2022 Philadelphia Eagles season
OwnerJeffrey Lurie
General managerHowie Roseman
Head coachNick Sirianni
Home fieldLincoln Financial Field
Division place1st NFC East
Playoff finishWon Divisional Playoffs
(vs. Giants) 38–7
Won NFC Championship
(vs. 49ers) 31–7
Lost Super Bowl LVII
(vs. Chiefs) 35–38
Pro Bowlers
AP All-Pros

The 2022 season was the Philadelphia Eagles' 90th in the National Football League (NFL), their 20th playing home games at Lincoln Financial Field, their second under head coach Nick Sirianni, and seventh under general manager Howie Roseman since he returned to the position (twelfth overall). The Eagles started 8–0 for the first time in franchise history,[1] before their winning streak was snapped with a 32–21 upset loss to the Washington Commanders in Week 10. They improved on their 9–8 record from last year after a 40–33 victory over the Green Bay Packers in Week 12. With a 48–22 road win over the division rival New York Giants in Week 14, the Eagles clinched their second straight playoff berth, and their fifth in six seasons. After a 25–20 road win over the Chicago Bears in Week 15, the Eagles matched their franchise-best 13–1 start in the 2004 season and secured their third 13-win season win in franchise history, after 2004 and 2017. With a 22–16 win over the Giants in Week 18, the Eagles won the NFC East for the first time since 2019, and clinched the NFC's #1 seed for the first time since 2017. The Eagles also reached 14 regular season wins, a franchise record.

In the Divisional Round, the Eagles routed the Giants 38–7 for their first postseason win since 2018. With this win, Philadelphia completed a 3-0 sweep of all three games played against New York, and advanced to the NFC Championship for the first time since 2017. The Eagles went on to win the NFC Championship against the San Francisco 49ers 31–7, advancing to Super Bowl LVII, their fourth Super Bowl appearance in franchise history, to face the Kansas City Chiefs and former longtime head coach Andy Reid. The Eagles lost to the Chiefs, 35–38 and still blame the field.

This season was the first season in which the Eagles used a black alternate helmet, following the NFL modifying a 2013 rule limiting teams to one helmet.[2]

Roster changes

Free agents

Position Player Tag 2022 team Notes
OLB Genard Avery UFA Pittsburgh Steelers 1 year
C Jason Kelce UFA Philadelphia Eagles 1 year, $14m
DE Derek Barnett UFA Philadelphia Eagles 2 years, $14m
SS Anthony Harris UFA Philadelphia Eagles 1 year, $2.5m
RB Jordan Howard UFA New Orleans Saints Practice Squad
FS Rodney McLeod UFA Indianapolis Colts
CB Steven Nelson UFA Houston Texans
DT Hassan Ridgeway UFA San Francisco 49ers 1 year
TE Jason Croom UFA
G Nate Herbig RFA Philadelphia Eagles 1 year
RB Boston Scott RFA Philadelphia Eagles 1 year, $1.8m
OLB Alex Singleton RFA Denver Broncos 1 year
WR Greg Ward RFA Philadelphia Eagles 1 year
CB Andre Chachere ERFA Philadelphia Eagles 1 year
2022 Eagles
Player re-signed by the Eagles Player signed by another team


Position Player Tag 2021 team Date signed Notes
OLB Haason Reddick UFA Carolina Panthers March 14 3 years, $45m
DT Fletcher Cox UFA Philadelphia Eagles March 19 1 year, $14m
WR Zach Pascal UFA Indianapolis Colts March 21 1 year, $1.5m
ILB Kyzir White UFA Los Angeles Chargers March 26 1 year, $5m
WR Devon Allen UFA April 8 1 year, $705k
WR Keric Wheatfall UFA May 16 3 year, $2.6m
WR Josh Hammond UFA Jacksonville Jaguars May 17 1 year, $705k
CB James Bradberry UFA New York Giants May 18 1 year, $10m
CB Jimmy Moreland UFA Houston Texans May 23 1 year, $965k
S Jaquiski Tartt UFA San Francisco 49ers June 17 1 year, $2.5m
DT Kobe Smith UFA Tampa Bay Buccaneers June 26 1 year, $705k
TE Jaeden Graham UFA Atlanta Falcons June 27 1 year, 895k
C Cameron Tom UFA Miami Dolphins June 27 1 year, $965k
WR Lance Lenoir UFA Michigan Panthers June 27 1 year, $825k
QB Ian Book WVR New Orleans Saints August 31 1 year
RB Trey Sermon WVR San Francisco 49ers September 1 1 year
DE Janarius Robinson UFA Minnesota Vikings September 13 1 year
DT Linval Joseph UFA Los Angeles Chargers November 16 1 year
DT Ndamukong Suh UFA Tampa Bay Buccaneers November 17 1 year


