* For the 11th time this season, the Eagles failed to score more than two offensive touchdowns. Last year, it only happened five times.
* Donovan McNabb's 19-yard, third-and-12 completion to Reggie Brown in the fourth quarter was only the fourth time in 46 attempts this season that the quarterback has converted a third down of 10 yards or more.
* Kevin Curtis, with his fumble recovery for a touchdown, set an NFL record by recovering fumbles for touchdowns in consecutive games. Only two other players have recovered fumbles for touchdowns in the same season - Buffalo's Ahmad Rashad in 1974, and Green Bay's Del Rodgers in 1982.
* Even with the help of a 56-point game against the Lions in Week 3, the Eagles scored just 336 points this season. That's the third lowest total of the Andy Reid era, surpassing only the 310 they scored in '05 and the 272 they put up in Reid's first year in '99.
* McNabb finished with just 19 touchdowns in 473 attempts, for a 4.02 touchdown percentage. That's his lowest TD percentage since '03 (3.34) and second lowest in the last seven seasons.
* McNabb was sacked once every 11.75 pass plays this season. That's the most frequent since his rookie season, when he averaged a sack every 8.71 pass plays.
* The Eagles haven't given up a touchdown pass in the last 13 quarters. They allowed 16 all season, which is the third fewest of the Reid era.
* The Eagles had 30 scoring drives of nine plays or more this season. Thirteen resulted in touchdowns, 17 in field goals.
* The Eagles ran the ball on 40.2 percent of their offensive plays this season (421 of 1,047 plays). That's 1.9 percent less than last year (416 of 988 plays).
* Eagles tight ends caught just 49 passes for 522 yards and three touchdowns this season. Last year, they caught 64 for 825 yards and seven touchdowns.
* The Eagles had three receivers with at least 60 receptions this season - Brian Westbrook (90), Kevin Curtis (77) and Reggie Brown (61). It's the first time they've had three with 60-plus catches since 1984 (John Spagnola, Mike Quick and Wilbert Montgomery).
* Nine of Brown's 61 catches were for 20 or more yards. Last year, despite having 15 fewer receptions, he had 15 20-plus yard catches. Eagles wideouts had 31 catches of 20 yards or more this season, including five against the Bills. Last year, they had 39.
- Paul Domowitch