Passing Yards: 292.6 yards (4th)
Rushing Yards: 114.2 yards (14th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 263.0 yards (28th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 114.7 yards (20th)
Mark Sanchez threw 44 times for 346 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the blowout loss against the Packers. He fumbled three times and lost it twice. One fumble and one interception was taken back for a touchdown.
LeSean McCoy rushed 23 times for 88 yards and no touchdown against the weak Green Bay run defense. Darren Sprole rushed twice for 23 yards.
Jordan Matthews led the Eagles with 107 yards on five receptions with a touchdown. Jeremy Maclin caught nine passes for 93 yards and a touchdown. Riley Cooper caught four passes for 39 yards against the Packers.
Zach Ertz caught four passes for 55 yards against Green Bay while Brent Celek only caught one pass for 11 yards.
The offensive line had a rough go against the Packers and Matt Tobin suffered a concussion. Tobin was listed as probable but Andrew Gardner is expected to fill in for him. From left to right it is Jason Peters, Evan Mathis, Jason Kelce, Gardner and Lane Johnson.
The defensive line has been strong all season. Fletcher Cox recorded four tackles against the Packers. Brandon Bair and Beau Allen each recorded three tackles. Bennie Logan and Cedric Thornton have been solid.
Inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks recorded five tackles including one tackle for loss while Emmanuel Acho recorded two tackles and Casey Matthews recorded one tackle filling in for DeMeco Ryans.
Outside linebackers Connor Barwin, Trent Cole, Vinny Curry and Brandon Graham all recorded two tackles each but no sacks.
The Eagles cornerbacks got torched by Aaron Rodgers. Bradley Fletcher allowed seven receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday. Cary Williams led all Eagles with seven tackles on Sunday.
Cody Parkey hit two 33-yard field goals on Sunday. Donnie Jones punted four times putting one inside the 20 yard line on Sunday. The Eagles punt coverage unit allowed Micah Hyde to return a punt 75 yards for a touchdown.
Passing Yards: 216.5 yards (25th)
Rushing Yards: 92.5 yards (26th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 226.9 yards (9th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 143.5 yards (31st)
Zach Mettenberger threw for 263 yards two touchdowns and an interception on Monday night against the Steelers. Mettenberger's interception was returned 28 yards for a touchdown.
Bishop Sankey rushed 11 times for just 38 yards and a touchdown. The Titans posted just 45 rushing yards on 15 rushing attempts.
Nate Washington recorded just one reception Monday but it went 80 yards for a touchdown. Kendall Wright had four catches for 70 yards and works mostly out of the slot. Justin Hunter caught two passes for 48 yards and is a big target for Mettenberger but is questionable for the game with a knee injury.
Delanie Walker is the Titans leading receiver with 512 yards but has been injured. Chase Coffman has been playing in his place and caught three passes for 32 yards and a touchdown.
Tennessee's offensive line is strong with first-round pick Taylor Lewan at left tackle, Andy Levitre at left guard, Brian Schwenke at center, 2013 first-round pick Chance Warmack at right guard and Michael Oher, the subject of The Blind Side, at right tackle.
Jurrell Casey anchors the defensive line at the right defensive end spot. He leads the team with four sacks on the season. Ropati Pitoitua is the left defensive end and Sammie Hill is the nose tackle as has recorded two sacks on the year.
Two former first-round picks Derrick Morgan and Kamerion Wimbley are the outside linebackers but Morgan is listed as questionable for Sunday. Morgan has 2.5 sacks on the season and Wimbley has two sacks of his own.
Wesley Woodyard and Avery Williamson are the two inside linebackers. Williamson recorded eight tackles with two sacks against the Steelers giving him three on the season.
Jason McCourty and Blidi Wreh-Wilson are the cornerbacks but Wreh-Wilson is officially questionable with a back injury. Coty Sensabaugh is the backup to Wreh-Wilson. McCourty can make plays as he has three interceptions on the season.
Michael Griffin and George Wilson are the safeties. Griffin has two interceptions and four passes defended on the season while Wilson has
Ryan Succop is the place kicker and is 12-for-14 on the season with a long of 47 yards. Brett Kern is averaging 45.9 yards per punt on his 53 punts this season. Sankey and Leon Washington handle the kickoff return duties while Dexter McCluster returns punts.