Mac Attack ...** WR Jeremy Maclin led the team with 98 yards on four receptions, including a 72 yarder that is the third-longest of his career (including playoffs) and the fourth-longest completion by QB Mark Sanchez (including playoffs) ... Maclin's 78 receptions this year are tied for the seventh-best single-season total in franchise history and his 1,207 yards rank sixth ... With 4,660 career receiving yards, Maclin moved past Fred Barnett and into ninth on the Eagles all-time receiving list.
Offensive Quick Hits ... RB Chris Polk scored his second and third rushing touchdowns of the season, marking his first-career multi-touchdown game ... RB Darren Sproles scored his sixth rushing touchdown of the season, doubling his previous career high of three ... RB LeSean McCoy's 1,132 yards this season rank 12th in team history ... WR Josh Huff had a 44-yard reception, the longest of his career ... The Eagles converted all three red zone opportunities into touchdowns and are four for their last four inside the 20.
Defensive Nuggets ... LB Connor Barwin upped his season total to 14.5 sacks, which ranks 10th in Eagles history ... DE Vinny Curry also picked up a sack and has five in the last six games and nine in the last 11. He forced a fumble on the play that was recovered by DE Fletcher Cox and led to an Eagles touchdown ... DE Cedric Thornton became the 11th Eagle to record a sack this season ... The Eagles held DeMarco Murray to 81 yards on a season-low 2.6-yards per carry. His two lowest rushing averages (2.6 and 3.7) and two of his three lowest yardage outputs (73 and 81) have come against the Eagles this year.
Donnie Longball ... P Donnie Jones blasted a 68-yard punt, which tied for the third-longest of his career and contributed to a 52.3-yard net average for the game ... Jones has landed 29 punts inside the 20 this year, which is tied for third-highest total in team history.
Love Parkey ... K Cody Parkey connected on both of his field goal attempts and three extra points, giving him 29 field goals and 134 points this year. Those totals lead the NFC and rank sixth and fourth in franchise history, respectively.