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NFL will upload three of the most memorable games in Eagles history to YouTube

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The NFL recently held polling on their Facebook page for fans to vote on their favorite team's most memorable games in franchise history. The results are in and now the league will upload three full-length games to YouTube for each team. The videos are expected to be available in August. Below are the three games that Philadelphia Eagles fans will be able to watch for free.

2010 Week #15 -- Eagles vs. Giants (60%)

DeSean Jackson PR TD.

2003 NFC Division Playoff -- Eagles vs. Packers (16%)

Fourth and 26 Eagles convert to win 20-17 (Freddie Mitchell catch).

1980 NFC Championship Game -- Eagles vs. Cowboys (11%)

Eagles 20-7 win to go to Super Bowl.

The Miracle at the Meadowlands "Num-ber two!" was an obvious choice. That's probably the most amazing sports game I've ever watched. 4th and 26 is arguably the most memorable single play in Eagles history so it's not surprising to see that here as well. The 1980 NFCCG win marked the first time the Eagles went to the Super Bowl in franchise history.

These three games aren't the only ones that feature the Eagles. If you're a masochist, you can watch the Birds lose to: the Rams in the 2001 NFCCG, the Buccaneers in the 2002 NFCCG, and the Cardinals in the 2008 NFCCG. Oh joy.

So what do you think? Do you like the three games that were picked for the Eagles? Would you have the NFL take one of them out and upload another instead?