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2014 Philadelphia Eagles ticket preview

Philadelphia Eagles tickets are your chance to see one of the National Football League's most explosive offenses. Coach Chip Kelly has injected plenty of excitement into the Philadelphia Eagles, who aim for their second straight NFC East title in 2014, so you don't want to miss your chance to grab Lincoln Financial Field tickets and see this exciting team in action. Get your Philadelphia Eagles tickets now to see LeSean McCoy and the NFL's top rushing offense mow down the competition in the NFC East. McCoy is surrounded with talented offensive weapons including quarterback Nick Foles, receivers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper, and newcomer Darren Sproles, who is sure to make an impact with electric special teams plays. Rookie receivers Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff add two more dangerous weapons to an offense that set a franchise record for scoring last season. The defense has its share of game-changing players, as well, led by tackle machine DeMeco Ryans, sack man Trent Cole and interception master Brandon Boykin. If you want to see them all wreak havoc on opposing offense, your Philadelphia Eagles tickets are waiting. The NFC East is loaded with great traditional rivalries, meaning Lincoln Financial Field seats are the place to be to see the Washington Redskins, New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys when they visit for key divisional clashes. The defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks will visit Lincoln Financial Field for a clash with the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 14, and those tickets are sure to go fast. If you miss out on that blockbuster game, there are plenty more chances to see exciting action with Philadelphia Eagles tickets, including the season-opener at Lincoln Financial Field against the Jacksonville Jaguars and visits from the St. Louis Rams, Carolina Panthers and Tennessee Titans. The Philadelphia Eagles bowed out of the NFL playoffs early a year ago, but with great fans like you cheering them on from Lincoln Financial Field seats, they're poised to make a run at the Super Bowl in 2014. Philadelphia Eagles fans are among the most loyal in the NFL, so act now to make sure you get your tickets to see them live at Lincoln Financial Field this season.

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12/09: Snow Bowl 2013! - LeSean McCoy set a franchise record running for 217 yards and the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Detroit Lions 34-20 Sunday afternoon amidst a fierce snowstorm.  Detroit had three costly turnovers in the wintry conditions, while the Eagles only turned the ball over once to hold on to the victory.  Nick Foles threw for 179 yards and one touchdown while also rushing for another, but McCoy was the primary reason the Eagles prevailed.  After falling behind 20-14 after a Jeremy Ross kickoff return for a touchdown, McCoy torched the Lions defense for a 57-yard touchdown run.  Foles found Riley Cooper for the two-point conversion and the Eagles never trailed again.  Philadelphia remains in the driver’s seat for the playoffs with three games remaining against Minnesota, Chicago, and Dallas.

10-17-2013: Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to a resounding road victory in Week 6, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-20. Foles threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns while also scampering into the end zone from four yards out for the first score of the day. DeSean Jackson was on the receiving end of two of those touchdowns, while Riley Cooper grabbed the other and also led the team with 120 yards receiving. The Eagles trailed at the half by three points 17-14, but Philadelphia’s defense held rookie quarterback Mike Glennon and the Bucs offense to only three points in the second half. The Eagles are 3-1 on the road through six weeks and tied for the division lead at 3-3. They’ll face the Dallas Cowboys this week at Lincoln Financial Field for sole possession of first place in the NFC East.

Philadelphia Eagles tickets are going fast as fans can’t wait to see the creative offensive plays unveiled by mastermind Chip Kelly, the exciting new coach. Kelly left Oregon for Philadelphia after taking the college football world by storm. NFL coaches routinely visited Oregon to try to learn what made Kelly’s offenses so devastatingly effective. Buy Eagles tickets online and watch Kelly work his magic in the NFL. Kelly’s teams play an incredibly fast and entertaining brand of football, which means Lincoln Financial Field will be the place to be this fall.

Kelly took over a team that had plenty of talent, including quarterback Michael Vick, running back LeSean McCoy, wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin and tight end Brent Celek. So it won’t take Kelly long to field a contender in Philly. The Eagles are known as one of the most consistent and successful franchises in all of sports. Buy Eagles tickets now and witness the excellence firsthand. The Eagles have won three league championships, three conference championships and 11 division titles while making 23 playoff appearances. Under former coach Andy Reid, the Eagles made the playoffs nine times since the year 2000.

