CBS Sports reports the game would be Philadelphia's first appearance in London while Jacksonville has played for five straight seasons.
Wembley, where Spurs are playing until the new stadium is completed, will host two more National Football League games on October 21 and 28, with the Philadelphia Eagles due to face the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans taking on the Los Angeles Chargers.
It's impossible to predict in January which teams will be good in October, but all three London games that were announced on Thursday should be good matchups.
"We continue to be very excited by the growth of the NFL in the UK", NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a release.
"The beauty of our season is that we play once a week and we only play 16 games".
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The club have secured a 10-year deal with the NFL to stage two games a season in their yet-to-be-named state-of-the-art new home, which is being custom-built for both the round-ball game and American football.
CBS Sports writes Jacksonville is scheduled to be the "home" team in London for the sixth straight season. "Nobody in the United Kingdom needs to worry about our commitment; [it is a] unique year for us".
"Being asked to play overseas is a result of the success we have had over the last two years", said Titans General Manager Jon Robinson.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said at the International Series launch: "We hope there is a franchise in London and we want this stadium to be its base". This enables us to achieve important learnings relating to the fans' preferences, ticketing, team logistics and local transportation and infrastructure in order to create the best possible experience and environment. The home of English football has now hosted 18 NFL games, with nearly 1.5 million fans in attendance. Between 2007-17, there have now been 21 games played in London with 18 of the games played at Wembley and three played at Twickenham Stadium.