The Eagles have been given the toughest schedule in the NFL this season, comprising high-profile games on the Midnight Green against successful players. The league’s strongest schedule includes 17 games based on last year’s standings, with a winning percentage of .566. Building the schedule for the NFL is a unique process that is becoming more complicated due to increasing parity and variance, with several strong teams vying for the Super Bowl each year.
Philadelphia will confront three other NFC division No.1 teams, the Bills, and the Chiefs, after winning the NFC East. With training camp approaching, 18 former Eagles are facing Philadelphia’s opponents. These include Jordan Hicks, Zach Erst, Duke Riley, Jalen Mills, Ryan Bates, Jordan Poyer, Casey Twohill, Jeremy Reeves, Corey Clement, Prince Tega Wanogo, Will Parks, Nathan Jerry, Javon Hargrave, Kyzyl White, Zach Pascal, Raheem Mostert, River Kracraft, and Jalen Reagor.