1:00 PM ET, October 26, 2008
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
PHILADELPHIA -- Brian Westbrook's name popped up more in the Eagles' injuries reports lately than the postgame stat sheet.
Picking up his 32nd and 33rd career rushing TDs Sunday, Brian Westbrook passed Ricky Watters and Randall Cunningham for third-most in Eagles history.
|Steve Van Buren||69|
• The Eagles improved to 10-0 under coach Andy Reid in games following a bye week.
• Brian Westbrook rushed for a career-high 167 yards and two scores. Westbrook now has 33 career rush TDs, putting him third in Philadelphia history. Westbrook also went over 5,000 career rushing yards, joining Steve Van Buren and Wilbert Montgomery as the only Eagles to reach that milestone
• Including the playoffs, Philadelphia has now won five straight home games against Atlanta.
-- ESPN research
Reid won his 100th career game. ... Eagles WR Kevin Curtis, who not played this season because of a sports hernia, returned and caught three passes for 45 yards. ... The Eagles won their 500th game, counting the postseason.
Team Stat Comparison
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||4.8||6.4|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|TD||08:56||Roddy White 55 Yd Pass From Matt Ryan (Jason Elam Kick)||7||0|
|TD||02:25||Donovan Mcnabb 3 Yd Run (David Akers Kick)||7||7|
|FG||00:00||David Akers 36 Yd||7||10|
|TD||10:24||Brian Westbrook 16 Yd Run (David Akers Kick)||7||17|
|FG||07:57||David Akers 18 Yd||7||20|
|TD||03:55||Roddy White 8 Yd Pass From Matt Ryan (Jason Elam Kick)||14||20|
|TD||01:51||Brian Westbrook 39 Yd Run (David Akers Kick)||14||27|