The complete history of the Philadelphia Eagles is recalled in a DVD loaded with interviews, highlights, and special features. From the purchase of the Frankford Yellowjackets by Bert Bell through the 2003 season, every major event as well as some lesser-known moments are recalled. Written by
Did You Know?
It says that Baker Bowl, where the Eagles first played was at Broad and 15th streets in Philadelphia. Those streets don't intersect, they run parallel, as Broad is where 14th would be. Broad and Huntingdon was the correct intersection. See more
I remember a play. 4th down punting situation. As soon as I snapped the ball, and brought my head up; WHAM! I look up and saw all these stars, and I also saw the number; blue 52. And I went up to him and said, "You son of a b****! I'll get you."