Routing Them Mostly in the First Half

The easier a win is for the Philadelphia Eagles, the more I like it.  It is much better for my nerves and the backups can gain more experience.  Here is a history of some one sided Eagle victories over the Reid era.

2001 Dallas Cowboys at home.

First Half-Eagles 33 Cowboys 6 and Second Half Eagles 7 Cowboys 18-Philadelphia won 40 to 18.  Point Differential was 27 in the first half and declined to 22 at the end. The Eagles scored 82% of their points in the first half.

2004 at Dallas Cowboys

First Half-Eagles 35 Cowboys 14 and Second Half Eagles 14 Cowboys 7-Philadelpia  won 49 to 21.  Point Differential was 21 in the first half and rose to 28 at the end.  The Eagles scored 71% of their points in the first half.

2004 Green Bay Packers at home.

First Half-Eagles 35 Packers 3 and Second Half Eagles 12 Cowboys 14-Philadelphia won 47 to 17.  Point Differential was 32 in the first half and declined to 30 at the end.  The Eagles scored 75% of their points in the first half.

2005 San Francisco Forty Niners at home.

First Half-Eagles 28 Forty Niners  0 and in the Second Half Eagles 14 Forty Niners 3-Philadelphia won 42 to 3.  Point Differential was 28 in the first half and rose to 39 at the end.  The Eagles scored 67% of their points in the first half.

2007  Detroit Lions at home.

First Half-Eagles 42 Lions 21 and in the Second Half  Eagles 14 Lions 0-Philadelphia won 56 to 21.  Point Differential was 21 in the first half and rose to 35 at the end.  The Eagles scored 75% of  their points in the first half.

2009  Carolina Panthers at home.

First Half-Eagles 31 Panthers 10  and in the Second Half  Eagles 7 Panthers 0-Philadelphia won 38 to 10.  Point Differential was 21 in the first half and rose to 28 at the end.  The Eagles scored 82% of  their points in the first half.

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