Well, that was fun. The Eagles got back on track in a 49-20 rout of the Raiders in Oakland, as Chip Kelly's offense fired on all cylinders and Nick Foles tied the NFL record for touchdown passes in a game, with seven (to go along with a perfect quarterback rating). At 4-5, this team remains in the thick of the NFC East race, with a major test against Green Bay at Lambeau Field coming up next. EaglesLive! comes your way at noon, but for now relive all the action right here on PhiladelphiaEagles.com!
Five things to know for Monday, November 4.
Complete coverage and recap of the Eagles' victory over the Raiders.
It was an historic day for Nick Foles and the Eagles offense.
The defense stepped up and put the clamps on Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
Foles put the debacle against the Cowboys in the past with a game for the ages.
Rookie Zach Ertz scored his first NFL touchdown in front of family and friends.
Riley Cooper had another career-best performance (three weeks after his first one) with Foles at quarterback and is emerging as a threat on the outside.
A number of Eagles players tweeted in celebration following the win.