Final: Eagles 24 - Cardinals 21
Passing: Carson Palmer (ARI) - 24-for-41 (58.5%), 302 Yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs
Rushing: LeSean McCoy (PHI) - 19 CAR, 79 Yards, 0 TD
Receiving: Michael Floyd (ARI) - 5 REC, 99 Yards, 1 TD
Ertz, 23, had a breakout day for the Eagles in one of their biggest games to date. The rookie out of Stanford caught five of the six passes thrown his direction for a team-high and career-high 68 yards and two touchdowns. He entered Sunday's game with just one career touchdown reception. Ertz now has more two-touchdown games in his career than Brent Celek.
- The Eagles forced three Cardinals turnovers overall and two turnovers on Arizona's first two drives.
- Nick Foles had another strong game going 21-for-34 (61.7%) for 237 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.
- Foles really spread out the wealth targeting five receivers six times each.
- Foles has now thrown 19 touchdowns with no interceptions this season, one away from Peyton Manning's NFL record of 20 straight touchdown passes before throwing an interception to start the season.
- Foles had a pass intercepted that was called back after a defensive holding penalty.
- He also broke the franchise record for most passes without an interception (233) breaking Michael Vick's record of 224 set in 2010.
- Michael Floyd was one yard shy of his third consecutive 100 yard receiving game.
- The Eagles defense sacked Carson Palmer five times including two apiece for Trent Cole and Brandon Graham
- On his 27th birthday, DeSean Jackson went over 1,000 yards receiving today for the third time in his career.
- Jackson's third 1,000 yard receiving season ties him with Harold Carmichael and Mike Quick for the most in Eagles franchise history.
- Jackson returned a punt for a touchdown but it was called back due to a Kurt Coleman holding penalty called away from the play.
- Donnie Jones unleashed a 69-yard punt for the Eagles in the second half, one game after kicking a 70-yarder against the Redskins. They were the longest punts for the Eagles since 1994.
- The Eagles rushed for 105 yards against the NFL's second-best rush defense in Arizona who was only allowing 81.3 yards per game on the ground.
- The Cardinals got to Nick Foles a lot today with five sacks led by two from Karlos Dansby.
- Nate Allen and Cary Williams both recorded interceptions with sizable returns.
The Eagles take on the Detroit Lions on Sunday at 1:00 pm at Lincoln Financial Field. The game can be seen on the Fox and you can hear Merrill Reese and Mike Quick call the game on the radio on 94.1 WIP.
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