Position Player 2022 team Date Reason
OG Brandon Brooks January 26 Retired
DT Fletcher Cox Philadelphia Eagles March 17 Released
OG Nate Herbig New York Jets May 3 Released
OLB Joe Ostman May 23 Released
CB Craig James New York Jets July 18 Released
WR Josh Hammond New England Patriots June 26 Released
DT Noah Elliss June 26 Released
OT Jarrid Williams June 27 Released
DE Ryan Kerrigan July 29 Retired
WR Keric Wheatfall August 11 Released
OG William Dunkle Pittsburgh Steelers August 14 Released
LB Ali Fayad Toronto Argonauts August 14 Released
WR Lance Lenoir August 16 Released
S Jared Mayden August 16 Released
CB Jimmy Moreland New York Jets August 16 Released
CB Josh Blackwell Chicago Bears August 23 Released
RB DeAndre Torrey August 23 Released
OT Jarrid Williams Philadelphia Eagles August 23 Released
LB Davion Taylor Philadelphia Eagles August 31 Released
DE Tarron Jackson Philadelphia Eagles October 26 Released
S Andre Chachere Philadelphia Eagles December 6 Released
OG Sua Opeta Philadelphia Eagles January 6 Released



Main article: 2022 NFL Draft

2022 Philadelphia Eagles Draft
Round Selection Player Position College Notes
1 13 Jordan Davis DT Georgia from Cleveland via Houston[A]
15 Traded to Houston[A] from Miami[B]
16 Traded to New Orleans[C] from Indianapolis[D]
18 Traded to Tennessee[E] from New Orleans[C]
19 Traded to New Orleans[C]
2 51 Cam Jurgens C Nebraska
3 83 Nakobe Dean LB Georgia
101 Traded to Tennessee[E] 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection; from New Orleans[C]
4 124 Traded to Houston[A]
5 154 Traded to Jacksonville[F] from Washington[G]
162 Traded to Houston[A]
166 Traded to Houston[A] from Arizona[H]
6 181 Kyron Johnson DE Kansas from Detroit[I]
188 Traded to Detroit[I] from Seahawks via Jaguars[F]
194 Traded to New Orleans[C] from Indianapolis[J]
197 Traded to Jacksonville[K]
198 Grant Calcaterra TE SMU from Pittsburgh via Jacksonville[F]
206 Traded to Denver[L] from Tampa Bay via NY Jets[M]
7 237 Traded to Detroit[I] from New Orleans[C]
240 Traded to Indianapolis[J]

