Philadelphia Eagles Tickets
The Philadelphia Eagles is a professional NFL team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Since its formation in 1993, the franchise has won three national titles. The team shares an intense rivalry with the New York Giants and this rivalry is the oldest in the NFC East Conference. It has been ranked by the NFL Network as the most intense rivalry of all times in sporting history. The Eagles have delivered highly entertaining and suspense-filled face-offs with the Giants which have gained them a great fan following. They are competitive with other teams as well such as the Washington Redskins, Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburg Steelers.
For many years, the Eagles have worked towards the goal of qualifying for the Super Bowl. While that has yet to be seen, they have successfully defeated the Giants 34-29 on December 17th 2017. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are being purchased by fans who are excited to see how the Eagles fair in 2018
Philadelphia Eagles Tickets
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The professional American football team - Philadelphia Eagles is headquartered in the City of Philadelphia. It is a member of the East Division of the NFC (National Football Conference) in the NFL (National Football League). The team is named for the 'Blue Eagle', which is a sign designed for the New Deal stimulus programs started in the Great Depression era. The name of the team is often shortened to just the Eagles. The Philadelphia Eagles logo features a white head of a bald eagle that is drawn in a less realistic and more cartoon-based style, and the name appears in block letters. The team colors are Midnight Green, Charcoal, Black, Silver, and White. Earlier, the team's mascot used to be a Blitz, but that was changed to Swoop in 1988. There are other versions of Swoop also, all mascots at three American colleges, including the Emory University. During every NFL regular season, Swoop recurrently appears as an animated character in the weekly Eagles Kids Club TV show. In fact, the animated version of Swoop has been hosting the show since its debut in the year of 2005.
It has been noted time and again that Philadelphia Eagles has one of the most loyal fans from all around the nation, and there are various studies that have proven this. Whenever there is an Eagles touchdown at home and before the team is introduced prior to kickoff, the fans are heard singing out loud the team's fight song - Fly, Eagles Fly.
Ever since the inception of the Eagles, the team has won three NFL titles, while making it to the Super Bowl twice. However, they lost both the times, first to the Oakland Raiders in 1980 and then in 2004 to the New England Patriots. There are several names of the Eagles players who have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including Chuck Bednarik, Pete Pihos, Tommy McDonald, Reggie White, Bob Brown, Steve Van Buren, Earle "Greasy" Neale, Norm Van Brocklin and Sonny Jurgensen.Being established in 1933, the club was basically a replacement for the bankrupt Frankford Yellow Jackets. Over the years, the Eagles team has seen many ups and downs, winning three league titles (1948, 1949, 1960), three conference championships (1960, 1980, 2004), 11 division championships, and making 22 playoff appearances.
So far, 2000s has proven to be the most beneficial decade for the team, as the Philadelphia Eagles achieved the NFC East five times in six years between 2001 and 2006. The team has spawned many gifted team players as well, including DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. While Maclin demonstrated some serious promise in 2009, Jackson has developed himself into one of the NFL's premier playmakers. Landing these two landed wide receivers, along many other talented players, the Eagles is a team that is a must watch this season!
As the 2010 season arrives, the shortage of Philadelphia Eagles Tickets is expected in the market. It is advisable for all the loyal Eagles fans to get their tickets beforehand, in order to catch the action live!
Philadelphia Eagles Rivals
The Dallas Cowboys
The Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys have been going at it for over three decades now and the rivalry between these two is one of the most talked about in the NFL. These two sides met each for the first time on the football field on September 30, 1960 and that encounter was won by the Eagles 27-25. The Eagles and the Cowboys have played each other in one hundred and fifteen games, with the Cowboys leading the head to head 65-51.
The New York Giants
There is no love lost between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants either. The rivalry began to develop between these two teams in the 1930s but it really came to the fore during the next two decades. They have been members of the same division since all the way back in 1933. On top of that, the geographical locations of both cities play a big part in the rivalry and that is something that holds true for MLB and NHL too. The Giants lead the regular season head to head record 86-83 whereas in the postseason, these two behemoths are tied at 2 wins apiece.
The Washington Redskins
The Philadelphia Eagles do not like the Washington Redskins and the dislike is mutual. The animosity between the two stems from the close geographical location of both cities. The Redskins are in the ascendency in the regular season head to head record by 85-75. These two teams have met in the playoffs only once and that clash was won by the Redskins.
The Pittsburgh Steelers
The Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers met for the first time in 1933. The games between them are also known as “The Battle of Pennsylvania” since these two sides both are based in the same state. The Eagles have squared off against the Steelers on seventy nine occasions (including playoffs) and lead the head to head record 48-28-3.
