For the 1943 season, the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh franchises combined due to a player shortage during World War II. The team was officially called “Phil-Pitt” but came to be known as the “Steagles.”
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TheEagleshave won four NFL championships and one Super Bowl. Their previous titles came before the Super Bowl era (1948, 1949, 1960).
In 1978, theEaglespulled out an improbable win over the New York Giants after the Giants fumbled the football in the final seconds while attempting to run out the clock. The game was labeled “The Miracle at the Meadowlands,” and is credited with popularizing the “quarterback kneel.”
TheEagleswon their first Super Bowl in 2018, defeating the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII. Quarterback Nick Foles, playing in place of injured starter Carson Wentz, was named Super Bowl MVP.
Seasons: 89 (1933-2021)
Winningest Coach: (W-L-T)Andy Reid 130-93-1
Super Bowl Titles: 1
Record going into 2021 season: (W-L-T) 590-619-27
Playoff Record: 23-23
Most Career Yards Rushing: LeSean McCoy, 6,792 (2009-14)
Most Career Yards Passing: Donovan McNabb, 32,873(1999-2009)
Most Career Receptions: Harold Carmichael, 589 (1971-83)
Most Career Sacks: Reggie White, 124(1985-92)
Most Career Interceptions: Eric Allen (1988-94), Bill Bradley (1969-76), Brian Dawkins (1996-2008), 34
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