The Eagles have played their share of games in inclement weather, not just yesterday's 34-20 win over the Lions.

Here are five bad-weather games in Eagles history:

Fog Bowl

Dec. 31, 1988

Soldier Field, Chicago

A heavy and dense fog rolled in off Lake Michigan and onto Soldier Field in the second quarter of the playoff game. Players said they couldn't see sidelines or first-down markers. The Eagles lost, 20-12, despite Randall Cunningham's 407 passing yards.

Wussy Bowl

Dec. 28, 2010

Lincoln Financial Field

The Vikings defeated the Eagles, 24-14, in a Tuesday night game that was postponed by the NFL on Sunday because of a snowstorm. Minnesota QB Joe Webb burned the Birds with a 17-for-26 passing performance.

1948 NFL Championship Game

Dec. 19, 1948

Shibe Park

The Eagles won their first NFL title in a snowstorm, 7-0, over the Chicago Cardinals. It was the first NFL game to air on national television. Steve Van Buren scored on a 5-yard run early in the fourth quarter. The crowd was 36,309.

No treat

Oct. 31, 1993

Veterans Stadium

The Eagles and Cowboys played in a driving rainstorm of biblical proportions. The Cowboys won, 23-10, as Emmitt Smith carried the ball 30 times for 237 yards and a touchdown.

Bye-bye, Reggie

Dec. 5, 2005

Lincoln Financial Field

The Eagles retired Reggie White's number in a Monday night game during a snowstorm that the Daily News headlined "Winter Blunderland." The Birds lost, 42-0, to fall to 5-7. White had died nearly a year before.