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          EAGLES 2008 SCHEDULE                                                                              GAME #3
                                                                                                   SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2008
PRESEASON (2-2)
Day        Date                               Opponent                           Time
Friday     August 8                           @ Steelers                     L, 10-16
Thursday
Friday
           August 14
           August 22
                                              PANTHERS
                                              @ Patriots
                                                                             W, 24-13
                                                                             W, 27-17
                                                                                                    PITTSBURGH STEELERS (2-0)
Thursday   August 28                          JETS                           L, 20-27

REGULAR SEASON (1-1)
Day        Date                               Opponent                           Time
                                                                                                                                   AT
Sunday     September 7                        RAMS                            W, 38-3
Monday     September 15                       @ Cowboys                       L, 37-41
Sunday     September 21                       STEELERS                       4:15 PM
Sunday
Sunday
           September 28
           October 5
                                              @ Bears
                                              REDSKINS
                                                                             8:15 PM
                                                                             1:00 PM            PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (1-1)
                                                                                             LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD 4:15 PM
Sunday     October 12                         @ 49ers                        4:15 PM
Sunday     October 19                         BYE                                 BYE
Sunday     October 26                         FALCONS                        1:00 PM
Sunday
Sunday
           November 2
           November 9
                                              @ Seahawks
                                              GIANTS
                                                                             4:15 PM
                                                                             8:15 PM
                                                                                                        THIS WEEK’S MATCHUP
Sunday     November 16                        @ Bengals                      1:00 PM        The Eagles host cross-state rival Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time
Sunday     November 23                        @ Ravens                       1:00 PM        since 1997. Both teams are coming off of prime-time games, with the
Thursday   November 27                        CARDINALS                      8:00 PM        Eagles losing to the Cowboys on Monday Night Football, 41-37, and
Sunday     December 7                         @ Giants                       1:00 PM        the Steelers defeating the Browns on Sunday night, 10-6. Head
Monday     December 15                        BROWNS                         8:30 PM        coach Andy Reid looks to improve his record to 6-2 against the AFC
Sunday     December 21                        @ Redskins                     1:00 PM        North, as he faces Steelers coach Mike Tomlin for the first time. The
Sunday     December 28                        COWBOYS                        1:00 PM        Eagles have won 7 straight games against the Steelers at home, their
                                                                                            last loss coming on 10/24/65, 20-14.
POSTSEASON
Wild Card Playoff Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jan. 3-4                     MAKING HIS MARK
Divisional Playoff Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jan. 10-11    QB Donovan McNabb is 1 TD
                                                                                                                             ACTIVE QBs WHO LEAD A TEAM’S ALL-
AFC/NFC Championship Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jan. 18           shy of surpassing Ron
                                                                                                                                 TIME CAREER PASSING TD LIST
Super Bowl 43, Tampa, FL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Feb. 1    Jaworski for the franchise
AFC-NFC Pro Bowl, Honolulu, HI (Aloha Stadium) . . . . . . . . . .Feb. 8                    lead in career TD passes. Quarterback              Team           TDs
                      (All times Eastern Time)                                              Should McNabb eclipse Brett Favre                  Green Bay *    442
                                                                                            Jaworski’s mark of 175, he Peyton Manning Indianapolis 307
        RADIO AND TV COVERAGE                                                               would become the 4th play- Tom Brady               New England 197
                                                                                            er in the NFL to hold sole Mark Brunell            Jacksonville * 144
             TELEVISION                                  LOCAL RADIO
                                                                                            possession of his team’s TD Jake Delhomme          Carolina        98
             CBS Sports                                 WYSP-FM (94.1)                                                      David Carr         Houston *       59
                                                                                            record. He would also lead
            Play-by-Play:                                WIP-AM (610)                                                       *not current team
                                                                                            the Eagles in 2 of the 4 major
              Jim Nantz                                  Play-by-Play:
                                                                                            passing categories (atts., yds., cmps., TDs), joining Brett Favre and
           Color Analysts:                               Merrill Reese
                                                                                            Peyton Manning as the only active quarterbacks to currently lead a
             Phil Simms                                  Color Analyst:
                                                                                            franchise in more than one of the four major career passing cate-
                                                          Mike Quick
                                                                                            gories. Favre leads the Packers in all four, as does Manning with the
                                                       Sideline Reporter:
                                                                                            Colts. McNabb and Manning would be the only QBs to have accom-
                                                         Howard Eskin
                                                                                            plished this feat with their current teams.*

                       CENTURY CLUB                                                         *note: This lists excludes expansion franchises who have only been in existence since
                                                                                            1996 (Ravens, Panthers, Jaguars, Texans).
With a 97-63 overall record, Andy Reid needs 3 wins to reach 100                                            EAGLES ALL-TIME CAREER PASSING LEADERS
for his career. In doing so, Reid would become the...                                       Player                      Attempts       Player                             TDs
• 37th head coach and 7th active head coach in NFL history with 100                         Ron Jaworski                    3,918      Donovan McNabb                     175
  overall wins (Mike Holmgren, Mike Shanahan, Bill Belichick, Tony                          Donovan McNabb                 3,802       Ron Jaworski                       175
  Dungy, Jeff Fisher, Tom Coughlin)                                                         Player                   Completions       Player                            Wins
• 22nd coach to win 100 games with one team                                                 Donovan McNabb                  2,235      Donovan McNabb                      74
                                                                                            Ron Jaworski                   2,088       Ron Jaworski                        69
• 17th coach to win 100 games in his first stint as a head coach
                                                                                            Player                          Yards
                                                                                            Ron Jaworski                  26,963
                                                                                            Donovan McNabb                26,046
                                             OPPONENT INFORMATION
        A LOOK AT THE COACHES                                                   HOW THEY STACK UP IN 2008
Andy Reid is one of the most successful head coaches in recent NFL          EAGLES (NFL Rank)                      STEELERS (NFL Rank)
history ... During his tenure, Reid has earned NFL coach of the year            37.5 (2nd)       Points Per Game         24.0 (t-9th)
honors twice (2000, 2002) ... Compiled the best win total (97), and            429.5 (3rd)         Total Offense         293.0 (23rd)
playoff victory total (8) in team history ... Has captured five division       93.0 (20th)       Rushing Offense          150.0 (8th)
titles, four trips to the NFC Championship game, and a Super Bowl               336.5 (1st)      Passing Offense         143.0 (25th)
appearance (2004) ... Since he was hired in 1999, no other franchise          22.0 (t-18th)  Points Allowed Per Game      11.5 (t-5th)
has earned more divisional playoff round appearances (6) than                  273.0 (11th)       Total Defense           221.0 (4th)
Philadelphia ... Among coaches with 100 games under their belt,                 52.0 (1st)       Rushing Defense          64.0 (3rd)
Reid’s .606 winning pct. is 18th in NFL history and fourth among              221.0 (22nd)       Passing Defense          157.0 (9th)
active coaches ... With 9 seasons under his belt in Philadelphia,              50.0 (t-4th)    3rd Down Offense %         40.9 (14th)
Reid is tied for 3rd with Seattle’s Mike Holmgren for NFL head                 28.57 (5th)     3rd Down Defense %        40.0 (t-21st)
coaching tenure with the same team (Tennesee’s Jeff Fisher, 14;                  +1 (t-7th)       Turnover Ratio           +4 (2nd)
Denver’s Mike Shanahan, 13).
                                                                                                        SERIES HIGHLIGHTS
                            HEAD-TO-HEAD
                                                                            •   Overall Series: Eagles lead 46-27-3
     Andy Reid                                         Mike Tomlin
                                                                            •   Current Streak: Steelers have won 1
    89-57 (.610)     Regular Season Record (pct.)       12-6 (.667)
                                                                            •   Reid at home: 45-28 (regular season)
        8-6                 Playoff Record                  0-1
                                                                            •   Reid vs. Steelers: 1-1 (regular season)
       10th          Year as head coach with team          2nd
                                                                            •   Reid at home vs. Steelers: Has never played the Steelers at home
       10th             Year as NFL head coach             2nd
                                                                            •   Reid vs. Tomlin: The two have never coached against each other
Mike Tomlin is in his second season as head coach of the Steelers ...       •   Reid vs. the AFC: 20-16 (regular season)
Earned an AFC North division title in his first season in Pittsburgh,       •   Reid vs. AFC North: 5-2 (regular season)
but suffered a loss in the Wild Card round to the Jacksoville Jaguars       •   Reid vs. AFC North at home: 2-1 (regular season)
... Previously Served as the Minnesota Vikings defensive coordina-          •   First matchup: 11/19/33 - a 25-6 Eagles win in Phi.
tor in 2006 under head coach and former Eagles offensive coordina-          •   Last matchup: 11/7/04 - a 27-3 Steelers win in Pit.
tor Brad Childress.                                                         •   Last Eagles victory : 11/12/00 - a 26-23 OT win in Pit.

        NOTABLE CONNECTIONS                                                      APPROACHING MILESTONES
COACHES CORNER: Eagles Secondary coach Sean McDermott was                  FS BRIAN DAWKINS
college teammates with Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin. The two
                                                                           • With 169 games played, can move past Chuck Bednarik this week
played together at William and Mary in 1994, McDermott as a safety
                                                                             for 2nd-most games played in franchise history. He trails only
and Tomlin as a wide receiver. Eagles wide receiver coach David
                                                                             Harold Carmichael (180)
Culley coached the Steelers wide receivers from 1996-98. Eagles
defensive line coach Pete Jenkins coached with Steelers assistant          • Has 99 career wins (91 regular season, 8 postseason)
head coach/defensive line coach John Mitchell at LSU from 1987-90.         • Needs 1 INT to tie Eric Allen and Bill Bradley (34 INTs) for the fran-
Eagles offensive assistant Mark Whipple was the QBs coach for the            chise lead, and 47 return yds. to pass Bradley for the club record
Steelers from 2004-06, where he worked with current QB Ben                 WR DeSEAN JACKSON
Roethlisberger.                                                            • Can become the first rookie in NFL history to have 3 straight 100-
Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau was an assistant with             yd. receiving games to start his career
the Eagles from 1973-75. Assistant head coach/defensive line coach         QB DONOVAN McNABB
John Mitchell was a defensive backs coach at Temple in 1986.
                                                                           • Needs 1 TD pass to move past Ron Jaworski (175) as the franchise
Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians was the head coach at Temple
                                                                             leader in that category
from 1983-88.
                                                                           RB BRIAN WESTBROOK
TRAINED IN THE ‘BURGH: Eagles head athletic trainer Rick
Burkholder is known as one of the NFL’s best. He joined the Eagles         • Trails Wilbert Montgomery (348) by 1 point for 13th place in team
in 1999 after six seasons with the Steelers. Burkholder designed a           history. He also trails Montgomery (58) by 1 TD for 7th place in
rehab program in 1995 for former Steelers CB Rod Woodson after he            team history
suffered a torn ACL on opening day. Four-and-a-half months after           • With 30 rushing TDs, needs 1 more to tie Ricky Watters for 4th and
surgery, Woodson returned to play in Super Bowl XXX (the normal              2 more to tie Randall Cunningham for 3rd place in team history
rehabilitation time is 9-12 months). Prior to his stint with the           • Needs 9 recepts. to pass Mike Quick for 5th place in team history
Steelers, Burkholder spent two seasons at the University of                  with 364, and 3 TD recepts. to tie Fred Barnett for 10th with 28
Pittsburgh, his alma mater.                                                CB LITO SHEPPARD
FORMER EAGLE: Steelers punter Mitch Berger was originally drafted          • With 460 career INT return yds., trails Eric Allen (482), Brian
by the Eagles in the sixth round (193rd overall) of the 1994 NFL Draft.      Dawkins (490) and Bill Bradley (536) among Eagles all-time
A PITT PANTHER: Eagles G Mike McGlynn was drafted in 2008 out of           DE TRENT COLE
the University of Pittsburgh.
                                                                           • With 2.0 sacks, will tie Darwin Walker for 14th in team history with
                                                                             27.5 sacks
                     ALL-TIME RESULTS VS. PITTSBURGH
1930-1939 (6-7 RECORD)                            1960-1969 (10-5-2)
Date           Location          Result     Date           Location                  Result
11-19-33       Phila           W, 25-6      11-06-60       Phila                    W, 34-7
9-26-34        Pit              W, 17-0     12-11-60       Pit                     L, 21-27
10-07-34       Phila              L, 7-9    10-08-61       Phila                  W, 21-16
9-13-35        Phila             L, 7-17    12-03-61       Pit                    W, 35-24
10-09-35       Pit              W, 17-6     10-06-62       Pit                       L, 7-13
10-14-36       Pit              L, 0-17     12-09-62       Phila                   L, 17-26
11-05-36       Johnstown,PA       L, 0-6    9-15-63        Phila                   T, 21-21
9-05-37        Pit             L, 14-27     12-01-63       Pit                    T, 20-20
10-31-37       Pit              L, 7-16     10-04-64       Phila                    W, 21-7
9-16-38        Buffalo          W, 27-7     10-25-64       Pit                    W, 34-10
11-20-38       Charleston,WV    W, 14-7     10-24-65       Phila                   L, 14-20
11-23-39       Phila           W, 17-14     12-12-65       Pit                    W, 47-13
11-26-39       Pit             L, 12-24     10-16-66       Pit                    W, 31-14
                                            12-04-66       Phila                  W, 27-23
       1940-1949 (12-4-1)                   10-01-67       Phila                  W, 34-24
Date           Location          Result     10-27-68       Pit                        L, 3-6
11-10-40       Pit                L, 3-7    9-28-69        Phila                  W, 41-27
11-28-40
9-21-41
               Phila
               Pit
                                 W, 7-0
                                W, 10-7                SINCE 1970 (6-3)
11-09-41       Phila               T, 7-7   Date           Location              Result
9-13-42        Pit             W, 24-14     12-20-70       Phila              W, 30-20
10-18-42       Phila             L, 0-14    11-03-74       Pit                  L, 0-27
11-04-45       Pit              W, 45-3     9-30-79        Phila               W, 17-14
11-18-45       Phila            W, 30-6     11-13-88       Pit                W, 27-26
11-17-46       Pit               L, 7-10    9-22-91        Phila              W, 23-14
12-01-46       Phila            W, 10-7     12-11-94       Pit                  L, 3-14
10-19-47       Pit             L, 24-35     11-23-97       Phila              W, 23-20
11-30-47       Phila            W, 21-0     11-12-00       Pit            W, 26-23 (OT)
12-21-47 - d   Pit              W, 21-0     11-07-04       Pit                  L, 3-27
10-31-48       Pit              W, 34-7
11-28-48       Phila            W, 17-0                     Overall: 46-27-3
10-30-49       Pit              W, 38-7                      Home: 24-8-2
11-27-49       Phila           W, 34-17                      Road: 22-19-1
                                                              Playoffs: 1-0
           1950-1959 (12-8)
Date           Location           Result                   d - Division Playoff
10-22-50       Pit             W, 17-10
11-05-50       Phila               L, 7-9
11-04-51       Pit             W, 34-13
11-25-51       Phila            L, 13-17
9-28-52        Pit             W, 31-25
10-12-52       Phila           W, 26-21
10-17-53       Phila           W, 23-17
11-01-53       Pit               W, 35-7
10-09-54       Phila           W, 24-22
10-23-54       Pit                L, 7-17
10-15-55       Pit                L, 7-13
10-30-55       Phila            W, 24-0
10-14-56       Pit             W, 35-21
11-11-56       Phila             W, 14-7
10-27-57       Pit                 L, 0-6
12-01-57       Phila              W, 7-6
10-12-58       Pit               L, 3-24
11-09-58       Phila            L, 24-31
10-11-59       Phila           W, 28-24
11-29-59       Pit               L, 0-31
                                                    EAGLES BIRDSEED
              BIG RED’S MACHINE                                                                 THE PERFECT 10
Andy Reid is now in his 10th season with the Eagles and has been          There have been 18 NFL’S CURRENT LONGEST-TENURED COACHES
one of the most successful head coaches in the NFL during that span.      instances in NFL his-
Reid has recorded the highest win total and pct. in team history and      tory when a first- Rank Coach                      Team          Years
also ranks 18th on the NFL’s all-time win pct. list.                      time head coach has 1         Jeff Fisher          Titans            15
                                                                                                 2      Mike Shanahan        Broncos          14
REID ALL ABOUT IT                                                         lasted into his 10th
                                                                                                 3t     Andy Reid            Eagles           10
• Captured 5 division titles in                                           year with the same
                                        NFL’S TOP ALL-TIME WIN %                                 3t     Mike Holmgren        Seahawks         10
  7 years, including 4 consec-                                            club. Andy Reid is 4          Bill Belichick       Patriots           9
                                           MINIMUM 100 GAMES
  utive division titles (2001-                                            one of those 18
                                 Coach                  Record     Pct.   coaches and is one of 2 active coaches to have done so.
  04), 4 trips to the NFC
                                 Vince Lombardi         105-35-6   .750   Head Coach       Tenure                  Team           Overall Record
  Championship game, the
                                 John Madden            112-39-7   .730
  most playoff wins (8) in club                                           Curly Lambeau 29 yrs. (1921-49)          Green Bay          212-106-21
                                 George Allen           118-54-5   .686
  history and led the team to George Halas              324-151-31 .682
                                                                          Tom Landry       29 yrs. (1960-88)       Dallas              270-178-6
  its first Super Bowl appear- Blanton Collier          79-38-2    .675   Chuck Noll       23 yrs. (1969-91)       Pittsburgh          209-156-1
  ance since 1980. He was Don Shula                     347-173-6 .667    Steve Owen       23 yrs. (1931-53)       NY Giants          153-108-17
  named NFL coach of the George Seifert                 124-67     .649   Bud Grant        17 yrs. (1967-83)       Minnesota            161-99-5
  year following the 2000 and Tony Dungy                137-75     .646   Bill Cowher      15 yrs. (1992-2006) Pittsburgh                161-99-1
  2002 seasons.                  Curly Lambeau          229-134-22 .631   Jeff Fisher      15 yrs. (1994- pres.) Hou./Tenn.              122-104
• Since 2000, has engineered Joe Gibbs                  171-101    .629   Paul Brown       13 yrs. (1950-62)       Cleveland             115-49-5
  92 wins (including play- Bill Belichick               144-85     .629   Dan Reeves       12 yrs. (1981-92)       Denver                117-79-1
  offs), the third-highest total Bill Cowher            161-99-1   .619   Joe Gibbs        12 yrs. (1981-92)       Washington           140-65-0
  in the NFL behind only Bill    Bill Walsh             102-63-1   .617   Mike Ditka       11 yrs. (1982-92)       Chicago                 112-68
  Belichick and Tony Dungy.      Paul Brown             170-108-6 .612    Jim Mora         11 yrs. (1986-96)       New Orleans              93-78
                                 Bud Grant              168-108-5 .609    Andy Reid        10 yrs. (1999-pres.) Philadelphia                97-63
• Since 1990, only six of the Mike Shanahan             148-95     .609
  73 first-time head coaches Potsy Clark                                  Dennis Green     10 yrs. (1992-2001) Minnesota                   101-70
                                                        65-42-12   .607   Greasy Neale     10 yrs.(1941-50)        Philadelphia          66-44-5
  remained with their original Andy Reid                97-63      .606
  team for 8-or-more years: Greasy Neale                                  John Madden      10 yrs.(1969-78)        Oakland               112-39-7
                                                        61-40-4    .604
  Reid (since 1999), Brian Mike Holmgren                                  George Halas     10 yrs. (1920-29)       Chicago              84-31-19
                                                        170-112    .603
  Billick (1999-2007 with Tom Landry                                      Bill Walsh       10 yrs. (1979-88)       San Francisco        102-63-1
                                                        270-178-6 .601    bold – active coach
  Bal.), Jeff Fisher (since 1994 bold – active coach
  with Ten.), Bill Cowher note: records include playoff games
  (1992-2006 with Pit.), note: prior to 1972, tie games were not calcu-    REID’S COACHING TREE GROWS
                                 lated in winning percentages
  Dennis Green (1992-2001                                                 Over the years, Andy Reid has done a tremendous job of putting
  with Min.), and Tom Coughlin (1995-2002 with Jax.).                     together his coaching staff, understanding that having effective
                   REID’S CAREER NFL HIGHLIGHTS                           assistant coaches is integral to the success of a football team. He has
 Date        Opp.     Score W/L Highlight                                 also imparted his knowledge of the game to his assistants. Many of
 9/12/99     Arz.     24-25  L First game as NFL head coach               Reid’s assistant coaches are highly regarded around the league, and
 10/10/99    Dal.     13-10  W First win as NFL head coach                a handful have used their experience under Reid as a stepping stone
 11/26/00    at Was.  23-20 W Clinched first winning season               to become a head coach or coordinator elsewhere.
 12/10/00    at Cle.  35-24 W Clinched first playoff berth                    FORMER EAGLES ASSISTANT COACHES WHO WERE PROMOTED TO
 12/31/00    TB       21-3   W First playoff victory                                HEAD COACH OR COORDINATOR OF OTHER TEAMS
 12/15/03    at Mia.  34-27 W 50th regular season win
 12/5/04     GB       47-17  W Passed Greasy Neale (66) for               Coach           Current Team                    Years                    Position
                                most wins in franchise history            Brad Childress    Minnesota                 2006-pres.                Head Coach
 1/23/05     Atl.     27-10  W NFC Championship win                       John Harbaugh      Baltimore                2008-pres.                Head Coach
 2/6/05      NE       21-24  L First Super Bowl appearance as             Steve Spagnuolo    NY Giants                2007-pres.           Def. Coordinator
                                head coach                                Ted Daisher        Cleveland                2007-pres.           S.T. Coordinator
 10/2/05     at KC    37-31  W 100th regular season game                  Leslie Frazier     Cincinnati                 2003-04            Def. Coordinator
 10/23/05    SD       20-17  W 75th win (including playoffs)                                Minnesota                 2007-pres.           Def. Coordinator
 9/10/06     at Hou 24-10 W 125th game (including playoffs)               Dave Toub            Chicago                2004-pres.           S.T. Coordinator
 11/12/06    vs. Was. 27-3   W 75th regular season win                    Ron Rivera*          Chicago                  2004-06            Def. Coordinator
                                                                          *currently serving as the San Diego Chargers linebackers coach
                                                    EAGLES BIRDSEED
               PRO BOWL PICKIN’                                             TAKING CARE OF THEIR OWN
The Eagles have a              EAGLES DRAFT PICKS SINCE 1999           In addition to drafting well, the Eagles have done a tremendous job
proven track record            TO EARN PRO BOWL SELECTIONS             of locking up young talent and key veterans to long-term contracts.
for finding Pro Bowl                                                   The fact that 18 of 22 current starters were either drafted by the
                       Player          Year Drafted Round Pro Bowls    Eagles or signed as undrafted free agents, is a testament, not only to
talent in the draft.   Donovan McNabb 1999             1      5
Eight draft picks                                                      the team’s ability to draft well, but also to its loyalty and commit-
                       Corey Simon*       2000         1      1
since 1999 have                                                        ment to continuity.
                       Derrick Burgess*   2001         2      2
combined for 16        Lito Sheppard      2002         1      2        In each of the past 6 seasons, the Eagles have been the best in the
Pro Bowls, includ-     Michael Lewis*     2002         2      1        league when it comes to signing or extending key contributors. The
ing 4 of Andy Reid’s   Brian Westbrook    2002         3      2        following chart, which is compiled at the end of each season, shows
8 first round picks.   Shawn Andrews      2004         1      2        the number of starters (including kickers and punters), who have
                       Trent Cole         2005         5      1        been signed/extended to new deals:
                       *denotes players no longer on roster
                                                                        NUMBER OF PLAYERS SIGNED/EXTENDED BY THE END OF THE SEASON
    MOST PRO BOWL PLAYERS             MOST PRO BOWL SELECTIONS          2007          2006          2005           2004           2003           2002
      DRAFTED SINCE 1999                 DRAFTED SINCE 1999            Phi (16)      Phi (16)      Phi (13)       Phi (14)      Phi (15)       Phi (16)
 Team            Picks PB Players    Team           Picks Selections   Pit (16)      Pit (16)      GB (13)        GB (14)       Ten (14)       Ten (14)
 Philadelphia 74            8        Washington     53        19       SD (14)       TB (16)       KC (13)        KC (14)        TB (12)       GB (12)
 Chicago         79         8        Chicago        79        18       Cin (12)      Bal (16)      Pit (13)       Chi (13)      GB (12)        Pit. (11)
 Dallas          70         8        Dallas         70        17       Ind (12)      Ind (13)      SF (11)        Pit (13)      KC (12)         NE (11)
                                                                       Note: List includes players signed/extended as of 12/28/07
 San Diego       71         8        Philadelphia   74        16
 7 teams are tied with 7 players     San Diego      71        16
                                                                       From 2002-07, the Eagles have had a total of 90 starters playing
                                                                       under their second (or more) contracts with the team, to lead the NFL
                DIPPING INTO I-AA                                      over that span. The next highest team total from the past 6 years is
                                                                       Pittsburgh with 81.
While the Eagles have had        PLAYERS ON EAGLES ROSTER FROM         NFC East: Eagles - 90; Giants - 46; Cowboys - 36; Redskins - 23
success drafting players            NON-DIVISION I-A SCHOOLS
from high-profile college                                                    CURRENT EAGLES WHO HAVE BEEN RE-SIGNED OR EXTENDED
programs, they have also       Player                         School   RB Brian Westbrook, LT Tra Thomas, RT Jon Runyan, C Jamaal Jackson,
found a wealth of talent       RB Brian Westbrook          Villanova   LG Todd Herremans, RG Shawn Andrews, QB Donovan McNabb, WR
from smaller schools. Eight    LB Chris Gocong              Cal Poly   Reggie Brown, DT Mike Patterson, FS Brian Dawkins, CB Sheldon
                               C Jamaal Jackson         Delaware St.   Brown, CB Lito Sheppard, K David Akers, DE Trent Cole, WR Greg Lewis,
players on the current ros-
                               G Todd Herremans Saginaw Valley St.     RB Correll Buckhalter, QB AJ Feeley, DE Juqua Parker, S Quintin Mikell,
ter, have come from non
                               LB Akeem Jordan       James Madison     LS Jon Dorenbos.
Division I-A teams. All 8 of   DE Bryan Smith         McNeese State
those players were either      LB Joe Mays        North Dakota State
drafted or signed as rookie                                                            PHILLY’S LONGEST-TENURED PRO ATHLETES
                               LB Tank Daniels              Harding
free agents by the Eagles.                                                     Player                      Team           Years        Joined
                                                                               Brian Dawkins               Eagles          12          4/20/96
                                                                               Tra Thomas                  Eagles          10          4/18/98
                                                                               Donovan McNabb              Eagles          10          4/17/98
                                                                               David Akers                 Eagles           9          8/2/99
                                                                               Simon Gagne                 Flyers           9          9/9/99
                                                                               Jon Runyan                  Eagles           8          2/14/00
                                                                               Pat Burrell                 Phillies         8          5/24/00
                                                                               Jimmy Rollins               Phillies         8          9/17/00
                                                                               Correll Buckhalter          Eagles           7          4/22/01
                                                                               Samuel Dalembert            76ers            7          6/27/01
                                                                               Note - Dates for Flyers and Phillies players reflect the day the player
                                                                               joined the major league club.
                                                      EAGLES BIRDSEED
            LURIE’S LANDMARKS                                                     DECADE OF DOMINANCE
Eagles Chairman Jeffrey Lurie is the franchise’s all-time winningest     Since 2000, Philadelphia has been one of the most successful fran-
owner in terms of regular season win percentage (.565).                  chises, owning the NFL’s 4th-best regular season record (84-46,
                          EAGLES OWNERSHIPS                              .646) and the 4th-best overall record (92-52, .639).
     Owners                 Years        Playoffs        Reg. Season      NFL’S BEST OVERALL RECORDS                NFL’S BEST REGULAR SEASON
     Jeffrey Lurie        1995-pres.       9-8         118-91-1 (.565)             SINCE 2000                           RECORDS SINCE 2000
     Norman Braman         1985-94          1-4        86-72-1 (.544)    Team             Record Win Pct.        Team              Record Win Pct.
     Alexis Thompson       1941-48          2-1         38-36-5 (.513)   New England      107-40  .728           New England       93-37   .715
     James P. Clark        1949-63         2-0         87-91-6 (.489)    Indianapolis     97-46   .678           Indianapolis      90-40   .692
     Leonard Tose          1969-84         3-4        96-129-6 (.429)    Pittsburgh       91-49-1 .649           Pittsburgh        84-45-1 .650
     Jerry Wolman          1964-68         0-0          28-41-1 (.407)   Philadelphia     92-52   .639           Philadelphia      84-46   .646
     Bert Bell/Lud Wray    1933-40         0-0          19-65-3 (.236)
                                                                         ROAD WARRIORS
IMPRESSIVE SINCE 1995                  BEST RECORDS SINCE 1995           The Eagles own the 2nd-best road record in the NFL since 2000 with
Since 1995, Lurie's first full     Team             Record       Pct.    a 43-22 regular season mark (44-25 overall).
year as owner of the Eagles,       New England      154-79      .661            NFL’S BEST REGULAR SEASON ROAD RECORDS SINCE 2000
Philadelphia has the 6th-best      Green Bay        146-82      .640
                                   Denver           140-83      .628     Team   ‘00 ‘01    ‘02   ‘03   ‘04    ‘05    ‘06   ‘07     ‘08 Total (Avg.)
overall record (127-99-1) in the                                         NE     2-6 5-3    4-4   6-2   6-2    5-3    7-1   8-0     1-0 44-21 (.677)
NFL (including playoff games).     Pittsburgh       140-87-1    .616
                                   Indianapolis     136-92      .596     Phi.   6-2 7-1    5-3   7-1   6-2    2-6    5-3   5-3     0-1 43-22 (.662)
                                   Philadelphia     127-98-1    .562     Ind.   4-4 3-5    5-3   7-1   5-3    7-1    4-4   7-1     1-0 43-22 (.662)
OUTSTANDING OWNERSHIP                                                    Pit.   5-3 6-2    5-3   2-6   7-1    6-2    3-5   3-5     1-0 38-27 (.585)
• With a 9-8 record in the playoffs during Lurie's tenure as owner,
  the Eagles have won and played in more postseason games than
  any ownership group in its history.
                                                                                          STAYING POSITIVE
                                                                    Under Andy Reid’s guid-                                      TURNOVER RATIO
DIVISION DOMINANCE                                                                                     TURNOVER RATIO
                                                                    ance, the Eagles have               NFL SINCE 1999            NFC SINCE 1999
• Since 1995, the Eagles have captured 5 division titles, including 5
                                                                    done a great job of pro-
  in the last seven years. Only four other teams have won more divi-tecting the ball and lim-          +51 Tampa Bay              +51 Tampa Bay
  sion titles during that time span: New England (8), Green Bay (7),iting turnovers, while
                                                                                                       +50 New England            +33 Philadelphia
  Pittsburgh (7), and Indianapolis (6).                                                                +49 Kansas City            +15 Seattle
                                                                    also creating pressure
• From 2001-2004, the Eagles captured the NFC East title in 4 con-                                     +41 Jacksonville           +12 Carolina
                                                                    and forcing other teams            +40 Pittsburgh             0 Atlanta
  secutive seasons for the first time in team history, becoming the to cough it up. Since
  first team to win the NFC East 4 straight years since Dallas’ stint                                   +36 New York Jets          -3 Washington
                                                                    1999, the Eagles rank              +33 Indianapolis           -10 Chicago
  from 1992-96.                                                     8th in the NFL and 2nd             +33 Philadelphia           -10 Green Bay
A SUPER EXPERIENCE                                                  in the NFC with a +33
                                                                                                              THE EAGLES RECORD WHEN...
• With a NFC Championship and an appearance in Super Bowl 39, cumulative            turnover
  Lurie became just the second owner in team history to lead a team ratio. Additionally, they          •   Turnover ratio is +2 or better: 31-4
  to the Super Bowl.                                                have posted a positive             •   Turnover ratio is positive: 50-14
                                                                    turnover ratio in 7 out of
                                                                                                       •   Turnover ratio is negative: 18-26
                                                                    the last 9 seasons.
                                                                                                       •   Turnover ratio is even: 20-18


                                                                                          BOUNCING BACK
                                                                         Since 2000, the Eagles        BEST RECORDS AFTER A LOSS SINCE 2000
                                                                         are tied for the best
                                                                         record in the NFL when it     Team                      Record   Win Pct.
                                                                         comes to bouncing back        Philadelphia              28-14       .667
                                                                                                       Denver                    32-16       .667
                                                                         after a loss, owning a 28-
                                                                                                       New England               23-12       .657
                                                                         14 record (.667).
                                                                                                       Pittsburgh                27-16       .628
                                                                                                       Seattle                   33-20       .623
                                        WHEN THE EAGLES HAVE THE BALL
            OFFENSIVE TRADITION                                                      RED ZONE RESURRECTION
The Eagles offense has          NOTABLE OFFENSIVE RANKINGS SINCE 2004          Despite initially struggling in the red zone in 2007, the Eagles
been one of the most                                                           offense came on strong at the end of the season, scoring 17 TDs in
prolific in the NFL since       Category                  Total   NFL/NFC      the last 31 trips to the red zone and averaging 4.8 points per trip.
2004, ranking among             YAC Avg.                    5.6     1st/1st
                                Yds./Touch                  8.0     1st/1st
                                                                               In 2008, the Eagles have continued to have success in the red zone,
the league’s best in                                                           scoring TDs on 7 of their 10 possessions and averaging 5.8 points per
                                Big Plays Passing**         142     1st/1st
many of the important                                                          trip.
                                YAC                      7,852    2nd/2nd
offensive categories.
                                Big Play Rushing%*         12.9    3rd/3rd                     RED ZONE EFFICIENCY IN 2007 & 2008
Over the past four sea-         Passing TDs                 112    3rd/1st
sons, the offense has                                                                                             2007                      2008
                                Scrimm. Yds./Game        368.7     3rd/1st
finished in the top 10                                                                            First 6 games      Last 10 games     First 2 games
                                TD/INT                    2.04     4th/1st
three times (2004 - 8th;                                                       Trips                    20                 31                10
                                Pass Yds./Game           245.5     5th/3rd
2006 - 2nd; 2007 - 6th;                                                        TDs                       6                 17                 7
                                Rushing Avg.                4.4    6th/4th
                                                                               TD Efficiency          30.0%              54.8%             70.0%
2008 - 1st).                  *Rushing plays of 10+ yards
                                                                               FGs                      10                 10                 3
Note: YAC statistics are com- **Passing plays of 25+ yards
piled by Stats, Inc. on Wed.
                                                                               Scoring Efficiency     80.0%              87.1%             100%
                                                                               Points per trip          3.6                4.8               5.8

                     BIG PLAY BIRDS
The Eagles offense has been notoriously explosive in recent history,                     OFFENSIVE QUICK HITS
having registered 390 “Big Plays” since 2002, the highest total in             STARTING OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT
the NFL during that span. They have totaled at least 60 big plays in 5         • With 75 points in the first two        SCORING LEADERS 2008
of the last 6 seasons.                                                            games of the season, the
                                                                                                                   Team                   Points Avg.
             MOST PLAYS OF 20 YARDS-OR-MORE SINCE 2002                            Eagles offense set a team Denver Broncos                 80 40.0
                                                                                  record. They surpassed the Philadelphia Eagles            75    37.5
         Team     ‘02     ‘03     ‘04     ‘05   ‘06    ‘07 ‘08 Totals
                                                                                  previous high of 74 set in Green Bay Packers              72 36.0
         PHI       65      60      67      57    74     60   7   390
                                                                                  1946.                            Dallas Cowboys          69 34.5
         STL       65      71      74      48    71     52   6   387
         SD        57      58      64      59    61     60   9   368           • The Eagles offense currently San Diego Chargers           62     31.0
         KC        63      66      70      70    48     45   4   366              ranks 2nd in the NFL in
         NO        59      53      67      57    71     52   7   366              yds. from scrimmage YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE LEADERS 2008
                                                                                  after racking up 522 Team                      Rush Pass Total
                                                                                  total net yards in the Denver                  286      650    936
                          YAC’IN IT UP                                            season opener on 9/7 Philadelphia               186     695     881
One aspect of the West Coast Offense that MOST YAC SINCE 2004                     vs. StL., the highest      Dallas               235     632    867
has made the Eagles offense so successful                                         opening day total in NY Giants                  354     476    830
                                                                                                             San Diego            185     594     779
has been the receivers’ ability to run after Team                  Total          team history,
the catch. Since 2004, the Eagles offense Green Bay                8024        • After scoring an opening-drive TD in        OPENING-DRIVE POINTS
ranks 2nd in the NFL in YAC with 7,852. In 3 Philadelphia          7852
                                                                                  the first game of the season, and a             SINCE 2000
of the last 4 seasons, Philadelphia has New Orleans                7403
                                                                                  FG on 9/15 at Dal., the Eagles offense Year
                                             New England           7273                                                            Points      Record
ranked in the top 5 in the NFL: 2007 (7th -                                       has scored 10 opening-drive points 2008            10          1-1
                                             Minnesota             7228
1,813), 2006 (3rd – 2,147), 2005 (4th – note: YAC stats are com-                  on the season. Philadelphia is 25-6 2007           35          4-1
1,797), 2004 (3rd – 1,940).                  piled by Stats Inc. on Wed.          since 2000 when scoring an open- 2006              24          3-1
                                                                                  ing-drive TD and 34-8 when scoring 2005            28          2-2
                        GREEN AKERS                                               either a TD or a FG.                     2004      41          6-1
                                                                               HITTING THE TRIFECTA                        2003      34         6-0
One of the most reliable kick-
ers in the NFL, David Akers is
                                          NFL’S TOP SCORERS SINCE 2000         In the 2008 opener vs. StL., Eagles WRs 2002          20          2-2
                                                                                                                           2001      24         4-0
the Eagles all-time leading             Player (Team)                 Points   combined for 357 yds., featuring 3 100-
                                                                                                                           2000      27         6-0
scorer (918 points) and looks           J.Elam (Atl.)                   959    yd. receivers (DeSean Jackson, 106;
to tie Bobby Walston (9) for            M.Stover (Bal.)                 943    Greg Lewis, 104; Hank Baskett, 102) for the first time since
                                        A.Vinatieri (Ind.)               931   12/18/60, when Timmy Brown (5-128), Tommy McDonald (2-116), and
the most consecutive seasons
                                        David Akers (Phi.)              907    Pete Retzlaff (5-110) did so in a 38-28 win at Was.
leading the team in scoring.
                                        R.Longwell (Min.)               904
Akers’ 2008 Highlights:
                                                                                    SAV-ING THE BEST FOR LAST
• Has connected on 24 consecutive FGs from inside of 40 yds., dat-
                                                                               Eagles P Sav Rocca Has downed 27 of his 80 career punts inside the
  ing back to 2007
                                                                               20-yard line (33.8% average), topping the Eagles all-time list among
• Surpassed the 200 FG mark (201 total) on 9/15 at Dal., becoming
                                                                               punters with at least 50 career boots. Jeff Feagles is ranked 2nd with
  the 45th player in NFL history to do so.
                                                                               a 32.7% average (106/324).
SAV-ING THE BEST FOR LAST
                                                                               Rocca’s 2008 Highlights:
Eagles P Sav Rocca Has downed 27 of his 80 career punts inside the
20-yard line (33.8% average), topping the Eagles all-time list among           Booted a 61-yd. punt on 9/15 at Dal., the 3rd-longest of his career
punters with at least 50 career boots. Jeff Feagles is ranked 2nd with
a 32.7% average (106/324).
                                   WHEN THE EAGLES HAVE THE BALL
         THE ULTIMATE WEAPON                                                     B-WEST AIR AND GROUND
An elite running back and one of the NFL’s most electrifying players,     B-WEST ON THE GROUND
                                                                                                               CAREER YARDS/CARRY LEADERS
RB Brian Westbrook turned in a record-breaking season with the            Westbrook has established                ACTIVE RUNNING BACKS
Eagles in 2007. Westbrook led the NFL with 2,104 yards from scrim-        himself, not only as one of the
mage, breaking a franchise record and earning his 2nd-career Pro                                            Player            Atts. Yds. Avg.
                                                                          best running backs in fran-
Bowl selection. He also demonstrated his ability to be a complete                                           Brian Westbrook 1051 4934 4.7
                                                                          chise history, but also in the
and versitile running back who can run the ball, catch it out of the                                        Fred Taylor       2308 10782 4.7
                                                                          NFL today. In 2007, he Ahman Green                  1946 8779 4.5
backfield, and even provide great pass protection. For his efforts,       became the first Eagles RB to Clinton Portis        1754 7895 4.5
Westbrook was rewarded with a lucrative contract extension prior to       record back-to-back 1,000-yd. min. 750 atts.
the first preseason game of 2008.                                         seasons since Duce Staley did
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                         so in 1998 and 1999, racking up a career-high 1,333 yds. with 7 TDs.
• Since becoming a full-time starter in 2004, has amassed 6,963           Westbrook’s Rushing Highlights:
  yds. from scrimmage, the 2nd-highest total in the NFL                   • Leads the NFL in 2008 with 13 rushing first downs and is tied for the
• Is the only active player with 20-or-more TDs both rushing and             league lead with Marion Barber, Willie Parker and Michael Pittman
  receiving (30 rush & 25 rec.). According to ESB, was the 4th-fastest       with 3 TDs
  player in NFL history to do so (76 games)                               • With 17 career 100-yd. games (regular and postseason), ranks 3rd
• Has recorded 100-or-more yards of total offense in 27 of his last 34       in franchise history (Van Buren, 19; Montgomery, 26). With 6 in
  games (including playoffs).                                                2007, he tied his regular season career-high set in 2006
• Led the team in recepts. and rushing yds. for 3 straight years (2005-   • His career 4.7-yd. avg. leads all active players with at least 750
  07), becoming the 6th player in NFL history to accomplish that feat,       career rushing atts.
  and the first since Walter Payton in 1983-85.                           • Eagles are 12-5 when he rushes for 100 yds.
• Became the first Eagles running back to record back-to-back 1,000-      • Has averaged at least 4.0 yds/carry in 27 of his last 34 games
  yd. seasons since Duce Staley did so in 1998 and 1999. In 2007, he         (including playoffs)
  racked up a career-high 1,333 yds. (88.9 per game), averaging 4.8       B-WEST IN THE AIR
  yds./carry with 7 TDs.
                                                                          Westbrook has proven over NFL’S TOP RECEIVING RBS SINCE 2004
2008 HIGHLIGHTS:                         MOST GAMES WITH AT LEAST         the last two seasons that he
• Leads the NFL with 5 total TDs          ONE RUSHING TD AND ONE          is capable of carrying the load Player                          Yards
                                                                                                            Brian Westbrook (Phi.)        2,835
• Scored 3 total TDs (2 rush, 1 rec.) on TD RECEPTION SINCE 1970          on the ground, but remains a
                                                                                                            LaDainian Tomlinson (SD)     1,7123
  9/15 at Dal., marking the 6th time he Player                   Games    dangerous weapon when he
                                                                                                            Player                          TDs
  has done so in his career. It was the Marshall Faulk              15    is able to catch the ball in
                                                                                                            Brian Westbrook                   21
  second-straight game in which he Brian Westbrook*                 10    space. He set a franchise LaDainian Tomlinson                        9
  scored at least 1 rushing and 1 Ahman Green*                       9    record with 90 recepts. In Player                                Rec.
  receiving TD, and the 10th time in his Chuck Foreman               9    2007, leading all NFL RBs in Brian Westbrook                      309
  career he has done so. Only Neal Anderson                          9    rec. yds. (771) recepts. (90) LaDainian Tomlinson                 225
                                         *denotes active players
  Marshall Faulk (15) has                                                 and TDs (5). Since 2004, he is Player                             YAC
  registered more such PLAYERS WITH AT LEAST 25 RUSHING                   the top receiving back in Brian Westbrook                       2,578
  games since 1970.              AND 25 RECEIVING TDs - NFL HISTORY       many of the important offen- LaDainian Tomlinson                2,099
• Became the 7th player in Player                                         sive categories.
                                                    Rush TDs Rec. TDs
  NFL history to have at Marshall Faulk                    100       36   Westbrook’s Receiving Highlights:
  least 25 rushing and 25 Lenny Moore                        63     48    • Leads all NFL RBs in 2008 with 2 TDs
  receiving TDs in his career James Brooks                  49      30    • Has recorded at least 1 recept. in 64 straight games played, the
• Moved past Timmy Brown John David Crow                    38       35      longest active streak among RBs. LaDainian Tomlinson is the next
  and into 5th place in team Frank Gifford                   34      43
                                                                             closest with 47.
  history with 30 career Timmy Brown                         31     26
                                                                          • Since becoming a full-time starter in 2004, Westbrook has
  rushing TDs                   Brian Westbrook             30       25
                                                                             amassed 2,573 yds. after catch, ranking him 1st in the NFL.
• Scored 1 rushing and 1 receiving TD on 9/7 vs. StL.                     • The Eagles are 16-6 overall when he catches a TD pass.
• With 91 rushing yds. on 9/7 vs. StL., moved past Duce Staley and        • Currently ranks 6th on the Eagles all-time list with 355 recepts.
  into 3rd place in team history with 4,879 yds.
                                                                          • His 90 recepts. in 2007 were 14th in the NFL and 6th in the NFC. He
   WESTBROOK’S CAREER RUSHING RANKINGS IN EAGLES HISTORY                     also led all NFL RBs in recepts., yds., and TDs. He became one of
Player                      Yds.     Player                  Avg.            just 6 RBs in NFL history to catch 90 passes in a season.
Wilbert Montgomery        6,538      Randall Cunningham (QB) 6.6
Steve Van Buren           5,860      Donovan McNabb (QB)      6.0
Brian Westbrook           4,937      Brian Westbrook           4.7
Player                     Atts.     Player                   TDs
Wilbert Montgomery        1,465      Steve Van Buren           69
Steve Van Buren           1,320      Wilbert Montgomery         45
Duce Staley               1,200      Randall Cunningham (QB) 32
Brian Westbrook           1,032      Ricky Watters              31
                                     Brian Westbrook           30
                                   WHEN THE EAGLES HAVE THE BALL
                   BACK ON TRACK                                                               ELITE COMPANY
After a strong finish to the 2007 season, MCNABB’S LAST 5 STARTS           Andy Reid and Donovan McNabb are in their 10th season together in
QB Donovan McNabb is healthy, confi- Completion %                          Philadelphia. Reid is one of only 18 first-time head coaches in NFL
                                                                   65.2    history to last over 9 years with the same team, while McNabb (1999-
dent, and ready to lead the Eagles back Yards/Game                291.6
to a spot among the NFL’s elite. He has TDs                                present) is the second-longest tenured active starting QB behind the
                                                                      9
carried a strong finish in 2007 into the INTs                              Colts’ Peyton Manning (1998-present). Reid and McNabb join Bill
                                                                      1
2008 season, winning 4 of his last 5 QB rating                             Walsh and Joe Montana as the only first-time head coaches and
                                                                  102.8
games. Head Coach Andy Reid strongly Record                         4-1    rookie QBs to join a team at the same time and last over 9 seasons
believes he is back to top form.              Rushing Yds.          113    as a tandem.
“[Since] the last three games of the sea-                                       LONGEST-TENURED HEAD COACH/QUARTERBACK TANDEMS
son last year, I just felt like he was back to his old form,” said Reid.                         IN NFL HISTORY
“He was very confident in his leg. He just had everything going. I           Coach                           Player                  Years      Seasons
think he just picked up from there. It looked like he did in the presea-     Chuck Noll            Terry Bradshaw             (1970-1983)            14
son, and it looked like he did [against the Rams]. To answer your            Don Shula                  Don Strock             (1974-1987)           14
question, he looked the same to me as he did before he was hurt.”            Tom Landry               Danny White             (1976-1988)            13
2008 HIGHLIGHTS                                                              Don Shula                 Dan Marino             (1983-1995)            13
• Threw his 175th career TD pass on 9/15 at Dal., tieing Ron Jaworski        Hank Stram                Len Dawson              (1962-1974)           13
  for the team record. He completed 25 of 37 passes for 281 yds. on          Curly Lambeau            Arnie Herber            (1930-1940)            11
  the night (99.0 rtg.)                                                      Marv Levy                    Jim Kelly           (1986-1996)            11
                                                                             Jeff Fisher              Steve McNair            (1995-2005)            11
• Completed 21 of 32 passes for 361 yds. and 3 TDs (131.0 rtg.) on           Don Shula                  Bob Griese            (1970-1980)            11
  9/7 vs. StL. It was his highest opening day output in terms of             Curly Lambeau              Larry Craig           (1939-1949)            11
  yards, topping his previous high of 330 (9/12/04 vs. NYG)                  Buddy Parker             Bobby Layne              (1951-1962)           11
                                                                             Tom Landry            Roger Staubach             (1969-1979)            11
       McNABB’S WINNING WAYS                                                 Andy Reid*          Donovan McNabb*               (1999-pres)           10
                                                                             Bill Walsh*             Joe Montana*             (1979-1988)            10
McNabb has won a great
                                    HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE               Tom Landry               Craig Morton             (1965-1974)           10
deal of games during his             AMONG ACTIVE STARTING QBS               Dan Reeves                 John Elway            (1983-1992)            10
career. The 10-year vet has a                                                Steve Owen             Leland Shaffer             (1935-1945)           10
career record of 74-40, plac- Player                   Win Loss Pct.
                                                                             *first-time head coaches and rookie QBs joining the team in the same year
                                Tom Brady               87  24 .784
ing him 7th in the NFL all
                                Peyton Manning         106 56 .654
time in win pct. and 3rd
                                Donovan McNabb
among active QBs with at min. 100 starts
                                                        74  40 .649
                                                                                                   IN THE ZONE
least 100 starts.                                                          Through the years, McNabb
                                     NFL’S ALL-TIME CAREER INT%                                                  TOP RATED ACTIVE QBS
TOPPING THE CHARTS                                                         has consistently been one            CAREER IN THE RED ZONE
One of the aspects of Player                           Att. INT Pct.       of the highest-rated QBs in
                                                                                                         Player             TDs INTs Rating
McNabb’s game that has Donovan McNabb*               3,802 79      2.1     the red zone, boasting a
                                                                                                         Tom Brady          135     5  102.2
made him such a success-      Neil O'Donnell         3,229 68      2.1     96.3 QB rtg., which is 2nd-
                                                                                                         Donovan McNabb 114         7   96.3
ful quarterback is his abili- Mark Brunell*          4,594 106 2.3         best in the NFL among Kurt Warner                106    15   95.7
                              Jeff Garcia*            3,341 78 2.3         active QBs with over 250 Jeff Garcia
ty to limit interceptions,                                                                                                   91     7   95.0
                              Tom Brady*              3,653 86 2.4         atts.
while never shying away *active player; min. 2000 attempts
from making the big play.                                                  • Since 2000, McNabb has engineered 334 drives into opponents
During the course of his             NFL’S ALL-TIME TD/INT RATIO             red zones, averaging 5.0 points per trip, while only turning the
career, McNabb has an Player                           TD INT Ratio          ball over 5.1% of the time.
INT% of only 2.07, tops in Tom Brady*                 197 86 2.29          • Since 2007, McNabb has thrown 15 TDs and 1 INT in the red zone.
NFL history. He also ranks Donovan McNabb*            175 79     2.22
2nd all-time with a 2.22 Steve Young                  235 107    2.17
TD/INT ratio.                 Peyton Manning*         308 155 1.99
                              Joe Montana                 273 139   1.96
                              *active player; min. 2000 attempts


                  THE EAGLES RECORD WHEN MCNABB...
             •   Has 4 or more TD passes: 10-0
             •   Has a QB rating over 100.0: 37-2
             •   Has a completion percentage over 70%: 13-0
             •   Passes for over 300 yards: 18-5
             •   Completes 20-or more passes: 44-16
             •   Does not throw an INT: 40-16
             •   Is sacked fewer than twice: 21-5
                                 WHEN THE EAGLES HAVE THE BALL
    DOWNTOWN REGGIE BROWN                                                     THE MEN IN THE TRENCHES
During his 3-plus years                                                  The Eagles offensive line is now entering its 3rd season together as
in Philadelphia, Reggie       EAGLES RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS             a unit, and is looking to build off of a 2007 season in which they
                                 FIRST 3 SEASONS WITH TEAMS
Brown has put together                                                   helped pave the way for the NFL’s yards-from-scrimmage leader,
a very solid start to his Player             Years Rec. Yds. TDs         Brian Westbrook, who anchored a rushing attack that ranked 2nd in
career, posting the 5th- Irving Fryar      1996-98 222 3067 19           the NFL with a 4.7 yd./carry avg.
highest receiving yd. Fred Barnett          1990-92 165 2752 18          OFFENSIVE TACKLE TANDEM
total of any Eagle in his Mike Quick       1982-84 140 2617 23
                                                                         Not many teams in the NFL can boast the type of offensive tackle tan-
first 3 seasons with the Keith Jackson     1988-90 194 2187 15
                                                                         dem the Philadelphia Eagles trot out onto the field each week. Not
team and improving his    Reggie Brown     2005-07 150 2167 16
                                                                         only are Jon Runyan (6-7, 330) and William Thomas (6-7, 335) a phys-
catch total each season (43, 46, 61).                                    ically imposing tandem, but they are an extremely reliable and
For his career, Brown has converted 31 of his 34 3rd-down receptions     durable pair as well. The duo has started a franchise-record 120 reg-
for first downs (91.2%).                                                 ular season games together as the Eagles offensive tackles.
                                                                         “They have great experience and are both terrific players,” said
                ACTION JACKSON                                           offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. “They have both done an
WR DeSean Jackson is an exciting playmaker who has made an               excellent job later in their careers of keeping themselves in terrific
immediate impact as a WR and punt returner after being selected in       physical condition on a consistent basis throughout the year. I think
the 2nd round of the 2008 draft.                                         that has added years for both of them. They are both terrific players
Jackson’s 2008 Highlights:                                               and they both add toughness to the football team.”
• Currently ranks 4th in the NFL with 2008 RECEIVING LEADERS                                           IRON MAN
  216 receiving yds.                                                     Runyan has started 178 straight regular-season games (123 as a
                                           Player (year)   Rec Yds
• Recorded his second-straight 100-yd. Greg Jennings        11 258       member of the Eagles), good for the 3rd-longest streak among
  performance on 9/15 at Dal. Jackson Calvin Johnson        13 236       active NFL players, trailing only Brett Favre of the Jets (255) and
  became just the 2nd rookie in NFL Anquan Boldin           14 222       Derrick Brooks of the Buccaneers (194). According Stats, Inc., he
  history (former Eagle Don Looney, DeSean Jackson          12 216       went all 16 games in 2007 without committing a single penalty.
  1940) to register 100 receiving yds. in Plaxico Burress   15 214
                                                                                                   STABLE STARTER
  each of his first 2 NFL games.
• With 6 catches and 106 yds. TOP OPENING-DAY PERFORMANCES               Thomas has started all but one game he has been active for in his
  on 9/7 vs. StL., posted the EAGLES ROOKIE WRs SINCE 1940               Eagles career. A member of the Eagles since 1998, he has started
  best opening-day numbers for Player (year)              Rec  Yds       151 games for the Eagles and has only missed 10. He currently ranks
  an Eagles rookie WR since Don Don Looney (1940)           8   115      4th on the Eagles all-time list for games played by an offensive line-
  Looney in 1940 (8 recepts., DeSean Jackson (2008)         6  106       man, and 7th overall.
  115 yds.). Jackson’s 203 all- Harold Carmichael (1971)    2    46
                                                                         MR. T REDEDICATES HIMSELF
  purpose yards (106 rec. yds. &   Todd Pinkston (2000)     3    29
                                                                         After feeling that he had a sub-par 2007 season, 4th-year G Todd
  97 punt ret. yds.) were the Calvin Williams (1990)        2    22
                                                                         Herremans arrived at training camp with a new car (resembling Mr.
  most ever for an Eagles rookie Fred Barnett (1990)        2    15
                                   Kenny Jackson (1984)     2    15      T’s A-Team van), and a new attitude. Herremans was a staple at the
  in his debut.
                                                                         NovaCare complex this past offseason, working hard to re-tool his
• Became the 4th Eagles rookie to start on opening day under Andy        body and game.
  Reid, joining RG Shawn Andrews (2004), RT John Welbourn (1999),
                                                                         JACK OF HIS TRADE
  and DT Corey Simon (2000). He is the first rookie WR to start on
  opening day since Calvin Williams in 1990.                             C Jamaal Jackson prides himself on being the “quarterback” of the
                                                                         offensive line, and often spends hours a week watching film with the
                    AIRING IT OUT                                        team’s real quarterback, Donovan McNabb.
                                                                         “The center has to be one of the smartest guys on the field,” said
BASKETT’S A CATCH
                                                                         Jackson. However, he also wants to reinvent the position as more
Originally acquired from the Minnesota Vikings in a trade, WR Hank       than just the brains of the operation. Weighing in at 330 pounds, he
Baskett has used his size, speed and strength to become a big-play       is proud to be the biggest center in the NFL (the league average of
threat during his 3 seasons in Philadelphia.                             projected starters in 2008 is 301 pounds). “I’m trying to bring a new
Baskett’s 2008 Highlights:                                               dimension to the position, because I’m just as big as most guards.”
• Caught a career-long 90-yard TD pass from McNabb on 9/7 vs. StL.       THE BIG KID RETURNS
  He now owns 3 of the top 10 longest plays in team history (89-, 87,    After taking some time away from football to deal with personal
  and 90-yard TDs). Baskett is one of only 6 players in NFL history to   issues, G Shawn Andrews is excited about his return to the playing
  have 3 catches of 85 yards or more.                                    field and eager to return to the form that earned him back-to-back
WHAT AN AVANT-AGE                                                        Pro Bowl invitations (2006-07).
A 4th-round draft pick in 2006, Jason Avant has been a reliable and      “It feels great,” said Andrews. “I've gone through a lot of things and
steady target for Donovan McNabb during his 3-year career. Avant         I have the support of my teammates. It feels good to be back out on
has been especially effective on 3rd down, where he has converted        the field; around the guys.”
10 of his 12 career catches for first downs (3 for 3 in 2008).
                                              GETTING OFF THE FIELD
        SECRETARY OF DEFENSE                                                             STANDING STRONG
Defensive coordinator Jim Johnson, who is widely considered one of        Over the years, Johnson’s               1ST-AND-GOAL DEFENSE
the premier defensive minds in the NFL, has put together a balanced       defense seems to buckle AT OR INSIDE 5-YARD LINE SINCE 1999
unit that has excelled over the years. Johnson’s ability to bring pres-   down in goal-line situations.
                                                                                                          Trips      TDs       FGs    Pts./Trip
sure from anywhere on the field has given opposing offenses all           Since 1999, they have faced
                                                                                                           110        69        27       5.13
kinds of trouble. Since 2000, his units rank near the top of the NFL in   110 first-and-goal situations
many of the most important defensive categories:                          from at-or-inside their own 5- Statistic                    NFL Rank
                                                                                                          TD%             62.7           1st
            HOW JOHNSON’S DEFENSE RANKS SINCE 2000                        yd. line, allowing only 69 TDs
                                                                                                          Pts./Trip        5.13          1st
                                                                          (62.7%) and 27 FGs. During
Statistic                                                 NFL rank                                        Scoring%         87.3          5th
                                                                          that span, they have allowed
Sacks                        346                            2nd
                                                                          the lowest TD% and fewest points per trip (5.13) in the NFL.
3rd down efficiency          34.2% (619/1810)               2nd
Red zone TD efficiency       43.4% (159/366)                2nd           GETTING OFF THE FIELD
Forced Fumbles               142                            2nd           Over the last 5 regular season games (4-1 record), the Eagles defense
Fewest points allowed        2,301 (17.7 per game)          4th           has been stingy on 3rd down, allowing a very low 20.7% conversion
Passer rating                75.8                           5th           rate (12 for 58).

Johnson consistently puts his team in a position to win, allowing 17-
points-or-less in 54.8% of regular season games. The Eagles are                   WHAT GIVES?...NOT MUCH
almost unbeatable, boasting a 65-15 record, when the unit does so.        While the Eagles offense has been terrific over the years at limiting
   POINTS ALLOWED BY THE EAGLES DEFENSE UNDER JIM JOHNSON                 turnovers, the defense has been just as good at picking up the slack
                (146 REGULAR SEASON GAMES)                                when they don’t. Johnson’s unit has made a habit of buckling down
                                                                          after giveaways. In fact, since 2001, the Eagles have allowed the
  Points Allowed         Games (% of total games)          W/L (pct.)     2nd-lowest point total in the league (449) after turning over the ball.
  17 or less                    80 (54.8)                65-15 (.813)     In that span, the Eagles have turned the ball over 178 times, the 6th-
  18-24                         32 (21.9)                17-15 (.531)
                                                                          lowest total in the NFL. Philadelphia’s 2.52 points allowed per give-
  25 or more                    34 (23.3)                 7-27 (.206)
                                                                          away since 2001 ranks 3rd.

