Twelve facts and figures about Sunday night's Eagles-Vikings game:

1. The Eagles are 6-1 in their last seven games. They have scored at least 26 points in each, averaging 34.3 points per game.

2. The Vikings are 30th in the NFL in scoring, averaging 17.4 points per game. The Eagles are second at 29.4 points per game.

3. The Eagles are 8-1 when leading at halftime.

4. The Eagles have averaged over 4.0 yards per carry in each of their 14 games this season, an NFL record to start a season.

5. The improved run game has helped the Eagles in third-and-short situations. They are 70.2 percent on third-and-1 and third-and-2.

6. In the first four games, the Eagles allowed 4.30 yards per carry. Since then, the Eagles have held their past 10 opponents to an average of 3.84 yards per carry. The Eagles' run defense now ranks 11th in the league.

7. The Vikings have hit their share of talented return men. Two weeks ago, it was Detroit's Stefan Logan. Last Monday, it was Chicago's Devin Hester, and Sunday, it's DeSean Jackson. "It's week after week," Minnesota special teams coach Brian Murphy said. "There's always somebody dangerous back there catching the football."

8. Michael Vick is 33rd in the NFL is rushing yardage (16th in the NFC) and tied for ninth in rushing TDs (8).

9. Former Eagles running back Lorenzo Booker returned eight kickoffs for 147 yards against the Bears last Monday. Booker spent the first part of the season in the UFL. "He put together a nice game for himself this past week," Murphy said. "He's elusive in the return. He has home-run type speed."

10. The Eagles lead the NFL with 49 points on their first possession. They are 7-0 in games in which they score on the opening drive.

11. The Eagles have won 22 consecutive regular-season games when they scored 27 or more points.

12. The Eagles can clinch the NFC East with a win or a Giants loss.