The ‘2016 Philadelphia Eagles season’ was the joint longest in the history of the team at 28 characters long.
As many predicted during the summer, Sam Bradford did not finish the season as the Eagles starter.
As many predicted during the summer of 2013, Chip Kelly did not coach the Eagles in 2016.
The Eagles never lost a game with Sam Bradford, Eric Rowe, Joe Walker or Alex McAlister in the lineup.
The Eagles remained undefeated when Nelson Agholor catches a touchdown.
The Eagles never lost a home game when Brandon Brooks played.
The Eagles never won a game the week after a player was arrested.
Carson Wentz had the fourth greatest rushing season of any North Dakota State alum, and second greatest in Eagles history.
Terrell Watson ended the season as the 2nd most productive player from Azusa Pacific in NFL history.
Rick Lovato broke the Eagles record for games played by an Old Dominion alum.
No player from Eastern Illinois played as many games this season as Kamu Grugier-Hill.
Connor Barwin set a career high for offensive penalties.
Many players climbed up the all time lists this season:
Nelson Agholor surpassed Miles Austin, DeMarco Murray, Chad Hall, Na Brown, and Todd Herremans for touchdown receptions as an Eagle. He caught more passes as an Eagle than Steve Van Buren, Mike Ditka, Antonio Freeman and Clay Harbour.
Jordan Matthews passed Riley Cooper and LJ Smith for career touchdown receptions.
Wendell Smallwood eclipsed Chris Polk in career rushing yards as an Eagle.
Kenjon Barner surpassed Ronnie Brown in career rushing yards as an Eagle.
Paul Turner caught more passes as an Eagle than Art Monk.
Bryce Treggs’ 26.7 yards per catch were the highest since Brian Dawkins’ 57.0 in 2002.
Dorial Green-Beckham caught more touchdown passes this season than Brian Dawkins in his entire career. He started one more game this season than Dennis Kelly, who he was traded for.
Zach Ertz moved ahead of Duce Staley, LeSean McCoy, Mark Bavaro, and Kevin Curtis in touchdown receptions.
Terrell Watson had as many rushing touchdowns in his Eagles career as Ronnie Brown.
Chase Daniel had 7th most completions in a single season for his career and had the most efficient season of his career with a 118.7 passer rating. He also did not get sacked for the 2nd consecutive year.
Carson Wentz ran for more yards as an Eagle than Lorenzo Booker.
Carson Wentz’s rookie season saw him throw for more yards and touchdowns as an Eagle than Kevin Kolb, Bobby Hoying, AJ Feely, Jim McMahon, Jeff Garcia, Sam Bradford and Doug Pederson.
Carson Wentz led the league in fumble recoveries.
Josh Huff finished his Eagles career with as many kick return touchdowns as Brian Mitchell.
Marcus Smith passed Casey Matthews and Jon Harris on the career sack list and is tied with Jerome McDougle.
Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham passed Jason Babin on the Eagles career sack list.
Jordan Hicks has more interceptions as an Eagle than Nnamdi Asomugha.
Bennie Logan moved ahead of Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher for career tackles as an Eagle.
Rodney McLeod had more tackles as an Eagle than Levon Kirkland and Takeo Spikes.
Malcolm Jenkins passed Kurt Coleman in career interceptions as an Eagle.
Ron Brooks recovered more fumbles than Hugh Douglas, Kurt Coleman, Jamar Chaney and Jason Babin.
Jalen Mills set a single season record in finger wags.
Taylor Hart set an Eagles record with his 27th inactive game.
Caleb Sturgis moved ahead of Chris Boniol, Cody Parkey and the entire Zendejas family in Eagles career field goal attempts.
It wasn’t just players who had strong seasons:
Frank Reich had more games coached as the Eagles offensive coordinator than Dana Bible and Bill Musgrave.
Jim Schwartz extended his streak of games coached without trying to fight another team’s coach to 75.
Doug Pederson won as many playoff games as Buddy Ryan and Chip Kelly.