       HISTORICAL SACK ATTACK                                               THE NFL’S FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED AFTER A GIVEAWAY SINCE 2001

The Eagles defense has consistently ranked among the league lead-                                                                        Points Allowed/
ers in sacks over the past 3 decades. Here’s a breakdown with the          Team   ‘01   ‘02    ‘03    ‘04    ‘05    ‘06   ‘07    ‘08   Tot. GA (NFL Rk.)
individual leader in each category:                                        JAX    70    48     95     60     49     72    54     0     448 2.78 (16th)
                                                                           PHI    54    36     47     44     100    68    93     7     449     2.52 (3rd)
                     SACK LEADERS BY DECADE                                SD     39    51     101    40     72     65    80     14    462 2.70 (12th)
      Sack leaders since 1982      Sack leaders (1990-99)                  IND    142   70     50     49     49     59    37     10    466 2.79 (18th)
      Philadelphia         1182    New Orleans         472                 KC     100   44     45     66     66     60    80     13    474     2.66 (7th)
        (White, 124)               Philadelphia        443
      New Orleans          1158      (Simmons, 45)                                         THE NFL’S FEWEST GIVEAWAYS ALLOWED
      Oakland              1097    Kansas City         435                          Team ‘01         ‘02   ‘03 ‘04     ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 Total
      Chicago              1096    Minnesota           427                          JAX  27           15    31 22       17 23 21 5      161
      NY Giants            1096    Pittsburgh          426                          NYJ   21          19   20 16       34 25 25 2       162
      Sack leaders since 2000      Sack leaders (1982-89)                           IND  38           32   20 17        19 19 19 3      167
      Pittsburgh           349     Chicago             431                          SD   29           24    31 18      28 15 24 2        171
      Philadelphia         346     Oakland             406                          NE   28          24    24 27       24 27 15 2        171
        (Douglas, 40)              NY Giants           396                          PHI  24           24   22 22       34 24 27 1       178
      NY Giants            345     Philadelphia        393                          KC   33           15    18 27       23 26 33 3      178
      Miami                343       (White, 81)                                    *Houston Texans are not included in this list because they did not
      Baltimore            335     Washington          392                          field a team in 2001
                                                 GETTING OFF THE FIELD
          THE BIG GUYS UP FRONT                                                       SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE
THE BIG GAME HUNTER                                                             Once considered a question mark on the Eagles defense, the line-
                                SACKS THROUGH FIRST FOUR SEASONS                backers are now a young, smart, fast and very talented group. Omar
An avid hunter off the field,
                                     AMONG EAGLES DRAFT PICKS                   Gaither, Chris Gocong, and Stewart Bradley were all selected by the
Trent Cole tracks down QBs
with as much skill and         Player                  Years          Sacks     Eagles in the last three drafts. Though none of them is playing at the
determination as he takes Clyde Simmons                1986-88          31.5    same position he did in college, each has graciously settled into his
to the woods. After quietly Andy Harmon                1991-93           27.5   respective role. Now, the coaches are very excited about the impact
                               Corey Simon             2000-02          26.5    the group can have.
putting together impres-
                               Mike Mamula             1995-97            26
sive performances in his                                                        “It's good to have those linebackers that have good size and can run;
                               Trent Cole*             2005-07          25.5
first two seasons, Cole reg-                                                    you don't find those a lot of times,” said defensive coordinator Jim
                               Jerome Brown            1987-89          20.5
istered a career-high 12.5 *Through 3-plus seasons                              Johnson. “A lot of times you find smaller linebackers who can run.
sacks in 2007, which tied                                                       We've got some nice-sized linebackers. Our linebackers are 250-255,
for the 6th-highest total in the NFL NUMBER OF MULTI-SACK GAMES                 but all three of them can run. So that's a nice thing, and they are
and earned him his first-career Pro             EAGLES HISTORY                  pretty good blitzers also.”
Bowl appearance.                       Player           Seasons Games           O.G. THE ALL-PURPOSE LB
“He gives his 110% on every snap Reggie White                   8         38    Third-year LB Omar Gaither emerged as a playmaker and a vocal
and players respect him for that,” Clyde Simmons                8          21   leader at MIKE linebacker in 2007, after a breakout rookie campaign
said head coach Andy Reid. “A year Hugh Douglas                 6          12   at WILL. Gaither started all 16
or two ago, Brett Favre mentioned Dennis Harrison               3          11                                             EAGLES TACKLES LEADERS
                                                                                games in 2007, controlling the          SINGLE SEASONS SINCE 1999
that to me just after the game. He Greg Brown                   5          10   middle and racking up a team-
said, ‘Hey, we were real concerned William Fuller               3          10
                                                                                leading 170 tackles. Coaches Player                     Year    Tackles
about 58. He has a phenomenal Trent Cole                        4           9
                                                                                were also impressed with his
                                                                                                                     Jeremiah Trotter   1999       202
motor.’ We saw it as a staff, but      Andy Harmon              7           9                                        Jeremiah Trotter   2000         171
                                       Note: only includes seasons since 1982
                                                                                coverage skills (14 KDs, 1 INT on
you’re never quite sure what the                                                                                     Omar Gaither       2007        170
                                                                                the season), and his ability to Jeremiah Trotter 2005               169
other team sees. It was something                                               pressure opposing QBs (team- Jeremiah Trotter 2001                  164
that Brett made a point of telling me.”                                         leading 14 QB hurries). He is Jeremiah Trotter 2006                 161
MEN IN THE MIDDLE                                                               now back in his natural position Brian Dawkins          2006        155
4th-year DT Mike Patterson and 3rd-year DT Brodrick Bunkley are in              on the weakside where Johnson
their second season together as the defensive tackle tandem after a             will be able to employ him as the playmaker he is.
a terrific 2007 season in which they stifled opposing running backs,            SHUTTING DOWN THE STRONG SIDE
while also putting a tremendous amount of pressure on QBs. “Bunk”               A prolific sack artist in college, Chris Gocong settled into his role as
and “The Grizzle” combined for 7.0 sacks, and were at the forefront             the starting SAM linebacker in his first full season in 2007, a position
of an Eagles defense that allowed only 95.8 rush yds./game.                     that showcases his physical style of play. Gocong was strong against
"We have something going there, no question about it," said defen-              the run, tallying 7 TFLs on the season, second only to Trent Cole. He
sive coordinator Jim Johnson. "Mike has been an outstanding player              was also used as a “Joker” in certain situations, where he was able
and has really elevated his game. He is there, day in and day out.              to put a great deal of pressure on opposing QBs. Johnson anticipates
Bunkley made a big step forward. He was one of the most improved                deploying Gocong in many different ways as he gets more comfort-
players on this team, considering where he came from. I expect both             able in the system.
of those players to continue to improve and be a strength of the                Gocong’s 2008 Highlights:
defense."                                                                       • Scored his 1st-career TD on a fumble recovery in the end zone on
Patterson’s 2008 Highlights:                                                       9/15 at Dal. FS Brian Dawkins forced QB Tony Romo to fumble and
• Recorded a half sack in the season opener vs. StL.                               Gocong alertly pounced on the ball for the score
                                                                                STEWART’S NOT LITTLE
                                                                                After spending much of the 2007 season on special teams and as a
                                                                                reserve linebacker, Stewart Bradley became the first Eagles rookie to
                                                                                record a sack and an INT in his first-career start on 12/23 at NO. He
                                                                                showed the coaches enough in the last 2 games of the season to
                                                                                earn a job as the starting MIKE linebacker in 2008.
                                                                                “I think we saw a little bit last year,” said Johnson. “We hope it's a
                                                                                continuation. We saw that he's a guy who can run, he's a pretty good
                                                                                blitzer. Now we need to see if he can handle the defense as a MIKE
                                                                                linebacker in a crucial situation. Right now, if he just progresses
                                                                                from where he was last year, he'll be fine.”
                                                                                Bradley’s 2008 Highlights:
                                                                                • Led the team with 13 tackles including one for a loss and 1 sack,
                                                                                   adding 2 KDs on 9/7 vs. StL.
                                              GETTING OFF THE FIELD
       CORNERING THE MARKET                                                                       SAFETY NET
The Eagles spent a great deal of time and energy focusing on improv-      FS Brian Dawkins is eager to return to the form that has struck fear
ing the secondary this past offseason. CBs Lito Sheppard, Sheldon         into opposing offenses for years. A vocal leader on the field and a
Brown and newcomer Asante Samuel combine to form one of the               quiet-mannered man off of it, Dawkins was admittedly not himself
most prolific cornerback trios in the NFL.                                during most of 2007, as he was distracted by family issues in the off-
ASANTE SAMUEL                                                             season and later slowed by a stinger he stuffered during the season.
A two-time Super Bowl Champion and one          NFL’S INT LEADERS         “When I get on the field, I don’t know what a 34-year old player is
                                                    SINCE 2006            supposed to play like, but that’s not in my mindset,” said Dawkins.
of the premier playmaking defensive
backs in recent NFL history, Samuel fig- Player                   INTs    “All I know is, if the ball is in the air, I have to get it. If a big hit has
ures to be a key addition to the Eagles Asante Samuel                17   to be made, I’m going to make it. If I have to go through somebody
secondary for the 2008 season. He leads Champ Bailey                14    to get to the quarterback, I’m going to do it.”
the NFL with 17 INTs since 2006, and has 6 Charles Woodson          14    CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
career returns for TDs, tops in the NFL Walt Harris                  13   • Is one of 4 players in NFL history with at least 33 INTs and 18 sacks.
since 2003 (including playoffs).             Ed Reed                12
                                                                                       PLAYERS WITH AT LEAST 33 INTS AND 18 SACKS
"I think the cornerback position is very important," said head coach
                                                                               Player                              Years           INTs    Sacks
Andy Reid upon signing the Pro Bowl cornerback. "When you have an              S Leroy Butler                      1990-2001        38      20.5
opportunity to get the best one in the business, then you need to              S Rodney Harrison (NE)              1994-2007        33      30.5
look at that. I welcome him aboard and I know Jim Johnson has great            CB Ronde Barber (TB)                1997-2007        33      21.0
plans for Asante...Asante is a great player and he'll make great plays         S Brian Dawkins (Phi.)              1996-2007        33      18.0
for us."
Samuel’s 2008 Highlights:                                                 • The Eagles have won 16 of the past 19 games when Dawkins has
                                                                            registered an interception.
• Recorded his first INT as an Eagle on 9/15 at Dal., which led to a TD
                                                                          • Ranks 2nd on the team’s all-time list for career INT return yds.
• Had a team-high 3 KDs in his first game as an Eagle on 9/7 vs. StL.       (490). Needs 47 yds. to pass Bill Bradley for the franchise lead.
THE LITO SHUFFLE                                                          • Owns the team record for combined wins as a player (91 regular
CB Lito Sheppard is one of the top playmaking cornerbacks in the            season; 8 postseason).
NFL. The two-time Pro Bowl selection consistently shuts down the          • Is playing in his 13th season, which is t-2nd in Eagles history
top receivers and has a penchant for coming up with big plays. His        • Has played in a franchise-record 15 postseason contests.
27.1 yds. per INT return leads the NFL since 2003.                                EAGLES ALL-TIME INTS                EAGLES ALL-TIME GAMES
              OF SHEPPARD’S 17 CAREER INTERCEPTIONS...                        Player                     INTs      Player                   Games
       • 3 have ended the game                                                Bill Bradley                 34      Harold Carmichael          180
       • 4 have come in the 4th quarter of a “close game”                     Eric Allen                   34      Brian Dawkins              169
       • 8 have resulted in TDs (3 returns)                                   Brian Dawkins                33      Chuck Bednarik             169
       • 8 have come in the 4th quarter (4 in the final 2 minutes)            Herman Edwards               33      Randy Logan                159
       • 9 have come inside the Eagles 10 yardline
         (4 in the endzone)                                               Dawkins’ 2008 Highlights
       • 10 have come in “close games” (+/- 7 points)                     • Forced Cowboys QB                 DISRUPTIVE PLAYS SINCE 1996
       • 12 have come while the Eagles are leading                          Tony Romo to fumble
                                                                            in the end zone on          PLAYER                  TOTAL INTS FFS
BROWN DELIVERS ON TIME                                                      9/15 at Dal. The fum-       S Darren Sharper (Min.)   62    53    9
                                     CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED                                           S Brian Dawkins           60    33 27
Since being drafted by the CURRENT STREAKS AMONG ACTIVE CBS                 ble was recovered by
                                                                                                        CB Ty Law                 55    49 6
Eagles in the 2nd round of                                                  LB Chris Gocong for
                                 Player                         Games                                   S Sammy Knight (NYG.)     55    42 13
the 2002 draft, CB Sheldon                                                  his 1st-career TD. CB Dre Bly (Den.)                  55    38 17
                                 Al Harris (GB)                   172       Dawkins’ FF was the
Brown has been a consistent Ronde Barber (TB)                     172
and reliable piece of the Nate Clements (SF)                                60th disruptive play of his career, ranking him second in the NFL
                                                                  114
Eagles secondary. He has Sheldon Brown (Phi.)                               behind Darren Sharper (62) since 1996 (according to Stats, Inc.)
                                                                  107
logged 107 consecutive                                                    MIKELL MAKES PLAYS
games played (including OF BROWN’S 13 CAREER INTERCEPTIONS...             Originally signed as a rookie free agent in 2003, S Quintin Mikell
9 in the playoffs), which      10 have led to Eagles scoring drives,      spent most of his career as a reserve safety and special teams
means he has not missed including 2 TD returns. His last 7 have           demon. He was thrust into the starting lineup in 2007 while Brian
a game in his entire                  come in Eagles territory.           Dawkins recovered from an injury in the early stages of the season,
career. Brown’s reliability                                               and filled in nicely. He later took over at SS when Sean Considine was
is rare at the cornerback position, as he ranks 4th in the NFL in con-    placed on IR, and is now the starter at that position.
secutive games played among CBs.
                                                                          “Quintin, by the end of the season, was playing at a Pro-Bowl-caliber
“I think [he is a good leader] because players have respect for him,”     level as a safety,” said head coach Andy Reid. “We knew what a great
said defensive coordinator Jim Johnson. “He has played all posi-          special teams player he was. He became an even better safety.”
tions--the nickel inside and both corners. He’s a veteran now, a
                                                                          Mikell’s 2008 Highlights:
smart football player. I’m sure they have a lot of respect for him, no
question about it. He’s still a quiet guy, but he’s a soldier.”           • Led the team with 13 tackles, adding a QB hurry and 1 KD on 9/15
                                                                            at Dal.
                                                                          • Recorded 11 tackles, 1 sack and a FF on 9/7 vs. StL.
                                       POSITION-BY-POSITION ROUNDUP
                   QUARTERBACKS                                                              WIDE RECEIVERS
                             DONOVAN MCNABB                                                               KEVIN CURTIS
•   A 5-time Pro Bowler, has led the Eagles to 4 NFC Championship            • Made an immediate impact upon his arrival in Philadelphia, after
    game appearances and more postseason wins than any other                   signing a six-year contract prior to the 2007 season. Spent his first
    quarterback in team history                                                4 seasons with the St. Louis Rams, playing with Torry Holt and
•   Dating back to 2007, has a 7-3 record in his last 10 starts, including     Isaac Bruce
    wins in 4 of his last 5 games                                            • Finished the 2007 season with 1,110 yds. on 77 catches, becoming
•   Set an opening-day career-high with 361 passing yds. on 9/7 vs.            the 2nd receiver to eclipse the 1,000-yd. mark under Andy Reid
    StL. He also threw for 3 TDs including a 90-ydr. to Hank Baskett         • Underwent surgery to repair sports hernia injury on 8/21/08. The
•   With 175 career TD passes, needs one to surpass Ron Jaworski for           timetable for his return remains uncertain.
    the franchise record                                                                                 REGGIE BROWN
•   Became the winningest QB in Eagles history on 11/18/07 vs. Mia.,         • The Eagles 2005 2nd round draft pick from Georgia, averages over
    recording his 70th-career win                                              14 yds./catch with 16 TDs over his first 3 NFL campaigns
                                KEVIN KOLB                                   • In 2005, he set the team record for most receptions by a rookie WR
•   The Eagles first pick of the 2007 draft (2nd round, 36th overall)          with 43 and has increased his number of catches each year
•   A 4-year starter at the University of Houston, turned in one of the      • In 2007, Registered a career-high 61 catches
    finest seasons by a quarterback in school history as a senior.                                        JASON AVANT
    Connected on 292 of 432 passes for 3,809 yds., 30 TDs, and just 4        • A two-time Biletnikoff Award candidate (the nation’s top receiver)
    INTs en route to being named Conference USA offensive player of            at Michigan, is a physical and sure-handed receiver who has been
    the year                                                                   a reliable target for McNabb in his first two seasons
•   In his first action of the 2008 season, completed 5 of6 passes for       • Has recorded 5 catches for 73 yds. in 2008, including 3 clutch 3rd-
    53 yds. vs. StL. (103.5 rtg.)                                              down conversions
                                  A.J. FEELEY                                                            HANK BASKETT
•   A 5th round draft pick of the Eagles in 2001, spent three seasons in     • Was acquired in an offseason trade from Minnesota in 2006 for WR
    Philadelphia before being traded to Miami in 2004 for a 2nd round          Billy McMullen
    draft choice (Reggie Brown). He rejoined the Eagles in 2006 after        • Went on to average 21.1 yds./catch during his rookie campaign
    being released by the San Diego Chargers                                 • Caught a 90-yd. TD pass on 9/7 vs. StL. It was his 3rd-career TD
•   Started in place of the injured McNabb on 11/25/07 at NE, and              catch of 87-or-more yds. He became just the 6th player in NFL his-
    threw for a career-high 345 yds., adding 3 TDs in a 31-28 loss             tory with 3 catches of 85 yards or more.
                                                                                                           GREG LEWIS
                   RUNNING BACKS                                             • Originally signed as a rookie free agent in 2003, has registered 116
                         BRIAN WESTBROOK                                       recepts. for 1,592 yds. and 6 TDs in his career
• Since becoming a full-time starter in 2004, ranks 2nd in the NFL           • Recorded his 1st-career 100-yd. game on 9/7 vs. StL. (5-104)
  with 6,963 total yds. from scrimmage                                       • Had a career-high 3 TDs and led the team with 20.4 yds./catch in
• Has 55 career TDs from scrimmage and is the only active player               2007
  with 20-or-more TDs via both rushing and receiving. He became                                        DeSEAN JACKSON
  the 7th player in NFL history to record 25-or-more TDs both rushing        • The Eagles 2nd-round pick in 2008, finished third in Cal history
  and receiving on 9/15 at Dal.                                                with 3,293 all-purpose yds.
• Recorded a league-high and franchise-record 2,104 yds. from                • Has registered over 100 yds. receiving in each of his first two
  scrimmage, adding 12 TDs in 2007                                             games, joining former Eagle Don Looney in 1940 as the only 2 rook-
• Hauled in a franchise-record 90 recepts. in 2007                             ies in NFL history to do so in the first two games of the season
• Rushed for a career-high 1,333 yds. in 2007                                • A first-team All American in 2007 and one of college football’s most
• Signed a lucrative contract extension on 8/8/08, just prior to the           prolific wide receivers and returnmen, scored 29 total TDs in 36
  preseason opener at Pit.                                                     career games at California.
                        CORRELL BUCKHALTER
• Rushed for 313 yds. and 4 TDs on 62 carries (5.0 avg.) in 2007
                                                                                                   TIGHT ENDS
• In relief of Westbrook, who was inactive at NYG on 9/30/07, carried                                      L.J. SMITH
  17 times for 103 yds. (6.1 avg.)                                           • The team’s second round draft choice out of Rutgers in 2003,
                          LORENZO BOOKER                                       Smith earned a full-time starting job in 2005 and has since regis-
• Joined the Eagles in a 2008 draft-day trade with the Miami                   tered 139 catches and 10 scores in that role
  Dolphins                                                                   • Caught his first TD of 2008 on 9/7 vs. StL.
• Rushed 28 times for 125 yds. (4.5 avg.) and added 28 recepts. for                                      BRENT CELEK
  237 yds. for the Miami Dolphins, all in the final 5 games of 2007          • Was a 5th-round draft pick in 2007 and made an immediate impact
                              TONY HUNT                                      • Turned in a solid rookie campaign, tallying 8 recepts. for 103 yds.
• Made the switch from running back to fullback during the 2008                and a TD over the final 3 games
  preseason                                                                                             MATT SCHOBEL
• In his first game as the starting fullback, scored a 1-yd. TD run on       • A 3rd-round draft choice of the Bengals in 2002, spent his first 4
  9/7 vs. StL.                                                                 NFL seasons in Cincinnati, and is in his 3rd year as an Eagle
• Scored a rushing TD in his first career game on 11/23/07 vs. Det.
                                     POSITION-BY-POSITION ROUNDUP
                  OFFENSIVE LINE                                                          DEFENSIVE ENDS
                              RT JON RUNYAN                                                             TRENT COLE
•   Suited up for the NFC's Pro Bowl squad in 2002                        • A 5th-round draft choice in 2005, proved to be one of the most
•   Has started 178 straight regular season contests                        complete defensive ends in the NFL in 2007, posting 12.5 sacks,
•   Signed a three-year contract extension on 3/24/06                       the 6th-highest todal in the NFL, 100 tackles, and 10 TFLs
•   Since 2007, has started all 18 games without committing a penalty     • Led the team in sacks in 2007 for the 2nd-straight season, and has
                              LT TRA THOMAS                                 registered 25.5 career sacks during his 3 seasons in Philadelphia
•   Is a 3-time Pro Bowl selection and has been a mainstay at LT since    • Signed a five-year contract extension that will keep him in
    being selected in the 1st round in 1998                                 Philadelphia through 2013
•   Has missed just 8 games due to injury during his NFL career                                       JUQUA PARKER
                            C JAMAAL JACKSON                              • The speedy and relentless Parker is entering his 4th season as an
•   A rookie free agent signee from Delaware State in 2003, earned a        Eagle in 2007 after 4 with Tennessee
    starting role in the middle of the Eagles offensive line in 2006      • Legally changed his name from Juqua Thomas to Juqua Parker in
•   Signed a seven-year contract extension that will keep him in            the 2008 offseason, something his late father, Willie Parker,
    Philadelphia through 2013                                               requested of him
                           LG TODD HERREMANS                              • Has combined for 12.5 sacks since 2006 (regular and postseason)
•   A 4th-round draft choice in 2005, was a Division II All-America       • Signed a 5-year deal that will keep him in Philadelphia until 2012
    selection at Saginaw Valley State                                                               DARREN HOWARD
•   Made a smooth transition from tackle to guard during his sopho-       • A versitile lineman who can play both outside and inside in pass-
    more campaign, earning a starting role at LG in 2006 and a 5-year       rush situations, and provides depth at both positions
    contract extension that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2013    • Was signed from New Orleans as an unrestricted free agent in
                           RG SHAWN ANDREWS                                 2006
•   The Eagles 1st-round draft choice in 2004, quickly became a dom-      • Registered a half sack and 1 TFL on 9/7 vs. StL.
    inating force at RG in the NFL and has been voted to the Pro Bowl                                CHRIS CLEMONS
    in each of the last two seasons                                       • Signed with the Eagles after spending the 2007 season with the
                            G MAX JEAN-GILLES                               Oakland Raiders
•   A 4th-round pick in 2006, has since served as a reliable reserve      • Posted 8 sacks in 2007, despite only playing in 37% of the defen-
    guard                                                                   sive plays
•   With the absence of Shawn Andrews at training camp, earned valu-                                VICTOR ABIAMIRI
    able experience practicing with the first-team offense                • Provided depth at both DE and DT in 2007, starting in his 1st-career
•   Made his first-career start on on 12/23/07 at NO                        game on 11/11/07 at Washington
                            T WINSTON JUSTICE                             • Is recovering from a hand injury and his return is undetermined
•   A 2nd-round pick in 2006, spent his first two seasons learning the                                 BRYAN SMITH
    nuances of the Eagles offense                                         • The Eagles 3rd-round pick in 2008, was a two-time All-America
•   Won a national championship and blocked for three Heisman               selection out of Division I-AA McNeese State
    Trophy winners during his collegiate career at USC                    • Was named the Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Year
                                C NICK COLE                                 and finished as a finalist for the Buck Buchanan award as a junior
•   A former rookie free agent out of New Mexico State, has also been       in 2006
    used as a fullback in goal-line situations.
•   Started his first-career game at LG on 12/9/07 vs. NYG
                                                                                      DEFENSIVE TACKLES
                             G MIKE MCGLYNN                                                       BRODRICK BUNKLEY
•   A 4th-round pick in 2008, played both tackle and guard at Pitt.       • The Eagles 1st-round draft pick in 2006 (14th overall), worked hard
•   A three-time All-Big East honoree, appeared in 47 games and             to earn a starting spot on the defensive line in 2007 and recorded
    notched a streak of 43 consecutive starts after emerging as the         75 tackles and 3 sacks
    team's starting left tackle in 2004.                                                            MIKE PATTERSON
                    G MIKE GIBSON - INJURED RESERVE                       • Recorded 114 tackles in 2007, becoming the first Eagles defensive
•   A 6th-round draft pick in 2008, earned All-Pac 10 Conference hon-       lineman to do so since Andy Harmon (100 in 1994)
    orable mention selection as a senior, after being part of an offen-   • Had a career high with 4.0 sacks in 2007
    sive line that produced an average of 407.5 yds./game and allowed     • Inked a 7-year contract extension in 2006 that will keep him in
    just 11 sacks on 443 pass plays.                                        Philadelphia through 2016
•   Was placed on Injured Reserve on 8/30/08 with a shoulder injury                                    DAN KLECKO
                    T KING DUNLAP - INJURED RESERVE                       • Has seen action at DT, LB, and FB during his 5-year career with the
•   A 7th-round draft pick in 2008, is a massive offensive lineman and      Patriots and Colts, winning 3 Super Bowls
    a 4-year letterman at Auburn, who played in 48 games (20 starts)      • Registered a sack in his first game as an Eagle on 9/7 vs. StlL.
    during his collegiate career.                                                                     TREVOR LAWS
•   Was placed on Injured Reserve on 8/30/08 with an ankle injury         • The Eagles top selection in the 2008 draft (47th overall), was a
                                                                            third-team All American in 2007
                                                                          • Led Notre Dame with career highs in tackles (112) and sacks (4.0),
                                                                            while adding 3 blocked kicks on special teams
                                      POSITION-BY-POSITION ROUNDUP
                     LINEBACKERS                                                    CORNERBACKS (CONTD.)
                              OMAR GAITHER                                                               LITO SHEPPARD
•   A 5th-round draft pick from Tennessee in 2006, impressed Eagles         • Leads the Eagles with 16 INTs since 2003, including 3 TD returns
    coaches with his leadership and playmaking abilities, and earned        • The club's first round pick in 2002, is signed through 2011 and
    a starting spot at MIKE linebacker in 2007                                earned Pro Bowl selections in 2004 and 2006.
•   Finished the 2007 season with 170 tackles, 14 QB hurries, and 14                                    JOSELIO HANSON
    KDs. His 170 tackles led the team and were the 3rd-highest single-      • Has quietly served as a valuable reserve defensive back since
    season total since Andy Reid became head coach in 1999                    2006, spending most of 2007 as the team’s nickel corner
                              CHRIS GOCONG                                  • Tallied his first sack as an Eagle on 10/14/07 at NYJ
•   Earned a starting spot at SAM linebacker during the 2007 presea-              JACK IKEGWUONU - RESERVE/NON-FOOTBALL INJURY LIST
    son, and after learning the defense, finished second on the team        • A 4th-round pick in 2008, is currently on the Reserve/Non-Football
    with 7 TFL                                                                Injury list with a knee injury
•   Scored his 1st-career TD on 9/15 at Dal., when he recovered a Tony      • A 3-year letterman at Wisconsin, entered the draft following his
    Romo fumble in the end zone                                               junior season after earning his second-consecutive All-Big Ten
•   One of college football's most prolific sack artists at Cal-Poly, was     selection. In 39 games, finished with 91 tackles, 29 KDs and 6 INTs
    a third round draft pick in 2006. Finished his collegiate career with
    42 sacks in 41 games at the Division I-AA level                                                 SAFETIES
                            STEWART BRADLEY                                                         BRIAN DAWKINS
•   A 3rd-round draft pick in 2007, impressed the coaches as a reserve   • A six-time Pro Bowl selection, his 33 INTs rank t-3rd in team histo-
    LB and special teamer, earning starting job at MIKE LB in 2008         ry behind leaders Eric Allen and Bill Bradley (34 each)
•   Sacked Rams QB Marc Bulger in the season opener on 9/7 and led       • Has won 99 games (including 8 in the playoffs) in an Eagles uni-
    the team with 13 tackles                                               form, more than any other player in team history
•   Registered his first-career sack and INT in his first-career start on• Forced a fumble on 9/15 at Dal, when he tackled QB Tony Romo in
    12/23/07 at NO                                                         the end zone. The ball was picked up by LB Chris Gocong for a TD
                              AKEEM JORDAN                                                          QUINTIN MIKELL
•   Signed as a rookie free agent (James Madison) in 2007 and spent      • Earned a starting job at SS after a strong 2007 campaign
    the first eight weeks of the season on the team’s practice squad     • A rookie free agent signing from Boise State in 2003, Mikell was
•   Has 22 career special teams tackles in only 11 games                   twice voted as the team’s special teams MVP and earned a four-
                                 JOE MAYS                                  year contract in 2007.
•   A 6th-round draft pick in 2008 out of Division I-AA North Dakota     • Led the team with 13 tackles, adding a QB hurry and 1 KD on 9/15
    State, was an All-America selection as a senior in 2007                at Dal.
•   As a senior, led the team with a career-high 90 tackles, 9 TFLs and  • Recorded his 2nd-career sack and 3rd-career FF on 9/7 vs. StL.
    2.5 sacks, en route to being named the Great West Conference
                                                                                                       J.R. REED
    Defensive POY
                                                                         • A fourth-round selection from South Florida in 2004, worked hard
                               TANK DANIELS                                to earn a roster spot as a backup safety and as the primary kickoff
•   Returns to Philadelphia after originally entering the NFL as a rook-   return man. However, a freak accident during the 2005 offseason
    ie free agent with the Eagles in 2006.                                 left him with damage to the peroneal nerve affecting the use of his
•   Was a member of the Giants Super Bowl Championship team in             lower leg and foot, forcing him to miss the entire 2005 season
    2007, playing in four regular season games and all four postseason   • Rejoined the team in 2007 and filled in admirably as a reserve
    contests.                                                              safety and a kickoff return man
                     CORNERBACKS                                                                   SEAN CONSIDINE
                                                                         • A 4th-round draft pick in 2005, earned a starting role in 2006, but
                           SHELDON BROWN                                   was placed on IR with a shoulder injury in 2007
•   Has logged 107 consecutive games played                                                         QUINTIN DEMPS
•   Led the team in 2007 with 3 INTs                                     • A 4th-round pick in 2008, led his draft class with 17 career INTs
                            ASANTE SAMUEL                                • Became the first player in UTEP and Conference USA history to
•   One of the premier playmaking defensive backs in recent NFL his-       have two 100-yd. INT returns in a season
    tory, recorded 22 INTs in 75 regular season games for the New
    England Patriots, and 5 more in 14 career postseason contests
•   His 17 INTs since 2006 top the NFL, and his 6 career INT returns for
    a TD (including postseason) also lead the league
•   Snagged his first INT as an Eagle on 9/15 at Dal.
                                      POSITION-BY-POSITION ROUNDUP
                   SPECIAL TEAMS                                                    SPECIAL TEAMS (CONTD.)
                             K DAVID AKERS                                                              HANK BASKETT
•   A three-time Pro Bowl kicker, ranks first on the club's all-time list   • Led the team in 2007 with 277 special teams production points,
    with 201 field goals and 918 points                                       racking up 112 blocks and recovering one onsides kick
•   Known for producing in clutch situations, has nailed 11 game-tying                                  AKEEM JORDAN
    or game-winning field goals with 5:00 or less remaining in a game       • Leads the team with 53 special teams production points, including
•   Inked a contract extension that will keep him in Philadelphia             3 tackles
    through 2010                                                                                      DeSEAN JACKSON
                               P SAV ROCCA                                  • Returned 8 punts for 97 yds. on 9/7 vs. StL., including a 60-ydr.,
•   A former Australian Football League star, was signed by the Eagles        which was the longest for an Eagles rookie since Bob Shann had a
    on 1/25/07, and earned the starting punting job after a strong per-       63-ydr. on 12/19/65 vs. Det.
    formance in the preseason                                               • Set a Pac-10 record with 6 punt returns for TDs during his 3-year
•   Has downed 27 of his 80 career punts inside the 20-yard line              career at Cal. His career PR avg. of 16.7 is 2nd in Pac-10 history
    (33.7% average), topping the Eagles all-time list among punters         • His 8-97 performance on punt returns on 9/7 vs. the Rams tied him
    with at least 50 career boots. Jeff Feagles is ranked 2nd with a          for 2nd on the Eagles all-time list for most punt returns in a game
    32.7% average (106/324)                                                   and placed him 5th in punt return yds. in a game
•   With a 52.8 gross average on 10/28/07 at Min., tied former Eagles                                  QUINTIN DEMPS
    punter Jeff Feagles (10/5/92 vs. Dallas) for the highest single-game
                                                                            • Averages 24.0 yds. on 7 kickoff returns in 2008
    average in Eagles history
                                                                            • Averaged 22.8 yds. on 31 kickoff returns as a junior (2006) and
                            LS JON DORENBOS
                                                                              senior (2007) at UTEP, returning 1 for a TD
•   After battling a tremendous amount of personal adversity early in
    life, has worked hard and stayed focused enough to carve out a
    five-year career as a NFL long snapper.
•   The Eagles signed him late in the 2006 season to replace an
    injured Mike Bartrum and rewarded him with a 5-year contract
    after his performance in 2007.
                                  2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
                                                                                                                                                as of September 16
WR          80         Kevin Curtis                               81       Jason Avant                               84   Hank Baskett
LT          72         Tra Thomas
LG          79         Todd Herremans                            77        Mike McGlynn
C           67         Jamaal Jackson                            59        Nick Cole
RG          73         Shawn Andrews                             62        Max Jean-Gilles
RT          69         Jon Runyan                                74        Winston Justice
TE          82         L.J. Smith                                87        Brent Celek                               89   Matt Schobel
WR          86         Reggie Brown                              10        DeSean Jackson                            83   Greg Lewis
FB          29         Tony Hunt
RB          36         Brian Westbrook                           28        Correll Buckhalter                        25   Lorenzo Booker
QB           5         Donovan McNabb                             4        Kevin Kolb                                14   A.J. Feeley

DEFENSE
LDE         75         Juqua Parker                              95        Victor Abiamiri                           91    Chris Clemons
LDT         98         Mike Patterson                            93        Trevor Laws
RDT         97         Brodrick Bunkley                          68        Dan Klecko
RDE         58         Trent Cole                                90        Darren Howard                             63   Bryan Smith
WILL        96         Omar Gaither                              56        Akeem Jordan
MLB         55         Stewart Bradley                           51        Joe Mays
SAM         57         Chris Gocong                              50        Tank Daniels
LCB         22         Asante Samuel                             21        Joselio Hanson
RCB         24         Sheldon Brown                             26        Lito Sheppard
SS          27         Quintin Mikell                            37        Sean Considine
FS          20         Brian Dawkins                             30        J.R. Reed                                 39   Quintin Demps

SPECIAL TEAMS
P            6         Sav Rocca
K            2         David Akers
H            6         Sav Rocca                                 81        Jason Avant
PR          10         DeSean Jackson                            39        Quintin Demps                             30   J.R. Reed
KOR         39         Quintin Demps                             25        Lorenzo Booker                            30   J.R. Reed
LS          46         Jon Dorenbos                              90        Darren Howard

Underline - rookies and first-year players                                 [player] - injured

                  PRONOUNCIATION GUIDE                                                                                              COACHING STAFF
Victor Abiamiri . . . . .ahb-ee-ah-MEER-ee                Todd Herremans . . . . . . .HARE-uh-mens                    Andy Reid . . .Exec. VP of football operations/head coach
Hank Baskett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BASK-it     Jack Ikegwuonu . . . .eye-key-GWON-new                      Marty Mornhinweg . . . .asst. head coach/off. coordinator
Correll Buckhalter . . . . . . . . . . . .core-ELL        Kevin Kolb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .COBB    Jim Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive coordinator
Brent Celek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SELL-ick   Quintin Mikell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .MICHAEL         Rory Segrest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .special teams coordinator
Sean Considine . . . . . . . . . .CON-sih-dine            Sav Rocca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ROCK-uh       Juan Castillo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .offensive line
Jon Dorenbos . . . . . . . . . . . . .DORN-boss           Matt Schobel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SHOW-bull           David Culley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .wide receivers
Max Jean-Gilles . . . . . . . . . .gene-GILL-iss          Rory Segrest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SEE-grist       Pete Jenkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive line
                                                                                                                      Sean McDermott . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .secondary
Chris Gocong . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .GO-kong         Juqua Parker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .juh-KWAY          Tom Melvin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tight ends
Joselio Hanson . . . . . . . . . .ho-SAIL-ee-oh                                                                       Jeff Nixon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .special teams quality control
                                                                                                                      Bill Shuey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .linebackers
                                                                                                                      Pat Shurmur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .quarterbacks
                                                                                                                      James Urban . . . . . . . . . . .offensive asst./quality control
                                                                                                                      Ted Williams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .running backs
                                                                                                                      Mike Wolf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .strength and conditioning
                                                                                                                      Otis Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .assistant secondary
                                                                                                                      Mark Whipple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .offensive assistant
                                                                                                                      Mike Caldwell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .defensive quality control
                                                                                                                      Jay Merlino . . . . . . . .assistant strength and conditioning
                                                                                                                      Barry Rubin . . . . . . . .strength and conditioning assistant
              2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
as of September 16, 2008
    NO NAME                   POS     HT     WT          DOB AGE EXP   COLLEGE                HOMETOWN                How Acq.
    95 Abiamiri, Victor       DE      6-4    267     1/14/86 22    2   Notre Dame             Baltimore, Md.          D2b-07
      2 Akers, David          K       5-10   200   12/09/74   33 10    Louisville             Lexington, Ky.          FA-99
    73 Andrews, Shawn         G/T     6-4    335   12/25/82   25   5   Arkansas               Camden, Ark.            D1-04
    81 Avant, Jason           WR      6-0    212    4/20/83   25   3   Michigan               Chicago, Il.            D4b-06
    84 Baskett, Hank          WR      6-4    220    9/04/82 26     3   New Mexico             Clovis, NM              T-Min-06
    25 Booker, Lorenzo        RB      5-10   191     6/14/84 24    2   Florida State          Ventura, Ca.            T-Mia-08
     55 Bradley, Stewart      LB      6-4    255   11/02/83 24     2   Nebraska               Salt Lake City, Ut.     D3a-07
    86 Brown, Reggie          WR      6-1    197      1/13/81 27   4   Georgia                Carrollton, Ga.         D2a-05
    24 Brown, Sheldon         CB      5-10   200     3/19/79 29    7   South Carolina         Ft. Lawn, SC            D2b-02
    28 Buckhalter, Correll    RB      6-0    217   10/06/78 29     8   Nebraska               Collins, Ms.            D4-01
    97 Bunkley, Brodrick      DT      6-2    306   11/23/83 24     3   Florida State          Tampa, Fl.              D1-06
    87 Celek, Brent           TE      6-4    255     1/25/85  23   2   Cincinnati             Cincinnati, Oh.         D5b-07
     91 Clemons, Chris        DE      6-2    240   10/30/81 26     5   Georgia                Griffin, Ga.            FA-Oak-08
    59 Cole, Nick             C       6-0    350    7/28/84 24     3   New Mexico State       Lawton, Ok.             FA-06
    58 Cole, Trent            LB/DE   6-3    270   10/05/82   25   4   Cincinnati             Xenia, Oh.              D5a-05
    37 Considine, Sean        S       6-0    212   10/28/81 26     4   Iowa                   Byron, Il.              D4a-05
    80 Curtis, Kevin          WR      6-0    186      7/17/78 30   6   Utah State             South Jordan, Ut.       FA-Stl-07
    50 Daniels, Tank          LB      6-3    248   12/27/81 26     3   Harding                Clarendon, Ark.         W-NYG-08
    20 Dawkins, Brian         FS      6-0    210    10/13/73 34 13     Clemson                Jacksonville, Fl.       D2b-96
    39 Demps, Quintin         FS      5-11   206     6/29/85  23   R   Texas-El Paso          San Antonio, Tx.        D4b-08
    46 Dorenbos, Jon          LS      6-0    250     7/21/80 28    6   Texas-El Paso          Garden Grove, Ca.       FA-06
     14 Feeley, A.J.          QB      6-3    220      5/16/77 31   8   Oregon                 Ontario, Or.            FA-06
    96 Gaither, Omar          LB      6-2    245     3/18/84 24    3   Tennessee              Charlotte, NC           D5b-06
     57 Gocong, Chris         LB      6-2    263    11/16/83 24    3   Cal Poly SLO           Carpinteria, Ca.        D3-06
     21 Hanson, Joselio       CB      5-9    185     8/13/81  27   4   Texas Tech             Playa Del Rey, Ca.      FA-06
    79 Herremans, Todd        G/T     6-6    321   10/13/82   25   4   Saginaw Valley State   Ravenna, Mi.            D4b-05
    90 Howard, Darren         DE      6-3    260    11/19/76  31   9   Kansas State           St. Petersburg, Fl.     FA-NO-06
    29 Hunt, Tony             RB      6-1    227   11/24/85 22     2   Penn State             Alexandria, Va.         D3b-07
    10 Jackson, DeSean        WR      5-10   175   12/01/86   21   R   California             Long Beach, Ca.         D2b-08
    67 Jackson, Jamaal        C       6-4    330    5/08/80 28     5   Delaware State         Miami, Fl.              FA-03
    62 Jean-Gilles, Max       G       6-3    358    11/19/83 24    3   Georgia                Miami, Fl.              D4a-06
    56 Jordan, Akeem          LB      6-1    230     8/17/85  23   2   James Madison          Harrisonburg, Va.       FA-07
    74 Justice, Winston       T       6-6    320     9/14/84 24    3   USC                    Long Beach, Ca.         D2-06
    68 Klecko, Dan            DT      5-11   275      1/12/81 27   6   Temple                 Marlboro, NJ            FA-Ind-08
      4 Kolb, Kevin           QB      6-3    218    8/24/84 24     2   Houston                Stephenville, Tx.       D2a-07
    93 Laws, Trevor           DT      6-1    304     6/14/85  23   R   Notre Dame             Apple Valley, Minn.     D2a-08
    83 Lewis, Greg            WR      6-0    180     2/12/80 28    6   Illinois               Richton Park, Il.       FA-03
     51 Mays, Joe             LB      5-11   246     7/06/85  23   R   North Dakota State     Chicago, Il.            D6b-08
     77 McGlynn, Mike         G       6-4    311     3/08/85  23   R   Pittsburgh             Austintown, Oh.         D4a-08
      5 McNabb, Donovan       QB      6-2    240    11/25/76  31 10    Syracuse               Chicago, Il.            D1-99
    27 Mikell, Quintin        S       5-10   206     9/16/80 28    6   Boise State            Eugene, Or.             FA-03
     75 Parker, Juqua         DE      6-2    250     5/15/78 30    8   Oklahoma State         Houston, Tx.            FA-05
    98 Patterson, Mike        DT      6-0    292     9/01/83  25   4   USC                    Los Alamitos, Ca.       D1-05
    30 Reed, J.R.             S       5-11   202     2/11/82 26    5   South Florida          Tampa, Fl.              FA-07
      6 Rocca, Sav            P       6-5    265   11/20/73 34     2   None                   Lakeside, Australia     FA-07
    69 Runyan, Jon            T       6-7    330    11/27/73 34 13     Michigan               Flint, Mi.              FA-Ten-00
    22 Samuel, Asante         CB      5-10   185     1/06/81  27   6   Central Florida        Lauderdale Lakes, Fl.   FA-NE-08
    89 Schobel, Matt          TE      6-5    247   11/04/78 29     7   TCU                    Columbus, Tx.           FA-Cin-06
    26 Sheppard, Lito         CB      5-10   194     4/08/81  27   7   Florida                Jacksonville, Fl.       D1-02
    63 Smith, Bryan           DE      6-2    245   11/29/83 24     R   McNeese State          Newton, Tx.             D3-08
    82 Smith, L.J.            TE      6-3    258     5/13/80 28    6   Rutgers                Highland Park, NJ       D2-03
    72 Thomas, Tra            T       6-7    335    11/20/74  33  11   Florida State          Deland, Fl.             D1-98
    36 Westbrook, Brian       RB      5-10   203     9/02/79 29    7   Villanova              Ft. Washington, Md.     D3-02
Injured Reserve
    65 Dunlap, King           T       6-8    310 9/09/85      23   R   Auburn                 Brentwood, Tn.          D7-08
     61 Gibson, Mike          G       6-3    305 11/18/85     22   R   California             Napa, Ca.               D6a-08
Reserve/Non-Football Injury
    33 Ikegwuonu, Jack        CB      5-10   194    1/07/86   22   R   Wisconsin              Madison, Wi.            D4c-08
Practice Squad
    48 Collins, Jed           FB      6-1    255 3/03/86      22   R   Washington State       Mission Viejo, Ca.      FA-08
    42 Hefney, Jonathan       DB      5-9    190 2/27/85      23   R   Tennessee              Rock Hill, SC           FA-08
    76 Marquardt, Mike        DT      6-2    302 7/10/82      26   R   Arizona State          Vista, Ca.              FA-08
     17 McBride, Shaheer      WR      6-2    205 2/06/85      23   R   Delaware State         Chester, Pa.            FA-08
    64 Patrick, Chris         T       6-4    280 8/22/84      24   1   Nebraska               Ithaca, Mi.             FA-08
    18 Reid, Willie           WR      5-10   192 9/19/82      26   3   Florida State          Kathleen, Ga.           FA-08
    53 Studebaker, Andy       LB      6-3    251 9/16/85      23   R   Wheaton                Eureka, Il.             D6c-08
     31 Williams, Trae        CB      5-10   195 1/30/85      23   R   South Florida          Plant City, Fl.         FA-08
                  2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES NUMERICAL ROSTER
as of September 16, 2008
    NO NAME                   POS     HT     WT         DOB AGE EXP    COLLEGE                 HOMETOWN               How Acq.        ‘07 GP/GS/IA
      2 David Akers           K       5-10   200   12/09/74 33 10       Louisville              Lexington, Ky.            FA-99                2/0
      4 Kevin Kolb            QB      6-3    218    8/24/84 24     2    Houston                 Stephenville, Tx.         D2a-07               1/0
      5 Donovan McNabb        QB      6-2    240    11/25/76  31 10     Syracuse                Chicago, Il.              D1-99                2/2
      6 Sav Rocca             P       6-5    265   11/20/73 34     2    None                    Lakeside, Australia       FA-07                2/0
    10 DeSean Jackson         WR      5-10   175   12/01/86   21   R    California              Long Beach, Ca.           D2b-08               2/2
     14 A.J. Feeley           QB      6-3    220      5/16/77 31   8    Oregon                  Ontario, Or.              FA-06              0/0/2
    20 Brian Dawkins          FS      6-0    210    10/13/73 34 13      Clemson                 Jacksonville, Fl.         D2b-96               2/2
     21 Joselio Hanson        CB      5-9    185     8/13/81 27    4    Texas Tech              Playa Del Rey, Ca.        FA-06                2/0
    22 Asante Samuel          CB      5-10   185     1/06/81 27    6    Central Florida         Lauderdale Lakes, Fl.     FA-NE-08             2/2
    24 Sheldon Brown          CB      5-10   200     3/19/79 29    7    South Carolina          Ft. Lawn, SC              D2b-02               2/2
    25 Lorenzo Booker         RB      5-10   191     6/14/84 24    2    Florida State           Ventura, Ca.              T-Mia-08             2/1
    26 Lito Sheppard          CB      5-10   194     4/08/81 27    7    Florida                 Jacksonville, Fl.         D1-02                2/0
    27 Quintin Mikell         S       5-10   206     9/16/80 28    6    Boise State             Eugene, Or.               FA-03                2/2
    28 Correll Buckhalter     RB      6-0    217   10/06/78 29     8    Nebraska                Collins, Ms.              D4-01                2/0
    29 Tony Hunt              RB      6-1    227   11/24/85 22     2    Penn State              Alexandria, Va.           D3b-07               2/1
    30 J.R. Reed              S       5-11   202     2/11/82 26    5    South Florida           Tampa, Fl.                FA-07                2/0
    36 Brian Westbrook        RB      5-10   203     9/02/79 29    7    Villanova               Ft. Washington, Md.       D3-02                2/2
    37 Sean Considine         S       6-0    212   10/28/81 26     4    Iowa                    Byron, Il.                D4a-05               2/0
    39 Quintin Demps          FS      5-11   206     6/29/85 23    R    Texas-El Paso           San Antonio, Tx.          D4b-08               2/0
    46 Jon Dorenbos           LS      6-0    250     7/21/80 28    6    Texas-El Paso           Garden Grove, Ca.         FA-06                2/0
    50 Tank Daniels           LB      6-3    248   12/27/81 26     3    Harding                 Clarendon, Ark.           W-NYG-08             2/0
     51 Joe Mays              LB      5-11   246     7/06/85 23    R    North Dakota State      Chicago, Il.              D6b-08             0/0/2
     55 Stewart Bradley       LB      6-4    255   11/02/83 24     2    Nebraska                Salt Lake City, Ut.       D3a-07               2/2
    56 Akeem Jordan           LB      6-1    230     8/17/85 23    2    James Madison           Harrisonburg, Va.         FA-07                2/0
     57 Chris Gocong          LB      6-2    263    11/16/83 24    3    Cal Poly SLO            Carpinteria, Ca.          D3-06                2/2
    58 Trent Cole             LB/DE   6-3    270   10/05/82 25     4    Cincinnati              Xenia, Oh.                D5a-05               2/2
    59 Nick Cole              C       6-0    350    7/28/84 24     3    New Mexico State        Lawton, Ok.               FA-06                2/0
    62 Max Jean-Gilles        G       6-3    358    11/19/83 24    3    Georgia                 Miami, Fl.                D4a-06               2/0
    63 Bryan Smith            DE      6-2    245   11/29/83 24     R    McNeese State           Newton, Tx.               D3-08              0/0/2
    67 Jamaal Jackson         C       6-4    330    5/08/80 28     5    Delaware State          Miami, Fl.                FA-03                2/2
    68 Dan Klecko             DT      5-11   275      1/12/81 27   6    Temple                  Marlboro, NJ              FA-Ind-08            2/0
    69 Jon Runyan             T       6-7    330    11/27/73 34 13      Michigan                Flint, Mi.                FA-Ten-00            2/2
    72 Tra Thomas             T       6-7    335    11/20/74 33   11    Florida State           Deland, Fl.               D1-98                2/2
    73 Shawn Andrews          G/T     6-4    335   12/25/82 25     5    Arkansas                Camden, Ark.              D1-04                2/2
    74 Winston Justice        T       6-6    320     9/14/84 24    3    USC                     Long Beach, Ca.           D2-06              0/0/2
     75 Juqua Parker          DE      6-2    250     5/15/78 30    8    Oklahoma State          Houston, Tx.              FA-05                2/2
     77 Mike McGlynn          G       6-4    311     3/08/85 23    R    Pittsburgh              Austintown, Oh.           D4a-08             0/0/2
    79 Todd Herremans         G/T     6-6    321   10/13/82 25     4    Saginaw Valley State    Ravenna, Mi.              D4b-05               2/2
    80 Kevin Curtis           WR      6-0    186      7/17/78 30   6    Utah State              South Jordan, Ut.         FA-Stl-07          0/0/2
    81 Jason Avant            WR      6-0    212    4/20/83 25     3    Michigan                Chicago, Il.              D4b-06               2/0
    82 L.J. Smith             TE      6-3    258     5/13/80 28    6    Rutgers                 Highland Park, NJ         D2-03                2/2
    83 Greg Lewis             WR      6-0    180     2/12/80 28    6    Illinois                Richton Park, Il.         FA-03                2/0
    84 Hank Baskett           WR      6-4    220    9/04/82 26     3    New Mexico              Clovis, NM                T-Min-06             2/2
    86 Reggie Brown           WR      6-1    197      1/13/81 27   4    Georgia                 Carrollton, Ga.           D2a-05             0/0/2
    87 Brent Celek            TE      6-4    255     1/25/85 23    2    Cincinnati              Cincinnati, Oh.           D5b-07               2/0
    89 Matt Schobel           TE      6-5    247   11/04/78 29     7    TCU                     Columbus, Tx.             FA-Cin-06            2/0
    90 Darren Howard          DE      6-3    260    11/19/76  31   9    Kansas State            St. Petersburg, Fl.       FA-NO-06             2/0
     91 Chris Clemons         DE      6-2    240   10/30/81 26     5    Georgia                 Griffin, Ga.              FA-Oak-08            2/0
    93 Trevor Laws            DT      6-1    304     6/14/85 23    R    Notre Dame              Apple Valley, Minn.       D2a-08               2/0
    95 Victor Abiamiri        DE      6-4    267     1/14/86 22    2    Notre Dame              Baltimore, Md.            D2b-07             0/0/2
    96 Omar Gaither           LB      6-2    245     3/18/84 24    3    Tennessee               Charlotte, NC             D5b-06               2/2
    97 Brodrick Bunkley       DT      6-2    306   11/23/83 24     3    Florida State           Tampa, Fl.                D1-06                2/2
    98 Mike Patterson         DT      6-0    292     9/01/83 25    4    USC                     Los Alamitos, Ca.         D1-05                2/2
Injured Reserve
     61 Mike Gibson           G       6-3    305   11/18/85   22   R California                Napa, Ca.                 D6a-08                 ---
    65 King Dunlap            T       6-8    310   9/09/85    23   R Auburn                    Brentwood, Tn.            D7-08                  ---
Reserve/Non-Football Injury
    33 Jack Ikegwuonu         CB      5-10   194    1/07/86   22   R Wisconsin                 Madison, Wi.              D4c-08                 ---
Practice Squad
     17 Shaheer McBride       WR      6-2    205   2/06/85    23   R   Delaware State          Chester, Pa.              FA-08                  ---
    18 Willie Reid            WR      5-10   192   9/19/82    26   3   Florida State           Kathleen, Ga.             FA-08                  ---
     31 Trae Williams         CB      5-10   195   1/30/85    23   R   South Florida           Plant City, Fl.           FA-08                  ---
    42 Jonathan Hefney        DB      5-9    190   2/27/85    23   R   Tennessee               Rock Hill, SC             FA-08                  ---
    48 Jed Collins            FB      6-1    255   3/03/86    22   R   Washington State        Mission Viejo, Ca.        FA-08                  ---
    53 Andy Studebaker        LB      6-3    251   9/16/85    23   R   Wheaton                 Eureka, Il.               D6c-08                 ---
    64 Chris Patrick          T       6-4    280   8/22/84    24   1   Nebraska                Ithaca, Mi.               FA-08                  ---
    76 Mike Marquardt         DT      6-2    302   7/10/82    26   R   Arizona State           Vista, Ca.                FA-08                  ---
                      2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES PARTICIPATION CHART
Game                    1      2     3     4      5     6     7   8      9     10   11     12  13    14      15  16
Date                   S7    S15    S21   S28    O5    O12   O26 N2     N9    N16 N23     N27 D7     D15    D21 D28
Opponent              StL    @Dal   Pit   @Chi   Was   @SF   Atl @Sea   NYG   @Cin @Bal   Arz @NYG   Cle   @Was Dal   GP   GS   IA DNP
Abiamiri, Victor       IA     IA                                                                                       0    0    2   0
Akers, David            P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Andrews, Shawn         RG     RG                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Arrington, Kyle        PS      X                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Avant, Jason            P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Baskett, Hank          WR     WR                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Booker, Lorenzo         P     RB                                                                                       2    1    0   0
Bradley, Stewart      MLB    MLB                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Brown, Reggie          IA     IA                                                                                       0    0    2   0
Brown, Sheldon        RCB    RCB                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Buckhalter, Correll     P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Bunkley, Brodrick     RDT    RDT                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Celek, Brent            P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Clemons, Chris          P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Cole, Nick              P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Cole, Trent           RDE    RDE                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Collins, Jed           PS     PS                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Considine, Sean         P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Curtis, Kevin          IA     IA                                                                                       0    0    2   0
Daniels, Tank           P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Dawkins, Brian         FS     FS                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Demps, Quintin          P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Dorenbos, Jon           P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Dunlap, King           IR     IR                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Feeley, A.J.          3QB    3QB                                                                                       0    0    2   0
Gaither, Omar         WILL   WILL                                                                                      2    2    0   0
Gibson, Mike           IR     IR                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Gocong, Chris         SAM    SAM                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Hanson, Joselio         P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Hefney, Jonathan        X     PS                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Herremans, Todd        LG     LG                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Howard, Darren          P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Hunt, Tony             FB      P                                                                                       2    1    0   0
Ikegwuonu, Jack        NFI    NFI                                                                                      0    0    0   0
Jackson, DeSean        WR     WR                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Jackson, Jamaal         C      C                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Jean-Gilles, Max        P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Jordan, Akeem           P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Justice, Winston       IA     IA                                                                                       0    0    2   0
Klecko, Dan             P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Kolb, Kevin             P    DNP                                                                                       1    0    0   1
Laws, Trevor            P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Lewis, Greg             P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Marquardt, Mike        PS     PS                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Mays, Joe              IA     IA                                                                                       0    0    2   0
McBride, Shaheer       PS     PS                                                                                       0    0    0   0
McGlynn, Mike          IA     IA                                                                                       0    0    2   0
McNabb, Donovan        QB     QB                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Mikell, Quintin        SS     SS                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Parker, Juqua         LDE    LDE                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Patrick, Chris         PS     PS                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Patterson, Mike       LDT    LDT                                                                                       2    2    0   0
Reed, J.R.              P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Reid, Willie           PS     PS                                                                                       0    0    0   0
Rocca, Sav              P      P                                                                                       2    0    0   0
Runyan, Jon            RT     RT                                                                                       2    2    0   0
                   2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES PARTICIPATION CHART
Game                  1        2       3       4        5        6         7       8          9       10       11       12     13      14        15     16
Date                 S7      S15      S21 S28           O5      O12 O26 N2                   N9      N16 N23           N27 D7          D15      D21 D28
Opponent            StL @Dal Pit @Chi Was @SF Atl @Sea NYG @Cin @Bal Arz @NYG Cle @Was Dal                                                                         GP    GS       IA DNP
Samuel, Asante      LCB      LCB                                                                                                                                     2    2        0   0
Schobel, Matt         P        P                                                                                                                                     2    0        0   0
Sheppard, Lito        P        P                                                                                                                                     2    0        0   0
Smith, Bryan         IA       IA                                                                                                                                     0    0        2   0
Smith, L.J.          TE       TE                                                                                                                                     2    2        0   0
Studebaker, Andy     PS       PS                                                                                                                                     0    0        0   0
Thomas, Tra          LT       LT                                                                                                                                     2    2        0   0
Westbrook, Brian     RB       RB                                                                                                                                     2    2        0   0
Williams, Trae       PS       PS                                                                                                                                     0    0        0   0
                        KEY: POSITION - start, P - played (did not start), IA - inactive, IR - injured reserve, DNP - dressed but did not play, DND - did not dress,
                             PS - practice squad member, NFI - reserve/non-football injury, SUSP - suspended, X - not with team, EX - roster exemption


                 2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
                                                                               OFFENSE
OPP     WR         LT            LG               C              RG               RT             TE              WR              FB         RB                 QB         Other
StL     Baskett    Thomas        Herremans        J.Jackson      Andrews          Runyan         L.Smith         D.Jackson       Hunt       Westbrook          McNabb
@ Dal   Baskett    Thomas        Herreman         J.Jackson      Andrews          Runyan         L.Smith         D.Jackson                  Westbrook          McNabb     Booker (RB)



                                                                               DEFENSE
OPP     LDE        LDT           RDT              RDE           WILL              MLB           SAM            RCB             LCB            SS             FS               Other
StL     Parker     Patterson     Bunkley          T.Cole        Gaither           Bradley       Gocong         S.Brown         Samuel         Mikell         Dawkins
@ Dal   Parker     Patterson     Bunkley          T.Cole        Gaither           Bradley       Gocong         S.Brown         Samuel         Mikell         Dawkins
                  2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES & HOW THEY WERE BUILT
HOW THEY WERE ACQUIRED                                    EAGLES BY DRAFT ROUND                         BY EXPERIENCE AND GAMES

