Philadelphia Eagles football is back! The Birds will kick off its season on Thursday, Sep 06th at Lincoln Financial Field. Like most Eagles games, fans looking for the Eagles vs. Falcons live stream feed will find it on NBC Sports at 8:20 PM (ET). You will find other Philadelphia Eagles live streamed games on FOX (3), CBS (2), and ESPN (1) during the season. NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Game Pass allow fans to watch all 16 games. Internet television fans in the United States will need to use a VPN for NFL Game Pass’ international NFL live stream service or combine two domestic services, like Sling TV and CBS’ All Access, to enjoy the complete season of Philadelphia Eagles live stream football games.
Philadelphia comes off their first Super Bowl Championship to face one of the toughest schedules in the league. Seven of last season’s playoff teams will line up against the Eagles and regardless of overall expectations, their six NFL East games are always unpredictable. Want to watch Philadelphia Eagles live online then Go – NFLgamepass Website.
The Eagles biggest question is whether Carson Wentz returns from his knee injury in time for the season opener. If he makes it, then 19 of the 22 regular starters will return from 2017.
If not, Nick Foles is still there to hold the fort. You never know what will happen in NFL football, but the Eagles might have a better chance to win back-to-back Super Bowls than any champion in recent memory- and that includes the team from New England.
This is how we see the Philadelphia Eagles ’ 2018 season unfolding, game-by-game:
Week 1: Falcons (0-0) at Eagles (0-0)
Atlanta returns to play the team that eliminated them in the divisional round of the 2017 playoffs. Expectations are high with a solid group of skill players and a year under the belt in their offensive coordinators’ system.
Philadelphia will raise their Super Bowl Champion banner before this season-opening Thursday night event. Emotion alone gives them the edge in what could be a preview of another 2018 playoff game. (Eagles 24-13)
Week 2: Eagles (1-0) at Buccaneers (0-1)
Tampa comes home from an emphatic loss to the defending NFC South champion Saints to face theSuper Bowl champion Eagles.
It’s a rough start for a talented Buccaneers team. Even with two of the missing 2017 Eagles (defensive lineman Vinny Curry and Beau Allen) lining up on their side, Tampa can’t slow the Eagles’ offensive machine. (Eagles 28-10)
Week 3: Colts (2-0) at Eagles (2-0)
With an offseason to study the Colts’ playbook, Jacoby Brissett is doing a better job of making people forget that Andrew Luck is still not on the field.
The Eagles’ defense points out that the Colts still don’t have an offensive line, either. Philadelphia’s rushers provide most of the offense in a rout. (Eagles 31-10)
Week 4: Eagles (3-0) at Titans (2-1)
Tennessee fans fully expect their team to return to the playoffs in January. Philadelphia reminds them how far the Titans have to go before they can start taking these things for granted.
Wentz shows no signs of limitations as he rolls right and left on the Colts defense. Philadelphia fans are openly the discussing the possibility of 16-0. (Eagles 27-7)
Week 5: Vikings (4-0) at Eagles (4-0)
It’s the Vikings’ turn to come back to where their season ended in 2017. The NFC Championship runner-up looks like the Eagles best challenger again behind new quarterback, Kirk Cousins.
But after four weeks of racking up points at will, it is the defenses who steal the show in Week 5. Cousins and Wentz get no help from their respective running attacks as they dodge a variety of defenders. In the end, the defending champions are still just a bit better. (Eagles 18-16)
Week 6: Eagles (5-0) at Giants (2-3)
Eli Manning has thrown for over 400 yards three times in the past two seasons. All three of those games came against the Eagles. In the middle of a brutal first-half schedule, New York already has two upset victories (Jacksonville and New Orleans) in front of their home crowd.
Coming off their toughest game of the season to face their divisional rival on the short rest of a Thursday Night game is a tall order, even for the Eagles. Both defenses look a step slower, but it’s the Eagles who come out on top in a classic NFC East battle. (Eagles 34-31)
Week 7: Panthers (5-0) at Eagles (6-0)
For the second time in three weeks, the Eagles host an undefeated 2017 playoff team. Carolina’s path has been much easier than the Eagles so far. They have already beaten the other three NFC East teams along the way.
