What will the Eagles’ record be in 2019?

With a reloaded offense and reinforced defense, the Eagles might be the favorites to win the NFC East. But how does the rest of the schedule shake out? The Birds head out early this season for a rare visit to Lambeau Field. November brings a Super Bowl LII rematch - this time at the Linc. And the season closes out with four straight games against division opponents.

Our coverage team has predicted all 16 games of the Eagles season. See what they think and tell us how you think the Eagles will finish.

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Week 1
Sunday, Sept. 8, 1 p.m.
Fox29
Your pick

Redskins

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Les Bowen: win
Openers are always a bit weird, but the Eagles are a much better team, playing at home.
Paul Domowitch: win
The Redskins have settled on Case Keenum as their Week 1 starter. The last time he faced the Eagles, in the 2017 playoffs, he threw two picks and had a 63.8 passer rating.
Jeff McLane: win
Case Keenum will be playing at the Linc for the first time since his 2017 NFC championship game debacle. Playing behind a Washington O-line without Trent Williams could be a worse nightmare.
Week 2
Sunday, Sept. 15, 8:20 p.m.
NBC10
Your pick

Eagles

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Falcons

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: loss
The Falcons are going to complete that last-gasp pass to Julio Jones sooner or later. They’re at home, so maybe this is it.
Domowitch: loss
The Falcons have scored just 37 points in three straight losses to the Eagles. But all three of those games were at the Linc. Falcons win it on a last-second field goal.
McLane: win
The Eagles have beaten Atlanta three straight times, but each was in Philly. Dirk Koetter returns to run the Falcons offense, but Jim Schwartz seems to have Matt Ryan’s number, no matter the offensive coordinator.
Week 3
Sunday, Sept. 22, 1 p.m.
Fox29
Your pick

Lions

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
Not a fan of the way Matt Patricia has run the Lions. Pencil Guy really had me fooled, talking to him at Super Bowls when he ran the Patriots defense.
Domowitch: win
The Lions’ first-round rookie tight end, T.J. Hockenson, will be a good test for the Eagles defense. He’s going to be Matt Patricia’s version of Gronk.
McLane: win
Matt Patricia has two-seasons-and-done written all over him. Doug Pederson should pull out “Philly Special” for old time’s sake.
Week 4
Thursday, Sept. 26, 8:20 p.m.
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Your pick

Eagles

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Packers

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: loss
Short week, going to Lambeau. No idea what to expect from the Packers’ new coach, Guy Lafleur, er, that is, Matt LaFleur, but the Eagles have lost four of their last six at Green Bay.
Domowitch: win
Thursday night games usually are a recipe for disaster for the road team. Especially against one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. But for some reason, I like the Eagles in this one.
McLane: loss
After 13 years of Mike McCarthy, the Packers have a new coach in Matt LaFleur. But Aaron Rodgers is in charge, and he has an .800 winning percentage at Lambeau Field.
Week 5
Sunday, Oct. 6, 1 p.m.
CBS3
Your pick

Jets

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
Joe Douglas won’t be playing or coaching, so I’ll take the Eagles. It’ll be interesting to see how many former Eagles have found their way to the Jets by October.
Domowitch: win
The Jets will be coming off an early bye, but it’s pretty much a waste this early in the season. Carson Wentz and the Eagles are going to light up Adam Gase’s secondary.
McLane: win
Joe Douglas might have snatched a few more Eagles castoffs in addition to Josh Adams by this meeting. Sam Darnold is legit, but the Jets are weak on the O-line and at cornerback.
Week 6
Sunday, Oct. 13, 1 p.m.
Fox29
Your pick

Eagles

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Vikings

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
Tough matchup, but the only other appearance the Eagles have made at U.S. Bank Stadium went pretty well.
Domowitch: loss
On the road against Kirk Cousins, who seems to have the Eagles’ number. He’s got a 101.2 career passer rating against them, including 17 TDs in eight games.
McLane: win
The Vikings did little to the core of their roster this offseason. The Eagles could get positive vibes returning to the scene of their greatest triumph, or they could simply harass an O-line that remains suspect.
Week 7
Sunday, Oct. 20, 8:20 p.m.
NBC10
Your pick

Eagles

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Cowboys

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
The two Eagles-Dallas games ought to decide who wins the NFC East. Dallas is going to be good.
Domowitch: loss
The Eagles can thank the Phillies for this three-straight-games-on-the-road fiasco. The NFL schedule maker foolishly thought the Phils might be hosting a few playoff games this year.
McLane: loss
With Ezekiel Elliott back, this becomes the Eagles’ most likely loss in a three-game road stretch.
Week 8
Sunday, Oct. 27, 1 p.m.
Fox29
Your pick