How many times have the Eagles won the Super Bowl?
As of 2017, the Philadelphia Eagles have not a Super Bowl.
How did the Eagles football team get their name?
The Philadelphia Eagles were named in honor of the symbol of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s National Recovery Act of 1933. The act allowed for the President to directly regulate industries for fair prices as well as wages. This rebranding was done by the team founders and coaches Lud Wray and Bert Bell.
Who is the owner of the Eagles?
Jeffery Lurie and Christina Weiss Lurie are the current owners of the Philadelphia Eagles. They have owned the Eagles since 1994.
Eagles vs. Raiders, Dec 25 in Philadelphia
Lincoln Financial Field will be buzzing with the fans of home team as they take on the in-form Oakland Raiders. Eagles vs. Raiders, Dec 25 in Philadelphia – is one of the most anticipated matchups. Raiders’ defense has been top class in their recent games and they can surely give the Eagles a tough time. An evenly matched faceoff, taking place on Christmas day, is likely to draw in a huge crowd. The tickets are selling out fast so if you plan on attending the live game then rush for your share.
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PHILADELPHIA EAGLES NEWS AND UPDATES
The Eagles Down the Falcons
The Philadelphia Eagles have downed the Atlanta Falcons in a low scoring game 15-10 to qualify for the NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Eagles have missed the playoffs in each of the last three seasons but they have made it count this year. The Falcons were looking to make it to the Super Bowl for the second time in as many years after coming agonizingly close to winning the biggest title in the sport last time around. The Eagles were having none of it and in front of their passionate home crowd at the Lincoln Financial Field delivered a solid performance to earn the right to headline the NFC Championship encounter.
The Philadelphia Eagles will have home field advantage in the playoffs
The Philadelphia Eagles will have home-field advantage in the playoffs this season. On December 25, 2017 the Eagles were up against the Raiders and won 19-10 thanks to Jake Elliot scoring a 48 yard field goal in the final minutes of the contest. The Eagles offense struggled for much of the game but the defense turned up to force five turnovers and push the Eagles over the line. The Eagles are now 13-2 while the Raiders went 6-9 for the season. It was also the Raiders’ third straight loss. The Eagles are flying and they will be looking to go deep in the postseason this time around.
It is confirmed: Carson Wentz has a torn ACL
It has been confirmed that Carson Wentz has a torn ACL. The news has come at the worst possible time for the Wentz and the Eagles. The Eagles had been flying this season and a lot of that was down to Wentz delivering some stellar performances. Now his season is over. There are also fears that Wentz might not be fit in time for the start of the 2018 season either since an ACL injury is a serious one and can take between nine months to a year to recover from it.
The Philadelphia Eagles are NFC East champions
The Philadelphia Eagles win over the Los Angeles Rams has most probably ended Carson Wentz’s season but the win also means that they are not NFC East Champions. This is their first division crown since 2013. The Eagles have been among the favorites to win the Super Bowl this season but now they will have to do it without Wentz in the line-up. If the Eagles lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy at the end of the season, then that will be their first Super Bowl triumph. The last time they won the NFL title was in 1960, a full six years before the first Super Bowl was played.
Carson Wentz to have an MRI Scan
It looks like this will be the end Carson Wentz’s season. The Eagles quarterback has had a stellar campaign but according to news coming in, the Eagles’ management thinks that has torn his ACL. Wentz got injured in the Eagles 43-35 win over the Rams on December 10 and now he will have to undergo an MRI scan to see the extent of the damage. Nick Foles replaced him for the rest of the game and it looks like he will be playing a lot more regularly now that Wentz is injured. Wentz injury is a huge blow to the Eagles and now it will be interesting to see how they fare in the upcoming weeks without their star QB.
Philadelphia Eagles down the Washington Redskins
The Philadelphia Eagles keep on soaring to new heights this season. In the latest installment of Monday Night Football on October 23, 2017, the Eagles downed the Washington Redskins 34-24 at the Lincoln Financial Field. As a result of that victory, the Eagles are now 6-1 this season. The star of the show was Carson Wentz who recorded four touchdown passes and notched up an impressive two hundred and sixty eight passing yards. Up next for the Eagles are the San Francisco 49ers and going by current form, the 49ers should not put much of a challenge.
Philadelphia Eagles Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Philadelphia Eagles tickets is $272. The date and location for this event is 27-Dec-20 at AT&T Stadium, Arlington. The minimum get-in price for Philadelphia Eagles tickets is $92.
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|Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles||Arlington||27-Dec-20||$272||$92|
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