2022 Eagles schedule: List of opponents set

2022 #Philadelphia #Eagles schedule: #Wentz and the #Colts, #Titans #Cardinals headline list of opponents

The Eagles are about to start preparation for a playoff matchup against the Buccaneers, but it’s never too early to start looking forward to 2022.

Philadelphia is a 2021 playoff team and they’ll finish in second-place within the NFC East, earning Nick Sirianni’s team a second-place schedule. Such a scenario would have Philadelphia facing their normal division foes twice (Dallas, Washington, New York), while also facing all four teams in the NFC North.

That’s not the most exciting aspect of the schedule and a trip to Indianapolis looms as one of the largest matchups on next season’s schedule.

AFC North, Indianapolis Colts highlight the Eagles’ 2022 opponents

#AFCNorth and a matchup with Carson #Wentz and the Indianapolis #Colts highlight the Philadelphia #Eagles’ 2022 NFL opponents

The Eagles are just a few days away from playing their season finale at home against the Dallas Cowboys, but it’s never too early to start looking forward to 2022.

Philadelphia is a 2021 playoff team and they’ll finish in second-place within the NFC East, earning Nick Sirianni’s team a second-place schedule. Such a scenario would have Philadelphia facing their normal division foes twice (Dallas, Washington, New York), while also facing all four teams in the NFC North.

That’s not the most exciting aspect of the schedule and a trip to Indianapolis looms as one of the largest matchups on next season’s schedule.

Eagles players-fans react to game vs. Washington being rescheduled and not forfeited

#Eagles players-fans took to #Twitter to react to Sunday’s #NFCEast matchup vs. #WashingtonFootball being rescheduled for Tuesday night and not forfeited

The Eagles are one of the teams being impacted by a COVID-19 outbreak and their Week 15 matchup against Washington is slated to be moved to Tuesday evening.

Fans and players alike aren’t happy about the postponement and Twitter reactions are always among the best.

Eagles announce official start time for Week 15 matchup against Washington

Philadelphia #Eagles Week 15 matchup against #Washington will be played on Sunday, Dec. 19 at 1 PM

When the 2021 NFL schedule was announced, the league put in place a flex scheduling format that would make every primetime matchup in the second half of the season meaningful.

Flexible scheduling will be used in Weeks 11-18. Additionally, in Weeks 5-10, flexible scheduling may be used in no more than two weeks. In Weeks 5-17, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time.

For Week 18, two Saturday games and the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to January 9. The schedule does not list Saturday games or a Sunday night game in Week 18, but games with playoff implications will be moved to those time slots. Flexible scheduling ensures quality matchups in all Sunday time slots in those weeks and gives “surprise” teams a chance to play their way into prime time.

On Tuesday, the Eagles announced that the Week 15 home matchup against Washington will be played on Sunday, December 19, at 1:00 P.M.

As the Eagles continue on towards the final weeks of the season, they could be in a position to have a matchup flexed to primetime, especially Week 18 at home against Dallas.

If Philadelphia isn’t flexed, they’ll have all 1:00 P.M. games from Week 12 on through Week 18.

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Eagles schedule projection: How many wins in Philadelphia’s final 7 games?

Predicting Philadelphia #Eagles’ remaining 2021 schedule: before the season we projected 10 wins for #FlyEaglesFly, now with 8 weeks remaining and 7 games, how many wins will they have?

The Eagles are 4-6 on the season after a dominant win at Empower Field over the AFC West, Denver Broncos.

Philadelphia’s record is a game below what we predicted prior to the season kickoff, but Nick Sirianni and his coaching staff have kept the players engaged and working hard as they work to find an identity.

Zach Ertz has been traded, Miles Sanders is back and Brandon Brooks should be returning any day now

With the Eagles set for an 8-week stretch that includes 4 straight division games to close out the season, we’re forecasting the next 7 games for the Birds.

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Eagles have the 2nd most manageable remaining schedule in the NFL

Philadelphia Eagles have the 2nd most manageable remaining schedule in the NFL

The Eagles are supposed to be in the midst of a short-term rebuild, but the organization is dealing with the conundrum of still having elite talent at important positions.

Philadelphia plays in the NFC East and along with the NFL adding a 7th playoff team for both conferences, you now have the perfect recipe for another postseason appearance.

Mike Clay recently broke down the schedule strengths for all 32 NFL teams, and Philadelphia sits behind only Buffalo in having one of the league’s more manageable schedules.

The Eagles only face 4 teams with winning records going forward.

Let’s breakdown the 11 remaining contests:

Week 7 Rooting Guide: Who Eagles fans need to cheer for as playoff picture starts to develop

Week 7 Rooting Guide: Who Philadelphia Eagles fans need to cheer for as playoff picture starts to develop

The Eagles are on the road in Week 7, as they’ll face the Las Vegas Raiders on the road in a crucial matchup for both teams.

The Eagles are almost to the halfway point of the season and as the NFC playoff picture starts to develop, fans should start to root for certain teams in key matchups, and here’s a look at a few big names to keep an eye on via NFL.com.

Philadelphia currently sits 13th in the NFC playoff picture with one of the NFL’s easiest remaining schedules.

Forecasting the Eagles remaining schedule after 6 game gauntlet to start 2021 season

Forecasting the Philadelphia Eagles remaining schedule after 6 game gauntlet to start 2021 season

The Eagles are 2-4 on the season after a hard-fought loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field.

Philadelphia’s 2-4 record is a game below what we predicted prior to the season kickoff, but Nick Sirianni and his coaching staff were able to keep the players engaged during a stout six-game stretch to open the season.

Zach Ertz has been traded, while Lane Johnson, Brandon Graham, Brandon Brooks, Isaac Seumalo and K’Von Wallace have all missed or will miss an extended period of time.

With the Eagles now set to begin a more manageable portion of their schedule, including division games to close out the season, we’re forecasting the next 11 games for the Birds.

Any game with a score in bold means we are still confident in that outcome.

Wentz Watch: How many snaps did Colts QB play in Week 5 loss to Ravens

Wentz Watch: How many snaps did Colts QB play in Week 5 loss at Baltimore and how does Miami falling to 1-4 impact Philadelphia as we look towards the 2022 #NFLDraft

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Week 5 of the NFL season offered another opportunity to track former Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and the Miami Dolphins as Philadelphia looks to snag three high first-round picks this spring.

When the Eagles traded Wentz in the offseason, the team received a conditional second-round rounder in 2022 that would become a first-round pick if the quarterback takes 75% of the Colts’ regular-season offensive snaps or 70% if they make the playoffs.

We’re tracking the quarterback snaps as Philadelphia marches towards a third first-round pick.

Predicting wins and losses for the Philadelphia Eagles 2021 schedule

Philadelphia Eagles: Game-by-game predictions for the 2021 regular season

The Eagles schedule has been out for months and after weeks of roster cutting and training camp practice, we’re now ready to predict the Birds 2021 season. and we’re predicting the Birds season in a way too

With Philadelphia set to go on a first-ever 17-game gauntlet, here’s our game-by-game predictions for Nick Sirianni and the Eagles.