With the 2020 schedule officially out, the Philadelphia Eagles will arguably have an advantage over the Dallas Cowboys come September.
Just when it seemed like Philadelphia Eagles fans couldn’t get anymore excited over their rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys for next season, the 2020 schedule was officially released on Thursday to take the excitement to new levels.
Due to the results from last season, there’s no question that Dallas will have revenge on their minds heading into 2020 since they easily should have been able to win the NFC East over Philadelphia with all the injuries the Eagles dealt with on both sides of the football.
But thanks to numerous players stepping up down the stretch when the team needed it the most, Philadelphia was able to finish on top of the division for the second time in three years.
As for whether the Eagles have what it takes to make it three division titles in four seasons when the time comes down the road, time will tell for Philadelphia since Dallas has taken advantage of the offseason to improve in numerous areas.
However, just because the Cowboys found ways to improve at key positions such as wide receiver and cornerback doesn’t mean the Eagles don’t have what it takes to compete with their rivals for the division title in 2020 since they are loaded with plenty of talent to work with as well.
In fact, when comparing the two team’s schedule for the 2020 season, the argument can be made the Eagles may actually have an advantage over the Cowboys, and here are three reasons to back the claim up.