Week 1: @ Redskins – Will RG3 be ready for this huge Monday night match-up?
Week 2: vs. Chargers – The Chargers are definitely on the decline, but I’ve always had a ton of respect for Philip Rivers.
Week 3: vs. Chiefs – Andy Reid is coming home, and the Eagles are playing on Thursday night.
Week 4: @ Broncos – Chip Kelly’s tempo could turn Denver’s thin air against the Broncos.
Week 5: @ Giants – Kenny Phillips, Cullen Jenkins, and Mike Patterson have all changed sides. Should be fun.
Week 6: @ Buccaneers – Will this year’s secondary be able to handle Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams?
Week 7: vs. Cowboys – While the Eagles and Redskins are unleashing innovative offenses, Jerry Jones and his antics seem to be stuck in time. I have a good feeling about this rivalry swinging back into the Eagles’ favor this season.
Week 8: @ Giants – What happened to the classic December clashes between the Eagles and Giants?
Week 9: @ Raiders – If the Eagles can’t beat the Raiders, Chip Kelly’s master plan has gone terribly awry.
Week 10: @ Packers – Can the Eagles match the Packers’ offensive explosiveness?
Week 11: vs. Redskins – The Eagles and Redskins are beginning to resemble each other. This one will come down to who wants it more.
Week 12: BYE WEEK – A very late bye week could be a blessing if the Eagles’ injuries are piling up by this point.
Week 13: vs. Cardinals – After suffering humiliating losses at the hands of the Cardinals in back-to-back years, it’s payback time.
Week 14: vs. Lions – Last year’s collapse against the Lions proved to be the beginning of the end. Hopefully the Eagles are still playing for something in this contest.
Week 15: @ Vikings – The LeSean McCoy/Adrian Peterson dual will be must-see TV.
Week 16: vs. Bears – I want to see the Eagles dominate up front and cause a Jay Cutler temper tantrum.
Week 17: @ Cowboys – I’m hoping for a repeat of the famous 44-6 trouncing.