National Football League 2018 schedule: Super Bowl winners Philadelphia to face Jaguars at Wembley

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We may not know the details behind the rest of the Jacksonville Jaguars' regular season schedule, but one date that has been confirmed is the one for their game against the NFL's defending champions, the Philadelphia Eagles.

Mexico and it's internationally famous stadium, Estadio Azteca, will see two of last year's playoff teams facing off.

Jacksonville, which fell in the AFC title game to New England before the Eagles beat the Patriots for the league championship, will host Philadelphia in Week 8 on October 28 at Wembley Stadium.

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The league has also announced new start times for prime time games in the upcoming season.

Official dates and times for preseason games should be announced soon.

The Los Angeles Rams will face the Kansas City Chiefs on "Monday Night Football" from Mexico City on November 19, the NFL announced Wednesday night.

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In addition to Eagles vs Falcons on September 6, the first Monday Night Football game of the year has been revealed as the New York Jets hosting the Detroit Lions on September 10. That will have a 1 p.m. ET starting time.

The Texans have played in Mexico City, and Seattle does have an worldwide game, playing the Bills in Toronto in 2012.

With the 2018 schedule leaking, we now know who will play in the worldwide games.

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