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Philadelphia Eagles Tickets Information
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
1 Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Super Bowl Appearances: 1980 (XV), 2004 (XXXIX)
Notable players: LeSean McCoy (RB), Nick Foles (QB), Trent Cole (OLB)
Rivals: New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys
Philadelphia Eagles tickets give you a chance to see a team that has had everything shy of a Super Bowl title throughout their 80 seasons in the NFL, including three NFL Championships in the pre-Super Bowl era (before 1970) and two Super Bowl appearances. The team, whose fans agonize over its inability to finish a season with a Super Bowl win, underwent some major changes—both intentional and otherwise—and found success in the 2013 season, winning the NFC East division championships.
After a hamstring injury took starting quarterback Michael Vick out in the early 2013 season, backup QB Nick Foles stepped up to replace him. Foles, in his second NFL season, ended up leading the NFL in passer rating with the third best in NFL history, tying the NFL record for most touchdown passes in a game (at 7), finishing the season with 27 touchdown passes and 2 interceptions, the best TD-INT ratio in NFL history, and winning the Pro Bowl MVP. The 2013 season also marked a change in the coaching staff, as the Eagles brought on new head coach Chip Kelly, who came to the Eagles from the University of Oregon. Many credited Kelly’s offensive strategy to the team’s success, ahead of the talent of players like Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy. McCoy also stood out in the NFL, finishing the season as the leading rusher in the league, with 1,607 yards.
In addition to developing a new star quarterback, maintaining a star running back, and adding a new coach, the Eagles took quarterback Mark Sanchez and linebacker Marcus Smith in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. Sanchez will join Matt Barkley as a candidate for backup QB, a position coach Kelly prefers to keep strong. The Eagles also added Malcolm Jenkins, who will likely become the first dependable safety the team has had since Brian Dawkins left in 2008.
Altogether the Eagles are developing an amazingly strong football team coming into the 2014 season. Whether you are a die-hard fan from Philly or a bandwagon fan from Montreal, this season is the one to watch a Philadelphia Eagles game live as they prove themselves to their fans. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are on sale now, so check the game schedule to find out when you can be part of Eagles history, hopefully.
Philadelphia Eagles Rivals
Eagles v. Giants
The rivalry between the Eagles and the New York Giants is not just a long-standing rivalry between two NFL teams—it is a rivalry between two cities. The New York-Philadelphia rivalry can also be found among the biggest rivalries in baseball, between the Mets and Phillies, and in hockey, between the Flyers and Rangers. The Eagles-Giants rivalry is, however, the longest. The two teams, now both part of the NFC East, have played in the same division every year since 1933, when the Eagles were first established. Out of a total 164 meetings, the Giants lead the all-time series 85-77 and two ties. But more recently the Eagles have taken charge, with an 18-13 lead since 2000. The Eagles also won two of the last three playoff meetings with the Giants. The old rivalry features several memorable moments, such as a fumble as the Giants lead the Eagles 17-12 with 20 seconds to go, resulting in a touchdown that lead to an Eagles victory—a play affectionately referred to by Eagles fans as “The Miracle at the Meadowlands” (less-affectionately by Giants fans as “The Fumble”).
Eagles v. Cowboys
The NFC East, known for its bitterly contested games, has had a history of tough, important matchups between the Eagles and the Cowboys. The teams’ infamous meetings include a game referred to as the “Bounty Bowl,” in which Eagles players and coaches were alleged to have put a bounty on Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman and kicker Luis Zendejas, and a rematch “Bounty Bowl II.” The Cowboys, however, are not the team they used to be. The team shares the record for most Super Bowl appearances at 8, and the second most Super Bowl wins at 5, but hasn’t been to one since 1995. However, though they may not be a dominating force among the entire league, the Cowboys are still major contenders in the division. The Eagles and Cowboys, along with the Giants, always fight hard to clinch the division.
Philadelphia Eagles Schedule 2014
The Eagles surprised many football fans with their successful season last year and are looking to prove that wasn’t a fluke in 2014. They will face their NFC East Rivals the New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins over six weeks, but will also take on the NFC West and AFC South outside the division. Take a look at the entire Philadelphia Eagles schedule to find the right games for you.
Key Home Games
Week 6 vs. New York Giants - Eagles-Giants games always get feisty, and a revamped Giants team that hasn’t tasted the playoffs in two years will be hungry to knock off Philadelphia on their home turf.
Week 14 vs. Seattle Seahawks - The reigning Super Bowl champions will fly to Lincoln Financial Field for a high-powered showdown. Both defenses will be tested by great offensive players like Russell Wilson and LeSean McCoy.
Week 15 vs. Dallas Cowboys - A division title could be on the line here in this late-season matchup. Tony Romo and the Cowboys have taken the last two meetings in Philly, and the Eagles will want to change that.