Philadelphia is well-rested, and their defense is angry after giving up 31 points to the Giants in primetime. Wentz has a tough time against the Panthers’ defense, but the Eagles almost knock Cam Newton out of the game on the way to victory. (Eagles 20-16)
Week 8: Eagles (7-0) at Jaguars (4-3)
Philadelphia travels to London to take on the 2017 AFC Championship runners-up. Running back, Jay Ajayi returns to his native home for the second straight year. During a promotional appearance, he unwisely tells the world that Philadelphia will crush the Jaguars come Sunday.
Jacksonville hasn’t looked like the defensive powerhouse it was last year. But, after days of discussion regarding Ajayi’s intelligence, Philadelphia’s ability, and the Jaguars’ spirit, both teams come out looking less energetic than usual. The Jaguars pick up an important win in a rather lackluster affair. (Jaguars 24-13)
Week 9: The Eagles are on their bye.
Week 10: Cowboys (4-4) at Eagles (7-1)
Dallas comes into Philadelphia after evening their record with two straight wins. Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are playing well, and the Cowboy defense is gelling.
They are no match for a rested Eagles team in a primetime game. Carson Wentz lets his running game do most of the work in a Sunday night romp against the boys from Dallas. (Eagles 27-13)
Week 11: Eagles (8-1) at Saints (6-3)
New Orleans has a sense of urgency after losing two of three. They boast the best running game in the league and still have a top-ten passer in Drew Brees. But their defense is their secret weapon, holding teams to the fourth-lowest point total in the NFC.
Philadelphia comes out fast, but the running of Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara grinds the game to a shuffle. The Eagles don’t respond well. Wentz can’t seem to speed things up even as time runs out on Philadelphia. (Saints 27-21)
Week 12: Giants (5-5) at Eagles (8-2)
New York’s revamped team is coming together and arrive with a three-game winning streak. Saquon Barkley and Eli Manning have defenses guessing, while their own defense has come into their own.
Philadelphia fans expect their heroes to bounce back from the New Orleans game against their cross-river rivals. Wentz is a game. He comes out firing against the Giants secondary. But Eli Manning turns back the clock against Philadelphia again, leaving the Eagles’ defense, and their fans, gasping. (Giants 33-27)
Week 13: Redskins (3-8) at Eagles (8-3)
It’s hard to imagine needing a team meeting when your team is the defending champions and you have an 8-3 record. But with all three losses coming in the last three games, that is exactly what Jason Peters calls for.
Washington is little more than a sacrificial lamb as the Eagles explode on Monday Night Football. Alex Smith dreams about a warm seat on the Kansas City bench, while Wentz dreams about his first Super Bowl. (Eagles 35-7)
Week 14: Eagles (9-3) at Cowboys (5-7)
This is the fourth time in five weeks that the Cowboys face a playoff contender. They lost the previous three, including their first matchup against the Eagles.
Philadelphia doesn’t have the intensity of last week, but the outcome is never in doubt. The Eagles let Corey Clement handle the bulk of the running, just because. (Eagles 21-10)
Week 15: Eagles (10-3) at Rams (9-4)
Philadelphia crosses the country to face their third playoff team on a winning streak this season. It’s five in a row for Jared Goff and the Rams as they prepare to face the defending champions.
The Eagles use a heavy dose of the run to keep the ball from the Rams. Los Angeles returns the favor behind Todd Gurley. Both defenses adjust, but Philadelphia adjusts just a little better. Another streak dies at the hands of the Eagles. (Eagles 20-16)
Week 16: Texans (10-4) at Eagles (11-3)
Houston arrives in desperate need of a win as they try to recapture the AFC South lead. After rattling off a nine-game winning streak, the Texans lost to the Browns and Colts, before squeezing out a win against the Jets.
Philadelphia can clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win today. They talk a great game, but Wentz and his teammates seem surprised by the intensity of the Houston defense. The Eagles respond in kind chasing Deshaun Watson all over the field. Philadelphia knows how to win games like this. (Eagles 20-14)
Week 17: Eagles (12-3) at Redskins (4-11)
Carson Wentz doesn’t even make the trip to Washington as coach Doug Pederson rests most of his starters. Nick Foles throws only ten passes all day.
Washington looks like a team who wants to get their season over with. In front of their home fans, though, they do enough to pull out an uninspiring win. (Redskins 16-10)
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What happens next?
With almost three weeks since his last game, Wentz enters the playoff fray well-rested and strong. But is he rusty? We will see. Meanwhile, it is good to be a sports fan in Philadelphia right now.
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