Updated: 11 Dec 2021
  • 2nd /84 in Pacific Division
  • 20-4 Overall Record
  • 12-12-0 ATS Record
  • - Games out of playoffs
  • Next Long Island Game
    Foldham Rams Fordham Fri 12/10, 1:30 AM
  • Fordham vs Long Island Odds
    Spread Total Moneyline
    +3.5 -118
    o44.5 -115
    +150 ml
    -3.5 -105
    u44.5 -110
    -177 ml

Long Islang 2021 Schedule & Betting Odds

Date Opponent Score Spread Over/Under Moneyline
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150
Dec 10th @MIN L 28-36 +3.5 L O 44.5 MIN +150

Long Islang Steelers Standings

Team W L Pct GB Conf Home Away L10 Strk
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2
20 4 0.84 - 12-3 14-2 7-2 8-2 W2

Philadelphia Eagles History & Facts

In 1899, a sports club called the “Frankford Athletic Association” was founded in Pennsylvania and played football professionally until 1909. This club disbanded that same year, but its players formed another club called the “Frankford Athletic Association”

This team changed its name to the “Frankford Yellow Jackets” when joining the NFL in 1924. Despite being cited as one of the best independent NFL teams, in 1931, the club went bankrupt due to financial problems and was bought by an investor named Bert Bell. Bell changed the team's name to the Eagles as a first job.

The team won its first NFL title in 1948 and was champion again in 1949. But it changed hands almost constantly between 1951 and 1957, and the players on its roster also changed regularly. In 1958, when Buck Shaw became the head coach, the team regained its former performance and managed to become the NFL champion again in 1960. This was the team's most successful year.

Between 1961 and 1975, the team changed head coach five times. Between 1976 and 1990, there were only four head coaches. Jeffrey Lurie bought the team in 1994 and also only worked with three coaches until 2020. Of these, Doug Pederson won the Super Bowl LII championship. The current (2022) coach of the team is Nick Sirianni

  • The team is based in Philadelphia, the largest city in Pennsylvania.
  • The founder of the team was Frankford Athletic Association in 1899.
  • The team has changed names three times so far and was renamed the “Eagles” by Bert Bell in 1933.
  • The current owner of the team is Jeffrey Lurie, who is also a movie producer
  • The team competes in the NFC East division of the National Football League (NFL).
  • The team has won three NFL championships so far (1948, 1949, 1960).
  • Philadelphia Eagles have won the Super Bowl one time to date (2017 LII).
  • The head coach with the most wins is Andy Reid (130-93-1) 
  • The team's all-time leading scorer is Davis Akers (1.323 points)
  • The team's all-time record is 574-612-26.
  • The team has won 11 titles in its division to date (1980, 1988, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2013, 2017, 2019).

Sponsors of the Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles have more than 30 sponsors, including Pennsylvania casino online sites. iGaming brands started sponsoring almost all sports clubs after online gambling became legal in the state, and PHL Eagles is one of them: as of 2022, the team has three different iGaming sponsors

  • Draft Kings: Draft Kings has been one of the best-known fantasy sports and sports betting brands in the United States since 2012. It offers legal online gambling services in multiple states, and Pennsylvania is one of them. 
  • FoxBet: This is the brand of sports betting service jointly offered by Fox Sports and The Stars Group. FoxBet collaborates with Mount Airy Casino Resort in Pennsylvania. 
  • Unibet: This brand is part of the Kindred Group and has been providing legal gambling services in over 100 countries since 1999. Mohegan Sun Pocono is Unibet's business partner in Pennsylvania. 

MVP List of Philadelphia Eagles

MVP awards are given every NFL season, but contrary to popular belief, there is no single authority that gives them. Different organizations freely determine their own MVP lists. However, the Associated Press (AP) NFL MVP is considered the most valuable award in this classification.

Throughout the history of the NFL, there are 7 teams that have not made it to the AP NFL list, and Philadelphia Eagles is one of them. However, organizations such as Pro Football Focus (PFF) have Eagles players selected as MVPs. Some of the names on this list will come in handy when playing at the best online betting sites PA. 

Carson Wentz

  • Eight winning drives that led to victory for the Eagles
  • A 62.60% completed pass rating in his entire career
  • Scored 140 touchdowns
  • He has won five NCAA FCS championships

Michael Vick

  • Comeback Player of the Year (2010)
  • Joined the Pro-Bowl four times
  • Winner of the Bert Bell award
  • A member of the All-American team (1999)

Nick Foles

  • Champion of the Super Bowl LII
  • MVP of the Super Bowl LII
  • Completed 7 touchdown passes in a single game (NFL record) 

Malcolm Jenkins

  • Champion of two Super Bowls (XLIV and LII)
  • A member of the All-Pro First Team (2015)
  • Winner of the Jim Thorpe award

Zach Ertz

  • Completed the most receptions in a season (116)
  • Joined the Pro Bowl three times
  • A member of the All-American team (2012)

Futures & Props Philadelphia Eagles Betting 

If you want to get the best Eagles betting line possible, you should try your luck on futures or props betting. Since these involve more complex outcomes than conventional bets, they will always offer higher odds. You can find both of these bets on licensed & legal PA gambling websites online.

