- Karla Uriarte
Eagles' Schedule has been released
The 2023 schedule for the Philadelphia Eagles has been released.
Philadelphia’s schedule includes tough matchups against several playoff-caliber teams, including the defending Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, who reached the NFC Championship Game last season. They are considered to have the most difficult strength of schedule in the league, with a win percentage of .566 based on the previous year's standings. Here is a breakdown of the Eagles' season games: The preseason games are set to start on August 11 with the Eagles playing against the Baltimore Ravens followed by the Cleveland Browns on August 17 and the Indianapolis Colts on August 24. The regular season will kick off on September 10 on the road with a game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. This marks the fourth consecutive year that the team has opened the season with an away game. With the AFC East welcoming new members on each team, Philiadelphia will find themselves going head to head with some new greats on the New York Jets in Week 6, a talented group, Miami Dolphins in Week 7 on Sunday Night Football and another playoff contender the Buffalo Bills in Week 12. Notable games include a rematch of Super Bowl LVII against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11 on Monday Night Football, and a competitive matchup against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 13. The Eagles will face their division rival twice, the Dallas Cowboys, in Week 9 and Week 14 on Sunday Night Football, which marks their 14th primetime matchup since 2007. All games will be broadcast live on 94.1 WIP. The Eagles have five scheduled primetime games for the second year in a row and have appeared in the second-most primetime games in the NFL dating back to 2000. The first being against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2 on September 14. In Week 16, the Eagles will play against the New York Giants at Lincoln Financial Field on Christmas day, which is their first Christmas game since playing the Raiders at home in 2017. The Eagles will also play another divisional rival, the Washington Commanders, twice in the regular season. Their bye week will be on November 12. Philadelphia will finish off their regular season with the Arizona Cardinals coming to Lincoln Financial Field and then heading up to play the New York Giants in a game that’s yet tbd. The postseason will begin on January 13 and 14 with the AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs, followed by the AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs on January 20 and 21, and the AFC and NFC Championship Games on January 28. The Super Bowl LVIII will be held on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV and will be broadcasted by CBS.