Earlier this week, we gave you 10 unbelievable Nick Foles stats (see story).
Now it's time for 10 overall Eagles stats, which are just as unbelievable!
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1. Spreading the ball around
With Zach Ertz (12-110), Nelson Agholor (5-116), Alshon Jeffery (3-82) and Darren Sproles (3-76), Sunday's game was the first in 29 years in which four Eagles had 75 receiving yards.
It last happened Oct. 2, 1989, in a 27-13 loss to the Bears at Soldier Field, with Keith Byars (10-87), Cris Carter (8-113), Gregg Garrity (4-83) and Keith Jackson (6-for-78).
2. Still getting it done
Sproles became the first NFL running back at least 35 years old with a touchdown catch of at least 35 yards in more than 20 years - since Herschel Walker's 64-yarder from Troy Aikman in the Cowboys' 26-22 win over the Jaguars at Texas Stadium in 1997.
3. More Sproles magic
Sproles' 37-yard TD was also the longest receiving TD by an Eagle on fourth-down since Brian Dawkins' 57-yard TD catch on a fake punt thrown by Brian Mitchell - also against the Texans - in 2002.
4. One more Sproles
Sproles, now 35 years and 186 days old, is the oldest Eagle to score a touchdown since Irving Fryar had a 26-yard TD catch from Koy Detmer at 36, 76 days, on Dec. 13, 1998, against the Cards. He's the Eagles' oldest running back with a TD since Ollie Matson's 3-yard TD run against the 49ers on Nov. 20, 1966 (at 36, 203 days). He's also the oldest NFL running back to score a touchdown since Lorenzo Neal in 2007.
5. Alshon coming up big
Jeffery is the first Eagle with a 50-yard catch in consecutive games since Jeremy Maclin in 2014 - 54 yards vs. the Cards on Oct. 26 from Foles, 52 yards from Mark Sanchez on Nov. 2 vs. the Texans.
6. A unique record for Elliot
Jake Elliott is now 19-for-21 in his career on field goal attempts from 40-49 yards. That's 90.5 percent and it's highest in NFL history by a kicker in that 40-49 range (minimum of 10 attempts). Jason Myers of the Jets missed a 45-yarder Sunday and fell from 90.9 percent to 88.2 percent. Justin Tucker is currently second in the 40-49 range at 89.3 percent (67-for-75).
7. Fourth-down magic
The Eagles were 4-for-4 Sunday on fourth down. It' the first time they've converted four fourth downs in a game since at least 1991, which is when the NFL started tracking fourth-down stats.
8. Take your pick
With one game left, Rasul Douglas and Avonte Maddox share the Eagles' interception lead with two. The last time no Eagle had more than two INTs in a season was 1998, when Brian Dawkins, Troy Vincent and Michael Zordich shared the team lead with two.
9. Baskett case
Nelson Agholor's 83-yard TD catch from Nick Foles Sunday is tied for fifth-longest by an Eagle at the Linc. Incredibly, Hank Baskett still has the three-longest TD catches by an Eagle at the Linc. Here's a look at the Eagles' six pass plays of at least 80 yards at home since the Linc opened in 2002:
90 - Hank Baskett from Donovan McNabb vs. the Rams (Sept. 7, 2008)
89 - Hank Baskett from A.J. Feeley vs. the Falcons (Dec. 31, 2006)
87 - Hank Baskett from Donovan McNabb vs. the Cowboys (Oct. 8, 2006)
84 - Donte' Stallworth from Donovan McNabb vs. the Redskins (Nov. 12, 2006)
83 - Nelson Agholor from Nick Foles vs. the Texans (Dec. 23, 2018)
83 - Jeremy Maclin from Kevin Kolb vs. the Falcons (Oct. 17, 2010)
The next-longest TD of Baskett's odd career was 10 yards against the Cowboys in 2007. Baskett finished his five-year career with 1,098 yards, so 24 percent of his career total came on three catches.
10. Love Ertz, yeah, yeah
On top of the receiving records we've already written about (see story), Ertz's 12 catches Sunday gave him five career games with 12 receptions. Only six players in NFL history have ever had more - Wes Welker (9), Marvin Harrison (8), Antonio Brown, Andre Johnson and Jerry Rice (7) and Cris Carter (6).
Don't forget Ertz's yards: We've spent so much time talking about Ertz's record-setting catches, but he's also got the 11th-most receiving yards in Eagles history with 1,148 and with 53 yards Sunday moves up to 7th. Here's what the top 10 looks like:
1,409 - Mike Quick, 1983
1,332 - DeSean Jackson, 2013
1,318 - Jeremy Maclin, 2014
1,316 - Irving Fryar, 1997
1,265 - Ben Hawkins, 1967
1,247 - Mike Quick, 1985
1,200 - Terrell Owens, 2004
1,195 - Irving Fryar, 1996
1,190 - Pete Retzlaff, 1965
1,156 - DeSean Jackson, 2009
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