1. Can they do it? Last night's win was the Eagles' third in a row and improved their record to 8-5-1. If they win out against Washington and Dallas, they would finish 10-5-1. But they still need either Tampa Bay or Atlanta, who both are 9-5 and ahead of them in the wild-card chase, to lose a game.
2. Red-zone problems. The Eagles got inside the Cleveland 20-yard line a season-high seven times last night, but converted just two of those trips into touchdowns. In their last two games, the Eagles are 2-for-10 in the red zone.
3. Red-hot wide receivers. Eagles wideouts, who combined for just six catches for 74 yards in last week's win over the Giants, had a collective 18 catches for 248 yards and two TDs against the Browns. They were just the second and third TD catches by Eagles wide receivers in the last five games.
4. McNabb back on track. Donovan McNabb completed 26 of 35 passes for 290 yards and two TDs against the Browns. In the Eagles' last three games, he's completed 69.2 percent of his attempts and thrown seven TD passes and just one interception.
5. The giveaways. After not turning the ball over against the Giants, the Eagles had three passes picked off by the Browns. That's 24 giveaways for the season and 15 in their last six games.