Seven years ago, in a home game against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct. 23, 2016, Josh Huff returned a kickoff 98 yards for a second-quarter touchdown that propelled the Philadelphia Eagles to a 21-10 victory.
It was the last time the Eagles returned either a kickoff or punt for a touchdown at home.
The law of averages — special-teams touchdowns are rare in football, but not that rare — suggests the Eagles are due to return a kickoff or punt for a touchdown in front of their home fans. And when they do, someone is going to hit the jackpot.
As part of a promotion called Take It to the House presented by Firstrust Bank, the official bank of the Philadelphia Eagles will pay off one lucky winner’s mortgage, up to $150,000. The Eagles will make their home debut on Thursday, Sept. 14 against — perhaps serendipitously — the Vikings.
Enter the sweepstakes at Firstrust Bank.
Firstrust Bank’s partnership with the Eagles goes beyond traditional sponsorship, as both institutions share a common history, which began almost 90 years ago in South Philadelphia, and a common purpose to serve the community.
Since forging their partnership in 2020, Firstrust Bank, the region’s largest family-owned financial institution, and the Eagles, one of the most valuable sports franchises in the world, have created synergies that extend both of their reaches and impact within the community.
Learn more about Firstrust Bank.