May 16, 2024   2 MIN READ

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Challenging Schedule for the Eagles?

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The 2024 schedule for the Philadelphia Eagles offers a wide variety of talented opponents.

On the latest episode of “Inside The Birds,” Geoff Mosher and Andrew DiCecco identified stretches to look out for during the 2024 season.

Joe Burrow

GETTY IMAGES: The return of QB Joe Burrow from injury should make the Cincinnati Bengals a competitive team again.

Cincinnati Bengals

Geoff Mosher: “The Bengals were 9-8 last year without Joe Burrow. I think they are a pretty good team. They have some discord right now, but when Burrow plays they are a very good team.”

Andrew DiCecco: “The Bengals is one I think they are going to lose. Going out to Cincinnati, 4:25 p.m. game, two prime time receivers and a pretty good defense, that is a tough challenge for any team.”

Washington Commanders

Mosher: “If Jayden Daniels is decent, you can see Washington being better than they were last year. They have two good receivers for him to work with, they signed the center from Dallas, they drafted some really good players. If they are a decent team and they already give the Eagles problems when they are not, that is a tough six game stretch.”

DiCecco: “Sam Howell had a way of making the Eagles secondary look silly, but he had also been in the league a little bit. A savvy coordinator like Vic Fangio is probably going to have [Daniels] on his field for much of the afternoon, being able to send unique looks he has not seen before.”

Los Angeles Rams

Mosher: “I might be higher on the Rams than most, but when Matthew Stafford is healthy, they are a really good team.”

DiCecco: “If you look at some of their offseason additions on the offensive line, they have done some good things…that first half of the game last season, they gave the Eagles a lot of trouble.”

New Orleans Saints/Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mosher: “They should beat one of these two. I don’t know if the Bucs are going to be as good as they were last year. They lost their offensive coordinator, Dave Canales. He seemed to be the guy who unlocked Baker Mayfield last year. And the Saints don’t exactly scare you, they are not wowing you with talent across the board.”

– Benjamin Paul is a staff writer for InsideTheBirds.com.

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