Eagles Schedule Released

Here’s what we’ve all been waiting for:

Week 1 -@ PanthersBetter make sure the run defense is ready.

Week 2 -SAINTSBet the over.

Week 3 -CHIEFSDefense vs Matt Cassel. Who ya got?

Week 4 -BYE – Too early?

Week 5 -BUCSLeftwich? McCown? Sanchez? Does it matter?

Week 6 -@ RaidersWest Coast trips are always crazy.

Week 7 -@ Redskins (MNF) – Finally, an NFC east opponent.

Week 8 -GIANTSUh oh, I smell a trend.

Week 9 -COWBOYS (Sunday Night) - Three straight division matchups. Better win two of three.

Week 10 -@ ChargersA second trip to the left coast!

Week 11 -@ Bears (Sunday Night) – Deja vu all over again.

Week 12 – REDSKINS – Will they finally beat the ‘Skins at home?

Week 13 -@ FalconsMatt Ryan part deux.

Week 14 -@ Giants (Sunday Night) – More deja vu.

Week 15 -49ERS - Do we play these guys every year?


Week 17 -@ Cowboys – Every season should end versus the ‘Boys.

There you have it. Four prime time games, only one at home. A favorable start includes three home games and a bye week in the first five weeks. Interesting. Toughest stretch: Week 7 to Week 14 is BRUTAL!! How about four road games in five weeks, including a West Coast trip to San Diego. Ugh! Great to see another season closer in Dallas. It doesn’t look easy, but then again, it never does.

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  • Jim

    I agree, that stretch from Week 7 to 14 is going to be insane. Starting the season in Carolina is also going to be pretty tough and if we can take that one, I see no reason why we can’t go 5-0 heading into the first division game. After that we can only hope for some momentum heading into the gauntlet for the next 8 weeks.

  • http://www.insidetheiggles.com Scott Tunstall

    They can not afford another slow start. 0-2 is a distinct possibility. 4-1 at the worst or they will be in trouble come December. You have to account for two clunkers from any Reid-coached team. I could see a loss week 5 or 6.

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