With the Eagles win on Sunday, getting them to 9-7, they clinched second-place in the NFC East, meaning many of their game for next season are set or at least in focus.

The full schedule with dates and times won’t be released for a few months, but Philadelphia’s home and away opponents for the 2022 regular season are just about set.

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In no particular order, Philadelphia will host Green Bay, Minnesota, Jacksonville, Tennessee, either Atlanta or New Orleans and the second-place team in the AFC North (Baltimore, Cleveland or Pittsburgh) along with its NFC East foes, Dallas, New York and Washington.

Its a tough home slate with Green Bay and Tennessee both two of the top teams in their respective conferences.  Minnesota and Jacksonville should have new coaches.

Philadelphia’s road games will be against Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis and the runner-up in the NFC West, either Arizona or Los Angeles, along with Dallas, New York and Washington.

These road games features three of the worst teams in the NFL in 2021, along with visiting Carson Wentz and a good NFC West team.

All but two of those opponents were already determined. NFL schedules consist of six divisional games, eight games against teams from two other divisions (in Philadelphia’s case, the NFC North and AFC South) and three more against teams that finished in the same place in their respective divisions.

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