September 5, 2018
The new NFL season has arrived! It is hard to believe we are finally hear after a dream-like 2017 season full of surprises: The Philadelphia Eagles actually won a Super Bowl; The New York Giants mysteriously had a super poor team; And the New York Jets actually won a few games.
So which match-ups will get you off your couch and into the stadium this year? Here are Dahday’s picks for hottest NFL games this coming season.
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New York Giants 2018 Schedule | Free Price Quote
Fans of the New York Football Giants seem to be cautiously optimistic. The G-MEN drafted Bronx native and Penn State star Saquan Barkley and retained the services of Eli Manning. Despite a tough division, New York may have the stuff to reach the playoffs once again. New York’s first home game takes place September 9 against the tough Jacksonville Jaguars. On September 30, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints visit Metlife Stadium. The Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles come up I-95 on Thursday, October 11. The Giants finish the regular season with the division rival Dallas Cowboys.
New York Jets 2018 Schedule | Free Price Quote
Jets fans feel like their team finally has the franchise QB they have been missing. Sam Darnold brings star power to the position and hopefully a playoff game to the Meadowlands. Darnold gets his first test at home against the Miami Dolphins on September 16 then will host the defensive-minded Denver Broncos on October 7. The hated New England Patriots visit Metlife Stadium the Sunday after Thanksgiving, on November 25. The Jets also will host Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on December 23.
Philadelphia Eagles 2018 Schedule | Free Price Quote
Whether you saw it as a dream or a nightmare, it did happen: the Iggles won the Super Bowl. Can the young team do it again? The QBs Nick Foles and potential NFL MVP QB Carson Wentz will have a lot to say about that. After hosting Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons on September 6, Philly hosts another NFC playoffs matchup – the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, October 7. The Eagles host Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers on October 21.Philly then hosts division rivals like the Dallas Cowboys on November 11, the New York Giants on November 25 and Washington’s team on Monday, December 3.
The E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles host the Houston Texans on December 23.
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