Passing Yards: 283.6 yards (6th)
Rushing Yards: 115.1 yards (14th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 266.9 yards (26th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 116.7 yards (21st)
Nick Foles had a lot of work last week dropping back to throw 62 times against the Cardinals. Foles threw for a season-high 411 yards with two touchdowns but two big interceptions. Turnovers are still plaguing Foles this season.
LeSean McCoy had another solid game in Arizona rushing 21 times for 83 yards but no touchdowns. Darren Sproles missed last Sunday's game but is expected to return from his MCL sprain for Sunday.
Jeremy Maclin had a special afternoon on Sunday catching 12 passes for a career-high 187 yards and two touchdowns. He is in the top 10 among wide receivers in receiving yards (10th - 632) and receiving touchdowns (t-3rd - 6). Riley Cooper had a big catch Sunday and caught five total passes for 88 yards.
Zach Ertz hauled in five passes for 48 yards against the Cardinals. Brent Celek, used mainly as a blocked, caught two passes for eight yards.
Right guard Todd Herremans suffered a torn biceps on Sunday against the Cardinals but expects to play against Houston. Center Jason Kelce returned to practice this week from a sports hernia. He was a full participant in practice and looks like he could be ready for Sunday. Jason Peters and Lane Johnson are both healthy at the tackle positions and Matt Tobin is still in for Evan Mathis at left guard.
Fletcher Cox, Bennie Logan and Cedric Thornton continue to be consistent up front for the Eagles getting pressure on opposing quarterbacks. The defensive line also helped limit Arizona to just 71 yards on the ground.
Mychal Kendricks returned for his torn calf but wasn't used fully used as he was only on the field for 31% of the snaps. DeMeco Ryans continues to be a force against the run ad even broke up a touchdown catch from John Carlson on third down in the second half.
Outside linebackers Connor Barwin and Brandon Graham did not record a sack on Sunday but both recorded a tackle for loss.
The Eagles still don't have an interception from their cornerbacks this season. The secondary was burnt twice on Sunday. First, Larry Fitzgerald beat them on an 80-yard touchdown on third down in the Cardinals opening drive of the second half. They were burnt badly for a 75-yard game-winning touchdown inside of two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
Nate Allen forced and recovered a fumble keeping the Eagles takeaway streak alive at 19 games.
Cody Parkey is now 13-for-14 on the season and 3-for-3 from beyond 50 yards with a career-long 54-yarder against Arizona. Donnie Jones punted six times averaging 48 yards per punt and pinning two inside the 20 yard line. Jeremy Maclin returned punts in Sproles' absence.
Passing Yards: 262.3 yards (7th)
Rushing Yards: 116.0 yards (14th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 256.5 yards (23rd)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 124.3 yards (23rd)
Ryan Fitzpatrick was 19-for-35 (54.2%) for 227 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the Titans. Despite his success through the air, he was still sacked five times for 34 yards.
Arian Foster has regained his old form and is a force out of the backfield. He rushed 20 times for 151 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday against Tennessee while averaging 7.6 yards per carry. He also caught four passes for 22 yards and a touchdown. Alfred Blue also rushed 14 times but for only 42 yards.
Andre Johnson missed some practice this week due to an ankle injury but has not been ruled out for Sunday's game. He caught seven passes for 55 yards against the Titans. DeAndre Hopkins led the Texans in receiving catching five passes for 95 yards in Tennessee.
Garrett Graham has not been an integral part of the offense this season as he has not recorded a catch, or even a target, in two of the last three games. He has just 12 catches for 122 yards on the season.
Pro Bowl left tackle Duane Brown locks down the Texans offensive line. Ben Jones is at left guard, Chris Myers at center, Brandon Brooks at right guard and Derek Newton at right tackle.
J.J. Watt causes major problems for the opposition. He has 32 tackles with seven sacks, a forced fumble and an interception on the season. Watt recorded three tackles and two sacks Sunday in Tennessee. Jared Crick is the other defensive end and Ryan Pickett is the nose tackle.
No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney returned last week and recorded one tackle. Inside linebacker Mike Mohamed had a strong game for the Texans filling in for Brian Cushing posting 10 tackles against the Titans. Inside linebacker Akeem Dent recorded four tackles and a quarterback hit.
Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson are the outside cornerbacks. Joseph had five tackles against Tennessee while Jackson had only four tackles but one of them was a tackle for a loss. Jackson also added two passes defended.
Kendrick Lewis and D.J. Swearinger are the safeties with each of them recording three forced fumbles with one interception on the season.
Place kicker Randy Bullock is 15-for-17 on the season including going 6-for-6 from beyond 40 yards and 2-for-2 from beyond 50. Punter Shane Lechler is averaging 47.6 yards per punt and 37.4 net yards per punt. Former Eagle Demaris Johnson and Keshawn Martin handle the punt returns while Johnson and Danieal Manning handle the kick returns.