(Sports Network) – The Eagles hold a 14-10-1 edge in their all-time regular season series with the Falcons, and have won each of the last three head-to-head meetings with Atlanta. Philadelphia was a 34-7 winner when it visited the Georgia Dome in Week 13 of last season, a game that saw Chris Redman start in place of the injured Ryan. Vick led Atlanta to its most recent win in the series, a 14-10 affair at the Georgia Dome in a Monday Night matchup to open the 2005 campaign.
In addition to their regular season advantage, the Eagles are 2-1 against the Falcons in the playoffs. Philadelphia was a 27-10 winner in the 2004 NFC Championship, defeated the Falcons, 20-6, in a 2002 NFC Divisional Playoff, and dropped a 14-13 road decision in a 1978 NFC First-Round Playoff.
Including playoffs, the Falcons are 0-5 in Philadelphia since last winning there in 1988.
Eagles head coach Andy Reid is 7-1 as a head coach against Atlanta, including the two aforementioned playoff wins. The Falcons’ Mike Smith is 0-2 against both Reid and the Eagles as a head coach.