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The 2014 Philadelphia Eagles season will be the 82nd season for the team in the National

 Football League (NFL), who looked to improve on their record from 2013.

 

 The Eagles played all of their home games at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.



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Photo: The #Eagles 2014 regular season schedule, in photos: http://phieagl.es/RN4pa9

 

Regular Season

WeekDateOpponentTime/ResultTV
1 Sun, Sep 7  @ Jacksonville Jaguars                                 W 34 - 17
CBS
2 Mon, Sep 15  @ Indianapolis Colts     8:30PM EST
ESPN
3 Sun, Sep 21  vs Washington Redskins     1:00PM EST
FOX
4 Sun, Sep 28  @ San Francisco 49ers     4:25PM EST
FOX
5 Sun, Oct 5  vs St. Louis Rams     1:00PM EST
FOX
6 Sun, Oct 12  vs New York Giants    8:30PM EST
NBC
7 Sun, Oct 19      BYE WEEK     
 
8 Sun, Oct 26  @ Arizona Cardinals     4:05PM EST
FOX
9 Sun, Nov 2  @ Houston Texans    1:00PM EST
FOX
10 Mon, Nov 10  vs Carolina Panthers    8:30PM EST
ESPN
11 Sun, Nov 16  @ Green Bay Packers    1:00PM EST
FOX
12 Sun, Nov 23   vs Tennessee Titans                                      1:00PM EST          CBS
13 Thu, Nov 27  @ Dallas Cowboys    4:30PM EST
FOX
14 Sun, Dec 7 vs Seattle Seahawks    4:25PM EST
FOX
15 Sun, Dec 14 vs Dallas Cowboys     8:30PM EST
NBC
16 Sat, Dec 20 Washington Redskins    4:30PM EST
CBS / NFL
17 Sun, Dec 28 @ New York Giants    1:00PM EST
FOX


 

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Sunday, September 7
Foles Leads Eagles to 34-17 Win Over Jaguars

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Chip Kelly's halftime message to his team was simple: Execute.

Nick Foles threw two touchdown passes in the second half and the Philadelphia Eagles rallied from 17-0 deficit to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-17 Sunday.

''You can't lose your head out there,'' Kelly said. ''You have to understand that it's a long game. We felt there were plays to be made.''

Foles overcame three turnovers in the first half and threw a 68-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin early in the fourth quarter to give the Eagles their first lead. Fletcher Cox returned a fumble 17 yards for a TD to seal the win.

Philadelphia is the first team to win by 17 points after being blanked and trailing by 17 points at halftime.

Chad Henne threw two touchdown passes to rookie Allen Hurns in the first quarter as the Jaguars (0-1) jumped ahead of the defending NFC East champion Eagles (1-0) early.

But the Jags couldn't sustain their success.

''It's going to be a good lesson for us to take a look at this game and see it is going to be a full 60 minutes that you have to play,'' coach Gus Bradley said.

The Eagles scored TDs on their first two possessions in the third quarter to get within 17-14. Cody Parkey hit a 51-yard field goal on his first career attempt in the fourth to tie it at 17-17.

Then Foles made a perfect deep throw to a wide-open Maclin for the longest pass of his career to put the Eagles ahead 24-17.

''We tried that about five times. We finally got it,'' Kelly said.

Darren Sproles had a 49-yard TD run in his debut with Philadelphia. Zach Ertz caught a 25-yard TD pass from Foles.

Hurns, a rookie free agent from Miami, became the first player with a pair of touchdown receptions in the first quarter of his NFL debut. He scored on his first two catches.

''There's a lot of good things that we did. But at the end of the day, we didn't finish,'' Hurns said.

Foles rebounded from an awful first half to finish with 322 yards passing. He had two fumbles and one pick in the first 20 minutes after he had only four turnovers (two fumbles, two INTs) in a breakout season last year that ended with him being offensive MVP of the Pro Bowl.

''When you face adversity, you have to respond,'' Foles said. ''You can't get frustrated. We made corrections and kept playing.''

Early on, the Eagles barely resembled the offense that set several team records in 2013. The Jaguars stifled Kelly's up-tempo attack, limiting the Eagles to only 129 yards in the first half.

Sproles got them going. He made a one-handed catch and turned it into an 8-yard gain right before he burst up the middle for a 49-yard TD run on fourth-and-1. The longest run in Sproles' nine-year career cut the deficit to 17-7.

''We knew they were getting kind of tired,'' Sproles said. ''We hurried up on them and they weren't even set. They left a big hole in the middle of the field and that's what you want to see as a running back.''

After the Jags went three-and-out, Sproles returned a punt 22 yards to the Jaguars 40. On third-and-5, Foles hit Ertz over the middle for a score to get the Eagles within 17-14.

In the first half, Foles looked nothing like the guy who posted one of the best statistical seasons in history last year. He had 27 touchdown passes and only two interceptions, setting an NFL record for best TD/interception ratio. His passer rating of 119.2 was the third-highest ever.

Foles lost fumbles on Philadelphia's first two possessions, setting up both of Jacksonville's touchdowns.

First, Henne connected with Hurns on a 34-yard TD pass to make it 7-0. Henne then hit Hurns for a 21-yard score on slant pass to make it 14-0.

Josh Scobee nailed a 49-yard field goal to put the Jaguars up 17-0 in the second quarter.

The Eagles were at the Jags 5 when Foles threw an interception to Alan Ball in the back of the end zone.

NOTES: Eagles All-Pro LG Evan Mathis sustained a left knee injury in the first half. RT Allen Barbre injured his right ankle. Kelly had no updates. ... Jaguars SS Johnathan Cyprien and LB J.T. Thomas left with head injuries. ... Eagles DE Brandon Bair blocked Scobee's 36-yard field goal to keep it at 17-0.

 



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