Draft trades

  1. ^ a b c d e The Eagles traded a first-, a fourth- and two fifth-round selections (15th, 124th, 162nd and 166th overall) to the Houston Texans in exchange for a first-round selection (13th overall).
  2. ^ The Eagles traded 2021 first (6th overall) and 2021 fifth (156th overall) round selections to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a 2021 first round selection (12th overall), a 2021 fourth round selection (123rd overall), and 2022 first round selection.[9]
  3. ^ a b c d e f The Eagles traded two first- and a sixth-round selection (16th, 19th and 194th overall) to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for first-, third- and seventh-round selections (18th, 101st and 237th overall), a 2023 first-round selection and a 2024 second-round selection.
  4. ^ The Eagles traded QB Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a conditional second-round selection and a 2021 third-round selection. The conditional selection became a first-round selection (16th overall) because Wentz played 75% of Indianapolis' offensive snaps.
  5. ^ a b The Eagles traded first- and third-round selections (18th and 101st overall) to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for WR A. J. Brown.
  6. ^ a b c The Eagles traded a fifth-round selection (154th overall) to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for two sixth-round selections (188th and 198th overall).
  7. ^ The Eagles traded 2021 sixth and seventh-round selections to the Washington Commanders in exchange for a fifth-round selection (154th overall).
  8. ^ The Eagles traded TE Zach Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for CB Tay Gowan and a fifth-round selection (166th overall).[10]
  9. ^ a b c The Eagles traded sixth- and seventh-round selections (188th and 237th overall) to the Detroit Lions in exchange for a sixth-round selection (181st overall).
  10. ^ a b The Eagles traded G Matt Pryor and a seventh-round selection (240th overall) to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a sixth-round selection (194th overall).
  11. ^ The Eagles traded a conditional sixth-round selection (197th overall) to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for QB Gardner Minshew.[11]
  12. ^ The Eagles traded a sixth-round selection (206th overall) to the Denver Broncos in exchange for CB Kary Vincent Jr.
  13. ^ The Eagles traded QB Joe Flacco to the New York Jets in exchange for a conditional sixth-round selection (206th overall). The pick would have been elevated to the fifth round if Flacco had met playing time conditions.
2022 Philadelphia Eagles undrafted free agents
Name Position College Ref.
Josh Blackwell CB Duke [12]
Reed Blankenship S Middle Tennessee
Kennedy Brooks RB Oklahoma
Britain Covey WR Utah
William Dunkle G San Diego State
Noah Elliss DT Idaho
Ali Fayad LB Western Michigan
Mario Goodrich CB Clemson
Josh Jobe Alabama
Josh Sills G Oklahoma State
Carson Strong QB Nevada
DeAndre Torrey RB North Texas
Jarrid Williams OT Miami (FL)


2022 Philadelphia Eagles staff
Front office
  • Chairman/CEO – Jeffrey Lurie
  • President – Don Smolenski
  • General manager/executive vice president – Howie Roseman
  • Assistant general manager – Alec Halaby
  • Assistant general manager – Jon Ferrari
  • Senior advisor to the general manager/chief security officer – Dom DiSandro
  • Director of football operations – Jeff Scott
  • Vice president of football administration – Jake Rosenberg
  • Vice president of football transactions and Strategic Planning – Bryce Johnston
  • Senior personnel director/advisor to the general manager – Matt Russell
  • Senior personnel director/advisor to the general manager – Dave Caldwell
  • Director of player development – Connor Barwin
  • Director of scouting – Brandon Hunt
  • Director of player personnel – Charles Walls
  • Director of player personnel – Alan Wolking
  • Director of draft management – Phil Bhaya
  • Director of pro scouting – Max Gruder
  • Assistant director of pro personnel – Jeremy Gray
  • Senior director of college scouting – Anthony Patch
  • Assistant director of college scouting – Ryan Myers
  • Director of football analytics – James Gilman
  • Assistant director of football analytics – John Liu

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches
  • Defensive coordinator – Jonathan Gannon
  • Defensive line – Tracy Rocker
  • Defensive ends/outside linebackers – Jeremiah Washburn
  • Linebackers – Nick Rallis
  • Defensive passing game coordinator/defensive backs – Dennard Wilson
  • Assistant defensive backs – D.K. McDonald
  • Defensive assistant – Tyler Scudder
  • Defensive quality control – Joe Kasper

Special teams coaches

  • Special teams coordinator – Michael Clay
  • Assistant special teams – Joe Pannunzio
  • Special teams quality control – Tyler Brown

Strength and conditioning

Final roster

2022 Philadelphia Eagles final roster

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen


Defensive backs

Special teams

Reserve lists

Practice squad

Rookies in italics
53 active, 7 inactive, 16 practice squad (+1 exempt)

Team captains



Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 August 12 New York Jets L 21–24 0–1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
2 August 21 at Cleveland Browns W 21–20 1–1 First Energy Stadium Recap
3 August 27 at Miami Dolphins L 10–48 1–2 Hard Rock Stadium Recap

