Previewing the 2014 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule Release

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The Philadelphia Eagles bid wide receiver DeSean Jackson farewell after a career year, but after a 10-6 season that saw Philly get back to the playoffs, few will suddenly doubt head coach Chip Kelly’s judgment. That same backing will likely stick with the Eagles into the new 2014 season, as they try to build on last year’s division title.

While the NFC East is fairly mediocre, the Iggles will still have their work cut out for them inside the division, while they’ll also have to welcome the Rams, Seahawks, Panthers, Jaguars and Titans to town. Jacksonville and Tennessee should be wins on paper, while Seattle and Carolina could be two of Philly’s tougher matchups of the entire season.

The Philadelphia Eagles schedule gets even tougher on the road, as they have to take on Arizona, San Francisco, Green Bay, Houston and Indianapolis. With all but Houston winning at least 10 games or getting to the playoffs last year, the Eagles have a tough road slate to prepare for.

All 2014 Opponents

Home: Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Washington Redskins, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans

Away: Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts

For a look at all team’s 2014 match-ups, click here.

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2 Responses to “Previewing the 2014 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule Release”

  1. The BEAST says:

    While I agree that the NFC East was mediocre in 2013, there might be a couple teams that step their game up in 2014. Have a look:

    http://eaglemaniacal.com/go-long/the-nfc-east/

  2. BJ Rassam says:

    It’ll be tough for the Eagles to do much better in 2014 than their 10-6 record during 2013.

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