From 1986-87 through 1995-96, the three teams won seven of 10 Super Bowls (the 49ers won the other three during that span). The Eagles are the division's most recent Super Bowl champions, defeating the Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII.
The last time the Eagles won the Super Bowl was the most recent season. Since then, they have missed the playoffs twice more - once in 2016 and again this past 2017 season. The Eagles haven't made it to the NFL Championship game since 2009 when they lost to the Saints 13-10 in overtime.
Prior to the 1986-87 season, the Eagles had not been to the postseason since Denny Stolz led them to a World Series title in 1980.
The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the most successful franchises in NFL history. Over those years, they have won two National Football League championships, five NFC championship games, ten playoff appearances, and are a perfect 6-0 in Super Bowls.
Philly has never been to win a Super Bowl ring. However, with their current roster and head coach, there is no reason why they can't bring home their first title soon.
Since their inception, the Eagles have made the playoffs 27 times, won 14 division titles (11 in the NFC East), competed in four pre-merger NFL Championship Games, winning three of them (1948, 1949, and 1960), and won three Super Bowls, the most recent of which was Super Bowl LII at the end of the 2017 season.
The Eagles were one of eight teams to compete in all four of the early NFL championship games. They lost all four games by a total score of 146–7 to George Halas' Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Cleveland Browns. The Eagles are also one of only six teams to win multiple Super Bowls (three). The others are the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Indianapolis Colts.
During World War II, the United States Navy used an abbreviated version of the NFL game format to play what is now known as the Navy-Marine Corps Game. The game was played every year at Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium with the winner going on to face the Army Academy at West Point, New York in the final game of the season. The Eagles won these games in 1945 and 1946.
In addition to its regular season games, the Eagles also have a history of competing in post-season tournaments including the AFL-NFL Championship Game series, the Super Bowl franchise has the fourth highest win percentage (.625) among all NFL teams who have qualified for at least five playoff contests.
Share all of your sharing options for Two years ago today, the Eagles won the Super Bowl. The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII two years ago today, on February 4, 2018. The final score was 41 to 33. Carson Wentz led three fourth-quarter touchdown drives as the Eagles beat Tom Brady and his Patriots squad.
The Eagles were able to defeat the Patriots by outscoring them 24-6 in the second half. In the first half, however, the game was close with no lead change throughout most of it. There were several moments in the first half where it seemed like either team could have taken control but neither did. The Patriots opened up the scoring early in the second quarter when Dion Lewis scored a touchdown from five yards out. The Eagles responded right away when Nelson Agholor caught a pass from Carson Wentz and ran 67 yards for a touchdown of their own. At the end of the first half, the teams were tied at 10-10.
In the third quarter, both teams went back and forth offensively, with each team scoring twice more before the end of the period. In the fourth quarter, the Eagles took over again and scored another six points to put them ahead 26-10. With just over ten minutes left to play, the Patriots got on the board with a touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Julian Edelman but that was it for New England.
The NFC/NFL has 27 Super Bowl victories, while the AFC/AFL has 26. Championships in the Super Bowl (1966-present)
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The New England Patriots have won the Super Bowl six times in a row, most recently in February 2019 with Super Bowl LIII... From 1967 through 2021, NFL clubs won Super Bowls.
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