Sixteen of the NFL's 32 teams have a winning record in the Super Bowl era, which started when the NFL champion Green Bay Packers met the AFL champion Kansas City Chiefs after the 1966 season. The Eagles are one of those 16 teams, and they are also one of only two teams with a winning record in that time frame that has not won the Super Bowl. The other team is the Minnesota Vikings, whom the Eagles beat in the NFC championship game to reach Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots. That game, of course, is being played on the Vikings' home field – U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Here is the list of the teams with winning records in the Super Bowl era and how they have done in the postseason:

Team Record Playoff appearances Playoff record Super Bowl record
Dallas 477-385-10 32 34-27 5-3
Pittsburgh 469-326-5 30 25-25 6-2
Denver 448-345-7 22 23-19 3-5
Miami 445-351-4 23 20-21 2-3
New England 445-352-3 24 33-18 5-4
Minnesota 445-348-7 29 20-29 0-4
San Francisco 432-359-9 24 30-19 5-1
Oakland 430-362-8 22 25-19 3-2
Green Bay 428-361-11 23 27-19 4-1
Indianapolis 414-381-5 23 20-21 2-2
Washington 413-379-8 18 20-15 3-2
Kansas City 413-378-8 19 8-18 1-0
Eagles 405-385-10 21 17-20 1-2
L.A. Rams 404-388-8 22 17-20 1-2
Seattle 334-325-1 16 16-15 1-2
Baltimore 190-161-1 10 15-8 2-0