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Philadelphia Eagles 2014 News and Updates
2/11/14 – After winning the division last year, Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles enter the offseason hopeful with their 2014 roster fairly intact. Nick Foles (available for an extension next year) is not going anywhere and neither is most of his offensive line, one of the League’s best. Instead the focus will be on the defense and filling a void at middle lineman and adding some pass rush help to force more QB sacks and mistakes. The biggest free agents on the Eagles roster are: Michael Vick (QB), Jeremy Maclin (WR), Riley Cooper (WR), Clifton Geathers (DT), and Nate Allen (S).
12/30/13 - The Eagles finished out their incredible regular season with a victory over the Dallas Cowboys, 24-22, winning a playoff berth and the division title for the first time in three years. Chip Kelly led his team from worst in the division to the top of the NFC East with yesterday’s win-and-in game over the Tony Romo-less Cowboys. Heading into the first round of playoffs, the No. 3 seeded Eagles boast the second-ranked offense in the league, after Nick Foles made a record-breaking end to his regular season, with the best touchdown to interception ratio in NFL history. Philly is now preparing to host the New Orleans Saints this Saturday night in the Wild Card round. Philadelphia Eagles playoff tickets are $128 to start and $283 on average for a first-round playoff seat at Lincoln Financial Field.
12/23/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles dominated the Chicago Bears on Sunday, with a resounding 54-11 victory at home. With 2 TD passes by Nick Foles and 2 rushing TDs by LeSean McCoy, Philly’s defense stepped up and took care of the rest, driving the Eagles towards a worst-to-first season thanks to first year head coach Chip Kelly. In Week 17, the Eagles will size up against NFC East opponents, the Dallas Cowboys, for an exciting win-and-in Sunday night faceoff at AT&T Stadium. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are the hottest of the week by far, at $432 on average to snag a seat for this epic divisional showdown!
12/16/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles have rendered their road to playoffs a bit bumpier, after taking a rough loss on the road to the Minnesota Vikings (30-48). Though Nick Foles threw a career-high 428 yards, Philadelphia’s five-game win streak was snapped, as the defense could not hold the Vikings down despite the absence of their greatest weapon, Adrian Peterson. Philadelphia still leads the NFC East (thanks to a Cowboys meltdown), but must tighten up their game when they host the Chicago Bears (and a healthy Jay Cutler) in Week 16. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are $199 on average, but a mere $7 to get in.
12/9/13- The Philadelphia Eagles bested the Detroit Lions in dramatic fashion, taking the gridiron in 6 inches of snow to claim the victory in the weekend's most memorable game. Nick Foles threw his first interception, falling just one short of Peyton Manning’s record for most TDs without a pick to start the season. Still, the QB set a franchise record for most passing yards without a pick, while LeSean McCoy also set a franchise-best 217 yards rushing. Next week Philly will face another NFC North opponent, though this time not in blizzard-like conditions, when they meet the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday under covered roof. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are just $24 as they look to snag their 6th straight win.
12/2/13 - Nick Foles has done it again! The Philadelphia Eagles have won four games in a row, with yesterday’s defeat of the Arizona Cardinals, 24-21. The QB is the NFL’s player of the month in November, and added 3 TD passes to his repertoire on Sunday. The Eagles are breathing down the Dallas Cowboys’ necks for ownership of the NFC East, and next week they’ll have an opportunity to make major moves. Philly is pitted against the rough and tumble Detroit Lions for what is sure to be a hard-hitting game. Philadelphia Eagles tickets see the second highest starting price, at $67, but average at $146.
11/25/13 - While the Philadelphia Eagles were kicking back on their bye, the Dallas Cowboys stole sole possession of the NFC East, holding the tiebreaker over Philly. Though, with first year coach Chip Kelly, many thought the Eagles were destined for a rebuilding season and finish last in the division, but the squad has certainly stirred up postseason talk. Last week's defeat of the Washington Redskins showed a team that was in sync offensively with new QB Nick Foles, who has continued to rise to the occasion for Philly. Next week, the Eagles are pitted against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday; tickets are as low as $7!
11/19/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles are reigning in the NFC East, with their most recent defeat of the Washington Redskins, 24-16, on Sunday. Riding on the back of Nick Foles, the Eagles won their first home game since last year, and have gone from “worst to first” in their division. Their defense suspended RG3 and company, who didn’t score a point until their too-little-too-late 4th quarter rally. Now 4-1 since backup QB Foles started, the Eagles are heading into their bye week with high spirits. They return in Week 13 to play the Arizona Cardinals on Dec 1.
11/11/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles ousted the Green Bay Packers, 27-13 on Sunday, scoring back-to-back victories. Nick Foles followed up last week's historic performance with another consistent game, completing three long TD passes, for a total of 16 touchdowns and zero interceptions on the season--but will Chip Kelly put him before starter Michael Vick upon his return from injury? Maximizing on an injury-depleted Green Bay roster, the Eagles sustained their on-the-road victory trend, at 5-5 on the season without a home victory. Their opportunity for a Philly win comes in Week 11, when they host the Washington Redskins. Philadelphia Eagles tickets have the second cheapest get-in price, at just $7!
11/4/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles crushed the Oakland Raiders 49-20 in yesterday’s matchup. On Sunday the Eagles looked like a much cleaner and more competitive team, ending their two game losing streak with a big win on the road. Backup quarterback Nick Foles returned from a concussion for a career-day, throwing 406 yards, and tying the NFL record for most touchdown passes in a single game, with 7 (three times to Riley Cooper). At 4-5 the Philadelphia Eagles will move forward to go head to head against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are a higher priced match in Week 10, at $262 on average and $43 to get in.
