The Eagles will come in as favorites in the NFC East and will have to go through a long, tough schedule, but with the right pieces in place, this could be a Super Bowl contending team.
Michael Vick is the main attraction and amazes everyone with athletic and playmaking ability. Vick is one of the key reasons the Eagles will have five primetime games.
Vick will certainly get a mixed review from the Atlanta crowd.
The Eagles will face a tough road challenge with arguably the best home team in the league.
Matt Ryan is most comfortable at home and this game will prove to be one of the best of the entire season.
The Eagles will host the Cowboys in what will prove to be a key NFC East battle.
The Cowboys will be much improved, especially with Tony Romo at the helm.
The Eagles split the series last season with the Cowboys.
Vick will finally face Romo for the first time in his Philadelphia career. The Eagles will have to play great defense to stop the 'Boys aerial attack.
This game is after the Eagles bye week, and we know how successful the Eagles are following the bye week under Reid.
At least this game is a home game and not at the horrible field of Soldier Field in Chicago.
Games between the Eagles and Bears are always close, tough battles.
This will be the fourth straight year the Eagles and Bears play each other, and the Eagles will have to come off of a primetime game with Dallas to face a tough Bears team, with an exceptional defense.
Hopefully Asante Samuel can play in this game!
We all remember the last time the Eagles came into the New Meadowlands to face the Giants.
I think it is fine to say that it is a day Eagle fans will never forget.
This will be the second meeting between the two, as the first game is in September.
Though this is only November, the winner of this game could have the inside track to a division title.
The Eagles will have to bring their intensity to match up with a hungry Giants team looking for revenge, looking to defend their turf, something they failed to do last season.
The Seahawks are a legitimate landing spot for Kevin Kolb. Could the Eagles be facing Kolb and the Seahawks on that Thursday night game.
It is a definite possibilty.
The Seahawks are one of the toughest teams, especially at home because of the crowd noise, which is the loudest in football.
The Eagles offensive line better have their snap count down, or we could see many penalties against the Eagles.
These three teams will face the Eagles, not in primetime fashion, but it will still be nationally televised games.
The Eagles will host the New England Patriots on Sunday, November 27 (CBS), in what could be the game of the year. Both high flying offenses will be licking their chops to face the average defenses in the game.
On Sunday, December 18, (CBS) the Eagles will host the New York Jets. These teams have had a preseason rivalry that will now be taken in the regular season.
On Saturday, December 24, (FOX), the Eagles will travel to Dallas to face the Cowboys on the Christmas Eve game.