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1983 Philadelphia Eagles season

 

1983 Philadelphia Eagles season

1983 Philadelphia Eagles season
Head coach Marion Campbell
Home field Veterans Stadium
Results
Record 5–11
Division place 4th NFC East
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1982      1984 >

The 1983 Philadelphia Eagles season was their 51st in the league. The team improved upon their previous output of 3–6, winning five games.[1] Despite the improvement, the team failed to qualify for the playoffs for the second straight season.

Offseason

Draft

Player Selections

The table shows the Eagles selections and what picks they had that were traded away and the team that ended up with that pick. It is possible the Eagles' pick ended up with this team via another team that the Eagles made a trade with. Not shown are acquired picks that the Eagles traded away.

= Pro Bowler [2] = Hall of Famer
Round Pick Player Position School
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 3, 1983 at San Francisco 49ers W 22–17
55,775
2 September 11, 1983 Washington Redskins L 23–13
69,542
3 September 18, 1983 at Denver Broncos W 13–10
74,202
4 September 25, 1983 St. Louis Cardinals L 14–11
64,465
5 October 2, 1983 at Atlanta Falcons W 28–24
50,621
6 October 9, 1983 at New York Giants W 17–13
73,291
7 October 16, 1983 at Dallas Cowboys L 37–7
63,070
8 October 23, 1983 Chicago Bears L 7–6
45,263
9 October 30, 1983 Baltimore Colts L 22–21
59,150
10 November 6, 1983 Dallas Cowboys L 27–20
71,236
11 November 13, 1983 at Chicago Bears L 17–14
47,524
12 November 20, 1983 New York Giants L 23–0
57,977
13 November 27, 1983 at Washington Redskins L 28–24
54,324
14 December 4, 1983 Los Angeles Rams W 13–9
32,867
15 December 11, 1983 New Orleans Saints L 20–17
45,182
16 December 18, 1983 at St. Louis Cardinals L 31–7
21,902

Standings

Awards and honors

References

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