10/28/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles were stunned by the New York Giants, falling 15-7 yesterday, for their tenth consecutive loss at home. In a short-lived return, Michael Vick had to leave the game in the second quarter due to a troubling hamstring injury. In his stead, 3rd string QB/rookie Matt Barkley showed he might not yet be prepared to play at the NFL level, throwing 17 of 26 for 158 yards and an interception. In the end, Chip Kelly’s offense put up only 201 yards in Sunday’s game, not enough to surmount Eli Manning and the G-Men. The Philadelphia Eagles will be on the road, with hopes of snapping out of their losing streak, to take on Terrelle Pryor and the Oakland Raiders. Philadelphia Eagles tickets are $67 to get in and $130 on average.
10/21/13 - This week saw some major injuries to key players in the NFL, and for the Philadelphia Eagles, their loss to the Dallas Cowboys 3-17 resulted in the sidelining of backup quarterback Nick Foles from a head injury. Before leaving the field, Foles played an uninspired game, allowing the Eagles their ninth consecutive at-home loss on Sunday, completing just 11 of 29 passes for 80 yards, and lacking in accuracy and movement the whole way through. With his subsequent injury, Matt Barkley was put in, who made a better showing than his predecessor, but still chucked three interceptions and finished 11 for 20. The Birds have some hope left yet, in the form of a consistent and stellar defense that held to Cowboys to just 17 points. Philadelphia will remain at home to play the New York Giants, for the third highest priced game of the week, averaging $220 a ticket.
10/14/13 - With a fresh quarterback in the starting position, the Philadelphia Eagles have brought their record up to 3-3 following a 31-20 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Eagles defeated the Bucs with backup QB Nick Foles, who efficiently and effectively communicayed with the offense, throwing three TDs and running one; he has shown such inspired play that the Eagles may have some QB controversy upon the return of Michael Vick who is nursing a hamstring injury. DeSean Jackson outflanked “Revis Island” with his speed, catching 6 passes for 64 yards, two touchdowns and again leads the NFL in receiving yards. Week 7 Philadelphia Eagles tickets when they host the Dallas Cowboys are the second hottest game of the week, averaging $229 a seat.
10/7/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New York Giants 36-21 in a Sunday matchup at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Michael Vick is expected to miss next Sunday’s game, after a hamstring injury sidelined the quarterback in the second quarter. Backup Nick Foles stepped up, threw 16 for 25 passes and two touchdown passes to Brent Celek and DeSean Jackson in the fourth quarter. Kicker Alex Henry, who missed field goals in three straight games, restored his confidence and nailed all five of his much needed kicks on Sunday. Chip Kelly and the Eagles have now moved to first place in the NFC East, and now have a chance to extend their winning streak when they play another winless team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 6. Philadelphia Eagles tickets for next Sunday are $104 on average and just $28 to get in.
9/30/13 - The Philadelphia Eagles endured a painful defeat by the Denver Broncos, for their third consecutive loss thus far. The Eagles were easy pickings for Peyton Manning, who quickly broke the Bronco’s franchise record for most points scored in a game (54). The Philadelphia Eagles’ schedule certainly has not been easy, pitted against the Chargers, Chiefs and Broncos most recently; they will now play the New York Giants in Week 5. The Eagles’ offense, who began the season with 63 points in their first two games, is still holding strong, as Michael Vick had no turnovers this past week, and some promising performances by their running backs surfacing. The NY Giants are desperate for a win, and playing in their house at MetLife Stadium may still pose a problem for Chip Kelly and his boys, whose morale is shaky after their 52-20 blowout.
9/24/13 - After Thursday’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, the Philadelphia Eagles will attempt to avoid a 1-3 record, and defeat the Broncos this Sunday at Mile High in Denver. After suffering two home losses so far, Chip Kelly’s defense has stepped up their play, now it is time for the Michael Vick, DeSean Jackson and the offense to bounce back and score higher than they have these last couple games, especially if the Eagles are looking to derail a red-hot Peyton Manning. Tickets for the Eagles and Broncos matchup are the highest on the market this week, at an average of $297.
Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Season
After 14 seasons under coach Andy Reid, the Eagles begin a new era in 2013 under Chip Kelley. While Reid’s Eagles teams did play in five NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl
, they were unable to bring a Super Bowl win to Philadelphia. Kelley comes from the University of Oregon and brings his no-huddle, up-tempo offense, which figures to lead to exciting results with dynamic playmakers such as Michael Vick and Desean Jackson. The average price for an Eagles game at Lincoln Financial Field
this season is $201, about $15 more expensive than last year. This puts the Eagles at 15th most expensive in the NFL
and 6% over league average.
Eagles fans will get their first chance to see the new offense at full speed in the Week 2 game against the San Diego Chargers, with Chargers vs. Eagles tickets averaging $192. The most expensive game in Philadelphia on the Eagles schedule this season comes in Week 7 versus the Dallas Cowboys, with an average Cowboys vs. Eagles tickets price of $225. The least expensive home game is Week 14 when Philly hosts the Detroit Lions, with the average Lions vs. Eagles tickets price at $172. The division rival New York Giants come to town in Week 8 after having blown out the Eagles 42-7 to end the regular season last year. The average price of $222 for Giants vs. Eagles tickets is 37% lower than their Week 5 matchup in New York. Robert Griffin III and the defending NFC East champion Washington Redskins come to Philadelphia in Week 11, and Redskins vs. Eagles tickets are averaging $217.