The NFL schedule has been released, and with more than two weeks until the NFL draft (why was it pushed back to May again?), there's really not a lot to do for fans other than analyze the schedule.
That is, unless you're not sick of mock drafts.
What I am not going to do is predict whether the Philadelphia Eagles will win or lose certain games. That's completely pointless. The season doesn't start for more than four months. We don't know who will even be playing quarterback for a number of the teams the Eagles are playing this year—including Houston, Jacksonville and Tennessee.
What we do know is which contests will be must-watch games, and that's going to be most of them. All six divisional matchups should be quality. The Eagles will also play Seattle, San Francisco, Green Bay, Carolina, Arizona and Indianapolis. All six of those teams either made the playoffs or won at least 10 games in 2013.
The following slides will highlight the top seven games for the Eagles in 2014.