The Philadelphia Eagles will begin the season in Detroit against the Lions, the league announced on Thursday night. Two of Philadelphia’s first three games will be on the road as they travel to Washington to battle Carson Wentz and the Commanders in Week 3.
In Week 4, Philadelphia will host Doug Pederson and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Back to Wentz, he and the Commanders will come to Philadelphia for the first time since the trade on Monday Night Football in Week 10.
2022 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule
Friday, August 12 New York Jets 7:30 p.m. NBC10
Sunday, August 21 at Cleveland Browns 1:00 p.m. NBC10
Saturday, August 27 at Miami Dolphins 7:00 p.m. NBC10
Sunday, September 11 at Detroit Lions 1:00 p.m. FO
Monday, September 19 Minnesota Vikings 8:30 p.m. ABC^
Sunday, September 25 at Washington Commanders 1:00 p.m. FOX
Sunday, October 2 Jacksonville Jaguars 1:00 p.m. CBS
Sunday, October 9 at Arizona Cardinals 4:25 p.m.+ FOX
Sunday, October 16 Dallas Cowboys 8:20 p.m.+ NBC^
Sunday, October 23 BYE
Sunday, October 30 Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 p.m.+ CBS
Thursday, November 3 at Houston Texans 8:15 p.m. Prime Video^
Monday, November 14 Washington Commanders 8:15 p.m. ESPN^
Sunday, November 20 at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 p.m.+ CBS
Sunday, November 27 Green Bay Packers 8:20 p.m.+ NBC^
Sunday, December 4 Tennessee Titans 1:00 p.m.+ FOX
Sunday, December 11 at New York Giants 1:00 p.m.+ FOX
Sunday, December 18 at Chicago Bears 1:00 p.m.+ FOX
Saturday, December 24 at Dallas Cowboys 4:25 p.m. FOX
Sunday, January 1 New Orleans Saints 1:00 p.m.+ FOX
Sat., Jan. 7 / Sun., Jan. 8* New York Giants TBD TBD
Below are other scheduling notes for the Eagles:
Philadelphia will open the 2022 campaign against Detroit on the road at Ford Field, marking the club’s first ever game against the Lions on kickoff weekend. Additionally, the Eagles will begin the season with an away game for a third consecutive year, which is the team’s longest such streak since 2011-13.
Philadelphia’s five scheduled primetime contests are its most in a season since 2018. Dating back to 2000, the Eagles have appeared in the second-most primetime games (94) in the NFL, behind Dallas (100).
A national audience will once again be treated to an Eagles-Cowboys matchup in Week 6 on Sunday Night Football. With the exception of a nationally televised 2014 Thanksgiving afternoon contest, the division rivals have squared off in primetime every season dating back to the 2007 campaign.
Philadelphia will not play consecutive road games through the first 13 weeks of the season. Furthermore, the Eagles will close the year with back-to-back home outings for the first time since 2017.
Philadelphia’s Week 7 bye marks the Eagles’ earliest break since 2016 (Week 4).