1996      Brian Dawkins                      D2b          1st round (6)                                 Player                    Exp       GP       GS         W/Phi
                                                          Tra Thomas                Phi   1998 (11th)   Jon Runyan                 13      188      178       130/130
1998      Tra Thomas                         D1           Donovan McNabb            Phi   1999 (2nd)    Brian Dawkins              13      169      168
                                                          Lito Sheppard             Phi   2002 (26th)   Tra Thomas                 11      152       151
1999      David Akers                        FA           Shawn Andrews             Phi   2004 (16th)   David Akers                10      143         0       142/0
          Donovan McNabb                     D1           Mike Patterson            Phi   2005 (31st)   Donovan McNabb             10      120      114
                                                          Brodrick Bunkley          Phi   2006 (14th)   Darren Howard               9       115       94       34/16
2000      Jon Runyan                         FA-Ten                                                     Sheldon Brown               7        98       69
                                                          2nd round (10)                                Matt Schobel                7        96       23       33/10
2001      Correll Buckhalter                 D4           Brian Dawkins             Phi   1996          Juqua Parker                8        91       11       50/11
                                                          Darren Howard             NO    2000          Brian Westbrook             7        87      66
2002      Lito Sheppard                      D1           Sheldon Brown             Phi   2002          Lito Sheppard               7        79       58
          Sheldon Brown                      D2b          L.J. Smith                Phi   2003          Quintin Mikell              6        78       14
          Brian Westbrook                    D3           Reggie Brown              Phi   2005          Asante Samuel               6        77       55         2/2
                                                          Winston Justice           Phi   2006          Greg Lewis                  6        76       23
2003      L.J. Smith                         D2           Kevin Kolb                Phi   2007          L.J. Smith                  6        75       55
          Jamaal Jackson                     RFA          Victor Abiamiri           Phi   2007          Kevin Curtis                6        67       27        16/16
          Greg Lewis                         RFA          DeSean Jackson            Phi   2008          Correll Buckhalter          8        62       14
          Quintin Mikell                     RFA          Trevor Laws               Phi   2008          Jon Dorenbos                6        62        0        23/0
2004      Shawn Andrews                      D1                                                         Shawn Andrews               5        50       50
                                                          3rd round (8)                                 Mike Patterson              4        50       40
2005      Mike Patterson                     D1           Matt Schobel              Cin   2002          Dan Klecko                  6        49        3         2/0
          Reggie Brown                       D2a          Brian Westbrook           Phi   2002          Trent Cole                  4        49       39
          Sean Considine                     D4a          Kevin Curtis              StL   2003          Reggie Brown                4       48        40
          Todd Herremans                     D4b          Chris Gocong              Phi   2006          Joselio Hanson              4        47        8        34/5
          Trent Cole                         D5a          Stewart Bradley           Phi   2007          Jamaal Jackson              5        42       42
          Juqua Parker                       FA           Lorenzo Booker            Mia   2007          Chris Clemons               5        38        3         2/0
                                                          Tony Hunt                 Phi   2007          Todd Herremans              4        38       37
2006      Darren Howard                      FA-NO        Bryan Smith               Phi   2008          J.R. Reed                   5        37        4         31/4
          Matt Schobel                       FA-Cin                                                     Omar Gaither                3        34       23
          Brodrick Bunkley                   D1           4th round (12)                                Hank Baskett                3        34        7
          Winston Justice                    D2           Jon Runyan                Hou   1996          Nick Cole                   3        34        1
          Chris Gocong                       D3           Correll Buckhalter        Phi   2001          Sean Considine              4        32       18
          Max Jean-Gilles                    D4a          Asante Samuel             NE    2003          Brodrick Bunkley            3        32       17
          Jason Avant                        D4b          Dan Klecko                NE    2004          Jason Avant                 3        25        8
          Omar Gaither                       D5b          J.R. Reed                 Phi   2004          A.J. Feeley                 8        23       15         12/7
          Nick Cole                          RFA          Sean Considine            Phi   2005          Chris Gocong                3        18       14
          Hank Baskett                       T-Min        Todd Herremans            Phi   2005          Stewart Bradley             2        18        3
          Joselio Hanson                     FA           Max Jean-Gilles           Phi   2006          Brent Celek                 2        18        4
          A.J. Feeley                        FA           Jason Avant               Phi   2006          Sav Rocca                   2        18        0
          Jon Dorenbos                       FA           Mike McGlynn              Phi   2008          Tank Daniels                3        12        0         8/0
                                                          Jack Ikegwuonu            Phi   2008          Akeem Jordan                2         11       0
2007      Sav Rocca                          FA           Quintin Demps             Phi   2008          Tony Hunt                   2        10        1
          Kevin Curtis                       FA-Stl                                                     Lorenzo Booker              2          9       2          2/1
          Kevin Kolb                         D2a          5th round (4)                                 Winston Justice             3          7       1
          Victor Abiamiri                    D2b          A.J. Feeley               Phi   2001          Victor Abiamiri             2          6       1
          Stewart Bradley                    D3a          Trent Cole                Phi   2005          Max Jean-Gilles             3          6       1
          Tony Hunt                          D3b          Omar Gaither              Phi   2006          Kevin Kolb                  2          2       0
          Brent Celek                        D5b          Brent Celek               Phi   2007          Quintin Demps               R          2       0
          Akeem Jordan                       RFA                                                        DeSean Jackson              R          2       2
          J.R. Reed                          FA           6th round (2)                                 Trevor Laws                 R          2       0
                                                          Mike Gibson               Phi   2008          Joe Mays                    R          0       0
2008      Asante Samuel                      FA-NE        Joe Mays                  Phi   2008          Mike McGlynn                R          0       0
          Chris Clemons                      FA-Oak                                                     Bryan Smith                 R          0       0
          Dan Klecko                         FA-Ind       7th Round (1)
          Lorenzo Booker                     T-Mia        King Dunlap               Phi   2008
          Trevor Laws                        D2a
          DeSean Jackson                     D2b          Rookie free agents (13)
          Bryan Smith                        D3           David Akers               Car   1997                   RFA-rookie free agent
          Mike McGlynn                       D4a          Juqua Parker              Ten   2001                   T- trade
          Quintin Demps                      D4b          Jamaal Jackson            Phi   2003                   W- claimed off waivers
          Jack Ikegwuonu                     D4c          Greg Lewis                Phi   2003                   italicized players - Injured Reserve list;
                                                                                                                 Reserve/Non-Football Injury List
          Mike Gibson                        D6a          Quintin Mikell            Phi   2003
          Joe Mays                           D6b          Jon Dorenbos              Buf   2003
          King Dunlap                        D7           Joselio Hanson            SF    2003
          Tank Daniels                       W-NYG        Chris Clemons             Was   2003
                                                          Nick Cole                 Phi   2006
 Note: A.J. Feeley was drafted in the 5th round by the    Hank Baskett              Min   2006
 Eagles in 2001. J.R. Reed was drafted in the 4th round   Tank Daniels              Phi   2006
 by the Eagles in 2004, and Tank Daniels was signed as    Akeem Jordan              Phi   2007
 a rookie free agent by the Eagles in 2006                Sav Rocca                 Phi   2007
                                 CAREER PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
Victor Abiamiri                                                     Brent Celek
2007       Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (57th overall) … signed 4-   2007       Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract
           year contract
                                                                    Chris Clemons
David Akers                                                         2003       Signed by WAS as a rookie free agent
1997       Signed by CAR as rookie free agent                       8/30/03 Placed on IR
8/18/97 Released by CAR                                             9/5/04     Released by WAS
4/28/98 Signed by ATL                                               9/29/04 Signed by CLE to the practice squad
7/7/98     Released by ATL                                          11/24/04 Signed by WAS
7/21/98 Re-signed by ATL                                            12/27/05 Placed on IR
8/24/98 Released by ATL                                             8/15/06 Released by WAS
9/1/98     Signed to practice squad by WAS                          1/17/07    Signed by OAK
9/15/98 Signed by WAS from the practice squad to the active         3/1/08     Signed by PHI to five-year contract
           roster
9/22/98 Released by WAS                                             Nick Cole
1/12/99    Signed by PHI                                            2006      Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
4/24/01 Signed by PHI to one-year contract
8/21/01    Signed 7-year contract extension with PHI thru 2007      Trent Cole
11/7/05    Signed contract extension with PHI thru 2010             2005       Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract
                                                                    11/6/06 Signed 5-year contract extension with PHI thru 2013
Shawn Andrews
2004     Drafted by PHI in 1st round (16th overall) … signed 6-     Sean Considine
         year contract                                              2005      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
9/14/04 Placed on IR (fractured fibula)                             11/16/05 Placed on IR (shoulder)
6/12/06 Signed 7-year contract extension with PHI thru 2015         11/7/07   Placed on IR (shoulder)

Jason Avant                                                         Kevin Curtis
2006       Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract     2003        Drafted by STL in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract
                                                                    3/15/07     Signed 6-year contract with PHI
Hank Baskett
2006      Signed by MIN as rookie free agent                        Tank Daniels
5/18/06 Traded to PHI for WR Billy McMullen                         2006       Signed by PHI as a rookie free agent
                                                                    9/2/06     Released by PHI
Lorenzo Booker                                                      9/4/06     Signed to practice squad by PHI
2007      Drafted by MIA in 3rd round                               11/21/06 Signed from practice squad to active roster
4/26/08 Traded to PHI for 4th round draft pick in 2008              9/1/07     Released by PHI
                                                                    9/19/07 Signed to practice squad by NYG
Stewart Bradley                                                     11/27/07 Signed from practice squad to active roster
2007       Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract     8/30/08 Released by NYG
                                                                    8/31/08 Signed by PHI
Reggie Brown
2005      Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (35th) … signed 5-year con-   Brian Dawkins
          tract                                                     1996      Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (61st overall) … signed 3-
11/10/06 Signed 5-year contract extension with PHI thru 2014                  year contract
                                                                    11/5/98   Signed contract with PHI thru 2003
Sheldon Brown                                                       4/28/03 Signed 7-year contract with PHI
2002      Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (59th overall) … signed 5-    8/6/06    Signed 2-year contract extension with PHI thru 2008
          year contract
11/4/04   Signed 6-year contract extension with PHI thru 2012       Quintin Demps
                                                                    2008      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
Correll Buckhalter
2001       Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 3-year contract     Jon Dorenbos
7/27/02 Placed on PUP (knee)                                        5/2/03    Signed with BUF as rookie free agent
4/30/04 Signed 1-year contract extension                            12/21/04 Placed on IR (knee)
8/23/04 Placed on IR (knee)                                         9/6/05    Released by BUF
3/2/05     Signed 2-year contract extension                         10/26/05 Signed one-year contract with TEN
8/28/05 Placed on IR (knee)                                         10/13/06 Signed one-year contract with TEN
3/16/07 Signed 2-year contract extension                            10/24/06 Released by TEN
                                                                    11/29/06 Signed two-year contract with PHI
Brodrick Bunkley                                                    12/29/07 Signed five-year contract extension with PHI thru 2012
2006       Drafted by PHI in 1st round (14th overall) … signed 6-
           year contract                                            King Dunlap
                                                                    2008      Drafted by PHI in 7th round … signed 4-year contract
                                                                    8/30/08 Placed on IR (ankle)
                                   CAREER PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
A.J. Feeley                                                          Jamaal Jackson
2001          Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 3-year contract   2003       Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
9/27/02       Released by PHI                                        8/31/03 Released by PHI as part of final roster cutdown
9/28/02       Signed by PHI to the practice squad                    9/1/03     Signed to the practice squad
10/8/02       Signed from the practice squad to the active roster    1/7/04     Signed from the practice squad to the active roster
3/3/04        Traded to MIA for a 2nd round draft pick in 2005       8/23/04 Placed on IR (triceps)
10/18/05      Traded to SD for QB Cleo Lemon                         9/3/05     Released by PHI as part of final roster cutdown
8/29/06       Released by SD                                         9/5/05     Signed to the practice squad
8/30/06       Signed two-year contract with PHI                      11/9/05    Signed from the practice squad to the active roster
2/25/07       Signed three-year contract extension with PHI thru     7/20/06 Signed seven-year contract with PHI thru 2013
              2010
                                                                     Max Jean-Gilles
Omar Gaither                                                         2006      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
2006      Drafted by PHI in 5th round … signed 4-year contract
                                                                     Akeem Jordan
Mike Gibson                                                          2007      Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
2008      Drafted by PHI in 6th round … signed 4-year contract       9/2/07    Released by PHI
8/30/08 Placed on IR (shoulder)                                      9/3/07    Signed to the practice squad
                                                                     10/29/07 Signed from the practice squad to the active roster
Chris Gocong
2006       Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract      Winston Justice
9/2/06     Placed on IR (stinger)                                    2006       Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (39th overall) … signed 4-
                                                                                year contract
Joselio Hanson
2003       Signed with SF as rookie free agent                       Dan Klecko
8/31/03 Released by SF                                               2003       Drafted by NE in 4th round
9/9/03     Signed by SF to the practice squad                        10/30/04 Placed on IR
1/17/04    Re-signed by SF                                           9/2/06     Released by NE
9/27/04 Released by SF                                               9/3/06     Claimed by IND off waivers
9/28/04 Re-signed by SF                                              3/23/07 Signed by IND
8/30/05 Released by SF                                               11/17/07 Released by IND
6/5/06     Signed two-year contract with PHI thru 2007 and allo-     11/20/07 Signed by IND
           cated to NFL Europe                                       3/17/08 Signed by PHI to two-year contract
4/1/08     Re-signed by PHI to a one-year contract
                                                                     Kevin Kolb
Todd Herremans                                                       2007       Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (36th overall) … signed 4-
2005      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract                  year contract
12/20/05 Placed on IR (ankle)
12/30/06 Signed five-year contract extension thru 2013               Trevor Laws
                                                                     2008       Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (47th overall) … signed 4-
Darren Howard                                                                   year contract
2000      Drafted by NO in 2nd round (33rd overall) … signed 4-
          year contract                                              Greg Lewis
2/24/04 Designated as franchise player by NO                         2003       Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
4/30/04 Signed with NO as franchise player                           10/28/04 Signed five-year contract extension thru 2011
2/22/05 Designated as franchise player by NO
3/15/05   Signed with NO as franchise player                         Joe Mays
3/13/06 Signed by PHI to a 6-year contract                           2008       Drafted by PHI in 6th round … signed 4-year contract

Tony Hunt                                                            Mike McGlynn
2007      Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract       2008      Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract

Jack Ikegwuonu                                                       Donovan McNabb
2007       Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract      1999     Drafted by PHI in 1st round (2nd overall) … signed 7-year
8/26/08 Placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list                        contract
                                                                     9/27/02 Signed 12-year contract extension
DeSean Jackson                                                       11/22/05 Placed on IR (sports hernia)
2008      Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (49th overall) … signed 4-     11/21/06 Placed on IR (knee)
          year contract
                                                                     Quintin Mikell
                                                                     2003       Signed by PHI as rookie free agent
                                                                     5/13/06 Re-signed by PHI to one-year contract
                                                                     2/27/07 Signed 4-year contract with PHI thru 2010
                                  CAREER PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
Juqua Parker                                                        Matt Schobel
2001       Signed by TEN as rookie free agent                       2002      Drafted by CIN in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract
8/10/05 Signed by PHI to a one-year contract                        3/14/06 Signed by PHI to 5-year contract
3/8/06     Re-signed by PHI to a one-year contract
3/2/07     Signed by PHI to a 5-year contract                       Lito Sheppard
                                                                    2002       Drafted by PHI in 1st round (26th overall) … signed 5-
Mike Patterson                                                                 year contract
2005       Drafted by PHI in 1st round (31st overall) … signed 5-   11/6/04    Signed to a 5-year contract extension thru 2011
           year contract                                            11/22/05 Placed on IR (ankle)
11/2/06    Signed 7-year contract extension thru 2016
                                                                    Bryan Smith
J.R. Reed                                                           2008      Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 4-year contract
2004        Drafted by PHI in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
8/30/05     Placed on NFI/Reserve list (peroneal nerve)             L.J. Smith
9/2/06      Released by PHI                                         2003       Drafted by PHI in 2nd round (61st overall) … signed 5-
9/4/06      Signed by STL                                                      year contract
11/14/06    Released by STL                                         2/7/08     Designated as franchise player by PHI
12/21/06    Signed by ATL                                           4/2/08     Signed by PHI to one-year contract
4/24/07     Released by ATL
8/21/07     Signed by NYG                                           Tra Thomas
9/1/07      Released by NYG                                         1998      Drafted by PHI in 1st round (11th overall) … signed 5-
9/2/07      Claimed off waivers by PHI from NYG                               year contract
9/11/07     Released by PHI                                         10/27/00 Signed to a 6-year contract extension thru 2008
9/19/07     Signed by PHI                                           11/20/05 Placed on IR (back)
2/28/08     Signed by PHI to 1-year contract
                                                                    Brian Westbrook
Sav Rocca                                                           2002      Drafted by PHI in 3rd round … signed 3-year contract
1/25/07   Signed by PHI as rookie free agent                        1/7/04     Placed on IR (tricep)
                                                                    6/1/05    Signed by PHI to a one-year contract
Jon Runyan                                                          11/6/05   Signed a 5-year contract extension thru 2010
1996       Drafted by HOU in 4th round … signed 4-year contract     12/13/05 Placed on IR (foot)
2/14/00 Signed by PHI to 6-year contract thru 2005
3/24/06 Signed by PHI to 3-year contract thru 2008

Asante Samuel
2003      Drafted by NE in 4th round … signed 4-year contract
2/16/07 Designated as franchise player by NE
8/28/07 Signed by NE to 1-year contract
2/29/08 Signed by PHI to 6-year contract
                                   EAGLES 2008 PERSONNEL MOVES
• Wednesday, January 2 - Re-signed DT Jeremy Clark, CB Therrian           • Wednesday, May 14 - Signed the following rookie free agents: QB
  Fontenot, WR Michael Gasperson, and WR Bill Sampy each to                 Casey Hansen (Norfolk State), LB Gary Butler (California, PA), and
  three-year contracts and FB Jason Davis to a two-year contract ...        LB Markell Staffieri (BYU).
  Released DT Ian Scott from the Injured Reserve list.                    • Friday, May 30 - Extended the contact of general manager Tom
• Tuesday, January 8 - Signed WR Jamal Jones and DE Xzavie                  Heckert through 2011 ... Named Howie Roseman vice president of
  Jackson each to three-year contracts ... Signed DE A.J. Schable to        player personnel ... Agreed to terms with S Quintin Demps (D4b-
  a two-year contract.                                                      08) on a four-year contract.
• Thursday, February 7 - Placed the franchise tag on TE L.J. Smith.       • Wednesday, June 4 - Signed G Mike McGlynn (D4a-08) to a four-
• Friday, February 22 - Signed WR Bam Childress to a two-year con-          year contract.
  tract.                                                                  • Friday, June 6 - Acquired FB Luke Lawton from the Indianapolis
• Thursday, February 28 - Agreed to terms with S J.R. Reed on a             Colts for a conditional draft choice in 2009 ... WR Bill Sampy was
  one-year contract ... Tendered a one-year contract offer to restrict-     waived/injured.
  ed free agent CB Joselio Hanson ... Released DE Jevon Kearse.           • Tuesday, June 10 - Named Jon Sandusky director of pro personnel
• Friday, February 29 - Signed CB Asante Samuel (New England                and Louis Riddick pro scout.
  Patriots) to a six-year contract ... Free agent FB Thomas Tapeh         • Friday, June 13 - Agreed to terms wtih DT Kimo von Oelhoffen on a
  signed a contract with the Minnesota Vikings.                             one-year contract ... Released LB Gary Butler, DT Jeremy Clark, CB
• Saturday, March 1 - Signed DE Chris Clemons (Oakland Raiders)             Tanard Davis, WR Terrell Golden, QB Casey Hansen, DE Xzavie
  to a five-year contract.                                                  Jackson, DT LaJuan Ramsey, DE A.J. Schable, and LB Markell
• Thursday, March 6 - Released LB Takeo Spikes.                             Staffieri ... Agreed to terms with G Mike Gibson (D6a-08) and LB
                                                                            Andy Studebaker (D6c-08) each to four-year contracts ... Named
• Monday, March 17 - Signed DT Dan Klecko (Indianapolis Colts) to           Jeremy Snyder pro scout and Mike Miller college scouting coordi-
  a two-year contract.                                                      nator.
• Monday, March 24 - Signed LB Rocky Boiman (Indianapolis Colts)          • Tuesday, June 17 - Agreed to terms with CB Jack Ikegwuonu (D4c-
  to a one-year contract.                                                   08), LB Joe Mays (D6b-08), and T King Dunlap (D7-08) each on
• Tuesday, March 25 - Free agent CB William James signed with the           four-year contracts.
  Buffalo Bills.                                                          • Tuesday, July 1 - Signed DE Bryan Smith (D3-08) to a four-year
• Wednesday, March 26 - Signed TE Kris Wilson (Kansas City Chiefs)          contract.
  to a three-year contract.                                               • Sunday, July 20 - Agreed to terms with WR DeSean Jackson (D2b-
• Tuesday, April 1 - Re-signed CB Joselio Hanson to a one-year con-         08) on a four-year contract.
  tract.                                                                  • Friday, July 25 - Placed G Shawn Andrews on the Reserve/Did Not
• Wednesday, April 2 - Re-signed TE L.J. Smith to a one-year con-           Report list ... Signed G Cameron Stephenson.
  tract.                                                                  • Friday, August 8 - Agreed to terms with RB Brian Westbrook on a
• Wednesday, April 16 - Signed P/K Richmond McGee to a three-               new contract.
  year contract.                                                          • Sunday, August 10 - Signed DT Mike Marquardt ... Released DT
• Saturday, April 26 - Traded a 1st round draft pick (19th overall) to      Kimo von Oelhoffen ... Placed G Shawn Andrews on the
  Carolina in exchange for a 2nd round draft pick (43rd overall), a         active/PUP list from the Reserve/Did Not Report list ... OL
  4th round draft pick (109th overall), and a 1st round draft pick in       Franklin Dunbar was waived/injured.
  2009 ... Acquired RB Lorenzo Booker from Miami for a 4th round          • Saturday, August 23 - Released WR Frantz Hardy, FB Luke Lawton,
  draft pick (115th overall) ... Traded a 2nd round draft pick (43rd        and G Cameron Stephenson.
  overall) and a 5th round draft pick (152nd overall) to Minnesota in
  exchange for a 2nd round draft pick (47th overall) and a 4th round      • Tuesday, August 26 - Released K Richmond McGee, and placed CB
  draft pick (117th overall) ... Selected DT Trevor Laws (Notre Dame)       Jack Ikegwuonu on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list.
  in the 2nd round (47th overall) ... Selected WR DeSean Jackson          • Friday, August 29 - Released WR Bam Childress, CB Therrian
  (California) in the 2nd round (49th overall).                             Fontenot, CB Nick Graham, WR Jamal Jones, RB Ryan Moats
• Sunday, April 27 - Selected DE Bryan Smith (McNeese St.) in the           (waived/injured), S Marcus Paschal, OL Stefan Rodgers, and LB
  3rd round (80th overall) ... Selected G Mike McGlynn (Pittsburgh)         Pago Tagofau.
  in the 4th round (109th overall) ... Selected FS Quintin Demps          • Saturday, August 30 - Released CB Kyle Arrington, FB Jed Collins,
  (UTEP) in the 4th round (117th overall) ... Selected CB Jack              FB Jason Davis, WR Michael Gasperson, DT Mike Marquardt, WR
  Ikegwuonu (Wisconsin) in the 4th round (131st overall) ...                Shaheer McBride, DE Jerome McDougle, DT Montae Reagor, LB
  Selected G Mike Gibson (California) in the 6th round (184th over-         Justin Roland, LB Andy Studebaker, TE Kris Wilson and G Scott
  all) ... Traded a 6th round draft pick to Cleveland for a 5th round       Young ... Placed T King Dunlap (ankle) and G Mike Gibson (shoul-
  draft pick in 2009 ... Selected LB Joe Mays (North Dakota State) in       der) on Injured Reserve.
  the 6th round (200th overall) ... Selected LB Andy Studebaker           • Sunday, August 31 - Claimed LB Tank Daniels off waivers from the
  (Wheaton) in the 6th round (203rd overall) ... Selected T King            New York Giants ... Released LB Rocky Boiman.
  Dunlap (Auburn) in the 7th round (230th overall).                       • Monday, September 1 - Signed CB Kyle Arrington, FB Jed Collins,
• Monday, April 28 - Agreed to terms with the following rookie free         DT Mike Marquardt, WR Shaheer McBride, T Chris Patrick, WR
  agents: CB Kyle Arrington (Hofstra), FB Jed Collins (Washington           Willie Reid, LB Andy Studebaker and CB Trae Williams to the
  State), T Franklin Dunbar (Middle Tennessee State), WR Terrell            practice squad.
  Golden (Penn State), WR Frantz Hardy (Nebraska), WR Shaheer             • Tuesday, September 9 - Signed DB Jonathan Hefney to the prac-
  McBride (Delaware State), and LB Justin Roland (Kansas State).            tice squad ... Released CB Kyle Arrington from the practice squad.
                    2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES STATISTICS - Won 1, Lost 1
9/7/2008                   W                38- 3                                St. Louis Rams             Rushing                    No.               Yds           Avg           Long          TD
9/15/2008                  L                37- 41                           at Dallas Cowboys              B.Westbrook                 37               149            4.0            18           3
                                                                                                            D.McNabb                     6                23            3.8            10           0
Team Statistics                                              Eagles                           Opp.          L.Booker                     5                  9           1.8              4          0
Total First Downs ..............................................51 ..........................28             C.Buckhalter                 2                  5           2.5              7          0
  Rushing ........................................................16 ............................7          T.Hunt                       2                  3           1.5              2          1
  Passing ........................................................28............................18          K.Kolb                       3                 -3          -1.0             -1          0
  Penalty............................................................7 ............................3        Eagles                      55               186            3.4            18           4
  3rd Down: Made/Att..................................13/26 ........................6/21                    Opponents                   39               104            2.7            19           1
  3rd Down Pct. ..........................................50.0% ....................28.6%
  4th Down: Made/Att ....................................0/1..........................0/0                   Receiving                  No.               Yds           Avg           Long          TD
  4th Down Pct. ............................................0.0% ..........................0.0              D.Jackson                   12               216          18.0             60           0
Possession Avg. ..........................................33:04 ......................26:56                 G.Lewis                      8               140           17.5            52           0
Total Net Yards................................................859 ........................546              B.Westbrook                  8                46            5.8            18           2
  Avg. Per Game ..........................................429.5 ......................273.0                 L.Smith                      6                49            8.2            10           1
  Total Plays....................................................135 ..........................99           J.Avant                      5                73          14.6             31           0
  Avg. Per Play ................................................6.4 ..........................5.5           H.Baskett                    4               112          28.0            90t           1
Net Yards Rushing ..........................................186..........................104                B.Celek                      3                34           11.3            19           0
  Avg. Per Game ............................................93.0 ........................52.0               C.Buckhalter                 2                15            7.5             8           0
  Total Rushes ..................................................55 ..........................39            L.Booker                     2                 8            4.0             8           0
Net Yards Passing............................................673 ........................442                T.Hunt                       1                 2            2.0             2           0
  Avg. Per Game ..........................................336.5 ......................221.0                 Eagles                      51               695          13.6            90t           4
  Sacked/Yards Lost......................................4/22........................4/28                   Opponents                   35               470          13.4            72t           3
  Gross Yards ................................................695..........................470
  Attempts/Completions ..............................76/51 ......................56/35                      Interceptions                 No.            Yds           Avg           Long          TD
  Completion Pct. ........................................67.1%......................62.5%                  A.Samuel                        1             14          14.0             14           0
  Had Intercepted ..............................................0..............................1            Eagles                          1             14          14.0             14           0
Punts/Average ............................................7/48.7....................13/48.1
Net Punting Avg. ............................................44.6 ........................39.7              Punting              No.         Yds          Avg      Net        TB      In      Lg     B
Penalties/Yards ............................................9/85 ....................19/174                 S.Rocca                7         341         48.7     44.6         1       3      61     0
Fumbles/Ball Lost ............................................4/1 ..........................3/1             Eagles                 7         341         48.7     44.6         1       3      61     0
Touchdowns ......................................................9 ............................5            Opponents             13         625         48.1     39.7         0       4      57     0
  Rushing ..........................................................4..............................1        Punt Returns               Ret         FC           Yds            Avg         Long     TD
  Passing ..........................................................4 ............................3         D.Jackson                   10          0           109           10.9           60      0
  Returns............................................................1..............................1       J.Hanson                     1          0             0            0.0            0      0
Score By Periods                           Q1        Q2         Q3         Q4         OT       PTS          Eagles                      11          0           109            9.9           60      0
Eagles                                     20        31         10         14          0        75          Opponents                    4          0             9            2.3            6      0
Opponents                                  14        10          7         13          0        44          Kickoff Returns                        No.          Yds        Avg         Long         TD
Scoring                      TD      Ru       Pa       Ret       K-PAT             FG      S       PTS      Q.Demps                                  7          168       24.0           47          0
B.Westbrook                   5       3        2         0         0/0            0/0      0        30      G.Lewis                                  1            6        6.0            6          0
D.Akers                       0       0        0         0         9/9            4/4      0        21      Eagles                                   8          174       21.8           47          0
L.Smith                       1       0        1         0         0/0            0/0      0         6      Opponents                               12          342       28.5          98t          1
H.Baskett                     1       0        1         0         0/0            0/0      0         6
                                                                                                            Field Goals            1-19         20-29            30-39             40-49          50+
C.Gocong                      1       0        0         1         0/0            0/0      0         6
                                                                                                            D.Akers                0/ 0          2/ 2              1/ 1              1/ 1         0/ 0
T.Hunt                        1       1        0         0         0/0            0/0      0         6
                                                                                                            Eagles                 0/ 0          2/ 2              1/ 1              1/ 1         0/ 0
Eagles                        9       4        4         1         9/9            4/4      0        75
                                                                                                            Opponents              0/ 0          0/ 0             0/ 0              2/ 2          1/ 1
Opponents                     5       1        3         1         5/5            3/3      0        44
                                                                                                            Akers: (23G) (34G, 44G, 22G)
2-Pt. Conversions: Eagles 0-0, Opponents 0-0                                                                Opponents: (46G) (51G, 47G)
Sacks: D.Klecko 1.0, Q.Mikell 1.0, S.Bradley 1.0, D.Howard 0.5, M.Patterson
0.5 Team: 4.0, Opponents: 4.0

Fumbles Lost: D.McNabb 1 Total: 1
Opponent Fumble Recoveries: C.Gocong 1 Total: 1

Passing               Att Cmp           Yds        Cmp%        Yds/Att       TD     TD% Int             Int% Long    Sack/Lost     Rating
D.McNabb              70   46           642        65.7%           9.2        4    5.7% 0               0.0%  90t        4/22       114.1
K.Kolb                 6     5           53        83.3%           8.8        0    0.0% 0               0.0%   16         0/0       103.5
Eagles                76    51          695        67.1%           9.1        4    5.3% 0               0.0%  90t        4/22       113.7
Opponents             56   35           470        62.5%           8.4        3    5.4%   1             1.8%  72t        4/28        99.5
                         2008 DEFENSIVE & SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                            DEFENSIVE STATS                                                                SPECIAL TEAMS
                              TACKLES               For    Quarterback                                              Tkls       Blk        1st       FF       FR       PTS
  PLAYER                 Total Solo Asst           Loss    Sacks Hur INT      KD    FF FR   Jordan                     3        18          0        0        0        53
Mikell, S                  24     17   7              0        1     1 0        1    1 0    Demps                      2         9          9        0        0        50
Bradley, LB                21     13   8              1        1    0  0        2    0 0    Hanson                     2         9          0        0        0        42
Dawkins, S                  11     6   5              2        0     1 0        2    1 0    Considine                  4        18          0        0        0        41
Brown, CB                  10      7   3              0        0    0  0        0    1 0    Akers                      0         0          0        0        0        37
Patterson, DT                9     5   4              0      0.5    0  0        0    0 0    Rocca                      0         0          0        0        0        29
Parker, DE                   9     4   5              0        0     1 0        0    0 0    Daniels                    3        10          0        0        0        23
Considine, S                 7     3   4              1        0    0  0        0    0 0    Baskett                    2         8          2        0        0        23
Bunkley, DT                  6     5   1              0        0     2 0        0    0 0    Reed                       1         7          0        0        0        23
Gocong, LB                   6     2   4              0        0     1 0        0    0  1   Clemons                    1        12          1        0        0        23
Gaither, LB                  5     4   1              0        0    0  0        1    0 0    N.Cole                     0        18          0        0        0        22
Cole, DE                     5     2   3              1        0    0  0        0    0 0    Hunt                       1        11          0        0        0        21
Samuel, CB                   4     2   2              0        0    0  1        4    0 0    Dorenbos                   1        14          0        0        0        18
Howard, DE                   3     2   1              1      0.5     2 0        0    0 0    Lewis                      0        12          1        0        0        18
Sheppard, CB                 3     2   1              0        0    0  0        0    0 0    Avant                      1        10          0        0        0        17
Klecko, DT                   1     1   0              0        1    0  0        0    0 0    Runyan                     0        13          0        0        0        15
Jordan, LB                   1     1   0              0        0    0  0        0    0 0    Buckhalter                 0         8          0        0        0        14
Laws, DT                     1     0   1              0        0    0  0        0    0 0    Gocong                     3         0          0        0        0        12
Hanson, CB                   1     0   1              0        0    0  0        0    0 0    Thomas                     0        12          0        0        0        12
Clemons, DE                  0     0   0              0        0    0  0        1    0 0    Andrews                    0        12          0        0        0        12
TOTALS                    127     76  51              6        4    8  1       11    3  1   Herremans                  0        12          0        0        0        12
                                                                                            Celek                      0        17          0        0        0        12
                  QUARTERBACK SACKS (4)                                                     Jackson
                                                                                            Klecko
                                                                                                                       0
                                                                                                                       0
                                                                                                                                 9
                                                                                                                                 3
                                                                                                                                            0
                                                                                                                                            0
                                                                                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                                              0
                                                                                                                                                              0
                                                                                                                                                                        9
                                                                                                                                                                        7
Bradley (1.0) - 1 vs. StL                           Howard (0.5) - 0.5 vs. StL              Smith                      0         6          0        0        0         6
Klecko (1.0) - 1 vs. StL                            Patterson (0.5) - 0.5 vs. StL           Schobel                    0         4          0        0        0         6
Mikell (1.0) - 1 vs. StL                                                                    Jackson                    0         0          0        0        0         3
                                                                                            Laws                       0         3          0        0        0         3
                           INTERCEPTIONS (1)                                                Booker                     0         0          0        0        0         2
Samuel (1) - 1-14 at Dal
                                                                                            Gaither                    0         1          0        0        0         0
                                                                                            TOTALS                   24        256         13        0        0       565

                            TOUCHDOWNS (1)                                                  Special Teams Key: tkls (total tackles), blk (blocks), 1st (first man downfield in
                                                                                            coverage), ff (forced fumbles), fr (fumbles recovered), pts (production points as
Gocong, fumble recovery in end zone at Dal                                                  graded by coaching staff)


                        SINGLE-GAME BESTS
Tackles: 13 by Stewart Bradley vs. StL and by Quintin Mikell at Dal
Tackles for Loss: 2 by Brian Dawkins at Dal
Sacks: 1 by three players
Passes Defensed: 3 by Asante Samuel vs. StL
Interceptions: 1 by Asante Samuel at Dal
Forced Fumbles: 1 by three players
Fumble Recoveries: 1 by Chris Gocong at Dal
Special Teams Tackles: 3 by Chris Gocong at Dal
                2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS
DRIVE ENGINEERING
                              Drives                       Drives Ended By                                Points         Pts./            Quarterback
Quarterback                  Started     TD     FG MFG Punt Down INT             Fum Sfty Clock           Yielded        Drive          Drive Efficiency
D.McNabb                       22         8      4  0    7        1     0         1   0     2               68           3.09                       54.5
K.Kolb                          1         0      0  0   0         0     0         0   0     1                0           0.00                        0.0
PHILADELPHIA                   23         8      4  0    7        1     0         1   0     3               68           2.96                       52.2
Opponents                      23         4      3  0   13        0     1         1   0     1                37          1.61                       30.4

KICKOFF ANALYSIS
                                                                         Opp Avg.             Opp. KR     Opp. KR      Opp. Start Opp. KR Opp. KR
Kicker                        Total    Onside    Squib      Dir.     Start EZ     TB   Pen.    Yds          Avg          In20      x50     TD
D.Akers                        15       0/0        0         0       27.2 8        3    0      342         28.5          4         1       1
Opponents                      10       0/0        1         0       29.2 1        1    1       174        21.8          0         0       0

FIRST DOWN TENDENCIES
                                      Rushing                  Passing              Overall                                  Times Gained
Team                          Plays     Yards Avg.     Plays    Yards Avg.     Plays Yards      Avg.     <4    4-10      11-20    21-30 31-40        41+
PHILADELPHIA                   26        47   1.81      36       269 7.47       62    316       5.09     34     18         7        1     0            2
Opponents                      23        72   3.13      21       153   7.29     44    225       5.11     25     12         3        2     2            0

YARDS GAINED ANALYSIS
                  1st Down    2nd Down    3rd Down     4th Down     Season                              By Half     Neg. Plays    Big Plays
Team             Att Yds Avg Att Yds Avg Att Yds Avg Att Yds Avg Att Yds Avg                           1st 2nd Rush Yds Sack Yds +10r +20p
PHILADELPHIA     62 327 5.27 46 319 6.93 26 206 7.92 1    7 7.00 135 859 6.36                          553 306 5     12    4   22 4      7
Opponents        44 225 5.11 34 176 5.18 21 145 6.90 0    0 0.00 99 546 5.52                           279 267 8     24    4   28 3      8

THIRD AND FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS                                                                                                    3rd & 4th
                                       3rd Down and...                                                              4th Down and...              Down
Team                1    2    3     4    5     6    7   8   9  10                      +10      Total          1       <4     >5    Total        Total
PHILADELPHIA      3-4 3-3 0-1 0-0 0-4 2-3 1-1          1-2 1-2 0-1                      2-5     13-26         0-0     0-0    0-1     0-1         13-27
                  75.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 66.7 100.0 50.0 50.0 0.0                      40.0      50.0         0.0     0.0    0.0     0.0          48.1
Opponents          0-1   1-1 1-3   1-1 0-1    0-1 0-1  0-0 1-2 2-3                      0-7      6-21         0-0     0-0    0-0     0-0          6-21
                  0.0 100.0 33.3 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 50.0 66.7                       0.0      28.6          0.0     0.0    0.0     0.0          28.6

TURNOVER ANALYSIS
PHILADELPHIA’s 1 turnovers led to 7 Opponent points: 1 TD, 0 FG; 15.91% of Opponents’ total points (44)
OPPONENTS’ 2 turnovers led to 14 Philadelphia points: 2 TD, 0 FG; 18.67% of Philadelphia’s total points (75)

AVERAGE STARTING FIELD POSITION                                             TIME SPENT IN THE LEAD
                                                   Phila.          Opp.                                                   Phila.    Opp.      Tied
Drives Started                                        23             23     Through 2 Games (120:00 minutes)              92:05    20:55      7:00
Average Field Position                              32.4           22.0     Percentage of time in the lead                 76.7      17.4      5.8
Drives Started in Plus Territory                        3             1
Drives Started Inside/at Own 20                      4/1            7/4     REPLAY CHALLENGES
                                                                                                     Off.     Def.    Sp Teams    Total
RED ZONE SCORING                                                                                  Chlg Ovtn Chlg Ovtn Chlg Ovtn Chlg Ovtn
                                                  Phila.          Opp.      By Eagles                0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0
Times Penetrated Opponent 20                           11             3     By Opponent              0    0    1    1    0    0    1    1
Total Scores                                           10             3     By Official              1    0    0    0    0    0    1    0
    Touchdowns (Rush-Pass)                        7 (4-3)       3 (1-2)
    Field Goals-Attempts                              3-3          0-0  TOP 10 FIRST DOWNS EARNED
Turnovers-Downs-Punts-Clock                      0-0-0-1       0-0-0-0  Player               Rush Pass Rec. Total
Scores from Outside the 20 (TD-FG)                2 (1-1)       4 (1-3) D.McNabb                 1    25    -    26
Overall Scoring Percentage                          90.9         100.0  B.Westbrook             13     -    2    15
    TD Percentage                                   63.6         100.0  D.Jackson                -     -    7      7
                                                                        G.Lewis                  -     -    7      7
GOAL-TO-GO SITUATIONS                                                   J.Avant                  -     -    4      4
Team          Total TD FG MFG Dwn           Fbl INT Clk TD% Scor% K.Kolb                         -     3    -      3
PHILADELPHIA      9 7 2     0   0             0     0 0 77.8      100.0 L.Smith                  -     -    3      3
Opponents         2 2 0     0   0             0     0 0 100.0     100.0 H.Baskett                -     -    2      2
                                                                        B.Celek                  -     -    2      2
PENALTY BREAKDOWN                                                       T.Hunt                   2     -    -      2
                                                  Phila.       Opp.
Total Penalties (Yards Lost)                      9 (85)    19 (174)    TRUE QUARTERBACK RUSHING
Offensive Penalties (Yards Lost)                  4 (25)      9 (51)    Player         Att. Yds. Avg. Kneeldowns Adjusted Spiked Pass
Defensive Penalties (Yards Lost)                  3 (45)     8 (103)    D.McNabb         6 23 3.8             0-0 6-23-3.8                 0
Special Teams Penalties (Yards Lost)              2 (15)      2 (20)    K.Kolb            3 -3 -1.0         3-(-3)     0-0-0.0             0
1st Downs Given Up by Penalty                          3           6
EXPANDED PUNTING                 No. Ret.   Avg. Long %Not Net                                 Inside Own 25 Opp Terr.          Adj. 50 & out
Player     Punts Yds Avg. Ret. Yds.          Ret.    Ret. Ret. Avg. In20 In10       FC   TB No. Yds. Avg. No.Yards          No. Yds. Avg.
S.Rocca          7   341 48.7       4   9     2.3       6 42.9 44.6      3      2    0     1     2 110 55.0         2-79       5 262 52.4
Opponents      13 625 48.1         11 109     9.9     60 15.4 39.7       4      2    0    0      6 311 51.8          0-0     13 625 48.1
                                                                            GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATS
OFFENSE          First Downs                 3rd Down 4th Dn.Time Total Net Yds                           Rushing                                    Passing                            Punting         Penalty FumbleRed Zone                         TDs
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9/7    STL       28       8    17      3      8    14 .571       0     0 35:10      71     522 7.4       32      108 3.4       414      0       0     414     39    26 .667       0     4 41.5 42.0      4    41      1     0     6    4    1     2      3     0
9/15   at Dal    23       8    11      4      5    12 .417       0     1 30:58      64     337 5.3       23       78 3.4       259      4     22      281     37    25 .676       0     3 51.7 48.0      5    44      3     1     5    3    2     2      1     1
9/21   PIT
9/28   at Chi
10/5   WASH
10/12 at SF
10/26 ATL
11/2   at Sea
11/9   NYG
11/16 at Cin
11/23 at Bal
11/27 ARZ
12/7   at NYG
12/15 CLE
12/21 at Wash
12/28 DAL
       Totals 51 16 28                 7 13        26 .500       0     1 33:04     135     859 6.4       55     186 3.4        673     4     22      695      76    51 .671       0     7 48.7 44.6      9   85       4     1 11       7    3     4      4     1
                                                                                       429.5                   93.0                                   336.5

DEFENSE          First Downs                 3rd Down 4th Dn.Time Total Net Yds                           Rushing                                    Passing                            Punting         PenaltyFumbleRed Zone                          TDs
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9/7    STL         8      1      6     1      0    11 .000       0     0 24:50      45     166 3.7       15       36 2.4       130      4     28      158     26    14 .538       0 10 48.5 38.8         9    66      1     0     0    0    0     0      0     0
9/15   at Dal    20       6    12      2      6    10 .600       0     0 29:02      54     380 7.0       24       68 2.8       312      0       0     312     30    21 .700       1     3 46.7 42.7 10 108            2     1     3    3    0     1      3     1
9/21   PIT
9/28   at Chi
10/5   WASH
10/12 at SF
10/26 ATL
11/2   at Sea
11/9   NYG
11/16 at Cin
11/23 at Bal
11/27 ARZ
12/7   at NYG
12/15 CLE
12/21 at Wash
12/28 DAL
       Totals 28          7    18      3      6    21 .286       0     0 26:56     99      546 5.5       39     104 2.7        442     4     28      470      56    35 .625       1 13 48.1 39.7 19 174               3     1     3    3    0     1      3     1
                                                                                       273.0                   52.0                                   221.0
                   2008 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES TURNOVER BREAKDOWN
                                                        TAKEAWAYS
                                                    Starting   Point of   Resulting
Date       Opponent          Turnover               L.O.S.     Turnover   L.O.S.      Qtr.   Result (pts)
9/7        vs. StL           None
9/15       at Dal            A.Samuel INT           Dal 28     Dal 42     Dal 28      1      Touchdown (7)
                             C.Gocong FR in endzone Dal 3      End zone   End zone    2      Touchdown (7)


Totals: 2 takeaways resulted in 14 points


                                                        GIVEAWAYS
                                                    Starting   Point of   Resulting
Date       Opponent          Turnover               L.O.S.     Turnover   L.O.S.      Qtr.   Result (pts)
9/7        vs. StL           None
9/15       at Dal.           D.McNabb fumble        Dal 33     Dal 33     Dal 33      4      Touchdown (7)


Totals: 1 giveaways resulted in 7 points


L.O.S. - Line of scrimmage
* - Red zone play
ST - Special teams play
(TB) - Touch back
                                                      BIG PLAYS
                  Rushes of 10-yards or more; Pass completions of 20-yards or more; Returns of 30-yards or more

                                           9/7/08 VS ST. LOUIS
                          EAGLES                                                                RAMS
Run Pass Ret. Description                                        Run Pass Ret. Description
     47       Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson                        24       Marc Bulger to Steven Jackson
     31       Donovan McNabb to Jason Avant                           31       Marc Bulger to Randy McMichael
18            Brian Westbrook run                                     21       Marc Bulger to Dane Looker
     52       Donovan McNabb to Greg Lewis
     90t      Donovan McNabb to Hank Baskett
     25       Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson
         60 DeSean Jackson punt return
11            Brian Westbrook run

                                            9/15/08 AT DALLAS
                          EAGLES                                                              COWBOYS
Run Pass Ret. Description                                        Run Pass Ret. Description
14            Brian Westbrook run                                     72t      Tony Romo to Terrell Owens
     60       Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson                            98t Felix Jones kickoff return
     20       Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson                             43 Felix Jones kickoff return
10            Donovan McNabb run                                      20       Tony Romo to Martellus Bennett
          47 Quintin Demps kickoff return                        11            Marion Barber run
                                                                      42       Tony Romo to Jason Witten
                                                                           31 Felix Jones kickoff return
                                                                 18            Marion Barber run
                                                                 19            Marion Barber run
                                                                      25       Tony Romo to Marion Barber
                                                                      32       Tony Romo to Jason Witten
                                                   THE LAST TIME...
                                                      TEAM TOTALS
Won in Overtime
By Eagles:     10/24/04         Eagles win at Cleveland, 34-31
By Opponent: 9/17/06            Giants win at Philadelphia, 30-24

Won by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of Regulation
By Eagles:     9/25/05         Eagles win vs. Oakland, 23-20 (last score at 0:09)
By Opponent: 10/21/07          Bears win at Philadelphia, 19-16 (last score at 0:09)

Tied Game by Scoring in the Last Two Minutes of Regulation
By Eagles:     12/11/05         Eagles loss vs. NY Giants, 26-23 ot (tied game at 1:52)
By Opponent: 10/15/06           Giants win at Philadelphia, 30-24 ot (tied game at 0:10)

Won on National Television
By Eagles:     12/16/07         Eagles win at Dallas, 10-6
By Opponent: 9/15/08            Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37

Won in Prime Time
By Eagles:     12/4/06          Eagles win vs. Carolina, 27-24
By Opponent: 9/15/08            Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37

Shutout
By Eagles:      12/1/1996       Win vs. Giants at Philadephia, 24-0
By Opponent:    12/5/05         Seahawks win at Philadelphia, 42-0

Won by 20-or-more Points
By Eagles:    9/7/08            Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3
By Opponent: 11/4/07            Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-17

Won After Trailing by 20-or-More Points
By Eagles:       10/3/1993      Eagles win at NY Jets, 35-30 (Jets ahead 21-0 in 2nd quarter)
By Opponent: 9/12/1999          Cardinals win at Philadelphia, 25-24 (Eagles ahead 21-0 in 1st quarter)

Held a 28-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles:     9/7/08           Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (35)
By Opponent: 11/4/07            Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-10 (28)

Held a 21-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles:      9/7/08          Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (35)
By Opponent: 11/4/07            Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-17 (21)

Held a 14-or-More Point Lead
By Eagles:      9/7/08          Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (35)
By Opponent: 11/4/07            Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-17 (21)

Scored 20-or-More Points in a Quarter
By Eagles:     9/15/08         Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (24 points, 2nd Q)
By Opponent: 12/5/05           Seahawks win at Philadelphia, 42-0 (21 points, 2nd Q)

Scored 20-or-More Points in a Half
By Eagles:     9/15/08         Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (30 points, 1st half)
By Opponent: 9/15/08           Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37 (24 points, 1st half)

Held Opponent without a Touchdown
By Eagles:    9/7/08          Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (1 FG)
By Opponent: 9/17/06          Redskins win at Philadelphia, 20-12 (4 FGs)

Touchdowns Scored by Offense and Defense
By Eagles:    9/15/08        Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (3 offense, 1 defense)
By Opponent: 11/25/07        Patriots win at New England, 31-28 (3 offense, 1 defense)
                                                   THE LAST TIME...
                                                      TEAM TOTALS
Touchdowns Scored by Offense, Defense and Special Teams
By Eagles:    12/24/1994      Eagles loss at Cincinnati, 33-30 (1 offense, 1 defense, 1 special teams)
By Opponent: 11/19/06         Titans win at Philadelphia, 31-13 (2 offense, 1 defense, 1 special teams)

Touchdown Scored on First Drive
By Eagles:    9/7/08           Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3
By Opponent: 9/15/08           Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37

Safety Scored
By Eagles:      12/7/03         Cowboys center Matt Lehr errant snap goes out of end zone at Philadelphia
By Opponent:    1/19/02         Sean Landeta runs out of the back of the end zone at Chicago [playoffs]
                9/9/1996        Rodney Peete sacked in end zone by Reggie White and Santana Dotson at Green Bay

Successful Two Point Conversion
By Eagles:     12/17/06        L.J. Smith pass from Jeff Garcia at NY Giants
By Opponent: 10/17/04          Keary Colbert pass from Jake Delhomme vs. Carolina

Failed Two Point Conversion Attempt
By Eagles:      11/11/07        Pass failed from Donovan McNabb to Matt Schobel
By Opponent: 11/11/07           Pass failed Jason Campbell to Antwan Randle El

Fumble Recovered for Touchdown
By Eagles:     9/15/08       Chris Gocong recovered a Tony Romo fumble in the end zone at Dallas
By Opponent: 9/30/07         Kavika Mitchell recovered a Donovan McNabb fumble and returned it 17 yards at NY Giants

Touchdown off of Fake Field Goal
By Eagles:     12/24/1989      Cris Carter 22-yard pass from Roger Ruzek vs. Phoenix
By Opponent: 12/20/1998        Holder Eric Bjornson 7-yard run at Dallas

Touchdown off of Fake Punt
By Eagles:     9/29/02        Brian Dawkins 57 yard pass from Brian Mitchell vs. Houston
By Opponent: (could not find an instance when it occurred)

No Turnovers
By Eagles:      9/7/08          Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3
By Opponent:    9/7/08          Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3

Touchdown Drive of 10-or-More Plays
By Eagles:    9/15/08          Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (11 plays; Brian Westbrook 1-yd. run)
By Opponent: 11/25/07          Patriots win at New England, 31-28 (10 plays; Laurence Maroney 4-yd. run)

Touchdown Drive of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles:    9/7/08          Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (92 yards; Hank Baskett 90-yd. pass from Donovan McNabb)
By Opponent: 9/15/08          Cowboys win at Dallas (86 yards; Terrell Owens 72-yd. pass from Tony Romo)

Touchdown Drive of Five-or-More Minutes
By Eagles:    9/15/08          Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (5:51; Brian Westbrook 1-yd. run)
By Opponent: 9/15/08           Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37 (6:02; Marion Barber 17-yd. pass from Tony Romo)
                                                   THE LAST TIME...
                                                OFFENSIVE TOTALS
500-or-More Total Net Yards of Offense
By Eagles:     9/7/08           Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (522; 108 rushing, 414 passing)
By Opponent: 10/30/05           Eagles loss at Denver, 49-21 (564; 255 rushing, 309 passing)

400-or-More Total Net Yards of Offense
By Eagles:     9/7/08           Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (522; 108 rushing, 414 passing)
By Opponent: 11/25/07           Patriots win at New England, 31-28 (410; 48 rushing, 362 passing)

300-or More Net Yards Rushing by Team
By Eagles:     9/3/2000        Eagles win at Dallas, 41-14 (306)
By Opponent: 9/25/1960        Browns win at Philadephia, 41-24 (329)

200-or-More Net Yards Rushing by Team
By Eagles:     11/18/07       Eagles win vs. Miami, 17-7 (202)
By Opponent: 12/10/2006       Redskins loss at Washington, 21-19 (210)

Individual 200-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles:      9/3/2000      Duce Staley (26-201-1TD) at Dallas
By Opponent: 12/28/2002       Tiki Barber (32-203-0TDs) at New York

Individual 150-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles:      10/20/2002     Duce Staley (24-152-0TDs) vs. Tampa Bay
By Opponent: 12/10/2006        Ladell Betts (33-171-0TDs) at Washington

Individual 100-Yard Rushing Game
By Eagles:      12/23/07       Brian Westbrook (17-100-0TDs) at New Orleans
By Opponent: 12/30/07          Marshawn Lynch (22-105-0TDs) vs. Buffalo

Two 100-Yard Rushers in the Same Game
By Eagles:     10/28/02        Duce Staley (24-126-0TDs) & Donovan McNabb (8-107-1TD) vs. NY Giants
By Opponent: 10/30/05          Mike Anderson (21-126-1TD) and Tatum Bell (14-107-2TDs) at Denver

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games
By Eagles:     11/11/07-11/18/07             Brian Westbrook (20-100-1TD) at Washington; Brian Westbrook (32-148-0TDs) vs. Miami
By Opponent: 11/19/06 - 11/26/06             Travis Henry (18-143-1TD) vs. Ten.; Joseph Addai (24-171-4TDs) at Ind.

Combined 200-Yard Rushing by Two Players
By Eagles:    10/28/02       237 by Duce Staley (24-126-0TDs) & Donovan McNabb (8-107-1TD) vs. NY Giants
By Opponent: 12/10/06        209 by Ladell Betts (33-171-0TDs) & Jason campbell (4-38-0TDs) at Washington

Individual with 30-or-More Carries
By Eagles:       11/18/07       Brian Westbrook (32-148-0TDs) vs. Miami
By Opponent: 11/11/07           Clinton Portis (30-137-0TDs) at Washington

Individual with 25-or-More Carries
By Eagles:       11/18/07        Brian Westbrook (32-148-0TDs) vs. Miami
By Opponent: 11/11/07            Clinton Portis (30-137-0TDs) at Washington

Rushing Play of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles:      10/1/00        85t by Brian Mitchell vs. Atlanta
By Opponent: 9/30/01           80 by Troy Hambrick vs. Dallas

Rushing Play of 60-or-More Yards
By Eagles:      9/24/06        71t by Brian Westbrook at San Francisco
By Opponent: 11/19/06          70t by Travis Henry vs. Tennessee

Rushing Play of 40-or-More Yards
By Eagles:      12/23/07       40 by Donovan McNabb at New Orleans
By Opponent: 12/30/07          56 by Marshawn Lynch vs. Buffalo
                                                     THE LAST TIME...
                                                  OFFENSIVE TOTALS
Individual with Two-or-More Rushing Touchdowns
By Eagles:       9/15/08       Brian Westbrook (18-58-2TDs) at Dallas
By Opponent: 12/23/07          Aaron Stecker (13-49-2TDs) at New Orleans

400 Net Yards Passing by Team
By Eagles:     9/7/08         Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (414)
By Opponent: 11/4/07          Cowboys win at Philadelphia, 38-17 (434)

300 Net Yards Passing by Team
By Eagles:     9/7/08         Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (414)
By Opponent: 9/15/08          Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37 (312)

Individual with 50-or-More Pass Attempts
By Eagles:       10/23/05       Donovan McNabb (54-35-287-2-1TD) vs. San Diego
By Opponent: 11/25/07           Tom Brady (54-34-380-0-1TD) at New England

Individual with 40-or-More Pass Attempts
By Eagles:       12/30/07       Donovan McNabb (41-29-345-1TD) vs. Buffalo
By Opponent: 12/23/07           Drew Brees (45-30-289-1-0TDs) at New Orleans

Individual with 30-or-More Pass Completions
By Eagles:       10/23/05       Donovan McNabb (54-35-287-2-1TD) vs. San Diego
By Opponent: 12/23/07           Drew Brees (45-30-289-1-0TDs) at New Orleans

Individual with 25-or-More Pass Completions
By Eagles:       9/15/08        Donovan McNabb (37-25-281-0-1TD) at Dallas
By Opponent: 12/23/07           Drew Brees (45-30-289-1-0TDs) at New Orleans

No Sacks Allowed
By Eagles:     9/7/08            Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (39 attempts - Donovan McNabb, 33 attempts; Kevin Kolb, 6 attempts)
By Opponent: 9/15/08             Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37 (30 attempts - Tony Romo)

Individual 300-Yard Passing Game
By Eagles:      9/7/08         Donovan McNabb (33-21-361-0-3TDs) vs. St. Louis
By Opponent: 9/15/08           Tony Romo (30-21-312-1-3TDs) at Dallas

Consecutive 300-Yard Passing Games
By Eagles:     9/10/06 - 9/17/06 Donovan McNabb (35-24-314-1-3TDs) at Houston; McNabb (45-27-350-0-2TDs) vs. NY Giants
By Opponent: 12/2/90 - 12/9/90 Jim Kelly (32-19-334-1-3TDs) at Buffalo; Dan Marino (54-27-365-0-2TDs) at Miami

Individual with Four-or-More Touchdown Passes
By Eagles:       11/11/07       Donovan McNabb (28-20-251-0-4TDs) at Washington
By Opponent: 10/30/05           Jake Plummer (35-22-309-0-4TDs) at Denver

Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown Passes
By Eagles:       9/7/08         Donovan McNabb (33-21-361-0-3TDs) vs. St. Louis
By Opponent: 9/15/08            Tony Romo (30-21-312-1-3TDs) at Dallas

Individual with 10-or-more Receptions
By Eagles:       11/4/07        Brian Westbrook (14-90-0TDs) vs. Dallas
By Opponent: 11/25/07           Wes Welker (13-149-0 TDs) at New England

Individual with 150-Yard Receiving Game
By Eagles:       9/23/07         Kevin Curtis (11-221-3TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent: 11/4/07             Terrell Owens (10-174-1TD) vs. Dallas

Individual with 100-Yard Receiving Game
By Eagles:       9/15/08        DeSean Jackson (6-110-0TD) at Dallas
By Opponent: 9/15/08            Jason Witten (7-110-0TD) at Dallas
                                                   THE LAST TIME...
                                                OFFENSIVE TOTALS
Two 100-Yard Receivers in the Same Game
By Eagles:     9/7/08           DeSean Jackson (6-106-0TD), Greg Lewis (5-104-0TD), Hank Baskett (2-102-1TD) vs. St. Louis
By Opponent: 9/17/06            Amani Toomer (12-137-2TDs) & Plaxico Burress (6-114-1TD) vs. NY Giants

Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving Games
By Eagles:     9/7/08 - 9/15/08               DeSean Jackson (6-106-0TD) vs. St. Louis, DeSean Jackson (6-110-0TD) at Dallas
By Opponent: 12/9/07 - 12/16/07               Plaxico Burress (7-136-1TD) vs. NY Giants; Jason Witten (8-113-0TDs) at Dallas

Pass Play of 80-or-More Yards
By Eagles:      9/7/08          90t, Donovan McNabb to Hank Baskett vs. St. Louis
By Opponent: 9/23/07            91t, Jon Kitna to Roy Williams vs. Detroit

Pass Play of 60-or-More Yards
By Eagles:      9/15/08         60, Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson at Dallas
By Opponent: 9/15/08            72t, Tony Romo to Terrell Owens at Dallas

Pass Play of 40-or-More Yards
By Eagles:      9/15/08         60, Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson at Dallas
By Opponent: 9/15/08            72t, Tony Romo to Terrell Owens; 42, Tony Romo to Jason Witten at Dallas

Individual with Three-or-More Touchdown Receptions
By Eagles:       9/23/07        Kevin Curtis (11-221-3TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent: 10/3/1993          Johnny Mitchell (7-146-3TDs) at NY Jets

Individual with Two-or-More Touchdown Receptions
By Eagles:       11/25/07      Greg Lewis (4-88-2TDs) at New England
By Opponent: 9/15/08           Terrell Owens (3-89-2TDs) at Dallas

Led Team in Both Rushing and Receiving Yards in the Same Game
By Eagles:     11/11/07       Brian Westbrook (18-81-0TDs rushing, 9-63-0TDs receiving) at Dallas
By Opponent: 12/4/06          DeAngelo Hall (17-74-0TDs rushing, 7-101-1TD receiving) vs. Carolina

100-Yard Rusher & Receiver in the Same Game
By Eagles:     10/14/07         Brian Westbrook (20-120-0TDs rus.) & Kevin Curtis (5-121-1TD rec.) at NY Jets
By Opponent: 12/11/05           Tiki Barber (32-124-0TDs) & Jeremy Shockey (10-107-0TDs) vs. NY Giants

100-Yard Rusher, 100-Yard Receiver & 300-Yard Passer in the Same Game
By Eagles:     9/23/07         Brian Westbrook (14-110-2TDs rush. & 5-111-1TD rec.) & Kevin Curtis (11-221-3TDs rec.) vs. Detroit
                               Donovan McNabb (26-21-381-0-4TDs) vs. Detroit
By Opponent: 12/11/05          Tiki Barber (32-124-0TDs), Jeremy Shockey (10-107-0TDs) &
                               Eli Manning (44-28-312-3-1TD) vs. NY Giants

Individual with at Least One Rushing and One Receiving Touchdown in the Same Game
By Eagles:       9/15/08        Brian Westbrook (18-58-2TDs rushing, 6-45-1TD receiving) at Dallas
By Opponent: 9/15/08            Marion Barber (18-63-1TD rushing, 4-51-1TD receiving) at Dallas

Individual with at Least One Rushing Touchdown and One Touchdown Pass in the Same Game
By Eagles:       10/8/06        Donovan McNabb (33-18-354-0-2TDs passing, 1-1-1TD rushing) vs. Dallas
By Opponent: 12/11/05           Eli Manning (44-28-312-3-1TD passing, 4-8-1TD rushing) vs. NY Giants
                                                    THE LAST TIME...
                                                 DEFENSIVE TOTALS
Held Opponent Under 200 Yards Total Offense
By Eagles:    9/7/08              Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (166; 36 rushing, 130 passing)
By Opponent: 9/30/07              Giants win at New York, 16-3 (190; 114 rushing, 76 passing)

Held Opponent Under 300 Yards Total Offense
By Eagles:    9/7/08              Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (166; 36 rushing, 130 passing)
By Opponent: 12/10/06             Redskins loss at Washington, 21-19 (263; 99 rushing, 164 passing)

Held Opponent Under 50 Yards Rushing
By Eagles:    9/7/08              Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (36)
By Opponent: 12/31/06             Eagles win vs. Atlanta, 24-27 (43)

Held Opponent Under 75 Yards Rushing
By Eagles:    9/15/08             Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (68)
By Opponent: 12/30/07             Eagles win vs. Buffalo, 17-9 (69)

Held Opponent Under 100 Yards Rushing
By Eagles:    9/15/08            Eagles loss at Dallas, 41-37 (68)
By Opponent: 9/15/08             Cowboys win at Dallas, 41-37 (78)

Held Opponent Under 100 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles:    11/19/06            Eagles loss vs. Tennessee, 31-13 (84)
By Opponent: 9/30/07              Giants win at New York, 3-16 (76)

Held Opponent Under 150 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles:    9/7/08              Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (130)
By Opponent: 9/30/07              Giants win at New York, 3-16 (76)

Held Opponent Under 200 Net Yards Passing
By Eagles:    9/7/08              Eagles win vs. St. Louis, 38-3 (130
By Opponent: 12/16/07             Eagles win at Dallas, 10-6 (181)

Interception Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles:      12/17/06            Trent Cole, 19 yards (QB Eli Manning) at NY Giants
By Opponent: 11/25/07               Asante Samuel, 40 yards (QB A.J. Feeley) at New England

Individual with Three-or-More Interceptions
By Eagles:       10/23/66            Joe Scarpati (1-Earl Morrall, 2-Gary Wood) at NY Giants
By Opponent: 12/2/07                 Lofa Tatupu (3-A.J. Feeley) vs. Seattle

Individual with Two-or-More Interceptions
By Eagles:       10/8/06            Lito Sheppard (2-Drew Bledsoe) vs. Dallas
By Opponent: 12/2/07                Lofa Tatupu (3-A.J. Feeley) vs. Seattle

Seven-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles:     9/23/07               Eagles win vs. Detroit, 56-21 (9)
By Opponent: 9/30/07                 Giants win at New York, 3-16 (12)

Six-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles:     9/23/07               Eagles win vs. Detroit, 56-21 (9)
By Opponent: 9/30/07                 Giants win at New York, 3-16 (12)

Five-or-More Sacks by Team
By Eagles:      9/23/07              Eagles win vs. Detroit, 56-21 (9)
By Opponent: 9/30/07                 Giants win at New York, 3-16 (12)

Individual with Three-or More Sacks
By Eagles:       9/23/07            Trent Cole (3.0 of Jon Kitna) vs. Detroit
By Opponent: 9/30/07                Osi Yumenyiora (6.0 of Donovan McNabb) at NY Giants

Individual with Two-or More Sacks
By Eagles:       12/9/07             Trent Cole (2.0 sacks of Eli Manning) vs. NY Giants
By Opponent: 9/15/08                 Greg Ellis (2.0 sacks of Donovan McNabb) at Dallas
                                                    THE LAST TIME...
                                             SPECIAL TEAMS TOTALS
Kickoff Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles:          11/4/01          Brian Mitchell, 94 yards at Arizona
By Opponent:        9/15/08          Felix Jones, 98 yards at Dallas

Kickoff Return for a Touchdown to Start a Game
By Eagles:          11/4/01         Brian Mitchell, 94 yards at Arizona
By Opponent:        10/12/03        Randal Williams, 37 yards at Dallas

Punt Return for a Touchdown
By Eagles:         12/21/03          Brian Westbrook, 81 yards vs. San Francisco
By Opponent:       11/18/07          Ted Ginn Jr., 87 yards vs. Miami

Blocked Punt Recovered for Touchdown
By Eagles:       11/22/92         Ken Rose returned Sean Landeta's blocked punt (blocked by Rose) 3 yards at NY Giants
By Opponent:     11/10/96         Gabe Northern returned Tom Hutton's blocked punt (blocked by Northern) 18 yards vs. Buffalo

Blocked Punt
By Eagles:         11/28/04          Jevon Kearse blocked Jeff Feagles' punt at NY Giants
By Opponent:       11/20/05          David Tyree blocked Reggie Hodges' punt at NY Giants

Blocked PAT
By Eagles:         10/30/88          Reggie White blocked a PAT attempt by Greg Davis vs. Atlanta
By Opponent:       12/19/04          Greg Ellis blocked a PAT attempt by David Akers vs. Dallas

Missed (not blocked) PAT
By Eagles:        9/25/05            Mark Simoneau vs. Oakland
By Opponent:      11/11/07           Shawn Suisham at Washington

Blocked Field Goal
By Eagles:         10/23/05          Quintin Mikell blocked a 40-yard attempt by Nate Kaeding vs. San Diego
By Opponent:       10/2/05           Eric Hicks blocked a 40-yard attempt by Todd France at Kansas City

Individual with Five-or More Field Goals
By Eagles:         11/18/01          David Akers (5-5) at Dallas
By Opponent:       12/3/00           Al Del Greco (5-5) vs. Tennessee

Individual with Four-or More Field Goals
By Eagles:         9/17/07           David Akers (4-4) vs. Washington
By Opponent:       10/21/07          Robbie Gould (4-5) vs. Chicago

Individual with Three-or More Field Goals
By Eagles:         9/15/08           David Akers (3-3) at Dallas
By Opponent:       12/30/07          Ryan Lindell (3-3) vs. Buffalo

Successful Onsides Kick
By Eagles:       11/25/07            David Akers kick recovered by Eagles Hank Baskett (2nd Q)
By Opponent:     10/8/07             Ryan Longwell kick recovered by Vikings Heath Farwell at Minnesota (1st Q)

Failed Onsides Kick Attempt
By Eagles:        10/29/06           David Akers kick recovered by Jaguars Daryl Smith at Philadelphia (4th Q)
By Opponent:      9/24/06            Joe Nedney kick recovered by Greg Lewis at San Francisco (4th Q)
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Now in his second stint in Philadelphia, Tank Daniels     BIRDSEED:
was claimed off waivers from the New York Giants on       • Took a circuitous route to the NFL after attending
8/31/08, a day after being released as part of the          Division II Harding University. Signed a letter of
team’s final roster cutdown. After spending the             intent to play at Division I-AA Arkansas-Pine Bluff,
majority of the 2007 season on the Giants practice          but decided on Harding because he thought he
squad, Daniels was promoted to their active roster on       would have a better opportunity to succeed in foot-
11/23/07 and went on to play in eight games (four           ball. Ended up becoming the first player from that
regular season, four playoff) during their Super Bowl       school to play in the NFL. Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher,
Championship run. Originally a rookie free agent            Charles “Preacher” Roe (1938-54), was the last pro
signing of the Eagles in 2006, Daniels was promoted         athlete from Harding. Harding just recently retired
to the active roster on 11/21/06 after spending the         his #3 jersey in the 2008 offseason
first 11 games on the team’s practice squad, and went     PERSONAL:
on to notch nine special teams tackles in just six
                                                          • He and his wife, Courtney, have two children: son,
games. A native of Clarendon, AR, Daniels became
                                                            Jaxson, and daughter, Grayson
the first player from Division II Harding University to
play in the NFL.                                          • Is the son of Leon and Earenstine Johnson. Has two
                                                            older sisters, Crystal and Yolanda, and an older
2007 HIGHLIGHTS:
                                                            brother, T.J.
• Appeared in all four playoff games for the New York
                                                          • Was an all-state performer in football as a quarter-
   Giants and logged three special teams tackles and
                                                            back during his sophomore and junior seasons and
   one forced fumble
                                                            as a wide receiver as a senior. Also earned all-state
• Recorded 2 special teams tackles and a forced fum-        honors in baseball as a shortstop, in basketball as
   ble in the NFL Wild Card game at TB (1/6). Forced KR     a power forward, and in track competing in the hur-
   Michael Spurlock to fumble at the start of the 3rd       dles, sprint relays, and long jump
   qtr on a kickoff. The turnover set up a Giants FG to
                                                          • While with the Giants in 2007, visited wounded sol-
   put the team up 17-7
                                                            diers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in
                                                            Washington D.C., prior to the Super Bowl
                                                            Champions’ trip to the White House




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• Plans to take up coaching once his playing career is                                    always make an annual trip to St. Louis to visit fam-
  over. “I have always loved sports. All sports. And if I                                 ily and then watch a baseball game. I loved the way
  can’t play, I’d rather be involved in coaching than                                     Ozzie played the game.”
  doing anything else.”                                                                 • Earned a degree in kinesiology
• Enjoyed playing baseball as a kid and wanted to                                       • Full name: Torrance Daniels
  emulate Hall of Fame SS Ozzie Smith. “We would




                                  TANK DANIELS’ CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                   TACKLES                          INTERCEPTIONS
           Year Team GP/GS                         Tot Solo          Ast Sacks          Yds     Int Yds Lg TD KD                      FF FR Yds
           2006 Phil. 6/0                            5    3            2   0.0          0.0       0    0   0 0    0                    0 0    0
           2007 NYG    4/0                           0    0           0    0.0          0.0       0    0   0 0    0                    0 0    0
           TOTALS     10/0                           5    3            2   0.0          0.0       0    0   0 0    0                    0 0    0

           PLAYOFFS
           2006 Phil.               2/0               0        0        0           0.0 0.0       0       0       0     0      0       0      0      0
           2007 NYG                 4/0               0        0        0           0.0 0.0       0       0       0     0      0       0      0      0
           TOTALS                   6/0               0        0        0           0.0 0.0       0       0       0     0      0       0      0      0

           ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
           SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (10) - 2006 (9), 2007 (1)
           POSTSEASON SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: (3) - 2007 (3)

           MILESTONES: First game: at Ind. 11/26/06.




