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2017 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC East
Foles at Gruden's QB Camp (3:46)
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Kaep, Watt among 'Whizzer' White finalists

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick and J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans are among the five finalists for the NFL Players Association's Byron "Whizzer" White Award.

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3hJerry Crasnick

Trout: Eagles will beat Patriots in Super Bowl

Lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan Mike Trout said Tuesday that the Eagles will beat the New England Patriots 31-24 to win Super Bowl LII. Trout has yet to decide if he'll attend the game.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles have had the flea flicker they used Sunday night in their playbook "forever," OC Frank Reich said today. They finally ran it. In talking with head coach Doug Pederson the night before, during the staff's weekly "first 15 plays" meeting, Reich first realized the play would be used. Pederson was committed that night to being aggressive offensively versus the Vikings.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles OC Frank Reich reminded Carson Wentz near the end of the Vikings game just how important a role he's played, especially with securing home-field advantage.


Golic & Wingo: Jeremiah Trotter talks Eagles' win and Super Bowl

Former Eagles linebacker Jeremiah Trotter shares his thoughts on how the Eagles were able to dominate the NFC Championship, his initial thoughts on the Super Bowl matchup with the Patriots, how this team connects with the city of Philadelphia and more.

8hMike Reiss

Pats choose road white jerseys for Super Bowl

The New England Patriots, though they're the home team for Super Bowl LII, are choosing to wear their road white jerseys, perhaps because they're 3-1 when wearing white in the Super Bowl

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Nickel Package: Field Yates and David Jacoby break down the NFC Championship Game

Field Yates and David Jacoby weigh in on the Eagles' victory over the Vikings in the NFC Championship, including the collapse of Minnesota's vaunted third down defense, the level of effort from Philadelphia, the play of Nick Foles and more. Plus, did the Vikings do themselves a favor by not advancing to the Super Bowl?

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1dNick Friedell

Eagles fan Towns not worried about backlash

Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns says he isn't concerned about the criticism he's received for calling himself a "born and bred" Eagles fan in a series of tweets Sunday after Philadelphia's victory over the Vikings in the NFC Championship Game.

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Eagles fan arrested, allegedly hit horse, cop

A few arrests were made before and after the Eagles' NFC Championship Game victory on Sunday, including one man who is accused of punching a police horse and a mounted officer.

Pederson: 'It all starts back in OTAs' (0:50)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Doug Pederson, like so many others, badly wants what the Patriots have had: "Everybody in the league sort of envies their success, and rightfully so. They've been there, done that many times. And that's something every other team would love to have. It's impressive. It's well-respected and well-documented. But we're just going to prepare the same and block out the noise as best we can."

Stephen A. was expecting NFC Championship nail-biter (1:43)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Shortly after Carson Wentz went down, billboards popped up around Philadelphia that read: "Philadelphia believes in you, St. Nick," with a picture of Nick Foles and a Santa hat photoshopped on his head. St. Nick has now delivered the Eagles another Super Bowl appearance. (photo courtesy producer Jim Johnson)

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.613th
Rushing Yards132.23rd
Points For28.63rd
Points Against18.44th