UP - If he hasn't already, Cox solidified himself as one of the best defensive linemen in the NFL today with another stellar outing. He set a career mark with 61/2 sacks for the season and was a constant disruptive force up front.
UP - Toss his statistics aside. They didn't represent how well he threw the ball. Bradford was on point most of the game, and if it weren't for more drops from his receivers and a questionable effort by Brent Celek on an interception, he would have had better numbers.
DOWN - He had success in the first half, once gaining 24 yards on a single carry. But McCoy, upon his return to Lincoln Financial Field, was kept in check in the second half, gaining only 11 yards on eight rushes.
UP - His catch that set up the winning field goal was clutch. Ertz didn't just settle for converting the third down, though. He broke a tackle and rumbled 41 yards to the Bills 18. Ertz finished with a team-high five catches for 98 yards.
UP - It can't be overstated how important Jones was to the Eagles' success. He averaged 50.4 yards and 43.3 yards net on seven punts and flipped the field a few times. A Jones 52-yard boot resulted in a muffed return attempt. And he also fielded a low snap as the holder on a 45-yard field goal before the half.
DOWN - Mathews played the majority of snaps and took the majority of carries among the Eagles' four running backs, but the touches were almost evenly distributed. Neither Murray nor Mathews did much damage on the ground however, averaging 2.9 and 3.1 yards per carry, respectively.
UP - Sproles received the third-highest number of rushes, but he made the most of them. He averaged 5.9 yards a tote and scored the Eagles' first touchdown. His 28-yard punt return in the fourth quarter went to waste.
UP - It was an up-and-down day for the rookie receiver, but he deserves kudos for snaring a 53-yard touchdown pass - his first in the NFL. Agholor dropped two third-down passes, though.
UP - He connected on all three of his field-goal attempts - including the game-winning 30-yarder - and five of his six kickoffs were touchbacks.
UP - He was late to help when Sammy Watkins caught a 47-yard first-quarter touchdown, but Reynolds made two big plays late. He stopped a scrambling Tyrod Taylor after a short gain and later intercepted the quarterback to seal the game.
UP - The Eagles have found themselves a legitimate starting cornerback, it appears. The rookie may be reluctant to play man-press, but he never let Watkins or any receiver get behind him.
DOWN - The same can't be said of Maxwell, who was burned by Watkins on the touchdown. Robert Woods - his assignment for most of the game, caught five passes for 106 yards.