The Philadelphia Eagles schedule is teeming with great matchups, starting with NFC East clashes against the Giants, Cowboys and Redskins. The Eagles also host San Diego, Kansas City, Arizona, Detroit and Chicago, so get your Eagles tickets now. Eagles fans are rowdy, loud and demonstrative. There’s nothing like the atmosphere at “The Linc.”

At defensive coordinator, Kelly hired Billy Davis, the former Browns linebackers coach. He’s a 47-year-old guru who has four years of experience as an NFL coordinator and has worked in both the 3-4 and 4-3 schemes. Davis will build behind a terrific defensive line led by Fletcher Cox, Bennie Logan and Antonio Dixon. Linebacker Jamar Chaney and safety Kenny Phillips are big hitters who fit well with Davis’ approach. Buy Philadelphia Eagles tickets now and see this team quickly erase the memory of last year’s 4-12 record.

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After a disappointing 2012-2013 campaign, the Philadelphia Eagles will look to rebound with new coach Chip Kelly from Oregon....After two disappointing seasons, the Eagles fired long time coach Andy Reid...Lots of questions remain for the new season including Who will play quarterback? How many offensive lineman will make an impact? Who will the Eagles draft? Will Chip Kelly be successful  even though he's never coached in the pros?

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Philadelphia Eagles tickets are in major demand as this proud franchise keeps building on a tradition of hard-nosed, winning football. Come to Lincoln Financial to watch the Eagles push another Vince Lombardi trophy.
The Eagles finished with a sterling mark of 11-5 in 2009 but they are not satisfied. In the offseason they traded quarterback Donovan McNabb and handed the reins to strong-armed youngster Kevin Kolb, who surpassed 300 passing yards in each of his two starts last year. The Eagles are one of the most exciting teams in the NFL thanks to their blazing-fast wideouts, DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin, and their dynamic tight end, Brent Celek. You must buy Philadelphia Eagles tickets to watch this amazing trio in action. In 2009, these receivers combined for 194 catches, nearly 3,000 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns.
Up-and-coming runner LeSean McCoy, who galloped for 637 yards and four scores in limited duty, is ready for his breakout season. Coach Andy Reid is the mastermind of this high-powered attack, and you can bet the Eagles will be lighting up the scoreboard all season.
Philadelphia Eagles tickets are your chance to watch the Eagles take on their bitter division rivals, the Dallas Cowboys (Jan. 2), New York Giants (Nov. 21) and Washington Redskins (Oct. 3). The Washington game will be especially momentous because it will mark McNabb’s return to the city that watched him develop into a top-notch quarterback and leader.
The Eagles also have attractive home dates against the Atlanta Falcons (Oct. 17), the Houston Texans (Dec. 2) and the Minnesota Vikings (Dec. 26).
The Eagles have become perennial winners under Reid, who have earned five division titles since he took over in 1999. In 2008, Reid became the 37th head coach in NFL history to reach 100 wins. Reid also has led the Eagles to a Super Bowl appearance.
You must buy Philadelphia Eagles tickets to watch this explosive team pursue another run at the championship. Kolb, a budding star out of the University of Houston, is poised to lead the Eagles to the next level.
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2008 Philadelphia Eagles Tickets

Fans casting their eyes around the NFC East or the NFL in general, should be taking a good look at Philadelphia Eagles tickets. The green monsters of Lincoln Financial Field have run into their share of hard times since their last Super Bowl appearance but does anyone doubt that this franchise will rise again? To be honest, there have been some doubters, but a closer look reveals why Eagles tickets could be your best investment in NFL tickets.

Eagles Tickets = McNabb + Westbrook

One of the biggest questions surrounding Eagles tickets is the health of Donovan McNabb. As chance would have it, McNabb has missed big chunks of time over the last three seasons to injury. Critics claim his body is beat up and he can’t last a full season and it’s time to move on. Others will point to the team’s success under Jeff Garcia and A. J. Feeley as proof that McNabb is better retired than in an Eagles uniform. A quick look at his stats belies that attitude. McNabb missed three games in 2007. Yet he still managed to throw 19 touchdowns versus seven interceptions, amass over 3,000 yards, and finish with a passer rating of 89.9; Hardly the statistics of a has-been. So that question is settled in the minds of most Eagles ticket holders.

More to the point, Philadelphia Eagles tickets bring a huge dose of Brian Westbrook. One of the most versatile players in the NFL, Westbrook put up huge numbers in 2007. His running totals topped 1,300 yards and his seven touchdowns led Philadelphia. Throw in his efforts in the passing game, where he finished first on the team with 90 catches and another five touchdowns, and you’ve got a potential NFL MVP on your hands.

