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Philadelphia Eagles


2009 Philadelphia Eagles Football Information:

2009 is going to be an exciting year for the Philadelphia Eagles. They came tantalizingly close to winning the NFC Championship Game and going to the Super Bowl in 2009. Now they return the core of their team for the 2009 campaign that might have Philly fans partying in downtown Miami at the end of the Eagles season. The 2009 Eagles are going to rely on their veteran one-two punch on offense of Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook. Westbrook is one of the top running backs in the entire NFL and McNabb is a quarterback who continues to play at a high-level after many experts had written him off. Joining them on the offense are explosive wide receiver DeSean Jackson and steady, reliable kicker David Akers. On defense Head Coach Andy Reid will rely on a host of talented players to make the Eagles D go. Cornerback Assante Samuel is one of the top players on the Philly defense, so he’ll be counted on to be a difference maker. If the Eagles defense plays up to their potential and the offense is clicking, then look out for Philadelphia in 2009.


Founded: 1933
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
Conference: NFC East
Rivals: Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers
Owners: Jeffrey Lurie(1994)
Mascot: Swoop
Notable Players: Randall Cunningham, Jerry Sisemore and Reggie Whitegie White

The Philadelphia Eagles play football in the East Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The team traces its history back to 1933 and the defunct Frankford Yellow Jackets franchise. The Eagles have some of the toughest rivalries in the NFL with their divisional rivals the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, and Washington Redskins. The Eagles saw success in the late 80s and 90s under Buddy Ryan and the Gang Greenrd defense as well as the offense led by Randall Cunningham. Philadelphia has been a playoff fixture and division leader for much of the last two decades. Wersll see how they bounce back from the past seasons injuries and losses.

The Philadelphia Eagles play their home games at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvnia. The Linc holds over 68,500 fans and has seen some memorable moments in Eagles history. Most recently the NFC Wild Card game in 2007, when the Eagles were able to pull out a win over the Giants with a field goal kicked by David Akers as the clock expired. Lincoln Financial Field is a beautifully designed modern stadium with plenty of luxury and club amenities and is a truly fantastic place to see an NFL game.

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