Here are some stats and figures compiled by the Eagles Media Relations department following the Eagles' 27-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday afternoon ...
Slick Vick ... QB Michael Vick threw for 175 yards, added 103 on the ground and boasted a quarterback rating of 101.9, marking the fifth time (including playoffs) he has rushed for over 100 yards in a game with a quarterback rating exceeding 100 ... Vick became the third quarterback in NFL history to eclipse 4,000 rushing yards, joining Randall Cunningham (4,928) and Steve Young (4,329) ... His 103 rushing yards against the Packers marked his 10th career 100-yard game (including playoffs), and was his highest total since racking up 166 on 11/26/06 vs. New Orleans. It was also the most by an Eagles quarterback since Donovan McNabb had 107 on 10/28/02 vs. NYG
Young Guns ... S Nate Allen intercepted Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, becoming the first Eagles rookie to register an interception on opening day since Eric Allen on 9/4/88 at TB ... Allen and DE Brandon Graham became the first pair of defensive rookies to start on opening day for the Eagles since S Wes Hopkins and LB Jody Schulz on 9/3/83 at San Francisco, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The only other rookies to start on opening day under Andy Reid are S Macho Harris (2009), WR DeSean Jackson (2008), G/T Shawn Andrews (2004), DT Corey Simon (2000), TE Jed Weaver (1999) and T John Welbourn (1999)
Rockin' Rocca ... P Sav Rocca booted five punts for a gross average of 49.6 and a career-high 47.6 net average. According to Stats Inc., it was the third-best single-game net average in team history behind Sean Landeta (49.0 at Sea. 9/23/01) and Jeff Feagles (48.8 vs. Dal. 10/5/92). Stats Inc. has kept track of net punting average since 1976
Defensive Nuggets ...DE Juqua Parker compiled two sacks of Rodgers, marking his fifth-career multi-sack game and his first since 9/21/08 vs. Pittsburgh, when he had a career high 2.5 ... DE Trent Cole also picked up a sack, and now has done so in four of the last five years on opening day ... CB Joselio Hanson notched his fourth career interception, marking his second straight season-opener with an interception
Birdseed ... WR DeSean Jackson surpassed Ernie Steele (889) and moved into sixth place in team history with 895 career punt return yards ... RB LeSean McCoy scored his fifth-career rushing touchdown ... WR Jeremy Maclin caught his fifth-career receiving touchdown ... WR Riley Cooper, S Nate Allen, S Kurt Coleman, CB Jorrick Calvin, CB Trevard Lindley and TE Clay Harbor all played in their first NFL game
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 9:59 p.m., September 12