                                                 DANIELS GAME-BY-GAME
  2006 Philadelphia Eagles                                                            2007 New York Giants
  Date       Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR                            Date        Opp W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds Lg KD FF FR
   Promoted from the practice squad on 11/21 after spending the first 11 weeks of       Promoted from the NYG practice squad on 11/27 after spending weeks 3-10 of
                              the season on that unit                                                            the season on that unit
  Nov 26 @ Ind L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                          Dec 02 @ Chi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Dec 4      Car W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                        Dec 09 @ Phi W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Dec 10 @ Was W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                          Dec 16      Was L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Dec 17 @ NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                          Dec 23 @ Buf W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Dec 25 @ Dal W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                          Dec 29      NE     L 0/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Dec 31     Atl W 1/0 3 2 5 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0                                        Totals                 4/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Totals                 6/0 3 2 5 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0                                  Playoffs
  Playoffs                                                                            Jan 06 @ TB        W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Jan 7      NYG W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                        Jan 13 @ Dal W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Jan 13 @ NO L 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                           Jan 20 @ GB W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Totals                 2/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0                                  Feb 03      NE W 1/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                                                                      Totals                 4/0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0




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                                                                                                          NFL’s Elite Kickers
      95 – Victor Abiamiri – DE                                                     Most points since 2000:
A second round draft choice out of Notre Dame in 2007, Victor                       959- J. Elam (Atl.)
Abiamiri (pronounced ahb-ee-ah-MEER-ee) brings his brute                            943- M. Stover (Bal.)
strength and athleticism to the defensive line. After spending                      931- A. Vinatieri (Ind.)
the majority of his rookie campaign learning the nuances of Jim                     907- Akers
Johnson's scheme, Abiamiri looks to make an impact in 2008.                         907- J. Wilkins (retired)
                                                                                    904- R. Longwell (Min.)
INJURY REPORT:
•       Abiamiri had surgery on 7/29 to correct a dislocated wrist                                       Eagles Elite Kickers
        and was inactive vs. StL (9/7) and at Dal. (9/15)                           Eagles all-time field goals
                                                                                    201 David Akers
     Abiamiri 2008 Game-By-Game                                                     91 Paul McFadden
                                                                                    90 Sam Baker
Date             Opp.    W/L P/S S A T Sac         Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
Sep 7            StL      W    0/0 - - -     IA/WRIST    -     -    -   -   -   -   Eagles all-time points:
Sep 15        @ Dal       L    0/0 - - -     IA/WRIST    -     -    -   -   -   -
                                                                                    918 David Akers
Sep 21           Pit
                                                                                    881 Bobby Walston
Sep 28        @ Chi
Oct 5            Was
Oct 12        @ SF
                                                                                    Eagles all-time PATs made
Oct 26           Atl                                                                365 Bobby Walston
Nov 2         @ Sea                                                                 315 David Akers
Nov 9            NYG
Nov 16        @ Cin                                                                 In the regular season…
Nov 23        @ Bal
                                                                                                                  FG/FGA        PCT.   LG
Nov 27           Arz
                                                                                    Akers at LFF                  62/74         83.8   57
Dec 7         @ NYG
                                                                                    Akers at home                 108/126       85.7   57
Dec 15           Cle
Dec 21        @ Was
                                                                                    Akers on grass                104/127       81.9   57
Dec 28           Dal                                                                Akers outdoors                187/227       82.4   57
Season                         0/0 0 0 0 0.0        0    0    0    0    0   0   0   Akers in September            45/55         81.8   57
Career                         6/1 2 5 7     0.0    2    0    0    0    0   0   0   Akers vs. Pit.                5/6           83.3   45
                                                                                    Akers vs. AFC North           14/17         82.4   50
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                    Akers vs. AFC                 49/60         81.7   57
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 2 (three times) last vs. Buf. 12/30/07
    MILESTONES: First NFL game at Chi. 10/21/07, First start at Was. 11/11/07
                                                                                    The Eagles record in the regular season when Akers…
                                                                                    makes 4 or more FGs - 8-1
                                                                                    makes 3 or more FGs - 24-4
           2 – David Akers – K
                                                                                    Longest Current Tenured Athletes in Philadelphia
A three-time Pro Bowler and one of the NFL's most reliable
                                                                                    Name
kickers over the last eight years, David Akers is the franchise's
                                                                                    1. Brian Dawkins (1996-pres.)
all-time leader in points (918) and field goals (201). Akers is
                                                                                    2. Tra Thomas (1998-pres.)
definitely the "rags to riches" story of the Eagles roster, having
                                                                                    3. David Akers (1999-pres.)
landed on the waiver wire three times before settling into his
                                                                                    4. Donovan McNabb (1999-pres.)
current position in Philadelphia. A former waiter and substitute
teacher, Akers spent his first season with the Eagles as a long
field goal and kickoff specialist behind veteran Norm Johnson.
Akers inked a contract extension in 2005 that will keep him in
Philadelphia through 2010.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
•       Had a perfect 3-3 game at Dal. (9/15) while booting the
        200th FG of his career, a 44-yarder in the 1st qtr.
 Akers 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                        73 – Shawn Andrews – G/T
Date         Opp.     G   FG       FGA   Pct   Lg Blk XP XPA             Pct    Blk Pts     The Eagles first round draft choice in 2004, Shawn Andrews
Sep 7        StL      1       1     1    100 23      0         5     5   100     0    8     quickly earned a starting role after an eye-popping performance
Sep 15   @ Dal        1   3         3    100 44      0         4    4    100     0    13
                                                                                            during the preseason of his rookie campaign, and has since
Sep 21       Pit
                                                                                            earned two consecutive Pro Bowl nods in 2006 and 2007. Said
Sep 28   @ Chi
                                                                                            Patriots head coach Bill Belichick of Andrews: "He's the best
Oct 5        Was
Oct 12   @ SF
                                                                                            guard we've played against. You talk about go-to guys -
Oct 26       Atl                                                                            Andrews is a go-to guy. When you need yards, you run behind
Nov 2    @ Sea                                                                              Andrews. You'll get them." One of the NFL's most dominating
Nov 9        NYG                                                                            and athletic offensive linemen on the field, Andrews is also one
Nov 16   @ Cin                                                                              of the most unique and jovial personalities in the locker room
Nov 23   @ Bal                                                                              and community. He inked a seven-year contract extension in
Nov 27       Arz                                                                            2006 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2015.
Dec 7    @ NYG
Dec 15       Cle
                                                                                            INJURY REPORT:
Dec 21   @ Was
Dec 28       Dal
                                                                                            •   Left in the 2nd qtr. at Dal. (9/15) with a back injury and did
Season                2   4         4    100 44      0         9    9    100     0    21        not return
Career               143 201 248 81.0 57             1     317 321       98.8    3    920
                                                                                                       Andrews’ career games played/started:
                                                                                                            2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0
 Akers 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                                        Career GP/GS: 50/50
                                                                                                                 Playoff GP/GS: 2/2
Date       Opp. 1-19 Pct 20-29 Pct 30-39 Pct 40-49 Pct                          50+   Pct
Sep 7      StL      0-0 0.0       1-1    100   0-0       0.0       0-0   0.0    0-0   0.0       MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. NYG 9/12/04
Sep 15   @ Dal      0-0 0.0       1-1    100   1-1       100       1-1   100    0-0   0.0
Sep 21     Pit
Sep 28 @ Chi
Oct 5      Was
Oct 12   @ SF
Oct 26     Atl
Nov 2    @ Sea
Nov 9      NYG
Nov 16   @ Cin
Nov 23   @ Bal
Nov 27     Arz
Dec 7    @ NYG
Dec 15     Cle
Dec 21   @ Was
Dec 28     Dal
Season              0-0 0.0       2-2    100   1-1       100       1-1   100    0-0   0.0
Career              2-2 100 63-64 98.4 69-77 89.6 56-84 66.7 11-21 52.4

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 31 – 1999 (3), 2000 (3), 2001 (6), 2002 (7), 2003 (6),
2004 (2), 2006 (2), 2007 (2)
PASSING: 1-1-11-0-0 vs. GB 10/2/06
RUSHING: 2-25-15lg – (1-15 at Arz. 10/15/00), (1-10 vs. Dal. 9/22/02)
PUNTING: 1-36-1TB vs. Car. 10/17/04

CAREER HIGHS: FIELD GOALS - Made 5 at Dal. 11/18/01, Atts. 6 at Chi. 10/3/04,
Long 57 vs. NE 9/14/03, Long Att. 60 vs. Dal. 11/14/05; PATS – Made 8 vs. Det.
9/23/07, Atts. 8 vs. Det. 9/23/07; POINTS – 18 at Dal. 11/18/01
MILESTONES: Most career points in Eagles history 918, First NFL FG at Mia.
(53 yds.) 10/24/99, Longest FG in Philadelphia 57 yds. vs. NE 9/14/03, 100th
FG vs. NO 11/23/03 (36 yds.), 100th NFL game vs. Oak. 9/25/05, Longest FG in
Eagles playoff history 48 vs. NYG 1/7/07 (NFC Wild Card game), 200th FG at Dal.
9/15/08 (44 yds.)
                                                                                      6th player in NFL history with three career catches of
  81 – Jason Avant – WR                                                               85 yds. or more. The others are Cliff Branch, Bob
A physical and sure-handed receiver, Jason Avant has                                  Hayes, Charley Taylor, Wesley Walker and John Taylor
developed into a reliable offensive weapon for the Eagles. A                          who was the last person to do it with 97, 92, and 95 yd.
fourth round draft choice in 2006, Avant was also a key                               catches with the 49ers between 1989 and 1991.
contributor on special teams in 2007, finishing second on the                     o   With 100-yd. days vs. StL (9/7), Baskett (2-102),
team in special teams production points (261), and fourth with                        DeSean Jackson (6-106) and Greg Lewis (5-104)
13 special teams tackles.                                                             combined to make the Eagles the first NFL team with
                                                                                      three 100-yd. receivers since Kansas City's WR Derrick
                                                                                      Alexander (9-139), TE Tony Gonzalez (9-134), and WR
     Avant 2008 Game-By-Game                                                          Sylvester Morris (6-102) hit that trifecta in a 49-31 loss
     Date            Opp.      W/L     P/S     No    Yds    Avg    Lg   TD
                                                                                      at Oak. (11/5/00). The last time three Eagles receivers
     Sep 7           StL         W     1/0      3    45     15.0   31    0            recorded 100-yards-or-more in the same game was on
     Sep 15       @ Dal          L     1/0      2    28     14.0   16    0            12/18/60, when Timmy Brown (5-128), Tommy
     Sep 21          Pit                                                              McDonald (2-116), and Pete Retzlaff (5-110) did so in a
     Sep 28       @ Chi                                                               38-28 victory at Was. *According to the Elias Sports
     Oct 5           Was                                                              Bureau
     Oct 12       @ SF
     Oct 26          Atl
                                                                              QUOTES:
     Nov 2        @ Sea
                                                                              •   Head Coach Andy Reid on Baskett’s play: “We’re seeing
     Nov 9           NYG
     Nov 16       @ Cin
                                                                                  him go up and the quarterbacks just put the ball up. He’s
     Nov 23       @ Bal                                                           covered, they put the ball up and he goes and gets the
     Nov 27          Arz                                                          thing. He can about jump out of the house. He’s got a great
     Dec 7        @ NYG                                                           vertical jump and he’s utilizing that better. He looks to me
     Dec 15          Cle                                                          stronger than what he’s been in the past and he’s got that
     Dec 21       @ Was                                                           big body to go with it. He’s playing very well right now.”
     Dec 28          Dal                                                      •   QB Donovan McNabb on Baskett’s play: “I think Hank has
     Season                            2/0      5     73    14.6   31    0        continued to learn and understand that position, and then
     Career                            25/8    35    408    11.7   31    3
                                                                                  use his size as an advantage…He has great leaping ability
     ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                 and he uses his body well. Hank has done a wonderful job
     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 20 – 2006 (6), 2007 (13), 2008 (1)                    of being able to get separation, go up for the ball, compete
     FUMBLES/LOST: 1/1 – 2006 (1/1), 2007 (0/0)                                   for it, and come down with it, and hopefully that’s
     RUSHING: 1-1-1lg-0td – 2007 (1-1-1lg-0td)
     PLAYOFF KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 0-28-28lg, on a reverse, took a
                                                                                  something that we can use during the season.”
     pitch from RB Reno Mahe and returned it 28 yds. at NO 1/13/07 (NFC-      •   Special Teams Coordinator Rory Segrest on what makes
     D)                                                                           Baskett so valuable on special teams: “I think it’s just his
                                                                                  understanding of what [needs] to get done. He’s got the
     CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 5 vs. Was. 9/17/07, Yards 55 vs. Was.
     9/17/07, Long 31 (twice) last vs. StL 9/7/08, TDs 1 (three times) last       experience now. He understands how to make blocks, how
     vs. Mia. (11/18/07) (QB A.J. Feeley)                                         to set up on things, he understands in terms of coverage,
     MILESTONES: First career NFL game at SF 9/24/06, First start vs.             he understands returns and where he needs to be on the
     Dal. 10/8/06, First reception at NO 10/15/06 (7-yd. catch from QB
     Donovan McNabb), First TD vs. Atl. 12/31/06 (QB A.J. Feeley)
                                                                                  play; all the different components that go into having that
                                                                                  certain level of experience…Obviously, Hank’s going to be
                                                                                  one of our special team leaders. He was our production
                                                                                  points leader last year. He knows his role and he’s ready to

  84 – Hank Baskett – WR                                                          do that.”

Now entering his third NFL season, Hank Baskett is a valuable
option at receiver with his size and athletic ability. Also an
integral part of the special teams units, Baskett was voted as
the Eagles special teams MVP in 2007 after leading the squad
with 277 production points.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
• Recorded 102 yds. on 2 catches, including a game-breaking
    90-yd. TD recept. from QB Donovan McNabb vs. StL (9/7)
    o The 90-yd. TD was the longest play of his career and
        tied for the 7th-longest pass play in team history. He
        now owns three of the top 10 longest plays in team
        history (89, 87, and 90-yd. TDs).
    o According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 90-yd. TD
        catch from QB Donovan McNabb made him only the
     Baskett 2008 Game-By-Game                                                 Booker 2008 Game-By-Game
     Date           Opp.     W/L    P/S    No   Yds    Avg     Lg    TD                                       Rushing                     Receiving
     Sep 7          StL       W     1/1     2   102    51.0   90T    1    Date             Opp.   W/L P/S Att Yds Avg LG TD No Yds Avg LG TD
     Sep 15      @ Dal        L     1/1     2    10     5.0    8     0    Sep 7            StL     W    1/0   5    9    1.8   4   0   0   0    0.0    0     0
     Sep 21         Pit                                                   Sep 15        @ Dal      L    1/1   0    0    0.0   0   0   2   8    4.0    8     0
     Sep 28      @ Chi                                                    Sep 21           Pit
     Oct 5          Was                                                   Sep 28        @ Chi
     Oct 12      @ SF                                                     Oct 5            Was
     Oct 26         Atl                                                   Oct 12        @ SF
     Nov 2       @ Sea                                                    Oct 26           Atl
     Nov 9          NYG                                                   Nov 2         @ Sea
     Nov 16      @ Cin                                                    Nov 9            NYG
     Nov 23      @ Bal                                                    Nov 16        @ Cin
     Nov 27         Arz                                                   Nov 23        @ Bal
     Dec 7       @ NYG                                                    Nov 27           Arz
     Dec 15         Cle                                                   Dec 7         @ NYG
     Dec 21      @ Was                                                    Dec 15           Cle
     Dec 28         Dal                                                   Dec 21        @ Was
     Season                         2/2     4   112    28.0   90T    1    Dec 28           Dal
     Career                         34/7   42   718    17.1   90T    4    Season                        2/1   5    9    1.8   4   0   2   8    4.0    8     0
                                                                          Career                        9/2 33 134      4.1 22    0   30 245 8.2 22         0
     ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 14 – 2006 (4), 2007 (8), 2008 (2)                 ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
     PASSING: 1-0-0-1-0 at Ind. 11/26/06                                      CAREER HIGHS: RUSHING - Atts. 8 (twice) last at NE 12/23/07, Yards 56 at NE
     KICKOFF RETURNS: 1-4-4lg - 2007 (1-4-4lg)                                12/23/07, Long 22 at NE 12/23/07; RECEIVING - Recepts. 7 vs. Cin. 12/30/07,
     100-YD RECEIVING GAMES: 3 – 2006 (2), 2008 (1) - last vs. StL            Yards 63 vs. NYJ 12/2/07, Long 22 (twice) last vs. Bal. 12/16/07
     9/7/08                                                                   MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Buf. 11/11/07, First start vs. Cin. 12/30/07

     CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 7 vs. Atl. 12/31/06, Yards 177 vs. Atl.
     12/31/06, Long 90T vs. StL 9/7/08 (QB Donovan McNabb), TDs 1
     (four times) last vs. StL 9/7/08 (QB Donovan McNabb)

                                                                               55 –Stewart Bradley– LB
     MILESTONES: First NFL game at Hou. 9/10/06, First NFL reception
     25-yd. pass from QB Donovan McNabb vs. NYG 9/17/06, First start
     at SF 9/24/06, First 100-yard receiving game vs. Dal. 10/8/06,
     First TD 1 vs. Dal. 10/8/06 (87-yd. catch from QB Donovan McNabb)    With an impressive combination of size and speed, Stewart
                                                                          Bradley enters his sophomore campaign as the Eagles starting
                                                                          MIKE linebacker. A third round draft choice of the Eagles in
                                                                          2007, Bradley was a solid reserve linebacker and key special
    25 – Lorenzo Booker –RB                                               teams performer in his rookie season, finishing 2nd on the team
                                                                          in special teams tackles (17) and 3rd in special teams
Lorenzo Booker joined the Eagles in a 2008 draft-day trade that
                                                                          production points (257).
sent Philadelphia's 4th-round pick (115th overall) to Miami. A
3rd round draft pick by Miami in 2007, he appeared in 7 games
                                                                          SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
as a rookie, amassing 125 yds. on 28 carries and 237 yds. on 28
                                                                          •       Set a new career-high with 13 tackles, 1 TFL and a sack of
receptions.
                                                                                  QB Marc Bulger vs. StL (9/7)

QUOTES:
•   Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on Booker’s route
    running: “He’s an excellent route runner. He’s got skills
    that wide receivers have. He’s very good on his releases,
    very quick. His lateral movement is excellent. He’s more
    physical than it appears at first glance.”
    Bradley 2008 Game-By-Game                                                               Brown 2008 Game-By-Game
Date            Opp.    W/L P/S     S   A   T Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR                 Date          Opp.    W/L     P/S     No    Yds     Avg     Lg    TD
Sep 7           StL      W    1/1   9   4 13 1.0      0   0    0   0    2   0   0         Sep 7         StL      W       0/0     -      IA/HAMSTRING         -
Sep 15       @ Dal       L    1/1   4   4   8   0.0   0   0    0   0    0   0   0         Sep 15     @ Dal        L      0/0     -     IA/HAMTSTRING         -
Sep 21          Pit                                                                       Sep 21        Pit
Sep 28       @ Chi                                                                        Sep 28     @ Chi
Oct 5           Was                                                                       Oct 5         Was
Oct 12       @ SF                                                                         Oct 12     @ SF
Oct 26          Atl                                                                       Oct 26        Atl
Nov 2        @ Sea                                                                        Nov 2      @ Sea
Nov 9           NYG                                                                       Nov 9         NYG
Nov 16       @ Cin                                                                        Nov 16     @ Cin
Nov 23       @ Bal                                                                        Nov 23     @ Bal
Nov 27          Arz                                                                       Nov 27        Arz
Dec 7        @ NYG                                                                        Dec 7      @ NYG
Dec 15          Cle                                                                       Dec 15        Cle
Dec 21       @ Was                                                                        Dec 21     @ Was
Dec 28          Dal                                                                       Dec 28        Dal
Season                        2/2   13 8 21 1.0       0   0    0   0    2   0   0         Season                         0/0     0      0      0.0     0    0
Career                       18/3 25 16 41 2.0        0   1   13   13   2   0   0         Career                        48/40   150   2167    14.4   60T    16


    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                          ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 17 - 2007 (17)                                                 SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 3 – 2005 (3)
                                                                                          FUMBLES/LOST: 2/0 – 2005 (1/0), 2007 (1/0)
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 13 vs. StL 9/7/08, INTs 1 at NO 12/23/07 (QB Drew               RUSHING: 9-65-15Tlg-1TD – 2005 (1-5-5lg-0TD), 2006 (3-24-15Tlg-
    Brees), Sacks 1 (twice) last vs. StL 9/7/08 (QB Mark Bulger)                          1TD), 2007 (5-36-12lg-0TD)
    MILESTONES: First NFL game at GB 9/9/07, First Start at NO 12/23/07, First            100-yd RECEIVING GAMES: 3 – 2006 (2), 2007 (1) – last at Min.
    sack at NO 12/23/07 (QB Drew Brees), First INT at NO 12/23/07 (QB Drew Brees)         10/28/07

                                                                                          CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 8 at Min. 10/28/07, Yards 121 at NO
                                                                                          10/15/06, Long 60 (twice) last at Was. 12/10/06 (QB Jeff Garcia), 60T
                                                                                          at NO 10/15/06 (QB Donovan McNabb), TDs 2 vs. Was. 1/1/06 (QB

      86 –Reggie Brown– WR                                                                Mike McMahon)
                                                                                          MILESTONES: First NFL game and recept. at Atl. 9/12/05 (QB
                                                                                          Donovan McNabb), First start vs. Oak. 9/25/05, First TD at Was.
The Eagles 2005 second round draft pick from Georgia, Reggie                              11/6/05 (56T from QB Donovan McNabb), First 100-yd. receiving
Brown possesses a tireless work ethic on and off the field, and                           game at SF 9/24/06, First rushing TD at NO 10/15/06

has shown big-play capability over his first three NFL
campaigns. "Reggie Brown moves a lot like Marvin Harrison, to
be honest," said teammate Sheldon Brown. "He looks like
Harrison does when I study him on tape. The only thing he                               24 – Sheldon Brown– CB
needs is to get more balls thrown his way. He will put up
                                                                                    Known for his consistent play and highlight-reel hits, Sheldon
numbers." Brown inked a five-year contract extension in 2006
                                                                                    Brown has proven to be a versatile cornerback since earning a
that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2014.
                                                                                    starting role in 2004. A second round draft choice in 2002 from
                                                                                    South Carolina, Brown signed a six-year contract extension in
INJURY REPORT:                                                                      2004 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2012.
•       Suffered a hamstring strain during the preseason vs. Car.
        (8/14) and missed the first two games of the regular season
                                                                                    QUOTES:
        vs. StL (9/7) and at Dal. (9/15)
                                                                                    •    Defensive coordinator Jim Johnson on Brown’s leadership:
                                                                                         “Players have respect for him. He has played all positions—
                                                                                         the nickel inside and both corners. He’s a veteran now, a
                                                                                         smart football player. I’m sure they have a lot of respect for
                                                                                         him, no question about it. He’s still a quiet guy, but he’s a
                                                                                         soldier, no question about it.”

                                                                                    Consecutive Games Played to Start a Career
                                                                                    Player                  Games
                                                                                    Al Harris (GB)          162
                                                                                    Deon Grant (Sea.)       114
                                                                                    Nate Clements (SF)      114
                                                                                    Sheldon Brown           98
                                                                                    *Current Streaks among Active CBs
Since 2002, Brown has recorded 13 career interceptions.
Of his 13 INTs, 10 have led to Eagles scoring drives,
                                                                                             Buckhalter 2008 Game-By-Game
including 2 TD returns                                                                                                       Rushing                         Receiving
                                                                                           Date         Opp. W/L      P/S    Att Yds Avg LG TD No Yds Avg LG TD
                                                                                           Sep 7        StL     W     1/0     2     5   2.5    7   0   0    0    0.0   0    0

    Brown 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                Sep 15
                                                                                           Sep 21
                                                                                                     @ Dal
                                                                                                        Pit
                                                                                                                 L    1/0     0     0   0.0    0   0   2    15   7.5   8    0


Date            Opp. W/L      P/S     S    A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR             Sep 28    @ Chi
Sep 7           StL     W     1/1     2    2   4   0.0   0    0    0    0    0   0 0       Oct 5        Was
Sep 15       @ Dal       L    1/1     5    1   6   0.0   0    0    0    0    0   1 0       Oct 12    @ SF
Sep 21          Pit                                                                        Oct 26       Atl
Sep 28       @ Chi                                                                         Nov 2     @ Sea
Oct 5           Was                                                                        Nov 9        NYG
Oct 12       @ SF                                                                          Nov 16    @ Cin
Oct 26          Atl                                                                        Nov 23    @ Bal
Nov 2        @ Sea                                                                         Nov 27       Arz
Nov 9           NYG                                                                        Dec 7     @ NYG
Nov 16       @ Cin                                                                         Dec 15       Cle
Nov 23       @ Bal                                                                         Dec 21    @ Was
Nov 27          Arz                                                                        Dec 28       Dal
Dec 7        @ NYG                                                                         Season                     2/0     2     5   2.5    7   0   2    15   7.5   8    0
Dec 15          Cle                                                                        Career                    62/14 402 1791 4.5 64T 16 61 621 10.2 55T 2
Dec 21       @ Was
Dec 28          Dal                                                                         ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                            SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 13 – 2001 (11), 2003 (2)
Season                        2/2     7    3   10 0.0    0    0    0    0    0   1 0
                                                                                            FUMBLES/LOST 7/5 – 2001 (2/2), 2003 (3/2), 2006 (1/1), 2007 (1/0)
Career                       98/69 268 97 365 6.0        10 13 224 70T 61 5            1    100-YD. RUSHING GAMES: 4 – 2001 (1), 2003 (2), 2007 (1) – last at NYG 9/30/07
                                                                                            KICKOFF RETURNS: 38-826-35lg
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 32 – 2002 (12), 2003 (19), 2004 (1)                              CAREER HIGHS: RUSHING – Att. 23 at Atl. 11/2/03, Yards 134 vs. Arz. 10/7/01,
    TOUCHDOWNS: 3 – 2005 [at KC 10/2/05 (40-yd. INT return – QB Trent Green), at            Long 64T vs. Dal. 12/7/03, TDs 2 vs. NYJ 10/26/03; RECEIVING – Recepts. 6 vs.
    Dal. 10/9/05 (80-yd. fumble return)], 2006 [70-yd INT return vs. Was. 11/12/06          Ten. 11/19/06, Yards 55 vs. Was. 11/12/06, Long 55T vs. Was. 11/12/06, TDs 1
    (QB Mark Brunell)]                                                                      (twice) last vs. Was. 11/12/06; KICK RETURNS – No. 7 vs. Dal. 11/4/07, Yards
                                                                                            147 vs. Dal. 11/4/07, Long 35 vs. Sea. 12/2/07; TOTAL YARDS FROM
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 16 at Pit. 11/7/04, INTs 2 at KC 10/2/05, Long 70T vs.            SCRIMMAGE – Touches 25 at TB 1/6/02, Yards 144 vs. Dal. 12/7/03
    Was. 11/12/06 (QB Mark Brunell), Sacks 1 (six times) last vs. SD 10/23/05               MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. StL. 9/9/01, First TD rushing vs. Dal.
    MILESTONES: First NFL game at Ten. 9/8/02, First INT vs. Dal. 9/22/02 (QB               9/30/01, First start vs. Arz. 10/7/01, First 100-yd. game vs. Arz. 10/7/01, First
    Quincy Carter), First sack at SF 11/25/02 (QB Jeff Garcia), First start vs. Was.        TD Receiving at Was. 12/27/03 (QB Donovan McNabb)
    10/5/03




      28 – Correll Buckhalter –RB                                                             97 – Brodrick Bunkley – DT
                                                                                           The Eagles first round draft choice in 2006, and 14th selection
An inspiring story, Correll Buckhalter has returned to be a
                                                                                           overall, Brodrick Bunkley is a strong and imposing presence at
valuable running back for the Eagles after knee injuries forced
                                                                                           the defensive tackle position. Bunkley tallied 75 tackles and 3
him to miss three out of four seasons from 2002-2005. When
                                                                                           sacks in his first year as a starter in 2007, and was a big reason
healthy, Buckhalter has been very productive, averaging 4.5
                                                                                           why the Eagles run defense improved to 7th in the NFL (from
yards per carry over his career, which ranks tied for 5th on the
                                                                                           26th in 2006), holding their opponents to an average of just
club's all-time list with former Eagle great Wilbert Montgomery.
                                                                                           95.8 rushing yards per game.
The team's fourth round draft choice in 2001, Buckhalter
amassed a team rookie-rushing record with 586 yards, and later
posted a career-high 9 TDs in 2003.

BIRDSEED:
•       He and his wife, Nikki, gave birth to Correll Buckhalter Jr.
        on 9/11/08
 Bunkley 2008 Game-By-Game                                                               Celek 2008 Game-By-Game
Date         Opp. W/L     P/S    S    A   T Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR                 Date        Opp.    W/L    P/S     No    Yds    Avg     Lg     TD
Sep 7        StL     W     1/1    1   0   1   0.0   0   0   0    0   0   0     0        Sep 7       StL       W     1/0     2     15     7.5    9      0
Sep 15    @ Dal       L    1/1   4    1   5   0.0   2   0   0    0   0   0     0        Sep 15   @ Dal        L     1/0     1     19    19.0    19     0
Sep 21       Pit                                                                        Sep 21      Pit
Sep 28    @ Chi                                                                         Sep 28   @ Chi
Oct 5        Was                                                                        Oct 5       Was
Oct 12    @ SF                                                                          Oct 12   @ SF
Oct 26       Atl                                                                        Oct 26      Atl
Nov 2     @ Sea                                                                         Nov 2    @ Sea
Nov 9        NYG                                                                        Nov 9       NYG
Nov 16    @ Cin                                                                         Nov 16   @ Cin
Nov 23    @ Bal                                                                         Nov 23   @ Bal
Nov 27       Arz                                                                        Nov 27      Arz
Dec 7     @ NYG                                                                         Dec 7    @ NYG
Dec 15       Cle                                                                        Dec 15      Cle
Dec 21    @ Was                                                                         Dec 21   @ Was
Dec 28       Dal                                                                        Dec 28      Dal
Season                     2/2    5   1   6   0.0   2   0   0    0   0   0     0        Season                      2/0     3     34    11.3    19     0
Career                    32/17 48 46 94 3.0        4   0   0    0   1   0     1        Career                     18/4    19    212    11.2    29     1

 ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                           ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
 CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 7 (twice) last vs. Mia. 11/18/07, Sacks 2.0 vs. Det.             SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 4 – 2007 (4)
 9/23/07 (QB Jon Kitna)
 MILESTONES: First NFL game at Hou. 9/10/06, First start at GB 9/9/07, First            CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 3 (three times) last vs. Buf. 12/30/07,
 sack vs. Det. 9/23/07 (QB Jon Kitna)                                                   Yards 50 at Dal. 12/16/07, Long 29 (twice) last at NO 12/23/07 (QB
                                                                                        Donovan McNabb), TDs 1 vs. Buf. 12/30/07 (2T from QB Donovan
                                                                                        McNabb)
                                                                                        MILESTONES: First NFL game at GB 9/9/07, First reception at NYG
                                                                                        9/30/07 (6 yds. from QB Donovan McNabb), First start vs. Chi.

    87 – Brent Celek – TE                                                               10/21/07, First TD vs. Buf. 12/30/07 (2T from QB Donovan McNabb)


A fifth round draft choice in 2007, Brent Celek (pronounced
SELL-ick) turned in a solid rookie campaign and made the most
of some late-season opportunities, tallying 8 receptions for 103                      91 – Chris Clemons – DE
yards and a touchdown over the final three games. A big target
with speed and athleticism, Celek finished his career at                           Dubbed by CBS Sportsline's Clark Judge as "one of the best
Cincinnati ranked third on the school's all-time list among tight                  under-the-radar gets" in free agency, Chris Clemons joins the
ends in catches (91) and TDs (14).                                                 Eagles after signing a five-year contract on 3/1/08. A speedy
                                                                                   defensive end with a penchant for getting to the passer,
                                                                                   Clemons posted a career-high eight sacks for the Oakland
                                                                                   Raiders in 2007, despite being on the field for just 37 percent of
                                                                                   the team's defensive plays. His sack total tied for the team lead.
                                                                                   Originally an undrafted free agent signing of Washington in
                                                                                   2003, Clemons gives the Eagles added depth on the defensive
                                                                                   line.
 Clemons 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                   58 – Trent Cole– DE
Date         Opp. W/L P/S        S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR            One of the NFL's budding stars at defensive end, Trent Cole set
Sep 7        StL      W    1/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0   0    0    1   0     0
                                                                                    career highs in sacks (12.5) and tackles (103) in 2007, en route
Sep 15    @ Dal       L    1/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0   0    0    0   0     0
                                                                                    to his first Pro Bowl berth. Signed to a lucrative 5-year contract
Sep 21       Pit
                                                                                    extension in 2006 that will keep him in Philadelphia through
Sep 28    @ Chi
Oct 5        Was
                                                                                    2013, Cole has notched a team-leading 25.5 sacks in his first
Oct 12    @ SF                                                                      four NFL seasons. "The guy has a non-stop motor," said
Oct 26       Atl                                                                    teammate Brian Dawkins. "He's always going. If you look at the
Nov 2     @ Sea                                                                     way he pass-rushes, I've never seen somebody get hit in the
Nov 9        NYG                                                                    facemask as much as he does and still be able to get to the
Nov 16    @ Cin                                                                     quarterback." Playing with an unrelenting fire against both the
Nov 23    @ Bal                                                                     run and the pass, Cole (103 tackles) teamed with Mike Patterson
Nov 27       Arz                                                                    (114) in 2007 to become the first pair of Eagles defensive
Dec 7     @ NYG
                                                                                    linemen to record 100-plus tackles in the same season since
Dec 15       Cle
                                                                                    1991.
Dec 21    @ Was
Dec 28       Dal
Season                     2/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0   0    0    1   0     0   QUOTES:
Career                    38/3 25 12 37 13.0 N/A        0   0    0    4   4     1   •       Redskins TE Chris Cooley on Trent’s play: “One of my
                                                                                            favorite players as a person and least favorite players to go
 ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                            up against is Trent Cole. I hate playing against Trent Cole –
 SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 16 – 2004 (3), 2005 (9), 2007 (3), 2008 (1)
 BLOCKED PUNT: 1 at Den. 10/9/05 (P Todd Sauerbrun)                                         he never quits. He goes harder than anyone and he never
                                                                                            stops. You can never quit blocking him. He never takes a
 CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 4 at KC 11/25/07, Sacks 2.0 at Min. 11/18/07 (QB                     play off. It seems like when we play the Eagles, I’m up
 Tavaris Jackson)
 MILESTONES: First NFL game at Pit. 11/28/04, First sack at Pit. 11/28/04 (QB
                                                                                            against him ever-other play, so he’s one of my least
 Ben Roethlisberger), First start at Arz. 12/11/05                                          favorite players to go up against.”


                                                                                           Cole 2008 Game-By-Game
          59 – Nick Cole – C                                                        Date
                                                                                    Sep 7
                                                                                                    Opp. W/L
                                                                                                    StL     W
                                                                                                                 P/S
                                                                                                                  1/1
                                                                                                                         S
                                                                                                                         2
                                                                                                                             A
                                                                                                                             1   3
                                                                                                                                  T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
                                                                                                                                      0.0   0    0    0   0    0   0 0
Nick Cole signed as a rookie free agent with the Eagles in 2006,                    Sep 15       @ Dal      L     1/1    0   2   2    0.0   0    0    0   0    0   0 0
and has seen action in all 36 regular and postseason contests                       Sep 21          Pit
(one start). A back-up center and blocking back in certain short-                   Sep 28       @ Chi
yardage situations, Cole provides quality depth on the offensive                    Oct 5           Was
line.                                                                               Oct 12       @ SF
                                                                                    Oct 26          Atl
                                                                                    Nov 2        @ Sea
                Cole’s career games played/started:
                                                                                    Nov 9           NYG
                   2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/0/0/0                                       Nov 16       @ Cin
                      Career GP/GS/IA: 34/1/0                                       Nov 23       @ Bal
                     Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/0                                      Nov 27          Arz
                                                                                    Dec 7        @ NYG
               Special teams tackles: 1 – 2006 (1)                                  Dec 15          Cle
          MILESTONES: First NFL game at Hou. 9/10/06,                               Dec 21       @ Was
                  First start vs. NYG 12/9/07                                       Dec 28          Dal
                                                                                    Season                       2/2     2   3    5   0.0   0    0    0   0    0   0 0
                                                                                    Career                      49/39 153 94 247 25.5       8    1   19 19T 4      6 2

                                                                                        ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                        SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 7 – 2005 (6), 2006 (1)
                                                                                        TOUCHDOWNS: 1 – 19-yard INT return at NYG 12/7/06 (QB Eli Manning)

                                                                                        CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 13 at Min. 10/28/07, Sacks 3.5 vs. Det. 9/23/07 (QB
                                                                                        Jon Kitna), INTs 1 at NYG 12/17/06 (QB Eli Manning)
                                                                                        MILESTONES: First NFL game at Atl. 9/12/05, First sack at Was. 11/6/05 (QB
                                                                                        Mark Brunell), First Start at NYG 11/20/05, First INT at NYG 12/17/06 (QB Eli
                                                                                        Manning), First TD 19-yard interception return at NYG 12/17/06
                                                                                     QUOTES:
   37 –Sean Considine– S                                                             •   Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on what Curtis
A fourth round draft pick in 2005, Sean Considine is an                                  brings to the lineup: “He’s a heck of a player…I think he’s a
intelligent player who possesses great football knowledge and                            little bit underrated there. He’s productive. He’s consistent.
an important grasp of the Eagles defensive scheme. He started                            You can count on him every play. He’s smart. He does the
at strong safety for the first eight games of 2007 before his                            right thing almost every time. Then, he’s got a little bit of a
campaign was cut short with a shoulder sprain that landed him                            dynamic in him that creates some explosiveness with the
on Injured Reserve.                                                                      offense.”

                                                                                     INJURY REPORT:
  Considine 2008 Game-By-Game                                                        •   Had surgery on 8/21 to repair a sports hernia and was
Date         Opp. W/L      P/S     S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR               rendered inactive vs. StL (9/7) and at Dal. (9/15)
Sep 7        StL      W    1/0     3   1   4    0.0   0    0    0   0    0   0 0
Sep 15    @ Dal       L    1/0     0   3   3   0.0    0    0    0   0    0   0 0
Sep 21       Pit                                                                           Curtis 2008 Game-By-Game
Sep 28    @ Chi                                                                          Date         Opp. W/L      P/S     No    Yds       Avg        Lg TD
Oct 5        Was                                                                         Sep 7        StL      W     0/0     -     -     IA/HERNIA      -   -
Oct 12    @ SF                                                                           Sep 15    @ Dal       L     0/0     -     -     IA/HERNIA      -   -
Oct 26       Atl                                                                         Sep 21       Pit
Nov 2     @ Sea                                                                          Sep 28    @ Chi
Nov 9        NYG                                                                         Oct 5        Was
Nov 16    @ Cin                                                                          Oct 12    @ SF
Nov 23    @ Bal                                                                          Oct 26       Atl
Nov 27       Arz                                                                         Nov 2     @ Sea
Dec 7     @ NYG                                                                          Nov 9        NYG
Dec 15       Cle                                                                         Nov 16    @ Cin
Dec 21    @ Was                                                                          Nov 23    @ Bal
Dec 28       Dal                                                                         Nov 27       Arz
Season                     2/0     3   4   7   0.0    0    0    0   0    0   0 0         Dec 7     @ NYG
Career                    32/17 100 61 161 1.5        3    2   12   12   6   1   2       Dec 15       Cle
                                                                                         Dec 21    @ Was
 ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                         Dec 28       Dal
 SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 40 – 2005 (8), 2006 (26), 2007 (2), 2008 (4)
                                                                                         Season                      0/0    0      0         0.0       0    0
 CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 14 (twice) last at Was 12/10/06, Sacks 1.0 vs. Atl.               Career                    67/27 213 2824           13.3      83T 18
 12/31/06 (QB Michael Vick), INTs 1 (twice) last vs. Det. 9/23/07 (QB Jon Kitna)
 MILESTONES: First NFL game at KC 10/2/05, First start at TB 10/22/06, First             ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
 sack 0.5 vs. Ten. 11/19/06 (QB Vince Young), First iNT vs. Atl. 12/31/06 (QB Matt       FUMBLES/LOST: 4/3 – 2004 (1/1), 2005 (2/1), 2006 (1/1)
 Schaub)                                                                                 FUMBLE RECOVERIES FOR TD: 2 – 1 at NO 12/23/07; 1 vs. Buf.
                                                                                         12/30/07
                                                                                         RUSHING: 8-33-15lg-1TD – 2004 (3-24-15lg), 2005 (2-5-5Tlg-1TD),
                                                                                         2006 (4-4-7lg)
                                                                                         KICKOFF RETURNS: 2006 (9-188-28lg)

   80 –Kevin Curtis – WR                                                                 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES: 4 – 2005 (1), 2007 (3) – last 111 yds. vs.
                                                                                         Sea. 12/2/07
Speedy and sure-handed Kevin Curtis made an immediate                                    200-YD RECEIVING GAMES: 1 – 2007 (1) – 221 yds. vs. Det. 9/23/07
                                                                                         POSTSEASON 100-YD RECEIVING GAMES: 2 – 2004 (2) – last 128
impact in his first year in Philadelphia. After signing a six-year                       yds. at Atl. 1/15/05
contract with the club in the 2006 offseason, Curtis went on to
eclipse the 1,000-yard mark (1,110) for the first time in his                            CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 11 vs. Det. 9/23/07, Yds. 221 vs. Det.
                                                                                         9/23/07, Long 83T vs. Jax. 10/30/05 (QB Jamie Martin), TDs 3 vs.
career, while also setting career highs in receptions (77) and
                                                                                         Det. 9/23/07
touchdowns (8). In fact, Curtis became just the second Eagles                            MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. GB 10/19/03, First recept. at SF
wide receiver to tally over 1,000 yards in a single season since                         11/2/03, First start vs. Bal. 11/9/03, First TD at Sea. 10/10/04 (41T
head coach Andy Reid took over in 1999. He also became just                              from QB Marc Bulger), First rushing TD vs. NO 10/23/05, First 100-
                                                                                         yd receiving game at Sea. 1/8/05 (NFC-WC), vs. Jax. 10/30/05, First
the fourth wideout in franchise history to record 75-or-more                             200-yd receiving game vs. Det. 9/23/07
receptions in a season. Originally a third round draft choice of
St. Louis in 2003, Curtis spent his first four seasons working
with one of the most explosive receiving tandems in NFL history
- Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt.
       50 – Tank Daniels – LB                                                         20 – Brian Dawkins – FS
Now in his second stint in Philadelphia, Tank Daniels was                         To understand this six-time Pro Bowl safety, just take a look on
claimed off waivers from the New York Giants on 8/31/08, a day                    the top shelf of his locker. There you will find multiple figurines
after being released as part of the team’s final roster cutdown.                  of his favorite comic book hero, Wolverine, some of which have
After spending the majority of the 2007 season on the Giants                      been provided by his fans. Wolverine is the low-key leader of
practice squad, Daniels was promoted to their active roster on                    the X-Men, a comic book action series, an animated cartoon and
11/23/07 and went on to play in eight games (four regular                         the main character in three full-length feature films. Wolverine
season, four playoffs) during their Super Bowl Championship                       is known for his animal-keen senses that allow him to track his
run. Originally a rookie free agent signing of the Eagles in 2006,                adversaries with great ease, very much like Brian Dawkins, the
Daniels was promoted to the active roster on 11/21/06 after                       longest tenured athlete in Philadelphia, hunts down opposing
spending the first 11 games on the team’s practice squad, and                     ball carriers and receivers. The Eagles 2nd round draft choice in
went on to notch nine special teams tackles in just six games. A                  1996 landed a starting role in the second game of his rookie
native of Clarendon, AR, Daniels became the first player from                     season and has averaged nearly 100 tackles per year, while
Division II Harding University to play in the NFL.                                posting 33 interceptions (one shy of the club record) and
                                                                                  countless train-wreck hits. Dawkins is one of four players in NFL
QUOTES:                                                                           history to post at least 33 interceptions and 18 sacks, joining
•       Special Teams Coordinator Rory Segrest on having Daniels                  Rodney Harrison, Leroy Butler and Ronde Barber.
        back on the team: “We’re excited about having Tank here.
        He’s a guy that’s got some experience under his belt now.                 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
        He understands how to play the game on special teams and                  •     Forced a fumble of QB Tony Romo at Dal. (9/15) in the end
        he takes a lot of pride in his work there.”                                     zone that was recovered by LB Chris Gocong for a TD in the
                                                                                        2nd qtr.
     Daniels 2008 Game-By-Game                                                          o With a start at Dal. (9/15), tied Chuck Bednarik for 2nd
                                                                                             place on the Eagles all-time games played list (169)
Date          Opp. W/L P/S      S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
Sep 7         StL    W    1/0   0   0   0   0.0    0   0      0   0   0   0   0
                                                                                  BIRDSEED:
Sep 15 @ Dal          L   1/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0      0   0   0   0   0
                                                                                  •     Gives his two game tickets every week to a different local
Sep 21        Pit
Sep 28 @ Chi
                                                                                        high school football player. The students are nominated by
Oct 5         Was                                                                       their coaches for their achievements both on the football
Oct 12 @ SF                                                                             field and in the classroom, and the winners are selected by
Oct 26        Atl                                                                       Dawkins himself
Nov 2      @ Sea
Nov 9         NYG                                                                 QUOTES:
Nov 16 @ Cin                                                                      •     S Quintin Mikell on Dawkins’ presence: "Him being back
Nov 23 @ Bal
                                                                                        there makes a big difference. You're talking about the
Nov 27        Arz
                                                                                        cornerstone of the defense and of this team. When you
Dec 7      @ NYG
Dec 15        Cle
                                                                                        think of the Eagles D, you think of Dawk. When we're
Dec 21 @ Was                                                                            watching film, I just sit there and look at some of the things
Dec 28        Dal                                                                       he does, and I'm like, 'Wow.' He's just amazing. Especially
Season                    2/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0      0   0   0   0   0         when I first came here, I'd be sitting in meetings and just
Career                    12/0 3    2   5   0.0    1   0      0   0   0   0   0         watching everything that he did. Even to this day I'm
                                                                                        amazed by the stuff he can do. I don't want to think about
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                        when he's not here. I look at him as a father figure, as a guy
    SPECIAL TEAM TACKLES: 13 – 2006 (9), 2007 (1), 2008 (3)
    POSTSEASON SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 3 – 2007 (3)                                      I look up to. I don't want to think about that right now. If
                                                                                        that comes we'll have to deal with it then, but I don't want
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 5 vs. Atl. 12/31/06                                           to think about that."
    MILESTONES: First NFL game at Ind. 11/26/07

                                                                                  Disruptive Plays Since 1996
                                                                                  Player                    Total        INTs      FFs
                                                                                  S Darren Sharper (Min.)   62           53        9
                                                                                  S Brian Dawkins           60           33        27
                                                                                  CB Ty Law (unsigned)      55           49        6
                                                                                  S Sammy Knight (NYG.)     55           42        13
                                                                                  CB Dre Bly (Den.)         55           38        17
                                                                                  *According to Stats, Inc.
Dawkins is one of only six players in NFL history (3 active) to
record at least 30 INTs and at least 15 sacks.
                                                                      Dawkins 2008 Game-By-Game
                                                                  Date           Opp. W/L     P/S      S    A    T    Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
Player                       Years              INTS      Sacks   Sep 7          StL    W      1/1     2    3    5    0.0   0   0   0    0    1   0 0
S Leroy Butler               1990-2001          38        20.5    Sep 15 @ Dal           L     1/1     4    2    6    0.0   1   0   0    0    1   1 0
                                                                  Sep 21         Pit
CB Ray Crockett              1989-2002          36        15.5
                                                                  Sep 28 @ Chi
S Rodney Harrison (NE)       1994-2008          33        30.5
                                                                  Oct 5          Was
S Brian Dawkins (Phi)        1996-2008          33        18.0
                                                                  Oct 12      @ SF
CB Ronde Barber (TB)         1997-2008          33        21.0    Oct 26         Atl
S Dennis Smith               1981-1994          30        15.0    Nov 2       @ Sea
                                                                  Nov 9          NYG
Most Career Sacks by Defensive Backs, All-Time:                   Nov 16 @ Cin
30.5   Rodney Harrison (NE)                                       Nov 23 @ Bal
                                                                  Nov 27         Arz
25.0   Carnell Lake
                                                                  Dec 7       @ NYG
21.0   Ronde Barber (TB)
                                                                  Dec 15         Cle
20.5   LeRoy Butler
                                                                  Dec 21 @ Was
18.0   Brian Dawkins (Eagles)                                     Dec 28         Dal
18.0   Bill Bates                                                 Season                       2/2     6    5    11   0.0   1   0   0    0    2   1 0
18.0   Adam Archuleta (unsigned)                                  Career                     169/168 761 402 1163 18.0 88 33 490 67T 126 33 13

                                                                      ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
Most Career Interceptions with Current Team:                          SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 35 – 1996 (18), 1997 (12), 1998 (3), 2000 (2)
34     Ed Reed (Bal.)                                                 RECEIVING: 1-57-1TD vs. Hou. 9/29/02
33     Brian Dawkins (Eagles)                                         TOUCHDOWNS: 4 – vs. NYG 12/7/97 (64-yd INT return - QB Danny Kanell), at
                                                                      Mia. 10/24/99 (67-yd. INT return - QB Damon Huard), vs. SD 12/9/01 (49-yd.
33     Ronde Barber (TB)
                                                                      fumble return), vs. Hou. 9/29/02 (57-yd. reception from Brian Mitchell on a fake
25     Ray Lewis (Bal.)                                               punt)
24     Derrick Brooks (TB)
                                                                      CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 16 (twice) last at NYG 12/17/06, INTs 2 at Was.
                                                                      12/16/01, Long 67 yds. for a TD at Mia. (QB Damon Huard) 10/24/99, Sacks 2.0
                    Where Dawkins ranks:                              vs. Arz. 11/19/00
Eagles all-time interceptions:                                        MILESTONES: First NFL game at Was. 9/1/96, First start at GB 9/9/96, First
                                                                      INT at Atl. 9/22/96 (QB Bobby Hebert), First sack vs. Dal. 9/30/96 (QB Troy
34     Eric Allen (1988-94)                                           Aikman), 100th game at Sea. 12/8/02, 150th game vs. Was. 11/12/06
34     Bill Bradley (1969-76)
33     Brian Dawkins (1996-pres.)
33     Herman Edwards (1977-85)

Eagles all-time interception yardage:                                   39 – Quintin Demps – S
536 Bill Bradley (34, 1969-76)                                    A fourth round draft choice out of UTEP in 2008, Demps enters
490 Brian Dawkins (33, 1996-pres.)                                his rookie campaign as the Eagles kickoff return man and as a
482 Eric Allen (34, 1988-94)                                      reserve safety. One of the top playmaking defensive backs in
460 Lito Sheppard (17, 2002-pres.)                                college football, his 17 career interceptions were the most
                                                                  among all players in the 2008 draft class and rank 2nd in both
Eagles All-Time Games Played:                                     Conference USA and school history.
180 Harold Carmichael (1971-83)
169 Brian Dawkins (1996-pres.)                                    QUOTES:
169 Chuck Bednarik (1949-62)                                      •       S Brian Dawkins on any young players he’s been impressed
159    Randy Logan (1973-83)                                              by: “I guess I might be a little biased because he’s a safety,
157    Guy Morriss (1973-83)                                              but I’ve liked what I’ve seen Demps do. I think he’s a
                                                                          playmaker back there in the secondary…He’s always trying
Longest Current Tenured Athletes in Philadelphia                          to make a play on the ball. I think he’s a guy that has
Name                                                                      impressed me with his athleticism also.”
1. Brian Dawkins (1996-pres.)                                     •       S Quintin Mikell on Demps’ return ability: "I think he's
2. Tra Thomas (1998-pres.)                                                adjusted well. He has the right mentality for it. He's not a
3. David Akers (1999-pres.)                                               prima donna, nothing like that. He comes in and he works
4. Donovan McNabb (1999-pres.)                                            hard…He adds so much to your return game in terms of
                                                                          speed and ability. We need him on the field."
                                                                  •       Head Coach Andy Reid on Demps and DeSean Jackson as
                                                                          returners: “I think they are both explosive players. They are
                                                                          different in their game but they are both explosive, young
                                                                          and have a lot of energy…They have some personality. They
                                                                          love to play and they bring great energy to the football
                                                                          team. Our veteran players love watching them.''
 Demps 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                         46 – Jon Dorenbos – LS
Date       Opp. W/L P/S            S   A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR                  After battling a tremendous amount of personal adversity early
Sep 7      StL     W        1/0    0   0    0   0.0   0    0     0    0     0       0   0    in life, Jon Dorenbos has worked hard and stayed focused
Sep 15 @ Dal       L        1/0    0   0    0   0.0   0    0     0    0     0       0   0
                                                                                             enough to carve out a six-year career as a NFL long snapper.
Sep 21     Pit
                                                                                             Originally signed by Philadelphia in the latter half of the 2006
Sep 28 @ Chi
                                                                                             season, Dorenbos has played in 25 games for the Eagles
Oct 5      Was
Oct 12 @ SF
                                                                                             (including postseason) and inked a five-year contract extension
Oct 26     Atl                                                                               on 12/29/07, which will keep him in Philadelphia through 2012.
Nov 2    @ Sea                                                                               Dorenbos, who endured the murder of his mother by his father
Nov 9      NYG                                                                               at a young age, took up magic to help ease his mind throughout
Nov 16 @ Cin                                                                                 the tough times. Dorenbos, in fact, has become so good at his
Nov 23 @ Bal                                                                                 craft that he's been hired for shows in Hollywood and Las
Nov 27     Arz                                                                               Vegas.
Dec 7    @ NYG
Dec 15     Cle
                                                                                                            Dorenbos’ career games played:
Dec 21 @ Was
                                                                                                             2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/0/0/0
Dec 28     Dal
Season                      2/0    0   0    0   0.0   0    0     0    0     0       0   0
                                                                                                                  Career GP/GS: 62/0
Career                      2/0    0   0    0   0.0   0    0     0    0     0       0   0                         Playoff GP/GS: 2/0

ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                                     Special teams tackles: 9 – 2006 (2), 2007 (6), 2008 (1)
SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2 – 2008 (2)
                                                                                                      MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. NE 9/7/03
MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. StL 9/7/08




 Demps 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                          65 – King Dunlap – T
                              Kick Returns                      Punt Returns                 A seventh-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2008 out of Auburn,
Date        Opp.       No    Yds Avg       Lg   TD    No   FC    Yds Avg        Lg      TD   Dunlap suffered an ankle injury and was placed on the Injured
Sep 7       StL        1      15   15.0    15   0     0    0      0   0.0       0       0    Reserve list on 8/30.
Sep 15   @ Dal         6     153 25.5 47        0     0    0      0   0.0       0       0
Sep 21      Pit                                                                              INJURY REPORT:
Sep 28   @ Chi
                                                                                             •   Was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 8/30 with an
Oct 5       Was
                                                                                                 ankle injury
Oct 12   @ SF
Oct 26      Atl
Nov 2    @ Sea

