JAC 7-0 - Allen Hurns 34-yard reception from Chad Henne. Josh Scobee extra point attempt is good.
JAC 14-0 - Allen Hurns 21-yard reception from Chad Henne. Josh Scobee extra point attempt is good.
JAC 17-0 - Josh Scobee 49-yard field goal attempt is good.
PHI 7-17 - Darren Sproles 49-yard run. Cody Parkey extra point attempt is good.
PHI 14-17 - Zach Ertz 25-yard reception from Nick Foles. Cody Parkey extra point attempt is good.
PHI 17-17 - Cody Parkey 51-yard field goal attempt is good.
PHI 24-17 - Jeremy Maclin 68-yard reception from Nick Foles. Cody Parkey extra point attempt is good.
PHI 27-17 - Cody Parkey 28-yard field goal attempt is good.
PHI 34-17 - Fletcher Cox 17-yard fumble return. Cody Parkey extra point attempt is good.
Passing: Nick Foles: 27-for-45, 322 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: LeSean McCoy: 21 Car, 74 yards
Receiving: Jeremy Maclin: 4 Rec, 97 yards, 1 TD
Passing: Chad Henne: 23-for-43, 266 yards, 2 TD
Rushing: Toby Gerhart: 18 car, 42 yards
Receiving: Allen Hurns: 4 Rec, 110 yards, 2 TDs
- The Jaguars largest lead all last season was 13 points, they opened a 14-point lead in the first quarter and a 17-point lead at halftime.
- Jacksonville did not shut any opponent out in the first half in 2013. They shutout Philadelphia in the first half on Sunday.
- Allen Hurns became the first player since Lions wide receiver Charles Rogers in 2003 to have his first two NFL receptions go for touchdowns.
- Darren Sproles rushed 11 times for 71 yards and a big 49-yard touchdown to open up the scoring for the Eagles.
- Sproles' touchdown run was the longest of his 10-year career.
- Nick Foles fumbled twice in the first half and it marked his first career three-turnover game thanks to his interception.
- Foles had three turnovers today compared to just four turnovers all last season.
- Zach Ertz had three receptions for a career-high 77 yards and a touchdown.
- Eight different Eagles recorded receptions.
- Eagles place kicker Cody Parkey was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts including a 51-yarder to tie the game at 17 early in the fourth quarter.
- Philadelphia scored 34 unanswered points in the second half.
- The win gives the Eagles two or more wins against every active NFL team.
- The Eagles are the first team in NFL history to trail by 17 or more points at halftime and win by 17 or more points.
- Philadelphia lost two offensive linemen to injury - right tackle Allen Babre and Pro Bowl left guard Evan Mathis. Babre injured his ankle and did not return. His injury did not appear serious. However, Mathis got rolled up on and suffered a knee injury that looked significant. He could be out for an extended period of time.