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Cowboys-Eagles Moved From Noon To 3:15 PM



    Due to a devastating a snowstorm in the Northeast, the NFL was forced to move the Eagles-Vikings game from Sunday night to Tuesday, and it has since been announced that next Sunday’s match-up between the Cowboys and Eagles has, for reasons unrelated to snow, been moved from noon to three o’clock PM.

    The change is one of a few across the league.

    Chicago at Green Bay, Jacksonville at Houston, Tennessee at Indianapolis, and New York at Washington were all moved to 4:15 PM eastern time. St. Louis-Seattle will be played on Sunday night.

    The changes are a manifestation of the NFL’s flex scheduling policy, which allows the league to move Sunday games, so as to ensure that the so-called “double-header” features games with playoff implications.

    With the Giants’ loss to the Packers on Sunday, Philadelphia clinched the NFC East. With wins against Minnesota and Dallas, Philly will earn a first round bye.

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