                                                                                                   14 – A.J. Feeley – QB
Nov 9       NYG
Nov 16   @ Cin
Nov 23   @ Bal
                                                                                             A fifth round draft pick of the Eagles in 2001, Feeley is in his
Nov 27      Arz
                                                                                             second stint in Philadelphia after re-signing with the club
Dec 7    @ NYG
                                                                                             during the 2006 preseason and later inking a three-year
Dec 15      Cle
Dec 21   @ Was
                                                                                             contract extension on 2/25/07. Feeley started the final five
Dec 28      Dal                                                                              games of the 2002 season when Donovan McNabb and Koy
Season                 7     168 24.0 47        0     0    0      0   0.0       0       0    Detmer were both sidelined by injury, and went 4-1 in that span,
Career                 7     168 24.0 47        0     0    0      0   0.0       0       0    helping the Eagles secure home-field advantage for the
                                                                                             playoffs. He was then traded to Miami in 2004 for a second
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                             round draft choice that was used to select WR Reggie Brown,
CAREER HIGHS: KICK RETURNS – Atts. 6 at Dal. 9/15/08, Yards 153 at Dal.
9/15/08, Long 47 yds. at Dal. 9/15/08                                                        and later to San Diego during the 2005 season. As an Eagle,
MILESTONES: First kickoff return 15 yds. in the 4th qtr. vs. StL 9/7/08                      Feeley has completed 58.6% of his passes for 2,177 yards and
                                                                                             16 touchdowns.
                Feeley 2008                                                                       96 – Omar Gaither – LB
            Passing Game-By-Game                                                           A fifth-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2006, the versatile
                                                                            Sk/Yds         Gaither enters the season as the team’s starting WILL
Date        Opp P/S Att Cm. Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg                              Rat
                                                                             Lost          linebacker after serving as the starting MIKE linebacker in 2007.
Sep 7       StL   0/0     -    -        -    -    3QB     -    -        -        -    -    A vocal and instinctive playmaker, he quickly emerged as a
Sep 15   @ Dal    0/0     -    -        -    -    3QB     -    -        -        -    -    force on defense last season, tallying team highs in tackles
Sep 21      Pit                                                                            (170) and hurries (14), while also ranking 2nd in knockdowns
Sep 28 @ Chi
                                                                                           (14).
Oct 5       Was
Oct 12   @ SF
Oct 26      Atl
                                                                                           QUOTES:
Nov 2    @ Sea                                                                             •       Head Coach Andy Reid on Gaither’s outgoing leadership:
Nov 9       NYG                                                                                    “Omar’s been that way since he was a rookie. Omar has an
Nov 16 @ Cin                                                                                       extreme amount of confidence and is able to project that to
Nov 23 @ Bal                                                                                       that defense. I think they feed off of, not only his
Nov 27      Arz                                                                                    knowledge, but also his confidence and that upbeat spirit
Dec 7    @ NYG                                                                                     that he has…All the guys know that he’s sharp. He’s in tune
Dec 15      Cle                                                                                    with things and they all have a lot of confidence in him. So,
Dec 21   @ Was
                                                                                                   when he speaks, people listen.”
Dec 28      Dal
Season            0/0     0    0    0.0     0     0.0     0    0       0     0/0     0.0
Career            23/15 665 372 55.9 4070         6.12   27 29 89T 34/ 204 69.6
                                                                                                Gaither 2008 Game-By-Game
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                               Date            Opp. W/L     P/S    S    A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
FUMBLES/LOST: 10/6 – 2004 (7/4), 2005 (1/1), 2006 (1/1), 2007 (1/0)                        Sep 7           StL     W    1/1    2    0   2   0.0   0    0   0    0   1   0 0
300-yd. Passing Games: 3 – 2004 (1), 2006 (1), 2007 (1) – last 345 yds. at NE
                                                                                           Sep 15       @ Dal      L    1/1    2    1   3   0.0   0    0   0    0   0   0 0
11/25/07
                                                                                           Sep 21          Pit
CAREER HIGHS: PASSING – Atts. 51 vs. Buf. 12/5/04, Comps. 27 at NE                         Sep 28       @ Chi
11/25/07, Yds. 345 at NE 11/25/07, Long 89T to WR Hank Baskett vs. Atl.                    Oct 5           Was
12/31/06, Comp. Pct. (min 10 att.) 71.4% at TB 1/6/02, TDs 3 (three times) last            Oct 12       @ SF
at NE 11/25/07
                                                                                           Oct 26          Atl
MILESTONES: First NFL game, completion and TD at TB 1/6/02, First start vs.
                                                                                           Nov 2        @ Sea
StL. 12/1/02, First 300-yd. passing game 303 yards vs. Buf. 12/5/04
                                                                                           Nov 9           NYG
                                                                                           Nov 16       @ Cin
                                                                                           Nov 23       @ Bal
               Feeley 2008                                                                 Nov 27          Arz

           Rushing Game-By-Game                                                            Dec 7
                                                                                           Dec 15
                                                                                                        @ NYG
                                                                                                           Cle
         Date           Opp.       W/L      Att   Yds    Avg       LG       TD             Dec 21       @ Was
         Sep 7          StL        W         -     -     3QB       -         -             Dec 28          Dal
         Sep 15     @ Dal           L        -     -     3QB       -         -             Season                       2/2    4    1   5   0.0   0    0   0    0   1   0 0
         Sep 21         Pit                                                                Career                      34/23 146 87 233 1.0       17   2   65 49 16 1      0
         Sep 28     @ Chi
         Oct 5          Was                                                                    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                               SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 32 – 2006 (30), 2007 (2)
         Oct 12     @ SF
                                                                                               PLAYOFF SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 1 – 2006 (1)
         Oct 26         Atl
         Nov 2      @ Sea                                                                      CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 16 vs. Chi. 10/21/07, Sacks 1.0 at NYG 12/17/06 (QB Eli
         Nov 9          NYG                                                                    Manning), INTs 1 (twice) last at NYG 9/30/07 (QB Eli Manning), Long, 49-yds at
         Nov 16     @ Cin                                                                      NYG 9/30/07
                                                                                               MILESTONES: First NFL game at Hou. 9/10/06, First start vs. Car. 12/4/06,
         Nov 23     @ Bal
                                                                                               First INT at Was. 12/10/06 (QB Jason Campbell), First sack at NYG 12/17/06 (QB
         Nov 27         Arz
                                                                                               Eli Manning)
         Dec 7      @ NYG
         Dec 15         Cle
         Dec 21     @ Was
         Dec 28         Dal
         Season
         Career
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                                                  45
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                                                                   7T
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                                                                                                    63 – Mike Gibson – G
                                                                                           A sixth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2008 out of Cal,
         ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                      Gibson was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 8/30 with a
         CAREER HIGHS: RUSHING – Atts. 4 (three times) last vs. Sea.
                                                                                           shoulder injury.
         12/2/07, Yds. 14 vs. Sea. 12/2/07, Long 7 (twice) last vs. Sea.
         12/2/07, TD 1 at Sea. 11/21/04.
         MILESTONES: First rushing TD at Sea. 11/21/04.                                    INJURY REPORT:
                                                                                           •       Was placed on the Injured Reserve list on 8/30 with a
                                                                                                   shoulder injury
      57 – Chris Gocong – LB                                                             21 – Joselio Hanson – CB
A unique talent on defense with good pass-rush ability, Chris                         A speedy and gritty player with a knack for being around the
Gocong now enters his third season in Philadelphia. As the                            football, Joselio Hanson has provided valuable depth as a
starting SAM linebacker in 2007, Gocong played in all 16 games                        reserve cornerback over the past two seasons in Philadelphia.
and amassed 92 tackles and one sack after spending his rookie                         Originally a rookie free agent signing by San Francisco in 2003,
campaign on the Injured Reserve list. Gocong really began to                          Hanson has appeared in 47 games in his four-year career.
show his playmaking ability in the second half of the season
when defensive coordinator Jim Johnson began using him at
both linebacker and defensive end. Said teammate Sheldon                                Hanson 2008 Game-By-Game
Brown of Gocong's progression: "Chris Gocong was definitely a                         Date         Opp. W/L P/S       S   A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
nice surprise for us. He made such a leap. If you had asked me                        Sep 7        StL     W    1/0   0   1    1   0.0   0    0     0   0   0   0   0
about him in the beginning of the year, I would have told you                         Sep 15    @ Dal       L   1/0   0   0    0   0.0   0    0     0   0   0   0   0
the coaches were crazy for putting him out there. But, now I                          Sep 21       Pit

think he's going to be a Pro Bowler." A third round draft choice                      Sep 28    @ Chi
                                                                                      Oct 5        Was
in 2006, Gocong was one of college football's most prolific sack
                                                                                      Oct 12    @ SF
artists (42 sacks in 41 games) during his career at Division I-AA
                                                                                      Oct 26       Atl
Cal Poly.
                                                                                      Nov 2     @ Sea
                                                                                      Nov 9        NYG
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:                                                                    Nov 16    @ Cin
•       Recovered a fumble by QB Tony Romo in the end zone at                         Nov 23    @ Bal
        Dal. (9/15) for his 1st-career TD                                             Nov 27       Arz
        o Tallied a team-high 3 special teams tackles on the day                      Dec 7     @ NYG
                                                                                      Dec 15       Cle
                                                                                      Dec 21    @ Was
     Gocong 2008 Game-By-Game                                                         Dec 28       Dal
                                                                                      Season                    2/0   0   1    1   0.0   0    0     0   0   0   0   0
Date           Opp. W/L      P/S    S   A   T Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF          FR
                                                                                      Career                    47/8 72 28 100 2.0       2    0     0   0   21 0    1
Sep 7          StL     W     1/1    2   0 2 0.0     0    0    0    0   0    0   0
Sep 15      @ Dal       L    1/1    0   4 4 0.0     1    0    0    0   0    0    1     ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
Sep 21         Pit                                                                     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 25 – 2006 (12), 2007 (11), 2008 (2)
Sep 28 @ Chi                                                                           PLAYOFF SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2 – 2006 (2)
                                                                                       PUNT RETURNS: 1-0-0lg – 2008 (1-0-0lg)
Oct 5          Was
Oct 12      @ SF
                                                                                       CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 8 at NE 11/25/07, Sacks 1.0 (twice) last at NYJ 10/14/07
Oct 26         Atl                                                                     (QB Chad Pennington)
Nov 2       @ Sea                                                                      MILESTONES: First NFL game at NO 9/19/04, First start vs. Car. 11/14/04, First
Nov 9          NYG                                                                     sack vs. Buf. 12/26/04 (QB Drew Bledsoe)
Nov 16      @ Cin
Nov 23 @ Bal
Nov 27         Arz
Dec 7
Dec 15
            @ NYG
               Cle
                                                                                        79 – Todd Herremans – G/T
Dec 21      @ Was                                                                     A big athletic force on the offensive line, Todd Herremans has
Dec 28         Dal                                                                    been solid as the team's starting left guard over the last three
Season                       2/2    2   4 6 0.0     1    0    0    0   0    0    1
                                                                                      seasons. During his rookie year in 2005, Herremans saw
Career                      18/14 51 47 98 1.0      5    0    0    0   2    0    1
                                                                                      valuable action at left tackle for an injured Tra Thomas and
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                      successfully made the transition to guard in his sophomore
    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 14 – 2007 (11), 2008 (3)                                   campaign. A fourth round draft choice of the Eagles, Herremans
    TOUCHDOWNS: 1 – Recovered a fumble (QB Tony Romo) caused by FS Brian
                                                                                      was a Division II All-America selection at Saginaw Valley State.
    Dawkins in the end zone at Dal. 9/15/08
                                                                                      In 2006, he earned a five-year contract extension that will keep
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 9 vs. Buf. 12/30/07, Sacks 1.0 at NE 11/25/07 (QB Tom       him in Philadelphia through 2013.
    Brady)
    MILESTONES: First NFL game at GB 9/9/07, First start at NYG 9/30/07, First
    sack at NE 11/25/07 (QB Tom Brady), First TD fumble recovery in the end zone at
                                                                                                  Herreman’s career games played/started:
    Dal. 9/15/08                                                                                        2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0
                                                                                                            Career GP/GS: 38/37
                                                                                                       Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0

                                                                                          MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. GB 11/27/05
     90 – Darren Howard – DE                                                                   29 – Tony Hunt – FB
A free agent signing in 2006, the versatile and crafty Howard                        A big, physical back, Hunt (6-1, 227) enters 2008 as the team’s
brings strength and experience to the defensive line,                                starting fullback, after switching from running back during the
contributing snaps at both defensive end and defensive tackle.                       preseason. Hunt beat out several other candidates to win the
Howard has recorded 51.0 sacks over his nine-year career, the                        highly competitive battle for the starting job. A third round draft
first six of those with the New Orleans Saints. A second round                       choice out of Penn State, Hunt finished as the Nittany Lions' all-
draft choice of the Saints in 2000, Howard was a unanimous all-                      time leader in rushing atts. (654), while ranking 2nd in rushing
rookie team selection with 11 sacks.                                                 yds. (3,320) and 4th in all-purpose yds. (4,119).

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:                                                                   SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
•       Recorded a half sack and 2 QB hurries of QB Marc Bulger                      •       Made his first career start at FB and ran for a TD in a win vs.
        vs. StL (9/7)                                                                        StL (9/7)

QUOTES:                                                                              QUOTES:
•       Defensive Coordinator Jim Johnson on Howard’s offseason:                     •       RB Brian Westbrook on Hunt’s progress at fullback: “I have
        “I think Darren Howard is in the best shape he’s been in                             a lot of confidence in how he is working. He is going out
        since he’s been here…Howard's playing good. He looks like                            there every day trying to get better. He is staying extra after
        the Darren Howard we brought in [in 2006]. He's lighter.                             practice, he is going there early before meetings and things
        He's playing fast. He's a different player."                                         like that. He is trying to do everything he can to be the best
                                                                                             fullback. I expect him to continue to improve and be a very
                                                                                             good fullback.”
     Howard 2008 Game-By-Game
Date            Opp. W/L     P/S     S   A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR        INJURY REPORT:
Sep 7           StL    W     1/0     2   0    2   0.5   2   0    0   0   0   0 0     •       Suffered a hamstring injury in the 2nd qtr. at Dal. (9/15) and
Sep 15       @ Dal      L    1/0     1   1    2   0.0   0   0    0   0   0   0 0             did not return
Sep 21          Pit
Sep 28       @ Chi
Oct 5
Oct 12
                Was
             @ SF
                                                                                           Hunt 2008 Game-By-Game
Oct 26          Atl                                                                                                       Rushing                     Receiving
Nov 2        @ Sea                                                                   Date           Opp. W/L P/S Att Yds Avg LG            TD   No Yds Avg LG       TD
Nov 9           NYG                                                                  Sep 7          StL     W   1/1   2      3   1.5   2   1    1    2   2.0   2    0
Nov 16       @ Cin                                                                   Sep 15      @ Dal      L   1/0   0     0    0.0   0   0    0    0   0.0   0    0
Nov 23       @ Bal                                                                   Sep 21         Pit
Nov 27          Arz                                                                  Sep 28 @ Chi
Dec 7        @ NYG                                                                   Oct 5          Was
Dec 15          Cle                                                                  Oct 12      @ SF
Dec 21       @ Was                                                                   Oct 26         Atl
Dec 28          Dal                                                                  Nov 2       @ Sea
Season                       2/0     3   1    4   0.5   2   0    0   0   0   0 0     Nov 9          NYG
Career                      115/93 230 89 319 51.0 N/A 2        83 46 27 15 10       Nov 16      @ Cin
                                                                                     Nov 23 @ Bal
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                     Nov 27         Arz
    INTERCEPTIONS: 2000 (1-46 at Car. 11/12/00, QB Steve Beuerlein), 2001 (1-37 at   Dec 7       @ NYG
    StL 10/28/01, QB Kurt Warner)                                                    Dec 15         Cle
                                                                                     Dec 21      @ Was
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 11 at Min. 9/25/05, Sacks 3.0 at Was. 10/13/02, INTs 1
    (twice) last at StL 10/28/01, Long 46 at Car. 11/12/00                           Dec 28         Dal
    MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. Det. 9/3/00, First sack at SD           Season                     2/1   2      3   1.5   2   1    1    2   2.0   2    0
    9/10/00 (QB Ryan Leaf), First INT at Car. 11/12/00 (QB Steve Beuerlein), 100th   Career                     10/1 12     19   1.6   4   2    1    2   2.0   2    0
    NFL game vs. Det. 9/23/07
                                                                                         ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                         SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 1 – 2008 (1)

                                                                                         CAREER HIGHS: RUSHING - Atts. 4 vs. Det. 9/23/07, Yards 7 at NYG 9/30/07,
                                                                                         Long 4 at NYG 9/30/07, TDs 1 (twice) last vs. StL 9/7/08; RECEIVING – Recepts.
                                                                                         1 vs. StL 9/7/08, Yards 2 vs. StL 9/7/08, Long 2 vs. StL 9/7/08
                                                                                         MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Det. 9/23/07, First TD vs. Det. 9/23/07, First
                                                                                         start vs. StL 9/7/08
                                                                               o    Jackson’s 203 all-purpose yds. (106 rec. yds. & 97 punt
    33 – Jack Ikegwuonu – CB                                                        ret. yds.) vs. StL (9/7) were the most ever for an Eagles
A fourth-round draft choice of the Eagles in 2008, Ikegwuonu                        rookie in his debut, breaking the previous mark held
was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list on 8/26. He                      by Ken Keller of 192 yds. at LA on 9/30/56
will be eligible to return to practice with the team any time                  o    His 107 rec. yds. on opening day vs. StL (9/7) were the
between weeks six through nine of the regular season.                               2nd-highest total in team history for a rookie behind
                                                                                    Don Looney, who holds the record with 115 yds. on 8
                                                                                    recepts. on 9/15/40 at GB. *According to the Elias
INJURY REPORT:
                                                                                    Sports Bureau
•    Ikegwuonu was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury
                                                                               o    With 100-yd. days vs. StL (9/7) Jackson (6-106), Hank
     list on 8/26 for a knee injury suffered during a workout
                                                                                    Baskett (2-102), and Greg Lewis (5-104) combined to
     prior to the NFL draft
                                                                                    make the Eagles the first NFL team with three 100-yd.
                                                                                    receivers since Kansas City’s Derrick Alexander (9-
    Ikegwuonu 2008 Game-By-Game                                                     139), Tony Gonzalez (9-134), and Sylvester Morris (6-
                                                                                    102) hit that trifecta in a 49-31 loss at Oakland on
Date       Opp. W/L P/S    S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
Sep 7      StL   W   0/0   -   -   -    NFI/KNEE       -   -   -   -   -
                                                                                    11/5/00. The last time three Eagles receivers recorded
Sep 15 @ Dal     L   0/0   -   -   -    NFI/KNEE       -   -   -   -   -            100-yards-or-more in the same game was on 12/18/60,
Sep 21     Pit                                                                      when Timmy Brown (5-128), Tommy McDonald (2-116),
Sep 28 @ Chi                                                                        and Pete Retzlaff (5-110) did so in a 38-28 victory at
Oct 5      Was                                                                      Washington. *According to the Elias Sports Bureau
Oct 12 @ SF
Oct 26     Atl                                                             QUOTES:
Nov 2    @ Sea
                                                                           •   Head Coach Andy Reid on Jackson learning defense to help
Nov 9      NYG
                                                                               his offense: "It's rare for a young guy to do that. Normally,
Nov 16 @ Cin
                                                                               they are just concentrating on themselves and learning the
Nov 23 @ Bal
Nov 27     Arz
                                                                               offense. But I know he asks [the Eagles] corners if he's
Dec 7    @ NYG                                                                 giving away any tendencies or any indicators on his
Dec 15     Cle                                                                 specific routes. And then on the flip side, he'll check with
Dec 21 @ Was                                                                   those cornerbacks on their techniques they use to defend a
Dec 28     Dal                                                                 certain route he'll run. He's very open to that
Season               0/0   0   0   0   0.0   0     0   0   0   0   0   0       communication and it's helping him."
Career               0/0   0   0   0   0.0   0     0   0   0   0   0   0   •   Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on Jackson’s
                                                                               quick learning: “There are a couple of things that he has
                                                                               that allows him to be a really fast learner. First of all, he’s a
                                                                               natural player. His movements are just natural. He does a
    10 – DeSean Jackson – WR                                                   lot of things that we teach that he just does
                                                                               naturally…Secondly, he’s really sharp, football-wise.
A second-round pick of the Eagles in 2008, DeSean Jackson
                                                                               Really, for him it takes him once or twice, maybe three
enters the season as the team’s starting punt returner and will
                                                                               reps, and he’s got it. He can take it from the classroom to
also contribute as a wide receiver. A first-team All-America
                                                                               the field very quickly as well.”
selection in 2007, he scored 29 total touchdowns in 36 career
                                                                           •   RB Brian Westbrook on how exciting Jackson is to watch:
games in college and set a Pac-10 Conference record with six
                                                                               “He’s an exciting player. I think probably since I’ve been
punt returns for touchdowns in his career, two shy of the NCAA
                                                                               here he probably is one of the more exciting
all-time record of eight. His career average of 16.7 yards per
                                                                               rookies…DeSean, specifically, he’s gone out there and his
return set a Cal record and ranks second in Pac-10 history
                                                                               moves, his speed have really been exciting for me and for
behind baseball Hall of Famer, Jackie Robinson of UCLA (18.8).
                                                                               the other guys on the team as well. We expect a lot of him,
                                                                               so we need him to help this team whether it’s with field
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:                                                             position, as well as big plays on offense.”
•    Caught 6 catches for 110 yds. at Dal. (9/15), including a             •   FS Brian Dawkins on Jackson’s ability to make defenders
     career-long 60-yd. bomb from QB Donovan McNabb                            miss: “When you have a receiver who can get up the field
     o For the 2nd straight week, Jackson eclipsed 100-yds.                    like he gets up the field, obviously, making it look
          receiving (110), making him only the 2nd player in NFL               effortless. The thing I’ve seen a lot of good receivers have
          history to start a career with two consecutive 100-yd.               is a step-back move—to be able to catch the ball, and once
          games. The only other player to do it was former                     you catch it, make the first guy pause and stop his feet
          Eagles WR Don Looney (1940), according to Elias                      because you have a step-back move. That’s what he has;
          Sports Bureau                                                        he has the ability to step back once he catches the ball and
•    Started in his debut vs. StL (9/7) and recorded 6 catches for             make that first cat miss. Then he has the acceleration to get
     106 yds, including a long of 47 yds. on his first career                  away from him really fast. Not a lot of people have that. He
     recept. Also went 8-97-60lg on punt returns which tied him                definitely has it.”
     for 2nd on the Eagles all-time list for most punt returns in a        •   TE L.J. Smith on Jackson’s combination of skills: "What
     game and placed him 5th in punt return yards in a game                    DeSean has is very unique as far as playmaking skills.
    Some guys have the moves, but not the speed. Some guys
    have the speed, but they don't have the knack for making               Jackson 2008 Game-By-Game
    that move. He has both."                                                                             Punt Returns                  Kick Returns
•   Head Coach Andy Reid on Jackson and Quintin Demps as                  Date         Opp.    No    FC    Yds Avg      Lg   TD   No   Yds Avg    Lg    TD
    returners: “I think they are both explosive players. They are         Sep 7        StL      8    0     97   12.1    60   0    0    0    0.0    0    0
    different in their game but they are both explosive, young            Sep 15    @ Dal       2    0     12   6.0     11   0    0    0    0.0    0    0
                                                                          Sep 21       Pit
    and have a lot of energy…They have some personality. They
                                                                          Sep 28    @ Chi
    love to play and they bring great energy to the football
                                                                          Oct 5        Was
    team. Our veteran players love watching them.''
                                                                          Oct 12    @ SF
                                                                          Oct 26       Atl

    Jackson 2008 Game-By-Game                                             Nov 2     @ Sea
                                                                          Nov 9        NYG
    Date        Opp.    W/L     P/S    No    Yds    Avg     Lg     TD     Nov 16    @ Cin
    Sep 7       StL       W     1/1     6    106    17.7    47     0      Nov 23    @ Bal
    Sep 15   @ Dal        L     1/1     6     110   18.3    60     0      Nov 27       Arz
    Sep 21      Pit                                                       Dec 7     @ NYG
    Sep 28   @ Chi                                                        Dec 15       Cle
    Oct 5       Was                                                       Dec 21    @ Was
    Oct 12   @ SF                                                         Dec 28       Dal
    Oct 26      Atl                                                       Season               10    0     109 10.9 60       0    0    0    0.0    0    0
    Nov 2    @ Sea                                                        Career               10    0     109 10.9 60       0    0    0    0.0    0    0
    Nov 9       NYG
    Nov 16   @ Cin                                                         ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    Nov 23   @ Bal                                                         CAREER HIGHS: PUNT RETURNS – Atts. 8 vs. StL 9/7/08, Yards 97 vs. StL
                                                                           9/7/08, Long 60 vs. StL 9/7/08
    Nov 27      Arz
                                                                           MILESTONES: First punt return 8 yards in the 1st qtr. vs. StL 9/7/08 (P Donnie
    Dec 7    @ NYG
                                                                           Jones)
    Dec 15      Cle
    Dec 21   @ Was
    Dec 28      Dal
    Season                      2/2    12    216    18.0    60     0
    Career                      2/2    12    216    18.0    60     0          67 –Jamaal Jackson– C/G
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                          A rookie free agent signee from Delaware State in 2003, Jamaal
    100-YD. RECEIVING GAMES: 2 – 2008 (2)                                 Jackson has utilized his big frame and a strong work ethic to not
    FUMBLES/LOST: 1/0 – 2008 (1/0)                                        only earn a starting role in the middle of the Eagles offensive
    CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 6 (twice) last at Dal. 9/15/08, Yards 110 at   line, but a seven-year contract extension that will keep him in
    Dal. 9/15/08, Long 60 at Dal. 9/15/08                                 Philadelphia through 2013. Jackson spent most of his rookie
    MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. StL 9/7/08, First            season on the practice squad and all of 2004 on Injured Reserve
    recept. 47-yds. from QB Donovan McNabb vs. StL 9/7/08, First 100-
                                                                          with a torn triceps muscle. He was thrust into the starting lineup
    yd. receiving game 106 yds. vs. StL 9/7/08
                                                                          for an injured Hank Fraley in the final eight games of 2005,
                                                                          before earning the starting role after a training camp battle with
                                                                          Fraley in the summer of 2006.

                                                                                        Jackson’s career games played/started:
                                                                                              2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0
                                                                                                  Career GP/GS: 42/42
                                                                                             Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0
                                                                                             Fumbles/Lost: 1/1 – 2007 (1/1)

                                                                                         MILESTONES: First NFL game and start
                                                                                                  vs. Dal. 11/14/05
                                                                          know you have to stay on top of your game because he
    62 – Max Jean--Gilles – G                                             could easily be out here starting if one of us lets up.”
A burly guard with good athletic ability, Max Jean-Gilles is a
monstrous force on the offensive line. Originally a fourth-round        Jordan 2008 Game-By-Game
draft choice of the Eagles in 2006, Jean-Gilles was impressive
                                                                     Date       Opp. W/L P/S       S   A   T    Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
when given the opportunity during his sophomore campaign. He
                                                                     Sep 7      StL      W   1/0   1   0    1   0.0   0    0    0    0   0   0     0
appeared in four games and notched his first career start at New
                                                                     Sep 15 @ Dal        L   1/0   0   0   0    0.0   0    0    0    0   0   0     0
Orleans on December 23rd for an injured Shawn Andrews.
                                                                     Sep 21     Pit
                                                                     Sep 28 @ Chi
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:                                                   Oct 5      Was
•   Played the entire second half at RG at Dal. (9/15) after         Oct 12 @ SF
    Shawn Andrews left with a back injury                            Oct 26     Atl
                                                                     Nov 2    @ Sea

QUOTES:                                                              Nov 9      NYG
                                                                     Nov 16 @ Cin
•   Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on Jean-Gilles’
                                                                     Nov 23 @ Bal
    ability: “You win with guys like Max. Max is a fighter. He’s a
                                                                     Nov 27     Arz
    big strong, big effort. He loves to play the game, and when      Dec 7    @ NYG
    you love to play the game you’re going to work hard,             Dec 15     Cle
    normally, and you’re going to get better every day.”             Dec 21 @ Was
                                                                     Dec 28     Dal
          Jean-Gilles’ career games played/started:                  Season                  2/0   1   0    1   0.0   0    0    0    0   0   0     0
                2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/0/0/0                           Career                  11/1 16   5   21 0.0     0    0    0    0   0   0     0
                       Career GP/GS: 6/1
                                                                      ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
               Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 0/0/2/0                          SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 22 – 2007 (19), 2008 (3)


        MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Det. 9/23/07,                  CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 14 vs. Buf. 12/30/07
                                                                      MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Dal. 11/4/07, First start vs. Buf. 12/30/07
                First start at NO 12/23/07




    56 – Akeem Jordan – LB                                             74 – Winston Justice – T
A speedy, playmaking linebacker, Akeem Jordan quickly                The team's second round draft pick in 2006, Winston Justice has
progressed in his rookie campaign after originally signing with      spent most of his first three seasons learning his trade behind
the Eagles as an undrafted free agent out of Division I-AA James     Pro Bowl tackles Tra Thomas and Jon Runyan. Justice showed
Madison in 2007. Making the most of his opportunity after            some promise in his sophomore campaign, playing in seven
being promoted from the practice squad in the middle of the          games and notching his first start. He won a national
season, Jordan went on to lead the team in special teams             championship and blocked for three Heisman Trophy winners
tackles (19) and ranked 4th in special teams production points       during his collegiate career at USC.
(209) despite playing in just nine games.
                                                                                      Justice’s career games played/started:
QUOTES:                                                                                     2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 0/0/2/0
•   Special Teams Coordinator Rory Segrest on Jordan’s role on                                    Career GP/GS: 7/1
    special teams: “He’s just a guy who knows how to play                                  Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 0/0/2/0
    football. He ends up in the right spot, he takes coaching
    well, he always has a high motor and does things the way                     MILESTONES: First NFL game at GB 9/9/07,
    you ask him to do it. I’m expecting him to be one of our                            First start at NYG 9/30/07
    special teams leaders this year. He could do a great job for
    us.”
•   Defensive Coordinator Jim Johnson on what progress Jordan
    has made: “He’s the fourth linebacker. He can play, he can            68 – Dan Klecko – DT
    start, he could start at WILL for us, and we have a lot of       A native of Marlboro, New Jersey, and a product of nearby
    confidence in him. He’s a good linebacker; he could start in     Temple University, Dan Klecko signed a two-year contract with
    nickel. We have three starting linebackers, but he’s right in    the Eagles on 3/17/08. Klecko, who has seen action at
    there as the number four—and he could be number three at         defensive tackle, linebacker, and fullback during his six-year
    any time.”                                                       career, has been a part of three Super Bowl Championship
•   LB Stewart Bradley the competition Jordan provides: “He's        teams while with New England (2003-05) and Indianapolis
    just a really good player, really athletic, really smart. He     (2006-07). Dan's father, Joe Klecko, was an All-America
    knows what he's doing out there. He covers well, he moves        defensive lineman at Temple and an All-Pro defensive tackle
    well, he's got good natural instincts. Every team needs          with the New York Jets.
    good competition, and he pushes us to work harder. You
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
•       Recorded a sack of QB Marc Bulger in his first game as an                                   4 – Kevin Kolb – QB
        Eagle vs. StL (9/7), while also making a key block as a                          A second round choice and the Eagles first overall selection in
        fullback on Tony Hunt’s 1-yd. TD                                                 2007, Kevin Kolb (pronounced COBB) spent his rookie season
                                                                                         learning the offense behind veteran quarterbacks Donovan
QUOTES:                                                                                  McNabb and A.J. Feeley. A four-year starter at Houston, Kolb
•       Defensive Coordinator Jim Johnson on whether he has seen                         turned in one of the finest seasons by a quarterback in school
        a guy with Klecko’s build be able to do the things he’s                          history as a senior in 2006, connecting on 292 of 432 passes for
        done: “No, I haven’t. He has such great quickness. He has                        3,809 yds., 30 TDs and just 4 INTs, en route to being named
        good football sense and he loves to play. He’s a high-motor                      Conference USA offensive player of the year.
        guy. The biggest thing he has is he really has quickness.”
•       General Manager Tom Heckert on Klecko being undersized:                          SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
        “He's a guy that you look at him on the hoof and he doesn't                      •       In his first significant game action, completed 5 of 6 passes
        look like he can do the things he does, but he's an                                      for 53 yds. and a QB rating of 103.5 vs. StL (9/7)
        instinctive guy and he just makes plays. He has a knack of
        getting to the football and he's such a great technician that
        he gets away with being undersized."                                                 Kolb 2008 Passing Game-By-Game
•       DT Brodrick Bunkley on his technique: "Man, Kleck is quick                                                                                           Sk/Yds
                                                                                         Date           Opp P/S Att Cm. Pct Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg                     Rat
        and slippery. He just knows how to work the edges. In                                                                                                 Lost
                                                                                         Sep 7          StL   1/0 6     5   83.3 53      8.8     0   0 16     0/0     103.5
        order to be a great pass rusher, you have to know how to
                                                                                         Sep 15      @ Dal    0/0 -     -     -    -     DNP     -   -   -     -        -
        work the edges. He's a specialist at that."
                                                                                         Sep 21         Pit
                                                                                         Sep 28      @ Chi

      Klecko 2008 Game-By-Game                                                           Oct 5
                                                                                         Oct 12
                                                                                                        Was
                                                                                                     @ SF
Date             Opp.    W/L P/S      S   A   T Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR              Oct 26         Atl
Sep 7            StL      W     1/0   1   0   1   1.0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0    Nov 2       @ Sea
Sep 15        @ Dal       L     1/0   0   0   0   0.0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0    Nov 9          NYG
Sep 21           Pit                                                                     Nov 16      @ Cin
Sep 28        @ Chi                                                                      Nov 23      @ Bal
Oct 5            Was                                                                     Nov 27         Arz
Oct 12        @ SF                                                                       Dec 7       @ NYG
Oct 26           Atl                                                                     Dec 15         Cle
Nov 2         @ Sea                                                                      Dec 21      @ Was
Nov 9            NYG                                                                     Dec 28         Dal
Nov 16        @ Cin                                                                      Season               1/0 6     5   83.3 53      8.8     0   0 16     0/0     103.5
Nov 23        @ Bal                                                                      Career               2/0 6     5   83.3 53      8.8     0   0 16     2/13    103.5
Nov 27           Arz
Dec 7         @ NYG                                                                          ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
Dec 15           Cle                                                                         FUMBLES/LOST: 1/1 – 2007 (1/1)

Dec 21        @ Was
                                                                                             CAREER HIGHS: Atts. 6 vs, StL 9/7/08, Comps. 5 vs. StL 9/7/08, Yards 53 vs.
Dec 28           Dal                                                                         StL 9/7/08, Long 16 yds. to WR Greg Lewis in the 4th qtr. vs. StL 9/7/08
Season                         2/0    1   0   1   1.0    0    0    0    0   0   0   0        MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Det. 9/23/07, First comp. 6 yds. to TE Brent
Career                         49/3 29 12 41 4.0 N/A          0    0    0   0   0    1       Celek in the 4th qtr. vs. StL 9/7/08

    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 5 – 2003 (1), 2004 (3), 2005 (1)
    KICKOFF RETURNS: 2-20-10lg-1FC – 2003 (2-20-10lg), 2004 (1FC)

    CAREER HIGHS: DEFENSIVE - Tackles 3 (four times) last vs. Ten. 12/30/07,
    Sacks 1.0 (twice) last at Bal. 12/9/07 (QB Kyle Boller); RUSHING - Atts. 1 (twice)
    last at Mia. 10/19/03, Yds. 5 vs. NYG 10/12/03, Long 5 vs. NYG 10/12/03;
    RECEIVING - Recepts 2 vs. NYJ 10/24/04, Yards 11 vs. Sea. 10/17/04, Long 11
    vs. Sea. 10/17/04, TDs 1 vs. Mia. 12/31/06 (1 vs. NE 1/21/07 AFC Championship
    Game)
    MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. NYJ 9/21/03, First sack at Was. 9/28/03 (QB
    Patrick Ramsey), First start at Den. 11/3/03, First TD vs. Mia. 12/31/06 (2-yard
    TD pass from Tom Brady)
              Kolb 2008                                                    Laws 2008 Game-By-Game
         Rushing Game-By-Game                                        Date         Opp. W/L P/S      S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
                                                                     Sep 7        StL     W   1/0   0   1   1   0.0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
       Date        Opp.   W/L   Att   Yds   Avg    LG   TD
                                                                     Sep 15 @ Dal         L   1/0   0   0   0   0.0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
       Sep 7       StL     W     3    -3    -1.0   -1   0
                                                                     Sep 21       Pit
       Sep 15   @ Dal       L    -     -    DNP    -    -
                                                                     Sep 28 @ Chi
       Sep 21      Pit
                                                                     Oct 5        Was
       Sep 28   @ Chi
                                                                     Oct 12 @ SF
       Oct 5       Was
                                                                     Oct 26       Atl
       Oct 12   @ SF
                                                                     Nov 2      @ Sea
       Oct 26      Atl
                                                                     Nov 9        NYG
       Nov 2    @ Sea
                                                                     Nov 16 @ Cin
       Nov 9       NYG
                                                                     Nov 23 @ Bal
       Nov 16   @ Cin
                                                                     Nov 27       Arz
       Nov 23   @ Bal
                                                                     Dec 7      @ NYG
       Nov 27      Arz
                                                                     Dec 15       Cle
       Dec 7    @ NYG
                                                                     Dec 21 @ Was
       Dec 15      Cle
                                                                     Dec 28       Dal
       Dec 21   @ Was
                                                                     Season                   2/0   0   1   1   0.0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
       Dec 28      Dal
                                                                     Career                   2/0   0   1   1   0.0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0
       Season                    3    -3    -1.0   -1   0
       Career                    6    -5    -0.8   0    0                ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                         CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 1 vs. StL 9/7/08
                                                                         MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. StL 9/7/08



    93 – Trevor Laws – DT
The Eagles first overall selection in 2008, Laws adds depth and             83 – Greg Lewis – WR
energy to the defensive line. In 2007, the second-round pick led
                                                                     A precise route runner with a knack for coming up with clutch
Notre Dame with career highs in sacks (4.0) and tackles (112),
                                                                     catches, Greg Lewis has been a steady contributor for the
with the most tackles by a defensive lineman in the major
                                                                     Eagles in his six-year career, catching 116 passes for 1,592
college ranks. For his career, Laws appeared in 49 games (25
                                                                     yards and six scores. Originally signed as a rookie free agent in
starts), recording 224 tackles, 22.5 tackles for a loss, 10 sacks,
                                                                     2003, Lewis was quick to absorb the West Coast offense even
2 forced fumbles, 4 fumble recoveries, 1 interception, and six
                                                                     though he did not start as a senior at Illinois. In 2004, he inked
blocked kicks.
                                                                     a five-year contract extension through 2011.

INJURY REPORT:
                                                                     SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
•   Suffered a quad contusion in the second qtr. at Dal. (9/15)
                                                                     •       Went 5-104 and caught a regular season career long 52-
    and did not return
                                                                             yarder from QB Donovan McNabb in a win vs. StL (9/7), for
                                                                             his 1st career 100-yd. performance
                                                                             o With 100-yd. days vs. StL (9/7), Lewis (5-104), DeSean
                                                                                  Jackson (6-106), and Hank Baskett (2-102) combined to
                                                                                  make the Eagles the first NFL team with three 100-yd.
                                                                                  receivers since Kansas City’s Derrick Alexander (9-
                                                                                  139), Tony Gonzalez (9-134), and Sylvester Morris (6-
                                                                                  102) hit that trifecta in a 49-31 loss at Oakland on
                                                                                  11/5/00. The last time three Eagles receivers recorded
                                                                                  100-yards-or-more in the same game was on 12/18/60,
                                                                                  when Timmy Brown (5-128), Tommy McDonald (2-116),
                                                                                  and Pete Retzlaff (5-110) did so in a 38-28 victory at
                                                                                  Washington. *According to the Elias Sports Bureau
      Lewis 2008 Game-By-Game                                                Mays 2008 Game-By-Game
     Date        Opp.    W/L    P/S    No    Yds    Avg    Lg     TD     Date       Opp. W/L P/S    S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
     Sep 7       StL      W     1/0     5    104    20.8   52     0      Sep 7      StL   W   0/0   -   -   -    -    IA   -   -   -   -   -   -
     Sep 15   @ Dal       L     1/0     3     36    12.0   17     0      Sep 15 @ Dal     L   0/0   -   -   -    -    IA   -   -   -   -   -   -
     Sep 21      Pit                                                     Sep 21     Pit
     Sep 28   @ Chi                                                      Sep 28 @ Chi
     Oct 5       Was                                                     Oct 5      Was
     Oct 12   @ SF                                                       Oct 12 @ SF
     Oct 26      Atl                                                     Oct 26     Atl
     Nov 2    @ Sea                                                      Nov 2    @ Sea
     Nov 9       NYG                                                     Nov 9      NYG
     Nov 16   @ Cin                                                      Nov 16 @ Cin
     Nov 23   @ Bal                                                      Nov 23 @ Bal
     Nov 27      Arz                                                     Nov 27     Arz
     Dec 7    @ NYG                                                      Dec 7    @ NYG
     Dec 15      Cle                                                     Dec 15     Cle
     Dec 21   @ Was                                                      Dec 21 @ Was
     Dec 28      Dal                                                     Dec 28     Dal
     Season                     2/0     8    140    17.5   52     0      Season               0/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0   0   0   0   0   0
     Career                    76/23   116   1592   13.7   52     6      Career               0/0   0   0   0   0.0   0    0   0   0   0   0   0

     ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 40 – 2003 (11), 2004 (15), 2006 (8), 2007
     (6)

                                                                             77 – Mike McGlynn – G
     FUMBLES/LOST: 3/2 – 2006 (1/1), 2007 (2/1)
     RUSHING: 6-29-11-0TD – 2004 (4-16-11lg), 2005 (2-13-8lg)
     PASSING: 1-0-0-0-0TD - 2007 (1-0-0-0-0TD)
     KICKOFF RETURNS: 6-83-28lg – 2004 (2-28-15lg), 2006 (2-46-28lg),    A fourth-round pick in 2008, McGlynn looks to add depth to the
     2007 (1-3-3lg), 2008 (1-6-6lg)                                      offensive line in his rookie campaign. He earned third-team All-
     PUNT RETURNS: 4-4-5lg-1FC – 2007 (4-4-5lg-1FC)                      America and first-team All-Big East honors after shifting from
     CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 6 (twice) last vs. Oak. 9/25/05, Yds. 104
                                                                         tackle to right guard as a senior in 2007.
     vs. StL 9/7/08, Long 52 vs. Min. 1/16/05 (NFC-D) (QB Donovan
     McNabb), 52 vs. StL 9/7/08 (QB Donovan McNabb), TDs 2 (twice)                   McGlynn’s career games played/started:
     last at NE 11/25/07 (QB A.J. Feeley)
     MILESTONES: First NFL game at NYG 10/19/03, First recept. at Atl.
                                                                                          2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 0/0/2/0
     11/2/03 (from QB Donovan McNabb), First start at Det. 9/26/04,                            Career GP/GS: 0/0
     First TD vs. NE 2/6/05 (Super Bowl 39) (30- yds. from QB Donovan
     McNabb), vs. SF 9/18/05 (QB Donovan McNabb), First 100-yd. game
     104 vs. StL 9/7/08

                                                                             5 – Donovan McNabb – QB
                                                                         A multi-dimensional threat at quarterback, Donovan McNabb
        51 – Joe Mays – LB                                               has helped raise the standards of success of this franchise
                                                                         since 1999, when the Eagles chose him with the 2nd overall pick
A sixth-round selection out of North Dakota State, the hard-             in the draft. Along the way, McNabb has become one of the
hitting Joe Mays impressed in the preseason and will work in as          NFL's most recognizable and elite players, and was rewarded
the backup MIKE linebacker in 2008. An All-America selection             with a lucrative, 12-year contract extension in 2002. And
as a senior in 2007, led Division I-AA North Dakota State with a         although he has led the Eagles to a Super Bowl, four NFC
career-high 90 tackles, 9 TFLs and 2.5 sacks, en route to being          Championship game appearances and more postseason wins
named the Great West Conference Defensive Player of the Year.            (7) than any other quarterback in team history, McNabb, a five-
                                                                         time Pro Bowl selection, has his eyes focused on even loftier
BIRDSEED:                                                                goals. His production on the field, his personality, leadership
•   He and wife, LaToyia, gave birth to a baby boy on 9/8/08             skills, sense of humor, work ethic and attitude, all add up to
    named Jai (pronounced Jay) Jevon Mays                                give Philadelphia one of the most well-rounded athletes.

QUOTES:                                                                  SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
•   LB Omar Gaither on Mays as a tackler: “Once he gets his              •   Tied former Eagles QB Ron Jaworski for the most TD passes
    hands on you, you know you’re going down…You see him in                  in Eagles history (175) with a 6-yd. TD pass to RB Brian
    on a lot of plays out there, so I think his progression is               Westbrook at Dal. (9/15)
    going well. He certainly makes it hard for offenses when             •   Threw for 361 yds. and 3 TDs, with a 131.0 QB rating in a win
    you have a guy like that who's strong and who can run and                vs. StL (9/7). The 361 passing yards were his most on
    who can hit."                                                            opening day, topping his previous best of 330 set on
                                                                             9/12/04 vs. NYG. Earned FedEx Air player of the week
                                                                             honors for his performance
QUOTES:                                                                     NFL’s all-time QB career INT percentage
•    Owner Jeffrey Lurie on the 10-year relationship of Reid and            Name                       Att.    INT         Pct.
     McNabb: “It’s very special. They’ve been one of the most               Donovan McNabb             3,802 79            2.08
     special, successful duos in probably the history of the                Neil O’Donnell             3,229   68          2.11
     league, and it’s still just there. They’re both in their prime,        Mark Brunell               4,594   106         2.31
     coach and quarterback.”                                                Jeff Garcia                3,341   78          2.33
•    Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on McNabb’s                     Tom Brady                  3,653   86          2.35
     drive: “Of all the great players I have coached, Donovan, I            *min. 1500 attempts

     think, has a chance to be a first-ballot Hall of Famer. I really
     think that. Now, there is a little bit left to do here, but all        The Eagles record when McNabb…
     the great players have that mentality that they are never              has 4 or more TD passes: 10-0
     done learning.”                                                        has a QB rating over 100.0: 37-2
•    Head Coach Andy Reid on McNabb coming back from injury:                has a completion percentage over 70% (min. 20 atts.): 13-0
     “He's the team leader and he's handled that with great                 passes for over 300 yards: 18-5
     responsibility and grace. He's unique. He has that great               completes 20-or more passes: 44-16
     sense of humor where he can be the funniest guy on the                 does not throw an INT (min. 20 atts.): 40-16
     bus. At the same time, when he needs to crank it up he can             is sacked fewer than twice (min. 20 atts.): 21-5
     get after you a little bit. To have a leader like that, from a         *Regular and Postseason

     head coaching stand point, you cannot get enough of that."
•    S Brian Dawkins on his impression of McNabb training                   Only 7 players in NFL History have over 25,000 passing
     camp: “We go against him, obviously, in team drills and                yards and 2,500 rushing yards
     non-contact live drills. He’s putting the ball on point. His                                      Rush Yards       Pass Yards
     zip is where it needs to be, his deep ball has been great,             Randall Cunningham           4,928            29,979
     and his movement, for me, is always the key for him. Even              Steve Young                  4,239            33,124
     though it’s not live on him, you still can see his footwork            Fran Tarkenton               3,674            47,003
     when he’s able to avoid the blitzers who come through. For             Steve McNair                 3,590            31,304
     me, that’s always a huge point in Donovan’s game,                      John Elway                   3,407            51,475
     because of the athlete he is on top of the arm he has and              Donovan McNabb               2,985            26,046
     the quarterback he is.”                                                Jim Harbaugh                 2,787            26,288


                       Eagles All-Time Passers                              Longest Current Tenured Athletes in Philadelphia
Now in his 10th season, McNabb ranks among the Eagles all-time QBs          Name
with Ron Jaworski (1977-86) and Randall Cunningham (1985-95).               1. Brian Dawkins (1996-pres.)
                                                                            2. Tra Thomas (1998-pres.)
Attempts              Completions        Yards           TDs
3,918-Jaworksi        2,235-McNabb       26,963-Jaworski   175-Jaworski
                                                                            3. David Akers (1999-pres.)
3,802-McNabb          2,088-Jaworski     26,046-McNabb     175-McNabb       4. Donovan McNabb (1999-pres.)
3,362-Cunningham      1,874 Cunningham   22,877-Cunningham 150-Cunningham

                                                                            ACTIVE QBs WHO LEAD A TEAM IN TD PASSES
Highest winning percentage among active starting QBs                        Quarterback            Team           TDs
Name                     Win    Loss      Pct.                              Brett Favre            Green Bay *    442
Tom Brady                87     24       .784                               Peyton Manning         Indianapolis   307
Peyton Manning           105    56       .652                               Tom Brady              New England    197
Donovan McNabb           74     40       .649                               Donovan McNabb         Philadelphia   175
Brett Favre              161    94       .631                               Mark Brunell           Jacksonville * 144
*min. 100 starts                                                            Jake Delhomme          Carolina       98
                                                                            David Carr             Houston *      59
NFL’s all-time TD/INT ratio                                                 *Not current team
Name                        TD              INT        Pct.
Tom Brady                   197             86        2.29
Donovan McNabb              175             79        2.22
Steve Young                 232             107       2.17
Peyton Manning              308             155       1.99
Joe Montana                 273             139       1.96
*min. 1500 attempts
              McNabb 2008                                                                       McNabb 2008
          Passing Game-By-Game                                                              Rushing Game-By-Game
                                                                     Sk/Yds                 Date          Opp.     W/L    Att   Yds    Avg    LG       TD
Date       Opp    P/S    Att Cm. Pct     Yds Yds/Att TD Int Lg              Rat
                                                                      Lost                  Sep 7         StL       W      1      3    3.0     3       0
Sep 7      StL     1/1   33   21 63.6 361        10.9    3   0 90T    0/0    131.0          Sep 15     @ Dal        L      5     20    4.0    10       0
Sep 15 @ Dal       1/1   37   25 67.6 281         7.6    1   0 60     4/22 99.0             Sep 21        Pit
Sep 21     Pit                                                                              Sep 28     @ Chi
Sep 28 @ Chi                                                                                Oct 5         Was
Oct 5      Was                                                                              Oct 12     @ SF
Oct 12 @ SF                                                                                 Oct 26        Atl
Oct 26     Atl                                                                              Nov 2      @ Sea
Nov 2    @ Sea                                                                              Nov 9         NYG
Nov 9      NYG                                                                              Nov 16     @ Cin
Nov 16 @ Cin                                                                                Nov 23     @ Bal
Nov 23 @ Bal                                                                                Nov 27        Arz
Nov 27     Arz                                                                              Dec 7      @ NYG
Dec 7    @ NYG                                                                              Dec 15        Cle
Dec 15     Cle                                                                              Dec 21     @ Was
Dec 21 @ Was                                                                                Dec 28        Dal
Dec 28     Dal                                                                              Season                         6     23    3.8    10       0
Season            2/2    70   46 65.7 642        9.2     4   0 90T 4/22 114.1               Career                        503   2985   5.9    54       24
                                                                      303/
Career           120/114 3802 2235 58.8 26046    6.9    175 79 91T           86.3
                                                                      1851                  ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                            100-YD. RUSHING GAMES: 3 – 2000 (1), 2002 (2) – last 107
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                                yds. vs. NYG 10/28/02
TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS: 5 - 1999 (1 pass to Jed Weaver and 1 rush vs. Was.                   PLAYOFF 100-YD. RUSHING GAMES: 1 – 107 yds. vs. GB
11/14/99), 2002 (1 pass to Chad Lewis vs. Hou. 9/29/02 and 1 pass to Chad Lewis             1/11/04 (NFC-D)
vs. NYG 10/28/02), 2005 (1 pass to Brian Westbrook at KC 10/2/05)
RECEIVING: 4-(-8)-3lg – 1999 [1-(-6)], 2000 (2-5-3lg), 2003 [1-(-7)]                        CAREER HIGHS: RUSHING - Att. 12 at Jax. 10/6/02, Yds. 125 at
FUMBLES/LOST: 68/38 – 1999 (8/6), 2000 (7/4), 2001 (8/3), 2002 (6/5), 2003                  Was. 11/26/00, Long 54 at Was. 11/26/00, TDs: 2 vs. GB
(9/3), 2004 (8/6), 2005 (8/3), 2006 (3/2), 2007 (9/5), 2008 (2/1)                           10/2/06
400-YD. PASSING GAMES: 1 – 464 yds. vs. GB 12/5/04                                          MILESTONES: First TD rushing at Dal. 9/3/00, Reached the
300-YD. PASSING GAMES: 22 – 2000 (2), 2001 (1), 2003 (2), 2004 (5), 2005 (4),               2000-yd. rushing plateau at Buf. 9/28/03, 500th rushing att.
2006 (4), 2007 (3), 2008 (1), last vs. StL 9/7/08                                           at Dal. 9/15/08
PLAYOFF 300-YD. PASSING GAMES: 1 – 2004 (1)

CAREER HIGHS: PASSING - Atts. 55 at Pit. 11/12/00, Cmps.35 vs. SD 10/23/05,
Pct. (more than 10 atts.) 80.8 (21-26) vs. Det. 9/23/07, Yds. 464 vs. GB 12/5/04,
Long 91T to WR Terrell Owens at Den. 10/30/05, TDs 5 (twice) last vs. SF 9/18/05,
QB Rating (min 10 atts.) 158.3 vs. Det. 9/23/07
                                                                                           27 – Quintin Mikell – S
MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. TB 9/19/99, First start vs. Was. 11/14/99, First
                                                                                     A young, athletic safety with a knack for making plays, Quintin
TD passing vs. Ind. 11/21/99 (to TE Chad Lewis), First 300-yd. passing game 311
vs. ATL 10/1/00, Reached the 10,000 yd. passing plateau vs. NE 9/14/03,              Mikell (pronounced MICHAEL) proved he was a force to be
1,000th completion vs. Was. 10/5/03 (to WR Billy McMullen), 100th NFL TD pass        reckoned with last season when injuries to Brian Dawkins and
at Cle. 10/24/04 (to TE L.J. Smith), First 400-yd. passing game 464 yds. vs. GB      Sean Considine thrust him into the starting lineup. Mikell
12/5/04, Reached the 20,000 yd. passing plateau vs. NYG 9/17/06, 100th
regular season game at NO 10/15/06, 100th start vs. Was. 9/17/07, 2,000th
                                                                                     played in 14 games (11 starts) and led the entire secondary with
completion vs. Chi. 10/21/07, Reached the 25,000 yd. passing plateau at NO           a career-high 98 tackles, while also notching a sack and
12/23/07, Tied for most Eagles all-time TD passes (Ron Jaworski 175) with 1 at       interception. Said head coach Andy Reid of Mikell's
Dal. 9/15/08
                                                                                     development: "Quintin, by the end of the season, was playing at
                                                                                     a Pro Bowl caliber level as a safety. We knew what a great
                                                                                     special teams player he was, but he became an even better
                                                                                     safety." One of six rookie free agents to make the opening day
                                                                                     roster in 2003, Mikell has posted a team-leading 116 special
                                                                                     teams tackles during that time span and was voted the Eagles
                                                                                     special teams MVP in 2005 and 2006. Mikell earned a four-year
                                                                                     contract on 2/27/07 that will keep him in Philadelphia through
                                                                                     2010.

