The Philadelphia Eagles game with the Chicago Bears on Sunday, December 22 has been moved to Sunday night.

Running back Joique Bell #35 of the Detroit Lions attempts to get past cornerback Cary Williams #26 the Philadelphia Eagles during Sunday's snowy game at Lincoln Financial Field (Rich Schultz /Getty Images)

As one of the hottest teams in the league, the 8-5 Eagles lead the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East  while the Bears are tied with Detroit in the NFC North. With a win this coming Sunday against Minnesota and another over Chicago the Eagles could win the division.

"Obviously when your game gets flexed this late in the season it means you are having a good season." said Townsquare Media Sports Director Kevin Williams. "However, the  negative is that any young kids planning on going to the game will probably be left home."

The game will begin at 8:30 p.m. from Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field.They bump the originally scheduled New England Patriots-Baltimore Ravens.It will be the third time the Eagles have played in prime time this season; they opened on a Monday night and then met ex-coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday, September 19.

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