The Philadelphia Eagles have made it to Super Bowl 57. How many times have they won it all?
The Philadelphia Eagles are back in the Super Bowl, set to take on the Kansas City Chiefs for all the marbles of the 2022 season. After securing the No. 1 seed in the NFC, the Eagles cruised with home field advantage past the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers.
No one yet has looked like a match for the Eagles. We’ll find out soon enough if the Chiefs are the team that can make them look mortal when it matters most.
But before the game, a bit of history. How many times have the Eagles won it all?
How many times have the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl?
The answer to that question is just once, and most fans will remember this one since it just happened not too long ago, in the 2017 season. The Eagles have appeared in the game a total of three times before this year (2004, 1980) but lost both times.
Now, they look to add a second Lombardi Trophy to their cabinet.
Previously, the Eagles made it to the Super Bowl with their backup, Nick Foles as quarterback, after an injury to starter Carson Wentz kept him out of the playoff run. The Eagles, while talented, were a quirky team with trick plays up their sleeve and little film available on some of their key players like Foles.
By far, the play that best characterizes what the Eagles were that year is the Philly Special:
The Eagles are a long-standing team, first operating in the 1933 season of the NFL’s history. The Super Bowl era didn’t start until 1967. The Eagles won titles before then, securing three total NFL championships before the Super Bowl started.