                                                                                     SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
                                                                                     •   Posted a team-high 13 tackles, including 1 QB hurry and 1
                                                                                         KD at Dal. (9/15)
                                                                                     •   Recorded a sack of QB Marc Bulger vs. StL (9/7)
QUOTES:
•       FS Brian Dawkins comparing Mikell to himself: "Remember                          75 –Juqua Parker – DE
        when I told y'all that he was a mirror image of me, but you                    A versatile performer at defensive end, Juqua Parker
        wouldn't listen? I meant that in every way. All he needed                      (pronounced juh-KWAY) has definitely found a home in
        was his confidence to be where it is right now. The guy is                     defensive coordinator Jim Johnson's scheme, and earned a
        playing flat-out great ball and I see that continuing to                       starting spot at left defensive end for the final seven games of
        grow."                                                                         the 2007 season. Parker, who inked a five-year deal with the
•       CB Joselio Hanson on Mikell’s physical play: "He's really a                    Eagles in 2007, has been one of the most consistent performers
        guy that has to be feared out there. We were watching film                     on the defensive line over the last three seasons, tallying 125
        of the [Carolina Panthers preseason] game and everybody                        tackles and 12.5 sacks (including postseason). Parker was
        in the room was like, 'oooh, aaah,' play after play. Q is out                  originally signed as a rookie free agent out of Oklahoma State
        there just throwing his body around and hitting people,                        by Tennessee in 2001 and played four seasons for the Titans
        him and Dawk. He goes out there and knocks heads around                        before signing with Philadelphia during the 2005 training camp.
        and that's all you can ask from a strong safety."
                                                                                       Sack Leaders Among Undrafted Players since 2006
Special Teams Tackles Leaders Since 2004                                               (Including Postseason):
Player                           Tackles                                               Player                   Total
Brendon Ayanbadejo (Bal.)          80                                                  DE A. Ogunleye (Chi.)    17.5
Gary Stills (StL)                  79                                                  LB James Harrison (Pit.) 13.0
Larry Izzo (NE)                    72                                                  DE J. Parker             12.5
Quintin Mikell                     66                                                  DE P. Spicer (Jax.)      11.5
James Harrison (Pit.)              62                                                  LB B. Scott (Bal.)       10.5
Heath Farwell (Min.)               61                                                  *According to Stats, Inc.
*According to Stats, Inc


                                                                                          Parker 2008 Game-By-Game
    Mikell 2008 Game-By-Game                                                            Date         Opp. W/L P/S        S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
 Date           Opp. W/L     P/S    S    A   T    Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR           Sep 7        StL     W     1/1   0   1   1   0.0   0   0    0   0    0   0 0
 Sep 7          StL     W    1/1    8    3   11   1.0   0   0   0   0   0    1     0    Sep 15    @ Dal       L    1/1   4   4   8   0.0   1   0    0   0    0   0 0
 Sep 15      @ Dal      L    1/1    9    4   13 0.0     1   0   0   0    1   0 0        Sep 21       Pit
 Sep 21         Pit                                                                     Sep 28    @ Chi
 Sep 28      @ Chi                                                                      Oct 5        Was
 Oct 5          Was                                                                     Oct 12    @ SF
 Oct 12      @ SF                                                                       Oct 26       Atl
 Oct 26         Atl                                                                     Nov 2     @ Sea
 Nov 2       @ Sea                                                                      Nov 9        NYG
 Nov 9          NYG                                                                     Nov 16    @ Cin
 Nov 16      @ Cin                                                                      Nov 23    @ Bal
 Nov 23      @ Bal                                                                      Nov 27       Arz
 Nov 27         Arz                                                                     Dec 7     @ NYG
 Dec 7       @ NYG                                                                      Dec 15       Cle
 Dec 15         Cle                                                                     Dec 21    @ Was
 Dec 21      @ Was                                                                      Dec 28       Dal
 Dec 28         Dal                                                                     Season                     2/2   4   5   9   0.0   1   0    0   0    0   0 0
 Season                      2/2    17   7   24 1.0     1   0   0   0    1   1     0    Career                     91/11 112 88 199 16.0 44    0    0   0    8   5 4
 Career                     78/14 104 69 174 2.0        7   2   20 20 12 3 2
                                                                                        ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                        SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 17 – 2004 (1), 2005 (9), 2006 (5), 2007 (2)
    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 116 – 2003 (22), 2004 (23), 2005 (28), 2006 (35),
    2007 (7), 2008 (1)                                                                  CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 10 (twice) last vs. Buf. 12/30/07, Sacks 2.0 (three
    FUMBLES/LOST: 1/1 – 2007 (1/1)                                                      times) last vs. Det. 9/23/07
    FG BLOCK 1 vs. SD 10/23/05 (K Nate Kaeding)                                         MILESTONES: First NFL Game at Det. 10/21/01, First sack at Ind. 11/3/02 (QB
                                                                                        Peyton Manning), First start vs. Was. 1/1/06
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 16 vs. Chi. 10/21/07, Sacks 1 (twice) last vs. StL
    9/7/08, INTs 1 (twice) last at Dal. 12/16/07
    MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. TB 9/8/03, First INT at NYG 11/28/04 (QB Eli
    Manning), First start vs. Atl. 12/31/06, First sack vs. Det. 9/23/07 (QB Jon
    Kitna)
      98 – Mike Patterson – DT                                                                    30 – J.R. Reed – S
A stout defensive tackle with great technique, Mike Patterson is                       Now in his second stint in Philadelphia, J.R. Reed's story is truly
perhaps one of the most underrated players on the Eagles                               remarkable. Once a fourth round selection of the team in 2004,
defense. Known for his consistent play week in and week out,                           Reed shined in his rookie season as the primary kickoff return
Patterson posted career highs in sacks (4.0) and tackles (114) in                      man. However, a freak, career-threatening accident during the
2007, and has also led all Eagles defensive linemen in tackles                         2005 offseason left Reed with damage to the peroneal nerve
(271) since 2005. In fact, Patterson and teammate Trent Cole                           affecting the use of his lower leg and foot, forcing him to miss
(103) became the first pair of Eagles defensive linemen to record                      the entire 2005 season. He returned to the field for the first
100-or-more tackles in the same season since 1991. A first                             Eagles mini-camp of 2006, but despite a valiant effort in
round draft choice, Patterson signed a 7-year contract extension                       training camp, was released prior to the regular season. Reed
in 2006 that will keep him in Philadelphia through 2016.                               went on to spend nine weeks with St. Louis and two weeks with
                                                                                       Atlanta in 2006, before latching on with the Giants for training
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:                                                                     camp in 2007. He was then claimed off waivers by the Eagles
•       Recorded a half sack of Rams QB Marc Bulger vs. StL (9/7)                      prior to the start of the regular season. With the use of a
                                                                                       personalized prosthetic brace, Reed was once again able to
                                                                                       showcase his abilities, and went on to play in 15 games (3
    Patterson 2008 Game-By-Game                                                        starts), tallying a career-high 33 tackles, while returning 31
Date            Opp. W/L     P/S     S    A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR         kickoffs for a 22.6 average.
Sep 7           StL     W     1/1    3    3    6   0.5   0    0   0    0   0   0 0
Sep 15       @ Dal      L     1/1    2    1    3   0.0   0    0   0    0   0   0 0     QUOTES:
Sep 21          Pit                                                                    •       Defensive Coordinator Jim Johnson on Reed’s ability after
Sep 28       @ Chi
                                                                                               his injury: “I am extremely surprised because of the fact
Oct 5           Was
                                                                                               that I know the injury he had. I know sometimes you can
Oct 12       @ SF
                                                                                               see him out here, he looks like he’s walking at 90% and all
Oct 26          Atl
Nov 2        @ Sea
                                                                                               of a sudden he gets in a game and he’s playing 100%. Great
Nov 9           NYG                                                                            for J.R. He’s a great competitor, but I am still surprised.”
Nov 16       @ Cin
Nov 23       @ Bal
Nov 27          Arz                                                                           Reed 2008 Game-By-Game
Dec 7        @ NYG                                                                     Date            Opp. W/L P/S        S   A   T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
Dec 15          Cle                                                                    Sep 7           StL      W    1/0   0   0   0   0.0   0   0    0   0    0   0   0
Dec 21       @ Was                                                                     Sep 15       @ Dal       L    1/0   0   0   0   0.0   0   0    0   0    0   0   0
Dec 28          Dal                                                                    Sep 21          Pit
Season                        2/2    5    4    9   0.5   0    0   0    0   0   0 0     Sep 28       @ Chi
Career                      50/40 137 134 271 9.5        16   0   0    0   0   2 3     Oct 5           Was
                                                                                       Oct 12       @ SF
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    TOUCHDOWNS: 1 – 98-yard fumble return at SF 9/24/06                                Oct 26          Atl
    KICKOFF RETURNS: 1-12 - 2005 (1-12 vs. Was. 1/1/06)                                Nov 2        @ Sea
                                                                                       Nov 9           NYG
    CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 11 (three times) last at Was. 11/11/07, Sacks 1.5 vs.        Nov 16       @ Cin
    NYG 9/17/06 (QB Eli Manning)
                                                                                       Nov 23       @ Bal
    MILESTONES: First NFL game and tackle at Atl. 9/12/05, First start vs. Oak.
                                                                                       Nov 27          Arz
    9/25/05, First sack vs. Oak. 9/25/05 (QB Kerry Collins), First TD 98-yard fumble
    return at SF 9/24/06                                                               Dec 7        @ NYG
                                                                                       Dec 15          Cle
                                                                                       Dec 21       @ Was
                                                                                       Dec 28          Dal
                                                                                       Season                       2/0    0   0   0   0.0   0   0    0   0    0   0   0
                                                                                       Career                       37/4 30 20 50 0.0        1   0    0   0    6   0   0

                                                                                           ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                                           SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 37 – 2004 (20), 2006 (5), 2007 (11), 2008 (1)
                                                                                           FUMBLES/LOST: 1/1 – 2007 (1/1)
                                                                                           KICKOFF RETURNS: 81-1808-66lg
                                                                                           PUNT RETURNS: 2-26-18lg

                                                                                           CAREER HIGHS: DEFENSIVE - Tackles 11 vs. Sea. 12/2/07; KICKOFF RETURNS -
                                                                                           No. 7 at Cle. 10/24/04, Yds. 154 at Cle. 10/24/04, Long 66 vs. Car. 10/17/04
                                                                                           MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. NYG 9/12/04, First start vs. Cin. 1/2/05
              6 – Sav Rocca – P                                                               69 – Jon Runyan – T
After a stellar career in the Australian Football League, big Sav                      Armed with a feisty on-field mentality, 6-7, 330-pound Jon
Rocca beat out former Eagle Dirk Johnson for the team's punting                        Runyan takes pride in being a physical force each and every
job in training camp of 2007 and went on to have a solid rookie                        time he exits the locker room. "What Jon has brought to the
season, punting 73 times for a 42.0 average. For his career,                           offensive line is that temperament of his," said Andy Reid. "He
Rocca has downed 27 of his 80 punts inside the 20 yard line                            is going to maul you and beat you up and feel pretty good about
(33.8% average), topping the Eagles all-time list among punters                        doing it. That's been contagious all the way across the line."
with at least 50 career boots. The former Australian league                            Runyan, who suited up for the NFC's Pro Bowl squad in 2002,
legend played in 257 career games and scored 748 goals in his                          has started 178 straight regular season contests. In addition, he
15-year career for the Collingwood Magpies (1992-99) and the                           and LT Tra Thomas have started 120 games together, most by a
North Melbourne Kangaroos (2000-2006).                                                 tackle tandem in Eagles history.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:                                                                     QUOTES:
•       Averaged 51.7 yds. on 3 punts, including a 61-yarder at Dal.                   •    Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on Runyan’s and
        (9/15), the 3rd-longest of his career                                               Tra Thomas’ careers: “They have great experience and are
•       Nailed three of his four punts inside the 20, including two                         both terrific players. They have both done an excellent job
        inside the 10, for a 42.0 net avg. vs. StL (9/7)                                    here later in their careers of keeping themselves in terrific
                                                                                            physical condition on a consistent basis throughout the
                                                                                            year. I think that has added years for both of them. They
     Rocca 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                are both terrific players and we need them both. They both
Date            Opp. W/L G No Yds         Avg OpRet Yds Net TB In20 LG BLK                  add toughness to the football team.”
Sep 7           StL    W    1   4   186 46.5      1     -2 42.0 1      3    59     0   •    Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on the reasoning
Sep 15       @ Dal      L   1   3   155   51.7    3     11 48.0 0      0    61     0        behind Runyan’s streak of consecutive games started:
Sep 21          Pit                                                                         “Most of it’s toughness, I would think. Some guys are just
Sep 28       @ Chi                                                                          built different than others. Some of that, I suppose, would
Oct 5           Was                                                                         be that he knows how to play the game. But that
Oct 12       @ SF
                                                                                            toughness, there’s no other way that you could play that
Oct 26          Atl
                                                                                            many games straight without having an unbelievable
Nov 2        @ Sea
                                                                                            amount of toughness and high-pain threshold. He certainly
Nov 9           NYG
Nov 16       @ Cin
                                                                                            has that. He’s played with what most regular people would
Nov 23       @ Bal                                                                          be in the hospital [with]. He plays, and he knows that’s his
Nov 27          Arz                                                                         job, to play football. It’s almost unthinkable for a lineman
Dec 7        @ NYG                                                                          to play that many games.”
Dec 15          Cle
Dec 21       @ Was                                                                     NFL’s active consecutive regular season games started:
Dec 28          Dal
                                                                                       255      QB Brett Favre (NYJ)
Season                      2   7   341 48.7      4     9   44.6 1     3    61     0
                                                                                       194      LB Derrick Brooks (TB)
Career                      18 80 3407 42.6      40    418 35.4 8      27   65     0
                                                                                       178      RT Jon Runyan (Phi.)
    ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
    SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 2 – 2007 (2)
                                                                                       Eagles all-time consecutive games played:
    CAREER HIGHS: Punts – No. 8 (twice) last at Dal. 12/16/07, Yds. 333 at NYG         162      Harold Carmichael (1972-1983)
    9/30/07, Avg. (min. 4 att.) 52.8 at Min. 10/28/07, Long 65 at Min. 10/28/07,       159      Randy Logan (1973-1983)
    In20 5 at Dal. 12/16/07                                                            148      Bobby Walston (1951-1962)
    MILESTONES: First NFL game and punt at GB 9/9/07
                                                                                       139      Ken Clarke (1977-1987)
                                                                                       135      Herman Edwards (1977-1985)
                                                                                       130      Jon Runyan (2000-pres.)
                                                                                       129      Frank LeMaster (1974-1982)
                                                                                       127      Jerry Sisemore (1974-1982)

                                                                                                   Runyan’s career games played/started:
                                                                                                       2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0
                                                                                                        Career GP/GS/IA: 188/178/0
                                                                                                        Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 18/18

                                                                                                 MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Bal. 9/15/96,
                                                                                           First start vs. Oak. 8/31/97, 100th game vs. Arz. 11/17/02,
                                                                                                           100th start vs. Was. 10/5/03
    22 – Asante Samuel – CB                                                Samuel 2008 Game-By-Game
One of the premier playmaking defensive backs in recent NFL          Date            Opp. W/L P/S          S   A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
                                                                     Sep 7           StL     W     1/1     0   1    1   0.0    0   0    0    0    3   0 0
history, Asante Samuel splashed onto the Philadelphia scene
                                                                     Sep 15       @ Dal       L    1/1     2   1    3   0.0    0    1   14   14   1   0 0
after putting his signature on a six-year contract with the Eagles
                                                                     Sep 21          Pit
on the first day of free agency in 2008. "I think the cornerback
                                                                     Sep 28       @ Chi
position is very important," said head coach Andy Reid upon          Oct 5           Was
signing the Pro Bowl cornerback. "When you have an                   Oct 12       @ SF
opportunity to get the best one in the business, then you need       Oct 26          Atl
to look at that. I welcome him aboard and I know Jim Johnson         Nov 2        @ Sea
has great plans for Asante...Asante is a great player and he'll      Nov 9           NYG
make great plays for us." Samuel had spent his entire five-year      Nov 16       @ Cin
career with the New England Patriots, where he recorded 22           Nov 23       @ Bal
interceptions in 75 regular season games, and five more in 14        Nov 27          Arz
                                                                     Dec 7        @ NYG
career postseason contests. A two-time Super Bowl Champion
                                                                     Dec 15          Cle
with New England, Samuel's 17 interceptions over the past three
                                                                     Dec 21       @ Was
seasons top the NFL, and his six career INT returns for a
                                                                     Dec 28          Dal
touchdown (including postseason) also lead the league.               Season                        2/2     2   2    4   0.0    0    1   14   14   4   0 0
                                                                     Career                       77/55 206 26 232 0.0 N/A 23 327 55T 85 3 0
SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
•   Recorded his 1st INT as an Eagle, picking off QB Tono Romo           ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                                         SPECIAL TEAM TACKLES: 2 - 2003 (2)
    in the 1st qtr. at Dal. (9/15)                                       TOUCHDOWNS: Regular Season: 3 – vs. NYJ 9/21/03 (intercepted Vinny
                                                                         Testaverde and returned it 55 yds. for the game-winning TD), vs. Cin. 12/12/04
QUOTES:                                                                  (intercepted Carson Palmer and returned it 34 yds.), vs. Phi. 11/25/07
                                                                         (intercepted A.J. Feeley and returned it 40 yds.); Postseason: 3 – vs. Jax. 1/7/06
•   Defensive Coordinator Jim Johnson on Samuel’s presence               (intercepted Byron Leftwich and returned it 73 yds.), vs. NYJ 1/7/07 (intercepted
    on the field: “He’s got a great knack for playing that corner        Chad Pennington and returned it 36 yds.), at Ind. 1/21/07 (intercepted Peyton
    position. He’s done a great job so far. He gets a good break         Manning and returned it 39 yds.)

    on the ball. I don’t know if it affects the defense any more,        CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 8 (four times) last vs. Chi. 11/26/06, INTs 3 vs. Chi.
    other than just being out there at left corner. That affects         11/26/06 (QB Rex Grossman), Long 55T vs. NYJ 9/21/03 (QB Vinny Testaverde),
    the defense.”                                                        73t vs. Jax. 1/7/06 (QB Byron Leftwich in an AFC Wild Card Game)
                                                                         MILESTONES: First NFL game at Buf. 9/7/03, First INT vs. NYJ 9/21/03 (QB
•   Samuel on playing in Philadelphia: “I can’t think of a better
                                                                         Vinny Testaverde), First TD vs. NYJ 9/21/03 (55-yd. INT return (QB Vinny
    place. I love the Eagles. The coaches are great, the fans are        Testaverde)), First start at Mia. 10/19/03
    great, and it’s my style of defense—aggressive and we have
    to make some plays.”


                                                                          89 – Matt Schobel – TE
                                                                     A reliable target at tight end, Matt Schobel is in his third season
                                                                     in Philadelphia after signing as an unrestricted free agent out of
                                                                     Cincinnati in 2006. A third round draft choice of the Bengals in
                                                                     2002, he has scored 12 touchdowns, while posting 115 career
                                                                     receptions. Schobel's older brother, Aaron, is a DE with the
                                                                     Buffalo Bills, while his cousin, Bo, is a member of the
                                                                     Jacksonville Jaguars.

                                                                     BIRDSEED:
                                                                     •       Matt and his wife, Nicole, gave birth to a baby boy on
                                                                             8/24/08. Matthew John Schobel is the couple’s third
                                                                             child—and third boy
     Schobel 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                        WHERE LITO RANKS
                                                                             Eagles all-time INT returns for TDs
     Date         Opp.    W/L     P/S     No    Yds     Avg    Lg      TD
                                                                             5      Eric Allen
     Sep 7        StL       W     1/0     0       0     0.0     0      0
                                                                             3      Lito Sheppard
     Sep 15    @ Dal        L     1/0     0       0     0.0     0      0
                                                                             3      Joe Scarpati
     Sep 21       Pit
     Sep 28    @ Chi
     Oct 5        Was                                                        Eagles all-time interception yardage:
     Oct 12    @ SF                                                          536 Bill Bradley (34, 1969-76)
     Oct 26       Atl                                                        490 Brian Dawkins (33, 1996-pres.)
     Nov 2     @ Sea                                                         482 Eric Allen (34, 1988-94)
     Nov 9        NYG                                                        460 Lito Sheppard (17, 2002-pres.)
     Nov 16    @ Cin
     Nov 23    @ Bal                                                         Longest INT returns
     Nov 27       Arz
                                                                             1. 104T- James Willis intercepted a pass 4 yards deep in the end
     Dec 7     @ NYG
                                                                             zone and returned it 14 yards before lateralling to Troy Vincent,
     Dec 15       Cle
                                                                             who ran 90 yards (11/3/96 at Cowboys – QB Troy Aikman)
     Dec 21    @ Was
     Dec 28       Dal
                                                                             2. 102T - Lito Sheppard (10/8/06 vs. Cowboys – QB Drew
     Season                       1/0     0       0     0.0     0      0     Bledsoe)
     Career                      95/23   115    1260   11.0    76T     12    3. 101T - Lito Sheppard (11/15/04 at Cowboys – QB Vinny
                                                                             Testaverde)
     ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 6 – 2004 (5), 2005 (1)
     FUMBLES/LOST: 5/2 – 2003 (2/0), 2004 (1/1), 2005 (1/1), 2006            Average INT Return Yards Leaders since 2003
     (1/0)                                                                   Player                            INTs                  Avg.
     KICKOFF RETURNS: 4-17-11lg – 2005 (2-4-4lg), 2006 (2-13-11lg)
                                                                             1. Lito Sheppard                  17                    27.1
     CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 4 (five times) last vs. Mia. 9/19/04, Yds.       2. DeAngelo Hall (Oak.)           17                    25.8
     97 vs. Den. 9/7/03, Long 76t vs. Dal. 11/7/04 (QB Carson Palmer),       3. Ed Reed (Bal.)                 29                    24.6
     TDs 1 (12 times) last vs. Chi. 10/21/07 (QB Donovan McNabb)
                                                                             4. Mike McKenzie (NO)             15                    22.9
     MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. SD 9/8/02, First recept. at Atl.
     9/22/02 (QB Jon Kitna), First start vs. TB 9/29/02, First TD vs. Ten.   5. Chris McAlister (Bal.)         13                    21.6
     10/27/02 (8-yds. from QB Jon Kitna)                                     *Min. 12 interceptions


                                                                             Of Sheppard’s 17 career INTS…
                                                                             3 have ended the game
    26 – Lito Sheppard – CB                                                  4 have come in the 4th quarter of a “close game”
                                                                             8 have resulted in TDs (3 returns)
A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Lito Sheppard is a speedy and                 8 have come in the 4th quarter (4 in the final 2 minutes)
fearless cornerback who has shown a penchant for big plays. He               10 have come in “close games” (+/- 7 points)
leads the Eagles with 16 interceptions since 2003, including                 9 have come inside the Eagles 10-yardline (4 in the endzone)
three returned for touchdowns. In fact, Sheppard became the                  12 have come while the Eagles are leading
first player in NFL history to post two 100-plus-yard interception
returns for touchdowns in his career. Sheppard, a first round
draft pick in 2002, is signed through 2011.

QUOTES:
•   Head Coach Andy Reid on Sheppard’s play against Dallas:
    “I don’t know the reason why. You see that around the
    league, you have certain guys play better against certain
    teams. As great a player as Lito has been here, he’s even
    been greater against the Cowboys.”
  Sheppard 2008 Game-By-Game                                                          Smith 2008 Game-By-Game
Date        Opp. W/L P/S        S   A    T   Sac Hur Int Yds    LG   KD FF FR     Date       Opp.   W/L P/S S A T Sac Hur Int Yds LG KD FF FR
Sep 7       StL     W    1/0    1   0    1   0.0   0   0   0     0    0   0 0     Sep 7      StL     W   0/0 - - -   -   IA   -   -   -   -   -   -
Sep 15   @ Dal      L    1/0    1    1   2   0.0   0   0   0     0    0   0 0     Sep 15   @ Dal     L   0/0 - - -   -   IA   -   -   -   -   -   -
Sep 21      Pit                                                                   Sep 21     Pit
Sep 28   @ Chi                                                                    Sep 28   @ Chi
Oct 5       Was                                                                   Oct 5      Was
Oct 12   @ SF                                                                     Oct 12   @ SF
Oct 26      Atl                                                                   Oct 26     Atl
Nov 2    @ Sea                                                                    Nov 2    @ Sea
Nov 9       NYG                                                                   Nov 9      NYG
Nov 16   @ Cin                                                                    Nov 16   @ Cin
Nov 23   @ Bal                                                                    Nov 23   @ Bal
Nov 27      Arz                                                                   Nov 27     Arz
Dec 7    @ NYG                                                                    Dec 7    @ NYG
Dec 15      Cle                                                                   Dec 15     Cle
Dec 21   @ Was                                                                    Dec 21   @ Was
Dec 28      Dal                                                                   Dec 28     Dal
Season                   2/0    2    1   3   0.0   0   0   0     0    0   0 0     Season                 0/0 0 0 0 0.0   0    0   0   0   0   0   0
Career                  79/58 184 52 236 2.0       4   17 460 102T 44 2 1         Career                 0/0 0 0 0 0.0   0    0   0   0   0   0   0

 ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
 SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 16 – 2002 (13), 2003 (2), 2004 (1)
 TOUCHDOWNS: 3 – 2004 [64-yard INT return vs. Car. 10/17/04 (QB Jake
 Delhomme), 101-yard INT return at Dal. 11/15/04 (QB Vinny Testaverde)], 2006
 [102-yard INT return vs. Dal. 10/8/06 (QB Drew Bledsoe)]                                  82 – L.J. Smith – TE
 PUNT RETURNS: 8-66-9FC-39lg - 2003 (4-15-1FC), 2004 (2-42-5FC-39lg), 2005 (2-
                                                                                  An athletic, playmaking tight end with good pass-catching
 9-3FC-8lg)
 KICKOFF RETURNS: 1-16-16lg - 2006 (1-16-16lg)                                    ability, L.J. Smith has posted 200 receptions and 16 touchdowns
                                                                                  over his six-year career in Philadelphia. The team's second
 CAREER HIGHS: Tackles 11 at Cle. 10/24/04, INTs 2 vs. Dal. 10/8/06 (QB Drew      round draft choice out of Rutgers in 2003, Smith earned a full-
 Bledsoe) and vs. Car. 10/17/04 (QB Jake Delhomme), Long 102T vs. Dal. 10/8/06
 (QB Drew Bledsoe), Sacks 1.0 (twice) last vs. SF 9/18/05 (QB Tim Rattay)         time starting job in 2005 and has since registered 139 catches
 MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. Hou. 9/29/02, First start vs. NE 9/14/03, First   and 10 scores in that role.
 INT at Atl. 11/2/03 (QB Kurt Kittner), First sack at Chi. 10/3/04 (QB Jonathan
 Quinn), First TD vs. Car. 10/17/04 (64-yard INT return (QB Jake Delhomme))
                                                                                  SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
                                                                                  •   Caught 5 passes for 39 yds. and a TD from QB Donovan
                                                                                      McNabb in a win vs. StL (9/7)

         63 – Bryan Smith – DE
A third-round pick of the Eagles in 2008, the speedy Bryan
Smith adds depth and athleticism to the defensive line. A two-
time All-America selection out of Division I-AA McNeese State,
Smith was named the Southland Conference Defensive Player of
the Year and finished as a finalist for the Buck Buchanan award
as a junior, in 2006. That year registered career highs in sacks
(13.5), tackles (84), and tackles for a loss (23).
                                                                           Eagles All-Time Games Played (Offensive Linemen)
      Smith 2008 Game-By-Game                                              Name                     Games Played
     Date        Opp.     W/L    P/S    No     Yds    Avg     Lg    TD     1. Chuck Bednarik        169
     Sep 7       StL       W     1/1     5     39     7.8     10     1     2. Guy Morriss           157
     Sep 15   @ Dal        L     1/1     1     10    10.0     10     0
                                                                           3. Jerry Sisemore        156
     Sep 21      Pit
                                                                           4. Tra Thomas            152
     Sep 28   @ Chi
     Oct 5       Was
     Oct 12   @ SF                                                         Longest Current Tenured Athletes in Philadelphia
     Oct 26      Atl                                                       Name
     Nov 2    @ Sea                                                        1. Brian Dawkins (1996-pres.)
     Nov 9       NYG                                                       2. Tra Thomas (1998-pres.)
     Nov 16   @ Cin                                                        3. David Akers (1999-pres.)
     Nov 23   @ Bal
                                                                           4. Donovan McNabb (1999-pres.)
     Nov 27      Arz
     Dec 7    @ NYG
     Dec 15      Cle                                                                   Thomas’ career games played/started:
     Dec 21   @ Was                                                                         2008 GP/GS/IA/DNP: 2/2/0/0
     Dec 28      Dal                                                                         Career GP/GS/IA: 152/151/3
     Season                      2/2     6     49     8.2     10     1                    Playoff GP/GS/IA/DNP: 14/14/0/0
     Career                     75/55 200     2276   11.4     65    16
                                                                               MILESTONES: First NFL game and start vs. Sea. 9/6/98,
     ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
     SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 26 – 2003 (14), 2004 (12)                          100th game at Cle. 10/24/04, 100th start vs. Bal. 10/31/04
     100-YD. RECEIVING GAMES: 2 – 2005 (1), 2006 (1)
     FUMBLES/LOST: 3/2 – 2003 (1/0), 2005 (1/1), 2007 (1/1)

     CAREER HIGHS: Recepts. 9 (twice) last at KC 10/2/05, Yds. 119 vs.
     SF 9/18/05, Long 65 yards from QB Jeff Garcia at Dal. 12/25/06, TDs       36 –Brian Westbrook – RB
     1 (16 times) last vs. StL 9/7/08
     MILESTONES: First NFL game vs. TB 9/8/03, First start vs. NE          One of the game's most electrifying players, Brian Westbrook's
     9/14/03, First recept. at Buf. 9/28/03 (QB Donovan McNabb), First     2007 season was one of the best by a running back in Eagles
     TD 6-yds. from Donovan McNabb vs. Dal. 12/7/03, First 100-yd.
                                                                           history, as he broke franchise records in receptions (90) and
     receiving game 119 yds vs. SF 9/18/05
                                                                           yards from scrimmage (2,104), while also leading the NFL in that
                                                                           category. For his accomplishments, the explosive Westbrook
                                                                           was named as a starter to the NFC Pro Bowl squad and also

      72 – Tra Thomas – T
                                                                           earned a first-team Associated Press All-Pro selection,
                                                                           becoming the first Eagles running back to receive that honor
Big Tra Thomas has made a nice living out of being Donovan                 since Wilbert Montgomery did so in 1979. A dynamic player in
McNabb's blindside bodyguard. "Backside tackles are always                 both the run and pass game, Westbrook has led the Eagles in
big for a quarterback," said McNabb. "Tra has played a major               rushing and receiving in each of the past three seasons, and
part in the success I've had here over the years. We've had great          ranks second in the NFL with 6,963 total yards from scrimmage
times together. It's always good when you look back and know               since becoming a full-time starter in 2004. A third round draft
the guy who has been there throughout your career is still back            choice in 2002, Westbrook was one of the most decorated
there." One of the most accomplished left tackles in team                  players in NCAA Division I-AA history at nearby Villanova. He
history, Thomas, who was recruited as a defensive end by                   earned a six-year contract extension on 8/8/08 that will keep
Florida State, is now a three-time Pro Bowl selection and has              him in Philadelphia through 2013.
been a mainstay at the left tackle spot since being chosen in the
first round in 1998. Thomas ranks fourth in team history in                SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:
games played by an offensive lineman (152), and 7th overall,               •    Tied a career-high with 3 total TDs (2 rushing, 1 receiving),
having missed just eight games due to injury during his 11-year                 with 103 total yds. on 24 touches at Dal. (9/15)
career. In addition, he and RT Jon Runyan have started 120                      o In garnering his 25th career receiving TD and his 30th
games together; the most by a tackle tandem in Eagles history.                       career rushing TD, he became one of only seven
                                                                                     players in NFL history to have at least 25 rushing and
QUOTES:                                                                              25 receiving TDs. The others are Marshall Faulk (100
•   Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg on Thomas’ and                            rushing, 36 receiving), Lenny Moore (63, 48), James
    Jon Runyan’s careers: “They have great experience and are                        Brooks (49, 30), John David Crow (38, 35), Frank
    both terrific players. They have both done an excellent job                      Gifford (34, 43), and Timmy Brown (31, 26)
    here later in their careers of keeping themselves in terrific               o With 30 career rushing TDs, Westbrook passed Timmy
    physical condition on a consistent basis throughout the                          Brown (29) for 5th place in team history
    year. I think that has added years for both of them. They                   o Scored both a rushing and receiving TD in a game for
    are both terrific players and we need them both. They both                       the second week in a row and the 10th time he has
    add toughness to the football team.”                                             achieved the feat in his career, trailing only Marshall
                                                                                     Faulk (15 times) since 1970
•   Scored both a rushing TD and a receiving TD vs. StL (9/7). It      NFL’s Top Receiving Backs since 2003
    was the 9th time in his career he had scored both a rushing        Recepts.                      Yards
    TD and receiving TD in the same game, trailing only                346 Westbrook                 3,167 Westbrook
    Marshall Faulk (15 games ) for the most in NFL history since       325 L. Tomlinson (SD)         2,548 L. Tomlinson (SD)
    1970                                                               233 T. Barber (ret.)          2,034 T. Barber (ret.)
    o With 91 rush yds. Westbrook moved past Duce Staley               225 M. Pitman (Den.)          1,884 M. Pittman (Den.)
        (4,807) and into 3rd place in team history with 4,876          209 E. James (Arz.)           1,737 K. Faulk (NE)
        career yds.
    o With 21 touches, he also moved past Steve Van Buren              TDs
        (1,365) and into 3rd place in team history with 1,382          25 Westbrook
        career touches                                                 13  L. Tomlinson (SD)
                                                                       10 J. Griffith (Oak.)
QUOTES:
•   President Joe Banner on Westbrook’s new contract: “We’re           Consecutive Games Played with a Reception (RB):
    talking about a Hall-of-Fame-caliber player. This is a             Player                  Games
    premier guy, leader, player…He just wants to win so badly.         B. Westbrook            64
    He wants the team to be the best it can be. That’s what            L. Tomlinson (SD)       47
    drove him, it’s what has always driven him…if you take
    somebody with that kind of talent and those kinds of
                                                                       Career Games with at least one TD Rec. and one TD Rushing:
    intangibles that they bring to your team in who they are in
                                                                       Player                   Games
    their heart, in their head, that is the guy you want to make
                                                                       Marshall Faulk           15
    sure is feeling good about things if you possibly can.”
                                                                       Brian Westbrook          10
•   Head Coach Andy Reid on the matchup problems that
                                                                       Ahman Green (Hou.)       9
    Westbrook creates: "I can flex him out and run him on go
                                                                       Chuck Foreman            9
    routes. It doesn't matter if they put a corner out there or roll
                                                                       Neal Anderson            9
    a safety over the top. If they do, they're toast. He can beat
                                                                       Wilbert Montgomery       8
    corners."
                                                                       Thurman Thomas           8
                                                                       *All-time since 1970
Where Westbrook ranks in Yards from Scrimmage among
active RBs since becoming a full-time starter in 2004…                 The Eagles are 9-1 in games when Westbrook has at least
Yards     Player              GP                                       one TD Rec. and one TD Rushing
8,032     L. Tomlinson (SD)   65
6,963     Westbrook           57                                       Career Games with 2 or more Receiving TDs (RB):
6,831     E. James (Arz.)     65                                       Player                  Games
6,004     L. Johnson (KC)     52                                       Brian Westbrook         4
5,999     S. Jackson (StL)    59                                       Marshall Faulk          4
                                                                       Calvin Hill             4
Since scoring his first TD at Buf. (9/28/03), Westbrook is 2nd in      *All-time since 1970
the NFC in scoring with 62 TDs (including playoffs). Former
Seattle RB Shaun Alexander is 1st with 83 TDs during that time         Eagles All-Time Career Touchdown Leaders:
span and Dallas’ Terrell Owens is 3rd with 60 TDs (9/28/03-            Player                           TDs
present).                                                              1. Harold Carmichael (WR)        79
                                                                       2. Steve Van Buren (B)           77
Of Westbrook’s 62 career TDs (including playoffs), he’s                3. Tommy McDonald (FL)           67
averaged 19.2-yds. per score.                                          4. Pete Pihos (E)                63
                                                                       5. Timmy Brown (B)               62
Yards Per Touch Leaders Among NFL RBs since 2003                       6. Mike Quick (WR)               61
Player                   Y/T       Touches                             7. Wilbert Montgomery (RB)       58
Brian Westbrook          5.9       1,351                               8. Brian Westbrook               57
Kevin Faulk (NE)         5.6       570
Michael Pittman (Den.)   5.5       833
Tiki Barber (ret.)       5.5       1,517
Frank Gore (SF)          5.4       870
            EAGLES CAREER LEADERS AMONG RBs                   Westbrook 2008 Game-By-Game
                                                                                            Rushing                      Receiving
Player                            Touches       Yds/Touch
                                                            Date       Opp. W/L     P/S    Att   Yds Avg LG TD No Yds Avg LG TD
1. Westbrook (2002-pres.)         1406          5.8
                                                            Sep 7      StL     W     1/1    19    91   4.8 18    1   2    1    0.5   1   1
2. Timmy Brown (1960-67)          1081          6.5         Sep 15   @ Dal     L     1/1    18    58   3.2 14    2   6    45   7.5 18 1
                                                            Sep 21     Pit
Player                               Yards from Scrim.      Sep 28   @ Chi
1. Wilbert Montgomery (1977-84)      8985                   Oct 5      Was
2. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            8187                   Oct 12   @ SF
                                                            Oct 26     Atl
Player                               Yards/carry            Nov 2    @ Sea
1. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            4.7                    Nov 9      NYG
                                                            Nov 16   @ Cin
2. Charlie Garner (1994-98)          4.6
                                                            Nov 23   @ Bal
3. Wilbert Montgomery (1977-84)      4.5
                                                            Nov 27     Arz
*min. 750 touches
                                                            Dec 7    @ NYG
                                                            Dec 15     Cle
Player                               Rush Yards
                                                            Dec 21   @ Was
1. Wilbert Montgomery (1977-84)      6538
                                                            Dec 28     Dal
2. Steve Van Buren (1944-51)         5860                   Season                  2/2     37   149   4.0 18    3   8    46   5.8 18 2
3. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            4934                   Career                 87/66 1051 4934 4.7 71T 30 355 3253 9.2 62 25
4. Duce Staley (1997-2003)           4807
                                                            ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS
                                                            SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES: 17 – 2002 (12), 2003 (5)
Player                               Rec. TDs               PASSING: 2002 (1-1-25-1TD)
1. Timmy Brown (1960-67)             26                     FUMBLES/LOST: 11/8 – 2002 (2/2), 2003 (3/2), 2004 (1/1), 2006 (2/2), 2007
2. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            25                     (2/1), 2008 (1/0)
                                                            PLAYOFF FUMBLES/LOST: 1/0 – 2006 (1/0)
                                                            100-YARD RUSHING GAMES: 15 – 2004 (2), 2005 (1), 2006 (6), 2007 (6)
Player                               Recepts                PLAYOFF 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES: 2 – 2006 (2)
1. Keith Byars (1986-92)             371                    100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES: 4 – 2004 (1), 2005 (1), 2006 (1), 2007 (1),
2. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            355
                                                            CAREER HIGHS: RUSHING - Atts. 32 vs. Mia. 11/18/07, Yds. 148 vs. Mia.
                                                            11/18/07, Long 71T at SF 9/24/06, TDs 2 (four times) last at Dal. 9/15/08;
Player                               Rec. Yards             RECEIVING – Recepts 14 vs. Dal. 11/4/07, Yds. 156 vs. GB 12/5/04, Long 62 vs.
1. Keith Byars (1986-92)             3532                   Oak. 9/25/05, TDs 3 vs. GB 12/5/04; SCRIMMAGE YARDS – Touches 34 vs. Ten.
                                                            11/19/06, Yards 221 vs. Det. 9/23/07
2. Timmy Brown (1960-67)             3346
                                                            MILESTONES: First NFL game at Ten. 9/8/02, First rushing attempt at Ten.
3. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            3253                   9/8/02, First start at Was. 9/16/02, First recept. at Was. 9/16/02 (QB Donovan
                                                            McNabb), First TD pass vs. Dal. 9/22/02 (25 yds. to Todd Pinkston). First
Player                               Yards/Catch            rushing TD at Buf. 9/28/03, First TD recept. vs. NYG 11/16/03, First 100-yd.
                                                            rushing game vs. NYG 9/12/04, First 100-yd. receiving day vs. GB 12/5/04,
1. Timmy Brown (1960-67)             14.5                   1,000th rush attempt at NO 12/23/07
2. Keith Byars (1986-92)             9.5
3. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            9.2

Player                               Total Touchdowns
1. Steve Van Buren (1944-51)         77
2. Timmy Brown (1960-67)             62
3. Wilbert Montgomery (197-84)       58
4. Westbrook (2002-pres.)            57
  Westbrook 2008 Game-By-Game                                                                  Practice Squad Players:
                                                                                          48 – Jed Collins –FB
                            Kick Returns                  Punt Returns
Date          Opp.    No Yds     Avg    Lg TD No FC Yds         Avg      Lg    TD
Sep 7         StL      0    0     0.0   0    0   0    0    0    0.0      0     0
                                                                                    A rookie free agent signing in 2008, Jed Collins was signed by the
Sep 15     @ Dal       0    0     0.0   0    0   0    0    0    0.0      0     0
                                                                                    Eagles to the practice squad on 9/1. Originally a tight end in college,
Sep 21        Pit                                                                   Collins capped off a four-year career at Washington State with career
Sep 28     @ Chi                                                                    highs in receptions (52), yards (512), and TDs (3) as a senior.
Oct 5         Was
Oct 12     @ SF
Oct 26        Atl                                                                      42 – Jonathan Hefney – DB
Nov 2      @ Sea
Nov 9         NYG                                                                   Originally signed by Tampa Bay as an undrafted rookie in May of 2008,
Nov 16     @ Cin                                                                    Hefney (5-9, 190) was later released in July. A four-year letterwinner at
Nov 23     @ Bal                                                                    Tennessee, he started in 50 consecutive games, the most by a position
Nov 27        Arz                                                                   player in school history, tallying 322 tackles, 22 passes defensed and
Dec 7      @ NYG
                                                                                    10 interceptions. Hefney signed to the Eagles practice squad on 9/9/08.
Dec 15        Cle
Dec 21
Dec 28
           @ Was
              Dal
                                                                                       76 – Mike Marquardt –DT
Season                 0    0     0.0   0    0   0    0    0    0.0      0     0    A rookie out of Arizona State, Marquardt (6-2, 302) originally signed as
Career                 23 487    21.2 47     0   39 21 498      12.8     84T   2    a free agent with the Bengals on 5/2/08 before being released on
                                                                                    7/7/08. He then signed with the Panthers on 7/31/08, but was released
ADDITIONAL CAREER STATISTICS                                                        on 8/5/08. Marquardt signed with the Eagles on 8/10/08 before being
CAREER HIGHS: KICKOFF RETURNS - No. 6 vs. NE 9/14/03, Yards 123 vs. NE
                                                                                    added to the practice squad on 9/1.
9/14/03, Long 47 vs. TB 9/8/03; PUNT RETURNS - No. 4 (twice) last vs. Dal.
11/14/05, Yards 91 vs. SF 12/21/03, Long 84T at NYG 10/19/03, TDs 1 (twice) last

                                                                                      17 – Shaheer McBride – WR
vs. SF 12/21/03
MILESTONES: First punt return for a TD 84T at NYG 10/19/03

                                                                                    A four-year starter at Delaware State, McBride holds school records in
                                                                                    recepts. (201) and yds. (3,007), while adding 33 TDs. McBride (6-2, 205)
                                                                                    was signed to the practice squad on 9/1.



                                                                                        64 – Chris Patrick – T
                                                                                    Out of Nebraska, Patrick originally signed as a rookie free agent with
                                                                                    the New York Giants in 2007. Patrick (6-4, 280) spent the 2008
                                                                                    preseason with San Francisco and Detroit before signing to the Eagles
                                                                                    practice squad on 9/1.



                                                                                         18 – Willie Reid – WR
                                                                                    One of the top punt returners is Florida State history, Reid is one of only
                                                                                    two people to top the 1,000-yard plateau in punt return yardage in a
                                                                                    career with 1,063 (Deion Sanders 1,429). His average of 15.4 yards per
                                                                                    punt return is ranked first in school history. Originally a 3rd round pick
                                                                                    by Pittsburgh in 2006, Reid was signed to the Eagles practice squad on
                                                                                    9/1.


                                                                                       53 – Andy Studebaker – LB
                                                                                    A sixth-round pick of the Eagles in 2008 out of Wheaton College,
                                                                                    Studebaker was a division III All-American and became the first player in
                                                                                    Wheaton history to be selected in the NFL draft. Studebaker registered
                                                                                    30 sacks in his 4-year career including a school record and NCAA-best
                                                                                    17.5 in his junior season. He signed to the practice squad on 9/1.



                                                                                       31 – Trae Williams – CB
                                                                                    Originally selected in the 5th round of the 2008 draft by Jacksonville
                                                                                    after a stellar career at South Florida, Williams (5-10, 195) signed to the
                                                                                    Eagles practice squad on 9/1. He finished his college career ranked
                                                                                    second in school history with 16 interceptions and first in return yards
                                                                                    (219) and touchdowns (4).
                                                                                            Hank Baskett Feature
              BASKETT DELIVERS WHILE GOING
                    DEEP FOR EAGLES
By REUBEN FRANK                            In NFL history, only five other           it doesn't matter how that happens,”
Burlington County Times                    receivers have three catches of 85        he said. “If I catch a 1-yard touchdown
                                           yards or more, and Baskett is the first   or a 90-yard touchdown or if I have a
9/11/08                                    since former San Francisco 49er John      block that helps another guy score a
Page 1 of 1                                Taylor with three in a career. Nobody     touchdown, it's all the same to me.”
                                           else currently in the NFL has more
No question Jerry Rice is the greatest     than one catch as long as 87 yards.       Baskett only had 142 receiving yards
wide receiver in NFL history. He had       Baskett has three.                        all last season, with a long gain of 25
14 1,000-yard seasons, scored 207                                                    yards. After catching 22 passes for 464
touchdowns, will be a unanimous            Average length of his four career         yards as a rookie, his 2007 output was
first-ballot pick into the Hall of Fame    touchdowns: 69 yards.                     a big disappointment. He worked dili-
when he's eligible next year.                                                        gently during the offseason to get into
                                           What makes this all so weird is that      the same kind of shape he was in as a
He hasn't done what Hank Baskett has       Baskett is not a speed burner, and he's   rookie.
done.                                      not even a regular player. He has 40
                                           career catches, which means one out       It's made a difference.
Terrell Owens is one of the 10 best        of every 13 has been longer than any
receivers ever. We've seen it ourselves,   catch ever made by Carter, Marvin         “I definitely feel lighter and quicker,”
playing both for and against the           Harrison, Steve Largent, Art Monk,        he said. “I feel like have more
Eagles.                                    Andre Reed, Reggie Wayne or Lynn          endurance, and I know I can be on the
                                           Swann.                                    field longer than last year. Before, I
He hasn't done what Hank Baskett has                                                 had to come out of the game too
done.                                      “Yeah, when you're expected to be the     much. I don't feel that way anymore. I
                                           slow possession guy, people aren't        can definitely tell a difference.”
Torry Holt? Cris Carter? Randy Moss?       expecting it,” said Baskett, whom the
                                           Eagles acquired from the Minnesota        Baskett, who now owns three of the
None of them.                              Vikings during the 2006 preseason in      126 longest catches in NFL history,
                                           exchange for Billy McMullen. “But a       already has as many career 100-yard
Not even close.                            lot goes into it. Donovan made great      games as Reggie Brown, for whom he
                                           throws, and so did A.J. against           started against the Rams. Brown has a
Hank Baskett, an undrafted free agent      Atlanta. We had to have great protec-     hamstring injury, but head coach
who has started six career games, now      tion.”                                    Andy Reid said Brown will go back
has three career receptions of 87 yards                                              into the starting lineup when he's
or more, and nobody in NFL history         Baskett's 89-yarder was the longest       healthy.
has more.                                  reception in the NFL in 2006, and if
                                           his 90-yarder on Sunday holds up as       But Baskett will still play. He's made a
“It's insane,” Baskett said. “It's defi-   the longest this season, he'll join       living out of beating the odds and
nitely just crazy. I can't explain it. I   Gaynell Tinsley (1937, 1938), Don         doing the unexpected.
guess I've just been in the right place    Hutson (1935, 1942), Harlon Hill
at the right time.”                        (1956, 1959) and Michael Haynes           “I've always been somebody who just
                                           (1992, 1993) as the only players in       takes advantage of his opportunities,”
Baskett caught an 87-yard touchdown        league history to record the longest      he said. “When I got traded from
pass from Donovan McNabb in his            catch of two different seasons.           Minnesota, at first I was upset, but
fifth NFL game, the Eagles' 38-24 win                                                then I looked at it as another opportu-
over the Dallas Cowboys in 2006 and        Ask Baskett what the three catches        nity. That's been my whole career —
an 89-yarder from A.J. Feeley on the       have in common, and without hesitat-      whenever I get a chance, just make the
last day of the 2006 season in a 24-17     ing he'll tell you that all three con-    most of it.”
win over the Atlanta Falcons. He           tributed to wins. And that's really all
topped those with a 90-yarder from         that matters to him.
McNabb in the second quarter of the
Eagles' 38-3 win over the St. Louis        “You know me, I just want to win, and
Rams on Sunday.
                                                                                              Hank Baskett Feature
           BASKETT SET TO FIGHT FOR HIS JOB
By GEOFF MOSHER                             your name put on a jersey, that's a bad        the flat and those types of
The News Journal                            thing."                                        things. We used him in a little bit dif-
                                            No rookie endeared himself more to             ferent of a role. He was an important
6/7/08                                      the Eagles fan base and coaching staff         part of our team last year
Page 1 of 1                                 in 2006 than the affable                       even though the numbers didn't show
                                            Baskett, whom the Eagles acquired in           it."
PHILADELPHIA -- A peculiar scene            a one-for-one deal with Minnesota for          Baskett referred to his multiple roles
on the last day of this week's Eagles       Billy McMullen.                                last year as something nice for the
minicamp was the tall, slender wide         Minnesota had signed Baskett out of            "résumé," which comes in
receiver crouched in a three-point          New Mexico after the draft but needed          handy in his line of work.
stance during special-teams drills,         someone familiar with a                        He might be two years older than
taunting the defensive linemen.             West Coast offense. McMullen fit the           some of the nameless, faceless rookie
"I'm trying to tell these d-linemen, if     bill. The Eagles had let Terrell Owens         free agents who share the
they want to get in these trenches and      go the prior season and                        locker room with him during camp,
go one-on-one, we can do it," Hank          hadn't yet brought in Donté                    but they're reminders of where he
Baskett said.                               Stallworth, and needed depth at                came from and where he could
Baskett, a third-year pro, was kidding.     receiver.                                      be if he ever takes a play off.
And just to be sure, he backtracked         Baskett made such a quick transition           "Ask a lot of guys here; it's not what
rather quickly.                             that he started opposite Reggie Brown          you did last year, it's what can you do
"I just like teasing them guys," he said,   in the team's first                            for me today," Baskett said.
suddenly turning serious. "I would not      preseason game. Whereas rookies                "That's what these [minicamps] are
ever step in with our dline."               tend to flame out after training camp,         about. It's hot and it's tiresome, but
Funny thing about Baskett's teasing,        Baskett kept climbing.                         it's your opportunity to go out
though. Blocking men much beefier           He became the second rookie -- and             and have more plays, because when
than himself had become an                  first undrafted rookie -- in NFL histo-        the season comes, it's the [starters]
important part of his job last season, a    ry to catch two touchdown                      that get most of the reps.
demand Baskett brought upon him-            passes of 85 yards or more in one sea-         It's your chance to come out here and
self.                                       son and ranked fourth among rookie             do what you can to get on the
With tight end L.J. Smith slowed by         receivers in catches (22)                      [coach's] camera. The more you
two groin surgeries and backup tight        and yards (464).                               get on the camera, the better."
end Matt Schobel also banged up,            But Baskett's encore didn't match his
Baskett volunteered to fill in when         debut -- at least, not statistically. First,
needed in pass protection schemes           the Eagles signed Kevin
that called for two tight ends.             Curtis to pair with Brown as starting
"I did a lot of that blocking off the       receivers. Second, receiver Jason
edge in college," Baskett said.             Avant, a fourth-round pick
Except these were faster, stronger          limited by injuries in 2006, was
NFL linemen itching to plant someone        healthy and ready to challenge Baskett
like Baskett backward en route to the       for slot receiver snaps.
quarterback.                                An injury to safety Brian Dawkins
But sacrifices like those, Baskett          forced special-teams maven Quintin
believes, are necessary for the sake of     Mikell into a starting role. That,
keeping his job. Such is life               in turn, led to Baskett becoming more
for someone whose spot on the roster        active on special teams.
is up for grabs every year, and proba-      Though Baskett's receiving stats
bly will be his entire NFL                  dipped -- 16 catches, 142 yards -- he
career.                                     led the special teams with 277
"This year, it's a fight again for all      points, 16 more than runner-up Avant.
those spots," Baskett said, standing in     "Hank's a real good football player,"
front of the locker stall he                offensive coordinator Marty
considers symbolic.                         Mornhinweg said. "We had some
"When you don't have your nameplate         protection problems early, so we had
up here, that's a bad thing," he said.      him in there chipping [blocking] in
"If you have to pay to get
                                                                                   Stewart Bradley Feature
                EAGLES' BRADLEY WON'T TAKE
                  STARTING FOR GRANTED
By GEOFF MOSHER                         In his second start, against            "I'm not going to make assump-
The News Journal                        Buffalo in the season finale, he        tions," he said, "but that's where I
3/30/08                                 made seven tackles.                     want to be."
Page 1 of 1                             Defensive coordinator Jim               When he's not preparing for the
                                        Johnson boldly told reporters that      upcoming camps, Bradley isn't
                                        Bradley had a future with the           wasting his free time. After the
The intention couldn't have been        Eagles.                                 season, he visited a friend in Paris.
more clear on March 6, when the         "It's exciting to get your number       He also spent time in his home-
Eagles released veteran                 called like that," Bradley said. "I'm   town of Salt Lake City and in
linebacker Takeo Spikes. But that       itching for it right now, just think-   Lincoln, Neb., for another friend's
doesn't mean Stewart Bradley per-       ing about it."                          wedding.
formed cartwheels.                      That's about as much introspection      Bradley also is making good use of
Sure, Bradley's potential is the rea-   as you'll get from Bradley. Ask him     his business degree. He is hoping
son the Eagles said goodbye to          to peer inside his crystal ball         to intern this spring at one of
Spikes, once an elite linebacker        and the images disappear in             Philadelphia's major investment
but now best described as steady.       clouds. Even though his competi-        banks, with an emphasis on invest-
But the second-year pro who             tion is newcomer Rocky Boiman           ment managing.
showed glimmers of promise in           and barely used backup Pago             "You got to do something else, get
limited late-season playing time        Togafau -- say that three times fast    involved with constructive things
last season isn't expecting the red-    -- Bradley would rather consider        around town," he said. "It's better
carpet treatment to a starting job.     the                                     than being out in the streets."
To do that would be to assume,          battle a lumberjack match. Last
Bradley said. And you know what         man standing gets the prize.
happens to those who assume.            "Until you have the job, it's not
"Because you never know how             your job," he said. "I'm really wary
things are going to work out,"          of having that mentality that it's
Bradley said recently at the            my job now. You have to earn it,
NovaCare Complex after a work-          and you want to come in with the
out.                                    mentality that, 'I have to outper-
All signs indicate that Bradley will    form everyone at the same position
take over the middle linebacker         every day.'
job, the position for which the         "Me, I like to battle and scratch for
Eagles have groomed him since           that. It gives me more determina-
they made him a third-round pick        tion. Obviously, there is the drive
last April.                             of winning a spot, but then there's
He backed up at strong side, his        a drive to be successful and to be
natural position, and the middle        the best at your spot from all the
last year. Most of his action came      32 teams."
on special teams. Not until the last    Don't mistake humility for uncer-
two games of the season was             tainty. Voluntary offseason work-
Bradley unleashed at linebacker.        outs begin Monday, but Bradley
And how.                                has spent the past three weeks at
In his first start, he brought down     the NovaCare Complex. He has
the NFL's least-sacked quarterback      bulked up and figures to wear the
when he dropped New Orleans'            firstteam jersey when minicamps
Drew Brees, and Bradley also had        begin in May.
an interception later in the game.      It would disappointing if he didn't.
                                           Stewart Bradley, Chris Gocong and Omar Gaither Feature
    EAGLES' LB TRIO AT HEAD OF THE CLASS
By GEOFF MOSHER                             intellectually is important."               His maturation came slowly, but by
The News Journal                            None of this, of course, matters to         the end of the season, Johnson trusted
                                            Eagles diehards who demand blood-           the converted end to
7/13/08                                     thirsty aggression.                         spend short stints on the defensive
Page 1 of 1                                 Nobody cared about Reggie White's           line.
                                            college GPA.                                Despite starting at the strong side for
                                            But for the first time since Reid           three years at Nebraska, Bradley's
PHILADELPHIA -- Chris Gocong                became head coach in 1999, he has           ability to pursue at his size
wouldn't be surprised if his post-NFL       given coordinator Jim Johnson a             allowed the coaches to work him at
career life is linked to football.          stable threesome of linebackers.            the strong side and middle.
With all the uproar over disability         The linebacker group under Reid has         Bradley, a third-round pick, stepped
money for retired NFL players,              been shuffled and reshuffled, especial-     in at middle linebacker late last sea-
Gocong has a plan.                          ly on the outside, from                     son.
"I'll probably be designing artificial      Nate Wayne to Keith Adams and Mark          In his first game, against New
hip implants," Gocong said last             Simoneau to Matt McCoy.                     Orleans, Bradley picked off and
month.                                      And though Gaither, Bradley and             sacked Brees, one of the NFL's most
Gocong completed a course in fluid          Gocong has that law firm ring, it has       elusive quarterbacks. In his next
dynamics to earn his biomedical engi-       the potential to be the team's              game, Bradley registered seven tackles
neering degree in 2005 from                 starting trio well into the next decade.    against Buffalo.
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo -- a school        All three are 24 and are still playing      "He still has a lot to learn, don't get
known for producing renowned engi-          under their rookie                          me wrong, but he looks good to me
neers, not professional                     contracts.                                  inside," Johnson said. "All of a
athletes.                                   "You see a lot more confidence. When        sudden we put him inside in that
But for the Eagles, he's one-third of an    guys have confidence and they know          game [against New Orleans] and he
equation that combines brains and           what they're doing, they                    makes a couple of plays. He'll
brawn to produce arguably                   play a lot faster," defensive coordina-     keep getting better."
the brightest and most promising trio       tor Jim Johnson said.                       Gaither took part in an exclusive NFL
of young linebackers in coach Andy          "That's what I see from Chris Gocong.       program at the Harvard Business
Reid's tenure. The Eagles                   Stewart Bradley is the same thing.          School in 2007.
open training camp July 21 at Lehigh        Omar has been the veteran                   Usually, the NFL invites veterans for
University.                                 of the three, but I see him playing a lot   the program. Gaither had just
Third-year pro Omar Gaither, who            faster and making more plays around         wrapped up his rookie year.
recorded 170 tackles last season at         the football because he                     Not being pigeonholed into the jock
middle linebacker, was a                    has more confidence and he knows the        stereotype is important, but he knows
three-time Southeastern Conference          system."                                    his paycheck is for services
all-academic selection at the               Gaither is the most experienced. The        rendered, not an endowment.
University of Tennessee.                    2006 fifth-round pick drew unusual          "It's obvious they're going to want to
Middle linebacker Stewart Bradley,          praise from Johnson after                   get [intelligent] players like that, but
the trio's newest starter, is a worldly     his first training camp and halfway         once you're playing, it's all
type. He traveled to Paris in               through the year supplanted an              football, so you've got to put all that
the offseason and plans to intern at        injured and ineffective McCoy.              stuff behind you," Gocong said.
one of Philadelphia's venture capital       Gaither made such an impact his             "Forget how smart everybody is
firms.                                      rookie year that the coaches cut two-       and ... just make plays."
How many investment bankers hover           time Pro Bowler and fan
at 6-foot-4, 250 pounds, have sacked        favorite middle linebacker Jeremiah
Drew Brees and claim to                     Trotter last June. Gaither's 170 tackles
be avid Robert Ludlum readers?              last season were tops on
"I think we're a pretty intelligent         the defense.
group," Bradley said, "which I think is     Gocong showed enough grasp of the
a necessity being kind of like              playbook at minicamps last year to
the quarterbacks of the defense and         warrant a starting job even
making all the calls. Having lineback-      though he spent his rookie season on
ers that can handle the load                injured reserve.
                                                                                  Trent Cole Feature
                     COLE READY TO BUILD ON
                      PRO BOWL EXPERIENCE
By GEOFF MOSHER                     originally being left off the NFC   makes it a lot more exciting and
The News Journal                    roster. Cole, who got to Hawaii     fun to play."
4/13/08                             by being an alternate, was visi-    But Cole still feels a tinge of
Page 1 of 1                         bly angry when the roster was       emptiness that comes with
                                    announced and didn't have his       being an alternate. His objective
PHILADELPHIA -- Thousands           name on it.                         is to be regarded as the league's
of miles away, across the Pacific   If he felt cheated by his fellow    best defensive end, a tough
Ocean, Trent Cole felt right at     NFL players and coaches,            mountain to climb in a division
home.                               whose votes make up the             -- let alone a conference -- with
He was in Oahu in February,         majority of the                     some outstanding pass rushers.
about to partake in his first Pro   selection process, Cole attracted   Say this for the fourth-year pro:
Bowl.                               his share of accolades from Pro     Cole hasn't let one Pro Bowl
Cole, an admitted hunting           Bowl brethren during his stay in    honor satisfy his drive to
junkie who often rises at 4 a.m.    Hawaii.                             become the best.
in the offseason to hit the back-   He remembers being told he          "I want every sack, I want every
woods about                         belonged there. He even drew        tackle. If I can do something for
seven times a week, had no          high praise from the Super          my team -- cause another fum-
problem adjusting to the trop-      Bowl champion Giants.               ble -- that's what I'm there for,"
ics.                                "Lots of people did [praised        he said. "I want to make sure
While most of his counterparts      him]," said Cole, whose 12.5        my part is done to help the
hit the beaches and golf cours-     sacks tied for third in the NFC.    team out. That's why I work
es, the Eagles' Pro Bowl defen-     "Osi [Umenyiora], [Michael]         hard every time. I want to be
sive end                            Strahan."                           the best."
bagged wild boar with Patriots      The whole scene gave Cole a
offensive linemen Matt Light        sense of place among the
and Logan Mankins and reeled        game's best. He walked among
in tuna                             the elite,
with Cleveland left tackle Joe      and said he felt comfortable. He
Thomas and 49ers rookie line-       felt like he was meant to be
backer Patrick Willis.              there, not like an overwhelmed
A self-described country bump-      former fifth-round draft pick
kin, Cole did hit the beach for     from a mid-major program
some snorkeling, but only in        (Cincinnati) lucky to be among
small doses.                        titans.
"That was some deep stuff,"         "I don't know if people know,
Cole said recently after a work-    but you come back from the Pro
out at the NovaCare Complex.        Bowl excited," he said.
"I can't                            "Knowing that you're with the
stay too long."                     best in the league and it's never
Cole said he had a blast, and       going to go away and it's writ-
maybe that helped erase some        ten in stone that you're a Pro
lingering resentment he felt        Bowler. That's nice. And when
about                               you come off a Pro Bowl, it
                                                                                  Jed Collins Feature
  COLLINS MAKING A RUN AT STARTING ROLE
by Andy Schwartz                       me in the long run.”                    book, so that was pretty cool.”
ComcastSportsNet.com                   Recruited out of high school as a       So was lining up with Donovan
8/18/08                                linebacker, Collins played both         McNabb, Brian Westbrook, et al.
Page 1 of 1                            fullback and linebacker his first       “At first it was a little overwhelm-
                                       two seasons at                          ing, but once that wore off, I’m in
                                       Washington State before moving          there to earn a spot and earn a job,
When rookie fullback Jed               to tight end for his final two.         so that overtook everything,”
(Jedidiah Gabriel) Collins took the    Now the 6-foot-1, 255-pound             Collins said.
practice field with the rest of the    Collins is back playing fullback. He    And Collins can do more than just
Eagles' veterans back in June, he      earned a chance with the starters       play special teams and run for a
was the butt of a joke.                by excelling on special teams, a        few yards. If he is to complete this
Collins had skipped the rookie por-    prerequisite for an Eagles’ full-       remarkable run and beat out Davis
tion of the voluntary workouts not     back. He played special teams           and Lawton, he also will have to
because he wanted to but because       extensively in college.                 catch the ball on occasion. As a
he was                                 “Special teams is all about effort.     senior with the Cougars, he had a
recovering from appendicitis.          It’s a one-play situation.              career-high 52 catches for 512
“I came back the week vets were        You don’t get to line up on a sec-      yards and three
here,” Collins said. “That was the     ond down and remake anything,”          touchdowns.
joke, that I got to come back with     Collins said. “The common saying        “I never came in and expected to
the vets, and all of                   is, special teams is just that – it’s   be first string on an NFL team.
the rookies had to be out there        special. Not everybody is going         That’s an extreme blessing and an
busting their butts.”                  toget out there and do it. Effort is    opportunity,” he said. “But every-
Collins’ taking the field with the     100 percent of special teams:           body’s told me through college and
vets is a joke no more.                wanting to do it and getting the job    high school that I’m a football
During the last week of training       done.”                                  player. I don’t have great stats. I’m
camp Collins leapfrogged the more      Friday against Carolina, Collins        not fast. I’m not big or anything
experienced Jason Davis and Luke       was in another "want-to" situation:     like that. But put me on
Lawton and                             third-and-one. In four seasons          a football field and I know what
took reps with the first team.         with the Cougars,                       I’m doing out there. They’ve given
Friday night against Carolina,         Collins rushed eight times for 12       me opportunities, and they gave
Collins started. Not bad for an        yards. So when he was informed of       me another one this last game. I’m
undrafted player who missed two        the play, Collins recalled the          just trying to take advantage of
weeks of practice                      instructions of running backs           every one.”
designed solely for rookies.           coach Ted Williams.
“We went down and had some             “Coach Williams said, ‘If we ever
Philly cheese steaks, so I thought     give you the ball, make sure you
that was my problem. It turned out     return it to the right guy (meaning
I had                                  the ref),’ so that
appendicitis, so I think that set me   was the first thing that went
back a little bit,” said Collins, a    through my head,” Collins said.
native of Southern California. “But    So on the game’s third play,
it also gave me                        Collins bullied his way through the
time to see everything. I spent all    line for three yards and a first
that time in the playbook, so once     down.
I was here and ready to take reps, I   “I’m a big guy, one yard shouldn’t
approached it                          be tough for me, so I put my head
as a student first and an athlete      down and I got it,” he said. “It was
second. So I knew the offense pret-    fun. My family got to enjoy it and
ty well, and I think that’s helped     jump around. I got in the stat
                                                                                   Brian Dawkins Feature
     DAWKINS, DAILY NEWS JOIN TO HONOR
            STUDENT ATHLETES
By ED BARKOWITZ                        "I wear No. 20, too," Cheeseboro         think about where we were back
Philadelphia Daily News                said. "I can't wait for the opening      then . . . how wonderful and how
9/4/08                                 kickoff. The crowd, the excitement.      amazing it would have been to be
Page 1 of 1                            I'm going to want to hit some-           at a football field at that time, to
                                       body."                                   be on the sideline, to shake hands
                                                                                with whoever was the star at that
Matt Pooler is a teacher in the
                                       Camden High senior defensive             time."
Philadelphia public-school system.
                                       back Kalid Ways attended the pre-
A few years ago, he came into
                                       season game against Carolina. His        In addition to the tickets, the
some Phillies tickets and wanted to
                                       advice to his peers who are about        Eagles organization will give out a
reward a couple of his more
                                       to experience Lincoln Financial          pair of pregame sideline passes.
deserving students. So he asked
                                       Field for the first time is simple.      It's up to the winning teenager to
them if they would like to go to a
                                                                                decide who to bring as a guest. The
game.
                                       "I would tell them that any              only stipulation is that the guest
"How do you do that?" the kids
                                       thoughts they had of what a pro          must be an adult, which Dawkins
replied.
                                       game might be, to leave them             says is as much about enhancing
                                       home," said Ways, Camden's sen-          the experience as it is logical safe-
Attending a professional sporting
                                       ior class president and a school         ty.
event is a foreign concept for many
                                       ambassador. "It was so loud. I'll
youngsters. Seeing in person the
                                       never forget how great it was."          "Because of his hard work, he's
players they idolize on television
                                                                                going to be able to bless another
just isn't possible for many when
                                       Lineman Troy Fraizer, who plays          person to go to the game also,"
the biggest treat can be surviving
                                       football at Camden High but              Dawkins said, speaking in general.
the trip to and from school each
                                       attends Penn Vocational Tech,            "If you're going with your father or
day.
                                       went to the preseason game               guardian or whoever it is, that will
                                       against the New York Jets.               be another bonding experience for
These are the kids who Brian
                                                                                those two. Memories, not just on
Dawkins wants to help.
                                       Dawkins has never attended an            the field and watching the Eagles,
                                       NFL game that he wasn't playing          but being together with whomever
The Eagles safety has teamed with
                                       in. The Jaguars weren't in exis-         he decides to take."
the Daily News to give away his
                                       tence when he was growing up in
two game tickets to a local high-
                                       Jacksonville and even if they were,
school football player. Kids will be
                                       money was too tight to consider
chosen as much for their skills on
                                       frivolously spending it on a foot-
the field as their achievements in
                                       ball game.
the classroom and beyond. The
Daily News will pass along nomi-
                                       He was very reflective when he
nations from coaches to Dawkins,
                                       heard of Ways' experience.
who will personally choose the
winner.
                                       "Sometimes it's hard for us as ath-
                                       letes to understand the signifi-
Tyron Cheeseboro, a senior run-
                                       cance of that," Dawkins said.
ning back/linebacker from John
                                       "We're on the field all the time. It's
Bartram High, will be at this
                                       no big deal. But if, for a second, we
week's regular-season opener. He
                                       can take ourselves out of our shoes
got the news yesterday from a
                                       mentally and put ourselves into
Dawkins' representative.
                                       our shoes as 15-year-olds and
                                                                                    Brian Dawkins Feature
                       DAWKINS: FATHER FIRST,
                      FOOTBALL PLAYER ALWAYS
Mike Sielski                             probably doomed his season              to arrive three months too
Burlington County Times                  from the start.                         soon. Medication stabilized her,
2/17/08                                  Not long after the Eagles lost to       and Brian became a stay-at-home
Page 1 of 2                              the New Orleans Saints in the NFC       dad who didn't have much time
                                         divisional playoffs last January,       to stay at home.
                                         Dawkins'                                In previous off-seasons, when
                                         wife, Connie, went on bed rest for      Connie was able to look after the
First of two parts.                      three weeks. She had begun to           kids, Dawkins could spend his
                                         bleed during the first half of her      customary minimum of 12 hours a
Amid the silence and the darkness,       pregnancy, meaning there was a          week in the weight room, bracing
he would keep his eyes on the crib,      50 percent chance she would mis-        his body for the brutal rigors
careful not to disturb his               carry, according to the American        of another NFL season. Last year,
wife and his two elder children as       Pregnancy Association, a non-prof-      that luxury didn't exist.
they slept, staying awake to make        it organization in Texas that con-      “I'd drop the kids off at school, go
sure one of his babies was still         ducts research and education            see her, then take an hour to try to
breathing.                               initiatives related to reproductive     work out, then come right
Brian Dawkins called this the            health.                                 back to the hospital to be with her,
“night shift,” the weeks last spring     The bleeding was bad enough, but        then go pick the kids up from
when he sacrificed sleep and his         during a hospital visit, doctors told   school, then get dinner ready,”
annual off-season training regimen       Brian and Connie that a scan            he said. “I got a chance to walk in
for the sake of his family, when         of one of the twins' hearts revealed    her shoes. I told her after all this
football was the furthest thing          there was a slim chance the child       was done how much I really
from his mind and heart.                 had Down's syndrome.                    appreciate her.”
Once the fiercest free safety in the     Victoria Vetter, the chief of pedi-     Chionni and Cionni Dawkins (pro-
NFL, Dawkins experienced in              atric cardiology at Children's          nounced chee-AH-nee and see-
2007 perhaps the most trying             Hospital of Philadelphia, said in a     AH-nee, respectively) were born
season of his 12-year career with        telephone interview that the doc-       on
the Eagles: the team's disappoint-       tors might have thought they saw        April 26, two months prematurely.
ing 8-8 record; three different          an atrioventricular canal, a heart      Neither had Down syndrome. Each
injuries that caused him to miss         defect that appears frequently in       of them weighed just three
significant portions of training         Down's cases. The doctors, Brian        pounds, two little balls of skin, but
camp, the preseason and the              said, wanted to perform an              around the maternity ward, seeing
regular season; the subtle sugges-       amniocetensis to make sure.             newborns who weighed half
tions that, at age 34, he was past       “But if you do that, there's a risk     as much as his daughters, Brian
his prime.                               that one of the babies could be         considered himself fortunate,
Yet in an interview earlier this         lost,” he said. “We weren't going       despite another piece of difficult
month, Dawkins — for the first           to do it, but those are the things      news.
time publicly — spoke in depth           you have to think about. Tears          Cionni, the younger twin, was suf-
about                                    were starting to flow.”                 fering from relative bradycardia;
the medical and emotional chal-          The Dawkins family — Brian,             for her age, her heart rate was
lenges that accompanied the pre-         Connie, 11-year-old Brian Jr. and       too slow. Intermittent episodes of
mature births of his twin                8-year-old Brionni — flew from the      bradycardia are common among
daughters, Chionni and Cionni, in        Philadelphia area to their second       premature babies, said Vetter,
April. It is a story laden with irony.   home in Orlando, and just after         the CHOP cardiologist, and peri-
For the blessing of the twins'           her baby shower, Connie was             ods of apnea, the suspension of
births and Dawkins' care in help-        back on bed rest again for another      normal breathing, are often
ing shepherd them to good health         three weeks, the twins threatening      connected to it. In fact, each condi-
Mike Sielski                              you're going back and forth
Burlington County Times                   with questions: "Why is this going
2/17/08                                   on?'
Page 2 of 2                               “But you've got to have a positive
tion contributes to the other. If a       outlook on things. My wife is going
premature baby is not taking              through what she's going
in enough oxygen, the heart will          through. The kids are still going to
slow down. As the heartbeat slows,        school. Brian still needs to go to
the baby has fewer                        basketball practice. Brionni still
opportunities to take a breath.           needs help with homework. So I
Together, apnea and bradycardia           still have to be able to do all those
are potentially fatal for a preemie.      things — and not with an angry
Chionni and Cionni spent 17 days          attitude. It was taxing, very tax-
in the hospital. They came home           ing.”
on Sunday, May 13 — Mothers               This was his life for more than a
Day. Brian and Connie obtained a          month, until Cionni's lungs
electronic monitor to track               matured and she began breathing
Cionni's breathing, and in those          normally. By then, it was late June.
awful                                     The Eagles opened their 2007
moments when Cionni seemed to             training camp on July 27.
forget to breathe, Brian would            Was Brian Dawkins ready to play
have to                                   football?

