Here is Domo's report card for the Eagles-Titans game. You can give your grades by clicking here.
RUSHING OFFENSE: LeSean McCoy rushed for 100-plus yards for the third time in the last six games, putting up 130 on 21 carries against an admittedly bad Tennessee run defense. McCoy and Darren Sproles both had rushing touchdowns.
PASSING OFFENSE: The good news is Mark Sanchez completed 69.8 percent of his passes and threw for 300-plus yards for the third straight week. The bad news is he threw two more interceptions, which brings his turnover total to eight in 15 quarters since replacing Nick Foles. He made some terrific throws and some butt-ugly ones. Jordan Matthews and Jeremy Maclin combined for 12 catches and 136 yards.
RUN DEFENSE: Even without run-stopping inside linebacker DeMeco Ryans, the Eagles continue to be strong against the run. They held the Titan to 2.7 yards per carry. Over the last six games, they've allowed 89.7 yards per game on the ground and just 3.6 yards per carry. Their front three is as good against the run as any 3-4 front in the league.
PASS DEFENSE: The Eagles continue to give up big passing plays. Linebacker Emmanuel Acho gave up a 68-yard catch to Titans tight end Delanie Walker, and the secondary gave up a 40-yard touchdown pass to Justin Hunter. The Eagles did have five sacks and a pick, but cornerback Bradley Fletcher continues to struggle.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Josh Huff had a game-opening 107-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Cody Parkey made five of six field goal attempts, including a 50-yarder. The Eagles gave up an early 44-yard kickoff return to Leon Washington, but otherwise did a good job in put and kick coverage.
OVERALL: The Eagles bounced back from their ugly loss to Green Bay with double-digit win. But they continue to turn the ball over, continue to falter in the red zone and continue to give up big up passing plays. You can do those things against a bad team like Tennessee and survive. You can't do them against the Cowboys.