Philadelphia Eagles History

The Philadelphia Eagles are in their ninetieth season, playing their home games at Lincoln Financial Field, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since 2003. The Eagles are led by head coach Nick Sirianni since 2021.

The Eagles have won four championships in their history, most recently in 2017.

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Franchise Award Winners

During their existence, they have had three people win Coach of the Year: Andy Reid, (2002); Ray Rhodes, (1995); Lawrence "Buck" Shaw, (1960).

During their careers, multiple players have won awards for the team: Norm Van Brocklin won the Most Valuable Player in 1960; Roman Gabriel won the Comeback Player of the Year in 1973; Michael Vick won the Comeback Player of the Year in 2010; Randall Cunningham won the Comeback Player of the Year in 1992; Jim McMahon won the Comeback Player of the Year in 1991; Reggie White won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 1987.

Philadelphia Eagles by the Decades

1930s

The Philadelphia Eagles' inaugural season was 1933. During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 18-54-3 during the regular season and not a single game in the playoffs. They played their home games at Baker Bowl (1933-1935) and Philadelphia Municipal Stadium (1936-1939). They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 5th in the East division with a win percentage of 26%.

1940s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 58-47-5 during the regular season and 3-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Shibe Park (1940), John F. Kennedy Stadium (1941), and Shibe Park (1942-1949). They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 3rd in the East division with a win percentage of 55%. They won two league championships in 1948 and 1949. In 1943, the Eagles changed their name from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Phi/Pit Eagles/Steelers.

1950s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 51-64-5 during the regular season and not a single game in the playoffs. They played their home games at Connie Mack Stadium (1950-1957) and Franklin Field (1958-1959). They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 4th in the East division with a win percentage of 43% and ranked 3rd in the American division with a win percentage of 47%.

1960s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 57-76-5 during the regular season and 1-0 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Franklin Field. They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 5th in the East division with a win percentage of 48% and ranked 4th in the Capitol division with a win percentage of 31%. They won one league championship in 1960.

1970s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 56-84-4 during the regular season and 1-2 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Franklin Field (1970) and Veterans Stadium (1971-1979). They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 4th in the NFC East division with a win percentage of 40%.

1980s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 76-74-2 during the regular season and 2-4 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Veterans Stadium. They won two division titles. The Eagles ranked 4th in the NFC East division with a win percentage of 51%.

1990s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 80-79-1 during the regular season and 2-4 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Veterans Stadium. They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 3rd in the NFC East division with a win percentage of 50%.

2000s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 103-56-1 during the regular season and 10-8 in the playoffs. In fact, the one hundred and three wins represents the most wins in a decade for the Eagles. They played their home games at Veterans Stadium (2000-2002) and Lincoln Financial Field (2003-2009). They won five division titles. The Eagles ranked 1st in the NFC East division with a win percentage of 65%.

2010s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 87-73-0 during the regular season and 4-4 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lincoln Financial Field. They won four division titles. The Eagles ranked 1st in the NFC East division with a win percentage of 54%. They won one Super Bowl in 2017.

2020s

During the decade, the Eagles had a record of 16-19-1 during the regular season and 0-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at Lincoln Financial Field. They won zero division titles. The Eagles ranked 2nd in the NFC East division with a win percentage of 46%.

Philadelphia Eagles Head Coaching History

Head Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Nick Sirianni 2021-2022 9-8-0 52.9% 0-1
Doug Pederson 2016-2020 42-37-1 53.1% 4-2
Pat Shurmur 2015 1-0-0 100.0% 0-0
Chip Kelly 2013-2015 26-21-0 55.3% 0-1
Andy Reid 1999-2012 130-93-1 58.3% 10-9
Ray Rhodes 1995-1998 29-34-1 46.1% 1-2
Rich Kotite 1991-1994 36-28-0 56.3% 1-1
Buddy Ryan 1986-1990 43-35-1 55.1% 0-3
Fred Bruney 1985 1-0-0 100.0% 0-0
Marion Campbell 1983-1985 17-29-1 37.2% 0-0
Dick Vermeil 1976-1982 54-47-0 53.5% 3-4
Mike McCormack 1973-1975 16-25-1 39.3% 0-0
Ed Khayat 1971-1972 8-18-2 32.1% 0-0
Jerry Williams 1969-1971 13-26-3 34.5% 0-0
Joe Kuharich 1964-1968 28-41-1 40.7% 0-0
Nick Skorich 1961-1963 15-24-3 39.3% 0-0
Lawrence "Buck" Shaw 1958-1960 19-16-1 54.2% 1-0
Hugh Devore 1956-1957 7-16-1 31.3% 0-0
Jim Trimble 1952-1955 25-20-3 55.2% 0-0
Bo McMillin 1951 4-8-0 33.3% 0-0
Wayne Millner 1951 4-8-0 33.3% 0-0
Greasy Neale 1941-1950 63-43-5 59.0% 3-1
Bert Bell 1936-1940 10-43-2 20.0% 0-0
Lud Wray 1933-1935 9-21-1 30.6% 0-0

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