Eagles 2020 schedule release: Week by week
Sunday, Sept. 13 at 1 p.m., FedEx Field
The Eagles take a six-game winning streak against the Redskins into 2020, winning those six games by an average of 13 points. This will be the fourth time in the last eight years the Eagles and Redskins have met in a season opener. The Eagles won the other three – at FedEx in 2013 and 2017 and at the Linc last year. Overall, the Eagles have won four straight openers against the Redskins and haven’t lost on opening day to Washington since 1987. The Eagles will be shooting for their fourth straight win at FedEx Field, where they’re 14-9 after going 12-22-2 at RFK Stadium.
Sunday, Sept. 20 at 1 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
The Eagles have had the Rams’ number recently, winning six straight and 15 of 20 meetings sine 1983. The Eagles beat the Rams in L.A. in 2017 and 2018 and they won the last meeting in Philly, Chip Kelly out-coaching Jeff Fisher at the Linc in 2014, despite 375 passing yards from Rams QB Austin Davis. The Rams’ last win in the series was a meaningless game in St. Louis at the end of the 2004 season. The Rams’ last win in Philadelphia was an overtime game at the Vet on opening day in 2001. Overall, the Eagles are 22-19-1 vs. the Rams and 15-8 at home.
Sunday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
The Eagles have won only three of 13 all-time meetings against the Bengals, most recently at the Vet in 2000 when Donovan McNabb’s 39-yard TD pass to Charles Johnson gave the Eagles their only touchdown in a 16-7 win. The last meeting was the Bengals’ 32-14 win in Cincinnati in 2016 in the Paul Turner Game. Last time they played in Philly, the Bengals won 34-13 in Nick Foles’ fifth career start.
Sunday, Oct. 4 at 8:20 p.m., Levi’s Stadium
The Eagles have won six of their last eight vs. the 49ers, including a 33-10 win at the Linc in 2017. In the only previous meeting at Levi’s, the 49ers won 26-21 in 2014. The Eagles’ last win in San Francisco was 27-24 at Candlestick in 2010 with Kevin Kolb at quarterback and Trevard Lindley and Dimitri Patterson picking off Alex Smith. This will be the fifth Eagles-49ers prime-time game, the first since that game in 2010.
Sunday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m., Heinz Field
The Eagles will try to win at Pittsburgh for the first time since the wild overtime game at Three Rivers in 2000, when they scored on three straight possessions without the Steelers ever having a possession. The Eagles are 0-2 at Heinz Field, losing in 2004 and 2012. The most recent meeting was a 34-3 Eagles win at the Linc in 2016, when Wendell Smallwood ran for 79 yards and a TD, Carson Wentz threw for 300 yards and two TDs in his third NFL start and Darren Sproles had 128 receiving yards.
Sunday, Oct. 18 at 1 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
This will be only the sixth meeting ever between the Eagles and Ravens and the third in Philly. The Eagles are 2-2-1 all-time vs. the Ravens, 2-0 at home and 1-2 against long-time Eagles assistant coach John Harbaugh. The Ravens won the last meeting, 27-26, in Baltimore in 2016, despite 128 rushing yards by Ryan Mathews. The Eagles won 24-23 the last time they met at the Linc, back in 2012, with Brent Celek recording a career-high 157 receiving yards.
Thursday, Oct. 22 at 8:20 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
The Eagles have won six straight home games against the Giants, their longest streak ever. They haven’t lost a home game to the Giants since 2013, when Matt Barkley replaced an injured Michael Vick. The Giants have scored only nine offensive touchdowns in their last seven games at the Linc. The Eagles have won seven straight against the Giants overall and they’ve won nine straight prime-time games against the Giants, their last such loss coming in 2008. They’ve won five straight Thursday night games since a loss to the Chiefs in 2013.
Sunday, Nov. 1 at 8:20 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
This will be the 13th time in the last 14 years an Eagles-Cowboys game has been played in prime-time. The lone exception was 2014, when they played a national TV game on Thanksgiving. The Eagles have had a tough time lately at home against the Cowboys, winning just three of the last 11 meetings at the Linc, although they did win last year’s critical game, 17-9. The Eagles haven’t won two straight home games against the Cowboys since 2003 and 2004, the first two years the Linc was open. The Eagles have lost four of the last five overall against Dallas.
