Eagles 2012 Schedule: Philadelphia Opens With Tough Schedule

The 2012 NFL schedule was announced on Tuesday night, and the Philadelphia Eagles learned that they will start the season on the road against the Cleveland Browns. That game might be the easiest of the team's opening stretch, since the Browns are the only team with a losing record among Philadelphia's first six games.

Before the Eagles reach a bye in Week 7, the Baltimore Ravens, the New York Giants, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Detroit Lions are all on the agenda. The Arizona Cardinals (8-8) are the other team the Eagles face during the first six weeks of the season.

Will Michael Vick be able to deliver a winning record by Week 7?

Here is the complete Philadelphia Eagles 2012 schedule:

Week 1: Sept. 9 at Cleveland
Week 2: Sept. 16 Baltimore
Week 3: Sept. 23 at Arizona
Week 4: Sept. 30 New York Giants
Week 5: Oct. 7 at Pittsburgh
Week 6: Oct. 14 Detroit
Week 7: Bye
Week 8: Oct. 28 Atlanta
Week 9: Nov. 5 at New Orleans
Week 10: Nov. 11 Dallas
Week 11: Nov. 18 at Washington
Week 12: Nov. 26 Carolina
Week 13: Dec. 2 at Dallas
Week 14: Dec. 9 at Tampa Bay
Week 15: Dec. 13 Cincinnati
Week 16: Dec. 23 Washington
Week 17: Dec. 30 at New York Giants

For complete announcements of the full 2012 NFL schedule, please visit this StoryStream. Visit Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation for more news and notes on Philadelphia.

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