Eagles Tickets and the NFC East

For pure rivalry it’s hard to beat Eagles tickets and the battles in the NFC East. We’re only a year removed from the time when this division sent three teams to the NFL Playoffs. Can you name a better rivalry than Eagles vs. Giants or Cowboys vs. Redskins? We don’t think so. Managing to finish on top of the NFC East is a sure fire shot at the Super Bowl. Just ask the New York Giants, who struggled through their division and managed to beat the previously perfect New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Cast your vote for a winner with Philadelphia Eagles tickets and

Top 10 Reasons to Buy Philadelphia Eagles Tickets

10. Donovan McNabb: After missing the second half of last season, McNabb returns on a mission to punch the Eagles' ticket back to the Super Bowl, just like he did in 2004.

9. Kevin Kolb: In a controversial move, the Eagles took quarterback Kevin Kolb out of Houston in the second round of the NFL Draft. Some Eagles ticket holders booed. Others, who are ready to see McNabb's tenure come to an end, cheered.

8. Quarterback controversy: Nothing adds to the value of football tickets like a good old quarterback controversy. Will McNabb re-establish himself as one the premier signal callers in the NFL? Or will Kolb take over earlier than expected? Find out with 2007 Philadelphia Eagles tickets.

7. Philly cheese steaks: Extra cheese, please! Just make sure you don't drip on your 2007 Philadelphia Eagles tickets.
A staple of the City of Brotherly Love, the Philly cheese steak has been a favorite of Eagles fans for years. 2007 Philadelphia Eagles tickets and Philly cheese steaks are the perfect combination.

6. Lincoln Financial Field: Nicknamed the Linc, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles is one of the top modern stadiums in the NFL. It replaced the worn down Veterans Stadium and continues to provide the Eagles with a true homefield advantage.

5. Brian Westbrook: One of the NFL's most underrated running backs, Westbrook will be looking to build off of last year's career season. If he does, the Eagles could be headed on a Super Bowl run.

4. Defense wins championships: If that old NFL adage proves true, 2007 Philadelphia Eagles tickets could reward fans with a trip to the postseason.

3. 2007 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule: The Eagles schedule is highlighted by an NFC East showdown with the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football. The Eagles schedule also features home dates with Detroit (Sept. 23), Chicago (Oct. 21) and Seattle (Dec. 12).

2. In the Hunt: While the selection of Kolb with the Eagles’ first pick of the second round drew the most attention, the pick-up of Penn State running back Tony Hunt could pay the most dividends.

1. In Reid We Trust: Philadelphia head coach Andy Reid continues to prove he’s one of the top sideline generals in the NFL. He’s got his mind set on returning the Eagles to the top of the NFC.

That loudmouth T.O. has finally flown the coop, and that means big things in the City of Brotherly Love. Finally, it’s Donovan McNabb’s team to lead the way Philly fans with Eagles tickets know he can. So make sure you’re at Lincoln Financial Field for the 2006 NFL season. Whether the Eagles are squaring off against NFC East Division rivals like the Dallas Cowboys, the NY Giants, the Washington Redskins, or any of the other of the elite NFL Teams, can help you get a seat to see the teams that you love the most.

The 2005 season was a roller coaster of a season for the Eagles, who were hampered by key injuries and the media circus that was created by the outspoken Terrell Owens. Owens move to division rival Dallas Cowboys will certainly be a story line that will capture national media attention when the two teams square off against each other during the regular season. Dallas Philadelphia tickets will, without question, be among the toughest tickets to get your hands on for the 2006 season. The Cowboys vs. The Eagles is sure to be one of the marquee matchups of the season.

Ever since the hiring of head coach Andy Reid and the drafting of McNabb in 1999, the Eagles have been at the top of the NFC East Division. They made an impressive appearance in four straight conference championship games, reaching one Super Bowl, where they were defeated by the dynasty team, the New England Patriots and Tom Brady.

The Philadelphia Eagles will be looking to redeem themselves from a last year’s letdown, and now that the injuries have cleared up and the distraction in the locker room has been removed, Reid and McNabb will be focused on winning games and taking a proud team back to the Super Bowl in an attempt to be World Champions. If you want to be there for the key match-ups and to see the talented McNabb lead his team to victories, then head on over to and pick up some Philadelphia Eagles tickets now before the sell out crowds snatch them all up. It’s McNabb’s team now, and that’s music to Philly fans’ ears.



