The Eagles’ schedule for the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers is set.
The team is in a three-game winning streak, including wins over the Pittsburgh Panthers, San Francisco 49ers and Carolina Panthers.
The Eagles will play the Saints, Raiders and Rams in the first three weeks of the season.
The first two games against the Rams and Panthers will be at home.
The Eagles are currently 11-3 and sit atop the NFC East standings with a 7-4 record.
The offense has been outstanding in their last two games, and they are only 3-2 on the season without running back LeSean McCoy.
The defense has been a solid unit for the Eagles since the beginning of the year, and is currently 12th in points allowed (24.7).
The Eagles will face their toughest test of the upcoming season in Week 2 at the Washington Redskins.
The Redskins have a bye week, and are currently 13-4.
They are coming off a victory over the Minnesota Vikings, but they lost defensive end Adrian Clayborn to a season-ending knee injury.