BONUS SCENE from Tonight’s PREMIERE of the #NFLTop10 DEVASTATING LOSSES

Helen Modesett, Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Top 10

CLICK ON THE PHOTO BELOW TO SEE A BONUS SCENE FROM TONIGHT’S PREMIERE OF
“NFL TOP 10: MOST DEVASTATING LOSSES”

Philadelphia Eagles Troy Vincent (23) is straight-armed as he tries to tackle Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Keenan McCardell (87) in the third quarter during the NFC Championship game at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Sunday, Jan. 19, 2003. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Philadelphia Eagles Troy Vincent (23) is straight-armed as he tries to tackle Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Keenan McCardell (87) in the third quarter during the NFC Championship game at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Sunday, Jan. 19, 2003. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

By Helen Modesett

“NFL’s Top 10” is taking a look at the most devastating losses in NFL history. Eagles fans are probably not surprised to learn that their loss in the 2002 NFC Championship game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers came up in the conversation.

When husband and wife John Gonzalez, writer for Comcast Sports Net Philadelphia, and Colleen Wolfe, host of NFL Now, heard that the show was including the 2002 NFC Championship game, as die-hard Eagles fans, their reaction was priceless. Click the picture above to see Wolfe and Gonzalez’s response.

Where did it land on our list of Top Ten Devastating losses? Find out TONIGHT, Friday September 18 at 8pm/ET on NFL Network

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