Established in 1933 as a replacement for the bankrupt Frankford Yellow Jackets, the Philadelphia Eagles are American an American football team based in Philadelphia. The New York Giants are considered as their biggest rivals in the National Football League. According to Forbes, the team has valued the club at $2.65 billion, ranking them 10th among NFL teams in value



Who Are Philadelphia Eagles Best Place Kickers in History

David Akers

Philadelphia star, David Akers played the National Football League (NFL) for sixteen (16) seasons. During his occupancy with the Eagles, he proved to be one of the biggest special teams surprises in all of the NFL that season. He made 29 out of 33 field goals (an 87.9% success rate) and had a team record of 121 points. Akers earned the NFC Special Teams Player of the Month award in November 2000.

Career accomplishments: 
5× Pro Bowl (2001, 2002, 2004, 2009-2010)
2001 first-team All-Pro
4× Second-team All-Pro (2002, 2004, 2009, 2010)
Philadelphia Eagles all-time leading scorer
Philadelphia Eagles 75th Anniversary Team
NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame
NFL season record for points scored by a kicker (166)
NFL season record for field goals (44)
Inducted into Kentucky Pro Football HOF (2004)
Inducted into Philadelphia Eagles HOF (2017)



Jake Elliott

Elliot joined the Philadelphia Eagles on September 12, 2017, off the Bengals’ practice squad after the Eagles’ starting kicker, Caleb Sturgis, was placed on the injured reserve.

Career accomplishments: 
Super Bowl champion (LII)

Longest field goal: 61 yards
Most 50-plus yard field goals made in a season: 5
Longest field goal in the playoffs: 53 yards
Longest field goal in a Super Bowl: 46 yards

Tom Dempsey

Thomas John Dempsey was an American football player who was a placekicker in the National Football League (NFL) for the New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams, Houston Oilers, and Buffalo Bills. Dissimilar to the “soccer-style” approach which was turning out to be increasingly more generally utilized during his vocation, Dempsey’s kicking style was the then-standard straight-toe style. With the Saints in 1970, he made a 63-yard field objective, setting an NFL record that represented more than 40 years.

Tony Franklin

Franklin was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the third round of the 1979 NFL Draft. He was credited with the fourth longest field objective (at that point) in NFL history during his tenderfoot year with the Eagles, a 59-yarder at Dallas on November 12, 1979. Franklin played in Super Bowl XV and kicked a 30-yard field objective.

Sam Baker

Pastry specialist stayed with the Philadelphia Eagles for the last six periods of his profession. He played in the 1964 and 1968 Pro Bowls. He was deferred on September 2, 1970. After resigning he was the subsequent scorer (977 focuses) in NFL history and held the record of scoring in 110 straight games. He played for 15 seasons, making in excess of 700 dropkicks and 179 field objectives.

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