The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2021 schedule features two primetime games, including one against the Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and another against their NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys.

Philadelphia opens the season on the road against the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sept. 12 and wraps the 17-game slate with a home finale at Lincoln Financial Field against the Cowboys.

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Among other notable games are a Week 4 hosting of the AFC champion Kansas City Chief, as they welcome back their former head coach Andy Reid. The team will visit Las Vegas for the first time, facing the Raiders in Week 7 and will play at MetLife Stadium in back-to-back weeks against the Giants in Week 12 and Jets in Week 13.

The Eagles’ final time in an airplane will happen in Week 10 when they travel to Denver, every game after that will be a bus ride or a home game. Philadelphia will have their bye in Week 14, and will close the season with four consecutive games against NFC East opponents, three of which will be at Lincoln Financial Field.

Preseason
Thursday, August 12 Pittsburgh Steelers 7:30 pm NBC10
Thursday, August 19 New England Patriots 7:30 pm NBC10
TBD* at New York Jets TBD TBD

Regular Season
Sunday, September 12  at Atlanta Falcons 1:00 pm FOX
Sunday, September 19 vs San Francisco 49ers 1:00 pm FOX
Monday, September 27 at Dallas Cowboys 8:15 pm ESPN^
Sunday, October 3 vs Kansas City Chiefs 1:00 pm CBS
Sunday, October 10 at Carolina Panthers 1:00 pm+ FOX
Thursday, October 14 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8:20 pm+ FOX/NFLN/Amazon^
Sunday, October 24 at Las Vegas Raiders 4:05 pm+ FOX
Sunday, October 31 at Detroit Lions 1:00 pm+ FOX
Sunday, November 7 vs Los Angeles Chargers 4:05 pm+ CBS
Sunday, November 14 at Denver Broncos 4:25 pm+ CBS
Sunday, November 21 vs New Orleans Saints 1:00 pm+ FOX
Sunday, November 28 at New York Giants 1:00 pm+ FOX
Sunday, December 5 at New York Jets 1:00 pm+ CBS
Sunday, December 12 BYE
Sat., Dec. 18 / Sun., Dec. 19* vs Washington Football Team TBD+ TBD
Sunday, December 26 vs New York Giants 1:00 pm+ FOX
Sunday, January 2 at Washington Football Team 1:00 pm+ FOX
Sunday, January 9 vs Dallas Cowboys 1:00 pm+ FOX

Postseason
Saturday, January 15 and Sunday, January 16 – AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs
Saturday, January 22 and Sunday, January 23 – AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs
Sunday, January 30 – AFC and NFC Championship Games
Sunday, February 13 – Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA (NBC)

All games will be broadcast live on 97.3 ESPN Radio

Schedule Notes

• With the new 17-game regular season, the Eagles will have nine road games and eight home games.

• The Eagles will not be a major primetime team in 2021 with just two primetime games, both in the first six weeks of the season.  It is worth noting, though, that the NFL can flex the Eagles into primetime games from Week 7 to the end of the year should they surprise.

• The Eagles face their NFC East foes twice, as well as all four teams in the AFC West and NFC South.

• When the schedule officially became a 17-game schedule, the Jets were added to the Eagles’ list of opponents as the last place team in the AFC East last season.

• Philadelphia will be the first team to face Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts. The No. 4 pick of the 2021 NFL Draft was the first non-quarterback taken in the draft.

• Looking at opposing quarterbacks, the Eagles will not have to face Drew Brees this season, after he retired. What Philadelphia will face, though, is Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Sam Darnold, Matt Ryan and the No. 2 overall pick, Zach Wilson.

• And after no fans in the stands for Philadelphia’s home games last year, there should be fans back in the stands in 2021.

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