The Eagles Schedule is out. It starts with them traveling to New England to face the Patriots, and it ends yet again with a game vs the Giants. After multiple days of navigating “leaks” we no longer have to guess which piece of info is real or not, we just know. You can even go to the Eagles themselves to see what their schedule will look like. They put it out themselves, with help from all the team dogs, and a little assist from one Phillies dog.
But now we go from guessing what the the schedule will look like, to endlessly breaking down each game. In the next few days, there will be a many an Eagles fan and media members going game by game to break downs wins and losses. Even if it annoys certain people at this station.
That is not what we are here to do today though. Instead, I want to look at the nature of the schedule itself. Do the Eagles have any schedule advantages? Disadvantages. How often are the Eagles playing in prime time? Is it really as tough of a schedule as people say it is? I went through some of the nitty gritty details of the Eagles’ Schedule, to come away with some interesting takeaways.