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The Eagles were brought into the league in 1933 as a replacement team for the Frankford Yellow Jackets after the Yellow Jackets went bankrupt. The Eagles are one of the few franchises that have been around for 70+ years and are still in their original city and have never relocated to a different state. They first sold Eagles tickets at the Baker Bowl stadium, a field that had been built in 1887 and was primarily used as a baseball field prior to hosting the home town Philadelphia Eagles. The early years for the Eagles were marked by repeated losing seasons. After losing many players to the Draft in the 1943 season, the Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers combined teams in order to have a full roster, sharing revenue in Eagles tickets sales for one year with the Steelers. The Eagles were competed in three straight NFL Championship Games and won two of them in 1948 and 1949. The most recent success for the Eagles came in the early 2000’s as they were setting team records in Eagles tickets sale and went to four consecutive NFC Championship Games. Of the four appearances, the team lost their first three NFC Championship Games, and were the number one seed in 2004 when they hosted all playoff games at home and sold thousands of extra Eagles tickets in the playoffs as the team went all the way to the Super Bowl where they eventually lost to the New England Patriots by a score of 24-21.

Lincoln Financial has been the home field of the Philadelphia Eagles since 2003. The move to the new field was not about selling more Eagles tickets, as the total seating capacity barely changed between; However, their new stadium allowed for the sale of more expensive Eagles tickets as, having twice as many luxury boxes as Veterans Stadium. As with many NFL stadiums, Lincoln Financial does more than just sell Eagles tickets. It has hosted two NCAA lacrosse national championships games and hosts several soccer games each year. The move to Lincoln Financial may have also brought the Eagles some luck. During the team’s first eight seasons at Lincoln Financial, they made the playoffs six times and were the NFC East Division champions 4 times. Fans that purchase Eagles tickets have been known to be some of the most intense and unpredictable fans in the NFL. They have been known to boo their own team after losses in the late 1970’s before the arrival of head coach Dick Vermeil, and even get in so much trouble that the team actually built four jail cells into Lincoln Financial Field. Through the good times and the bad, Eagles fans have always purchased Eagles tickets and shown up to games, helping the Eagles achieve to 71 consecutive home sellouts, a streak that is still going.

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4-7-14: Philadelphia has been extremely active this offseason, retaining free agent wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper, while cutting ties with “bad apple” DeSean Jackson. One of the bigger moves Philly made was a sneaky trade with the New Orleans Saints for explosive offensive weapon Darren Sproles, while the Eagles also nabbed former Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins on the open market. Philadelphia beefed up their corner depth by signing former Dolphins defensive back Nolan Carroll, as well. While it was a very successful offseason, the loss of DeSean Jackson (who signed with the divisional rival Redskins), could be the most talked about transaction until the new season starts.

3-21-14: The Eagles and rookie head coach Chip Kelly were a surprise playoff team in 2013, but after proving to everyone that his offense can succeed at the NFL level, Kelly and his Eagles are out to create even more chaos in 2014. Only continuity and progress can ensure that, and Philly got the ball rolling in both departments right away in free agency, locking up wide receiver Riley Cooper to a long-term deal, while also keeping the explosive Jeremy Maclin on a one-year “prove it” deal. Maclin will try to return from a knee injury that robbed him of his 2013 season and is an extreme value buy on the open market for the Eagles. Philly’s quality moves weren’t restricted to just offense, though, as they added depth to their secondary by landing Malcolm Jenkins and Nolan Carroll, as well as re-signing safety Nate Allen. Perhaps the most interesting addition, however, was third down and return specialist Darren Sproles, who the Eagles landed in a trade with the New Orleans Saints.

1-7-14: Nick Foles continued his solid play into the playoffs this past weekend, but his 195 passing yards and two touchdowns wouldn’t be enough in a tough 26-24 home loss to the New Orleans Saints. LeSean McCoy added 77 yards and a touchdown on the ground, but it wasn’t the offense that let the Eagles down in the wild card round of the playoffs. Despite playing a solid game and picking off Drew Brees twice, the Philly defense couldn’t get a stop when it mattered the most. Brees drove the Saints right down the field and Shayne Graham knocked in a 32-yarder for the win as time expired.

It was a tough way to end a stellar year for rookie head coach Chip Kelly, but the Eagles have nothing to be ashamed of. They finished 10-6 and secured the NFC East division title, while likely discovering their franchise quarterback for the future.

12-31-13: Nick Foles continued his stellar season, throwing for 263 yards and two touchdowns as the Eagles topped the Dallas Cowboys on the road, 24-22. Philly locked up the NFC East with the win, as the offense controlled the tempo for most of the game and the defense picked off Kyle Orton in the final minute to seal the deal.

12-24-13: With a winner-take-all season finale set up in week 17, the Eagles didn’t really need to win in week 16 for a shot at their division and the playoffs. They didn’t get the memo. LeSean McCoy shredded the Chicago Bears for 133 yards and two touchdowns on the ground and Nick Foles tossed two more scores as Philly was flawless en route to a huge 54-11 thrashing at home.

