Monday, November 29, 2010

The Daily Numbers - Nov. 29

The Daily Numbers: 5 times the Eagles got inside the red zone yesterday.


And they have 1 TD to show for it.


1 interception thrown by Michael Vick so far this year. But it was a killer, at the end of the first half, and completely turning around yesterday’s game vs. the Bears. Instead of being in the lead at half, they were down 8.


4 years, how long since Vick has thrown an interception. Of course, for


2 of those he was in prison.


238 passes attempted by Vick between those interceptions.


4 TD passes for Jay Cutler leading the Bears to a 31-26 win.


29 of 44 for Vick for 333 yards.


8 catches for Jason Avant; just 2 for DeSean Jackson, who is now taking some heat for seeming reticent to go over the middle and take a hit. He didn’t give much effort on what could have been a TD throw over the middle in the end zone.


4 field goals for David Akers.


1 percent earned income tax causing controversy in Sharon Hill.


7 residents who offered questions to Upper Darby officials during a public hearing on their budget, and a $95 tax hike.


50.3 million dollars at the box office on the holiday weekend for the new Harry Potter movie, leading the list.


84, age of Leslie Nielsen, the veteran character actor and star of ‘Airport.’ He died in his sleep.


1, as in the busiest travel day of the year yesterday. Little or no problems were reported on the roads, rails and at airports.


18, age of Del. man who turned himself in to face charges of fatally shooting a 10-year-old boy.


96,824 dollars, cost of the items in the Christmas classic ‘The 12 Days of Christmas.’


10.8 percent increase from last year.


6,924 dollars for 9 ladies dancing, the most expensive item on the list.


12 bucks for a partridge, the cheapest item.


5 children believed hidden from society, in squalid row house in York, Pa., without heat or electricity


26 pounds of cocaine worth $1.2 million seized in car in Bensalem, Bucks County.


4 teens rescued from cave in Berks County 20 feet, how far a fan fell from a ledge at Soldier Field in Chicago during yesterday’s Eagles game. He did not survive.


* A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.Is anyone ready to jump off the Michael Vick bandagon? Not me. I still think he’s the Eagles best bet.


Call me a Phanatic:


 


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I Don’t Get It: If I didn’t get Black Friday, I certainly am not going to get Cyber Mondya.


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Today’s Upper: Let’s hear it for Homes for the Holidays, our annual holiday photo package, which is back in its spot on P. 2 of the print edition for the holidays.


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Quote Box: “It’s going to be tough to put this one on the back burner.”


- Michael Vick, after yesterday’s Eagles loss to the Bears.

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