The Eagles Game schedule 2020 is going to be crazy for the coming season. And, it’s a good thing. The football fans in America are expecting big things from their team and especially the quarterback, Carson Wentz. It’s always great to watch your favorite team play in front of a crowd that really cares about the game.
But, is it safe to expect big things from Carson Wentz? Well, I’m not saying he’ll go down in history as the greatest QB of all time, but he sure looks good. If you ask me, Wentz has the skills to go toe-to-toe with any other quarterback in the league. Here is the updated NFL Schedule 2020 Philadelphia Eagles football game.
Eagles Football Game Schedules 2020
Not only does Carson Wentz have the best arm of any rookie QB in the history of the Eagles, but he also has a nice skill set. He’s got speed and quickness. He can move from sideline to sideline in a matter of seconds. And, he has an incredible feel for the game that can’t be taught.
He showed this last year in his first NFL football game. In his first start, against the Giants, he came in and played extremely well, completing over 70% of his passes. He had a number of huge passes thrown to him, and he looked poised and calm. He looked ready to make plays, and he was ready to show what he could do.
Week 1: Sun., Sept. 13 at 1 p.m. ET on FOX
Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins Live Stream
Week 2: Sun., Sept. 20 at 1 p.m. ET on FOX
Philadelphia Eagles vs Los Angeles Rams
Week 3: Sun., Sept. 27
Philadelphia Eagles vs Cincinnati Bengals (Lincoln Financial Field), 1 p.m. ET on CBS
Week 4: Sun., Oct. 4
Philadelphia Eagles vs San Francisco 49ers Live
Week 5: Sun., Oct. 11
Philadelphia Eagles vs Pittsburgh Steelers (Heinz Field), 1 p.m. ET on FOX
Week 6: Sun., Oct. 18
Philadelphia Eagles vs Baltimore Ravens Live
Week 7: Thurs., Oct. 22
Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants Live
Week 8: Sun., Nov. 1
Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys Live
Week 10: Sun., Nov. 15
Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants
Week 11: Sun., Nov. 22
Philadelphia Eagles vs Cleveland Browns
Week 12: Mon., Nov. 30
Philadelphia Eagles vs Seattle Seahawks Live
Week 13: Sun., Dec. 6
Philadelphia Eagles vs Green Bay Packers Live
Week 14: Sun., Dec. 13
Philadelphia Eagles vs New Orleans Saints (Lincoln Financial Field), 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX
Week 15: Sun., Dec. 20
Philadelphia Eagles vs Arizona Cardinals (State Farm Stadium), 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX
Week 16: Sun., Dec. 27
Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys (AT&T Stadium), 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX
Week 17: Sun., Jan. 3
Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Redskins (Lincoln Financial Field), 1 p.m. ET on FOX
Wentz’s knee injury is going to keep him out of preseason action. I believe he’ll be ready to go in the second preseason game. But, the Eagles will obviously need to go through the motions in order to keep him healthy for the season. His ACL should hold up great, and he should be fine.
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So, the Eagles should have no problem getting Wentz back on the field. They might have to lean heavily on the running game to run the offense at full force. I like what the Eagles running backs have done so far in camp. LeGarrette Blount, Byron Marshall, and Corey Clement have shown enough talent to give any team trouble.
Now, the passing game should be able to provide the Eagles with plenty of opportunities to score points. They might just need a new run play every once in a while. With the experienced fullback James Casey, and newly acquired center Jason Kelce, they should be able to easily replace the production of Darren Sproles.
The Eagles can win a few games this year. But, they need to get off to a fast start and dominate the competition early on. This is a crucial time for Carson Wentz, so let’s hope he gets it together quick and turns in an excellent performance.