The Philadelphia Eagles, led by quarterback Carson Wentz, face the Washington Football Team in an NFL regular season game on Sunday, September 13, 2020 (9/13/20) at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.
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The Eagles travel to FedEx Field to take on the Washington Football Team to open the 2020 regular season. The Eagles have won the past six matchups over their division rival, but neither victory was an easy one in 2019. It took a last-minute touchdown pass from Carson Wentz to Greg Ward to keep the Eagles’ playoff hopes alive last December. There’s plenty of hope in the nation’s capital with new Head Coach Ron Rivera, ascending second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins, and No. 2 overall pick defensive end Chase Young.
Our live pregame coverage begins Sunday with The Kickoff Show presented by Axalta at 12:15 PM. Amy Campbell and Fran Duffy offer live looks inside the stadium as the players warm up while discussing the key storylines and players to watch. You can watch this on PhiladelphiaEagles.com, the Eagles app, and our social media channels.
The on-field action is set for 1 PM. Here’s how you can follow the action. No matter where you are, PhiladelphiaEagles.com and the Eagles app offer comprehensive coverage all game long through Eagles Gameday Live.
The first Sunday of the long-awaited 2020 NFL season finally gets under way this weekend and with it brings a classic rivalry between two NFC East foes. Without any preseason games to draw upon, the matchup will be the first time either team has played an opponent in over eight months.
Philadelphia finished the 2019 regular season with a 9-7 record and as NFC East champions but was upended in the Wild Card round by Seattle after Carson Wentz was injured early in the game. Wentz’s health will go a long way towards whether or not the Eagles can win their division again, but should he miss time, 2020 second round draft pick Jalen Hurts could get the call to see if he can replicate the success he had at Oklahoma and Alabama. Wentz also has a new weapon in wideout Jalen Reagor after the Eagles selected the former TCU standout with the 21st pick in the draft.
Looking to slow that Philadelphia offense will be Chase Young, the second overall pick in the draft, and his counterparts on one of the most talented defensive lines in the NFL. Washington finished 2019 a disappointing 3-13, but there is some hope headed into this season for Dwayne Haskins first full year as the starting quarterback. The Washington Football Team had a busy offseason beginning with the hiring of head coach Ron Rivera and dropping its controversial nickname.