Zero, they lost to the Pats in 2004, and to the Raiders in 1980.
None. They have gone to two Superbowls with no wins.
i believe its 3 nfl championships not superbowls
The Philidelphia Eagles have been in two superbowls:
Zero. They have never won a Super Bowl.
The Eagles have never won a Super Bowl.
The eagles appeared in the super bowl in 1980, & again in 2004. They lost both times
0 they did when the championship before it was called the super bowl
The Philadelphia Eagles Have not won a Super Bowl in Two Appearances.
The Green Bay Packers have won 4 Lombardi trophies. Super Bowl I in 1967, Super Bowl II in 1968, Super Bowl XXXI (31) in 1997, and the this year's, Super Bowl XLV (45). They lost Super Bowl XXXII (32) in 1998. 4-1 overall
9 plus 6 superbowls The above is untrue. The Eagles won the World Championship 3 times (1948, 1949 and 1960) before it became known as the Super Bowl. Since then, they haven't won any championships. No Super Bowls. Period. Just to clarify, a Super Bowl and NFL Championship are the same thing. There is no difference besides the name. Some will say it is because of the AFL- NFL merger but if that is true you would have to discount most of the Boston Celtics titles since most were won before the ABA-NBA merger. People still count them because the title game name remains the same. The second reason used is that the 3 championships were won long ago. If that statement is true then we would also have to discount the Yankees World Series titles since many of them were won 80 to 90 years ago, but again their not due to no name change. So it would seem one uses the lack of Super Bowl wins as a way to win an argument and that is it.