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Fans and players alike were breathing a big sigh of relief once Chip Kelly exited the franchise. Three years into the Chip Kelly experiment, team owner Jeffrey Lurie pulled the plug to go with Doug Pederson, a former Eagles player and descendent of the Andy Reid coaching tree.
Between Pederson restructuring the team back to a more traditional system and the incredible work of General Manager Howie Roseman in not only ridding the team of players who don’t fit the system and/or had horrendous contracts, but having a real knack for finding a way to add top talent to the roster, the Eagles dodged a costly bullet from the Kelly era that could have led to countless years of lackluster football.
The goal of the 2016 season was re-establishing an identity, as the notable stars of recent years were all shipped out under Kelly. Veteran quarterback Sam Bradford was expected to shoulder the load in this offense. However, a freak injury to Teddy Bridgewater in Minnesota set in motion a chain of events that led the Eagles organization to trade Bradford to the Vikings and insert into the starting role Carson Wentz, the 2016 2nd overall draft pick. Coming out of North Dakota State, Carson Wentz led this team into a new era in Eagles Football in his rookie season and accomplished the goal of putting a new face on the franchise.
Making a splash in free agency, the Eagles acquired star veteran receiver Alshon Jeffrey. Nelson Agholor, who had been a weak link in the receiving corps, moved on from his disappointing performances and turned in a great 2017 season. Zach Ertz continued to dominate at tight end. The run game looked improved with LeGarrette Blount, fresh off his Super Bowl victory. However, that didn’t stop Roseman from going out and getting Jay Ajai from Miami to put together an epic tandem in the backfield.
After taking care of the offense, Philadelphia went defense heavy in the NFL draft. Picking up Derek Barnett in the first round to create a pass rush, he is trying to get on the field with a front four stacked with Brandon Graham, Tim Jernigan, Fletcher Cox, and Vinny Curry. Mychal Kendricks at linebacker helps out and a backfield which includes Jalen Mills, Malcolm Jenkins, and Ronald Darby has tightened up the defensive side of the ball. More information regarding the Philadelphia Eagles can be found by clicking here.
The expectations for this Eagles team were constantly shifting. At the beginning of this season, most fans would’ve been satisfied to see some growth in Wentz and Pederson. However, after jumping out to a record of 10-1, the expectation became to win the NFC East and earn home field advantage throughout the playoffs. While they did accomplish that goal, ultimately finishing the regular season with a 13-3 record, they did so without Wentz down the final stretch. A knee injury sidelined Wentz for the remainder of the year, forcing the Eagles to rely on backup Nick Foles to lead the charge in the playoffs.
Based out of Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles play in the NFC East, a division known for some of the fiercest rivalries in all of football. You can count each season on the games against the New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, and Washington Redskins being action-packed and living up to expectations.
Philly fans are among the most passionate in the league, bleeding green and singing their famous fight song after each touchdown. Eagles suites are in high demand as fans want to enjoy the comfort and style of a suite while watching a great game on the field.
Over the years, some incredible players have suites up in the Philadelphia Eagles uniform. Fan favorites include Chuck Bednarik, Tommy McDonald, Ron Jaworski, Reggie White, Donovan McNabb, Brian Westbrook, and Brian Dawkins.