Sometimes when an underachieving team is struggling to please its demanding fans, the road can be the kindest place of all. The Eagles certainly hope that's the case Thursday night, when they escape the wrath of Philly's notoriously tough fans and try their luck in Seattle, where the fans are expected to be loud, if not exactly proud (like the Eagles, the Seahawks are a disappointing 4-7). The game can be seen live on NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET.
Published: Dec 01, 2011 at 09:42 AM
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College Football Playoff decreases number of spots reserved for conference champions from 6 to 5
The field for the 12-team College Football Playoff will comprise five conference champions and seven at-large selections after the university presidents who oversee the CFP voted unanimously Tuesday to tweak the format.