NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars v Philadelphia Eagles – Live TV Coverage on BBC, Sky Sports

HomeSports CoverageNFL: Jacksonville Jaguars v Philadelphia Eagles – Live TV Coverage on BBC, Sky Sports

The BBC and Sky Sports will broadcast the final 2018 NFL International Game from Wembley Stadium this afternoon as Jacksonville Jaguars host Philadelphia Eagles.

The Jaguars fell agonisingly short of reaching the Super Bowl last term, losing to New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game, but they avenged that defeat in week two of the current campaign, laying down a marker by beating Tom Brady’s side 31-20.

Philadelphia, meanwhile, won their first-ever Super Bowl in February despite losing outstanding quarterback Carson Wentz to injury toward the end of the campaign.

Wentz made his comeback in September, but will need to be at his best against a Jaguars side who led the NFL in sacks last term – earning the tag `Sacksonville’.

Sky’s coverage starts at 12.30pm on Sky Sports Action, while the BBC’s coverage gets underway at 1.00pm on BBC Two.

Sky Sports will also broadcast Ravens @ Panthers from 5pm and Green Bay @ Rams from 8.25pm on Sky Sports Action.

Posted on Sunday 28 October 2018
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