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To the surprise of many, only one undefeated team remains in the 2022 NFL season with Week 6 on the horizon — after a 20-17 win over the Cardinals Week 5, the Philadelphia Eagles are now 5-0.

Over the past five seasons, the Eagles have had ups and downs. In 2017, the Eagles finished 13-3 in the regular season and subsequently lost Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. quarterback Nick Foles threw a go-ahead touchdown pass to the tight end zach ore with just over two minutes remaining to lead the Eagles to the franchise’s first Super Bowl title.

Philadelphia remained competitive over the next two seasons, finishing both years 9-7 to advance to the playoffs. In 2018 Philly lost in the Divisional round and in 2019 the Birds lost in the Wild Card round. The tide turned the following season as the Eagles finished bottom in their division with just four wins. franchise quarterback Carson Wentz led the league in interceptions and sacks. When the season was over, head coach Doug Pederson (now Jacksonville Jaguars coach) was fired just three seasons after leading the Eagles to the Lombardi Trophy.

First year head coach Nick Sirianni replaced Pederson in 2021 and led the team to a 9-8 record under a new quarterback: Jalen hurts. The former Alabama/Oklahoma signal caller was drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

This season, Hurts is the leader of the undefeated Eagles – in Week 5 he had 2 rushing TDs while also flaring 26/36 for 239 yards.

Next up for the Eagles in Week 6 is a matchup with division rivals the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football on NBC.

Before Philly moves on, however, let’s look back at how they became the last undefeated team in the NFL.

Here’s how the Philadelphia Eagles made it 4-0 in 2022:

The Eagles defeated the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Washington Commanders, Jacksonville Jaguars and Arizona Cardinals en route to their perfect 5-0 record.

Philly has outplayed their opponents in this phase by 135-88, notably dominant wins over the Vikings (24-7) and Commanders (24-8). Several factors were critical to their success, not the least of which was Hurts’ on-the-ground skills. With elite receivers like AJ Brown, De Vonta Smith, Dallas Goedert and Miles Sanders, the Eagles are not short of offensive weapons. The defense is led by cornerback kill Darius in secondary and edge rusher Haason Reddickand is well equipped to challenge opposing offenses.

The overwhelming question now moving forward is: how long can the Eagles go undefeated?

While 5-0 is an impressive record, the Eagles didn’t see a significant test in the first quarter of the season. The Lions and Jaguars were the two worst teams in the NFL last year. The good news is that Philly has one of the easiest game schedules in the league this season. The Week 6 matchup against division rivals Cowboys and the Week 12 matchup against the Green Bay Packers should prove challenging tests, but few other games on the schedule appear unwinnable.

Philadelphia Eagles next game schedule:

Week 6: Eagles vs. Cowboys (NBC)

Week 7: goodbye

Week 8: Eagles versus Steelers

week 9: Eagles in Texans

Week 10: Eagle vs Commander

Week 11: Eagle at Colts

Week 12: Eagles vs. Packers (NBC)

Week 13: Eagles vs Titans

Week 14: eagles with giants

Week 15: Eagles with bears

Week 16: Eagle at Cowboys

Week 17: Eagle vs Saint

Week 18: Eagles vs Giants

Philadelphia Eagles Recent Playoff History:

The Eagles have made it to the postseason in four of the last five years. Before the Eagles failed to advance to the playoffs in 2020, they endured a three-year drought that left them unable to make the 2014-2016 postseason.

2021: The Eagles lost to the Buccaneers in the wild card round 31-15

2020: Didn’t make it through the postseason

2019: The Eagles lost to the Seahawks 17-9 in the wild card round

2018: The Eagles lost to the Saints 20-14 in the divisional round

2017: Won Super Bowl LII vs. Patriots, 41-33

Best season in Philadelphia Eagles history:

So far, the Eagles are primed for a record-breaking season. The list below represents the fewest losing seasons in franchise history, not the most winning seasons, as the number of games played per season has varied over the years.

1949: 11-1

1960: 10-2

2017: 13-3

2004: 13-3

1944: 7-1

Philly also had a 12-win season in 1980 and three 11-win seasons in 1979, 1989 and 1992. Only time will tell if this year’s team can be considered one of the best in franchise history.

How many teams went undefeated?

The most famous undefeated team in NFL history is the 1972 Miami Dolphins, who remain the only team to finish the regular season with a perfect record and win the Super Bowl. The Dolphins team went 14-0 in the regular season, won three playoff games, and then defeated Washington 14-7 in Super Bowl VII. Each year, the surviving members of that team gather to toast when the last undefeated team of the season loses their first game.

Here is the full list of teams in league history who have finished the regular season undefeated and tied:

  • 1934 Chicago Bears (13-0): Lost the NFL championship game to the New York Giants
  • 1942 Chicago Bears (11-0): Lost the NFL championship game to Washington
  • 1972 Miami Dolphins (14-0): Super Bowl VII won against Washington
  • 2007 New England Patriots (16-0): Won two playoff games before losing to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII

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