The 2013 Philadelphia Eagles’ season is over, but that doesn’t mean the fanbase has to forget about the special memories this team provided.
In year one as an NFL coach, Chip Kelly guided the Birds to a 10-6 record and NFC East division title. His offense certainly clicked at the next level, as Philadelphia set its franchise record for points scored and total yards gained.
Nick Foles’ success as a second-year signal-caller was the biggest surprise, as many had questioned whether he possessed the physical tools to run Kelly’s offense. Foles’ season topped out with a seven-touchdown performance. That’s arguably the greatest single-game output by a Philadelphia Eagles player in NFL history.
But there were several memorable games by Eagles players. After all, this team sent five offensive players to the Pro Bowl and received strong contributions from a handful of defensive starters. Here’s a breakdown of the 25 best performances from the 2013 season.