stimulate her somehow —
shake her gently, wiggle her foot —
until she'd let out a tiny noise,
half-grunt, half-gasp.
It was as if the little girl, for a few
seconds, were no longer alive ...
until her father brought her
back.
“It was very, very terrifying,” he
said.
So, as Connie recuperated from the
delivery, Brian maintained a
remarkable routine: stay up all
night to feed, change, and care for
the twins; go to bed at 6 a.m.;
wake up at noon; work out at
1:30; pick up Brian Jr. and Brionni
from school; help Connie with din-
ner; nap until 10 p.m.; begin
again.
“I was a walking zombie,” he said.
“I'm dealing with stuff emotional-
ly, with all the things that could
happen. Physically, I can't do the
things I need to do, and when I do
work out, I'm so tired from
the other things I'm doing that I
can't exert myself. And spiritually,
                                                                                       Brian Dawkins Feature
             DETERMINED DAWKINS BELIEVES
                HE CAN STILL GET THERE
Mike Sielski                             out of defiance.                           becoming big bruises.”
Burlington County Times                  After his twin girls, Chionni and          Before sitting out the season finale
                                         Cionni, were born two months prema-        against Buffalo with a foot sprain that
2/18/08                                  turely on April 26, after                  is now, in his words,
Page 1 of 2                              months of putting football aside and       “over with,” Dawkins missed most of
                                         doing what daddies are supposed to         training camp and the preseason
Second of two parts                      do for their daughters,                    because of Achilles
                                         Dawkins began meeting more people          tendonitis, returning to the lineup in
PHILADELPHIA — To watch the play         dealing with the same questions and        time for the regular-season opener in
unfold was to wonder: Where's Brian      choices he and his wife,                   Green Bay. One week
Dawkins? The New                         Connie, confronted. “I know there are      later, in trying to tackle Redskins tight
Orleans Saints faced a third down-       a lot of people who are going to go        end Todd Yoder, he sustained a
and-18 from their own 25-yard line       through the same thing                     “stinger,” a pinched nerve
against the Eagles' defense              we went through,” he said. “Hopefully,     at the back of his neck. He missed the
late last season, and wide receiver      this will encourage them.”                 Eagles' next five games.
Devery Henderson, split out to the       The worry over Connie's and the twin-      Brian Dawkins, sidelined for more
left, ran past cornerback                s' health, the sleepless nights spent      than a month with a stinger, an ordi-
Sheldon Brown and surged upfield.        making sure Cionni could                   nary injury by NFL
In letting Henderson go, Brown was       still breathe, a regular season that saw   standards? Something didn't seem
doing his job. The Eagles' secondary     him miss six games and seem a shell        right.
was playing a zone                       of a six-time Pro Bowl                     It wasn't. Dawkins admitted that he
coverage, and Brown was responsible      safety — he would endure them all          actually pinched the same nerve twice
only for those New Orleans receivers     again, he said. The babies are giggly      during that Week 2
in front of him. Once                    and getting chubby, and                    game against Washington, that he flew
Henderson zoomed past Brown              he has one year left on his current        to Oregon to seek treatment from a
toward the first-down marker, it was     contract with the Eagles, another shot     nerve specialist
on the free safety to slide              to show that last season                   because he could barely lift his arms,
over and cover him. It was on            was a product of the circumstances of      and that for a short while he contem-
Dawkins.                                 his personal life.                         plated the possibility
Except Henderson was open as he          “I'd just like to know who's in charge     that he might never play again.
neared the 43-yard line. And he was      of counting steps, because I've lost       “That,” he said, “was a scary thing.”
open as quarterback Drew                 steps for the last five                    When it comes to re-signing players
Brees lifted his arm and let go of the   years now,” Dawkins said. “By this         who are 30 or older, the Eagles' histo-
football. And Henderson was still        time, I should be walking.                 ry is well known: They
open when he dropped                     “There are going to be negative people     generally don't do it. Dawkins has
Brees' pass. A heartbeat later,          who say negative things about me —         been an exception to that rule once
Dawkins arrived. Too late. That half-    what I'm not doing,                        already, signing a two-year
second of tardiness could have           that I'm washed up, my days are            deal before the 2006 season.
been the difference between Dawkins'     behind me, all that stuff. I know what     In that context, it's hardly surprising
delivering a devastating hit on          I can do, and I know what                  that Dawkins joined the chorus of
Henderson and the Eagles'                I still have. When I was on the field      Eagles veterans, among
defense's surrendering a damaging        last year, I was not myself, and I saw     them Donovan McNabb and Brian
first down. And Dawkins didn't get       that.” Dawkins acknowledged that he        Westbrook, in using two catch phrases
there. To watch the play                 was not physically prepared to play a      common to discussions
unfold was to wonder: Can he any-        full NFL season in 2007,                   about the Eagles: Yes, the team needs
more?                                    attributing the series of injuries he      more weapons, and yes, Dawkins'
Brian Dawkins agreed to meet at the      suffered to his inability to complete      sense of urgency is high.
NovaCare Complex and talk about the      his usual off-season training              “When the Giants won [the Super
hardest year of his                      program. “That makes those little          Bowl], that just sent it up that much
football life for two basic reasons —    nicks and bruises stay nicks and bruis-    higher,” he said. “To see
the first out of empathy, the second     es,” he said, “instead of                  them celebrate, to see them have a
Mike Sielski
Burlington County Times
2/18/08
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great season, to know that we really
do have that type of team
to get it done, I think that's what
everybody's saying this whole off-sea-
son. Do we need guys to
come in? We really don't. Sometimes
"need' is thrown out there. I think
guys are saying we're a
good team now. If you add to what we
already have, you'll make a good team
that much more
formidable.”
He was asked about that play against
New Orleans. Clearly, he remembered
the sequence — the
sight of Henderson's breaking free, his
slight hesitation in reacting, the impli-
cation therein.
Can he get there anymore?
“There's a flow to a game, the speed of
a game,” he said. “Those things, you're
used to, and when
you're not able to play the way you
need to play on a consistent basis,
you're just off —”
He snapped his fingers.
“— just a second. Sometimes, I found
myself off —”
He snapped them again.
“— just a hair. If it was because I
couldn't run, I just couldn't get there,
it would be one thing. But
it's not that. I can still get wherever I
need to be on the field when I need to
be there. And you
say, "How do you know that?' I know
what they ask me to do, and I know
the things I do in practice, and I still
do things at a very high level.”
He leaned forward in his chair, his
eyes alive and unblinking, and to lis-
ten to Brian Dawkins, in that
moment, was to believe every word.
                                                                                          Brian Dawkins Feature
              DAWKINS A FATHERLY FIGURE AT
                    HOME AND WORK
By Bob Grotz                               legacy on,” Dawkins said. “At the end       Dawkins, a 1996 second-round pick of
Delco Times                                of the day, this game will pass me by.      head coach Ray Rhodes, cannot wait
                                           This game will keep on going once I         to start his 13th season.
6/12/08                                    retire. But I will always be a father to    “I have a lot left,” Dawkins said. “We’ll
Page 1 of 2                                these kids. Some people choose not to       see. I’ll go out and I’ll play. One of my
                                           be fathers to their children; I’ll always   good friends, the big gentleman down
PHILADELPHIA – Eagles safety Brian         be the dad to my children.”                 there at the end, Jon Runyan, he told
Dawkins is more comfortable in             Dawkins also is the father of the           me, ‘Once the pain outweighs the pay,
shoulder pads and a helmet than the        Eagles defense. While Dawkins needs         then it’s time.’ When I can no longer
tuxedo he will wear tonight.               permission to leave The House, if you       do what I need to do to bless this
But equipment and clothes no longer        believe the kidding of the younger          team, to make plays game in and
make this man.                             veterans, he’s always there for team-       game
When Dawkins is honored by the             mates.                                      out, year in and year out then it’s time
Greater Philadelphia American              “You look at him as a great player, but     to stop. And it’s not that time. It’s not
Diabetes                                   nobody really knows the man behind          even a thought.”
Association and the Father’s Day           the shield,” safety J.R. Reed said.         Reed smiled when the subject turned
Council at their Father of the Year        “He’s a big-faith creature. My rookie       to how Dawkins has performed in the
awards                                     year I                                      voluntary camp.
dinner, he will feel a burn unlike all     got mad one practice and I might have       “Dawk doesn’t have an expiration date
others.                                    said a cuss word or something. I have       right now,” Reed said. “Darrell Green
The lump in his throat will dwarf the      a cross (tattooed) on my arm. And he        played until what? Into his 40s? Dawk
one from the first of six Pro Bowl         reminded me, ‘Don’t put that on your        is a specimen. He can play probably
selections that many consider the          arm if you’re going to come in here         until he’s 42. Dawk has the body of a
basis for a spot in the Pro Football       cursing.’ He’s a real good role model.      20-year-old.”
Hall of                                    He’s influenced me a lot. He’s a great      Green, by the way, was a first ballot
Fame.                                      leader, but he’s a better person than       Hall of Famer, having played 20 years
“I’ve been blessed to get a lot of         he is a player.”                            in
awards,” Dawkins said after the Eagles     Dawkins is the first to concede he did-     the NFL.
practiced Wednesday, “but there’s no       n’t have one of those stellar seasons       Dawkins has a long way to go to get
award, no trophy, no ring to measure       Eagles fans have come to expect, play-      there. But he’s come a long way. Early
up with fatherhood. This means the         ing in just 10 games last year due to a     in his career he struggled with depres-
most to me.”                               neck                                        sion and life issues that nearly cost
The Father of the Year honor Dawkins       injury and finishing with but one           him
receives for balancing a successful        interception, the 33rd of his 12-year       his job – and much more.
career with a strong commitment to         career.                                     These days Dawkins has a faith, spiri-
family and community is a win for The      When Dawkins started to round into          tuality and a peace that lets him look
House. In Dawkins parlance, that’s the     shape, he sustained a neck stinger          everyone — teammates, coaches and
family unit of wife, Connie, sons Brian    tackling Washington Redskins tight          management — in the eye.
Jr., 10, daughter Brionni, 7, and twin     end Todd Yoder.                             Dawkins doesn’t know if he will end
girls Chonni and Cionni, almost 14         Almost everything went numb and             his career with the Eagles. His con-
months old. The twins were born two        Dawkins felt that horrible fear of the      tract
months prematurely and spent a             unknown. He prayed and he rehabbed          expires after this season. But that’s the
month in the                               – and he prayed and rehabbed again.         furthest thing from his mind.
hospital. Dawkins, who never misses a      While Dawkins wasn’t quite the same         Dawkins is eager to see how good this
workout, much less a camp, did what        when he returned, lesser men would          Eagles defense can be with free
he had to do. No ifs, ands or buts, he     have sat out the rest of the season.        agent addition Asante Samuel, the
told head coach Andy Reid. Family          Many wonder how much football               cornerback who has missed much of
came first, and he stayed home to play     Dawkins has left, but it’s not an issue     the
Mr. Mom.                                   for the                                     OTAs with a strained hamstring, and
“I’ve got four little people in my house   professional sports athlete with the        pass rusher Chris Clemons.
that hopefully I will leave a lasting      longest active tenure in Philadelphia.      “You can get a glimpse of what the
By Bob Grotz
Delco Times
6/12/08
Page 2 of 2

defense will be, but it’s just a
glimpse,”
Dawkins said of the OTAs. “We still
have some jelling to do with Asante.
But
when he’s not in practice he gets some
mental reps. He sits next to me and
we talk in meetings to make sure we’re
on the same page and stuff.”
Lito Sheppard, who hasn’t participat-
ed in the voluntary practices, is anoth-
er
piece the Eagles need to fit into the
cornerback puzzle with Samuel and
Sheldon Brown.
“Lito was here when the bell rung last
time, so I anticipate him being here
the
next time the bell rings,” Dawkins
said, a reference to training camp in
July.
“Sheldon said it best. He feels (three
cornerbacks) can mesh. And if one of
those guys says they can mesh, than
they can mesh.”
Though Dawkins and his teammates
would like to complete the offseason
work today on a more positive note —
quarterback Donovan McNabb is
sidelined indefinitely with tendinitis
in his throwing shoulder — it could be
a
lot worse.
That took a big bite out of some of the
other things that have been talked
about,” Dawkins said. “And obviously
it’s going to be talked about because
it’s a huge story. But for me I’ve
enjoyed this camp which is crazy
because
I’m going into my 13th year.”
                                                                                                 Brian Dawkins Feature
       WITH DAUGHTERS HEALTHY, EAGLES'
       DAWKINS LOOKING FORWARD TO 2008
By Joseph Santoliquito                        tering ram he's always been.                    "Then we started getting signs some things
                                              That he'll turn 35 this year doesn't mean a     might not be right," Dawkins said. "It was
Special to NFL.com                            thing.                                          another case of learning new
7/25/08                                       He's still dangerous. He's still Brian          things on the run. But Connie and I didn't
Page 2 of 2                                   Dawkins.                                        expect what was about to happen."
                                              "I set a standard for myself that is very       Chonni and Cionni entered the world two
PHILADELPHIA -- Brian Dawkins would           high, I didn't play up to that                  months premature. "It's like they were
keep a close vigil on the gentle, swaying     standard last year," said Dawkins, who was      skin and bones," Dawkins
blankets. He'd sit in the hospital            expected to report to the                       recalled.
room, ignoring the monitors and constant      Eagles' training camp at Lehigh University      Cionni had a condition called bradycardia,
beeps of the machinery surrounding him.       on Thursday. "That was                          which slows the heart rate to the point
The only thing that mattered                  tough to live with. I know the fans were        where there could be a 15- to 20-
was that his twin daughters were still        disappointed, but I was more                    second pause in breathing. There were
breathing. They were frail, both less than    disappointed in myself. I set the bar real      times when Dawkins would be feeding her
four pounds. And a man so                     high, and that's the way I                      and she'd stop breathing. He
accustomed to being in command wasn't.        expect to play all the time, not just some of   would shake her to resume breathing
Dawkins would clench his hands together       the time. I wasn't reacting                     again.
and pray in the dark: We're going to get      the way I like to react on the field. I was     But each time it occurred it would weigh
through this ... We're going to               thinking too much, where                        heavily on Dawkins and his
get through this ...                          before I'd just react and make a play.          wife.
Now look at them, Dawkins' 15-month-old       "I pride myself on being a playmaker and I      "Connie went through enough, that's why I
twins, Chonni and Cionni. Chubby-             wasn't doing that, or at                        took the full brunt of what
cheeked and bright-eyed, they blink           least not up to my standards. But I had         my wife and family went through,"
and smile up at their father. Their tiny      serious things on my mind                       Dawkins said. "On the field, it's so
arms and legs churn, as if trying to fly      entering last year, and my family comes         different. You feel in control, or at least I
when Dawkins reaches down to pick             first. Always. Now I have an                    do when I play. I've seen
them up and cradle them both in his mas-      obligation to my family, and to myself, and     every play from every offense they can
sive arms. They know daddy's face. It's the   that's play the way I expect                    throw at me. But I was never
same face and eyes that                       to play."                                       through a situation like that before. I
have followed them since birth. The dan-      Entering last season, Dawkins "the father"      found I'm a little stronger than I
ger signs are over now, a trying ordeal       took precedence. Football, for a rare           thought. I always knew my wife was
Dawkins and his wife, Connie, will            moment, wasn't even on his mind;                strong, but she turned out to be
never forget.                                 being the foundation in a family crisis was.    much stronger than I thought. We both
Fatherhood took an unexpected turn for        In June, Dawkins was named a 2008               learned a lot about each other and it really
Dawkins, the Philadelphia                     Father of the Year honoree by the               tested our faith. We both found out we
Eagles' six-time, All-Pro safety April 26,    Father's Day Council.                           could handle
2007, when Chonni                             "Being a father, it does make you think dif-    stressful situations better than we
(pronounced chee-Ah-nee) and Cionni           ferently," said Dawkins, who is about to        thought."
(pronounced see-Ah-nee)                       enter his 13th NFL season. "We                  There was a drawback on the field last sea-
were born two months premature. It test-      all understand, when babies are born, they      son with Dawkins. He
ed Dawkins' character,                        need everything. They can't do anything         wasn't as prepared as he likes to be enter-
patience, faith and belief in himself.        for themselves. As a parent, I                  ing a season. His goal was
He passed, with a new perspective and         read a lot of self-help books as to what to     to play himself into condition during train-
outlook on life and football.                 expect, but you find yourself learning          ing camp. It didn't exactly
But there was a cost. The time and com-       some things on the job. You have                work out that way. Dawkins strained an
mitment the stalwart Dawkins                  to be open to change; you can't be selfish,     Achilles' tendon the first day
usually gave to football waned.               because they need you. Babies take prece-       during a conditioning run and missed the
Consequently, the maniacal "B-Dawk"           dence over everything. But,                     first three weeks of camp. In
Eagles fans and the NFL were so accus-        you can say I got hit with a double-wham-       the Eagles' second game of the season,
tomed to seeing didn't appear until late      my."                                            against Washington, he
2007. That's why                              It was more like steamrolled. The father of     suffered a stinger in his neck.
Dawkins is entering this training camp, he    Brian Jr., 11, and Brionni, 8, Dawkins was      "Here's a guy who put anything and every-
says, in the best condition                   going to be a parent again,                     thing on the backburner for
he's been in in two years. He started         expecting in June 2007. Connie and Brian        his family and his wife," said Ike Reese, a
preparing in February, because                were going to have twins, meaning every-        nine-year NFL veteran, now
he has a goal in mind to be the same bat-     thing had to be done twice.                     retired, and Dawkins' close friend.
                                              Feeding. Changing. Bathing.                     "Football became secondary when
By Joseph Santoliquito
Special to NFL.com
7/25/08
Page 2 of 2
it came to what Brian went through. Brian
thought he was able to
recover late last year, because he has the
mental and physical
fortitude to do that. But nothing else mat-
tered to him but his wife and
his children. His heart and mind was into
his family, and he wasn't at
that time able to dedicate himself to foot-
ball like he expects.
"We'll see Brian Dawkins again this sea-
son, the Brian Dawkins we all
know. He'll be back this year. Brian has
something to prove, to show
people that the maniac is still out there."
Dawkins missed five games last year and
even had a few people
wondering if he had lost a step. For only
the second time in his career,
he failed to record a sack during the sea-
son. He's in the final year of
his contract with the Eagles, but says he
feels he has something more
to play for than a new contract, something
new that motivates him.
"My family in general motivates me,"
Dawkins said. "I want my son to be proud
and explain to his friends why his
daddy still acts so crazy on a football field.
I'm very conscious of the fact that my kids
know daddy off the field, but
my two older ones know him on the field.
Now I want my little girls to know daddy
on the football field, as a football
player. That means I plan on playing a lit-
tle while longer."
                                                                                            DeSean Jackson Feature
         JACKSON SET TO CASH IN ON CHANCE
REUBEN FRANK                                 longest gainer going 19                     year.
Burlington County Times                      yards.                                      That's 16 years of knowledge at
                                             Although McNabb warned earlier this         Jackson's disposal, and he's not shy
8/22/08                                      week that Jackson's preseason per-          about asking questions.
Page 1 of 1                                  formance is not necessarily                 “The experience is there with Greg
                                             a sign that he's going to be a huge con-    and Hank and Jason, so I just lean on
Some have to wait a year to get their        tributor during the regular season, the     them and they help me
chance. Some must wait even longer.          fact that he's an                           out a lot and I can just go out there
A few never even get                         interim starter tells you what the          and make plays,” he said.
the opportunity. For DeSean Jackson,         Eagles really think.                        Jackson has played a lot in the first
the chance to start an NFL game took         “He's showing he can play,” General         two preseason games, but tonight will
just a few weeks.                            Manager Tom Heckert said in a video         be different because
Injuries to starting receivers Kevin         interview on the team's                     he'll start and get to play a lot against
Curtis and Reggie Brown combined             official web site. “He's a very confident   the Patriots' starting defensive backs.
with Jackson's outstanding                   kid. He's a natural football player, he's   “That's the biggest thing, going out
training camp and strong performance         smart, he's picked                          there and playing against teams' first
in the first two preseason games have        up the offense well, and he's made          teams,” he said. “Just
made Jackson a                               plays. If he can continue to do that,       being ready to be out there, because
starter in the Eagles' preseason game        yeah, he can be a player                    it's my first game start in the NFL and
tonight against the Patriots in              for us.                                     hopefully (I) go out
Foxboro, Mass.                               “Obviously he's never played a 16-          there and make a good impression.
Jackson, who leads all NFL players           game season that he'll play for us this     “I'm kind of one of those guys who
this preseason with 12 receptions, will      year and he's not the                       goes into things with an open mind
play a lot against the                       biggest guy in the world, so he's got to    and whatever happens
defending AFC champs as the Eagles           be durable. The jury's still out, but       happens. I know what I'm capable of
take a long look at the possible             right now he's shown                        doing and all the hard work I've put
replacements for Curtis, who                 every sign of being a player for us.”       in. The time's come, and
could miss half the season after sports      Rookie receivers rarely become impact       I just can't wait till Friday.”
hernia surgery.                              players with the Eagles. But Jackson
“I'm just excited to get out there and       has mastered the
start with the 1's,” Jackson said. “It's a   offense in a hurry.
tremendous                                   “He is one of the faster ones that I
opportunity for me. I feel like I've         have coached,” offensive coordinator
been doing a good job getting in the         Marty Mornhinweg said. “There are a
playbook, getting with                       couple of things that he has that
Donovan (McNabb).                            allows him to be a really fast learner.
“Being a starter is a lot different than     First of all, he's
being a backup receiver. I just have to      a natural player. His movements are
go out there and put                         just natural. He does a lot of things
in the work. It's a little different         that we teach that he just
because you're taking more reps and          does naturally.
you have to go out there and                 “Secondly, he's really sharp, football-
go hard the whole time.                      wise. Really, for him it takes him once
“When I was with the 2's, I was              or twice, maybe three
behind Reggie and I'd usually go in          reps, and he's got it. He can take it
when the 2's go in there, but                from the classroom to the field very
now I'm in there with the 1's and the        quickly as well. Those are
tempo's a lot higher and I have to           all good things.”
learn a lot faster.”                         Jackson said it helps him to be around
Jackson has been impressive with his         guys like Greg Lewis, now in his sixth
ability to get off the line of scrimmage     year in this offense;
and find open space.                         Brown, in his fourth year; and Hank
He's turned those 12 receptions in 122       Baskett and Jason Avant, in his third
yards on mainly short catches, his
                                                                                  Akeem Jordan Feature
            EAGLES’ JORDAN ONE PLAY AWAY
REUBEN FRANK                           and he could be No. 3 at any time.      sweating out final cuts.
Burlington County Times                You never know, with one                Now, he won't have to do quite as
8/28/08                                injury. I have a lot of confidence in   much sweating.
Page 1 of 1                            him.”                                   “He's just a really good player,
                                       After moving into the linebacker        really athletic, really smart,”
                                       rotation following Takeo Spikes'        Bradley said. “He knows what he's
Akeem Jordan started out last year
                                       season-ending injury, Jordan had        doing out there. He covers well, he
as a practice squad linebacker, a
                                       20 tackles the last two weeks in        moves well, he's got good natural
total unknown, an undrafted
                                       wins over the Saints and Bills, 14      instincts. Every team needs
free agent out of Division 1-AA
                                       in his first NFL start against the      good competition, and he pushes
James Madison.
                                       Bills.                                  us to work harder. You know you
A year after biding his time on the
                                       Jordan smiles a bit when he hears       have to stay on top of your
fringes of the roster, he's still
                                       the praise from Johnson, but ulti-      game because he could easily be
unknown, but Jordan has quietly
                                       mately he knows it doesn't              out here starting if one of us lets
become an important part of this
                                       mean anything if he doesn't con-        up.”
2008 Eagles football team.
                                       tinue playing at a high level.
Jordan played well enough after
                                       “That's good to hear, but I feel like
his promotion to the 53-man ros-
                                       I can still get a lot better,” said
ter in late October and again this
                                       Jordan, who just turned 23 last
preseason to become a favorite of
                                       week. “I don't think I'm where I
both defensive coordinator Jim
                                       want. I'm getting better, but I'm
Johnson and special teams coach
                                       somebody who is always going to
Rory Segrest. Jordan is now the
                                       be saying I need to improve. I
Eagles' fourth linebacker and a key
                                       don't think I'll ever feel like I'm
special teamer and appears to
                                       satisfied or there's nothing I can't
have a roster spot locked up with
                                       get better at. When you come in
final cuts two days away.
                                       like I did (as an undrafted free
The way the defense stands now, if
                                       agent), you're always going to stay
any linebacker got hurt, Jordan
                                       hungry.”
would be the next guy in. If
                                       Jordan finished with a remarkable
something happened to weak-side
                                       209 special teams production
linebacker Omar Gaither, Jordan
                                       points despite playing only nine
would replace him. If middle
                                       games. Projected over a full year,
linebacker Stewart Bradley got
                                       he would have had 371 points. For
hurt, Jordan would move in at
                                       the sake of comparison, Hank
weak-side and Gaither would move
                                       Baskett was the team leader with
to the middle, where he played last
                                       277.
year. And if strong-side linebacker
                                       “Once he actually took over that
Chris Gocong couldn't play,
                                       role of starting on special teams,
Bradley would move to the strong
                                       he ended up being one of our
side, Gaither to the middle and
                                       top production point leaders,” spe-
Jordan to weak-side.
                                       cial teams coach Rory Segrest said.
“He can play, he can start, he
                                       “He's just a guy who knows
could start at WILL for us, and we
                                       how to play football. He ends up in
have a lot of confidence in him,”
                                       the right spot, he takes coaching
Johnson said. “He's a good line-
                                       well, he always has a high
backer, he could start in nickel. We
                                       motor and does things the way you
have three starting linebackers,
                                       ask him to do it.”
but he's right in there as No. 4 —
                                       A year ago this week, Jordan was
                                                                                              Dan Klecko Feature
                          KLECKOS ARE FULL OF
                         PHILLY AND DELCO PRIDE
By Bob Grotz                               my laurels as far as walking around        the Northeast Corridor after Dan
Delco Times                                like a big shot or whatever you wa         caught a TD pass from Peyton Mannin
                                           has a point of humility where it’s         help the Colts eliminate the Patriots
3/18/08                                    almost backwards. Dan’s a great guy        on the way to the world title two years
Page 1 of 1                                for the locker room. He’s a great role     ago.
                                           m                                          “It was big because they cut me in
PHILADELPHIA — On those rare               the kid. And all of those things Dan       training camp,” Dan Klecko said. “I
occasions Joe Klecko wasn’t playin         and I used to talk about years ago,        loved New England. It was a great
took on enough lead blockers in a          now he has them.                           time
dozen NFL seasons to understand            “Let’s put it this way: There are kids     they did cut me. And when I spiked
With that world of wisdom and a help-      that pay attention and kids that don’t     the ball there was a lot of emotion
ing of quiet admiration, the Ches          pay attention. And Danny pays atten        coming out, there really was.”
Monday in Dan Klecko, his youngest         fullback.”                                 Joe Klecko, the first NFL defensive
son and the people’s choice — a            Frustrated that a regular defensive        player to make the Pro Bowl at three
at Crozer-Chester Medical Center — to      role eluded him over his first five NFL    different positions, was slightly awed
make the leap from part-time               seasons, Dan Klecko thought about          hear the aggregate record of the teams
“Dan has got great footwork for it and     the 2007 season.                           his son player for in his professional
his body type is perfect for it,” J        “The Raiders called a couple of times      career is a stunning 74-19 (.796)
fullback today in the passing game has     but nothing really worked out with it,”    including the playoffs. In four years of
to have some type of hands, a              Klecko said. “But when the Eagles          college the Owls were 14-31 (.311).
good athlete. Danny can play any           called this year, I said, ‘If they think   More than anything, there’s some-
sport. Danny is the kind of kid you’r      this is something we can do, let’s get     thing about Dan playing for the Birds
court. And he’s a hard worker. I know      this done.’”                               that almost makes his dad a little senti
the one thing the Eagles will ge           Dan Klecko got a two-year contract         “I wanted the Eagles to take me all my
work for them.”                            from the Eagles, a ton of congratulato-    life,” said Joe, who played 11 years
The Eagles expect Dan Klecko, a veter-     ry messages from well wishers jamm         with the Jets, who drafted him. “Th
an of 47 NFL games as a defe               his voicemail, and above all an            didn’t take me. I love it that Danny is
fullback, to compete with Jason Davis      “attaboy” from his dad for taking the      getting to enjoy maybe what I didn’t
for the job that formerly belong           risk.                                      get to enjoy with the home crowd an
his hometown Minnesota Vikings.            “He has been one of the main advo-         through him, I’m not living it vicari-
It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for     cates of it,” Dan Klecko said. “He said,   ously. I’m happy for Dan to get that
the 27-year-old, who has family, fri       ‘Don’t give up on this. Maybe this is      experience.”
Chester and Kennett Square in the          way we can go with your career.’ And
Keystone State, and a bevy more            it turns out this year it really worked
with the firm that put stairs in           out, you know?”
Citizens Bank Park.                        Like his dad, Dan attended Temple
“I just feel this is something that can    University. At 5-11, 285, Dan became
be good for my career,” Klecko s           Big East defensive player of the yea
for such a great team like the Eagles.     a senior. Bill Belichick and the
I’m really excited to do that, and         Patriots took him off the board in the
The opportunity is a product of years      fourth round of the 2003 draft. By his
of work and being around the ga            coun
season, Dan was closing in on his first    Klecko played almost every position in
birthday. In later years Dan hu            the defensive front seven at rookie
his pop a member of the hallowed           camp, as well as fullback. In the ag
New York Sack Exchange with Mark           the salary cap, versatility saves pre-
Gastineau and company.                     cious roster spots.
“The fruit didn’t fall far from the tree   Joe isn’t surprised his son has three
with Danny,” Joe Klecko said. “I           Super Bowl championship rings, two
worked very hard. And I was always         with the Patriots and one with the C
worr                                       The Kleckos were high-fiving all over
hard no matter what. I never rested on
                                                                                               Dan Klecko Feature
      KLECKO'S PASS RUSH ABILITY NO JOKE
By GEOFF MOSHER                            "He looks pretty good to me right          Super Bowls there. Then he signed
The News Journal                           now. He had a good game the other          with Indianapolis, where he played
                                           night [against New England]                mostly tackle and won another
5/27/08                                    and he's had a great camp."                Super Bowl ring.
Page 1 of 1                                Jobs are still up for grabs with less      The irony is that Klecko agreed to
                                           than a week before the season opener,      make the fullback conversion for head
PHILADELPHIA -- Brodrick Bunkley           but Klecko has wrapped up the role he      coach Andy Reid to achieve
glanced over his left shoulder, stopped    didn't initially sign up for.              longevity. He wasn't exactly a smash
talking mid-sentence and                   "I've been saying all along, try not to    hit on the free-agent market and
started to crack up.                       look at the numbers," Klecko said this     believed his transition to
Bunkley, the Eagles' starting right        week. "I know it's a cliché,               fullback would help him stick around.
tackle, had been gushing about Dan         and it's old, but just don't play the      But once he moved back to defensive
Klecko, the Eagles' pint-sized,            numbers game."                             tackle, Klecko's inherent affinity for
pot-bellied reserve defensive tackle.      Johnson said he'd never coached any-       the job kicked in.
About Klecko's natural pass-rushing        one with Klecko's speed and slight         "It's what I've been doing my whole
acumen. About his lightning-quick          frame. Klecko's specialty is               life, so it was easy to get back to that
first step. About his gregarious           motoring past offensive linemen to         whole rhythm," he said.
personality that keeps the defensive       collapse the pocket, especially on nick-   "I do love to play d-tackle, I really do.
linemen loose.                             el downs, when he's most                   I think it's a lot of fun, a little bit more
Bunkley then looked about six locker       likely to be used.                         fun than fullback, and I
spaces to his left, where the 5-foot-9,    Some of his talent is pedigree; his        wouldn't have said that before. It's
265-pound former Temple                    father, four-time Pro Bowler Joe           kind of just like a bunch of crazy rogue
star sat, mingling with teammates.         Klecko, co-anchored the Jets               sharks playing on the
He lost it.                                defensive line in the late 1970s and       defensive line. That's what I love
"You look at him ..." Bunkley said,        early '80s known as the "New York          about it."
then started to chuckle. After that,       Sack Exchange."
Bunkley couldn't get the words             Most of it, though, is hustle.
out. He just kept laughing.                "Man, Kleck is quick and slippery,"
What's serious is that Klecko has          Bunkley said. "He just knows how to
found a home on the defensive line         work the edges. In order to
after a brief audition at fullback         be a great pass rusher, you have to
that failed before it started.             know how to work the edges. He's a
When he moved back to defensive            specialist at that."
tackle in the spring, Klecko was one of    Some of that trademark deceptive
four reserves competing                    speed went on display in the second
for the last spot in defensive coordina-   half of Friday night's 27-17
tor Jim Johnson's four-man rotation.       win against New England, one of two
LaJuan Ramsey and Jeremy Clark             teams Klecko played for before com-
were soon released.                        ing to Philadelphia.
Veteran tackle Kimo von Oelhoffen          Klecko registered two tackles for a
signed, but didn't make it through         loss.
Lehigh.                                    "He's a natural defensive lineman,"
Montae Reagor, Klecko's last remain-       defensive end Jerome McDougle said.
ing competition, worked out an injury      "You can tell that his dad
settlement after recently                  showed him a couple of things.
undergoing knee surgery.                   "Another thing, he's got a heck of a
Asked this week who the team's No. 4       motor. He'll run all day. He's just like
tackle was now, Johnson almost             the Energizer [bunny]. He's
seemed surprised by the                    going to give you everything he has,
question.                                  every time."
"That fourth defensive tackle is a guy     With New England, Klecko played
by the name of Klecko," Johnson said.      linebacker, defensive tackle and occa-
(Actually, Johnson said,                   sionally fullback. He won two
"Glecko.")
                                                                                            Dan Klecko Feature
            KLECKO: JUST CALL HIM AN EAGLE
By John Smallwood                         England Patriots and Indianapolis          Klecko was just getting a handle on
Philadelphia Daily News                   Colts. "They said I was too small to be    the Eagles' complicated offense when
                                          a nose                                     suddenly he was told his shot to make
8/26/08                                   tackle up in New England.                  the team would come in mastering its
Page 1 of 1                               "I just put it out of my mind and go       complicated defense.
                                          play."                                     There was also the little thing of an
IT COULD HAVE been worse.                 Football is a game of cliches, and         already undersized defensive tackle
Eagles defensive coordinator Jim          Klecko is a great example of this one:     losing
Johnson could have confused Dan           It's not                                   more weight to play fullback.
Klecko with a                             the size of the dog in the fight but the   "To tell truth, I'd only lost about 10
certain lizard that makes a living        size of the fight in the dog.              pounds to go down to fullback,"
pitching car insurance.                   What he lacks in size, Klecko, the son     Klecko said.
As it was, Johnson just got the first     of All-Pro defensive lineman Joe           "Putting the weight back on wasn't the
letter in Klecko's last name wrong,       Klecko,                                    problem. It was eating all that chicken
referring to                              more than makes up for in speed,           and
him as "Glecko."                          tenacity and work ethic.                   salad to get it off in the first place.
But it wasn't what Johnson called         "No, I haven't," Johnson said when         "[Switching back to tackle] was easy.
Klecko, but rather what he said about     asked if he has seen a lot of guys who     You just go back to what you know.
him that                                  have                                       The only
grabbed attention yesterday at Eagles     been able to do what Klecko does at        thing was you had to get back in that
practice.                                 his size. "He has such quickness.          pass-rushing and run-stuffing mind-
"The fourth defensive tackle is a guy     "He has good football sense and he         set. It
by the name of [Klecko]," Johnson         loves to play. He's a high-motor guy.      wasn't a big deal."
said. "He                                 I'm not                                    Klecko's experience playing up, down
looks good to me right now. He had a      going to say he hasn't surprised me        and all around the defensive line in
good game the other night and he's        some. I'm not quite as surprised after     New
had a                                     being                                      England helped him figure out
great camp."                              around him a bit."                         Johnson's scheme.
There have been a number of interest-     With veteran defensive tackle Montae       "I had to learn the whole front seven
ing twists in the battles for roster      Reagor having his nameplate removed        in New England," Klecko said. "It was
spots.                                    from                                       just as
None has been as surprising Klecko,       his stall, it would seem that Klecko       complicated up there. Don't get me
who was signed as free agent to play      and rookie Trevor Laws will be the         wrong because I'm still learning, but I
fullback                                  backups                                    think
and then suddenly got thrown back         behind starters Broderick Bunkley and      it's going OK."
into the mix at defensive tackle and      Mike Patterson.                            And as for that "Glecko" thing, "Jim
now is on                                 Klecko hasn't allowed himself one          can call me anything he wants because
the verge of making the team.             moment to think about that or digest       he's
Hardly anyone expected Klecko, at 5-      the                                        the boss. I'm not going to call him out
11, 275, to have a legitimate shot at     positive statements Johnson made           on it."
making                                    about him.
the Eagles. But then hardly anyone        "Honestly, if you guys had not just
thought that Klecko, a native of          told me, I'd have no idea what was
Marlboro, N.J.,                           said,"
who played at Temple, would be in his     Klecko said. "I don't think about that.
sixth NFL season with three Super         "I've got to get through this week and
Bowl                                      then hopefully when the roster for St.
rings already tucked in his back pock-    Louis
et.                                       [the season opener] comes, you're
"I've been hearing that [he's a long      name is still there. I'm just going to
shot] since I've been in the NFL," said   keep doing
Klecko,                                   what I did to get here - keep pushing."
who has played defensive tackle, full-    It really is a remarkable story.
back and linebacker with the New
                                                                                               Dan Klecko Feature
                  KLECKO EAGER TO MAKE TEAM
JEFF OFFORD                                “When they asked me to play fullback        one of our four tackles. To say I'm sur-
Burlington County Times                    I was excited about that. But when          prised, not after getting to know him
                                           they came to me and                         I'm not quite as
8/27/08                                    said they were moving me to defensive       surprised after being around him a bit.
Page 1 of 1                                tackle, I was excited about that, too. It   He's a tough guy. He's a good com-
                                           was an easy                                 petitor and he loves to
Of all the things Dan Klecko has           transition for me.”                         play.”
crammed in his small locker room           Klecko was drafted in the fourth            And he always plays for a winner.
space at the Eagles NovaCare               round by the Patriots in 2003 as a          Klecko has been on three Super Bowl
Complex — socks, shoes, shirts, pads,      defensive tackle but over the               winning teams during his career. That
towels — it's the tiny black-and-white     years he's worn plenty of different         fact alone helps
photo taped to one of                      hats but defensive tackle is where he's     Klecko's cause.
the green metal bars that he values the    most comfortable.                           “I've been on some of the best teams
most. It's the ultrasound image of his     He's played well with the Eagles since      ever and now I think I'm with another
soon to be born son.                       moving back to tackle. He's not going       one,” Klecko said.
“Yep, that's him,” said Klecko, his face   to beat out either Mike                     “Hopefully I'll catch on.”
lighting up as he pointed to the image     Patterson or Brodrick Bunkley as a          Klecko has one more chance to
yesterday. “Can't                          starter. But only Patterson, Bunkley        impress the Eagles coaching staff
wait.”                                     and rookie Trevor Laws are                  tomorrow when the Birds take on
Klecko definitely has a lot to be thank-   ahead of him on the depth chart.            the Jets at the Linc.
ful for these days. Not only is he about   “All I had to do was get back in the        Even though his roster spot seems
a month away from                          rhythm,” Klecko said. “I just go in         secure, he's leaving nothing to chance.
being a father for the first time, he's    when I'm supposed to go in                  “In the NFL it's what have you done
also less than a week away from            and play when I'm told to play. And         for me lately,” he said. “You always
becoming a full-fledged                    listen to coach Reid and Jim.”              have to go out there and
member of the Eagles.                      At New England, Klecko played any-          you always have to perform.”
Klecko has played defensive tackle,        where from nose tackle to linebacker.
linebacker and fullback during his         The Pats and later the
career. Last March, the                    Colts, who signed him in 2006, have
Temple University graduate signed          used him at fullback, and in 2006 he
with the Eagles with the intention of      caught a touchdown pass in the AFC
fighting to be the team's                  Championship game for the Colts
top fullback but with other fullbacks      against the Pats.
on the roster Eagles head coach Andy       Klecko, who missed the 2004 season
Reid switched Klecko to                    with a knee injury, has made 40 tack-
defensive tackle during June's volun-      les in his career with
tary mincamp. Now it looks like he's a     three sacks. He also scored five touch-
lock to land one of the                    downs.
team's backup positions.                   The son of former New York Jets'
Although nothing is set in stone and       great Joe Klecko, Dan has proven to
the Eagles still have to make final cuts   have, what coaches like to
this weekend,                              say, a big motor. Unfortunately for
defensive coordinator Jim Johnson          him, it's his body size that's been an
said the other day that he views           issue.
Klecko right now as the team's             Klecko is listed as 5-foot-11, 275
fourth tackle.                             pounds by the Eagles but he may be
That suits Klecko just fine.               even smaller than that.
“I just came in this summer with no        “I'm not going to say he didn't sur-
expectations,” Klecko said. “All I         prise me some,” Johnson said. “He's
wanted to do was get better                surprised a lot of people.
and play my game and learn from Jim        “We've seen before he has played
and Pete (Jenkins, the Eagles defen-       some linebacker, some tackle, some
sive line coach). I think                  fullback. Right now, he's
I've done that.
                                                                                              Kevin Kolb Feature
EAGLES FEEL GOOD WITH KOLB AS BACKUP
By Tim Panaccio                            sidelines. I have to make sure I get       their footage on cut moves. That's
Philadelphia Inquirer                      plenty of                                  what
                                           reps in practice and keep my part."        happened to Hank Baskett as he made
8/28/08                                    Jets running back Jesse Chatman (93        a tough curl-in move deep in Jets ter-
Page 1 of 1                                yards rushing, 87 yards receiving)         ritory
                                           spent a                                    on the Birds' second possession.
If you toss out the loss to Pittsburgh,    lot of the night eluding Eagles defend-    Nonetheless, he caught a 25-yard pass
the Eagles' reserves made a decent         ers. His 2-yard scoring run in the final   from
accounting of themselves in the pre-       quarter was the difference, with help      Kolb, setting up a first down at the
season.                                    from Quintin Demps' muffed punt            Jets' 3. Lorenzo Booker ran it in for a
They also got all the playing time last    turnover that set up Chatman's touch-      10-0
night in a 27-20 loss to the New York      down.                                      lead.
Jets at                                    "I wasn't in good position to make a       Kolb has looked sharp throughout
Lincoln Financial Field as the Eagles      catch," Demps said. "I've got to learn     camp working with all the receivers.
ended the preseason at 2-2.                from                                       He threw
Like Jets quarterback Brett Favre, the     that and move on."                         for 77 yards (7 of 10) in the opening
Eagles' starters did not play.             Feeley's 3-yard touchdown toss made        quarter alone while Brent Celek had
Quarterback Kevin Kolb worked just         it 20-20 in the final quarter. His best    three
the first half for the Eagles, complet-    throw                                      receptions for 29 yards.
ing 13 of                                  of the night was a 54-yard pass to         "Experience - that's the biggest thing
21 attempts for 138 yards. A.J. Feeley     Michael Gasperson on that drive.           there," Mornhinweg said about Kolb.
played the second half.                    Kolb took the Eagles 40 yards in eight     "He's
Coach Andy Reid said Kolb is "playing      plays before David Akers made it 3-0       been through a full year, and going
good football. I would even take it to     with a                                     into your second year, most players
the                                        40-yard field goal on the Birds' first     are a little
first couple of weeks in camp where he     drive. Kolb made a nice throw deep to      bit more comfortable with the system.
struggled with a couple of things,         Gasperson, who caught the ball out of      . . . He can anticipate the upcoming
worked                                     bounds in the end zone - one foot in.      events
through that, and came out in a posi-      The 23-year-old Kolb is feeling more       a little bit better."
tive way."                                 comfortable in his second season.          Defensively, Jerome McDougle, who
Reid said he feels good with the sec-      "The group we have out there right         has been impressive and seems to
ond-year pro as Donovan McNabb's           now I really like," Kolb said. "I don't    have made
backup.                                    know if                                    this squad, picked up a half-sack in
"We have a good situation there," he       it's the twos or what it is, but it        the first half with Bryan Smith. They,
said. "Kevin is ready to play. And A.J.    seemed like everyone we had in there       along
has                                        had great                                  with linebacker Joe Mays, had a
already proven he can play. That's a       continuity. Everyone works hard, and       strong game, Reid said.
real positive thing right now. I have no   that's all you can ask of those guys."     The Birds' reserves had a solid red-
problem putting Kevin in a game right      Offensive coordinator Marty                zone stand on the 4-yard line, holding
now. He'll do a good job."                 Mornhinweg said Kolb had been              the Jets
Although it was a preseason game,          "impressive in most                        to a 22-yard field goal to start the sec-
Kolb said it was special.                  situations" in the preseason.              ond quarter.
"It was huge; it was my first start," he   "There are a couple of things there
said. "Although it's just the preseason,   that we are working on, and I think
and                                        we've got
the starters weren't there with me, it's   that nailed down," Mornhinweg said.
still big for me. It breaks me in slowly   "I think he has a chance to be a pretty
to                                         good
hopefully what I am going to be one        quarterback, so we'll see how he keeps
day.                                       progressing."
"The biggest thing now is to not           The sod wasn't very sturdy last night.
regress. I've gotten progressively bet-    Chunks of dirt were kicked up, with
ter; I just                                receivers and running backs losing
can't regress when I'm sitting on the
                                                                                                        Joe Mays Feature
          MAYS LIKELY TO TACKLE FIRST GOAL
REUBEN FRANK                              That means a base salary of $370,000           Friday, the Eagles released Togafau,
Burlington County Times                   this year, or weekly checks of about           who played in seven games last year,
                                          $21,765 starting on Wednesday.                 an encouraging sign for Mays.
8/30/08
Page 1 of 1                               “I think I've done what I can,” Mays           Mays' progress has been a bit surpris-
                                          said. “I feel like I've done what they         ing, considering he played at a mid-
PHILADELPHIA — At one point               told me to do. Go out there and play           major off the beaten path, he was the
Thursday night, Lincoln Financial         football and make plays. I've done             200th pick in the draft, and he had to
Field announcer Dan Baker just kept       what I've been asked. Now it's just            learn a new system.
repeating himself.                        wait and see if I made the team.”
                                                                                         Not to Mays.
“Eagles tackle, No. 51, Joe Mays.”        He'll know soon.
                                                                                         “I wasn't surprised at all,” he said.
“Eagles tackle, No. 51, Joe Mays.”        “It's going to be stressful,” he said. “I'll   “You get so many reps in practice. The
                                          just sit around and wait and see what          more reps I got, the more comfortable
“Eagles tackle, No. 51, Joe Mays.”        happens.”                                      I got. I knew pass coverage was some-
                                                                                         thing I needed to work on, and I
And so on.                                Mays, who unseated Pago Togafau as             worked my butt off, but I feel like I
                                          the backup middle linebacker early in          can still get better at it.
The Eagles rookie linebacker was offi-    camp, led the Eagles in tackles in
cially credited with 12 tackles against   three out of four preseason games,             “After the second preseason game,
the New York Jets, but everybody          including 12 on Thursday night in the          everything started to click. That's
agreed he actually recorded far more.     preseason game against the Jets.               when it all kind of came together for
                                                                                         me.”
“I think he had 50 tackles or some-       He's everything you look for in a
thing,” starting linebacker Omar          young middle linebacker — around the           Mays also impressed coaches with his
Gaither said.                             ball, physical, stout against the run,         outstanding play on special teams.
                                          tireless. Learning pass coverage,              Considering the way he plays line-
Seemed that way.                          something he didn't do at North                backer, he should be a big-time special
                                          Dakota State, has been a challenge,            teamer.
“Joe was out there making plays           but his overall progress has been
tonight,” Gaither said. “You know,        remarkable.                                    “I knew special teams would be very
once he gets his hands on you, you                                                       important, that's what makes or
know you're going down. He had a          “He's taken what he did in college and         breaks guys like me,” he said. “If any-
great game.”                              transferred it over to this camp,” head        thing, I tried to put more emphasis on
                                          coach Andy Reid said. “You really saw          special teams than defense.”
Good enough to make the team?             him show up in college. The area that
                                          needs to improve is in the pass game,
Looks like it.                            and he's been working very hard on
                                          that. We knew that would be a chal-
Mays, a rookie sixth-round pick out of    lenge for him, but he's getting better.”
North Dakota State, began the offsea-
son as a long shot. He was the 26th       The Eagles will keep five or six line-
linebacker taken in this year's draft     backers, and it appears the guy is
and had a tough assignment ahead of       Rocky Boiman. Considered locks for
him, trying to elbow his way into a       the 53-man roster are the starters plus
deep Eagles linebacker picture.           second-year backup Akeem Jordan.
                                          Rookie Andy Studebaker and undraft-
All he's done the last six weeks is hit   ed rookie Justin Roland are still on
everybody near him. With final cuts       the team.
due today, it looks like Mays has
impressed his coaches enough to           Rosters must be trimmed to the regu-
make the team.                            lar-season limit of 53 by 6 p.m. today.
                                                                                                            Joe Mays Feature
                     ROOKIE JOE MAYS MAKES THE
                          EAGLES' ROSTER
By PAUL DOMOWITCH                             tackles.                                       quickly Mays has gotten his arms around
                                                                                             Johnson's complex defense. Another rook-
Philadelphia Daily News                       "I knew [special teams] were going to be       ie, wide receiver DeSean Jackson, has
8/30/08                                       very important [for me]. That's what           done the same with Reid's offense. But
Page 1 of 1                                   makes and breaks players. If you can play      Jackson had the advantage of playing in a
                                              special teams or not. More than anything,      pro-style offense at a BCS conference
JOE MAYS had the makings of a future          I was trying to put more of an emphasis on     school [California]. The learning curve is
practice-squadder when the Eagles opened      special teams than defense. But as it          slightly higher when you're arriving from a
training camp at Lehigh 6 weeks ago.          turned out, it seemed like I put more          I-AA school. Or at least it's supposed to be.
Taken late in the April draft (sixth round,   emphasis on defense."
200th overall pick) out of a Division I-AA                                                   "We played a Tampa-2 [scheme] in col-
school (North Dakota State), the 5-10,        NFL player personnel people spend the          lege, which is a little similar to what Jim
245-pound linebacker seemed a longshot        summer bouncing from preseason game to         Johnson has here," Mays said. "I just car-
to make the team's season-opening, 53-        preseason game, evaluating players who         ried over some of the verbiage that we
man roster.                                   might become available when teams              used and just try to connect it with some
But sometimes longshots come in. Even         reduce their rosters. No Eagles player         of the things Jim Johnson does here. It
though he says he will be holding his         intrigued them more than Mays.                 worked out for me a little bit. I'm just glad
breath today when the Eagles announce                                                        I was able to learn that kind of stuff in col-
their final cuts, Mays is in no danger of     "Is there any chance he slips through the      lege. It's helped me out here.
getting a pink slip. He has the team made.    cracks?" one asked before the Patriots
                                              game.                                          "After the second preseason game [against
The rookie capped off an impressive train-                                                   Carolina], everything started to click. I
ing camp and preseason Thursday night         By the time the game was over he knew          started to feel more comfortable out there.
with a 12-tackle performance in the Eagles'   the answer. Unless the Eagles were com-        I was thinking less and just trying to make
27-20 loss to the New York Jets.              plete idiots, Mays wouldn't be slipping        plays."
                                              through the cracks.
"I've done what I can," he said. "I think I                                                  After Thursday's game, Mays was asked
went out and did what they wanted me to       "I thought he did some good things,"           what the next 2 days were going to be like
do. Showed them I can play football and       Eagles coach Andy Reid said after the Jets     for him as he waited for the Eagles to
make plays. I'm just waiting to see if I      game. "He's taken what he did in college       make their cuts.
make the team or not."                        and transformed it to this camp.
                                                                                             "Stressful," he said. "I'm used to moving
Mays is a big hitter who has a knack for      "The area where he needs to improve is in      around. Being at practice or playing the
always being around the ball. Had a team-     the passing game. He's been working very       game. Now, I've got to just sit around and
high eight tackles last week in the team's    hard at that. We knew that would be a          wait and see if I made the team or not."
27-17 preseason win over the New England      challenge for him. But he's getting better
Patriots.                                     at it. It would've been nice to see him tip    He will. But even if he doesn't, Mays said
                                              that ball down in the end zone [a 6-yard       he wouldn't be disappointed because he
Thursday night, his biggest tackle wasn't     touchdown pass from Erik Ainge to David        knows he gave it his best shot.
any of the 12 he made against the Jets'       Ball that went over Mays' head]. He'll
offense but the one he made early in the      learn from that. The next time, he'll be a     "I know I came out and put all my heart
third quarter on special teams when he        foot deeper and jump an inch higher and        into it," he said. "We'll just have to wait
held punt returner Jesse Chatman to a 1-      be in the right position to make that play."   and see what happens. I'm upbeat about
yard gain.                                                                                   things and waiting for the next chapter in
                                              "The next time" . . .                          my life.
Mays, who will back up starting middle
linebacker Stewart Bradley, will mainly       And there will be a next time for the rook-    "I think I have [proven he can play at this
earn his keep this season playing special     ie.                                            level]. No matter what kind of scheme they
teams, although he also may see action in                                                    throw at you, if you can play ball, you can
short-yardage and goal-line situations.       "[Pass coverage] was something I needed        play ball. That's all I was trying to show.
                                              to work on in college," Mays said. "Once I     Even if I messed up, I wanted to mess up
"I think that was the most important tack-    got here, they put a big emphasis on it. I     [going] 100 percent."
le I had all night," Mays said. "They know    just worked my butt off week and week out
what I can do on defense. But I wanted to     and am starting to get better at it."
come out and show them what I can do on
special teams by going out and making         Reid and defensive coordinator Jim
                                              Johnson have been impressed with how
                                                                                    Joe Mays Feature
         EAGLES ROOKIE MAYS IMPRESSING
              WHILE HE'S LEARNING
By John Gonzalez                    North Dakota State, quickly has      Chris Gocong said. Two
Philadelphia Inquirer               earned a reputation                  years ago, Gocong made the
8/19/08                             for making big hits. In the pre-     same leap from Division I-AA
Page 1 of 1                         season opener against                that Mays is
                                    Pittsburgh, Mays led the             attempting. The two played
He isn't sure how it started.       Eagles with five tackles, includ-    against each other when
Sometime during the insuffer-       ing one in which he upended          Gocong was at Cal Poly-San
able training-camp                  Steelers rookie wide                 Luis Obispo. "Not only do you
workouts at Lehigh, rookie mid-     receiver Limas Sweed, dumping        have to know the plays for your-
dle linebacker Joe Mays picked      him on his head. Against             self, but you have to
up a nickname.                      Carolina on Thursday                 tell everyone else what's going
For a first-year player who has-    night, Mays added three tackles      on."
n't yet made the team, that nor-    to his preseason statistics,         For a guy who didn't play foot-
mally would be                      though none was as                   ball until his junior year in high
cause for concern. You would        vicious as the one he unloaded       school, and who
expect it to be something wholly    on Sweed.                            received only one college schol-
unflattering - a                    "He's making plays," said            arship offer, that's no easy task.
verbal extension of the hazing      Gaither, one of the Eagles' start-   Add in that Mays is
rituals that neophytes endure       ing linebackers. "You see            a bit undersize at 5-foot-11 and
each season.                        him in on a lot of plays out         246 pounds, and it's clear why
Omar Gaither started it, Mays       there, so I think his progression    he was considered
said.                               is going well. He                    a long shot to make the team
"Someone picked up on Omar          certainly makes it hard for          heading into camp.
saying it, and it's stuck with me   offenses when you have a guy         Still, Mays thinks he has a good
ever since," the 23-                like that who's strong               chance to stick around if he can
year-old said.                      and who can run and who can          continue to make
Head-buster. That's what some       hit."                                his teammates and the coaching
of his teammates have been          Of course, making plays is only      staff notice him. On that front,
calling him.                        part of what Mays is being           so far, so good.
OK, so it's not exactly catchy,     asked to do to secure a              "Joe has a knack for getting to
and you probably won't see it       job. As a middle linebacker,         the football," coach Andy Reid
printed and sold on Tshirts         Mays - who was listed behind         said. "It's just a
outside Lincoln Financial Field.    starter Stewart Bradley              matter of learning the defense
But as nicknames go, it's nicer     on the depth chart for the           and having a grasp of it at the
than most                           Panthers game - must learn           middle-linebacker
sixth-round draft picks from a      defensive coordinator Jim            position, where you're in charge
Division I-AA school could pos-     Johnson's notoriously compli-        of everything. He just has to
sibly hope for.                     cated playbook. He must know         continue to learn."
Mays, who was an all-American       it well enough to tell
and his conference's defensive      his new teammates what their
player of the year                  on-field assignments are.
during his senior season at         "That's a big thing for the mid-
                                    dle linebacker," linebacker
                                                                                                           Donovan McNabb Feature
                  MCNABB AND REID FIND BALANCE
By GEOFF MOSHER                                    "We started something in '99 that we continued        the doorstep of greatness.
                                                   to stay with," McNabb said. "We know it's a
The News Journal                                   building process. But I think the good thing          Since losing the Super Bowl to New England in
9/7/08                                             that's helped our longevity so far is the fact that   2005, fan backlash has intensified. It's not hard
                                                   we've had success early."                             to find clusters of skeptics who think McNabb's
Page 1 of 1                                                                                              and Reid's time has passed.
                                                   Having coached Brett Favre in Green Bay, Reid
PHILADELPHIA -- There is no magic formula          knew exactly what the Eagles needed when they         Criticism of McNabb, owner of the league's
or exact science to explain their bond.            hired him Jan. 11, 1999, to resurrect a franchise     third-highest winning percentage [.652] among
                                                   reeling from a 3-13 season.                           active quarterbacks, has become a talk-show
It's simple, really.                                                                                     pastime.
                                                   He needed a face, someone who would put the
"I think we enjoy being around each other,"        team on his back, someone who wouldn't waver          Among many critiques, they blame his accuracy,
Eagles coach Andy Reid said about his relation-    under rampant criticism from fans and media,          leadership and ego for the Eagles' title drought.
ship with his franchise cornerstone, quarterback   someone the franchise would rally around.
Donovan McNabb.                                                                                          "Those statements, to give a blunt word, [are]
                                                   With the No. 2 overall pick that April, he rolled     just ridiculous," safety Brian Dawkins, entering
"So it's not a love-hate relationship or a hate-   the dice with McNabb. And today, with nine            his 13th season with the Eagles.
hate relationship. He knows how I operate and      years of ups and down behind them, Reid
what I expect, and he's very self-driven. And it   appreciates the way McNabb has carried the            "To question what Donovan has meant to this
just works."                                       torch.                                                organization ... I remember the time before
                                                                                                         Donovan, and I remember the time with
Hard to believe, but it has worked for nearly a    "Donovan is able to just kind of let things roll      Donovan. There have been two completely dif-
decade.                                            off his back," Reid said. "Every once in a while,     ferent stories with the consistency back there at
                                                   he puts his foot down. But that's OK. That's the      quarterback."
Today's season opener against the Rams at          leadership in him coming out. That's alright.
Lincoln Financial Field marks the 10th for Reid                                                          Last year, the bond between Reid and McNabb
and McNabb in Philadelphia, rarified air by        "I think the city appreciates that. I think the       seemingly loosened when the coach drafted
today's NFL standards.                             organization appreciates that. He's as competi-       quarterback Kevin Kolb in the second round
                                                   tive a guy as you'll find."                           while McNabb was still rehabbing his surgically
"Not too many quarterbacks and coaches can                                                               repaired right knee.
say that they've had winning seasons like we've    McNabb has imagined the alternative. What if
had -- NFC championship appearances, a Super       had been drafted by Cleveland with the No. 1          The move was widely viewed -- and still is -- as
Bowl appearance," McNabb said. "Also, we have      pick, or fell to Cincinnati at No. 3?                 Reid plucking McNabb's successor. At the time,
a lot more years to go, and good things can hap-                                                         McNabb admitted the decision surprised him.
pen."                                              What if his hometown team, the Chicago Bears,
                                                   had traded up to get him?                             Reid insisted McNabb would remain his starter
Few coach-quarterback combinations have sur-                                                             in 2008, but McNabb is more cognizant than
vived long enough to celebrate their 10th          The Bears have auditioned 11 different starting       ever that his future doesn't guarantee another
anniversary.                                       quarterbacks since 1999, and produced just one        10 years here.
                                                   Pro Bowl quarterback [Jim McMahon] in fran-
Don Shula and Dan Marino spent 13 seasons          chise history.                                        In a perfect world, he would like to retire in the
together in Miami. Marv Levy and Jim Kelly                                                               city where his career took root. But equally rare
shared 10 in Buffalo. Len Dawson engineered        McNabb made five straight Pro Bowls from              as 10 seasons with the same coach in the same
coach Hank Stram's offense for 11 years in         2001-2005, and will likely finish his Eagles          city is finishing a career where it began.
Kansas City, while Otto Graham did the same        career with most of the team's passing records.
for Paul Brown in Cleveland from 1946-1955.                                                              "Nobody expected Brett to leave Green Bay. It
                                                   "The story could have been a whole lot different.     can happen to anyone," McNabb said. "If Dan
Arguably the greatest coach-quarterback pairing    It really depends on the type of organization         Marino might not have retired, he might have
in league history, coach Chuck Noll and his        that you go into, the coaches which you're being      been in a new uniform. Same for John Elway.
franchise golden boy, Terry Bradshaw, won four     coached under, and the players around you,"
Super Bowl titles in their 13-year reign in the    McNabb said.                                          "I'd love to end it here, and I want to. You hear
Steel City.                                                                                              about all the players that retire here and all the
                                                   "I was fortunate enough to be drafted by the          gifts they get, but that's no time soon. That's
McNabb and Reid are still waiting to hoist the     Philadelphia Eagles with coach Reid starting up       years from now."
Lombardi Trophy, but they've already broken        and having that experience of coaching a guy
one barrier: They are the league's longest-        like Brett Favre, an organization who went 3-13,
tenured current coach-quarterback pair.            coming off losing seasons, and then looking for
                                                   change.
Bill Belichick and Tom Brady enter season No. 9
together in New England, while Indianapolis'       "I've been fortunate, and not too many players
Peyton Manning and Tony Dungy prepare for          can say that. Not that they're bad players or bad
their seventh.                                     athletes. It's just kind of where you land. It may
                                                   not work out, and you go somewhere else and
Nowadays, it's almost unheard of when a coach      have a lot of success."
and quarterback spend five years together.
                                                   But success has only taken Reid and McNabb to
                                                                                                   Donovan McNabb Feature
                MCNABB PRIMED FOR RETURN TO
                   PLAYOFFS, MVP SEASON
By Adam Schein                                   Forget Donovan's stats last year. Focus on       end LJ Smith is healthy. And Reid smartly
                                                 the stretch run. McNabb finished last year       plucked speedster DeSean Jackson out of
FoxSports.com                                    with three straight wins. He stunned the         California in the second round.
8/16/08                                          Cowboys in Dallas, torched the Saints in a
Page 1 of 1                                      big game for New Orleans, and threw for          There's a theory that Jackson could turn
                                                 345 yards against the Bills in the season        out to be the difference maker for the
Spending time with the Philadelphia              finale.                                          Eagles.
Eagles on their final day training camp,
there is one storyline that is crystal clear.    Eagles coach Andy Reid couldn't say              "Well you hate to put that much pressure
                                                 enough good things about how McNabb              on a youngster," McNabb said. "You don't
Donovan McNabb is healthy both physi-            has handled the last nine months.                want to put that much pressure on one
cally and mentally, primed for a Pro Bowl-                                                        individual, in his rookie year, learning a
caliber year, and will lead the Eagles back      "I think he's really in a great place physi-     little bit about the game we play while also
to the playoffs after an 8-8 campaign a          cally and mentally," Reid said. "He fin-         learning a new offense, trying to learn his
year ago.                                        ished up the season with three really            teammates. It's too much.
                                                 strong games and maintained that type of
You can lock that in.                            play through our mini-camp and OTAs              "I think with Kevin Curtis' second year in
                                                 and the offseason program, and it has car-       the system, Reggie Brown having another
I've never been so sure about anything.          ried into training camp.                         year under his belt of working with me as
                                                                                                  well as the rest of the offense, having LJ
I fully anticipate McNabb being in the mix       "He came into camp in great shape. And           Smith back healthy pays dividends for us
for league MVP.                                  he's the team leader and he's handled that       on the offense side. And also having Brian
                                                 with great responsibility and grace. He's        Westbrook, Lorenzo Booker and Correll
According to all accounts, McNabb is hav-        unique. He has that great sense of humor         Buckhalter at the running back position is
ing the best training camp that he's ever        where he can be the funniest guy on the          huge for us. We have some depth. It's very
had. Nobody has ever doubted the talent          bus. At the same time, when he needs to          important for us. And we want to use that
and the leadership. It was the health hold-      crank it up he can get after you a little bit.   to our advantage. We just have to continue
ing McNabb back one year ago. The star           To have a leader like that, from a head          to stay together, let the chemistry flow,
quarterback had surgery at the end of the        coaching stand point, you cannot get             and put up as many points as we can."
2006 season to repair a torn ACL. It was         enough of that."
obvious in watching him play last season                                                          McNabb is also comfortable in his role as
that he was hurting during games.                The Eagles tried to nab Randy Moss for           mentor to Kevin Kolb. He hears the foot-
McNabb's athleticism was compromised.            McNabb in the offseason. They kicked the         steps. He knows Kolb was Andy Reid's
And it was hurting his mindset. Now              tires on Chad Johnson, Roy Williams and          hand-picked young quarterback. McNabb
McNabb will not get back to his 'salad'          Anquan Boldin. But the receiver depth            knows that Kolb has enjoyed a fantastic
days at Syracuse or early in his Eagle           chart looks at same at the top.                  training camp, impressing everyone. But
career when he could easily make plays                                                            McNabb isn't intimidated. He won't pull a
with his legs. But he be a major threat with     Maybe I am the only one, but I don't think       Brett Favre and not talk to his young
his right arm and now can at least keep          that's a huge deal.                              understudy. In fact, he is embracing Kolb.
teams honest with the threat of the run,
over 12 months removed from surgery.             Brian Westbrook is a go-to guy for               "I cannot say enough good things about 5
                                                 McNabb. It's a main reason the running           (McNabb's number)," Kolb said. "We've
"You know, I was never 100-percent               back was just rightly rewarded with a            become friends. He's taught me so much
healthy last year," McNabb said recently.        mega-bucks contract extension. With              about the quarterback position. I've
"You don't want to get too much into per-        Westbrook's brilliance as a receiver and         learned so much."
centages because then it becomes a big           runner, McNabb doesn't have to worry
issue. But I was never close to 100 percent.     about being the runner he was early in his       Read the buzz words again — healthy and
I felt like last year I was just really trying   career and shouldering the entire load on        comfortable.
to prepare my body for the next week. This       offense. Westbrook has been the team
year, coming into this offseason I worked        MVP and that makes things easier for             When was the last time you said that
with the new trainers and worked a lot on        McNabb.                                          about Donovan McNabb.
strengthening the core, the back, the lower
legs and getting my legs under me. And as        Kevin Curtis thrived in his first year in        Expect a brilliant season from No. 5.
a result, coming into this camp, I truly,        Philadelphia, putting up big numbers with
finally felt 100 percent and ready to roll."     1,110 receiving yards and 77 catches.
                                                 Reggie Brown hauled in 61 passes. After an
                                                 injury-plagued 2007, pass-catching tight
                                                                                           Quintin Mikell Feature
     MIKELL'S BECOMING BIG HIT AT SAFETY
Bob Grotz                                  some highway to the starting lineup.         The Dallas Cowboys invested in Ken
Delco Times                                Boise State hardly was a football facto-     Hamlin, who made the Pro Bowl with
                                           ry in 2003, and                              five interceptions, but aren't as com-
8/17/08                                    when Mikell joined the Eagles, the           fortable with
Page 1 of 1                                rookie sensation was Clinton Hart,           Roy Williams, an underachieving No.
                                           who didn't play college football but         1 pick.
PHILADELPHIA - For the first time in       wound up starting                            The New York Giants lost Will Demps
13 years there's a chance Brian            nine games.                                  (Houston Texans) to free agency and
Dawkins won't make the biggest             Mikell played special teams almost           drafted Kenny Phillips in the first
impact at safety for                       exclusively in his first four seasons        round to play
the Eagles.                                with the Birds. It buried him on the         next to veteran Sammy Knight (four
With each practice, each game and          defensive depth                              interceptions).
each film review, Quintin Mikell more      chart, as the Eagles counted on              The Washington Redskins have LaRon
and more has the aura of heir appar-       Dawkins and some combination of              Landry, but are still trying to get past
ent to Dawkins,                            Michael Lewis, who made the Pro              the death of Sean Taylor last season.
the veteran many believe is destined       Bowl, and Considine.                         The only question for the Eagles is
for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.         When the Eagles were hit with injuries       what kind of role, if any, Mikell will
Too small to be drafted, the 5-10, 206-    at safety last year, Mikell made his         play on special teams.
pound Mikell has evolved into a fast       push despite a sprained medial collat-       Though that was the way Mikell made
and physical defender cut from a very      eral ligament                                the Eagles, his usefulness on special
familiar                                   that knocked him out of two games.           teams likely minimized his contribu-
mold.                                      Starting 11 of 14 games, he registered       tions
"Remember when I told y'all that he        98 tackles, including a sack. He also        defensively.
was a mirror image of me, but you          intercepted a                                "My gut sense is that special teams are
wouldn't listen?" the 34-year-old          pass, forced a fumble and recovered a        coming along now and I think I need
Dawkins said. "I                           loose ball.                                  to focus on defense," Mikell said. "It's
meant that in every way. All he needed     "I think the games I started last year       pretty
was his confidence to be where it is       got me used to being out there ... I         hard to run down there on kickoff and
right now. The guy is playing flat-out     learned a lot, so now I'm at a level         then turning around and covering
great ball                                 where I'm not                                guys, it's pretty tough. And there's just
and I see that continuing to grow."        thinking that much. (I'm) just going         a lot more
The blows Mikell has delivered in the      out there and playing," the 27-year-old      studying that comes about when
preseason are a notch above some of        Mikell said. "A lot of times when            you're starting. I think special teams
the shots he doled out in an expanded      you're in a stepin                           will be fine. But if in fact I'm needed
role when                                  role like I was last year, you're a little   out there I will be
injuries shelved Dawkins and Sean          hesitant. You might see a play, but          out there. We'll see what happens in
Considine for chunks of last season.       you're scared to make a mistake. You         the regular season."
Mikell, listed at 5-10, 206, is wowing     don't want
teammates on a                             to look bad. I kind of got through that
weekly basis.                              phase. Now I'm at the phase where I
"He's really a guy that has to be feared   know and I'm going to go after it no
out there," cornerback Joselio Hanson      matter what.
said. "We were watching film of the        And nine times out of 10 my decision
(Carolina                                  is going to be the right one. I have that
Panthers) game and everybody in the        comfort level now."
room was like, 'oooh, aaah,' play after    With Dawkins and Considine in the
play. Q is out there just throwing his     last years of their contracts, and
body around                                fourth-round pick Quintin Demps
and hitting people, him and Dawk. He       showing promise, the
goes out there and knocks heads            Eagles are in a transition period at
around and that's all you can ask from     safety.
a strong                                   In fact, all the NFC East teams are a
safety."                                   bit unsettled at safety.
Mikell has driven the long and lone-
                                                                                                    J.R. Reed Feature
                            EAGLES' REED PLANS TO
                              STAY IN ONE PLACE
By GEOFF MOSHER                                                                       On Dec. 2, against Seattle, he made a
The News Journal                          Turns out, he had nothing to fear.          career-high 11 tackles. He made his
                                                                                      first start on Dec. 30 in the season
9/3/08                                    Bucking tradition, the Eagles kept five     finale against Buffalo and had six
Page 1 of 1                               safeties this year instead of four. Brian   tackles, knocked down a pass and ran
                                          Dawkins and Quintin Mikell are the          one of his three kickoff returns back
PHILADELPHIA -- Every training            starters. Reed, Considine and rookie        26 yards.
camp, Eagles coach Andy Reid cau-         Quintin Demps are backups.
tions his players against playing "the                                                A restricted free agent last offseason,
numbers game."                            Reed didn't find out he made the            Reed signed a one-year deal with the
                                          squad until 6 p.m. Saturday, when he        Eagles that guaranteed him a trip to
Don't try to calculate the roster spots   saw the list of cuts on TV.                 Lehigh this summer.
at each position, he tells them. Don't
worry about where you fit.                "I did the numbers and it wasn't look-      Reed only needed to take care of his
                                          ing too good," he said. "I was thinking     end of the bargain. After camp, Reed
But J.R. Reed couldn't help himself,      it had to be me and [No.] 37 [Sean          believed he had done all he could.
and it's understandable.                  Considine], and he's had more experi-
                                          ence."                                      "I just took it as, 'If I get cut, I get cut.'
Since being drafted in 2004, Reed had                                                 Hopefully, there is enough film out
never spent consecutive seasons with      Reid singled out special teams as the       there," he said. "And if I don't, that's
the same team.                            reason the Eagles kept five safeties,       good. I'm still here and I don't have to
                                          but other factors -- injuries, for exam-    move."
In the past two years, he's played for    ple -- were probably taken into
four different teams. Last year, he was   account.                                    Of course, Reed can't get comfortable
signed by the Eagles, cut and then re-                                                for too long. He becomes a free agent
signed in a 17-day span.                  Dawkins' status is already uncertain        again at the end of the season.
                                          for Sunday's opener against the Rams
At training camp in August, defensive     due to a strained ankle tendon he sus-      For now, though, he doesn't have to
coordinator Jim Johnson marveled at       tained in the preseason.                    worry about his next stop.
Reed's resolve, especially given the
peroneal nerve injury in his lower leg    Health is a legitimate concern for the      "It takes away a lot of the X factors
and foot that cost Reed the entire        six-time Pro Bowl safety, who missed        that you don't know about -- 'Where
2005 season.                              all of training camp last season with       am I going to live? Where am I going
                                          Achilles tendinitis and then missed         to go? How long am I going to be
Doctors had told Reed he'd never play     five games during the regular season        here?'" he said. "Basically, I just focus
again.                                    with a severe neck stinger and one          on football, so you can be a football
                                          more with a foot injury.                    player and you don't have to worry
"I know sometimes you can see him                                                     about all the off-the-field stuff."
out here, he looks like he's walking at   Mikell, who went from reserve to
90 percent and all of a sudden he gets    starter last season, is durable but has
in a game and he's playing 100 per-       never started for an entire season.
cent," Johnson said. "Great for J.R.      Considine is coming off his second
He's a great competitor, but I am still   major shoulder surgery in three years.
surprised."
                                          Reed was mainly a special teams play-
On Saturday, when final cuts were         er until late last season, when injuries
announced, Reed turned his cell           thrust him into a more prominent role
phone off.                                with the defense. That's when the
                                          coaches noticed his penchant for
"I didn't want them to call me and say,   delivering punishing hits.
'I'm sorry, but ...'" Reed said.
                                                                                                     Bryan Smith Feature
           WEIGHTY ISSUES DON'T STOP SMITH
By GEOFF MOSHER                               senior had started at defensive end for       with 13.5 sacks, and grew from there.
                                              Newton (Texas)                                He finished with 25.5 career sacks, most in
The News Journal                              High. Smith didn't play football until his    school history. The measly kid couldn't be
6/9/08                                        junior season, starting off at defensive      matched.
Page 1 of 1                                   tackle. His twin brother,                     But those stats tell only part of the story.
                                              Ryan, played defensive end and earned a       "God, he's as tough a guy as I've seen,"
PHILADELPHIA -- The smile widened on          scholarship to Stephen F. Austin. Ryan        Viator said. "I don't know how many times
Bryan Smith's face when talk turned to the    was one year                                  the team doctor
scale.                                        ahead of Bryan, who had been held back in     would come and tell me, 'Hey, look, we're
"I weighed in today at 241," the Eagles       fifth grade.                                  going to hold Bryan out of Monday prac-
rookie said proudly during a recent mini-     As a senior, Bryan replaced Ryan at defen-    tice.' You look up, and here he comes.
camp. "I'm gaining                            sive end -- and a quarterback assassin was    "I took a couple of butt-chewings through
weight."                                      born.                                         the years from our team doctor, but as I
What right-minded defensive lineman           "He had a motor that you just ... I had       told our doctor, I'd
would be giddy about carrying the body        never really seen," Viator said. "He played   look up and, hell, he's suited up."
weight of an NFL                              so hard every play."                          It's that toughness, along with well-honed
linebacker?                                   Viator and some coaches had traveled to       spin and swim moves, that brought Smith
At 241, Smith is smaller than middle line-    Newton to scout a rivalry game against        to the Eagles, a
backer Stewart Bradley by about 15            Jasper, which had                             team forever seeking the next great pass-
pounds and more than                          taken command of the matchup late and,        rusher and notorious for scanning the
20 pounds lighter than strong-side line-      as Viator recalled, led by two touchdowns     small-school ranks
backer Chris Gocong.                          with about 30                                 for untapped resources.
None of this, of course, matters to Smith,    seconds to play.                              They found Gocong at Cal Poly and Cole,
whose background involves accomplishing       The coaches had started to exit the stadi-    who played linebacker and defensive tack-
big feats in                                  um but stopped suddenly when Smith            le in college
small places -- from starting defensive       burst through the line                        before settling at defensive end, at
tackle in high school at 205 pounds to        and blocked Jasper's extra-point attempt.     Cincinnati. In April, after picking Smith in
posting record-setting                        "That's just the kind of player he is,"       the third round, coach
sack totals at NCAA Division I-AA             Viator said.                                  Andy Reid grabbed defensive lineman
McNeese State to transplanting from his       But Smith still carried the body weight of    Andy Studebaker from Division III
small-town Texas                              an average Division I-A wide receiver,        Wheaton in the sixth round
upbringing to the skyscrapers of              which is why                                  and converted him to linebacker.
Philadelphia.                                 Nebraska and Oklahoma stayed away and         Smith was blown away by the NovaCare
And none of this mattered to the Eagles,      Smith instead accepted an offer from near-    Complex's state-of-the-art facilities,
who used a third-round pick to draft Smith    by McNeese                                    including the cafeteria
in April.                                     State, about 120 miles across the             selection that's helping him fill out his
Something about his relentless motor, and     Louisiana border.                             frame with muscle mass.
the way his feet churn like pistons even      Smith showed up at 205 and tried to bulk      "Not everybody is going to be a Trent Cole,
while his upper                               up. Problem was, McNeese's facilities did-    but he's got that kind of speed and he will
body is barricaded by linemen nearly twice    n't measure up to                             get bigger,"
his weight, gives the impression that Smith   the cafeterias and weight rooms of the        defensive coordinator Jim Johnson said of
doesn't waste                                 Division I-A powerhouses, and Smith's         Smith. "He should be a good pass rusher."
time sizing up the obstacles before him.      scholarship and grant                         Smith is impressing the coaching staff with
He's too busy looking past them -- kind of    money -- $438 per month -- barely cov-        his arsenal of moves and techniques. With
like another overachieving, under-sized       ered apartment rent.                          fast hands that
Eagles defensive                              "We really didn't have a good meal plan.      almost mirror the lightning under his feet,
end who showed up at his first rookie         We really didn't have enough scholarship      Smith uses them to push and pull his way
camp in 2005 touting hustle over muscle.      money. We didn't                              around blocks.
"He just reminds me of myself," Pro Bowl      have none of that," Smith said. "And I did-   "It's like driving a car," he said. "If you got
right end Trent Cole said. "He plays just     n't have money personally, so I couldn't      the hands on the wheel, you can turn the
like me."                                     eat."                                         car whichever
Matt Viator, who first discovered Smith's     He could, though, stalk quarterbacks --       way you want to go."
NFL potential, was hardly surprised to        better than anyone in the history of the      Usually, that's toward the quarterback.
hear Smith has raised                         school.
eyebrows this quickly in the professional     Even at 220 pounds, Smith's burst off the
ranks.                                        edge carried so much torque, offensive
"He must be doing well up there, huh?"        tackles couldn't
the McNeese State football coach said.        keep up with him. It started with his jun-
Viator recruited Smith in 2002, when the      ior season, when he set a school record
                                                                             Brian Westbrook Feature
     FOOTBALL, NOT BUSINESS, ATOP BRIAN
          WESTBROOK'S PRIORITIES
By Skip Wood                          kind of intangibles that they bring   and crossing all your T's before
USA TODAY                             to your team … that is the guy you    you do anything else," he says
8/16/08                               want to make sure is feeling good     while sitting under a large portable
Page 1 of 1                           about things if you possibly can."    tent after a recent practice. "I take
                                                                            pride in that I'm going to do every-
                                      Not bad for a third-round draft       thing I can to be the best player I
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — At the end of
                                      pick in 2002 from Division I-AA       can be on the field before I do any-
their morning training camp prac-
                                      Villanova.                            thing else.
tices at Lehigh University, the
Philadelphia Eagles amble through
                                      Westbrook is a two-time Pro Bowl      "I'm not going to sacrifice what I
one of the larger greeting lines
                                      pick. Last season he accumulated      can do on the field for marketing
you'll ever see. They begin at the
                                      an NFL-best 2,104 yards from          opportunities or other different
far end of the stands and keep
                                      scrimmage and notched his second      things."
walking for more than 100 yards,
                                      consecutive 1,000-plus-yard rush-
high-fiving and shaking hands all
                                      ing season.                           Even so, Westbrook acknowledges
the while.
                                                                            that doing things to give him a
"Whoooooooo!," running back
                                      Since 2004, his 6,769 yards from      higher profile ultimately could
Brian Westbrook says after slap-
                                      scrimmage are eclipsed only by        benefit him as well as the team.
ping the final outstretched palm.
                                      2006 league MVP LaDainian
"My arm's burning. That's a work-
                                      Tomlinson of the San Diego            "I can try to find a balance," he
out right there."
                                      Chargers.                             says. "And that's something I prob-
                                                                            ably need to work on — trying to
Hey. No pain, no gain. And
                                      "When you play well," Eagles quar-    find that balance. As long as my
Westbrook recently has gained
                                      terback Donovan McNabb says of        play continues to get better, maybe
plenty.
                                      his teammate's new deal, "you get     I can find a way to reconsider
                                      rewarded like that."                  some of those offers."
Yet it appeared to be relatively
painless.
                                      Still, Tomlinson has become one of    Besides, he already has a firm
                                      the league's more marketable play-    endorsement from his coach, Andy
The Eagles agreed with
                                      ers while Westbrook, mostly by        Reid.
Westbrook's contention that he
                                      choice, has kept a lower profile.
had "out-performed" the five-year,
                                      He'll turn down nearly any            "As I've said many times, I believe
$24.9 million contract he signed in
                                      endorsement opportunities that        Brian Westbrook is the best run-
2005. They worked out a new deal
                                      come his way. He says he has scant    ning back in football," Reid says.
worth $21 million over three years
                                      interest in becoming a marketing      "He can do it all from that posi-
with $13 million guaranteed.
                                      machine in the way that New           tion, whether it's running, catching
                                      Orleans Saints' running back          the football or blocking."
To Eagles president Joe Banner,
                                      Reggie Bush has.
getting the deal done virtually was
                                                                            That's the brand of no-nonsense
a no-brainer.
                                      Westbrook also agrees with the        adulation that appeals to
                                      observation that when the casual      Westbrook.
"We're talking about a Hall-of-
                                      NFL fan considers the best run-
Fame caliber player," he said after
                                      ning backs, his name probably is,     "As long as people who know the
the new pact was announced last
                                      at best, third or fourth.             game know what I try to do," he
week. "This is a premier guy,
                                                                            says, "I'm happy."
leader, player. … Take somebody
                                      "As a player you have to be very
with that kind of talent and those
                                      careful about dotting all your I's
                                                                                           Mark Whipple Feature
 WHIPPLE SHOULD BE A BOON FOR EAGLES
BY MARK ECKEL                              Bowl in his second season.                   lengthy sit down came across very
Trenton Times                              His offensive style has been called          insightful. So how did the Eagles get
                                           "The Whiplash". It's wide- open, excit-      this
3/16/08                                    ing and fun to watch.                        guy?
Page 1 of 1                                It's also unpredictable.                     You've heard the story about how
                                           Something the Eagles haven't been            Andy Reid heard Bill Cowher sing his
PHILADELPHIA -- Where do you               recently.                                    praises and figured he bet ter talk
want to start with new Eagles assis-       "You can't make adjustments," one            to the guy.
tant coach, Mark Whipple?                  opposing coach once said about               But why was he available?
Do you want to talk about how as a         Whipple, "Because you don't know             Well, when Cowher retired in
young assistant coach at Union             what to adjust."                             Pittsburgh, new head coach Mike
College, he played pick-up basketball      Whipple, while at UMass, once went           Tomlin brought in a new staff and
games with future Princeton                for it on 4th-and-1 from his own 28.         Whipple
University basketball coach Bill           "I'm one of those coaches who looked         wasn't included.
Carmody?                                   at fourth down, as an offensive down,"       Still under contract, he took a year off
How about when he was the head             he said. "In the NFL, it's a                 from coaching and spent the Rooney's
coach at New Haven, he would get           little different with better kicking         money. But he knew he'd get
coaching tips and strategy from            games."                                      back into coaching sooner than later.
watching Pete Carril's Tigers basket-      Still, you get the idea if it was up to      "I spent a year doing a lot of things I
ball team practice?                        him, he'd still go for it 4th-and-1.         had never been able to do before,"
What about all he learned in a year        Oh yeah, here's something for Eagles         Whipple said, "Becoming a better
with former NFL quarterback Roman          fans who want to see the team become         father, maybe a better husband. It was
Gabriel in the USFL?                       more of a 50-50 run/ pass                    good for me. But this is what I do.
Or how the Steelers quarterbacks,          team, he likes to throw the ball.            This is who I am."
including star Ben Roethlis berger,        "I do believe you have to run the ball       Right now, at least, he's an Eagles
still call him all the time?               to be successful," Whipple said. "You        assistant.
Whipple's resume is extensive, and         need some balance. But do you                "I knew I'd be back this year," he said.
impressive.                                run to set up the pass, or do you pass       "I just didn't know where. I was a free
If the Eagles were looking for a coach     to set up the run? That's where              agent. Now, I wasn't Randy
to help quarterback Donovan McNabb         philosophies differ."                        Moss, but I had some calls. I liked the
get back on track, and at the              When Whipple became the head coach           Eagles. I liked what I saw here."
same time tutor the future in Kevin        at Brown, he didn't have the players to      The Eagles might find out they like
Kolb, they may have found their man.       play the way the Bears had                   Whipple, too.
Whipple's exact title with the Eagles is   played, and lost, in the past.
offensive assistant. In reality he is a    "I wasn't going to line up in an I-for-
quarterback guru, whose teams              mation and just pound away with a
score a lot of points.                     bunch of undersized linemen," he
At least they have everywhere he's         said. "So, I took a lot of what I learned
been before landing with the Eagles        from Roman and put it into play."
this offseason.                            Whipple isn't a Run-and-Gun coach,
As a small-college head coach,             although he has used five receiver sets
Whipple took New Haven to the              at times. What he does, or at
NCAA Tournament, guided Brown to           least what he has done, is use his play-
their                                      ers to the best of their ability, while at
best years in the Ivy League and won a     the same time taking
Division I-AA National Championship        advantage of what he sees in a
at Massa chusetts.                         defense.
Oh, by the way none of those teams         "The bottom line is you better be able
were very good before he got there,        to do both, run and pass, and make it
and haven't been as good after             as difficult as possible for the
her left.                                  defense," he said.
In his only foray into the NFL, he         Sounds good.
helped Roethlisberger go 15-1 as a         And so does Whipple, who in a
rookie quarterback, and win a Super
2008 NFL Standings and Schedule

