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Doug Pederson takes over as Eagles coach this season after having been the offensive coordinator in Kansas City. Pederson and QB Sam Bradford have many scoring weapons on offense this season, from receivers Nelson Agholor and Jordan Matthews to tight end Brent Celek and running back Ryan Mathews. See if they can make it to the playoffs this year when you buy your Eagles football tickets. They're already on sale for the upcoming season, so get your Philadelphia Eagles tickets today before they sellout.
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All four teams in the NFL’s NFC East won their games this week, including the league’s last place team, the Philadelphia Eagles. Up against the Atlanta Falcons, the Eagles knew that defending the second best offense in the league wouldn’t be an easy task. They were up to the challenge, however, keeping their opponents to just one touchdown pass and 15 points overall. Tight single-man coverage on every single Atlanta receiver proved effective for Philly, who stays at No. 10 in the NFL rankings for Week 11. The Eagles are up against the No. 2 Seattle Seahawks this Sunday, Nov. 20, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Ticket prices start at $198.
The Philadelphia Eagles are bringing up the rear in the NFC East standings, with four losses and four wins. Just ahead of them are the Washington Redskins and New York Giants. The Eagles have lost four of their last five games and are struggling to pull out the W’s. On November 6 the Eagles were matched up against the New York Giants. This game was more important than others because the two teams are in the division. Even though the game was close, the Eagles didn’t have enough steam to pull off the win. See if they can recuperate from the loss, when they play the Atlanta Hawks on November 13. Tickets are still up for grabs.
A huge win over the Minnesota Vikings two weeks ago gave the Philadelphia Eagles an edge heading into Week 8’s big game against Dallas, and for most of the game, the confidence paid off. Defensively, the Eagles had quarterback Dak Prescott out of sorts. He and the rest of the Dallas offense were kept to a minimum until the fourth quarter when they scored 16 unanswered points to beat Philly 29-23 in overtime. Despite the loss, the Eagles are still in good position as the NFL season continues. They’ll travel to MetLife Stadium to face the Giants this Sunday, Nov. 6. This is another important game against well-matched teams—don’t miss a single moment! Great seats are available now starting at $160.
The Philadelphia Eagles may not have the absolute best record in the league, but they are sure starting to look like powerful playoff contenders. This is thanks in part to their unrivaled defense, which managed to completely dismantle Sam Bradford and the formerly-undefeated Minnesota Vikings last Sunday. That’s right: The Eagles beat the Vikings, meaning there are no more perfect records in the NFL this season. With the 21 - 10 win under their belts, they should have good momentum heading into their two-game road trip. Philadelphia will return to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, November 13 to host the Atlanta Falcons. Tickets to that game are $140 and up.
The Philadelphia Eagles added another loss to their record when they played the Redskins on October 16. The Redskins had an early lead, but the Eagles remained in the game. However, they were unable to get ahead and lost 27-20. Carson Wentz struggled against the defense and was sacked five times. He was able to complete 11 of 22 passes for a total of 179 yards. Early in the fourth quarter, he threw a 54 yard pass to Jordan Mathews for a large chunk of his total passing yards. The Eagles will look to turn things around and beat the Vikings when they host them on October 23. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $6.
After 135 passes in his rookie year, it’s hard to fault Carson Wentz for getting his first interception as he and the Philadelphia Eagles attempted to scoot past the Detroit Lions last week. Eagles’ fans are much angrier with the officiating in the game, which ended in a 24-23 Detroit win. One call was particularly upsetting—an offensive flag was thrown on Eagles’ #98, who happens to plays defense. Apparently one of the referees got mixed up about who had possession of the ball at the time. The Eagles continue their season this Sunday, Oct. 16, as they travel to Washington, D.C., to face the Redskins. Our ticket prices start at just $84.
The Philadelphia Eagles have started out the season at 3-0—not too bad for a team that has really struggled in recent years. After allowing opponents to score just 27 points total in the first three games, the defensive side of the game seems to be clicking well. Offensively, things are looking good too—the Eagles have scored at least 24 points each week with a rookie quarterback at the helm. After taking Week 4 off for a bye, Philly is back at it this Sunday in Detroit. They’ll face the Lions at Ford Field for a 1:00 P.M. kickoff time. Last minute tickets can still be purchased for just $22 and up.
Fans know it has been a rough couple of years for the Philadelphia Eagles, but now there is a real reason to get excited: The Eagles are 3 - 0 and are in first place in the NFC East! Quarterback Carson Wentz looks just fine in his new position, having led his team to a dominating 34 - 3 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday. Philadelphia will hit the road after their bye week to face the Lions and Redskins. Then, they will come home on Sunday, October 23 to host the formidable Minnesota Vikings. This is a clash you will not want to miss! Tickets are $21 and up.
Things haven’t been looking great for the Philadelphia Eagles in recent years, but after NFL’s first week of regular season play, things are starting to look a little bit better. In Week 1, Philly made beating the Browns look easy and are hopeful the 29-10 outcome is a sign of good things to come. Breaking in a new quarterback is no easy task, but Carson Wentz looked great against Cleveland. Week 2 will see Philadelphia travelling to Chicago for a Sept. 19 game against the Bears. Monday nights are for football—get tickets to see the Eagles versus the Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago! We have great seats on sale starting at $104.
