1998 Philadelphia Eagles Season

The 1998 Philadelphia Eagles season was their 66th in the National Football League. The team failed to improve on their previous output of 6–9–1, winning only three games, which was their worst record since 1972 and until 2012, the only time since then they have won fewer than five games.

The Eagles' 161 points-scored (10.06 per game) is tied for the third-lowest total in a 16-game schedule. Philadelphia's three quarterbacks -- Bobby Hoying, Koy Detmer, and Rodney Peete—each won one game, and throwing for only seven total touchdowns combined.

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