Last Super Bowl Appearance: 2005.
McNabb, McNabb, he's our man if he can't do it no one can!
Okay so most Eagles fans weren't chanting that during McNabb's time as an Eagle, but that is the question that now faces the Eagles as a franchise.
If a considerably solid and elite quarterback can't lead Philadelphia to the promise land, who can?
It's a question no one knows the answer to.
In 2005 the Eagles came close. They rallied the New England Patriots and despite the criticism that surrounds this club, the Eagles did make more than a name for themselves due to simply appearing in the Super Bowl.
In 2008 it seemed that fate may repeat itself. The Eagles had momentum going into the NFC Championship Game, but unfortunately failed to defeat a hot Arizona Cardinals side that was determined on making a name for themselves.
Now we look toward the future, and it is a future that features young Kevin Kolb at the helm. Like many young quarterbacks who are new to the starting position, not many people know how Kevin Kolb will perform in 2010.
So let's be realistic, the Super Bowl isn't the first priority for the Eagles right now. The team still has concerns on defense, along with some questions arising in regards to running game.
If all goes right the Eagles do have a shot. It seems when we do write Philadelphia off, they come back in the final month of the season to clinch on to a Wildcard spot.
The NFC East as always will play against the Eagles this season, and I would be surprised to see Kevin Kolb lead the Eagles all the way. Who knows what this young man is capable of, and until we see him in all his glory, it is reasonable to still assume that the Eagles could make it all the way.