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1993 Philadelphia Eagles season
Head Coach Rich Kotite
Home Field Veterans Stadium
Results
Record 8–8
Place 3rd NFC East
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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1992 1994

The 1993 Philadelphia Eagles season was their 61st in the league. The team failed to improve upon their previous output of 11–5, winning only eight games[1] and failing to qualify for the playoffs for only the second time in six seasons. Ten of their sixteen games were decided by a touchdown or less.

Off SeasonEdit

The Eagles held training camp at West Chester University of Pennsylvania for the 14th consecutive year.

NFL DraftEdit

The 1993 NFL Draft was held April 25–26, 1993. The draft is reduced to 8 rounds, down from 12 Because the Eagles tied with 5 other teams at 11–5 in 1992, they rotated in picking 20th to 25th in the 8 rounds. There were 224 players taken in this draft by the NFL.

The number 1 pick in the draft was made by the New England Patriots who picked Drew Bledsoe a Quarterback out of Washington State.

The Eagles had 2 first round picks number 19 and 24. They chose Lester Holmes a Tackle out of Jackson State and Leonard Renfro a Defensive Tackle out of Colorado with those picks

Player SelectionsEdit

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.

Player SelectionsEdit

= Pro Bowler [2] = Hall of Famer
Rd PICK PLAYER POS SCHOOL
1 19 Lester Holmes
Acquired Pick
Offensive tackleJackson State
1 24 Leonard RenfroDefensive tackleColorado
2 50 Victor BaileyWide receiverMissouri
3 75 Derrick Frazier
Acquired Pick
CornerbackTexas A&M
3 77 Mike Reid Defensive backNorth Carolina State
4 Pick Traded
5 Pick Traded
6 163 Derrick Oden LinebackerAlabama
7 190 Joey MickeyTight endOklahoma
8 217 Doug Skene TackleMichigan

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 5, 1993 Phoenix Cardinals W 23–17
59,831
2 September 12, 1993 at Green Bay Packers W 20–17
59,061
3 September 19, 1993 Washington Redskins W 34–31
65,435
4 Bye
5 October 3, 1993 at New York Jets W 38–30
72,593
6 October 10, 1993 Chicago Bears L 17–6
63,601
7 October 17, 1993 at New York Giants L 21–10
76,050
8 Bye
9 October 31, 1993 Dallas Cowboys L 23–10
61,912
10 November 7, 1993 at Phoenix Cardinals L 16–3
41,634
11 November 14, 1993 Miami Dolphins L 19–14
64,213
12 November 21, 1993 New York Giants L 7–3
62,928
13 November 28, 1993 at Washington Redskins W 17–14
46,663
14 December 6, 1993 at Dallas Cowboys L 23–17
64,521
15 December 12, 1993 Buffalo Bills L 10–7
60,769
16 December 19, 1993 at Indianapolis Colts W 20–10
44,952
17 December 26, 1993 New Orleans Saints W 37–26
50,085
18 January 3, 1994 at San Francisco 49ers W 37–34
61,653

StandingsEdit

Template:1993 NFC East standings

PlayoffsEdit

The Eagles failed to make the playoffs for the 1993 season.