Philadelphia Eagles NFL Playoff Tickets

The Philadelphia Eagles and NFL Playoff tickets weren’t even on the radar after the Eagles lost Donovan McNabb. But realistically, the Eagles were struggling even with McNabb. Philadelphia was hailed as a contender for the NFC East entering the season and doing very little to justify the hoopla. After a 4-1 start, the Eagles dropped games to New Orleans, Tampa Bay, and Jacksonville. After a win at Washington, Philadelphia got blasted by the Titans, lost McNabb for the season, and followed it up with a 21-45 loss to Indianapolis. But backup Jeff Garcia re-ignited the Eagles the next week in Carolina, tossing three touchdown passes in a 27-24 comeback win to put Philly at 6-6. From there it just got better. Garcia led the Eagles to wins over the last five games of the season to give Philadelphia the NFC East Championship. Along the way, running back Brian Westbrook found new life, posting three consecutive 100 yard games.

The Eagles are also the only team in the NFC to put together an impressive winning streak to end the regular season with any kind of momentum. That’s a key element that can’t be overlooked in the chase for NFC Championship tickets. But the real question is: Do the Eagles have enough momentum to carry themselves deep into the playoffs and end up in Miami?

Can the Philadelphia Eagles Earn Super Bowl Tickets?

What are the chances of the Eagles playing their way into the NFC Championship and earning Super Bowl tickets to the game in Miami? What’s to stop them? Philadelphia is on a roll like no other team in the NFC. Jeff Garcia is the perfect fit for Andy Reid’s offense and playing as he did in his glory days in San Francisco. He’s thrown 10 touchdowns and only two interceptions and led the Eagles to the best record in the NFC East, beating three division opponents along the way. Philadelphia is clearly the hottest team in the NFC and earned their NFL Playoff tickets the hard way. Is it just a mirage or are the Eagles another team getting hot and going on a late season run to Super Bowl tickets?

4:15 p.m., Sunday
Lincoln Financial Field

Jeff Garcia has the Eagles flying high. Philly can clinch the NFC East with a win in this game against Atlanta. Coming off an emotional win over Dallas the question is: Can Philadelphia muster the juice to keep Michael Vick in line? The answer is Sunday at Lincoln Financial. We expect the Eagles to keep their momentum and be a strong contender in the playoffs. They’ve got Big Mo, they’re winning convincingly, their ground game is solid, and it just feels like something building in Philadelphia. NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 28, Atlanta Falcons 24
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Brian Westbrook is Philly's key to victory, but Garcia is hot. Either one should get you some fantasy points. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

5:00 p.m., Monday
Texas Stadium

Does it get any better than this? Philadelphia versus Dallas on Christmas Day with the playoffs on the line? Philadelphia has come on strong since being written off after losing Donovan McNabb. QB Jeff Garcia has filled in nicely, and you can bet he has a score to settle against his former teammate in San Francisco, Terrell Owens. This is a must win game for the Eagles, and it should be a barn-burner. NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 35, Philadelphia Eagles 31
(Last Week: 12-4/Season: 171-78)

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8:30 pm, Monday
War Memorial Stadium

Are the Eagles now roasted turkeys with McNabb done for the year? That’s a tough call. They certainly didn’t shine against the Colts. Our question is: Why start Garcia when you’ve got A. J. Feeley? OK, it’s a dumb question but there it is. Let’s look on the bright side. Garcia is a seasoned QB familiar with the offense and still capable of winning in the NFL. The down side? McNabb has been the heart and soul of this team so long nobody on the team believes that can win without him. The fact that they haven’t been winning with him either we won’t mention. The Eagles can still win but it’s time to start thinking about life A.D. (After Donovan) and neither Feeley or Garcia is a viable long term answer. Pray for lightning. NFL Prediction: Carolina Panthers 27, Philadelphia Eagles 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

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8:15 p.m., Sunday
RCA Dome

Eagles coach Andy Reid will have to be a miracle worker in order to get the Eagles to rebound from last week's disaster. Not only did the Tennessee Titans storm in to Lincoln Financial Stadium and upset the Eagles, but also Philly's star signal caller Donovan McNabb was lost for the season with a torn ACL. It was a sad day in the City of Brotherly Love. Now, back-up Jeff Garcia must step in and keep the Eagles' playoff hopes alive. It won't be an easy task this Sunday, as the Eagles must contend with Peyton Manning and the high-scoring Colts. The beginning of the end for the Eagles begins Sunday night in Indianapolis. NFL Prediction: Indianapolis 31, Philadelphia 28
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

