Ted Dean's five-yard TD run in the fourth quarter gives the Eagles a 17-13 victory over the Green Bay Packers in the 1960 NFL Championship Game. The game ends with Chuck Bednarik (pictured) tackling Jim Taylor on the Eagles' 8 in their only playoff defeat for the Vince Lombardi Packers. It was the last NFL title game played on a Monday.
2 of 5Walter Iooss Jr./SI
Jan. 11. 1981
Wilbert Montgomery rushes for 194 yards and a 42-yard TD as the Eagles reach their first Super Bowl with a 20-7 win over the Dallas Cowboys in the 1980 NFC title game. Eagles defense forces four Dallas turnovers and holds Cowboys to 206 yards of total offense as a frozen Veterans Stadium crowd rejoices in 16-degree weather.
3 of 5Vic Stein/WireImage.com
Dec. 18, 1949
Steve Van Buren plows for 196 yards rushing on a muddy L.A. Coliseum field caused by 3 inches of rain as Eagles win their second straight NFL championship, 14-0, over the L.A. Rams.
4 of 5David Bergman/SI
Dec. 19, 2010
Trailing 31-10 with 10 minutes to play, the Eagles rally for four fourth-quarter touchdowns to stun the New York Giants, 38-31. DeSean Jackson dashes 65 yards with a punt return on the game's final play. The win propels Eagles to NFC East championship.
5 of 5Al Tielemans/SI
Jan. 11, 2004
The Eagles were backed up against their own 25-yard line with 1:12 remaining in the game and no timeouts left, trailing the Packers 17-14. Facing a 4th and 26, Quarterback Donovan McNabb finds wide receiver Freddie Mitchell on the 74 Double Go route to split the Packers' secondary and get the first down. David Akers would kick a field goal a few plays later and another one in overtime to beat Green Bay in the NFC Divisional Playoffs
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