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1985 Philadelphia Eagles season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1985 Philadelphia Eagles season
Head coachMarion Campbell (weeks 1-15)
(3rd season)
Fred Bruney (interim, week 16)
General managerHarry Gamble
(Since 1985)
OwnerNorman Braman & Ed Leibowitz
(Since 1985)
Home fieldVeterans Stadium
Results
Record7–9
Division place4th NFC East
Playoff finishdid not qualify

The 1985 Philadelphia Eagles season was their 53rd in the National Football League (NFL). The team improved upon their previous output of 6–9–1, winning seven games.[1] This was the fourth consecutive season in which the team failed to qualify for the playoffs.

Philadelphia was in position to earn a wild-card berth with a 6–5 record by late November, but a four-game losing streak, which included a home loss to the Minnesota Vikings in which the Eagles squandered a 23-0 fourth quarter lead, foiled their playoff hopes. That losing streak also cost head coach Marion Campbell his job before the season finale at Minnesota. Under interim coach Fred Bruney, the Eagles pulled off a 37–35 victory at the Metrodome to finish the season on an up note.

Two bright spots emerged at the quarterback position as Ron Jaworski returned from the broken leg suffered at the end of the 1984 season, and performed well enough (3,450 passing yards, 17 touchdowns) to be considered for comeback player of the year, though no award was given out. In addition, second-round draft pick Randall Cunningham made his debut on September 22 at Washington and earned his first career victory at RFK Stadium. On November 10, at Veterans Stadium, Jaworski combined with wide receiver Mike Quick for a club-record 99-yard touchdown pass in overtime to beat the Atlanta Falcons, 23–17.

Offseason

NFL draft

Round Pick Player Position School
1 9 Kevin Allen OT Indiana
2 37 Randall Cunningham QB UNLV
4 93 Greg Naron G North Carolina
5 121 Dwayne Jiles LB Texas Tech
6 156 Ken Reeves T Texas A&M
8 205 Tom Polley LB UNLV
9 231 Dave Toub C Texas El-Paso
9 233 Joe Drake NT Arizona
10 261 Mark Kelso DB William & Mary
11 289 Herman Hunter RB Tennessee St.
12 317 Todd Russell DB Boston College

Personnel

Staff

1985 Philadelphia Eagles staff
Front office

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches
  • Defensive Coordinator – Marion Campbell
  • Defensive Line – Tommy Brasher
  • Linebackers – Chuck Clausen
  • Defensive Backs – Fred Bruney

Special teams coaches

  • Special Teams – Frank Gansz


Roster

1985 Philadelphia Eagles roster
Quarterbacks

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen

Linebackers

Defensive backs

Special teams


Reserve lists

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Practice squad



Rookies in italics

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 8, 1985 at New York Giants L 0–21
76,141
2 September 15, 1985 Los Angeles Rams L 6–17
60,920
3 September 22, 1985 at Washington Redskins W 19–6
53,748
4 September 29, 1985 New York Giants L 10–16 (OT)
66,696
5 October 6, 1985 at New Orleans Saints L 21–23
56,364
6 October 13, 1985 St. Louis Cardinals W 30–7
48,186
7 October 20, 1985 Dallas Cowboys W 16–14
70,114
8 October 27, 1985 Buffalo Bills W 21–17
60,987
9 November 3, 1985 at San Francisco 49ers L 13–24
58,383
10 November 10, 1985 Atlanta Falcons W 23–17 (OT)
63,694
11 November 17, 1985 at St. Louis Cardinals W 24–14
39,032
12 November 24, 1985 at Dallas Cowboys L 17–34
54,047
13 December 1, 1985 Minnesota Vikings L 23–28
54,688
14 December 8, 1985 Washington Redskins L 12–17
60,737
15 December 15, 1985 at San Diego Chargers L 14–20
45,569
16 December 22, 1985 at Minnesota Vikings W 37–35
49,722

Game summaries

Week 10

1 234OTTotal
Falcons 0 00170 17
• Eagles 0 14306 23

[2]

Standings

NFC East
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Dallas Cowboys(3) 10 6 0 .625 6–2 7–5 357 333 L1
New York Giants(4) 10 6 0 .625 5–3 8–4 399 283 W1
Washington Redskins 10 6 0 .625 4–4 6–6 297 312 W3
Philadelphia Eagles 7 9 0 .438 4–4 6–8 286 310 W1
St. Louis Cardinals 5 11 0 .313 1–7 3–9 278 414 L2

Awards and honors

References

External links

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