Regular season


Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 September 11 at Detroit Lions W 38–35 1–0 Ford Field Recap
2 September 19 Minnesota Vikings W 24–7 2–0 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
3 September 25 at Washington Commanders W 24–8 3–0 FedExField Recap
4 October 2 Jacksonville Jaguars W 29–21 4–0 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
5 October 9 at Arizona Cardinals W 20–17 5–0 State Farm Stadium Recap
6 October 16 Dallas Cowboys W 26–17 6–0 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
7 Bye
8 October 30 Pittsburgh Steelers W 35–13 7–0 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
9 November 3 at Houston Texans W 29–17 8–0 NRG Stadium Recap
10 November 14 Washington Commanders L 21–32 8–1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
11 November 20 at Indianapolis Colts W 17–16 9–1 Lucas Oil Stadium Recap
12 November 27 Green Bay Packers W 40–33 10–1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
13 December 4 Tennessee Titans W 35–10 11–1 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
14 December 11 at New York Giants W 48–22 12–1 MetLife Stadium Recap
15 December 18 at Chicago Bears W 25–20 13–1 Soldier Field Recap
16 December 24 at Dallas Cowboys L 34–40 13–2 AT&T Stadium Recap
17 January 1 New Orleans Saints L 10–20 13–3 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
18 January 8 New York Giants W 22–16 14–3 Lincoln Financial Field Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: at Detroit Lions

Week 1: Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 0 24 14038
Lions 7 7 71435

at Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan

Game information

For the third straight year, the Eagles were on the road to kick off the season. After the Lions scored on their opening drive, the Eagles would score 21 unanswered points. The Lions would try and rally with 21 points in the second half, but the Eagles would hang on and defeat the Lions for the second straight year. With the win, the Eagles started 1–0 for the ninth time since 2010 and for the second time under head coach Nick Sirianni.

Week 2: vs. Minnesota Vikings

Week 2: Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Vikings 0 7 007
Eagles 7 17 0024

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

This week 2 matchup was thought to see two high powered offenses go at it in a possible high scoring affair. However, only the Eagles would show off their high powered offense. The Eagles would receive the ball and march down the field finishing with a 3 yard Jalen Hurts touchdown. Kicking off the second quarter, Jalen Hurts would connect with Quez Watkins on a 53 yard touchdown to double Philadelphia's lead to 14–0. The Vikings would counter that with a touchdown pass from Kirk Cousins to Irv Smith Jr. Later in the second quarter, Jalen Hurts would scramble and power his way in for a 26 yard touchdown (the longest from an Eagles QB since Donovan McNabb in 2002). The Eagles would close out the second quarter with a Jake Elliott 38 yard field goal. In the second half, the Eagles defense would step up and shut down the Vikings offense. The only glimmers of hope for Minnesota were a blocked field goal in the third quarter and a fourth-quarter interception by former Eagle Jordan Hicks; in both instances, however, each of the ensuing Vikings drives ended in Eagles interceptions. Despite no second half points from either team, the Eagles looked to be the dominant team. The Eagles would go on to win and have their first 2–0 start since 2016. Furthermore, this game was by far Jalen Hurts' best performance throwing the ball and claimed by many media members his possible "breakout game." Jalen would finish 26 of 31 for 333 yards 3 total touchdowns and 1 interception with a passer rating of 108.7.

Week 3: at Washington Commanders

Week 3: Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 0 24 0024
Commanders 0 0 088

at FedExField, Landover, Maryland

  • Date: September 25
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EDT
  • Game weather: Sunny, 72 °F (22 °C)
  • Game attendance: 64,426
  • Referee: Ronald Torbert
  • TV announcers (Fox): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth and Kristina Pink
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

In his first time facing the Eagles since being traded away from them, Carson Wentz was sacked 9 times and the Commanders only had 47 total yards of offense in the first half. Jalen Hurts threw for 300 yards in back-to-back games and threw touchdown passes to Dallas Goedert, A. J. Brown, and DeVonta Smith in the second quarter. The third touchdown to Smith to make the score 24–0 was on the last play of the 1st half on 4th and Goal from the 1-yard line. Smith finished with 8 receptions for 169 yards, and the Eagles won 24–8. They became the first NFC team to hit the 3–0 mark and was the first time they accomplished that feat in six years.

Week 4: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 4: Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Jaguars 14 0 0721
Eagles 0 20 0929

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

The Eagles hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars in a reunion with former Eagles head coach, Doug Pederson. Philadelphia entered the game as the lone unbeaten team in the league following the Miami Dolphins' loss to the Cincinnati Bengals the previous Thursday. The Jaguars jumped out to a quick 14–0 lead following a pick six by Andre Cisco and a 4 yard touchdown reception by Jamal Agnew. The Eagles rebounded with a dominant second quarter to take a 20–14 lead on touchdown runs by Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders, and Kenneth Gainwell. The defense would also stymie Jacksonville throughout the game, forcing an interception and four Trevor Lawrence fumbles, including one that snuffed out any hope of a Jaguars comeback. With the 29–21 win, the Eagles improved to 4–0 for the first time since the 2004 season.

