PHOTOS: Eagles Beat Rams by the Numbers

The good, the bad and the the ugly from the Eagles 31-13 win in St. Louis.

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The Eagles' Jason Babin celebrates after a field goal-attempt by St. Louis Rams kicker Josh Brown went wide during the third quarter of their game Sunday in St. Louis.
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It was master versus student as Andy Reid took his Eagles into St. Louis to play former assistant Steve Spagnuolo. The Eagles would have the best of the Rams Sunday.
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Before getting to some interesting numbers from this game let's first take a moment to remember the Sept. 11 terror attacks. The American spirit was in full effect during a pregame ceremony marking the somber occasion.
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Eagles running back LeSean McCoy starred rushing for 122 yards on 15 rushes (8.1 yards per carry) and added two receptions for 15 yards including a touchdown.
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His biggest play was a 49-yard scamper that iced the win.
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Shady's counterpart Steven Jackson nearly matched Shady's long TD with a 47-yarder on the Rams first play from scrimmage.
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Jackson was hurt after only two runs so Cadillac Williams took over rushing duties for the Rams. Williams gained 91 hard-fought yards on 19 rushes (4.8 YPC)
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The Eagles had another runner who impressed. QB Michael Vick scrambled for 98 yards. He would have had 100 yards on the ground but lost two yards on a pair of kneel downs at the end of the game.
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Vick still made his share of big plays through the air throwing for two TDs. But he managed to complete just 14 of 32 passing attempts for 187 yards (83.7 passer rating).
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Vick targeted DeSean Jackson 12 times, completing six passes for 102 yards and a score.
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Vick's accuracy was in question at points Sunday. His 43.8 percent completion percentage marked the first time as a starter for the Eagles he completed less than 54 percent of his passes.
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Vick's counterpart, second-year QB Sam Bradford, had difficulty dealing with the Eagles pass rush but still managed one more passing yard than Vick, tossing for 188 yards on 17 for 30 passing. (a 75.4 rating).
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Bradford left in the fourth quarter with a finger injury. Ex-Eagle A.J. Feeley came off the bench to complete 2 of 6 for 21 yards (44.4 passer rating).
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Jason Babin twice got to Bradford to record two sacks for the first time since Week 14 last season when he was with the Tennessee Titans.
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Trent Cole recorded a sack on opening day for the third-straight season.
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