It's become difficult to watch the Packers, who are ravaged by injuries, particularly in the secondary, and can't consistently protect Aaron Rodgers. Nor can they block for the running game.
So when they appear on "Monday Night Football" for a 24th straight season, second-longest streak behind Denver's 25-year run, a fifth successive loss is highly possible.
Philly is more pleasant to observe, particularly near its end zone. Philadelphia's red-zone defense is first in the NFL in scoring efficiency at 73.3 percent.
While Green Bay has lost four straight, the Eagles are 2-5 since a 3-0 start. Both teams need a win to avoid slipping further behind in the playoff race.
"We are still in the thick of things and have to stack up one win at a time and obviously fix the mistakes that we make," Philadelphia safety Malcolm Jenkins said.