In honor of the Phillies playing in the World Series tonight, I have decided to look back at the last Philadelphia team to get in a Championship game. This video is the Story of the 2004 NFC Champions. The Eagles did end up losing the Super Bowl, but it was such a great season.
I think the Phillies will be the first team to break the Championship dought, and Philadelphia will parade down Broad Street.
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