PHOTOS: Another Eagles Loss by the Numbers

There are plenty of glaring stats that came out of the Eagles 31-24 loss in Buffalo.

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Fred Jackson scampered in for a 5-yard score in the first quarter. It was Jackson's fifth TD on the season.
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Fred Jackson rushed for 11 yards on 26 carries and added six recptions for 85 yards as the Bills stampeded past the Eagles 31-24 Sunday.
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Fred Jackson scampered in for a 5-yard score in the first quarter. It was Jackson's fifth TD on the season.
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Jackson's countrepart LeSean McCoy also put up impressive numbers gaining 80 yards on just 11 carries and a TD while catching four balls for 27 more yards. Shady became the first Eagle ever to begin the season scoring in the team's first five games.
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QB Michael Vick though was the Eagles top rusher with 90 yards on five carries. Vick (4,948 career rushing yards) passed ex-Eagle Randall Cunningham for the most rushing yards ever for a quarterback.
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Vick dodged in and out of trouble all day to throw for 315 yards and two TDs on 26-for-40 passing. He was sacked just once but vick tossed four interceptions including two to LB Nick Barnett (chasing Vick in this photo).
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Vick's counterpart Ryan Fitzpatrick did a lot more of this -- as the Bills rushed 35 times to the Eagles 19 runs. Fitzpatrick himself ran three times for seven yards but he also threw for 193 yards, 1 TD and an interception on 21-for-27 passing.
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Fitzpatrick's sole TD was a six-yard pass to David Nelson in the second half. It was Nelson's only catch the whole day.
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The Eagles had twice as many TD receptions including an impressive 31-yard catch and run by DeSean Jackson in the fourth quarter. DeSean wound up grabbing five balls for 86 yards.
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In the end Vick and his teammates just made too many mistakes. The Eagles turned the ball over five times and they were penalized five times for 46 yards.
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Reggie Corner, Bryan Scott and rest of the Buffalo Bills had reason to celebrate. They sit above the AFC East at 4-1 while the Eagles sit at the bottom of the NFC East at 1-4.
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