As training camps begin across the NFL, it is time to take a look at your
2014 Philadelphia Eagles. The defending NFC East champions will look to solidify their
stranglehold on the division this year, hoping to hold off the Washington
Redskins, New York Giants, and Dallas Cowboys. All three teams’ fan bases expect
a playoff appearance every year so the Eagles will certainly be a target on the
With Chip Kelly, the Philadelphia Eagles think they have their long term
“franchise” coach. They also think they have their franchise quarterback in Nick
Foles. Foles took over for the now departed Michael Vick (currently a member of
the New York Jets) and surprised fans by leading the Eagles to the postseason. A
repeat won’t be easy, but many in Philadelphia think Foles will ultimately be
the real deal and the first steady quarterback to be at the helm since Donovan
For fans looking to get an early glance at Philly, Eagles tickets are very cheap
for the two preseason home games. Right now, the average ticket price for the
August 21st matchup with Pennsylvania rival Pittsburgh is only $80 with the
cheapest ticket available at a paltry $20. Compare that to the home opener
against the Jacksonville Jaguars which currently has an average ticket price of
$211 with a get-in price of $87, almost ten dollars higher than the average
price for the Steelers game.
Philadelphia Eagles tickets are even cheaper for the second home preseason game
with an average ticket price of $58 for their August 28th matchup against the
New York Jets. That will be the fourth and final preseason game for both teams.
Chances are Nick Foles will play no more than a series or two in that game, so
expect new Eagles backup quarterback Mark Sanchez to get some time on the field
against his former team.