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Eagles Football Game Schedule and Seats

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How to Buy Eagles Tickets 

On our Philadelphia Eagles tickets page, it all starts with the game schedule. You will see all the home and away games listed by date. When you find the game you want to attend, click the "Buy Tickets" button. The game venue will show on the left, and the ticket listings will be on the right side of the page. You can click on the venue sections to see prices and tickets available in that specific section. From there, you can sort those tickets by price, quantity, or row. From there, you click on the "Go to Secure Checkout" button to begin the checkout process. Be sure to fill out your billing, shipping address, and contact information for mobile ticket delivery. All Eagles home games are played at Lincoln Financial Field.

Eagles Reach Super Bowl 

The Philadelphia Eagles took their regular-season 14-3 record into the playoffs, and then took care of business in the 2022 postseason. Their two playoff wins before the Super Bowl showed fans across America why the Eagles deserved to be in the biggest game of NFL football. The team ranked near the top in defense, with T.J. Edwards in 7th place for the season. Marcus Epps had 64 solo tackles. Darius Slay had 38 tackles and three interceptions for 2022. Haason Reddick had 16 sacks and 34 solo tackles in 2022.

On offense, Jalen Hurts scored 22 touchdowns and threw just six interceptions. He had 3701 passing yards with a 101.55 rating overall. He was the best quarterback in the league when it came to converting fourth downs. The team lost the Super Bowl 38-35 after jumping ahead by ten points before the half.  

Eagles Football History

The 2021 Philadelphia Eagles surprised fans with a great season and a Wild Card playoff game. This was supposed to be a rebuilding season, but the team did more than try their best. They tried their best against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card round but came up short. The team will look to Howie Roseman their GM, and the moves he will have to make during this offseason. He'll need to prepare Jalen Hurts as starting quarterback, but keep his eye on the upcoming draft. He'll have to address the fact that the Eagles ranked dead last in sacks. He may want to pick up David Ojabo if he's still available. Trylon Burks would be a great pick-up at wide receiver, should he still be on the board.

The Philadelphia Eagles entered 2018 as the reigning Super Bowl champions, and with high expectations. After getting off to a slow start under Nick Foles, the Eagles switched back to Carson Wentz once he was ready, and he promptly got injured yet again. Back to Foles, they went, who led them on a late-season miracle run into the playoffs, and after upsetting the Bears at Soldier Field on Wild Card weekend, talk began of Nick Foles being one more playoff win away from sending Carson Wentz packing. The Saints squashed those rumors the following week, sending the Eagles home. Foles is now in Jacksonville, and Carson Wentz has signed a big extension. What did the Eagles do to build around him?

To begin their offseason, the Eagles brought back a fan favorite, wide receiver DeSean Jackson, sending a sixth-round selection to the Buccaneers for him. Later on in the offseason, the Eagles sent their other sixth-round draft choice to the Bears for running back Jordan Howard. In free agency, the Eagles made four notable signings- defensive tackle Malik Jackson for three seasons, linebacker L.J. Fort for three seasons, safety Andrew Sendejo for one season, and defensive end Vinnie Curry for one season.

The Eagles have been aggressive recently, leaving them with just five selections in this year’s draft. Carson Wents has suffered two season-ending injuries now, so the Eagles need to put more emphasis on keeping him upright. With their first-round selection, they added talented left tackle Andre Dillard from Washington State. Their first selection in round two added more depth to the backfield with running back Miles Sanders from Penn State. With their second selection in round two, they added another target for Wentz in wide receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside from Stanford. They finished their draft with defensive end Shareef Miller from Penn State, and quarterback Clayton Thorson from Northwestern. The Eagles are still atop the NFC East. The only question is if Wentz can stay healthy for an entire season.

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