The Schedule in 2013
The Philadelphia Eagles are ready to fly high this season when they hit the field to take
on some of the best teams in the National Football League. The Eagles have a roster brimming with talent on both sides of
the ball, and are hoping that can propel them into the upper echelon of teams in the NFC. With some big games on their home
schedule this season, fans are clamoring to gain access to Lincoln Financial Field for some of these great matchups.
Eagles have a big divisional game on November 17th when they host the Washington Redskins. The Redskins come to town with
quarterback Robert Griffin III leading the charge. RGIII had a fantastic rookie season in 2012, and will be looking to torch
the Philly secondary in this contest. Containing Griffin will be the key to victory for the Eagles in this one, so their defense
is going to have to come up big.
December 22nd holds another tough matchup for the Eagles, as it's when the Chicago
Bears come to Philadelphia. This is the last home game of the regular season for the Eagles, and it could be a make or break
contest when it comes to advancing to the postseason. The Eagles top priority will likely to be to make things hard on running
back Matt Forte, who has established himself as one of the best and most versatile running backs in the National Football
The Philadelphia Eagles are a member of the National Football League and compete in the
NFC East division. The NFC East also includes the Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins and New York Giants, and is often one
of the most competitive divisions in football. The Eagles are looking to soar to the top of the standings with a dynamic offense
that was designed by new head coach Chip Kelly. Kelly was hailed as an offensive mastermind during his time at Oregon, but
now he needs to prove that he can coach in the NFL.
The Philadelphia offense is built around LeSean McCoy, one of the
best running backs in the league. McCoy is looking to have a bounce-back 213 campaign after being injured for much of 2012.
If the Eagles can get steady quarterback play, there's a good chance that they'll be in the hunt for the NFC East title this
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports
have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete
at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some
of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares
to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
National Football League is the premier sports league in the United States of America for a reason, as it boasts some of the
most incredible athletes known to man. The NFL has become renowned for its brand of exciting football that you can't find
anywhere else in the world. With quarterbacks that can put the ball anywhere on the field, running backs that can make a move
to avoid a defender and be on a breakaway for the end zone in no time, receivers that routinely make highlight reel catches
and defensive players that put some of the hardest hits on opponents game in and game out, the NFL is simply the cream of
the crop when it comes to a sports-watching experience.
People from all over the world love the National Football League,
and there is even talk of the NFL going global. There are already multiple games played in London, England each and every
season, and many people thinks it's only a matter of time before the league has teams based in Europe. The NFL is taking over
for a reason, because it's simply riveting to see a game in person when these amazing athletes hit the field to do battle
on the gridiron.
The Philadelphia Eagles have retired the number 92 in honor of one of the best
players in the history of the National Football League. Who was that player?
The answer is Reggie White, who dominated
opponents for the Eagles for years.
The Philadelphia Eagles were formed in 1931 when the local
Philadelphia team at the time went bankrupt. The team struggled early on, but began to thrive in the 1940s, winning the NFL
Championship in 1948 and 1949. The Eagles have made the postseason more than 20 times throughout their history, and been to
the Super Bowl twice, though to date they've been unable to win the big game.