Over the last two seasons, there hasn't been a whole lot of winning football in this city.
Dating back to the start of last year, the two teams that call the Linc home -- the Philadelphia Eagles and the Temple Owls -- are a combined 11-25.
"I don't know if Lincoln Financial Field is cursed, but us and the Eagles haven't won for a while," Temple senior safety Abdul Smith said Tuesday.
In fact, it's been more than one calendar year -- 375 days -- since either team has won a regular-season game at home.
The last time one did: Temple defeated South Florida, 37-28, on Oct. 6 of last year.
The Eagles haven't won at home since they beat the Giants, 19-17, on Sept. 30, 2012, a Sunday night matchup in Week 4.
That's 14 straight losses for the home team, the most since Lincoln Financial Field opened in 2004. It's actually 15 in a row if you count Army, which was nominally the "home team" in its loss to Navy last December.
The Eagles' eight straight defeats at home represent the longest active streak in the NFL. Tampa Bay is up to six.
The Owls' six straight home losses are the most they've endured since dropping nine straight from 2004-2006, the year the program was almost abandoned to Al Golden's first season.
The two teams haven't won at home in the same weekend since Oct. 16-17, 2010, when Temple beat Bowling Green and Kevin Kolb beat the Atlanta Falcons.
All of which leads us to this weekend, when Temple (0-6) hosts Army, and the Eagles (3-3) take on the Cowboys.
Somebody has to win ... eventually ... right?