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Eagles–Washington rivalry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eagles–Washington rivalry
Philadelphia Eagles
Washington Football Team
First meetingOctober 21, 1934
Redskins 6, Eagles 0
Latest meetingJanuary 3, 2021
Lincoln Financial Field
Washington 20, Eagles 14
Next meetingDecember 19, 2021
Statistics
Meetings total174 meetings[1]
All-time seriesWashington, 88–80–6[1]
Postseason resultsWashington, 1–0[1]
Current win streakWashington, 2 (2020–present)

The Eagles–Washington rivalry is a rivalry between the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Football Team, formerly the Redskins, of the National Football League. The rivalry began in 1934, during the time the Redskins played in Boston.

The rivalry is one of the most heated rivalries in the NFL[citation needed], and has featured some memorable moments in NFL history. The rivalry is most notable for the "Body Bag Game", where the Eagles knocked out nine Redskins players in a game in 1990.

Washington leads the all-time series 88–80–6. Washington has won five NFL championships including three Super Bowls, while the Eagles have won four NFL championships including one Super Bowl. The teams have met once in the playoffs, in which the Redskins avenged the Body Bag Game by defeating the Eagles 20–6 in the 1990 NFC Wild Card round.

The rivalry can be attributed to the close proximity of Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. It is mirrored by the National Hockey League rivalry between the Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers.

