Even after a disappointing loss, Philadelphia Eagles fans are excited for what lies ahead for their team this season. With a massive matchup against the Dallas Cowboys—‚among other high-profile teams—looming, Eagles fans have a case of football fever, and only Verizon has the cure.
One of the reasons for defeat in Atlanta was Cody Parkey’s continued poor field goal kicking. Parkey missed what would have been a go-ahead field goal in the fourth quarter Monday night. The kick, a simple 44-yard try, would have given the Eagles a one-point lead with tim winding down. Parkey missed some simple kicks in the preseason, causing one to think his job security is at an all-time low. Using Verizon FiOS’ high speed internet, if Parkey continues to struggle, and does get released, fans can find out almost instantly.
The Verizon FiOS internet would also be useful for tracking player injury status. As the Eagles prepare to face the Cowboys, wide receiver Dez Bryant is battling a foot injury. You can track his status, as well as that of other key opponents throughout the season, with Verizon’s fast internet service.
To really enjoy and take in Sunday’s action, fans should consider using Verizon FiOS. Tune into NFL Network for game day morning coverage, or CSN Philly for local insight into the Eagles. At kickoff, enjoy the game with FiOS‘ superior picture quality, making it feel like fans are actually at the Linc.
No matter how the Eagles do on the field, fans will be scoring a touchdown every time they use Verizon’s elite cable and internet services.
While this is a sponsored post by Verizon FiOS, all opinions are original.