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1 p.m., Sunday
Lincoln Financial Field

It took an erratic Redskins team to end the Eagles 3-game losing streak. Is that enough to put Philadelphia back on the map in the NFC East? Well, the Eagles are tied with Dallas at 5-4 and both are trailing the Giants by a game. With New York’s defense ailing the NFC East is once again a wide open division. It lacks only a decisive, consistent team to take the forefront. The Eagles will have their chance against Tennessee, a much easier route than the Giants have against Jacksonville or the Cowboys against Indy. The return of Donte Stallworth is also a big plus for Philly. So the motivation is there. The question is: Which Eagles team is going to show up? NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 24, Tennessee Titans 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Donte Stallworth had a big game last week. If he’s healthy (always a factor with Stallworth) he’ll light up the Titans secondary. (Last Week – Donovan McNabb – 12 of 26, 222 yards, 1 TD ) is your source every week of the 2006 NFL season for game predictions, fantasy football tickets to victory and all the NFL football tickets you need for the upcoming weekend.
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Lincoln Financial Field

The Eagles should ask the NFL to cut game time by two minutes. Two weeks in a row the Eagles have been clipped by an NFC South team on the last play of the game. McNabb, who was red hot at the beginning of the year, seems to be losing his grip, making poor decisions and tossing interceptions. He'll have to get that corrected quickly and it looks like this week is a good time to start. The NFC East is beginning to clear up and if the Eagles want to be in the hunt, they can't afford to lose many more. NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 28, Jacksonville Jaguars 20
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Go with the hottest hand in the NFL, QB Donovan McNabb. (Last Week: McNabb - 22 of 35 for 302 yards, 3 TDs, 3 Int)

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1 p.m., Sunday
Lincoln Financial Field

It’s do or die time for the Philadelphia Eagles. If this team is going to justify the pre-season hype they have to get started now. In a major slump you’d think the Redskins would be just what the doctor ordered. But this Washington team is fresh from a major comeback win over the Cowboys and has to be pumped up and feeling good about themselves. The NFC East race is as tight as it’s been in years and every game is a big game right now. Don’t miss this one! NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 24, Washington Redskins 17
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

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1:00 p.m., Sunday
Raymond James Stadium

Without a doubt, the Eagles are one of the best teams in football right now. On top of the NFC East despite losing to the Saints last week, the Eagles will be out for a little revenge against the NFC South this week in their match up with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs showed that they hang with the NFL elite last week against the Bengals, so don't expect this to be a lock for the Eagles. Donovan McNabb will face off against a tough defense, and will need to bring everything he has. Which, if you have seen the Iggles play recently, is a whole heck of a lot. The number one quarterback in the league has a ton of weapons and uses every single one of them will skill and precision. NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 35, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Go with the hottest hand in the NFL, QB Donovan McNabb. (Last Week: McNabb - 19 of 32 for 247 yards, 2 TDs, 1 Int)

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4:15 p.m., Sunday
Lincoln Financial Field

Coming off a rumble in the park against the Packers the Philadelphia Eagles now have to contend with NFC East rival Dallas. Drew Bledsoe is hot. Terry Glenn is hot. Bill Parcels is always hot under the collar. But the biggest show, no doubt, is T.O.’s return to Philadelphia. Eagles fans will be in rare form when the most loved and hated man in Philly hits the field. All eyes are on the City of Brotherly Love as the fireworks show called T.O. hits town. NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 27 Dallas Cowboys 20
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb (Last Week: Donovan McNabb – 16-30, 288 yards, 4 TD’s)

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vs. San Francisco 4:15, Sunday
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The Philadelphia Eagles are still smarting over their overtime loss to the New York Giants. The Eagles ticket to staying on pace in the NFC East is a win at Monster Park. But the 49ers are now riding high after pasting a 20-13 loss on the Rams. A loss would be devastating to Philadelphia and put them in a divisional hole. A win for San Francisco puts the 49ers on the map in the NFC West. It’s Alex Smith and an up and coming 49ers offense vs. Donovan McNabb and the Eagles high flying attack. Don’t miss this one. NFL football prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 28, San Francisco 49ers 17 (Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy football ticket to victory: Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb (Last Week: Donovan McNabb - 27-45, 350 yards. 2 TD’s.)

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