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Season-by-Season results

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins/Football Team Season-by-Season Results
1930s (Redskins, 9–2)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Boston/Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1934 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
14–7
Redskins
6–0
Redskins
2–0
1935 Eagles 1–0 no game Eagles
7–6
Redskins
2–1
Marks the only time both teams have not met in two regular season meetings.
1936 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
26–3
Redskins
17–7
Redskins
4–1
Redskins lose 1936 NFL Championship.
1937 Tie 1–1 Redskins
10–7
Eagles
14–0
Redskins
5–2
Redskins move from Boston to Washington, win 1937 NFL Championship.
1938 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
26–23
Redskins
20–14
Redskins
7–2
1939 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
7–0
Redskins
7–6
Redskins
9–2
1940s (Eagles, 10–8–2)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1940 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
34–17
Redskins
13–6
Redskins
11–2
Egles move to Connie Mack Stadium, Redskins lose 1940 NFL Championship.
1941 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
21–17
Redskins
20–14
Redskins
13–2
1942 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
14–10
Redskins
30–27
Redskins
15–2
Redskins win 11 straight meetings (1937-42) and eight straight meetings in Philadelphia (1934-42). Redskins win 1942 NFL Championship.
1943 "Steagles" 1–0–1 Tie
14–14
"Steagles"
27–14
Redskins
15–3–1
Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers merge for the 1943 season to become the "Steagles," as both teams lost many players to military service during World War II. Redskins lose 1943 NFL Championship.
1944 Eagles 1–0–1 Tie
31–31
Eagles
37–7
Redskins
15–4–2
1945 Tie 1–1 Eagles
16–0
Redskins
24–14
Redskins
16–5–2
Redskins lose 1945 NFL Championship.
1946 Tie 1–1 Redskins
27–10
Eagles
28–24
Redskins
17–6–2
1947 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
45–42
Eagles
38–14
Redskins
17–8–2
Eagles lose 1947 NFL Championship.
1948 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
45–0
Eagles
42–21
Redskins
17–10–2
Eagles win 1948 NFL Championship.
1949 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
49–14
Eagles
44–21
Redskins
17–12–2
Eagles win 1949 NFL Championship.
1950s (Eagles, 10–9–1)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1950 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
35–3
Eagles
33–0
Redskins
17–14–2
Eagles win eight straight meetings (1947–50).
1951 Tie 1–1 Redskins
27–23
Eagles
35–21
Redskins
18–15–2
1952 Tie 1–1 Eagles
38–20
Redskins
27–21
Redskins
19–16–2
1953 Redskins 1–0–1 Tie
21–21
Redskins
10–0
Redskins
20–16–3
1954 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
41–33
Eagles
49–21
Redskins
20–18–3
1955 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
31–30
Redskins
34–31
Redskins
22–18–3
1956 Tie 1–1 Eagles
13–9
Redskins
19–17
Redskins
23–19–3
1957 Tie 1–1 Eagles
21–12
Redskins
42–7
Redskins
24–20–3
1958 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
24–14
Redskins
20–0
Redskins
26–20–3
Eagles move to Franklin Field.
1959 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
30–23
Eagles
34–14
Redskins
26–22–3
1960s (Tie, 9–9–2)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1960 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
19–13
Eagles
38–28
Redskins
26–24–3
Eagles win 1960 NFL Championship.
1961 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
14–7
Eagles
27–24
Tie
26–26–3
Redskins open Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium (then known as District of Columbia Stadium).
1962 Tie 1–1 Redskins
27–21
Eagles
37–14
Tie
27–27–3
1963 Tie 1–1 Redskins
13–10
Eagles
37–24
Tie
28–28–3
By virtue of being the first meeting taking place in Washington head-to-head, Eagles take their only lead in series meetings to date.
1964 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
35–20
Redskins
21–10
Redskins
30–28–3
1965 Tie 1–1 Eagles
23–21
Redskins
21–10
Redskins
31–29–3
1966 Tie 1–1 Redskins
27–13
Eagles
37–28
Redskins
32–30–3
1967 Eagles 1–0–1 Eagles
35–24
Tie
35–35
Redskins
32–31–4
1968 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
16–10
Redskins
17–14
Redskins
34–31–4
1969 Redskins 1–0–1 Redskins
34–29
Tie
28–28
Redskins
35–31–5
1970s (Redskins, 15–4–1)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1970 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
33–21
Redskins
24–6
Redskins
37–31–5
Both teams placed in the NFC East after AFL-NFL merger.
1971 Redskins 1–0–1 Redskins
20–13
Tie
7–7
Redskins
38–31–6
Eagles open Veterans Stadium.
1972 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
23–7
Redskins
14–0
Redskins
40–31–6
Redskins lose Super Bowl VII.
1973 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
28–7
Redskins
38–20
Redskins
42–31–6
1974 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
27–20
Redskins
26–7
Redskins
44–31–6
Redskins win seven straight meetings (1971–74) and post a 12–0–2 record in the series from 1968–74.
1975 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
26–10
Eagles
26–3
Redskins
44–33–6
1976 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
20–17
Redskins
24–0
Redskins
46–33–6
1977 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
17–14
Redskins
23–17
Redskins
48–33–6
1978 Tie 1–1 Eagles
17–10
Redskins
35–30
Redskins
49–34–6
1979 Tie 1–1 Eagles
28–17
Redskins
17–7
Redskins
50–35–6
1980s (Redskins, 13–7)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1980 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
24–14
Eagles
24–0
Redskins
50–37–6
Eagles lose Super Bowl XV.
1981 Tie 1–1 Eagles
36–13
Redskins
15–13
Redskins
51–38–6
1982 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
37–34
Redskins
13–9
Redskins
53–38–6
Both games played despite players strike reducing the season to 9 games, Redskins win Super Bowl XVII.
