Here are some things to look for when the Eagles visit the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday:
The Eagles' league-worst 35 turnovers are the most the team has had since the 39 they committed in 1999, Andy Reid's first season as head coach. They are on pace to finish with 40, which would be the most in franchise history since the Eagles coughed up 43 in 1991.
Just three games ago, Jason Babin stood at a very respectable 10 sacks. But the Eagles defensive end has eight sacks in his last three games and is three from tying the franchise mark of 21 in a season set by Hall of Famer Reggie White (set in 12 games in 1987) and is 41/2 from matching the NFL record of 221/2 held by the New York Giants' Michael Strahan.
Despite a one-game lull against the Miami Dolphins, the Eagles offensive line has been one of few bright spots this season. Rookies Danny Watkins and Jason Kelce are still having growing pains, but left guard Evan Mathis has been a find, and tackles Jason Peters and Todd Herremans have been pillars at both ends. In pass protection, the Eagles are allowing sacks on only 5.8 percent of pass plays, down from last season's rate of 8.7.
LeSean McCoy broke Steve Van Buren's franchise mark of 18 touchdowns (set in 10 games in 1945) last week. Now he's going after Wilbert Montgomery's team record of 1,512 rushing yards, set in the 1979 season. The third-year running back needs 239 yards in the final two games to pass Montgomery.