Here are some Eagles and Redskins nuggets to get you ready for Monday night Football in the nation's capital.
The Redskins hold a 78-67 series advantage over the Eagles, and have won three of the past five meetings. The last time the Eagles played Washington at FedEx Field, DeSean Jackson had two touchdowns over 50 yards and led the Eagles to a 27-17 victory – also on Monday night.
Head coach Andy Reid holds a career record of 14-9 against the Washington Redskins, where as Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan is 3-1 against Philadelphia (2-1 as head coach in Denver).
Quarterback Michael Vick is 3-1 as a starter on Monday Night Football and has five rush touchdowns on Monday Night. He leads NFL with a 105.3 QB rating and has 0 interceptions.
Running back LeSean McCoy had a career-high 12 catches for 110 yards and 174 scrimmage yards in last meeting. He's 1 of 3 players in NFL with 500-plus rush (572) and 300-plus receiving (301) yards. McCoy is tied for first among NFL running backs with 41 receptions.
Receiver DeSean Jackson has scored 21 touchdowns (15 rec., 3 rush, 3 PR) in career and averages 43.7 yards per TD (918 yards). Jackson has four touchdowns (2 rec., 1 rush, 1 PR) in career vs. Washington and averages 56.8 yards per touchdown.
Defensive end Trent Cole had 4 sacks in past 4 meetings. He's third in NFL with 49 sacks since 2006.
Cornerback Asante Samuel had two interceptions in Nov. 2009 meeting with Washington. He has 34 interceptions since 2006, most in NFL. Had two interceptions last week. Aims for fourth gmae in a row with an interception.
Quarterback Donovan McNabb defeated his former team in Week 4. When he has 100-plus QB rating his teams are 46-2 (.958), including playoffs. He aims for third consecutive win on Monday Night Football.
Tight End Chris Cooley had touchdown in last meeting. He's second among NFC tight ends with 39 receptions.
Rookie receiver Brandon Banks had club record 271 total return yards (213 KR, 58 PR), incl. 96-yard kick return for a touchdown in Week 8.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall has five interceptions in past two games, including a touchdown.
Linebacker Brian Orakpo has five sacks in past four games.
-- Posted by Josh Goldman, 12:00 a.m., November 15