Eagles 2019 schedule release: Week by week
Sunday, Sept. 8 at 1 p.m.
The Eagles have won their last four against the Redskins, but lost the last five before then. Under Doug Pederson, the Eagles are 2-1 at home against Washington, which includes a 23-13 win last year and a 34-24 win in 2017.
Sunday, Sept. 15 at 8:20 p.m.
The Eagles have won their last three games against the Falcons, including last year’s 18-12 win in the season opener at the Linc and the 15-10 divisional round game against Atlanta on the road to Super Bowl LII. The last time the Eagles played in Atlanta was a 26-24 loss in 2015. This will be their first chance to play in the fancy new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Sunday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m.
The Eagles have lost their last two to the Lions. They lost, 24-23, in October 2016 and lost, 45-14, on Thanksgiving in Chip Kelly’s final season. Both losses were terrible in their own ways. The 2016 loss came when Ryan Mathews fumbled the ball with less than three minutes left and Matt Prater hit a game-winning field goal. That 2015 loss was one of the worst under Kelly and started to really signal the end for him and the Eagles.
Thursday, Sept. 26 at 8:20 p.m.
This will be the first matchup against the Packers since 2016 and their first regular-season game at Lambeau since 2014. Including the playoffs, the Eagles are 1-5 in their last six games against the Packers dating back to 2007. Before then, they were on a streak of five straight wins against the Pack.
Sunday, Oct. 6 at 1 p.m.
While the Eagles play the Jets every year to cap off their preseason, the two teams have played just 10 times ever in the regular season. The Eagles are 10-0 against the Jets. The last win against the Jets came in 2015, when they won 24-17. The Eagles have outscored the Jets 271-171 in the all-time series.
Sunday, Oct. 13 at 1 p.m.
This will be the Eagles’ first trip back to U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis since their win in Super Bowl LII, so plenty of guys on the roster will have fond memories there. The Eagles haven’t played the Vikings in Minnesota since 2013. Last year, Minnesota came to the Linc in October and beat the Eagles, 23-21, sort of (but not really) avenging the NFC Championship blowout from the previous January.
Sunday, Oct. 20 at 8:20 p.m.
Under Doug Pederson, the Eagles are 1-2 against the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, including that devastating 29-23 overtime loss last December. The lone win came in 2017, when they pummeled them, 37-9. Recently, the Eagles have actually had more success on the road than at home against the 'Boys. They are 6-3 in their last nine against the Cowboys in North Texas.
Sunday, Oct. 27 at 1 p.m.
The Eagles haven’t played the Bills since 2015 (a 23-20 win) and haven’t played in Buffalo since 2011 (a 31-24 loss). This doesn’t happen very often. Dating back to 2003, the Eagles are 3-1 against the Bills.
Sunday, Nov. 3 at 1 p.m.
A rematch of the wild-card game last January in Chicago. The double-doink from Cody Parkey gave the Eagles a 16-15 win and a ticket to New Orleans for the divisional round game against the Saints. The Bears will be looking for revenge. Including the playoffs, the Eagles have won their last four games against the Bears. They are 3-0 against the Bears in the Doug Pederson era.
The Eagles have a Week 10 bye week in the middle of a pretty tough stretch of teams.
Sunday, Nov. 17 at 4:25 p.m.
Sure, the Eagles played the Patriots last preseason, but this is the first meaningful game against the Patriots since Super Bowl LII. You might remember, the Eagles won that one, 41-33. The Eagles also beat the Pats in 2015, but before then had lost four straight to the Pats. They haven’t played the Patriots at home since 2011, a 38-20 loss for the Dream Team.
Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8:20 p.m.
The Eagles have historically struggled against Seattle and have lost their last four games to the Seahawks, twice under Doug Pederson (24-10 in 2017; 26-15 in 2016). But three of those four losses have been in Seattle, a historically tough place to play.
Sunday, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m.
The Eagles saw the Dolphins for a week of joint practices back in training camp in 2017, but haven’t seen them in a real game since 2015 (a 20-19 loss at the Linc). The Eagles last played in Miami in 2011, a 26-10 win for the Dream Team. They are 3-1 in their last four against the Dolphins.
Monday, Dec. 9 at 8:15 p.m.
With the all-time series tied at 86-86-2 (84-84-2 in the regular season), the Eagles have owned the Giants recently, winning nine of their last 10 contests against their division rival. The Eagles have beaten the Giants the last five times they’ve faced them and haven’t lost to the Giants at the Linc since 2013. They’ve won five straight at home against the G-men, but beat them by just three points in each of those last two home wins.
Sunday, Dec. 15 at 1 p.m.
The Eagles took care of business and pummeled the depleted Redskins, 24-0, in the regular-season finale in 2018. That was their second straight road win over Washington. They have outscored Washington 54-17 in those two games.
Sunday, Dec. 22 at 4:25 p.m.
The Eagles have really struggled against the Cowboys at the Linc in recent years. In the last 10 years, they are 2-8 against their biggest rival at home. That includes the 27-20 loss to the Cowboys last Nov. 11. The last win over the Cowboys was the finale of the 2016 regular season.
Sunday, Dec. 29 at 1 p.m.
The Eagles have beaten the Giants in nine of the last 10 matchups between these two teams. The last road loss to the Giants was a 28-23 decision in November of 2016. The Eagles are 9-2 in their last 11 games against the Giants at MetLife Stadium. That’s pretty dominant.