The Eagles open the season with two games on the road—at St. Louis on Sept. 11 and then at Atlanta for week two. The first home game is against divisional rival—and all around less cool—New York Giants on Sept. 25. After their bye week on Oct. 23, week seven, the Birds have three home games against Dallas (booooo!), Chicago, and Arizona.
The final two regular season games are against divisional rivals Dallas (booooo!) and Washington, a fact that has Eagles president Joe Banner all kinds of excited.
“The league continues to do a great job emphasizing divisional games toward the end of the season as our final two games against the Cowboys and Redskins will also bring a great level of excitement,” Banner said.
The Eagles are scheduled to appear on NBC’s Sunday Night Football three times: at Atlanta on Sept. 18, vs. Dallas (booooo!) on Oct. 30, and at the Giants on Nov. 20. But we recommend tuning in every week, just in case the NFL does the right thing and televises the Eagles every Sunday night.
Here’s the complete 2011 schedule:
Thursday, August 11 Baltimore 7:30 pm
Thursday, August 18 at Pittsburgh 8:00 pm
Thursday, August 25 Cleveland 7:30 pm
Thursday, September 1 at NY Jets 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 11 at St. Louis 1:00 pm
Sunday, September 18 at Atlanta 8:20 pm on NBC
Sunday, September 25 NY Giants 1:00 pm
Sunday, October 2 San Francisco 1:00 pm
Sunday, October 9 at Buffalo 1:00 pm
Sunday, October 16 at Washington 1:00 pm
Sunday, October 23 BYE
Sunday, October 30 Dallas 8:20 pm on NBC
Monday, November 7 Chicago 8:30 pm
Sunday, November 13 Arizona 1:00 pm+
Sunday, November 20 at NY Giants 8:20 pm+ on NBC
Sunday, November 27 New England 4:15 pm+
Thursday, December 1 at Seattle 8:20 pm
Sunday, December 11 at Miami 1:00 pm+
Sunday, December 18 NY Jets 4:15 pm+
Saturday, December 24 at Dallas 4:15 pm
Sunday, January 1 Washington 1:00 pm+
+ subject to flex scheduling