The Philadelphia Eagles are an American football team headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Eagles are a member of the National Football Conference (NFC) East division of the National Football League (NFL). Lincoln Financial Field is the team’s home ground.
When a syndicate led by Bert Bell secured the rights to an NFL club in Philadelphia, the franchise was created in 1933 as a substitute for the insolvent Frankford Yellow Jackets.
The Eagles have made the playoffs 27 times since their inception, winning 14 division titles 11 in the NFC East, and appearing in four pre-merger NFL Championship Games, winning three of them.
The New York Giants have been a fierce competition for the team. This was the oldest rivalry in the NFC East, and one of the oldest in the entire NFL. According to NFL Network, it is the greatest rivalry of all time, Sports Illustrated ranks it fourth best rivalry in the NFL, and ESPN, it is one of the most ferocious and well-known rivalries in the American football community.
They also have a savage rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys, which has grown in prominence since the 1960s, as well as a long history with the Washington Football Team.
Philadelphia Eagles’ worst record?
The Eagles finished with a 3–13 record, their worst in franchise history, and were ranked dead bottom in a slew of offensive metrics.