A Very Early Look at the Eagles’ Schedule for 2023

hough the NFL has yet to announce the dates of these games, we are aware of their opponents for the upcoming season.

Angeles Rams Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs New York Jets New England Patriots ranked 30th among the leaders, with the Cowboys, Commanders, and Giants tied for 32nd and 29th, respectively. Putting aside the silly jokes about the schedule, the Eagles impressed the League by winning 14-3 and making the Super Bowl.

If they win the division, they will face a more difficult schedule. instead of the Cardinals, Saints, Steelers, and Vikings, who finished second. They will face the Chiefs, 49ers, Buccaneers, and… the Vikings, who won the division.

The Eagles will have the strongest Strength of Schedule going into the 2023 season. They’ll confront a rival record of 161-123-4. The Cowboys 156-128-4 (T-3rd), Commanders 153-133-2 (8th), and Giants 157-129-2 (T-3) complete the top 10 with the division closely behind. primarily as a result of a portion of the NFC East finally enjoying a successful season. one in which three teams from the NFC East made the playoffs and finished with a combined record of 43-23-2.

The Eagles’ AFC opponents will also play a significant role in their challenging schedule.

At Arrowhead, a rematch of Super Bowl 57 will take place. Anticipate that the rematch should be early evening and probably an early season confrontation. The Eagles’ AFC challenge with the 14-3 Chiefs is just the beginning.

AFC East The Eagles will take on their AFC East rival. Another division with a lot of success, where two teams competed for the last wildcard spot in Week 18 a division that combined to finish the season 37-30, despite quarterback drama and injuries.

New Quarterbacks The start of a new season means signings made in free agency, trades, and rookie Quarterbacks. The Falcons aren’t losing numerous players on the offense. The Eagles’ Quarterbacks could decide the success or failure of the season, as the defense appears to be the most significant addition to the 2023 roster.

Giants: Extended Daniel Jones to a $160 million contract for four years. Use that however you want.

Commanders: Have already let go of Carson Wentz, and you can anticipate competition for quarterback during Training Camp and the Preseason. The Commanders might be interested in trading Lamar.) In all likelihood Three pointer Spear, however Kyle Shanahan won’t keep a solid QB.

Vikings: Kirk Cousins is coming back. It would be nice if the Eagles and Vikings could play in primetime once more. Kirk Cousins is currently 11-18, including 2-10 on MNF.

Cardinals: Now that Jonathan Gannon is in charge, it will be interesting to see Kyler Murray come back.

Dolphins: The state of Tua Tagovailoa’s health is a significant concern. However, Waddle and Tyreek continue to be a terrifying duo.

Bills: Josh Allen will continue to see himself as a contender for the MVP award. Despite how he performs all through the season.

Seahawks: Marked Geno Smith to a 3-year $105M bargain. Can Geno put up another season with over 4,000 yards?

Rams: If the Rams have Cooper Kupp in good health, Matthew Stafford can be a difficult opponent.

Buccaneers: In light of Tom Brady’s retirement, Kyle Trask has been offered a starting position. The Buccaneers might be in for a slow rebuild.

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