Eagles Announce 2011 Regular Season Schedule

And, boom, here it is:

Week 1 Sunday, September 11 @ St. Louis Rams 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 2 Sunday, September 18 @ Atlanta Falcons 8:20 p.m. NBC

Week 3 Sunday, September 25 vs. New York Giants 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 4 Sunday, October 2 vs. San Francisco 49ers 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 5 Sunday, October 9 @ Buffalo Bills 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 6 Sunday, October 16 @ Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 7 BYE

Week 8 Sunday, October 30 vs. Dallas Cowboys 8:20 p.m. NBC

Week 9 Monday, November 7 vs. Chicago Bears 8:30 p.m. ESPN

Week 10 Sunday, November 13 vs. Arizona Cardinals 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 11 Sunday, November 20 @ New York Giants 8:20 p.m. NBC

Week 12 Sunday, November 27 vs. New England Patriots 4:15 p.m. CBS

Week 13 Thursday, December 1 @ Seattle Seahawks 8:20 p.m. NFLN

Week 14 Sunday, December 11 @ Miami Dolphins 1:00 p.m. FOX

Week 15 Sunday, December 18 vs. New York Jets 4:15 p.m. CBS

Week 16 Saturday, December 24 @ Dallas Cowboys 4:15 p.m. FOX

Week 17 Sunday, January 1 vs. Washington Redskins 1:00 p.m. FOX

Contrary to reports yesterday, the Eagles will NOT play Bills in Toronto…. so much for the Buffalo radio station that had reported it. However, the Eagles will play at the Linc on January 1st… which means, no Winter Classic. At least not at the football stadium…

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12 Responses

  1. No Winter Classic at the Linc. However, there’s still a football stadium available in State College…

  2. OMG. They’re opening the season against one of most difficult UniDiction teams ever. The St. Louis Rams. Blue over Gold, Blue over White, Blue over Blue, Throwbacks! GAH! And if they choose to wear White at home?! THIS IS THE SINGLE WORST NFL NEWS I’VE HEARD ALL YEAR.
    Just look at all the options:
    Blue/Gold: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/_R5psDxCZPmg/TSKOq_LjudI/AAAAAAAACgQ/kSHTexjhubc/s640/blue_gold_6.jpg
    How can someone accurately predict the score when he can’t even accurately predict what they’re going to wear?! Special Note: I have a system for predicting the Rams uniform schedule, don’t worry.

  3. FYI: The NHL had already decided that the Winter Classic next season would not be on January 1 since that date falls on a Sunday. That would mean the NHL would go against the NFL and they didn’t want that.
    The Winter Classic will be on New Years Eve next season so there is still a chance for the game to be in Philly.
    GO FLYERS!!!

  4. Dan Fuller- YOUR CB uniform expert
    Interesting, Amy… That I did not know. Still seems like a quick turnaround to go from hockey to football… but we’ll see

  5. @Kyle I was hoping more for of the “YOUR New York Mets” tone, but I guess positivity is OK, too.
    That seems like a crazy fast turn-around time.
    In 24-7, it looked like they needed to start the prep and setup 3-4 days before. They were fighting with weather this year, but even regardless of that, it looked very labor intensive because it was all custom, not like how they convert the Wells Fargo Center from basketball to hockey in hours because they have all the right equipment (and lots of experience doing it).

  6. I read that in February I think and a few of us were having a conversation on Facebook yesterday about it. I would love it at CBP but I think they really like the footbal stadium/night game idea now.
    Then again it’s Bettman so it will probably be the Pens-Caps again. Douche.

  7. Beaver Stadium. Flyer/Pens. Orange/Black east stands, Gold/Black/Gay Crosby jerseys west stands. Would be epic.

  8. 1978 – Nuclear Regulatory Agency turned down the sale of 7.6 tons of uranium to India; President Carter overrode the decision one week later.
    1978 – First-ever mix-up in awarding the Pulitizer Prize to the wrong person.
    1979 – “The China Syndrome,” a nuclear disaster movie, opened in NYC (Mercury was SRX) twelve days before the Three Mile Island nuclear accident (also during Mercury RX).
    1979 – Camp David Peace accord ending 30 years of war between Israel and Egypt signed by Sadat and Begin.
    1985 – Pentagon barred GE from obtaining new contracts pending outcome of fraud chages; first such action taken against a major defense contractor (ban lifted 3 weeks later.)
    1985 – EPA ordered sewage dumping by NYC moved farther out to sea because the present site 12 miles offshore was contaminating beaches in NJ and Long Island and endangering fish and shellfish.
    1985 – Japan notified US it would end all commercial whaling by March 1988.
    1985 – Dioxin-contaminated city of Times Beach, MO closed down, voted out of existence.
    1985 – USSR indicated willingness to suspend testing nuclear weapons (SD).
    1986 – Australian scientists announced contraceptive bullet to reduce kangaroo population (SRX).
    1986 – US Supreme Court approved police deceit to prevent attorneys from seeing clients.
    1986 – Soviet leader Gorbachev announced indefinite continuation of nuclear test moratorium.
    1991 – Iraq agreed to cease-fire ending the Persian Gulf war; 2 million Kurds fled to Iran and Turkey (SRX).
    1991 – Georgia declared independence from USSR.
    1991 – Worst maritime disasters in Italy’s history; over a million barrels of oil spilled.
    1991 – Norway called off its annual whale hunt for first time since the 16th century.
    1991 – 7.4 earthquake hit Costa Rica.
    1991 – 70 tornados in TX, OK, AR, KS, MO, NE, IA killed 23, tens of millions in damage (SD).
    1992 – White South African voters approved referendum to end white minority rule (SRX).

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