NFL 2011 Schedule: 5 Biggest Non-Divisional Games for Philadelphia Eagles

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NFL 2011 Schedule: 5 Biggest Non-Divisional Games for Philadelphia Eagles
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Philadelphia Eagles' Quarterback Michael Vick

Even though the status of the 2011 NFL season is completely uncertain because of the ongoing lockout, the NFL released its 2011 regular season schedule today. This slideshow is, of course, written under the assumption that the lockout will be resolved prior to opening day.  

In accordance with the standard NFL scheduling format, every team plays six games against the three teams in their own division, four games against a division in their own conference, four games against a division in the other conference and two additional in-conference games that are determined by how the team ranked in their division in the previous year.

This year, the Eagles play the AFC East and NFC West, as well as the other two first place teams from last year (Bears and Falcons) in the NFC.

Here is a look at the Eagles five biggest games of the 2011 season, excluding divisional games.

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