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Spread spectrum, teens, spread eagle and packers spread have been the names of every NFL team this season, but how did the Giants and Eagles get their name?
We have a whole host of questions to ask the teams that are in the Super-Bowl race.
In the meantime, we’re looking at the facts and figures behind their nicknames.
The Giants and the Eagles each won their division titles last year.
With the NFC title, the Giants went on to win the Superbowl, the most successful team in NFL history.
But the Eagles were also crowned champions in 2007 and won the division in 2012.
Their team names also won them the Supercups, but they lost the title to the Saints in 2013.
They didn’t have to go to the Superdome to do it, though, because they also won the championship in 2006.
So what’s their secret?