Not to be overlooked is the play of his offensive weapons. Riley Cooper and DeSean Jackson played major roles in the Eagles decisive victory and Foles' record-setting day.
Jackson, 26, caught five passes for a team-high 150 yards and a touchdown. It was his first 100+ yard receiving game since October 6th against the New York Giants. Cooper had himself a day as well.
Cooper, 26, caught five passes as well for 139 yards and a team-high three touchdowns. He also added 18 rushing yards on a backwards pass from Foles to give him an incredible 157 yards from scrimmage. In the last four weeks, he has pulled in 120, 88, 13, and 139 receiving yards.
Sunday marked the first time since December 5, 2004 that two Eagles receivers (Jackson and Cooper) had 130+ receiving yards apiece. Terrell Owens (161 receiving yards) and Brian Westbrook (156 receiving yards) did it for the Eagles against the Packers in a 47-17 rout.
Both players seem to be finding their stride with Nick Foles delivering the ball. The Dallas game aside, these two are playing good football and seem to be getting open, somehow.
Hey, I'm not complaining because Sunday was a treat for Eagles fans everywhere.
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