No team in the 57-year history of the Super Bowl had come up with that many points and still failed to win the Lombardi Trophy. Nick Sirianni’s team owned a 24-14 halftime lead over Andy Reid’s Kansas City Chiefs. When it was all said and done, the Philadelphia Eagles were on the short end of a three-point loss in Super Bowl VII.
That’s it. That’s the list. Sirianni’s club has seen several significant changes from 2022. The Eagles have new offensive (Brian Johnson) and defensive (Sean Desai) coordinators. Defensive tackle Javon Hargrave signed with the 49ers, right guard Isaac Seumalo inked a deal with the Steelers and NFL co-interception leader Chauncey Gardner-Johnson joined the Lions.
However, general manager Howie Roseman also dealt for running back D’Andre Swift and used first-round picks on former Georgia Bulldogs’ defenders Jalen Carter and Nolan Smith. Led by emerging quarterback Jalen Hurts, this remains a very talented roster with an opportunity to accomplish something that rarely happens.