2018 Season in Review: The Philadelphia Eagles
Another Eagles season has come and gone and the road to #2 in the NFC East was full of excitement, skill, and humility.

Statistics gathered from ESPN.com

“Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose – but ultimately if you give it everything you have, that’s what it’s about.”   Nick Foles

Once again, the Philadelphia Eagles made their fans proud with an impressive regular season. Sure, there was no Lombardi trophy to parade around this year – but the players earned individuals accolades of their own. Including an Emmy, NFL’s “Man of the Year” award, multiple Pro Bowl selections, and countless acts of kindness and charity.

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Chris Long is awarded the Walter Payton “Man of the Year” award for his philanthropy and community leadership. Darren Sproles wins an Emmy for his appearance in the Eagles “Goal to Go” mini-documentary series.


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