Eagles

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Bills

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
Third weekend in a row on the road for the Eagles. No excuse for losing to this team, though.
Domowitch: win
The Bills don’t have a lot of good pass rushers beyond Jerry Hughes. Might just be a gluten-free, 300-yard, four-touchdown day for Wentz.
McLane: win
The Bills have a stout defense and were particularly stingy against the pass last season. The Eagles should tread softly into Buffalo, but few would buy Josh Allen stock in this wager.
Week 9
Sunday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m.
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Your pick

Bears

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
Cody Parkey won’t be making the trip, but the Eagles will have a lot more weapons than they had during last January’s defense-dominated playoff matchup.
Domowitch: win
The Eagles don’t want to have to rely on another double-doink to beat the Bears. Best way to do that would be to avoid averaging 1.8 yards per carry against them again. With ex-Bear Jordan Howard and Miles Sanders carrying the ball, they should be able to do that.
McLane: win
Chicago could be primed to take a step back after last year’s surprising success in Matt Nagy’s first season. It will be increasingly difficult for the coach to scheme around Mitch Trubisky’s faults.
Week 11
Sunday, Nov. 17, 4:25 p.m.
CBS3
Your pick

Patriots

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: loss
Since Andy Reid left, coming off the bye seems to have gotten much more complicated. Doug Pederson is 1-2 in that situation, Chip Kelly was 2-1. Tough opponent. I dunno.
Domowitch: win
Remember how hard you laughed the first time you heard Tom Brady say he wanted to play until he was 45?
McLane: loss
Has Father Time finally caught up to Tom Brady? There were apparently cracks in the armor last year, albeit in a Super Bowl-winning season. Bet against the 42-year old at your own peril.
Week 12
Sunday, Nov. 24, 8:20 p.m.
NBC10
Your pick

Seahawks

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: loss
The Eagles are 0-4 against the Seahawks since 2008, but three of those four losses came at Seattle. Russell Wilson is always tough for the Eagles.
Domowitch: loss
Russell Wilson has been a thorn in Jim Schwartz’s side. He had a 104.9 passer rating in his last two starts against Schwartz’s defense.
McLane: win
Russell Wilson has been a tough out for Doug Pederson’s Eagles. But Seattle inexplicably retained offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer after last year’s playoff debacle. Schwartz’s unit should have the advantage.
Week 13
Sunday, Dec. 1, 1 p.m.
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Your pick

Eagles

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Dolphins

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
I have the Eagles going into Thanksgiving weekend off back-to-back losses. What can quell the fan base panic? A visit to the Fish.
Domowitch: win
There’s nothing better than a trip to South Florida in early December to play a team with a 2-9 record. There are going to be a lot of E-A-G-L-E-S chants at Hard Rock Stadium.
McLane: win
The any-given-Sunday adage applies for weeks like this. The Dolphins are starting at below ground zero as they seemingly begin their quest to “earn” next year’s No. 1 draft pick.
Week 14
Monday, Dec. 9, 8:15 p.m.
ESPN
Your pick

Giants

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
It’s unfortunate for the Eagles that both Giants meetings are scheduled for December. I figure Eli Manning will have been benched by then and Daniel Jones will be quarterbacking. Even so, I’ll take the Eagles.
Domowitch: loss
Saquon Barkley had 371 rushing and receiving yards in two games vs. the Eagles last year and averaged 8.9 yards per carry. This is one of those banana-peel losses you didn’t see coming.
McLane: win
There’s a good chance that Daniel Jones is starting at quarterback by this date. It’s a toss-up as to whether it’s better for the Eagles to see the rookie or Eli Manning.
Week 15
Sunday, Dec. 15, 1 p.m.
Fox29
Your pick

Eagles

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Redskins

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
Short week, and a road game, but FedEx has been a pretty friendly place lately.
Domowitch: win
The only question about this game is who will be the Redskins’ interim coach for it after Dan Snyder fires Jay Gruden.
McLane: win
See: Week 13 and substitute Dwayne Haskins and Keenum for Jones and Manning. The Eagles might be seeing their future in back-to-back games.
Week 16
Sunday, Dec. 22, 4:25 p.m.
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Your pick

Cowboys

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Eagles

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: win
This might be the game that determines playoff seeding. Don’t see the Eagles losing it.
Domowitch: win
The Cowboys are going to be coming off a tough game against the Rams. Assuming Wentz still is in one piece, I like the Eagles in a game that could decide the division and give them a first-round bye.
McLane: win
A win here could do more than just clinch the NFC East. Either way, as long as there’s something on the line, the Linc should be rocking.
Week 17
Sunday, Dec. 29, 1 p.m.
Fox29
Your pick

Eagles

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Giants

Our picks for the Eagles
Bowen: loss
The Eagles are resting their starters and the Giants need to win this to save Pat Shurmur’s job.
Domowitch: win
The Giants are likely to still be hung over from sweeping their season series against the Redskins. Josh McCown throws five TDs as Wentz rests for his first-ever playoff start.
McLane: loss
Like two years ago, the feeling here is that the season finale – provided Carson Wentz stays healthy -- will have little meaning.
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