Also with this win, Philadelphia defeated Jacksonville for the fourth straight time. The Eagles took their first-ever lead in their all-time series with the Jaguars: now leading 4–3 after initially trailing 0–3.

Week 5: at Arizona Cardinals

Week 5: Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 7 7 3320
Cardinals 0 10 0717

at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Game information

The Eagles withstood a late rally by the Cardinals and improved to 5–0 on the season. This was Philadelphia's first win in Arizona since the 2001 season, as well as their first ever win at State Farm Stadium.

Week 6: vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week 6: Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Cowboys 0 3 7717
Eagles 0 20 0626

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

The Eagles continued their 2nd quarter dominance, scoring 20 points on four consecutive drives. The Cowboys offense battled back in the 2nd half scoring touchdowns on two long drives to cut the deficit to 20–17, but DeVonta Smith scored a touchdown to make it a two-score game again. Cooper Rush threw his third interception, with the following drive leading to a missed field goal attempt. The Eagles ran out the clock and won 26–17. This was the Eagles' first win against the Cowboys since 2020, their first with Hurts at starting QB and Sirianni as head coach. They also started 6–0 for the third time in franchise history.

Week 8: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 8: Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Steelers 7 3 3013
Eagles 7 14 7735

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

With this win, the Eagles matched their franchise best 7–0 start in 2004.

Week 9: at Houston Texans

Week 9: Philadelphia Eagles at Houston Texans – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 7 7 7829
Texans 7 7 3017

at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

Game information

This was played the same day as Game 5 of the 2022 World Series between the Houston Astros and the Philadelphia Phillies, moved back by one day due to rain in Philadelphia earlier in the week. Estimates from Nielsen Media Research show the baseball game drew an average of five million more viewers, with a share of at least 50 in both Philadelphia and Houston. Meanwhile, the football game, originally scheduled to air on the Fox affiliates in both markets per NFL rules, moved to the MyNetworkTV affiliates in both markets.[14][15]

Week 10: vs. Washington Commanders

Week 10: Washington Commanders at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Commanders 7 13 3932
Eagles 14 0 0721

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

The Eagles welcomed the surging Washington Commanders to Philadelphia for a rematch of their Week 3 meeting. Philadelphia started strong early, but the tables would turn in the second quarter once Washington got their run game going. The Commanders rallied behind a dominant ground attack and a lights-out defense, outscoring the Eagles 25–7 over the final three quarters to hand Philadelphia its first defeat of the season in a 32–21 upset. With the stunning loss, the Eagles fell to 8–1 and failed to become the first NFL team to start a season 9–0 since the Steelers did two seasons ago, who coincidentally also faced their first loss to Washington, who were then the Washington Football Team. Despite this loss, Philadelphia still tied a franchise record for their best start at 8–1.

Week 11: at Indianapolis Colts

Week 11: Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 0 3 01417
Colts 7 3 3316

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

Game information

This was head coach Nick Sirianni's first return to Indianapolis since leaving the team in January 2021 to become the Eagles' head coach. Sirianni previously served as the Colts' offensive coordinator under then-head coach Frank Reich from 2018 to 2020, appearing in the playoffs twice in that span, and Sirianni's last game was the 2020 AFC Wild Card game, which was a 27–24 loss to the Buffalo Bills. After trailing 13–3 through three quarters, the Eagles rallied in the fourth quarter to stun the Colts 17–16. This victory marked the first time the Eagles won a game after trailing by 10 or more points entering the fourth quarter since 2010. The Eagles improved to 9–1, matching their win total from 2018, 2019, and 2021, and matching their best record through 10 games set in 1949, 1960, 1980, 2004, and 2017.

