Washington Football Team vs. Eagles Week 1 preview: How to watch
By Ian Cummings
Allow me to be the first to use this simple, over-dramaticized line: Football is back.
Tired seasonal cliches and recycled expressions of excitement aside, it is genuinely refreshing to have football back, after an offseason that has been rivaled by few historically, in terms of its uncertainty and intrigue. The Washington Football Team experienced an especially heightened degree of that uncertainty, but today, they’ll look to put all the speculation to rest, as they face off against the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFC East.
The Washington Football Team is in the midst of a rebuild under newly-hired head coach Ron Rivera, and there’s a strong sense that, regardless of immediate results, there will be positive growth further down the road. We’ve already seen some of that throughout the 2020 offseason, as Rivera has begun to implement a much-needed culture change.
The 2020 regular season might not provide immediate success, but it will allow us to gauge how far the Washington Football Team has come since their days of dysfunction, and how much farther they have to go, before they can be legitimately respected across the league. It all starts with Week 1, against the Eagles.
To watch the game, you can tune in at 1:00 P.M., as Washington will be playing from FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland. If, for some reason, you won’t have access to a television at that time, you can easily stream on your mobile device either via NFL Game Pass or FuboTV. Before you do, though, be sure to brush up on our pregame links!
Riggo’s Rag Week 1 Pregame Links
Washington Football Team’s Kendall Fuller officially out for Week 1 – Cummings
Planning your Week 1 Washington virtual tailgate – Johannesen
Niswander’s Notes: Washington has many questions to answer – Niswander
Five bold predictions for Washington’s Week 1 contest vs. Eagles – Camenker
How the Washington Football Team can beat Philadelphia – Hundley
Cam Sims elevated to active roster for Week 1 game – Camenker
Eagles RB Miles Sanders out for Week 1 game vs. Washington – Camenker
Washington Football Team eek 1 Reality Checks – Payne
Washington’s rise mirrors that of the Los Angeles Rams – Meek
Five players to watch in Washington’s Week 1 contest – Cummings
Veteran linebacker Thomas Davis ruled out for Washington – Cummings
Quarterback Dwayne Haskins backs up offseason with captainship – Britton
A historical look at Washington’s chances of achieving eight wins – Eig
Washington vs. Philadelphia Week 1 comprehensive preview – Camenker
That’s it from us… for now. You know the drill: Find a comfortable place to sit, heat up that leftover pizza, and get ready for the games.