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Who are the Eagles' 2024 opponents?

2024 Opponents
2024 Opponents

Are you ready for the 2024 season?

Here is a breakdown of opponents the Eagles will face next season:

• They will have nine home games and eight road games

• They will play the entire NFC East twice (Home and Away)

• They will play the entire NFC South

• They will play the entire AFC North

• They will play a second-place schedule, squaring off against the NFC North runner-up (Packers) and the NFC West runner-up (Rams)

• The 17th game will be against former Head Coach Doug Pederson and the Jacksonville Jaguars

• The exact dates and times for each game will be released later this offseason

Dallas Cowboys (Home and Away)

The Eagles and Cowboys have split their series in each of the last two seasons with the home team winning all four games. Philadelphia defeated Dallas at Lincoln Financial Field in Week 9 while Dallas returned the favor in Week 14 at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys won the NFC East on the final day of the regular season, but were eliminated in the NFC Wild Card Round by the Green Bay Packers.

New York Giants (Home and Away)

The Giants and Eagles squared off twice in the final three weeks of the 2023 season with the home team winning each game. Philadelphia came out on top on Christmas Day while New York got the better of the Eagles in the regular-season finale. The Giants finished the season 6-11 and missed the playoffs.

Washington Commanders (Home and Away)

The Eagles swept the season series with the Commanders in 2023. Both games were highly competitive with the Eagles winning 34-31 at home and 38-31 on the road. Washington finished the season 4-13 and currently holds the second overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

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Atlanta Falcons (Home)

The Eagles and Falcons will play for the first time since Week 1 of 2021 when DeVonta Smith caught his first career touchdown in his NFL debut, a 32-6 road win. Atlanta ended the 2023 season with a 7-10 record, but boasts a talented roster with young weapons on offense and a strong defense.

Baltimore Ravens (Away)

The Eagles and Ravens will play a regular-season game for just the seventh time in 2024. The Eagles last traveled to Baltimore in 2016. In 2023, the Ravens finished with a league-best 13-4 record, securing the AFC North Division title and top seed in the conference. Backed by MVP candidate quarterback Lamar Jackson, Baltimore will host the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 24.

Carolina Panthers (Home)

The Eagles and Panthers will square off at Lincoln Financial Field for the first time since 2018. The teams last met in 2021 with Philadelphia leaving Carolina with a 21-18 win. The Panthers finished the season 2-15 and at the bottom of the NFC South. Bryce Young, the first overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, will be under center for his second season in 2024.

Cincinnati Bengals (Away)

The last time these two teams played, the game ended in a 23-23 tie at Lincoln Financial Field, one of two ties in the all-time series. Despite losing their starting quarterback Joe Burrow in Week 11 to a season-ending wrist injury, Cincinnati won four of its last six games to finish above .500 (9-8). However, the Bengals finished at the bottom of an extremely strong AFC North Division and missed the playoffs.

Cleveland Browns (Home)

A common preseason opponent for the Eagles, the Browns will visit for a regular-season game for the first time since 2016. The teams last played in 2020 with the Browns prevailing. Cleveland tallied an impressive 11-6 record in 2023 while dealing with a slew of major injuries throughout the year. They were eliminated in the AFC Wild Card Round by the Houston Texans.

Green Bay Packers (Home)

The Eagles and Packers will play at Lincoln Financial Field for the second time in the last three seasons. Philadelphia defeated Green Bay 40-33 in 2022. With a win over the Chicago Bears in Week 18, the Packers snuck into the playoffs as the No. 7 seed in the NFC with a 9-8 record. After a win over the Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card Round, Green Bay narrowly fell to the San Francisco 49ers in the Divisional Round.

Jacksonville Jaguars (Home)

Dating back to 2010, the Eagles have won four straight games against the Jaguars. The teams last played at Lincoln Financial Field in 2022. The Jaguars lost five of their last six games to end the 2023 season, going from AFC South Division leaders to eliminated from playoff contention on the final day of the season.

Los Angeles Rams (Away)

For a second consecutive season, the Eagles will travel to Los Angeles to play the Rams. Philadelphia won the Week 5 meeting this past season, 23-14. The Rams won seven of their last eight games, finishing the season 10-7. Los Angeles lost by one to the Detroit Lions in the NFC Wild Card Round.

New Orleans Saints (Away)

The Eagles will travel to the home of Super Bowl LIX to play the Saints next season. Their last three meetings have been in Philadelphia with the 2018 NFC Divisional Round playoff game being the last time the teams played in the Big Easy. The Saints won four out of their last five games to end the season with a 9-8 record, ultimately missing the playoffs on the last day of the regular season.

Pittsburgh Steelers (Home)

2024 will see Pennsylvania's two NFL teams battle it out. The Eagles have not lost to their in-state rivals at home since 1965. They most recently defeated the Steelers in 2022, a 35-13 win. Pittsburgh finished its season third in the AFC North with a 10-7 record and was eliminated in the AFC Wild Card Round. Under Head Coach Mike Tomlin, the Steelers have recorded 17 straight non-losing seasons.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Away)

The Eagles and Bucs will see each other for the fifth time since the start of the 2021 season. The Bucs got the better of the Eagles in this year's NFC Wild Card Round but were eliminated a week later by the Detroit Lions. Tampa Bay won the NFC South with a 9-8 record, clinching its third straight division title in Week 18.

Stay tuned for the full schedule release later this offseason!

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