As a city, Philadelphia has always championed the underdog. (Rocky, anybody?) It's tough to state what was the most not likely aspect of the Eagles' Super Bowl LII triumph over the greatly favored New England Patriots. Philadelphia was the No. 1 seed in its conference yet not favored in any of its championship game. The franchise was led by a head coach who was a backup NFL quarterback, an offending organizer who was a backup NFL quarterback and a quarterback who was a backup NFL quarterback. And the key play of the video game was spearheaded by a passer who had never ever tossed an NFL pass and a receiver who had never ever been tossed a ball in the pros, on fourth-and-goal no less. It's not surprising that that the Eagles players accepted their underdog status by wearing pet masks in the postseason. Sports Illustrated commemorates the Eagles' first championship given that 1960 with a special concern highlighting the very season. The past and present of the club's history is caught in 96 vibrant pages including SI's hallmark prose and photos. Relive the team's dominant regular season and amazing playoff run. Go deep with functions on head coach Doug Pederson and locker room leader Malcolm Jenkins. Get a blast from the past with a march through the Eagles' most remarkable minutes and the franchise's all-time team. The tale of the thrilling final video game and the all-world efficiency of Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles is told through SI's on-the-scene, all-access reporting. The Eagles are finally flying. Fly, Eagles, fly.