12-17-13: Nick Foles stayed hot with three touchdown passes and over 400 yards in week 15, but it wasn’t enough to get Philly their ninth win of 2013, as they fell to the Vikings in Minnesota, 48-30. Matt Cassel was unstoppable, as he tossed two touchdowns and ran for another in a near-flawless effort to help the Vikes upend the Eagles.

12-10-13: Extremely bad weather and an inability to be unpredictable forced Nick Foles to throw his first interception of the 2013 season, and also helped dig the Eagles into a 14-0 hole. Philly wisely leaned on their running game from that point on however, as LeSean McCoy piled on over 200 rushing yards to lead the Eagles to a 34-20 win over the visiting Detroit Lions.

12-3-13: Nick Foles had a would-be interception called back due to a penalty and the second-year quarterback made no other mistakes en route to starting 2013 with a flawless 19:0 touchdown to interception ratio. His stellar play did more than just provide cute stats, though, as he helped the Eagles to a 24-21 win over the Arizona Cardinals in Philly.

11-19-13: Nick Foles didn’t throw a touchdown in week 11 but he did find the end-zone on the ground, as the Eagles pounded the rock against the Redskins and held on for a 24-16 win at home. Running back LeSean McCoy added two more rushing scores as the Eagles continued to look good on offense, while the win earned them sole possession of first place in the NFC East.

11-12-13: The Nick Foles phenomena continued in week 10, as Foles tossed three impressive touchdowns to help Philly top the Aaron Rodgers-less Packers on the road, 27-13. Foles’ latest three scores pushed him to a remarkable 16:0 touchdown to interception ratio, while helping the Eagles to get to 5-5 and force a first place tie with the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East.

11-5-13: The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t just grab their fourth win of the 2013 season in week nine; they made history. Quarterback Nick Foles, starting in place of injured quarterback Michael Vick, became just the seventh passer in league history to notch seven passing scores in a game. Foles connected with wide receiver Riley Cooper on three of his scores and was flawless throughout, as the Eagles mopped the floor with the Raiders in Oakland, 49-20.

10-30-13: The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t survive a Michael Vick injury against the New York Giants the second time around, as Vick’s hamstring forced him out of the game and Nick Foles (concussion) wasn’t around to rescue the Eagles. Rookie quarterback Matt Barkley was thrust into action but he couldn’t save the day, as Philly scored zero offensive points in a crushing home loss to send them to 3-5 at the mid-way points of the season.

10-21-13: Nick Foles and Matt Barkley combined for zero touchdowns and three interceptions in rough 17-3 home loss to the Dallas Cowboys in week seven, prompting Eagles fans to hope more than ever that injured quarterback Michael Vick would return to full health. As bad as Philly was through the air on offense, they remained in this game thanks to a surprisingly effective defense, which picked off Tony Romo twice and registered two sacks. The Eagles simply couldn’t get anything going on offense, however, as star running back LeSean McCoy was even grounded in this one, rushing for just 55 yards on 18 carries.

10-15-13: The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t miss Michael Vick in the second half of a week five win, and they surely didn’t miss him in week six. Perhaps we have a quarterback controversy on our hands in Philly. Perhaps, indeed. Nick Foles did his best to make a mess under center for the Eagles in week six, as he accounted for four touchdowns and helped the Eagles to a 31-20 victory and a win for the second straight week. Philly’s offense hummed all day, both through the air and on the ground, giving way to speculation that Goles can not just effectively run Chip Kelly’s offense - but he might be able to do it better than Vick.

10-8-13: The Philadelphia Eagles waged war with a desperate New York Giants team on the road in week five and emerged with a 36-21 win. Michael Vick struggled with consistency through the air in this one, but was more than effective on the ground with 79 rushing yards on seven runs. He turned up lame with a pulled hamstring on his final run, however, and ended up hitting the sidelines early, with backup Nick Foles taking over. Foles went on to throw for two touchdowns and nearly 200 yards in just a half of action. However, the real story here was Philly’s normally cakewalk defense, which picked off Eli Manning three times and held the G-Men scoreless over the final 18 minutes.

10-1-13: The would-be potent Philadelphia Eagles offense didn’t show up for the long-term in their week four battle with the Denver Broncos, as an early 13-14 deficit got out of hand. Michael Vick proved to be ineffective throughout, as he took three sacks and completed just over 51% of his passes in an embarrassing 52-20 road loss. Backup running back Chris Polk ironically kept the Eagles in this one early with one of Philly’s two touchdowns on the day, but Vick’s ineffectiveness and Philly’s inability to stop the hot Peyton Manning doomed the Eagles, who dropped to 1-3 on the year. backup quarterback Nick Foles entered the game late to add a scoring strike to reserve receiver Jeff Maehl to help prevent the Eagles from going scoreless in the second half.