Week 12: vs. Green Bay Packers

Week 12: Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Packers 14 6 31033
Eagles 13 14 7640

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Date: November 27
  • Game time: 8:20 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 61 °F (16 °C)
  • Game attendance: 69,879
  • Referee: Shawn Smith
  • TV announcers (NBC): Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth and Melissa Stark
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

The Eagles put up 363 rushing yards against Green Bay, with both Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders rushing for over 100 yards each. While the Eagles defense gave up 33 points to the Packers, they intercepted Aaron Rodgers twice. Rodgers exited the game in the third quarter due to an injury and was replaced by Jordan Love, who threw a 63-yard touchdown to rookie wide receiver Christian Watson. The Eagles would clinch the victory with a 54-yard field goal from Jake Elliott. With the win, the Eagles improved to 10–1 (their first double digit win season since 2017) and maintained their lead in the NFC.

Week 13: vs. Tennessee Titans

Week 13: Tennessee Titans at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Titans 7 3 0010
Eagles 7 14 7735

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

A. J. Brown dominated his former team for 119 yards and 2 touchdowns on 8 receptions. Philadelphia's defense held Titans star running back Derrick Henry to just 30 yards on the day. With the win, the Eagles improved to 11–1, their best start in 12 games since 2004.

Week 14: at New York Giants

Week 14: Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 7 17 101448
Giants 0 7 7822

at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

Game information

The Eagles improved to 12–1, clinching their second consecutive playoff berth, and their best start since 2004. The 48 points scored by the Eagles were the most since 2017 versus the Broncos. Jalen Hurts had his 10th rushing touchdown of 2022 in this game, becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to have 10 or more rushing touchdowns in back to back seasons.

Week 15: at Chicago Bears

Week 15: Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 0 10 7825
Bears 0 6 7720

at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

  • Date: December 18
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EST/12:00 p.m. CST
  • Game weather: Sunny, 18 °F (−8 °C)
  • Game attendance: 48,423
  • Referee: Brad Rogers
  • TV announcers (Fox): Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston and Pam Oliver
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

The Eagles would go on to win their 13th game for the third time in franchise history (2017, 2004 prior) and their best start since 2004. After a shaky start with 2 interceptions, Jalen Hurts would settle in throwing for 315 yards and scoring 3 touchdowns. Those touchdowns would tie the most total touchdowns (35) by a quarterback in a season. A day after the game, it was revealed that Hurts had sprained his shoulder late in the third quarter. Impressively, Hurts went 6/9 for 102 yards and 104.9 rating with a sprained shoulder.

Week 16: at Dallas Cowboys

Week 16: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Eagles 10 10 7734
Cowboys 7 10 101340

at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

  • Date: December 24
  • Game time: 4:25 p.m. EST/3:25 p.m. CST
  • Game weather: None (retractable roof closed)
  • Game attendance: 93,754
  • Referee: Alex Kemp
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen and Erin Andrews
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

Backup quarterback Gardner Minshew started the Eagles' road finale against the arch-rival Cowboys in place of Jalen Hurts, who was sitting out due to the shoulder injury he sustained the prior week against Chicago. Despite a solid performance by Minshew, Philadelphia blew two 10–point leads and was doomed by a season-high four turnovers, all of which led to scoring drives for Dallas, in what turned out to be a high-scoring slugfest. Trailing 40–34 late in the game, Minshew attempted to lead the Eagles on a go-ahead drive into Cowboys territory, but a fourth-down pass would fall incomplete, sealing Philadelphia's first and ultimately only road loss of the season. With the loss, the Eagles fell to 13–2.

Week 17: vs. New Orleans Saints

Week 17: New Orleans Saints at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Saints 7 6 0720
Eagles 0 0 10010

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Date: January 1
  • Game time: 1:00 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Sunny, 55 °F (13 °C)
  • Game attendance: 69,796
  • Referee: Jerome Boger
  • TV announcers (Fox): Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston and Pam Oliver
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

The Eagles returned home, seeking to clinch the NFC East for the first time since 2019 and the number 1 seed for the first time since 2017. However, they were instead dealt their second straight defeat in a defensive slugfest with a red-hot New Orleans Saints team. After falling behind 13–0 at halftime, Philadelphia pulled within three points of New Orleans with a ten-point third quarter, but their momentum would be halted with a Marshon Lattimore pick-six in the fourth quarter. With the 20–10 upset loss, the Eagles dropped to 13–3 on the year, and now need either a Week 18 win against the New York Giants or a Dallas Cowboys loss to clinch the division. It was the first since the 2018 season that Philadelphia was defeated by New Orleans.

