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The Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles play on Sunday Night Football. Arizona has won seven straight and the Eagles have won two straight, but it has gotten them back into the conversation of the NFC East. Here are some game previews for the matchup.

Cardinals Hope Road Show Continues In Philly
Team can set franchise record with seven road wins, clinch NFC West against Eagles

Notecards: Cardinals at Eagles
Catch up on all the playoff scenarios and numbers to watch during Sunday night's game

Friday Five: Cardinals At Eagles
A glance at the top storylines for the Cardinals-Eagles game Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia:

Cardinals Blogs | Friday before the Eagles, and Fitz tackles

Larry Fitzgerald has made it clear he doesn’t necessarily like to block. But he likes to tackle.

Arizona Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Eagles scouting report, prediction

Kent Somers previews and predicts Sunday's game between the Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles.

Cardinals provide prime-time excitement

Not long ago, the Cardinals were about as popular in prime time as a test of the emergency broadcast system. This year, viewers don't want to touch their remotes.

Arizona Cardinals- ESPN

Where does the betting value lie in the Sunday night football game between the Eagles and Cardinals? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and prop bet advice.

Week 15 Six Points: Cardinals vs. Eagles | FOX Sports

The FOX Sports team breaks down the key points in the Week 15 Arizona Cardinals-Philadelphia Eagles matchup.

Eagles vs. Cardinals 2015: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, channel, odds and more - Bleeding Green Nation

Learn more about the Eagles-Cardinals game that is set to take place on Sunday night.

Game Preview: Cardinals Vs. Eagles

The Eagles and Cardinals stopped being divisional rivals in 2002, when the Cardinals joined the NFC South, but apparently no one has told the two teams. For the fifth-straight season, the Eagles and Cardinals go head-to-head in the battle of the birds.

Can Eagles Slow Down This MVP Candidate?

Palmer has proved many of the doubters wrong, posting a 107.2 passer rating through Week 14, which is the second highest among all quarterbacks. He’s thrown 31 touchdowns this season, one shy of his career best set in 2005, for 4,003 yards.