Eagles to make London debut in 2018

Eagles to make London debut in 2018

Seattle will be the designated "road" team, meaning the Seahawks did not give up one of their eight home games for next season.

The NFL revealed it's matchups for 2018 live via London on Periscope.

Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium is still being built but the club's chairman Daniel Levy is confident the ground will be ready in time. The dates will be released in mid-late April. Oakland hasn't exactly packed the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum to the gills, and owner Mark Davis has willingly traded a true home game for an worldwide one. Muscular tight ends coach Dan Campbell became the interim coach, sparking a brief revolution with his spirited one-on-one and two-on-two hitting drills during practices and back-to-back victories in his first two games.

The Eagles will play the Jaguars in London during the 2018 regular season, National Football League sources said. That game will be on October 21 or October 28 at Wembley Stadium.

Fortunately for the Eagles, they will not lose a home game next season.

Seattle's home opponents next year are the Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Chargers and Dallas Cowboys.

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Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders, Tottenham stadium, October 14. "We are very excited to be welcoming some outstanding playoff teams to the stadium in 2018 and hope our strong partnership will continue for years to come".

The LA Chargers are also back and host the Titans who make their debut in London. By playing games on three consecutive weeks we will learn a lot, both from the fans buying tickets and attending games, and from a logistics and organizational standpoint.

The Seahawks will play the Raiders in London on??? in just the team's second regular season game outside of the United States.

"Other than the outcome of the game back in 2008, the experience there among the worldwide fans was pretty cool", Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said.

The league is attempting to get all 32 teams to London in the near future.

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