The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a Super Bowl appearance and expectations are higher than ever for the 2023-2024 season. After putting up MVP-type numbers how will Jalen Hurts respond after cashing in on his big new contract? Check out current and past Philadelphia Eagles stats for the team.
2023 are TBD
- 2022 Record: 14-3-0 / 2023 Record: 0-0-0
- Coach: Nick Sirianni 24-11-0 (Career with Eagles)
- Points For (2022): 477
- Points Against (2022): 344
- Expected W-L: 9.9-7.1
- Offensive Coordinator: Brian Johnson
- Defensive Coordinator: Sean Desai
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Philadelphia Eagles Stats 2023 Regular Season
Philadelphia Eagles Stats (2022-2023 Playoffs)
Updated December 3, 2023
|Total Points||Total Yards||Pass Yard||Rush Yards||Turnovers||1st-Downs||WINS|
|Eagles Team Stats||69||687||269||416||0||51||2|
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Eagles Team Stats 2022 Regular Season
Updated: December 3, 2023
|Tot Yds & TO||PASSING||RUSHING|
|NFL Rank Offense||3||3||4||20||3||23||9||14||3||4||3||5||1||13|
|NFL Rank Defense||8||2||5||11||13||12||1||10||5||1||12||16||17||24|
Eagles Team Stats 2021
|Tot Yds & TO||PASSING||RUSHING|
|NFL Rank Offense||12||14||5||4||14||32||25||25||6||13||2||1||1||4|
|NFL Rank Defense||18||10||26||31||23||16||11||20||20||14||18||9||23||6|
The Philadelphia Eagles are considered to be one of the more successful NFL franchises. Since their establishment in 1933, they have won three NFL championships (1948, 1949, and 1960) and one Super Bowl (Super Bowl LII in 2018). They have also won four conference championships and 14 division championships.
The Eagles have a storied history with some of the best NFL players all-time, such as Chuck Bednarik, Reggie White, Brian Dawkins, and Donovan McNabb. They have also been a consistent playoff team in recent years, having made the playoffs in three straight seasons from 2017-2019.
- The Eagles have an all-time regular season record of 623-628-26, with a winning percentage of .498.
- They have an all-time postseason record of 23-22, with a winning percentage of .511.
- The Eagles have made a total of 28 playoff appearances in their history.
- They have won three NFL championships, in 1948, 1949, and 1960, and one Super Bowl, in Super Bowl LII in 2018.
- The Eagles have won four conference championships, in 1980, 2004, 2017, and 2018.
- They have won 14 division championships, including three consecutive NFC East titles from 2001-2003 and four consecutive titles from 2017-2020.
- The Eagles hold the NFL record for most consecutive games with at least one interception thrown (27), which was set from 1999 to 2001.
- The team has had several players inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including Chuck Bednarik, Steve Van Buren, Reggie White, and Brian Dawkins.
- The franchise has had several successful Eagles coaches in their history, including Greasy Neale, Dick Vermeil, Doug Pederson and Andy Reid.
NFL Stats FAQ
Q: What does “TD” mean in football statistics?
A: “TD” stands for touchdown. It is a term used to describe when a player crosses the opponent’s goal line while in possession of the ball, resulting in six points for their team.
Q: What does “INT” mean in football statistics?
A: “INT” stands for interception. It is a term used to describe when a defensive player catches a pass thrown by the opposing team’s quarterback, resulting in a turnover for their team.
Q: What does “Yds” mean in football statistics?
A: “Yds” stands for yards. It is a term used to describe the distance a player or team has gained or lost in a particular category, such as rushing yards or passing yards.
Q: What does “QB Rating” mean in football statistics?
A: “QB Rating” stands for quarterback rating. It is a statistical measure used to evaluate the performance of a quarterback in a game. The rating is based on various factors, including completion percentage, yards per attempt, touchdowns, and interceptions.
Q: What does “Sack” mean in football statistics?
A: “Sack” is a term used to describe when a defensive player tackles the opposing team’s quarterback behind the line of scrimmage before they can throw a pass. This results in a loss of yardage for the offense.
Q: What does “Fum” mean in football statistics?
A: “Fum” stands for fumble. It is a term used to describe when a player loses possession of the ball while they are carrying it. This can result in a turnover for the opposing team.
Q: What does “PAT” mean in football statistics?
A: “PAT” stands for point after touchdown. It is a term used to describe the extra point attempt that follows a touchdown. If successful, it adds one point to the scoring team’s total.
Q: What does “FG” mean in football statistics?
A: “FG” stands for field goal. It is a term used to describe when a kicker successfully kicks the ball through the opponent’s goalposts from a distance, resulting in three points for their team.
Q: What does “TFL” mean in football statistics?
A: “TFL” stands for tackle for loss. It is a term used to describe when a defensive player tackles the opposing team’s player behind the line of scrimmage, resulting in a loss of yardage for the offense.