Passing Yards: 266.6 yards (7th)
Rushing Yards: 121.0 yards (8th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 257.4 yards (28th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 113.9 yards (18th)
Mark Sanchez was 17-for-28 for 252 yards, no touchdowns and two costly interceptions last week against the Cowboys. Sanchez has put up back-to-back poor performances against the Seahawks and Cowboys over the last two weeks.
LeSean McCoy rushed 16 times for 64 yards against the Cowboys while Darren Sproles rushed three times for five yards and the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter that put the Eagles up 24-21. Chris Polk rushed twice for six yards and two touchdowns.
Jeremy Maclin caught four passes for 98 yards and narrowly missed a touchdown 73-yard touchdown. He now has 1,207 receiving yards on the season ranking eighth in the NFL. Josh Huff caught one pass and hit a hole for 44 yards. Riley Cooper caught two passes for 17 yards while Jordan Matthews did not record any receptions.
Brent Celek caught four passes for 52 yards but had one fumble. Zach Ertz recorded three receptions for 32 yards.
The offensive line left to right is Jason Peters, Evan Mathis, Jason Kelce, Andrew Gardner and Lane Johnson.
The defensive line anchored the Eagles again on Sunday against the run holding DeMarco Murray to 81 yards on 31 carries. Defensive end Cedric Thornton recorded seven tackles and a sack against Dallas. Nose tackle Bennie Logan recorded five tackles including two for a loss while Fletcher Cox was disruptive recording three tackles and one for a loss.
Inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks had just two tackles and one quarterback hit on Sunday. Casey Matthews played well against Dallas recording eight total tackles.
Outside linebacker Connor Barwin was a force against the Cowboys recording a team-high nine tackles and a sack. Trent Cole suffered a broken hand and will be out against Washington with Brandon Graham taking his starting spot. Graham recorded three tackles, including two for a loss, against the Cowboys.
Bradley Fletcher was scorched by Dez Bryant for three touchdowns. Fletcher allowed five completions on five attempts for 88 yards and Bryant's three touchdowns. Cary Williams allowed just one reception for eight yards and two passes defended but he was called for three costly penalties that extended Dallas drives.
Safety Malcolm Jenkins recorded eight tackles and one tackle for a loss. Nate Allen recorded three tackles of his own.
Cody Parkey was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts with a long of 47 yards on Sunday night. Donnie Jones punted three times averaging 52 yards per punt.
Passing Yards: 252.4 yards (10th)
Rushing Yards: 106.2 yards (20th)
Opponent Passing Yards: 237.9 yards (18th)
Opponent Rushing Yards: 101.0 yards (7th)
Starting quarterback Colt McCoy suffered a neck injury against the New York Giants last week and is out for the season. Robert Griffin III stepped in and went 18-for-27 for 236 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions. He also rushed five times for 46 yards but fumbled away a touchdown on a close call.
Alfred Morris rushed 14 times for 49 yards against the Giants. He has had a somewhat quiet year rushing 232 times for 948 yards and seven touchdowns. Running back Silas Redd rushed just once for one yard but caught three passes for 62 yards.
DeSean Jackson is the biggest threat for the Redskins but he was held to just three receptions for 15 yards. He has been held under 40 yards receiving in three of his last four games but still has 50 receptions for 957 yards and five touchdowns on the season. Andre Roberts was the leading receiver last week two two receptions for 81 yards and Pierre Garcon caught four passes for 36 yards.
Niles Paul caught just one pass for 17 yards and Jordan Reed caught three passes for 13 yards against the Giants. Paul is third on the team in receiving yards.
Left tackle Trent Williams has been dealing with a shoulder injury suffered last Sunday and was limited in practice on Thursday. Shawn Lauvao is at left guard, Kory Lichtensteiger is at center, Chris Chester is at right guard and Tom Compton at right tackle. The Giants were able to sack Griffin seven times last week.
The Cowboys run a 3-4 base defense with Jason Hatcher anchoring the defensive line with 5.5 sacks but Hatcher has been dealing with a knee injury that could keep him out on Saturday. Chris Baker, who laid out Nick Foles in the first matchup, is the nose tackle and Jarvis Jenkins is the left defensive end.
Inside linebacker Keenan Robinson leads all Redskins with 99 tackles and has 1.5 sacks on the season. Perry Riley Jr. is the other inside linebacker and he is third on the team with 72 total tackles and two sacks on the season.
Ryan Kerrigan is the play-maker for the Redskins on defense with 56 total tackles and 12.5 sacks from the left outside linebacker spot. Trent Murphy is the right outside linebacker and he has 32 tackles and 2.5 sacks on the year.
Bashaud Breeland and David Amerson are the cornerbacks and they have struggled this season. No one has been on the field for as many snaps as Amerson (772) and has allowed as worse of a quarterback rating as he had (132.8). He has allowed quarterbacks to complete 75.6% of their passes for 229 yards, seven touchdowns and no interceptions. Meanwhile, Breeland has an interception on the season but has been flagged for 11 penalties.
Ryan Clark and Phillip Thomas are the two safeties. Clark is second on the team with 81 tackles and has one interception on the year. Thomas has 15 tackles and one fumble recovery.
Place kicker Kai Forbath is 21-for-24 on the season with a long of 49 yards. Punter Tress Way is averaging 47.9 yards on 70 punts this season. Andre Roberts returns both kickoffs and punts.