The Daily Numbers for Monday, Nov. 28

The Daily Numbers: 8:30 kickoff in South Philly tonight. Yes, the Eagles are back on Monday Night Football vs. the Packers.

240 acres of the pristine Beaver Valley in Concord that has been spared from the developer’s bulldozers.

11 a.m. press conference to make the official announcement.

0 tax hike being planned in the preliminary budget for Brookhaven.

3 counts of arson, what former volunteer firefighter John Corcoran pleaded guilty to last week.

28 years in prison, what he’s already been sentenced to for child sex assault and related crimes.

7 new names that now appear on the Upper Darby High School Wall of Fame.

5 million dollar project to replace College Avenue bridge in Haverford, which will start Tuesday, according to PennDOT.

42 feet wide and 58 feet long, size of the new span.

2 11-foot travel lanes.

5 foot shoulder on west side; 2 foot shoulder on east side.

, when the existing span was constructed.

4,637 vehicles that use the span every day.

1 winning ticket drawn in that $421 million Powerball jackpot Saturday night.

1 ticket worth $1 million sold in Pa.

1.3 cent dip in price of gas at the pumps in Pa. last week.

2.31 average price we’re paying.

4 straight losses for the Packers coming in tonight’s game vs. Eagles.

4-0 record for the Eagles at home this year.

5-3 win for the Flyers over the Flames last night.

29 saves for rookie goaltender 22-year-old Anthony Stolarz.

112-108 win for the Cavs vs. the Sixers last night.

39 points for Kyrie Irving.

22 points for Joel Embiid

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Huge thumb’s up for Merrill Reese. The longtime Eagles announcer will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame tonight. Well done, Merill.

I Don’t Get It: Anyone else think Wawa parking lots just might be the most dangerous places in Delco?

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Avery Graham, the Trainer youth who is raising money to help a borough officer battling cancer.

Quote Box: “Ethnic intimidation is unacceptable. It’s not going to happen in Upper Darby.”

- Top Cop Mike Chitwood, after an arrest in a road-rage incident that escalated.