The Redskins will kick off the 2019 season in Philadelphia and host the Super Bowl champion Patriots in Week 5, the NFL announced Wednesday night. How does the rest of the Skins’ schedule shape up? Let’s take a closer look.

Week 1: Sept. 8, at Eagles, 1 p.m., FOX

The Redskins beat the lowly Cardinals on the road in the season opener a year ago, handing Coach Jay Gruden the first Week 1 victory of his five-year tenure. The schedule makers, however, weren’t as kind this time around. Gruden and the Redskins will hit the road to face an Eagles’ team that went 9-7 and qualified for the playoffs last season and won the Super Bowl the year before. The matchup will pose a big test for the Skins’ defense as it contends with a Carson Wentz-led Eagles’ offense that’s been reunited with deep threat DeSean Jackson. Philly has won four straight in the series, including a 24-0 beat down last December at FedEx Field, where the mostly…





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