Flashback to 2003 when Donovan McNabb led the Eagles to a victory over the Redskins.
Nelson Agholor's big run against the Falcons in the Divisional Round is the subject of this week's Old School All-22.
Seth Joyner's crucial interception during the 1993 NFC Wild Card win over the Saints is the subject of the latest Old School All-22.
Brian Dawkins' legendary "Quadrafecta Game" against the Texans back in 2002 is the subject of the latest Old School All-22.
Bobby Taylor's pick-6 against Kurt Warner and the Rams back in 2002 is the subject of the latest edition of Old School All-22.
Duce Staley's performance in the "Pickle Juice Game" against the Dallas Cowboys back in 2000 is the subject in this latest installment of Old School All-22.
Brian Westbrook's two-touchdown game against Washington in 2004 is the subject of the latest installment of Old School All-22.
Chad Lewis' pair of touchdowns against the Giants in 2001 is the subject of this week's Old School All-22.
The latest Old School All-22 takes us back to 1992 when Eagles Hall of Famer Seth Joyner showcased his versatility against the Saints.
This week's edition of Old School All-22 takes a look back at the Philadelphia Eagles' high-flying victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2010.
This week’s Old School All-22 takes us back to 2009, when the Eagles defense dominated the Panthers in Carolina.
Old School All-22 takes us back to 2010, when the Eagles pulled off another miracle at the Meadowlands.
Old School All-22 takes us back to Eagles-Vikings in the 2004 playoffs, breaking down key touchdowns by Brian Westbrook and Freddie Mitchell.
This week's Old School All-22 takes us back to 2014, when Trent Cole and the Eagles defensive line wreaked havoc on the Titans offense.
This week's Old School All-22 takes us back to 2010, when Asante Samuel and the Eagles defense helped secure a win over Peyton Manning and the Colts.
Merrill Reese and Mike Quick take a look back at Nick Foles’ first win as a starter, which came in the final seconds of a game against Tampa Bay in 2012.
Merrill Reese and Mike Quick look back in time at a great play by Hugh Douglas in a game against the Atlanta Falcons thanks to a creative Jim Johnson blitz.
How did the Eagles get back to the Super Bowl in 2004? Mike Quick and Merrill Reese look back at some of the biggest plays from the NFC Title Game that year against the Atlanta Falcons.
Safety Brian Dawkins lays out tight end Alge Crumpler down the seam in the 2004 NFC Championship Game as Merrill Reese and Mike Quick provide their memories of the legendary day.
After the famous '4th-and-26' play, it was safety Brian Dawkins that helped clinch victory for the Eagles in overtime with a clutch interception. Merrill Reese and Mike Quick break down the legendary play.
Check out the latest edition of Old School All-22.
The last time the Eagles had a three-headed monster in the backfield they enjoyed a lot of playoff success. Merrill Reese and Mike Quick look at a matchup against Dallas with Duce Staley, Correll Buckhalter and Brian Westbrook all reaching the end zone.
This week on Inside The Eagles, Merrill Reese and Mike Quick look back at a pivotal play made by Brian Westbrook against the Raiders in an Eagles win.
Merrill Reese and Mike Quick look back at some big plays in the passing game from Ron Jaworski and Quick Six himself back in 1986.
Merrill Reese and Mike Quick look back at a matchup between the Eagles and Seahawks when defensive coordinator Jim Johnson unleashed the fury of the blitz on quarterback Seneca Wallace.