No one really knows what to expect from the Philadelphia Eagles in 2016. An inconsistent preseason brought up more questions than it answered, and the Birds play in a division where the other three teams are also enigmas. What has become clear is that this Philly defense is better than in years past, and the receiving corps has plenty of potential. If the offense is able to find an identity in the early going of the season, there’s no reason to count the Eagles out as an NFC East contender. The team will have a chance to show what it’s made of when the Steelers come to town on September 25. Tickets for that game start at $175.
Last year was pretty disappointing for Eagles fans, but if this preseason is any indication of what’s to come in 2016, the Birds might be turning things around. Sam Bradford has looked like the quarterback everyone wanted him to be last year, and a convincing win over the Colts in the third preseason game may have helped to solidify Bradford as the team’s starter. It looks like the Eagles will still be able to bring some offensive firepower even without Chip Kelly as the head coach, which would be a welcome surprise for people in Philly. The season kicks off with the Eagles hosting the Cleveland Browns on September 11, and tickets start as low as $104.
It’s no surprise that Sam Bradford is on shaky ground with the Philadelphia Eagles, but late-offseason moves by coaches have many thinking Bradford had the right idea when he wanted out. In an attempt to get Carson Wentz in the first round of the draft, the Eagles traded two players and have since made other moves that don’t bode well for Bradford and his career. Some fault him for wanting out, but others feel the team is unclear on its direction. No matter your opinion, Eagles fans have a lot to keep their eyes on in the coming weeks. Philadelphia will head to Pittsburgh this Thursday, Aug. 18, to face the Steelers at Heinz Field. Tickets cost just $15 and up.
It’s a rookie quarterback season for the Philadelphia Eagles as No. 2 draft pick Carson Wentz looks to prove himself to his brand new team. He will have to wait a couple games to do it, however, after injuring his rib during a 17-9 win over the Buccaneers in an NFL preseason game this week. Not happy about being sidelined, he tried to warm up with his team on Saturday but was simply in too much pain. Despite the injury, Wentz will continue to attend practices to absorb as much as he can before regular season play. The Eagles face the Steelers this Thursday, Aug. 18, at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Tickets are available now starting at $14.
The Philadelphia Eagles have lost a defensive back. Walter Thurmond has chosen to take retirement at the young age of 28 after six season as a professional player. His retirement comes off of the best season of his career. As Thurmond heads off to pursue other ventures, the rest of the Eagles are preparing themselves for the upcoming season. The quarterbacks are working together, with Sam Bradford looking to head out and Carson Wentz starting his rookie season. Chase Daniel is the most experienced of the quarterbacks, but tends to find himself outside the limelight. Fans can already get tickets for all games in the 2016 season, with prices starting at $16.
Philadelphia Eagles Matchups
Eagles vs Cowboys Tickets
Eagles vs Cowboys is one of the hardest hitting rivalries in the league, with enough bad blood to inspire Taylor Swift. Eagles fans enjoyed the edge over the Cowboys in the 2000’s, sporting a record of 13-6 over the decade. Who can forget the first time Terrell Owens went back to Philly as a Cowboy in 2006? Mr. Owens was held to 3 catches and 45 yards as the Eagles won with a late interception by Lito Sheppard. If the Eagles are to take the division they know they’ll have to beat the Cowboys from Big D on New Year’s Day at Lincoln Financial Field.
Eagles vs Giants Tickets
A historic rivalry, the tussle of the turnpike stretches back to the 1930’s when the teams first met in a matchup at the Polo Grounds in New York City. The one underlying mark between these two teams is the parity. While the Giants may have the edge in some aspects, the overall record of the series is 85-81 in favor of the Giants. With the Eagles rebuilding around some exciting prospects the chances of the Eagles to fly freely once again look significant. If the Eagles are to rise again they will need to stop the New York Giants once they visit Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday Night Football on December 22nd.
Eagles vs Redskins Tickets
Eagles vs Redskins is a rivalry that was born when the Redskins were founded in 1934. Having played each other an astounding 164 times these two teams know each other quite well. Similar to their rivalry with the Cowboys the Eagles dominated this particular matchup in the 2000’s with an overall record of 13-7. From December of 2001 until November of 2004 the Eagles were undefeated in their matchups with the Redskins. If the Eagles are to reclaim the NFC East from the rest of division they’ll have to be ready when they host the Redskins on Sunday December 11th at Lincoln Financial Field.
Philadelphia Eagles Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Philadelphia Eagles are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Philadelphia Eagles schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||vs Cleveland||1:00 PM CBS|
|2||Mon, Sep 19||@ Chicago||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||vs Pittsburgh||4:25 PM CBS|
|4||BYE WEEK|| || |
|5||Sun, Oct 9||@ Detroit||1:00 PM FOX|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||@ Washington||1:00 PM FOX|
|7||Sun, Oct 23||vs Minnesota||1:00 PM FOX|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||@ Dallas||8:30 PM NBC|
|9||Sun, Nov 6||@ New York||1:00 PM FOX|
|10||Sun, Nov 13||vs Atlanta||1:00 PM FOX|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||@ Seattle||4:25 PM CBS|
|12||Mon, Nov 28||vs Green Bay||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||@ Cincinnati||1:00 PM FOX|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||vs Washington||1:00 PM FOX|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||@ Baltimore||1:00 PM FOX|
|16||Thu, Dec 22||vs New York||8:25 PM NBC|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs Dallas||1:00 PM FOX|