The Eagles Schedule is Out

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The Sixers are headed to halftime, so take a look at the Birds’ 2018 schedule:

Looks like December 16th in Los Angeles for the #1 seed in the NFC.

I don’t see many losses in there, do you? Minnesota at home? Jacksonville in London? Saints in NOLA? Couple tricky games for sure, but we’re talking about the defending Super Bowl champions here.

Some quick notes:

  • only one instance of back to back road games, on December 9th and December 16th
  • five prime time games
  • the bye week comes after the Jags game, so we’ve got two weeks to talk about how much Dallas sucks before playing the Cowboys at home (plus, week nine is a good spot to get that break, instead of having to burn that bye too early in the season)
  • the Eagles do not face any teams coming off their bye week.
  • the Thursday season opener allows the Birds 3 extra days to prepare for Tampa Bay
  • they will play the five other teams that made the NFC playoffs last year (Rams, Saints, Panthers, Falcons, Vikes)

Thoughts?

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11 Responses

  1. I kind of like that there’s so many conference games on the back half of the schedule where they might be meaningful.

    1. Bro, the Cuz lost 50 pounds. He looks pretty good now. Plus, he’s 10 inches. It doesn’t matter if he’s a little big. He still fucks crazy hot chicks all the time. AND… he shoot huge ropes. So….. he wins?

      1. But the Cuz is easily 50 pounds over weight. I get that he has a huge dick, but being that fat will most certainly hinder blood flow and make it almost impossible to keep a 10 incher hard. Also, being fat lowers T making it unlikely that he shoots big ropes.

  2. I love that Kyle made those Embiid Mask shirts, then Embiid wears a totally different mask. Classic Kyle.

  3. Second week in September that stadium will be packed with Birds fans. It’s a relatively easy trip with opening game being such a tough ticket this year with banner raising fans will rush down to Florida to see the team. The Bucs have been a disappointment and fans are probably souring on the team. Fans will be making other road trips but tickets will be more expensive in secondary market. Titans tickets won’t be bad but for Saints tickets expect to pay a premium. Will be hot and steamy in Tampa but Nashville in late September has great weather.

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