1993 RosterEdit

= 1993 Pro Bowl [3] = Hall of Famer
  • Pro Bowl Selection       + Pro Bowl Starter
NO. Player AGE POS GP GS WT HT YRS College
Rich Kotite 49 Head Coach 3Wagner College
72 Alexander, David 29C-G-T16162756–36Tulsa
21 Allen, Eric*28DB16161845–105Arizona State
11 Bahr, Matt 37K11 01755–1014Penn State
82 Bailey, Victor23WR16101966–2Rookie Missouri,Texas-El Paso
62 Brian Baldinger33G-T-C1242786–4 11 Duke
24Corey Barlow 23DB1001825–9 Rookie Auburn
86Fred Barnett 27WR442046–0 3 Arkansas State
84Mark Bavaro 30TE16162456–4 8 Notre Dame
6Bubby Brister 31QB108 2056–3 7 Tulane
71Mike Chalenski 23DE-DT1502796–5 RookiePittsburgh and UCLA
52 Louis Cooper 30 LB 11 0 240 6–2 8 Western Carolina
12 Randall Cunningham 30 QB 4 4 212 6–4 8 UNLV
78 Antone Davis 26 T-G 16 16 330 6–4 2 Tennessee
56 Byron Evans 29 LB 11 10 235 6–2 6 Arizona
5 Jeff Feagles 27 P 16 0 215 6–1 5 Miami (FL)
95 Mike Flores 27 DE 16 11 256 6–3 2 Louisville
61 Eric Floyd 28 G-T 3 3 310 6–5 3 Auburn
33 William Frizzell 31 DB 16 2 203 6–39 North Carolina Central
54 Britt Hager 27 LB 16 7 231 6–1 4 Texas
65 Ron Hallstrom 34 G-T 12 8 300 6–6 11 Iowa
91 Andy Harmon 24 DT-DE 16 15 272 6–42 Kent State
97 Tim Harris 29 LB-DE 4 3 260 6–6 7 Memphis
45 Vaughn Hebron 23 RB 16 4 195 5–8Rookie Virginia Tech
73 Lester Holmes 24 G 12 6 315 6–4Rookie Jackson State
48 Wes Hopkins 32 DB 15 8 213 6–1 10 SMU
66 John Hudson 25 G-C 16 0 270 6–2 2 Auburn
98Tommy Jeter24DT702856–51Texas
87Maurice Johnson26TE1622426–2 2Temple
32James Joseph 26RB1652226–2 2Auburn
59Seth Joyner* 29LB-DB16162416–27 Texas-El Paso
80Reggie Lawrence23WR101786–0RookieNorth Carolina
80 James Lofton 37 WR 9 2 192 6–3 15 Stanford
68 Tom McHale 30 G 8 4 290 6–4 6 Cornell,Maryland
43 Erik McMillan 28 DB 6 0 200 6–2 5 Missouri
29 Mark McMillian 23 DB 16 12 154 5–7 1 Alabama
38 Rich Miano 31 DB 16 14 200 6–1 8 Hawaii
77 Keith Millard 31 DT-NT-DE 14 6 260 6–6 8 Washington State
74 Gerald Nichols 29 DT-NT-DE 7 3 261 6–2 6 Florida State
7 Ken O'Brien 33 QB 5 4 210 6–4 9 California-Davis
58 Derrick Oden 23 LB 12 0 230 5–11 Rookie Alabama
90 William Perry 31 DT-DE 8 8 325 6–2 8 Clemson
42 Mike Reid 23 DB 9 0 218 6–1 Rookie North Carolina State
94 Leonard Renfro 23 DT 14 2 291 6–2 Rookie Colorado
81 Paul Richardson 24 WR 1 0 204 6–3 Rookie UCLA
53 John Roper 28 LB 3 0 232 6–1 4 Texas A&M
55 Ken Rose 31 LB 5 0 215 6–1 6 UNLV
9 Roger Ruzek 33 K 5 0 195 6–1 6 Weber State
79 Mike Schad 30 G 13 13 290 6–5 6 Queens (Canada)
75 Rob Selby 26 G-T 1 0 290 6–4 2 Auburn
23 Heath Sherman 26 RB 15 7 195 6–0 4 Texas A&M-Kingsville
22 Vai Sikahema 31 RB 16 0 181 5–9 7 BYU
96 Clyde Simmons 29 DE-DT 16 16 292 6–5 7 Western Carolina
26 Ben Smith 26 DB 13 3 185 5–11 3 Georgia
30 Otis Smith 28 DB 15 0 198 5–11 2 Missouri,Southern
85 Jeff Sydner 24 WR 4 0 177 5–6 1 Hawaii
51 William Thomas 25 LB 16 16 223 6–2 2 Texas A&M
76 Broderick Thompson 33 T-G 10 10 295 6–5 8 6–5 Kansas
34 Herschel Walker 31 RB 16 16 225 6–1 7 Georgia
20 Andre Waters 31 DB 9 8 200 5–11 9 Cheyney
89 Calvin Williams 26 WR 16 14 187 5–11 3 Purdue
83 Mike Young 31 WR 10 0 187 6–1 8 UCLA

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1993 Philadelphia Eagles
  2. Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro-Bowl at any time in their careers.
  3. Players are identified as a 1993 pro Bowl.

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