NFL schedule: Philadelphia Eagles 2022 opponent power rankings

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Expect a few of those stressful games the Philadelphia Eagles are known for.

Process of elimination may have given this away. The Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, and Green Bay Packers are the best teams the Philadelphia Eagles will face this season.

The upper tier of Eagles opponents

4. Dallas Cowboys

As much as we hate them and enjoyed watching their collapse in the playoffs last year, the Cowboys have some players. There’s no denying that.

This could be the year that the Eagles overtake Dallas, but until it happens, the facts are the facts. Philly and Jalen Hurts will have to solve the Cowboys riddle. Hurts is 0-2 versus Dallas as a starter, and the Birds have dropped six of the last nine games in this series.

3. Indianapolis Colts

Matt Ryan isn’t perfect, but he’s better than Carson Wentz. The Indianapolis Colts have shown us time and time again that they may simply be a quarterback away. They’re well coached and well run, and they could give the Tennessee Titans some issues in the race for the AFC South’s crown.

2.  Tennessee Titans

The Titans lost Rodger Saffold, Jayon Brown and Janoris Jenkins, but they’re talented enough to overcome that. Treylon Burks isn’t A.J. Brown, but he’s good enough.

What’s strange is, even during off years, the Titans have given the Eagles problems, winning five of the last six versus the midnight green. Expect Tennessee’s best shot versus Philadelphia. Fortunately, this game is at Lincoln Financial Field.

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1. Green Bay Packers

Okay, so, the Green Bay Packers lost Davante Adams and no one thinks the wide receiver corps as currently constructed can get it done. Aaron Rodgers is still on this team though.

We know what you’re thinking. He hasn’t gotten it done in the postseason, but let’s be frank. The Vikings have improved, but who doesn’t think Green Bay will win the NFC North again this season.

Yep! That’s what we thought!