Week 18: vs. New York Giants

Week 18: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Giants 0 0 31316
Eagles 10 6 3322

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Date: January 8
  • Game time: 4:25 p.m. EST
  • Game weather: Partly cloudy, 42 °F (6 °C)
  • Game attendance: 69,879
  • Referee: Carl Cheffers
  • TV announcers (CBS): Ian Eagle, Charles Davis and Evan Washburn
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

Jalen Hurts returned to the Eagles' lineup against the New York Giants after missing the previous two games to a shoulder injury. Philadelphia would secure the NFC East division and the NFC's top seed behind five field goals by Jake Elliott and a rushing touchdown by Boston Scott. With the 22–16 victory, their ninth straight at home against the Giants, the Eagles finished the regular season with a 14–3 record, and set a franchise high for most regular season wins in a season.



NFC East
(1) Philadelphia Eagles 14 3 0 .824 4–2 9–3 477 344 W1
(5) Dallas Cowboys 12 5 0 .706 4–2 8–4 467 342 L1
(6) New York Giants 9 7 1 .559 1–4–1 4–7–1 365 371 L1
Washington Commanders 8 8 1 .500 2–3–1 5–6–1 321 343 W1


Division leaders
1 Philadelphia Eagles East 14 3 0 .824 4–2 9–3 .474 .460 W1
2[a] San Francisco 49ers West 13 4 0 .765 6–0 10–2 .417 .414 W10
3[a] Minnesota Vikings North 13 4 0 .765 4–2 8–4 .474 .425 W1
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 8 9 0 .471 4–2 8–4 .503 .426 L1
Wild cards
5 Dallas Cowboys East 12 5 0 .706 4–2 8–4 .507 .485 L1
6 New York Giants East 9 7 1 .559 1–4–1 4–7–1 .526 .395 L1
7[b] Seattle Seahawks West 9 8 0 .529 4–2 6–6 .462 .382 W2
Did not qualify for the postseason
8[b] Detroit Lions North 9 8 0 .529 5–1 7–5 .535 .451 W2
9 Washington Commanders East 8 8 1 .500 2–3–1 5–6–1 .536 .449 W1
10 Green Bay Packers North 8 9 0 .471 3–3 6–6 .524 .449 L1
11[c] Carolina Panthers South 7 10 0 .412 4–2 6–6 .474 .437 W1
12[c][d] New Orleans Saints South 7 10 0 .412 2–4 5–7 .507 .462 L1
13[c][d] Atlanta Falcons South 7 10 0 .412 2–4 6–6 .467 .429 W2
14 Los Angeles Rams West 5 12 0 .294 1–5 3–9 .517 .341 L2
15 Arizona Cardinals West 4 13 0 .235 1–5 3–9 .529 .368 L7
16 Chicago Bears North 3 14 0 .176 0–6 1–11 .571 .480 L10
  1. ^ a b San Francisco finished ahead of Minnesota based on conference record (10–2 vs. 8–4).
  2. ^ a b Seattle finished ahead of Detroit based on head-to-head victory.
  3. ^ a b c Carolina finished ahead of New Orleans and Atlanta based on head-to-head record (3–1 vs. 2–2/1–3).
  4. ^ a b New Orleans finished ahead of Atlanta based on head-to-head sweep.
  5. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.


See also: 2022–23 NFL playoffs


Round Date Opponent (seed) Result Record Venue Recap
Wild Card First-round bye
Divisional January 21 New York Giants (6) W 38–7 1–0 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
NFC Championship January 29 San Francisco 49ers (2) W 31–7 2–0 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
Super Bowl LVII February 12 vs. Kansas City Chiefs (A1) L 35–38 2–1 State Farm Stadium Recap

Game summaries

NFC Divisional Playoffs: vs. (6) New York Giants

NFC Divisional Playoffs: (6) New York Giants at (1) Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Giants 0 0 707
Eagles 14 14 01038

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

The Eagles met their division rival, the New York Giants in the Divisional playoff game. Behind a running game that produced 268 yards on 44 carries, as well as seeing the defense force a turnover with an interception by former New York Giant, James Bradberry, the Eagles won that game convincingly, and advanced to the NFC Championship, their first since the Super Bowl-winning 2017 season.

