National Football League beefs up regular-season schedule for 2019 by adding Saturday triple-header

Howie Roseman thinks it's too early to give up on cornerback Sidney Jones

Howie Roseman thinks it's too early to give up on cornerback Sidney Jones

The NFL's regular season schedule was released yesterday, and yet again, it looks like New England has been gifted with another relatively easy slate, giving them a leg up in their quest to win yet another Lombardi Trophy.

The Eagles will play in FOX's first Thursday night game on September 26, when the visit the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

The Steelers will play a Thursday night game against the Cleveland Browns in Week 11, and will be in an "America's Game of the Week" Sunday game when they host the Los Angeles Rams in Week 10.

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With matchups against the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks, the Eagles' merit will be tested regularly throughout the season. The excitement stems from an Eagles team looking to make a Super Bowl run, descending on South Beach with the best fans in the league. All three games will air exclusively on the NFL Network.

The Eagles only won nine games last season, barely sneaking into the playoffs in the season's final week. There will be rivalry games, there will be tough and brutal games, and there will be some fun and exciting matchups that take place during the 2019 season.

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