Week 9: Bye
The Eagles get a bye during the midpoint of the season.
Sunday, Nov. 15 at 1 p.m., MetLife Stadium
The Eagles have owned the Giants in East Rutherford, winning 11 of the last 13 meetings, including last year’s playoff-clinching Week 17 game. They’ve scored at least 34 points in six of the last seven games at MetLife, where they’re 8-2 overall. The Eagles are 40-48-1 all-time against the Giants on the road, including games in New York and North Jersey.
Sunday, Nov. 22 at 1 p.m., FirstEnergy Stadium
The Eagles head to Cleveland for the first time since the 2012 opener, when the Eagles won 17-16 in the only NFL game over the last 30 years where both starting QBs threw four interceptions (Michael Vick and Brandon Weeden). The Eagles have won five straight against the Browns dating back to 1994, when the franchise that’s now the Ravens won 26-6, with Mark Rypien beating the team he would join two years later. The Eagles are 3-0 since FirstEnergy Stadium opened as Cleveland Browns Stadium in 1999.
Monday, Nov. 30 at 8:15 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
The Eagles’ longest current losing streak is their six-game skid against the Seahawks, including last year’s playoff loss at the Linc. The Eagles’ last win over the Seahawks was 26-7 in Seattle in 2008. They’ve lost six straight at home against Seattle since a 31-7 win at the Vet in the 1989 opener on Randall Cunningham TD passes to Cris Carter and Mike Quick. The Eagles are 0-5 vs. the Seahawks at the Linc, losing those games by an average of 17 points. The Eagles are 0-3 in prime-time vs. the Seahawks, losing by an average of 24 points.
Sunday, Dec. 6 at 4:25 p.m., Lambeau Field
Back to Lambeau for the fourth time in eight years, with the Eagles winning in 2013 and last year and the Packers in 2014. The Eagles were 2-17 in their first 19 meetings with the Packers, through 1970, but they’re 15-11 since. The Eagles are 6-9 all-time at Lambeau and 6-17 all-time on the road vs. the Packers, including games at Milwaukee County Stadium, Marquette Stadium and Wisconsin State Fair Park.
Sunday, Dec. 13 at 4:25 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
The Saints have won seven of the last nine against the Eagles, most recently the playoff heartbreaker in 2018 in Nick Foles’ final game in an Eagles uniform. The Eagles’ last win over the Saints came in 2015 at the Linc, Sam Bradford outdueling Drew Brees and Josh Huff recording a career-high 78 receiving yards and a TD. The Eagles are 9-4 at home against the Saints, whose last win in Philly was in the 2013 playoffs.
Sunday, Dec. 20 at 4:05 p.m., State Farm Stadium
The Eagles make their way out to Glendale for the first time since 2014, when Carson Palmer’s last-minute 75-yard bomb to John Brown handed the Eagles a heartbreaking loss. The Eagles are 2-5 in their last seven against the Cards, 27-31-2 on the road and 0-3 at what is now called State Farm Stadium. The last meeting was at the Linc in 2017, a 34-7 Eagles win behind four Carson Wentz TD passes. The Eagles’ last win in Arizona was back in 2001, the last year the Cards were in the NFC East, on two Donovan McNabb TD passes to James Thrash.
Sunday, Dec. 27 at 4:25 p.m., AT&T Stadium
The Eagles are 1-3 under Doug Pederson in Dallas, with two of the losses coming in overtime. The Eagles are 6-6 all-time at A&T but just 24-39 all-time in Dallas. The Eagles’ last win in Dallas came in 2017, when Jay Ajayi, LeGarrette Blount and Corey Clement combined for 198 rushing yards and the Eagles picked off Dak Prescott three times.
Sunday, Jan. 3 at 1 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field
The Eagles are 10-7 against the Redskins at the Linc and 19-10 in their last 29 home games against Washington. This will be the eighth time the Eagles have closed their regular season against the Redskins. They shut out the Skins on the final day of the 2018 season. This is the first time in 58 years the Eagles close the regular season with the same opponent they opened it against. In 1962, the Eagles opened against the Cards at Franklin Field and finished in St. Louis at Busch Stadium vs. the Cards.