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Three great things about the Eagles’ 2017 schedule

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Now that there’s been some time to digest the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2017 schedule (click here), there are three great things about it that stick out to me. It’s not the easiest schedule, no, and there are definitely some downsides. But for now I’m focusing on the positives. The Eagles don’t play a single team coming off a bye No team will have extra time to prepare for the Eagles. That’s pretty awesome considering how last year the Eagles got screwed by playing three teams coming off bye weeks … in a row. And two of those games were divisional matchups on the road. Unsurprisingly, Philadelphia lost those two games. No early bye week The Eagles were on a roll before that dumb Week 4 bye last

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