Five Most Intriguing Games on Philadelphia Eagles 2015 Schedule

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Dec 14, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) celebrates his touchdown catch in the second quarter against Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher (24) at Lincoln Financial Field. The Cowboys defeated the Eagles, 38-27. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

3. Week 2 vs. Cowboys–4:25 start-time on FOX

Tony Romo pointing to Dez Bryant shortly before he torched Bradley Cooper (numerous times) was probably the lasting picture of the 2014 Philadelphia Eagles season.

Fletcher and Cary Williams aren’t back in 2015, and that makes this game interesting. This game gives Byron Maxwell and the revamped secondary a chance to prove themselves against one of the top passing attacks in the league.

Also, the Eagles have a loseable game week one, so they may also be at risk of falling to 0-2. If not, improving to 2-0 while winning an important divisional game early wouldn’t hurt. Not losing to the Cowboys at home for once would also be a nice change of pace.

In case you forgot, this also will be the first of many times that DeMarco Murray faces his former team, though it may not be as big of a storyline as when the Eagles travel to Jerryworld (registered trade-mark) for a Sunday Night Football showdown week nine.

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