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Take It To The House ... FS Quintin Demps returned a kickoff 100 yards for his first-career touchdown. It was the longest kickoff return by an Eagles rookie and tied the fourth-longest in team history. The last time the Eagles scored on a kickoff return was on 11/4/01 at Arizona, when Brian Mitchell scored on a 94-yarder. The previous rookie record for longest kickoff return was a 99-yard touchdown by Wilbert Montgomery on 12/11/77 vs. NY Giants.

Movin' On Up ... WR DeSean Jackson led the team with 5 receptions for 47 yards. He now has 47 catches this season, which is the fifth-highest single-season total among Eagles rookies and the most by a rookie wide receiver since Don Looney caught 58 in 1940.

Sacks are Stacking Up ... The Eagles have registered 20 sacks in 3 games against the AFC North this season (9 on 9/21 vs. Pit., 8 on 11/16 at Cin., 3 on 11/23 at Bal.). In those 3 games, they held their opponents to a combined 22 percent (11 for 50) on third-down conversions (2-13, 4-20, and 5-17) ... DE Victor Abiamiri, a Baltimore area native, registered his first career sack, becoming the 15th different Eagle to do so this season ... DE Trent Cole posted one sack and now has 32.5 for his career, tying Ken Clarke for 10th place in team history. Cole has at least one sack in each of the last three games ... S Quintin Mikell picked up his career-high second sack and third forced fumble of the season. Mikell now has career highs in tackles, sacks, interceptions and forced fumbles in 2008.

Birdseed ... DE Juqua Parker played in his 100th career game (59th with the Eagles) ... OT Jon Runyan played in his 139th consecutive game as an Eagle, tying Ken Clarke for the fourth-longest streak in team history ... WR Hank Baskett set a career high with 23 receptions this season.

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