Props Bets: Prop bets can be placed on any outcome that may occur in a match. However, instead of the score result of the match, they contain more complex scenarios. For example, one can bet on which player will score the first touchdown, regardless of the outcome of the match. Likewise, you can try your luck on how many passes a particular player will complete in a given match.

If you want to bet props for PHL Eagles, choose an online sportsbook and sign up. Select “American Football” from the sports categories on the site: you will see the PHL Eagles listed (along with other teams) under this category. When you select the team, you can see a list of all props bet types offered by the sportsbook.

Futures Bets: In general, bets placed on outcomes that will result in the distant future and that will be determined not by a single match but by the outcome of an event are called “futures”. The simplest example of this is who will be the champion of the NFL 2022 season. Likewise, you can already bet on the team that will become the 2023 Super Bowl champion. The farther in the future and the harder it is to predict, the higher the odds will be.

To place this bet, sign up for a sportsbook and browse the "futures" category. Here you will see different betting offers for both teams and leagues: when you select one, you can see all the futures options in that category. 

Best Head Coaches of Philadelphia Eagles

As we mentioned above, the Eagles have worked with many head coaches since its inception. This was especially true for the 50s and 60s: during this period, there was a different head coach almost every year. Some of these were successful, and some were unsuccessful. If you are interested in Eagles betting and/or wondering about the history of the team, we share the win/loss numbers of the coaches below for you to decide which ones are better. 


Lud Wray

1933 - 1935



Bert Bell

1936 - 1940



Greasy Neale

1941 – 1950



Bo McMillin




Wayne Miller




Jim Trimble

1952 - 1955



Hugh Devore

1956 - 1957



Buck Shaw

1958 – 1960



Nick Skorich

1961 – 1963



Joe Kuharich

1964 – 1968



Jerry Williams

1969 – 1971



Ed Khayat

1971 – 1972



Mike McCormack

1973 – 1975



Dick Vermell

1976 – 1982



Marion Campbell

1983 – 1985



Fred Bruney




Buddy Ryan

1986 – 1990



Rich Kotite

1991 – 1994



Ray Rhodes

1995 – 1998



Andy Reid

1999 – 2012



Chip Kelly

2013 – 2015



Pat Shurmur




Doug Pederson

2016 – 2020



Nick Sirianni

2021 - now



Stadium of Philadelphia Eagles

PHL Eagles have changed stadiums many times throughout their history. They played at the Municipal Stadium between 1936 and 1939. However, in 1940, they switched to Shibe Park due to the high rental price of the Municipal. Until 1954, this was the team's home field. Connie Mack Stadium, Franklin Field, and Veterans Stadium were the team's other home fields until 2003. In 2013, however, the team built its own stadium: Lincoln Financial Field. The name of the stadium comes from the investment company of the same name that covered the construction costs, and this name will not change for 21 years. 

  • Name of the Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field
  • Opening Date: 03/08/2013
  • Architect: NBBJ
  • Construction Cost: 512 million USD
  • Address: One Lincoln Financial Field Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148, United States
  • Owner: Philadelphia 
  • Capacity: 69.796
  • Suites: 172

Lincoln Financial Field is also used by the Temple Owls, which is Temple University's official football team. The stadium also hosts NCAA lacrosse championships. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the facility.

FAQ About Philadelphia Eagles

Who is the highest-paid player in Eagles?

In the 2021 season, the most paid player on the team was Fletcher Cox. This All-Pro defensive tackle received $12.74 million in payouts, including bonuses. In Eagles history, however, Jason Peters comes in first with a $104,114,598 payout.

Who owns Philadelphia Eagles?

Jeffrey Lurie has been the owner of the team since 1994. He is thought to have a net worth of around $3.5 billion. Lurie bought the team for a $195 million settlement. You may remember him from the Oscar-winning documentary Inside Job, as Lurie is also a producer.

How many times have the Eagles participated in the Super Bowl?

The PHL Eagles have appeared in multiple Super Bowls but won the title only once in the 2017 LII. This championship was won by the head coach Doug Pederson. Nick Foles was named the “champion of the Super Bowl” in this match.