Daily Numbers for Tuesday, Nov. 29 (Eagles Edition)

The Daily Numbers: 27-13 loss for the Birds to the Packers on Monday Night Football. Hope you didn’t stay up to watch that dreck.

5-6 record for both the Eagles and Packers. Which do you think has a better shot of making the playoffs?

2-6 record for Eagles after starting the season 3-0.

30 of 39 for 313 yards for Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers.

24 of 36 for 254 yards for Carson Wentz, plus 1 interception.

0 sacks for Eagles defense.

0 turnovers created by Birds’ D.

3 times now Fletcher Cox has been called for crucial roughing the passer penalty. All 3 times it extended opponents drives and all 3 times led to TD.

.5 tackles for Cox last night.

30 points surrendered by Green Bay in each of its previous 4 games.

89 points given up in their last 2 games.

10 of 14 for the Packers on 3rd down.

2 yard catch in the 3rd quarter that for some reason Doug Pederson decided to challenge. It left him with no challenges for the rest of the game.

0 times the Eagles targeted Paul Turner, who was activated and playing in place of the benched Nelson Agholor.

4 scrambles for 33 yards for Wentz

6 for 6 passing for Wentz on Eagles 1st drive, capping it off with 1-yard TD run, diving into the end zone.

5 offensive starters missing for Eagles.

2 for 2 on field goals for Caleb Sturgis, including another 50-yarder.

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Doug Pederson insists the Eagles are still moving in the right direction. Could have fooled us.

I Don’t Get It: Challenging a 2-yard pass gain. Pederson won the battle but lost the war, leaving himself with no more challenges.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Caleb Sturgis. Two more field goals last night, including another 50-yarder. Sturgis has to be listed among top kickers in game.

Quote Box: “A lot of self-inflicted wounds.”

- Doug Pederson after the game.