The Philadelphia Eagles are your 2010 NFC East division champions.
For the first time since 2006, the Eagles have captured the division title.
This marks the ninth time in Andy Reid's 12 seasons that the Philadelphia Eagles have made the playoffs.
They won the divison in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, and 2010.
They reached the postseason as the final wild-card team in 2008 and 2009.
In 2002, 2003, and 2004, they secured home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. All three times they won their first playoff game, and advanced to Super Bowl XXXIX against the New England Patriots in 2004.
In all, Reid has led the Eagles to five conference championship games, three at home. They've won just one of those five, despite being heavily favored against the Carolina Panthers in 2003 and the Arizona Cardinals in 2008.
Overall, Reid's Eagles have a 10-8 postseason record. They have won at least one postseason game in every single postseason trip except for 2009, when they were eliminated by the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round.
This season, the Eagles will either be the number two or number three seed.
If they beat the Vikings on Tuesday Night Football, and the Bears lose to the Packers next week, and the Eagles beat the Cowboys, the Eagles clinch the number two seed.
And lucky for Eagles fans, the Packers need to win next week against the Chicago Bears to clinch a postseason berth.
Last year, the Eagles had an opportunity going into the last week of the season to secure the number two seed. They ended up with the sixth seed, the final wild-card spot, and were crushed in the postseason.
This year, I think everything is going to fall into place for the Eagles.
I really do.
I think we will beat the Vikings and Cowboys, and I think the Packers will beat the Bears.
And the Eagles will get to enjoy a much-needed bye week in the wild-card round of the postseason.
Regardless of what happens, I am so proud of this Eagles team.
So, so proud.