1983 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
23–13
Redskins
28–24
Redskins
55–38–6
Redskins lose Super Bowl XVIII.
1984 Tie 1–1 Eagles
16–10
Redskins
20–0
Redskins
56–39–6
1985 Tie 1–1 Redskins
17–12
Eagles
19–6
Redskins
57–40–6
1986 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
21–14
Redskins
41–14
Redskins
59–40–6
1987 Tie 1–1 Eagles
31–27
Redskins
34–24
Redskins
60–41–6
Redskins win Super Bowl XXII.
1988 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
20–19
Redskins
17–10
Redskins
62–41–6
1989 Tie 1–1 Redskins
10–3
Eagles
42–37
Redskins
63–42–6
1990s (Eagles, 13–8)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
1990 Tie 1–1 Eagles
31–27
Redskins
34–24
Redskins
64–43–6
Game in Philadelphia became known as the "Body Bag Game" in which nine Redskins players left the game with injuries, and an Eagles player reacted to one of those injured Redskins by yelling, "Do you guys need any more body bags?"
1990 Playoffs Redskins 1–0 Redskins
20–6
Redskins
65–43–6
NFC Wild Card playoffs. Only playoff meeting between the two teams.
1991 Tie 1–1 Eagles
24–22
Redskins
23–0
Redskins
66–44–6
Eagles hand the Redskins one of their two losses all season. Redskins win Super Bowl XXVI.
1992 Tie 1–1 Eagles
17–13
Redskins
16–12
Redskins
67–45–6
Eagles clinched playoff berth with their home win in Week 16 while the Redskins clinched in Week 17 with help.
1993 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
34–31
Eagles
17–14
Redskins
67–47–6
1994 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
21–17
Eagles
31–29
Redskins
67–49–6
1995 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
37–34(OT)
Eagles
14–7
Redskins
67–51–6
1996 Tie 1–1 Redskins
26–21
Eagles
17–14
Redskins
68–52–6
Eagles win eight straight meetings (1992–96).
1997 Tie 1–1 Eagles
24–10
Redskins
35–32
Redskins
69–53–6
Redskins open FedEx Field (then known as Jack Kent Cooke Stadium).
1998 Tie 1–1 Eagles
17–12
Redskins
28–3
Redskins
70–54–6
1999 Tie 1–1 Eagles
38–35
Redskins
20–17(OT)
Redskins
71–55–6
2000s (Eagles, 13–7)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
2000 Tie 1–1 Redskins
17–14
Eagles
23–20
Redskins
72–56–6
2001 Tie 1–1 Redskins
13–3
Eagles
20–6
Redskins
73–57–6
2002 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
34–21
Eagles
37–7
Redskins
73–59–6
2003 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
27–25
Eagles
31–7
Redskins
73–61–6
Eagles open Lincoln Financial Field. Eagles clinch NFC East and a bye in Washington in Week 17, and home-field advantage the next day.
2004 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
28–6
Eagles
17–14
Redskins
73–63–6
Eagles win seven straight meetings (2001–04). Eagles lose Super Bowl XXXIX.
2005 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
31–20
Redskins
17–10
Redskins
75–63–6
Redskins' first season sweep of Eagles since 1986. Redskins clinch playoff berth in Week 17 in Philadelphia.
2006 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
27–3
Eagles
21–19
Redskins
75–65–6
Eagles win in Washington began the Eagles division sweep of all NFC East teams on the road across three consecutive weeks.
2007 Tie 1–1 Redskins
20–12
Eagles
33–25
Redskins
76–66–6
2008 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
23–17
Redskins
10–3
Redskins
78–66–6
2009 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
27–24
Eagles
27–17
Redskins
78–68–6
2010s (Eagles, 12–8)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins Overall series Notes
2010 Tie 1–1 Redskins
17–12
Eagles
59–28
Redskins
79–69–6
Game in Philadelphia was Donovan McNabb's first trip back since leaving the Eagles. Eagles set record number of points scored by one team on Monday Night Football.
2011 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
34–10
Eagles
20–13
Redskins
79–71–6
2012 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
27–20
Redskins
31–6
Redskins
81–71–6
2013 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
24–16
Eagles
33–27
Redskins
81–73–6
2014 Tie 1–1 Eagles
37–34
Redskins
27–24
Redskins
82–74–6
Redskins' upset win eliminates the Eagles from playoff contention.
2015 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
38–24
Redskins
23–20
Redskins
84–74–6
Redskins clinch NFC East with win in Philadelphia, and the Eagles fire Chip Kelly the day after.
2016 Redskins 2–0 Redskins
27–20
Redskins
27–22
Redskins
86–74–6
2017 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
34–24
Eagles
30–17
Redskins
86–76–6
Eagles win Super Bowl LII.
2018 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
28–13
Eagles
24–0
Redskins
86–78–6
Eagles clinched a wild card berth with a win in Washington and a Minnesota loss in Week 17.
2019 Eagles 2–0 Eagles
32–27
Eagles
37–27
Redskins
86–80–6
Eagles overcome 17–0 deficit to win at home over Washington on opening day. Greg Ward's touchdown reception with under 30 seconds remaining sealed the Eagles completing the head-to-head sweep in Washington.
2020s (Washington, 2–0)
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Football Team Overall series Notes
2020 Washington 2–0 Washington
20–14
Washington
27–17
Washington
88–80–6
Redskins adopt "Washington Football Team" as a temporary nickname. In a role reversal from 2019, Washington overcomes a 17–0 deficit to win on opening day at home. Washington clinched the NFC East in their win in Philadelphia in week 17.
2021
Summary of Results
Season Season series at Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins/Football Team Notes
Regular season Washington 87–80–6 Washington 42–41–3 Washington 45–39–3
Postseason Washington 1–0 Washington 1–0 no games 1990 NFC Wild Card playoffs
Regular and postseason Washington 88–80–6 Washington 43–41–3 Washington 45–39–3

References

  1. ^ a b c "All-Time Team vs. Team Results". 2020 Official National Football League Record & Fact Book. NFL Enterprises, LLC. August 17, 2020. Retrieved September 21, 2020.
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