3 Teams the Eagles Have a Shockingly Bad Record Against

Here are three teams the Philadelphia Eagles have a shockingly bad all-time record against.
Here are three teams the Philadelphia Eagles have a shockingly bad all-time record against. / Michael Hickey/Getty Images

The Philadelphia Eagles are an iconic NFL franchise, though it took them until the 2018 season to capture their first Lombardi Trophy. While they've been a pretty consistently competitive team for a while now, there are a few teams they've historically struggled against.

With that in mind, let's take a look at three franchises the Eagles have a shockingly poor all-time, regular-season record against.

3. Green Bay Packers, 15-27 (.357)

Green Bay Packers helmet.
Green Bay Packers helmet. / Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images

Last Meeting: PHI: 34 | GB: 27 (Sept. 26, 2019)
Eagles' Record in Last Five: 2-3
All-Time Score Differential: Packers +174
Playoff History: 2-1

2. Chicago Bears, 13-29-1 (.314)

Chicago Bears helmet.
Chicago Bears helmet. / David Banks/Getty Images

Last Meeting: PHI: 22 | CHI: 14 (Nov. 3, 2019)
Eagles' Record in Last Five: 4-1
All-Time Score Differential: Bears +275
Playoff History: 3-1

1. Cincinnati Bengals, 3-9-1 (.269)

Cincinnati Bengals helmet.
Cincinnati Bengals helmet. / Eric Espada/Getty Images

Last Meeting: PHI: 14 | CIN: 32 (Dec. 4, 2016)
Eagles' Record in Last Five: 1-3-1
All-Time Score Differential: Bengals +38
Playoff History: N/A

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