Dec 8, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles (9) passes the ball during the third quarter against the Detroit Lions at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Lions 34-20. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Will The Eagles Ever Have Home Field Advantage Again?


Is the home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Lincoln Financial Field cursed? Will they ever have home field advantage again? Lately it seems more like they have a home field disadvantage. In the past four seasons the Eagles have a losing record at home, an abysmal 13-19. In fact they have not had a winning record at home since the 2009 season in which they went 6-2.

Last season and in 2010 they had a record of 4-4 and incidentally they also won the division. In 2011 the record was 3-5 and in 2012 the record was a nice 2-6. That’s not exactly stellar. It seems Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly may be righting the ship.

So what do you think? Is this the year the Eagles break the curse?

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Here is today’s poll question.

Will the Eagles break the "Home Field Curse" this season?

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  • Tyler Buecher

    With home games this year against the Jaguars, Redskins, Rams, Giants, Panthers, Titans, Seahawks, and Cowboys, I could see the Eagles at 5-3 and start working their way back to owning the Linc.

  • Matthew Barnes

    More likely another 2-6 home campaign.

    Any Super Bowls lately, Skippy?