The Eagles have generated quite a bit of buzz this offseason, and clearly the NFL is banking on the team to deliver ratings.
The Birds play five games in prime time starting with the Monday Night Football season premier on September 14th against the Falcons in Atlanta.
The Eagles have three straight night games during Weeks 6, 7 and 9, hosting the Giants on Monday Night Football and heading to Carolina to face the Panthers on Sunday Night before their Week 8 bye.
After the week off, the Eagles will, surprisingly, get their second match against rivals the Cowboys on Sunday night, November 8th.
Both of DeMarco Murray’s games against his old team will be played before Week 9.
The end of the schedule is highlighted by the return of LeSean McCoy on December 13, and then two division games to wrap up the year against the Redskins at home on a Saturday night game followed by the season finale in New York after the new year.
Another late highlight is the Birds’ trip to Foxboro to face the defending champs in early December.
The Birds will also be active on their second straight Thanksgiving game, starting the action at 12:30 p.m. in Detroit.
Here is the complete Eagles 2015 schedule:
Monday, September 14 at Atlanta Falcons 7:10 pm ESPN*
Sunday, September 20 Dallas Cowboys 4:25 pm FOX
Sunday, September 27 at New York Jets 1:00 pm FOX
Sunday, October 4 at Washington Redskins 1:00 pm FOX
Sunday, October 11 New Orleans Saints 1:00 pm+ FOX
Monday, October 19 New York Giants 8:30 pm ESPN*
Sunday, October 25 at Carolina Panthers 8:30 pm+ NBC*
Sunday, November 1 BYE
Sunday, November 8 at Dallas Cowboys 8:30 pm+ NBC*
Sunday, November 15 Miami Dolphins 1:00 pm+ CBS
Sunday, November 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 pm+ FOX
Thursday, November 26 at Detroit Lions 12:30 pm FOX*
Sunday, December 6 at New England Patriots 4:25 pm+ FOX
Sunday, December 13 Buffalo Bills 1:00 pm+ CBS
Sunday, December 20 Arizona Cardinals 1:00 pm+ FOX
Saturday, December 26 Washington Redskins 8:25 pm NFLN*
Sunday, January 3 at New York Giants 1:00 pm+ FOX
* nationally televised game
+ game time subject to change due to flex scheduling