Eagles Eliminated From Playoffs

The Eagles have been officially eliminated from playoff contention.  Philly was knocked out after the Vikings beat the Bears on Monday Night Football.  At a disappointing 6-and-8, the Eagles held the slimmest chance of even making the playoffs.  Chicago, Detroit, and Arizona were also eliminated.  The Eagles play the Saints Sunday afternoon in New Orleans. 

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4 Responses to “Eagles Eliminated From Playoffs”

  1. Bob says:

    How are the eagles eliminated? If they win there next two games and the vikings lose both of their’s then they will both be 8-8 and the eagles win the tiebreaker, so wouldn’t they make the playoffs?

  2. Matt Loede says:

    http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/99-12182007-1457968.html

    The Vikings improved to 8-6. And although the Eagles have a head-to-head win over the Vikings and can also reach eight wins, the problem is that the Redskins — who improved to 7-7 with a win over the Giants Sunday night — face the Vikings next weekend, and somebody has to win that game.

  3. Jody says:

    But why can’t the Eagles win a tie-breaker with the Redskins if all 3 teams go 8-8. We’re 1-1 against the ‘skins and we’d both have a 2-4 divisional record…

    is it conference games or common games as the next tiebreaker? And what changes with a 3-way tie? Phillyblurbs says no matter what we can’t win any tiebreaker where Washington is involved, why?

  4. anthony says:

    ummm….this sucks

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