A touchdown reception, a kickoff return for a score and a late touchdown run.

Patriots running back Dion Lewis had a record-setting game during New England's 34-16 drubbing of the Houston Texans Saturday night, which earned them yet-another spot in the AFC championship game.

Lewis became the first player in the Super Bowl era to score a rushing touchdown, receiving touchdown and kickoff return touchdown in the same postseason game.

At one time, Lewis was a member of the Eagles backfield after being drafted by the team in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Despite showing flashes of ability during his limited opportunities as LeSean McCoy's back-up, Lewis was injury prone and wasn't a great fit for then-head coach Chip Kelly's system with a crowded depth chart that included Bryce Brown and Chris Polk. He was traded to the Browns in 2013 for former linebacker Emmanuel Acho.

Acho, who played off-and-on for the Eagles before ultimately being waived during the 2015 season, took to Twitter after the Patriots game to blast the Eagles for thinking he was worth trading away Lewis for.

"Someone needs to be fired for that," Acho, currently a sports anchor for the Longhorn Network, said. "He's a beast!"

The Patriots are 15-0 when Lewis, who started the season on the physically-unable-to-perform list, is active. Since his return in Week 11, Lewis has averaged 4.4 yards per rush on 64 carries. He's also made 17 catches for 94 yards.

Lewis isn't the only former Eagles contributing to the Patriots' playoff run. 2015 second-round draft pick Eric Rowe, who the Eagles traded before the beginning of the 2016 season, has started at cornerback for New England ever since returning from an ankle injury.

"Eric's continued to get better as he's grown in our system,'' Patriots head coach Bill Belichick told the Boston Globe. "He's done a good job for us."

Here's how Inquirer Eagles reporter Zach Berman summed up the decision to trade away Rowe:

"The Eagles decided that Leodis McKelvin, Nolan Carroll, Ron Brooks, and Jalen Mills were all better to have on the roster this year than Rowe, they made a determination about a contract 2-3 years in advance, and their scheme was not a fit for a player who started for New England this season."