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2010 Philadelphia Eagles season

2010 Philadelphia Eagles season
OwnerJeffrey Lurie
Head coachAndy Reid
General managerHowie Roseman
Home fieldLincoln Financial Field
Division place1st NFC East
Playoff finishLost Wild Card Playoffs (vs. Packers) 16–21
Pro BowlersQB Michael Vick
WR DeSean Jackson
OT Jason Peters
CB Asante Samuel
K David Akers
AP All-ProsK David Akers (2nd team)
SS Quintin Mikell (2nd team)
OT Jason Peters (2nd team)
Eagles' defensive tackle Antonio Dixon against the Tennessee Titans, October 24, 2010

The 2010 Philadelphia Eagles season was the franchise's 78th season in the National Football League, and the twelfth under head coach Andy Reid. The Eagles failed to improve on their 11–5 record from 2009 and finished with a 10–6 record, and lost to the eventual Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card playoffs. The Eagles played all of their home games at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The off-season saw a significant roster overhaul as Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook, two of the franchise's key players over the last decade, departed. McNabb was traded to Philadelphia's NFC East rival, the Washington Redskins, while Westbrook was cut from the roster and later signed with the San Francisco 49ers. Kevin Kolb was intended to be the Eagles' new franchise quarterback, however he was injured during the Week 1 game and replaced by Michael Vick, who started in 11 of 16 games (Kolb started in Weeks 4–6 when he was injured, as well as Week 17 with Vick and the starters resting for the playoffs.) With Vick at quarterback, they set franchise records, including a memorable comeback win against the New York Giants and a season-high 59 points in Washington.

Despite the losses of McNabb and Westbrook, Football Outsiders calculated that the 2010 Eagles had the third-best rushing attack of any single-season team from 1993 to 2010.[1]