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  • From 'Bounty Bowl' to NFC Championship, Eagles-Cowboys rivalry features many memorable wins for Philly

    There is no team that Eagles fans dislike more than the Dallas Cowboys, probably because the Cowboys dominated the divisional series for a long, long time and they did it with what some viewed as an annoying air of superiority. That's why any victory over Dallas is a cause for celebration for Philly fans. Still, some victories are sweeter than others, so here, in descending order, are the Eagles' 10 best victories in the last 35 years of this 54-year rivalry.
  • Bounty Bowl legacy recalled 25 years later

    Just days before the Eagles' 1989 Thanksgiving Day game in Dallas, as he dressed in Veterans Stadium's dank locker room, Mike Reichenbach wondered why Buddy Ryan was huddling with a backup linebacker, Jesse Small. "I heard Buddy say to him, 'You know...

    Eight HOF rookie candidates among 26 semifinalists

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange Eight HOF rookie candidates among 26 semifinalists Eight first-time nominees were among 26 semifinalists announced Tuesday as candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2015. The list...

    Rams highlight first-time Hall of Fame semifinalists

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange Rams highlight first-time Hall of Fame semifinalists Eight first-time nominees, including four from the St. Louis Rams' Greatest Show on Turf era, are among the Pro Football Hall of Fame's 26...

    Hyde: Paul Philbin's son has big win through his pain

    Hyde: Paul Philbin's son has big win through his pain
    Paul Philbin was one tough old son of an Irish immigrant. Fought in World War II. Coached youth baseball for decades. Even volunteered at a community center in Longmeadow, Mass., washing dishes until nearly 93. So when he told his oldest son that he...