9-19-13: The Philadelphia Eagles and San Diego Chargers combined for one of the more exciting week two matchups, but Philly would fall short in the end losing 33-30 on a late-game field goad by Nick Novak. Michael Vick was equally impressive in the losing effort for the Eagles, as he threw for a career high 428 yards, while totaling three touchdowns. Both teams enter week three at 1-1 on the season. Next week, the Eagles look to rebound when they host former head coach Andy Reid and the Chiefs on Thursday Night Football.

9-10-13: Philly, on the other hand, moved at too fast of a pace early and often, and kept the Washington defense tired and guessing. The Eagles played it conservative in the second half, however, and what was likely going to be a huge blowout turned into a respectable 33-20 win for the Eagles. Michael Vick, who looked very good in the preseason continued to thrive in Chip Kelly’s up-tempo offense, completing 15 of 25 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns. Next week the Eagles will host the Chargers.

9-5-13: The Eagles have made their final roster moves heading into the regular season: OG Danny Watkins, QB Dennis Dixon. Other names: LB Everette Brown, NT Antonio Dixon, DE Dave King, QB G.J. Kinne, OL Matt Kopa, CB Trevard Lindley (waived/injured), WR Ifeyani Momah, WR Will Murphy, OL Dallas Reynolds, LB Adrian Robinson, OT Matt Tennant, S David Sims, OT Michael Bamiro, WR Russell Shepard, TE Clay Harbor, RB Matthew Tucker, LB Travis Long, LB Chris McCoy, WR Greg Salas. DE Joe Kruger was moved to injured reserve.

8-22-13: Despite naming Michael Vick as their starting QB, it's been reported that the Eagles do not intend to trade Nick Foles. Instead, Foles will be the backup with rookie Matt Barkley as the third string QB.

8-20-13: Adam Schefter is reporting on Twitter that Eagles head coach, Chip Kelly has named Michael Vick the team's starting quarter back for the 2013 season.

8-16-13: Michael Vick had another good outing, completing 9 of 10 passes for 105 yards with a pick as the Eagles defeated the Panthers 14-9. Nick Foles and Matt Barkley were also very solid. Foles completed 6 of 8 passes for 53 yards, while Barkley completed 8 of 14 for 72 yards in the second half. LeSean McCoy carried the ball a team-leading 8 times for 47 yards and a TD. Jason Avant caught 4 ball to lead the team with 42 receiving yards. Next week the Eagles travel to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars.

8-15-13: After playing well in a scrimmage against the New England Patriots, Michael Vick may have the edge over Nick Foles to get the starting QB spot. Vick also seems to really enjoy new head coach Chip Kelly's uptempo style.

8-11-13: Despite falling 31-22 to the Patriots in their opening preseason game, the Eagles got some good performances from their QBs. Michael Vick was 4 of 5 for 94 yards and a TD. Rookie Matt Barkley was 11 of 22 for 103 yards and a TD.

Rookie running back Matthew Tucker carried the ball ten times for 33 yards.

They host the Carolina Panthers on Thursday.

7-10-13: Michael Vick might still be under center come 2013, but a lot has changed in Philadelphia. Rookie head coach Chip Kelly brings a run-first mentality, which bodes very well due to two explosive running backs in LeSean McCoy and Bryce Brown being on the roster. Philly’s real challenge in 2013 will be figuring out if Vick is the answer at quarterback, and if their defense can improve via a transition to a 3-4 scheme, however.

6-12-13:New head coach Chip Kelly comes in for long-time coach Andy Reid (who was let go), and with him comes what is expected to be a high-octane offense. It remains to be seen if it’s Michael Vick, Nick Foles or a brand new quarterback that runs Kelly’s offense, but one thing fans can probably bank on is an exciting brand of football and a competitive team overall.

Eagles 2013 Draft Overview:

  • Round 1, Pick 4: Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
  • Round 2, Pick 3: Zach Ertz, TE Stanford
  • Round 3, Pick 5: Bennie Logan, DT, Louisiana State
  • Round 4, Pick 1 (from Jacksonville): Matt Barkley, QB, Southern California
  • Round 5, Pick 3: Earl Wolff, SS, N.C. State
  • Round 7, Pick 6 (from Cleveland): Joe Kruger, DE, Utah
  • Round 7, Pick 12 (from Tampa Bay): Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
  • Round 7, Pick 33 (Compensatory Selection): David King, DE, Oklahoma

    1/3/13: The Eagles miserable season continued, as they lost 11 out of their last 12 games, including an embrassing 42-7 thrashing at the hands of the division rival Giants.

    12-4-12: Things seem to keep getting worse for the Philadelphia Eagles. At 3-9, the once self-proclaimed ‘Dream Team’ is out of playoff contention while also trying to break in a new Quarterback. The best hope for meaningful games this season will be in role of spoiler as the Eagles play both the Giants and Redskins as two of their four remaining games. The eagles have lost eight in a row and things do not look to be getting any better. With RB LeSean McCoy out with a concussion and WR DeSean Jackson out for the year, it’s hard to imagine when this team might win again.