The Philadelphia Eagles schedule should get fans excited about 2020.
It definitely won’t be a cakewalk. There aren’t many areas where you can look and say that “this game’s a gimme”, but for anyone looking at the Philadelphia Eagles‘ schedule, certain things just seem to jump out at you. Buckle up. This ought to make you smile.
Is it too much of a stretch to say that anything short of a second-consecutive division crown to cap 2020’s regular season is a colossal disappointment? It shouldn’t be. With the moves that this team has made and the way this organization has been run, Philly shouldn’t just be talking about division crowns. They ought to be talking about what they need to do to secure home-field advantage throughout the NFC Playoffs.
That should be the goal, and if there’s any small chance that it isn’t, this team may have taken a wrong turn right out of the gate in 2020.
It’s okay. At the time of this story being published, we’re turning the page from May to June. There’s the time between now and the kickoff of the 2020 regular season to make some last-minute adjustments before camp, but expectations are high and should be.
Here are three reasons a second-consecutive division crown should be attainable.