UPSIDE-DOWN GAME PLAN

Last time they played, the Eagles had 36 passes and 21 runs against the Giants. They completely reversed that yesterday, rushing almost 56 percent of the time. Even more, Brian Westbrook's touches almost hit 64 percent, a number he hit often last season but hasn't approached in 2008. His 39 touches were 11 more than his previous high this season, which occured in the win over the Falcons.

YESTERDAY

Runs: 41

55.5%

Passes: 30

41.7%

Sacks: 1

THIS SEASON

Runs: 341

39.6%

Passes: 501

58.1%

Sacks: 19

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LEADER OF THE PACK IN YARDS GAINED

Brian Westbrook became the all-time franchise leader in total yards gained from scrimmage, pulling ahead of Harold Carmichael in 84 fewer games. Counting returns, he has scored 66 touchdowns, fourth in franchise history behind Harold Carmichael (79), Steve Van Buren (77) and Tommy McDonald (67).

Yds Player G Touches Yds/G TDs

9085 Westbrook 96 1596 94.3 64

9042 Carmichael 180 598 50.2 79

8985 Wilbert Montgomery 100 1731 89.9 57

7408 Pete Retzlaff 132 458 56.1 47

7305 Duce Staley 98 1475 74.5 32

7049 Timmy Brown 96 1081 73.4 55

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QB, TEs GETTING TIGHT

L.J. Smith's six catches ranked among his 10 biggest days as a receiver. He has caught nine passes twice, seven passes three times, and six passes four times. Meanwhile, the Eagles have started to find their tight end with more frequency, as you can see below.

Gm Rec-Yds-TDs Leader (Rec-Yds-TDs)

1 7-54-1 L.J. Smith (5-39-1)

2 2-29-0 Brent Celek (1-19-0)

3 0-0-0 --

4 3-21-0 Celek (3-21-0)

5 3-26-0 Smith (3-26-0)

6 1-2-1 Smith (1-2-1)

7 4-57-0 Smith (2-29-0)

8 8-141-0 Celek (6-131-0)

9 3-36-0 Smith (3-36-0)

10 6-40-1 Celek (3-25-0)

11 4-29-0 Celek (3-26-0)

12 4-38-0 Smith (3-32-0)

13 6-44-0 Smith (6-44-0)

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ONE TD PASS DOES IT AGAIN

Donovan McNabb played in the Meadowland for his seventh time since he began the season as the full-time starter in 2000. He improved to 4-3 with yesterday's win, despite never throwing more than one touchdown in any of his games there.

Date W-L Comp-Att-Yds TDs INTs

10/29/00 L, 24-7 10-31-129 1 1

1/7/01* L, 20-10 20-41-181 1 1

10/22/01 W, 10-9 15-26-154 1 1

10/19/03 W, 14-10 9-23-64 0 1

11/28/04 W, 27-6 18-27-244 1 0

9/30/07 L, 16-3 15-31-138 0 0

12/7/08 W, 20-14 19-30-191 1 0

* 2000 divisional playoff round

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DAVID BECOMING GOLIATH

David Akers is closing in several personal and team records, despite the two kicks he had blocked yesterday. He needs five more to beat the franchise record of 30, which he shares with Paul McFadden.

Yr. FGM-FGA Pct. 50-plus

2008 26-30 81.3 1 for 4

2007 24-32 75.0 1 for 4

2006 18-23 78.3 0 for 0

2005 16-22 72.7 1 for 2

2004 27-32 84.4 2 for 3

2003 24-29 82.8 2 for 3

2002 30-34 88.2 1 for 2

2001 26-31 83.9 2 for 3

2000 29-33 87.9 1 for 1

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6 MORE NUMBERS

0 Catches for WR DeSean Jackson, the first time he has been shut out in his rookie season

2 Wins for Eagles despite having a field goal right before halftime blocked and returned for a TD

11 Games since WR Kevin Curtis had a reception for more than 30 yards; his 32-yarder yesterday was his longest since a 47-yarder last Dec. 2 vs. the Seahawks

12 Times in Brian Westbrook's career that he has scored TDs rushing and receiving in the same game

22 First downs in the Eagles' last 33 attempts on third down

88 Yards rushing by the Giants, their third-lowest total of the season