For the third consecutive week, the Carolina Panthers will be able to reap the media benefits of playing against a team in the NFC East. But it isn’t just any team in the division that they’re playing: It’s the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, whose rise to prominence in one of the biggest markets in professional sports and telegenic young quarterback have made them media darlings. With the Panthers and Eagles meeting for the second year in a row, this time in Philadelphia, the Panthers’ game against the Eagles will be one of the most-anticipated of Week Seven’s early-afternoon window.
The Panthers’ Week Seven game against the Philadelphia Eagles will be broadcast on FOX (WJZY in the Charlotte area). Part of FOX’s early-afternoon window, the Panthers’ game will be seen by the majority of the country: In the eastern part of Pennsylvania, and then throughout the southeast, through the great plains, and all the way to the West Coast. Other games in FOX’s early-afternoon window include the Minnesota Vikings against the New York Jets, the Cleveland Browns against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Detroit Lions against the Miami Dolphins. A coverage map for the game has been provided by 506sports.com.
For the third-straight week, FOX’s commentary team will include play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert and color analyst Charles Davis, with Pam Oliver reporting from the sidelines. Meanwhile, the Panthers’ radio broadcast will once again be aired on WBT-AM 1110 AM in the Charlotte market, with Mick Mixon, Jim Szoke, Eugene Robinson, and Kevin Donn alley on the call. A Spanish language broadcast will also be aired on WGSP 102.3 FM, with Jaime Moreno and Luis Moreno Jr. on the call.
The Panthers have provided both a list of radio affiliates and a link to listen to the Panthers’ radio broadcast online via their official website. The Panthers’ radio broadcast will feature a full eight hours of coverage, with three hours of pre-game content and two hours of post-game.
Here is a complete recap of broadcast information for the Carolina Panthers’ Week Seven game against the Philadelphia Eagles, which kicks off at 1 PM EST.
With the Panthers coming off of a disappointing loss to the Washington Redskins, they now face a rather difficult situation heading to Philadelphia to face an Eagles team that has had a long week of rest and is feeling good about themselves after crushing the New York Giants to get back to .500. But the Eagles are not without their problems, as they have not looked nearly so indomitable as they did in 2017 and are dealing with injuries throughout their roster.