Here are some stats and figures from Sunday's game against the Bears, courtesy of the Eagles Media Relations Department ...
Green Akers is Red Hot ... K David Akers played in his 183rd game with the Eagles, tying Brian Dawkins for the team record ...Akers has made four field goals in four of the last five games and has connected on 18 of his last 19 attempts ...Akers eclipsed 100 points for the 10th time in his career and the fifth year in a row.
The Hunt Continues ... DE Trent Cole compiled two sacks and now has 56.0 in his career, moving past Hugh Douglas (54.5) and into third place on the team's all-time list. He trails Clyde Simmons (76.0) and Reggie White (124.0) for the team record ... It was Cole's 15th career multi-sack game and his third this season.
Sack Attack ... The Eagles brought down Jay Cutler four times, including sacks by DE Brandon Graham and DT Mike Patterson. It was Graham's third sack of the season, needing one more to tie Jerome Brown (4.0 in 1987) for the fifth-most ever by an Eagles rookie. Patterson became the 11th different Eagle with a sack this season.
MV7 ... QB Michael Vick threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns, tying for the second-highest yardage output of his career. It was his second 300-yard game of the season and the fourth of his career ...Vick snapped a streak of 240 consecutive passes without throwing an interception (including playoffs), which was the longest of his career.
Rush Hour ...The Eagles have averaged at least 4.0 yards per carry in all 11 games this season, surpassing the 1970 St. Louis Cardinals for the most ever to start a season.
Offensive Quick Hits ... WR Jeremy Maclin scored his eighth touchdown reception of the season, doubling his total from last year ...TE Brent Celek caught his third touchdown of the season on a 30-yard strike from Vick on fourth down ...WR Jason Avant tied a career high with eight receptions. He also tied his career high with 41 catches this season.
Birdseed ...The Eagles have not allowed a punt or kickoff return for a touchdown since Felix Jones' 98-yard kickoff return on 9/15/08 at Dallas. Only two other teams have not allowed a touchdown during that span (Tampa Bay, Buffalo) ...RB LeSean McCoy has racked up 1,414 career rushing yards, surpassing Wilbert Montgomery (1,403) for the most ever by an Eagle in his first two NFL seasons.
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 8:55 p.m., November 28