Eagles Season Recap: 2017 Will Be Season To Remember Forever In PhillyIn the decades to come, Philadelphia sports fans will remember fondly the 2017 Philadelphia Eagles. It won't be just because the team won the city's first Super Bowl ever; it will be because of the way the Eagles did it. In true Philly underdog fashion, these Eagles overcame adversity to win with bold moves and a no-fear attitude. These Super Bowl champion Eagles fit their city image to perfection.
Eagles SB Team Grades: Complete Effort To Last Whistle Secures Philly's First Super Bowl WinIn one of the best Super Bowl games ever played, the Philadelphia Eagles came out on top, 41-33, beating the defending champion New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who started the season as the backup, won the Most Valuable Player honors by completing 28 passes for 373 yards and three touchdowns, but the Philly defense came up with the big plays late to stifle the Patriots offense.
Eagles Team Headlines: Doug Pederson Already Rivals Legacy Of Andy ReidIn just his second season as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Doug Pederson has risen to the highest level of achievement reached by Andy Reid. Can Pederson supplant Reid with a Super Bowl victory?
Eagles Team Grades: Eagles Ace NFC Championship Test With Dominating Victory Over VikingsThe Philadelphia Eagles are heading to the Super Bowl thanks to one of the most dominating all-around team performances in franchise history.
Eagles Grades: Defense Pitches Second-Half Shutout, Nick Foles Gets Job Done Vs. FalconsThe Eagles defense delivered in a hard-fought 15-10 victory over the Falcons in the NFC Divisional Round Playoff matchup.
For Better Or Worse, Eagles Will Ride With Nick Foles In PlayoffsThe Eagles have no other realistic option than to hope for the best with Nick Foles in the NFL Playoffs.
Boomer Between the Games: Week 1 Preview With Phil SimmsFormer NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason talks with NFL on CBS analyst Phil Simms about 2016 NFL season on Boomer Between the Games.