No, they won’t lose a home game.
It’ll be Eagles vs. Jaguars in London next season, and Jacksonville will be the home team, as reported by Jeff McLane over at the Inquirer. The Birds will get eight games at Lincoln Financial Field.
Philadelphia was one of just six teams that had yet to play in England, so the NFL was looking at getting them across the pond, which NFL UK managing director Alistair Kirkwood told ESPN a few months back.
There will be four London games next year, including a Seahawks-Raiders matchup and Chargers-Titans tilt.
Jacksonville has played five London games in a row, going 3-2 in that span. They’ve won their last three overseas. Owner Shad Khan has a London connection as owner of Fulham F.C.
McLane says the game will be played at Wembley Stadium, while two of other NFL games will take place in Tottenham’s new arena, which is being built right now.