The Eagles joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1933. Their first winning season was 1944 when they went 7-1-2. The previous season, 1943, they went 5-4-1 however they had merged with the Pittsburgh Steelers and were known as the Philadelphia Steagles.
The Eagles joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1933.
The NFL awarded an expansion franchise to Bert Bell and Lud Wray, founders of the Eagles, in late 1932 for $2,500. The Eagles first season of play in the NFL was 1933.
The Philadelphia Eagles were incorporated into the NFL in 1933. They play in the NFC East division.
The Eagles' quarterback was Donovan McNabb.
The Steelers first playoff appearance was in 1947. They lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 21-0.
The Philadelphia Eagles have only reached the Super Bowl two times losing both. The first was on Jan 25, 1981 (Super Bowl XV) to the Oakland Raiders and the second was on Feb 6, 2005 (Super Bowl XXXIX) to the New England Patriots.
The Philadelphia Eagles finished the regular season with a 12-4 record, then defeated Minnesota, 31-16, and Dallas, 20-7, to get into their first Super Bowl.
The Los Angeles Raiders.
The Eagles went to the Super Bowl in 1980 and 2004.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been to the Super Bowl twice.Their first appearance was in Super Bowl XV, which took place on Sunday, January 25, 1981.Super Bowl XV Oakland Raiders - 27 (Jim Plunkett, Stanford)Philadelphia Eagles - 10 (Ron Jaworski, Youngstown State)Location: Louisana Superdome, New Orleans, LADate: 1/25/1981MVP: Jim Plunkett, QB, OaklandHead Coaches:OAK - Tom FloresPHI - Dick VermeilThe Eagles second appearance in the NFL's title game came in Super Bowl XXXIX, which took place on Sunday, February 6, 2005.Super Bowl XXXIX New England Patriots - 24 (Tom Brady, University of Michigan)Philadelphia Eagles - 21 (Donovan McNabb, Syracuse)Location: Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, FLDate: 2/6/2005MVP: Deion Branch, WR, New EnglandHead Coaches:NE - Bill BelichickPHI - Andy Reid
Ron Jaworski was the starting QB for the Eagles in the first Super Bowl (SB XV).
Bert Bell was the original coach for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1933. He played football himself at the University of Philadelphia as the quarterback.
Reggie White was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the first round of the 1984 NFLSupplemental Draft.