Photos: By the Numbers: Eagles Dominate Jets

At best it was a season-saving win, at worst it was an encouraging preview of things to come next year. Either way it was one of the most impressive performances of the year as the Eagles dominated the Jets in a 45-19 victory.

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At best it was a season-saving win, at worst it was an encouraging preview of things to come next year. Either way it was one of the most impressive performances of the year as the Eagles dominated the Jets in a 45-19 victory.
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At best it was a season-saving win, at worst it was an encouraging preview of things to come next year. Either way it was one of the most impressive performances of the year as the Eagles dominated the Jets in a 45-19 victory.
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Defensive End Juqua Parker struck first for the Birds, running a 47-yard fumble return for the touchdown.
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Brent Celek catches the touchdown pass from Mike Vick. Celek had five receptions for 156 yards. It was the most receiving yards in a game for an Eagles Tight End since Pete Rezlaff in 1965. It was also Celek’s new career high.
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Mike Vick dives in for the touchdown, his first rushing TD of the season. Vick was 15 for 22 with one passing touchdown and one rushing. His one interception was a meaningless prayer thrown with time running out in the second quarter.
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Shady McCoy ran for three touchdowns and 102 yards. He also broke two franchise records. Total touchdowns in a single season with 20 and rushing touchdowns in a season with 17.
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Jason Babin had three sacks. He’s now the 10th NFL player to have three or more sacks in back to back games. He also has the third most sacks in a single Eagles season with 18, right behind Clyde Simmons (19) an Reggie White (21).
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It was a rough day for Jets QB Mark Sanchez. He threw two interceptions, fumbled the ball and was sacked four times. In all he was 15 for 26 with 150 yards and two touchdowns.
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Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes also had a rough one. He fumbled the ball, dropped a pass which led to an interception and was called for a taunting penalty after scoring a touchdown.
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With their win over Rex Ryan’s Jets and their earlier win over the Cowboys, the Eagles have now scored 34 and 45 points against the Ryan brothers this year. The Birds haven’t scored more than 31 against any other team this year.
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With their 45-19 win over the Jets, the Eagles’ playoff hopes are still alive. In order for the team to make the postseason, they must finish the season by beating both the Cowboys and Redskins. Meanwhile the Cowboys must lose to the Eagles and Giants while the Giants must lose to the Jets and beat the Cowboys.
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