NFC Championship: vs. (2) San Francisco 49ers

NFC Championship: (2) San Francisco 49ers at (1) Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
49ers 0 7 007
Eagles 7 14 7331

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Game information

The Eagles hosted the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. It was the first season since 2017 that the Eagles would host the conference title game. While this game featured two of the league's top offenses, it was the play of both defensive units (with the 49ers ranked first and the Eagles ranked second in the NFC) that controlled the majority of the game. A critical fourth-down conversion throw from Jalen Hurts to Devonta Smith allowed the Eagles to post the game's first score on a touchdown run by Miles Sanders on the initial drive. The 49ers' first drive ended early when Eagles linebacker Haason Reddick was able to force a fumble on an attempted throw by rookie quarterback Brock Purdy. Purdy suffered a UCL injury on the play, hampering his ability to throw the ball for the remainder of the game. Fourth-string quarterback Josh Johnson took over for San Francisco, but proved to be largely ineffective against the Eagles' defense, completing 7 of 13 passes for 74 yards and losing a fumble before he too was knocked out of the game, suffering from concussion symptoms on a play made by Ndamukong Suh.

The 49ers were able to limit Jalen Hurts to just 121 yards passing on 15 of 25 throws, sacking him once. However, the combination of short fields given to the offense by the turnovers created by the defense, three fumble recoveries, and their reliance on their running game against the league-best run defense proved to be the difference. Philadelphia ran the ball for 44 carries, totaling 148 yards for the day, and scored all four touchdowns on rushes, with two touchdowns coming from Miles Sanders, a 10-yard touchdown run just before halftime by Boston Scott, and a 1-yard quarterback sneak for a touchdown by Hurts. San Francisco's lone score of the game came on a 23-yard touchdown run by Christian McCaffrey, as he broke through several tackles to then tie the game at 7–7. However, the second touchdown by Sanders and Boston Scott's touchdown run after Johnson's fumble put the Eagles up 21–7 at halftime.

With no quarterback healthy enough to throw, the 49ers were forced to rely on the run game in the second half. While Purdy re-entered the game after Johnson's injury, he showed no signs that he could launch the ball through the air. Hurts's touchdown gave the Eagles a 28–7 lead midway through the fourth quarter. After a Jake Elliott field goal increased the Eagles' lead to 31–7 and with less than 5 minutes left to play, 49ers left tackle Trent Williams slammed Eagles safety K'Von Wallace to the ground, causing a brawl between the teams. This resulted in both Williams and Wallace being ejected from the game. The Eagles secured the victory after play resumed. With the win, Philadelphia reached the Super Bowl for the first time since Super Bowl LII, in which they defeated the New England Patriots to capture the franchise's first Lombardi Trophy. The win would also mark the franchise's fourth overall NFC Championship and their third since 2000, all of which were won at Lincoln Financial Field.

Super Bowl LVII: vs. (A1) Kansas City Chiefs

Main article: Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVII: (A1) Kansas City Chiefs vs. (N1) Philadelphia Eagles – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Chiefs 7 7 71738
Eagles 7 17 3835

at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

  • Date: February 12, 2023
  • Game time: 6:30 p.m. EST/4:30 p.m. MST
  • Game weather: Sunny, 77 °F (25 °C) (retractable roof open)
  • Game attendance: 67,827
  • Referee: Carl Cheffers
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews, and Tom Rinaldi
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

Despite strong offensive performance, the Eagles could not contain Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense. Their defense allowed the most points since Week 16 against the Cowboys, as well as lost their first game outside of Philadelphia since then. With the loss, the Eagles are ensured their third Super Bowl loss in four appearances.

Awards and honors

Recipient Award(s)
Zech McPhearson Week 1: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week
Darius Slay Week 2: NFC Defensive Player of the Week
Brandon Graham Week 3: NFC Defensive Player of the Week
Haason Reddick Week 4: NFC Defensive Player of the Week
Jalen Hurts September: NFC Offensive Player of the Month
Cameron Dicker Week 5: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week
Jalen Hurts Week 12: NFC Offensive Player of the Week
Jalen Hurts Week 13: NFC Offensive Player of the Week
Brandon Graham Week 14: NFC Defensive Player of the Week
Jake Elliott Week 18: NFC Special Teams Player of the Week
Haason Reddick December/January: NFC Defensive Player of the Month


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