Who cares what kind of game he had? This was probably the last time the legendary safety will play at the Linc, and he deserves all the accolades he received this week.
The rookie receiver made the diving catch that saved the game in the final minute. He also finished with six catches for 92 yards in his return from a foot injury.
The tight end had a huge first half, pulling in a one-handed 31-yard catch to set up a field goal and catching a 47-yard touchdown pass. The TD was the longest catch of his career.
It wasn't his best game of the season, but he did score a touchdown and drew a 41-yard pass-interference call that set up a third-quarter TD.
The Eagles' No. 3 receiver showed incredible concentration in catching a 15-yard touchdown pass that put the Eagles up by 17 points in the third quarter.
He's an Eagles wide receiver, too, you
The quarterback wasn't at his best during the Broncos' rally, but he finished with 322 passing yards and a victory.
The rookie safety committed a crucial penalty and also lost a fumble, making this game much more interesting than it needed to be.
The defensive end recovered a second fumble by Harris on a kickoff or it could have been a really disastrous day for the rookie.
After the game got uncomfortably close and Denver took over in Eagles territory, the defensive end delivered a sack for a 6-yard loss and a tackle for a 2-yard loss on consecutive plays, leading to a punt.
Playing on a bum left ankle, the cornerback ended that series by breaking up a deep pass intended for Brandon Marshall.
The cornerback came up with his ninth interception of the season to thwart a third-quarter Denver drive. The nine picks are tied with Bill Bradley and two others for the second most in franchise history.
No matter what the veteran running back did yesterday, it was a victory for him to be back on the field.
The rookie running back had to share time with Westbrook, but he still made his share of big plays, including a 39-yard screen pass that set up the Eagles' first touchdown.
The Eagles defensive end single-handedly ended the Broncos' first two offensive series with pressure on quarterback Kyle Orton. The first time he forced an incompletion and the second time he came up with a sack.
The one Eagles offensive lineman who hadn't missed time this season had to leave the game in the first quarter with an injury to his left knee.
The Broncos defensive end set a franchise record with his 16th sack of the season, dropping McNabb in the opening quarter. He added his 17th sack in the final quarter.
Elvis left the offensive tackle's block and took the air out of the building with a first-quarter sack of McNabb that also resulted in a fumble and Eagles turnover.
The back judge ejected Denver wide receiver Brandon Stokley in the first quarter, but the entire episode was triggered by Prukop's missed call. Eagles linebacker Will Witherspoon should have been flagged for pass interference on the play. He also botched an illegal-hands-to-the-face call that gave the Eagles a first down in the third quarter.