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Why the Eagles' winning record is no touchdown for local economy

bizjournals Thursday, 2 November 2017 ()
Philadelphia Eagles fans are flying high right now. At 7-1, the team has the best record in the NFL thanks to its best start in more than a decade. What does this mean for the city’s economy? Experts say nothing. “The average baseball team has roughly the impact of a midsize department store. Because the season is shorter — fewer games, lower overall attendance — football has an even smaller impact on the city,” said Temple University professor Michael Leeds, who chairs the school’s…
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