Packers-Eagles: The Facts

Philadelphia has won last three against Packers

What: Packers (2-8) vs. Eagles (4-6)

When: 3:15 p.m. (CT) Sunday, Nov. 27

Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa.

All-time regular season: Packers lead 22-11-0

All-time postseason: Eagles lead 2-0.

Standings: Vikings - 2nd place (tied), NFC North. Packers - 4th place, NFC North.

Packers leaders: Offense - Favre, 2,543 passing yards and 18 passing TDs; Ahman Green, 255 rushing yards; Samkon Gado, 3 rushing TDs; Donald Driver, 56 receptions, 794 receiving yards and 5 receiving TDs. Defense - Kampman, 5.5 sacks; Ahmad Carroll and Al Harris, 2 interceptions.

Eagles leaders: Offense – Donovan McNabb, 2,507 passing yards and 16 passing TDs; Brian Westbrook, 480 rushing yards, 2 rushing TDs and 52 receptions; Terrell Owens, 763 receiving yards and 6 receiving TDs. Defense - Jevon Kearse, 7 sacks; Lito Sheppard, 3 interceptions.

Packers team rank: Rushing Offense - 70.3 yards per game (31st in NFL); Passing Offense - 246.8 ypg (8th); Total Offense - 317.1 ypg (19th). Rushing Defense - 114.9 ypg (19th); Passing Defense - 187.4 ypg (8th); Total Defense - 302.3 ypg (10th).

Eagles team rank: Rushing Offense - 75.6 yards per game (30th); Passing Offense - 283.7 ypg (1st); Total Offense - 359.3 ypg (8th). Rushing Defense - 111.7 ypg (16th); Passing Defense - 222.2 ypg (24th); Total Defense - 333.9 ypg (27th).

Road/home records: Eagles – 3-1 at home; Packers - 1-4 on road.

Packers-Eagles series: The two teams first met in 1933, Philadelphia's inaugural year in the NFL. … The Eagles have won the last three games against the Packers, including the playoffs. … Philadelphia has won the last seven at home, including the playoffs. … Philadelphia was the only team to defeat Vince Lombardi in a postseason game, 17-13, at Franklin Field in Philadelphia in 1960.

Last meeting: Dec. 5, 2004; Eagles, 47-17. At Philadelphia, McNabb threw for a career-high five touchdowns - all in the first half - and finished with a team-record 464 yards passing.

Streaks and notes: Packers - Including a loss in the 2003 NFC Divisional playoffs, QB Favre is 4-6 career against Philadelphia, including 0-4 on the road. ... WR Driver has a streak of 58 games with at least one reception, tying the third-longest stretch in Packers history. ... The Packers ran for just 21 yards on 14 carries in Monday's loss to the Vikings. The last time Green Bay had fewer yards rushing was 1956 against the Baltimore Colts, when they had 20 yards on 18 attempts.

Eagles - Philadelphia is 6-0 against NFC North teams since the divisions realigned in 2002. ... The Eagles have won seven straight home games against Green Bay since 1962. ... Philadelphia has already allowed more points in 10 games than it did all last year, excluding the meaningless regular-season finale in which the starters sat out.

Line: Eagles by 4.5 points.

Next up: Chicago Bears, Dec. 4 (Noon, CT) at Soldier Field, Chicago, IL


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