NFC EAST             W    L    T   Div   Conf    Wk 1     Wk 2     Wk 3     Wk 4     Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7     Wk 8      Wk 9    Wk 10     Wk 11    Wk 12    Wk 13 Wk 14       Wk 15    Wk 16    Wk 17
NY Giants            2    0    0   1-0    2-0    WAS      at Stl    CIN     (BYE)     SEA     at Cle    SF      at Pit    DAL     at Phi     BAL     at Arz   at Was   PHI      at Dal    CAR     at Min
Dallas               2    0    0   1-0    1-0   at Cle     PHI     at GB    WAS       CIN     at Arz   at Stl     TB     at NYG   (BYE)     at Was     SF      SEA    at Pit     NYG      BAL     at Phi
Philadelphia         1    1    0   0-1    1-1    STL      at Dal    PIT     at Chi   WAS      at SF    (BYE)     ATL     at Sea    NYG      at Cin   at Bal    ARZ   at NYG      CLE     at Was    DAL
Washington           1    1    0   0-1    1-1   at NYG     NO       ARZ     at Dal   at Phi    STL      CLE     at Det     PIT    (BYE)      DAL     at Sea    NYG   at Bal     at Cin     PHI     at SF
NFC NORTH            W    L    T   Div   Conf
Green Bay            2    0    0   2-0    2-0    MIN     at Det    DAL      at TB     ATL     at Sea    IND     (BYE)    at Ten   at Min     CHI     at NO     CAR      HOU     at Jax   at Chi    DET
Chicago              1    1    0   0-0    0-1   at Ind   at Car     TB       PHI     at Det   at Atl    MIN     (BYE)     DET      TEN      at GB    at Stl   at Min    JAX      NO       GB      at Hou
Minnesota            0    2    0   0-1    0-1   at GB     IND      CAR      at Ten   at NO     DET     at Chi   (BYE)     HOU       GB      at TB    at Jax    CHI     at Det   at Arz    ATL      NYG
Detroit              0    2    0   0-1    0-2   at Atl     GB      at SF    (BYE)     CHI     at Min   at Hou   WAS      at Chi    JAX      at Car    TB       TEN      MIN     at Ind    NO      at GB
NFC SOUTH            W    L    T   Div   Conf
Carolina             2    0    0   0-0    1-0   at SD      CHI     at Min    ATL       KC     at TB     NO       ARZ      (BYE)   at Oak     DET     at Atl   at GB      TB      DEN     at NYG   at NO
New Orleans          1    1    0   1-0    1-1    TB      at Was    at Den     SF      MIN     OAK      at Car    SD       (BYE)    at Atl   at KC     GB      at TB     ATL     at Chi   at Det    CAR
Atlanta              1    1    0   0-1    1-1    DET      at TB      KC     at Car   at GB     CHI     (BYE)    at Phi   at Oak     NO      DEN       CAR     at SD    at NO      TB     at Min    STL
Tampa Bay            1    1    0   1-1    1-1   at NO      ATL     at Chi    GB      at Den   CAR       SEA     at Dal    at KC    (BYE)    MIN      at Det    NO      at Car   at Atl     SD      OAK
NFC WEST             W    L    T   Div   Conf
Arizona              2    0    0   1-0    1-0   at SF     MIA      at Was   at NYJ     BUF   DAL    (BYE)       at Car   at Stl     SF      at Sea    NYG     at Phi    STL      MIN     at NE     SEA
San Francisco        1    1    0   1-1    1-1    ARZ     at Sea     DET     at NO      NE     PHI  at NYG        SEA     (BYE)    at Arz      STL    at Dal   at Buf    NYJ     at Mia   at Stl   WAS
Seattle              0    2    0   0-1    0-1   at Buf     SF       STL     (BYE)    at NYG   GB    at TB       at SF     PHI     at Mia     ARZ     WAS      at Dal    NE      at Stl    NYJ     at Arz
St. Louis            0    2    0   0-0    0-2   at Phi    NYG      at Sea    BUF      (BYE) at Was   DAL        at NE     ARZ     at NYJ     at SF    CHI      MIA     at Arz    SEA      SF      at Atl

AFC EAST             W    L    T   Div   Conf    Wk 1    Wk 2      Wk 3     Wk 4     Wk 5      Wk 6     Wk 7    Wk 8      Wk 9    Wk 10     Wk 11    Wk 12    Wk 13    Wk 14    Wk 15    Wk 16    Wk 17
New England          2    0    0   1-0    2-0     KC     at NYJ     MIA     (BYE)    at SF    at SD     DEN      STL     at Ind    BUF       NYJ     at Mia    PIT     at Sea   at Oak     ARZ    at Buf
Buffalo              2    0    0   0-0    1-0    SEA     at Jax    OAK      at Stl   at Arz    (BYE)     SD     at Mia    NYJ     at NE      CLE     at KC      SF      MIA     at NYJ   at Den     NE
NY Jets              1    1    0   1-1    1-1   at Mia     NE      at SD     ARZ     (BYE)      CIN    at Oak     KC     at Buf    STL      at NE    at Ten    DEN      at SF    BUF     at Sea    MIA
Miami                0    2    0   0-1    0-1     NYJ    at Arz    at NE    (BYE)     SD      at Hou    BAL      BUF     at Den    SEA      OAK        NE     at Stl   at Buf     SF      at KC   at NYJ
AFC NORTH            W    L    T   Div   Conf
Pittsburgh           2    0    0   1-0    2-0   HOU      at Cle    at Phi    BAL     at Jax   (BYE)    at Cin   NYG   at Was   IND     SD             CIN     at NE     DAL     at Bal   at Ten    CLE
Baltimore            1    0    0   1-0    1-0    CIN     (BYE)*     CLE     at Pit    TEN     at Ind   at Mia   OAK   at Cle at Hou* at NYG           PHI     at Cin    WAS      PIT     at Dal    JAX
Cleveland            0    2    0   0-1    0-1    DAL       PIT     at Bal   at Cin   (BYE)     NYG     at Was at Jax   BAL     DEN   at Buf          HOU       IND     at Ten   at Phi    CIN     at Pit
Cincinnati           0    2    0   0-1    0-2   at Bal    TEN      at NYG    CLE     at Dal   at NYJ     PIT  at Hou*   JAX   (BYE)*   PHI           at Pit    BAL     at Ind   WAS      at Cle    KC
AFC SOUTH            W    L    T   Div   Conf
Tennessee            2    0    0   1-0    2-0    JAX     at Cin     HOU      MIN     at Bal    (BYE)   at KC     IND       GB     at Chi    at Jax    NYJ     at Det    CLE     at Hou     PIT    at Ind
Indianapolis         1    1    0   0-0    0-0    CHI     at Min     JAX     (BYE)    at Hou     BAL    at GB    at Ten     NE     at Pit     HOU     at SD    at Cle    CIN      DET     at Jax    TEN
Houston              0    1    0   0-0    0-1   at Pit   (BYE)*    at Ten   at Jax    IND       MIA     DET      CIN*    at Min   BAL*      at Ind   at Cle     JAX    at GB     TEN     at Oak    CHI
Jacksonville         0    2    0   0-1    0-2   at Ten    BUF      at Ind   HOU        PIT    at Den   (BYE)     CLE     at Cin   at Det     TEN      MIN     at Hou   at Chi     GB      IND     at Bal
AFC WEST             W    L    T   Div   Conf
Denver               2    0    0   2-0    2-0   at Oak     SD       NO       at KC     TB      JAX     at NE    (BYE)     MIA     at Cle    at Atl    OAK     at NYJ     KC     at Car   BUF      at SD
Oakland              1    1    0   1-1    1-1    DEN     at KC     at Buf     SD     (BYE)    at NO     NYJ     at Bal    ATL      CAR      at Mia   at Den     KC     at SD     NE      HOU      at TB
San Diego            0    2    0   0-1    0-1    CAR     at Den     NYJ     at Oak   at Mia    NE      at Buf   at NO    (BYE)     KC       at Pit    IND      ATL      OAK     at KC    at TB     DEN
Kansas City          0    2    0   0-1    0-2    at NE    OAK      at Atl    DEN     at Car   (BYE)     TEN     at NYJ    TB      at SD      NO       BUF     at Oak   at Den    SD      MIA      at Cin

Bolded Opponent - win                                    * Baltimore at Houston on week 2 was moved to week 10 due to Hurricane Ike
d - clinched division title                              * Cincinnati at Houston on week 10 was moved to week 8 due to Hurricane Ike
p - clinched playoff spot                                * Cincinnati's bye week was moved from week 8 to week 10 due to Hurricane Ike
e - eliminated from playoff contention
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

OFFENSE           K.C.    Atl.    Oak.    Buff.   T.B.    Chi.    Car.    Minn.
GAMES (Won-Lost)   0-2     1-1     1-1     2-0     1-1     1-1     2-0     0-2
FIRST DOWNS         29      37      33      31      33      29      32      37
 Rushing             8      19      19       9       9      15      15      17
 Passing            18      13      12      20      24      13      16      15
 Penalty             3       5       2       2       0       1       1       5
YDS GAINED (tot)   474     708     662     623     663     575     604     654
 Avg per Game      237.0   354.0   331.0   311.5   331.5   287.5   302.0   327.0
RUSHING (net)      157     423     450     181     310     298     256     367
 Avg per Game       78.5   211.5   225.0    90.5   155.0   149.0   128.0   183.5
 Rushes             46      70      77      55      48      68      60      68
 Yards per Rush      3.4     6.0     5.8     3.3     6.5     4.4     4.3     5.4
PASSING (net)      317     285     212     442     353     277     348     287
 Avg per Game      158.5   142.5   106.0   221.0   176.5   138.5   174.0   143.5
 Passes Att.        69      46      43      56      72      53      62      59
 Completed          36      22      23      40      42      32      35      30
 Pct Completed      52.2    47.8    53.5    71.4    58.3    60.4    56.5    50.8
 Yards Gained      379     319     235     473     381     299     375     308
 Sacked              9       5       3       4       4       3       4       4
 Yards Lost         62      34      23      31      28      22      27      21
 Had intercepted     3       2       0       0       1       0       1       1
 Yards Opp Ret      39      24       0       0       2       0      26       7
 Opp TDs on Int      0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
PUNTS               14       8       9      12      13      12      11      11
 Avg Yards          46.7    37.0    48.2    46.8    45.1    38.3    43.8    43.4
PUNT RETURNS         4       8       8       9       8       6       6       8
 Avg Return         11.0     7.3     6.1    17.6     5.0     9.2     8.3     6.9
 Returned for TD     0       0       0       1       0       0       0       0
KICKOFF RETURNS      5       7       8       5       7       9       7       7
 Avg Return         23.8    22.7    28.6    21.0    20.7    21.2    19.3    23.6
 Returned for TD     0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
PENALTIES            7      15      19       5      18      19      16      11
 Yards Penalized    51     128     157      54     160     146      94      47
FUMBLES BY           2       2       6       1       1       3       1       2
 Fumbles Lost        0       0       3       1       1       2       1       1
 Opp Fumbles         6       2       3       4       3       1       3       2
 Opp Fum Lost        4       1       0       2       0       1       3       0
POSS. TIME (avg) 28:50   29:23   31:20   31:17   29:25   30:00   31:53   32:17
TOUCHDOWNS           2       4       4       6       5       5       4       2
 Rushing             0       3       2       2       2       3       2       1
 Passing             2       1       2       3       2       0       1       1
 Returns             0       0       0       1       1       2       1       0
EXTRA-PT KICKS     1/1     4/4     4/4     6/6     5/5     5/5     4/4     1/1
2-PT CONVERSIONS   1/1     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/1
FIELD GOALS/FGA    1/1     5/5     3/3     4/5     3/3     3/3     6/6     7/8
POINTS SCORED       18      43      37      54      44      46      46      34

DEFENSE            K.C.     Atl.     Oak.     Buff.    T.B.     Chi.     Car.     Minn.
POINTS ALLOWED       40       45       49       26       33       33       41       42
OPP FIRST DOWNS      36       36       39       34       30       35       29       32
 Rushing             22        9       13       13        7       13       12       10
 Passing             11       24       19       19       19       19       16       21
 Penalty              3        3        7        2        4        3        1        1
OPP YARDS GAINED    693      619      631      495      672      509      572      638
 Avg per Game       346.5    309.5    315.5    247.5    336.0    254.5    286.0    319.0
OPP RUSHING(net)    426      226      196      183      206      167      220      164
 Avg per Game       213.0    113.0     98.0     91.5    103.0     83.5    110.0     82.0
 Rushes              75       49       53       48       55       46       56       46
 Yards per Rush       5.7      4.6      3.7      3.8      3.7      3.6      3.9      3.6
OPP PASSING(net)    267      393      435      312      466      342      352      474
 Avg per Game       133.5    196.5    217.5    156.0    233.0    171.0    176.0    237.0
 Passes Att.         46       64       63       69       65       70       59       64
 Completed           26       42       33       34       36       42       36       44
 Pct Completed       56.5     65.6     52.4     49.3     55.4     60.0     61.0     68.8
 Sacked               2        5        5        7        5        5        2        2
 Yards Lost          16       29       38       43       35       43       14       15
INTERCEPTED BY        0        1        2        2        3        1        0        2
 Yards Returned       0       38       36        0       50       26        0        1
 Returned for TD      0        0        0        0        1        0        0        0
OPP PUNT RETURNS      8        2        5        6        5        4        6        5
 Avg return           6.0      0.0     11.2     12.8     10.6     10.5      7.0     21.6
OPP KICKOFF RET       5        9        3        8        9        7        6        8
 Avg return          29.0     20.4     16.3     25.1     16.8     19.6     27.0     22.0
OPP TOUCHDOWNS        4        6        6        2        3        3        5        5
 Rushing              3        3        3        1        0        2        1        2
 Passing              1        3        3        1        3        1        3        2
 Returns              0        0        0        0        0        0        1        1
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

OFFENSE           Miami   N.E.    Cin.    NY-G    Hou.    Tenn.   Ariz.   Wash.
GAMES (Won-Lost)   0-2     2-0     0-2     2-0     0-1     2-0     2-0     1-1
FIRST DOWNS         35      36      19      46      20      30      40      36
 Rushing             8      14       4      20       5      16      12      11
 Passing            24      19      12      24      13      13      23      20
 Penalty             3       3       3       2       2       1       5       5
YDS GAINED (tot)   513     598     369     795     234     604     730     664
 Avg per Game      256.5   299.0   184.5   397.5   234.0   302.0   365.0   332.0
RUSHING (net)      121     230     158     354      75     314     190     233
 Avg per Game       60.5   115.0    79.0   177.0    75.0   157.0    95.0   116.5
 Rushes             41      61      52      63      20      73      70      55
 Yards per Rush      3.0     3.8     3.0     5.6     3.8     4.3     2.7     4.2
PASSING (net)      392     368     211     441     159     290     540     431
 Avg per Game      196.0   184.0   105.5   220.5   159.0   145.0   270.0   215.5
 Passes Att.        75      52      51      64      33      45      56      63
 Completed          43      36      25      39      25      28      39      39
 Pct Completed      57.3    69.2    49.0    60.9    75.8    62.2    69.6    61.9
 Yards Gained      430     393     228     476     202     303     573     454
 Sacked              6       5       3       4       5       2       5       3
 Yards Lost         38      25      17      35      43      13      33      23
 Had intercepted     1       0       3       1       2       2       0       0
 Yards Opp Ret       0       0      31       0       6      23       0       0
 Opp TDs on Int      0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
PUNTS               12       7      14       7       4      13       6       9
 Avg Yards          39.3    50.3    38.0    40.9    43.3    45.2    42.8    36.8
PUNT RETURNS         4       5       6       8       2       4       3       5
 Avg Return          9.5    11.0     8.8    12.1     2.5     5.3    11.7     4.2
 Returned for TD     0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
KICKOFF RETURNS      8       5       7       6       6       3       4       8
 Avg Return         18.8    24.6    30.0    18.7    18.7    23.0    16.5    27.6
 Returned for TD     0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
PENALTIES           10       5      10      14       5      10      12      11
 Yards Penalized   101      40      75     139      43      61      85      61
FUMBLES BY           4       3       4       2       1       3       1       1
 Fumbles Lost        0       2       1       0       1       1       0       1
 Opp Fumbles         4       0       4       0       3       4       6       2
 Opp Fum Lost        1       0       3       0       1       1       4       1
POSS. TIME (avg) 28:33   30:42   25:36   33:42   28:29   30:37   34:30   29:16
TOUCHDOWNS           3       3       2       6       2       5       6       4
 Rushing             1       2       1       2       1       2       2       2
 Passing             2       1       0       3       1       2       4       2
 Returns             0       0       1       1       0       1       0       0
EXTRA-PT KICKS     3/3     3/3     2/2     6/6     2/2     5/5     6/6     3/3
2-PT CONVERSIONS   0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/1
FIELD GOALS/FGA    1/1     5/5     1/2     5/5     1/1     2/2     4/5     3/5
POINTS SCORED       24      36      17      57      17      41      54      36

DEFENSE            Miami    N.E.     Cin.     NY-G     Hou.     Tenn.    Ariz.    Wash.
POINTS ALLOWED       51       20       41       20       38       17       23       40
OPP FIRST DOWNS      37       26       37       24       21       24       30       37
 Rushing             11        8       21        8       10        4        9       13
 Passing             20       18       15       11        9       18       18       21
 Penalty              6        0        1        5        2        2        3        3
OPP YARDS GAINED    738      540      653      410      305      404      527      604
 Avg per Game       369.0    270.0    326.5    205.0    305.0    202.0    263.5    302.0
OPP RUSHING(net)    193      206      406      152      183      121      180      209
 Avg per Game        96.5    103.0    203.0     76.0    183.0     60.5     90.0    104.5
 Rushes              62       48       87       40       39       45       44       51
 Yards per Rush       3.1      4.3      4.7      3.8      4.7      2.7      4.1      4.1
OPP PASSING(net)    545      334      247      258      122      283      347      395
 Avg per Game       272.5    167.0    123.5    129.0    122.0    141.5    173.5    197.5
 Passes Att.         48       57       50       59       18       62       52       68
 Completed           35       37       29       35       13       39       31       41
 Pct Completed       72.9     64.9     58.0     59.3     72.2     62.9     59.6     60.3
 Sacked               5        6        1        7        2        8        6        4
 Yards Lost          25       53       10       52       15       66       27       37
INTERCEPTED BY        0        2        0        1        0        4        1        3
 Yards Returned       0        9        0       41        0       16       28       10
 Returned for TD      0        0        0        1        0        0        0        0
OPP PUNT RETURNS      7        1        6        2        1        4        0        5
 Avg return          11.7      7.0     10.3      2.5     -3.0     21.8      0.0     15.2
OPP KICKOFF RET       2        5        3       13        4        7        8        6
 Avg return          18.5     24.4     20.3     21.4     19.8     32.9     18.1     18.7
OPP TOUCHDOWNS        7        2        5        2        5        2        2        4
 Rushing              2        0        3        0        3        1        2        2
 Passing              5        2        1        2        2        1        0        1
 Returns              0        0        1        0        0        0        0        1
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

OFFENSE           N.O.    Denv.   Det.    S.F.    St.L.   Sea.    Clev.   Balt.
GAMES (Won-Lost)   1-1     2-0     0-2     1-1     0-2     0-2     0-2     1-0
FIRST DOWNS         32      58      36      33      21      38      28      21
 Rushing             8      19       8       6       6      15       7      12
 Passing            22      30      24      22      12      22      16       8
 Penalty             2       9       4       5       3       1       5       1
YDS GAINED (tot)   688     927     619     656     367     603     413     358
 Avg per Game      344.0   463.5   309.5   328.0   183.5   301.5   206.5   358.0
RUSHING (net)      156     286     111     201     104     254     144     229
 Avg per Game       78.0   143.0    55.5   100.5    52.0   127.0    72.0   229.0
 Rushes             46      58      33      43      31      55      43      46
 Yards per Rush      3.4     4.9     3.4     4.7     3.4     4.6     3.3     5.0
PASSING (net)      532     641     508     455     263     349     269     129
 Avg per Game      266.0   320.5   254.0   227.5   131.5   174.5   134.5   129.0
 Passes Att.        65      75      78      52      58      77      56      29
 Completed          45      52      47      34      34      35      29      15
 Pct Completed      69.2    69.3    60.3    65.4    58.6    45.5    51.8    51.7
 Yards Gained      559     650     544     516     335     379     280     129
 Sacked              3       1       8      12      10       6       3       0
 Yards Lost         27       9      36      61      72      30      11       0
 Had intercepted     3       1       4       1       1       3       2       0
 Yards Opp Ret      36      10     121      28      41      87      12       0
 Opp TDs on Int      1       0       2       0       1       1       0       0
PUNTS               12       5      12       6      16      15      10       5
 Avg Yards          44.4    48.2    38.6    45.3    51.2    37.8    46.8    48.2
PUNT RETURNS         3       3       3       0       2       7       7       4
 Avg Return         21.7     8.3     9.3     0.0     2.5    14.3     9.6    14.0
 Returned for TD     1       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
KICKOFF RETURNS      9       4      13       9      13       9       6       2
 Avg Return         17.8    19.0    21.0    22.2    17.2    25.1    18.7    12.5
 Returned for TD     0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0
PENALTIES           12      10      10      12      14      15      19       9
 Yards Penalized   106      82      70      80     106     105     120      64
FUMBLES BY           2       3       2       7       1       4       2       2
 Fumbles Lost        1       0       0       5       0       2       0       2
 Opp Fumbles         1       4       3       2       2       2       1       1
 Opp Fum Lost        1       1       1       1       0       1       0       1
POSS. TIME (avg) 28:39   31:55   27:43   27:37   26:34   28:20   26:24   36:15
TOUCHDOWNS           6      10       5       4       1       4       1       2
 Rushing             1       4       1       2       0       2       0       2
 Passing             4       6       4       1       1       1       1       0
 Returns             1       0       0       1       0       1       0       0
EXTRA-PT KICKS     6/6     9/9     5/5     4/4     1/1     4/4     1/1     2/2
2-PT CONVERSIONS   0/0     1/1     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0
FIELD GOALS/FGA    2/2     3/3     3/3     6/7     3/3     4/4     3/3     1/2
POINTS SCORED       48      80      46      46      16      40      16      17

DEFENSE            N.O.     Denv.    Det.     S.F.     St.L.    Sea.     Clev.    Balt.
POINTS ALLOWED       49       52       82       53       79       67       38       10
OPP FIRST DOWNS      43       34       42       40       53       33       44        8
 Rushing             12        7       23       18       18        6       16        1
 Passing             29       24       18       21       31       22       24        5
 Penalty              2        3        1        1        4        5        4        2
OPP YARDS GAINED    807      763      921      636      963      703      768      154
 Avg per Game       403.5    381.5    460.5    318.0    481.5    351.5    384.0    154.0
OPP RUSHING(net)    295      230      441      278      308      199      284       70
 Avg per Game       147.5    115.0    220.5    139.0    154.0     99.5    142.0     70.0
 Rushes              51       48       72       73       63       52       62       24
 Yards per Rush       5.8      4.8      6.1      3.8      4.9      3.8      4.6      2.9
OPP PASSING(net)    512      533      480      358      655      504      484       84
 Avg per Game       256.0    266.5    240.0    179.0    327.5    252.0    242.0     84.0
 Passes Att.         77       59       51       66       68       63       51       24
 Completed           48       38       33       37       46       40       36        9
 Pct Completed       62.3     64.4     64.7     56.1     67.6     63.5     70.6     37.5
 Sacked               4        4        2        4        2        9        3        2
 Yards Lost          30       24        9       28       19       51       22       10
INTERCEPTED BY        1        1        0        2        0        0        1        1
 Yards Returned       2        0        0       87        0        0       20       16
 Returned for TD      0        0        0        1        0        0        0        0
OPP PUNT RETURNS     10        4        7        4       13        6        3        4
 Avg return           6.3      4.5      2.7     15.8     13.3     20.0      3.0      2.8
OPP KICKOFF RET       7       12        7        8        5        6        4        4
 Avg return          22.9     30.5     24.9     19.9     21.6     27.2     15.0     29.5
OPP TOUCHDOWNS        5        6       10        5       10        7        5        1
 Rushing              2        0        4        3        3        2        3        0
 Passing              2        5        4        1        6        3        2        0
 Returns              1        1        2        1        1        2        0        1
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

OFFENSE           Jax      Ind.    Pitt.   Phil.   Dal.    G.B.    NY-J    S.D.   NFL/Avg
GAMES (Won-Lost)   0-2      1-1     2-0     1-1     2-0     2-0     1-1     0-2   ---
FIRST DOWNS         31       40      35      51      50      34      27      36    34.2
 Rushing            10        7      15      16      17      14       9       8    11.8
 Passing            19       30      17      28      28      19      16      24    19.3
 Penalty              2       3       3       7       5       1       2       4     3.1
YDS GAINED (tot)   432      614     586     859     867     764     549     772   610.8
 Avg per Game      216.0    307.0   293.0   429.5   433.5   382.0   274.5   386.0   315.2
RUSHING (net)      131       78     300     186     235     262     216     185   224.8
 Avg per Game       65.5     39.0   150.0    93.0   117.5   131.0   108.0    92.5   116.0
 Rushes             44       34      70      55      55      57      52      45    52.9
 Yards per Rush       3.0     2.3     4.3     3.4     4.3     4.6     4.2     4.1      4.2
PASSING (net)      301      536     286     673     632     502     333     587   385.9
 Avg per Game      150.5    268.0   143.0   336.5   316.0   251.0   166.5   293.5   199.2
 Passes Att.        63       91      37      76      62      60      48      60    58.9
 Completed          40       56      25      51      45      42      33      38    36.1
 Pct Completed      63.5     61.5    67.6    67.1    72.6    70.0    68.8    63.3     61.2
 Yards Gained      380      568     323     695     632     506     375     594   415.4
 Sacked               9       4       5       4       0       1       5       2     4.4
 Yards Lost         79       32      37      22       0       4      42       7    29.5
 Had intercepted      3       2       0       0       2       0       1       1     1.3
 Yards Opp Ret        1       1       0       0      34       0       6       0    16.7
 Opp TDs on Int       0       0       0       0       0       0       0       0     0.2
PUNTS               10        9       9       7       5       9      10       6     9.6
 Avg Yards          42.4     45.1    44.7    48.7    47.4    46.4    43.4    48.3     43.8
PUNT RETURNS          4       3       2      11       5       5       5       3     5.0
 Avg Return         17.0     12.7    -1.0     9.9     3.8    16.4    12.8     9.0      9.8
 Returned for TD      0       0       0       0       0       1       0       0     0.1
KICKOFF RETURNS       8       9       6       8       9       8       2       8     7.0
 Avg Return         29.1     20.6    16.7    21.8    32.3    23.9    17.0    34.1     22.6
 Returned for TD      0       0       0       0       1       0       0       1     0.1
PENALTIES           11       11      11       9      21      20      13      10    12.3
 Yards Penalized    85       85     101      85     190     180     100      72    96.0
FUMBLES BY            3       1       3       4       3       5       3       2     2.6
 Fumbles Lost         2       1       1       1       1       1       1       1     1.1
 Opp Fumbles          2       3       1       3       5       1       3       3     2.6
 Opp Fum Lost         1       1       1       1       1       0       0       1     1.1
POSS. TIME (avg) 30:03    27:51   30:37   33:04   33:15   31:43   29:43   26:59 30:00
TOUCHDOWNS            2       3       6       9       9       9       4       7     4.5
 Rushing              1       1       3       4       4       2       1       0     1.8
 Passing              1       2       3       4       4       4       3       6     2.3
 Returns              0       0       0       1       1       3       0       1     0.5
EXTRA-PT KICKS     2/2      2/2     6/6     9/9     9/9     9/9     3/3     6/6 100%
2-PT CONVERSIONS   0/0      1/1     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/0     0/1     1/1   57%
FIELD GOALS/FGA    4/5      3/4     2/2     4/4     2/2     3/4     1/3     4/4   3/4
POINTS SCORED       26       31      48      75      69      72      30      62    41.4

DEFENSE            Jax       Ind.     Pitt.    Phil.    Dal.     G.B.     NY-J     S.D. NFL/Avg
POINTS ALLOWED       37        44       23       44       47       44       33       65    41.4
OPP FIRST DOWNS      32        33       37       28       34       36       36       54    34.2
 Rushing             13        16       10        7       10       14        8       16    11.8
 Passing             17        15       22       18       18       17       25       32    19.3
 Penalty               2        2        5        3        6        5        3        6     3.1
OPP YARDS GAINED    594       618      442      546      542      666      537      874   610.8
 Avg per Game       297.0     309.0    221.0    273.0    271.0    333.0    268.5    437.0   315.2
OPP RUSHING(net)    212       363      128      104      169      236      153      287   224.8
 Avg per Game       106.0     181.5     64.0     52.0     84.5    118.0     76.5    143.5   116.0
 Rushes              58        74       45       39       41       45       50       53    52.9
 Yards per Rush        3.7      4.9      2.8      2.7      4.1      5.2      3.1      5.4     4.2
OPP PASSING(net)    382       255      314      442      373      430      384      587   385.9
 Avg per Game       191.0     127.5    157.0    221.0    186.5    215.0    192.0    293.5   199.2
 Passes Att.         49        45       65       56       61       80       66       91    58.9
 Completed           34        27       43       35       36       39       42       59    36.1
 Pct Completed       69.4      60.0     66.2     62.5     59.0     48.8     63.6     64.8    61.2
 Sacked                4        5        7        4        5        6        7        2     4.4
 Yards Lost          32        25       54       28       22       30       32       10    29.5
INTERCEPTED BY         2        0        4        1        0        4        1        1     1.3
 Yards Returned      23         0       18       14        0       90        0       10    16.7
 Returned for TD       0        0        0        0        0        2        0        0     0.2
OPP PUNT RETURNS       5        5        7        4        4        7        7        4     5.0
 Avg return          10.6      13.4      7.0      2.3      8.8      5.9     13.0      5.5     9.8
OPP KICKOFF RET        6        9        7       12       12       10        6        7     7.0
 Avg return          18.5      21.7     19.1     28.5     20.8     21.0     20.3     21.0    22.6
OPP TOUCHDOWNS         4        3        2        5        5        4        3        7     4.5
 Rushing               2        2        1        1        2        1        1        1     1.8
 Passing               2        0        1        3        2        3        2        5     2.3
 Returns               0        1        0        1        1        0        0        1     0.5
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
               TEAM RANKINGS
     American Football Conference
           Offense          Defense
       Total Rush Pass Total Rush Pass
Balt.    3     *1   14   *1      3  *1
Buff.    5      9    4    4      5   7
Cin.    16     10   16   11     15   3
Cleve. 15      13   13   15     11  13
Denver *1       5    1   14     10  14
Hou.    13     12    8    8     14   2
Ind.     6     16    3    9     13   4
Jax     14     14   10    7      9  10
K.C.    12     11    9   12     16   5
Miami 11       15    5   13      6  15
N.E.     8      6    6    6      8   9
Jets    10      7    7    5      4  11
Oak.     4      2   15   10      7  12
Pitt.    9      4   12    3      2   8
S.D.     2      8    2   16     12  16
Tenn.    7      3   11    2      1   6
     National Football Conference
           Offense          Defense
       Total Rush Pass Total Rush Pass
Ariz.    5     12    3    3      6   3
Atl.     6      1   14    8     11   7
Car.    13      7   12    6     10   4
Chi.    15      5   15    2      4   2
Dallas 1        9    2    4      5   6
Det.    12     15    5   15     16  13
G.B.     4      6    6   11     12   9
Minn. 11        2   13   10      3  12
N.O.     7     14    4   14     14  15
Giants 3        3    8    1      2   1
Phil.    2     13   *1    5     *1  10
St. L. 16      16   16   16     15  16
S.F.    10     11    7    9     13   5
Sea.    14      8   11   13      7  14
T.B.     9      4   10   12      8  11
Wash.    8     10    9    7      9   8
     National Football League
           Offense          Defense
       Total Rush Pass Total Rush Pass
Ariz.    7     19    5    7     10  12
Atl.     9      3   26   17     20  18
Balt.    8     *1   30   *1      4  *1
Buff. 16       22   11    5     11   8
Car.    19T    12   18   12     19  13
Chi.    24      9   27    6      8  11
Cin.    31     23   32   21     30   3
Cleve. 30      27   28   28     24  26
Dallas 2       14    3   10      9  15
Denver *1      10    2   27     21  29
Det.    17     30    8   31     32  25
G.B.     6     11    9   22     22  20
Hou.    28     26   20   15     29   2
Ind.    18     32    6   16     28   4
Jax     29     28   22   13     18  16
K.C.    27     24   21   24     31   6
Miami 26       29   14   26     12  30
Minn. 15        4   24   20      7  24
N.E.    22     16   15    9     15T 10
N.O.    10     25    7   29     26  28
Giants 4        5   12    3      5   5
Jets    25     17   19    8      6  17
Oak.    13      2   31   18     13  21
Phil.    3     20   *1   11     *1  22
Pitt. 23        8   25    4      3   9
St. L. 32      31   29   32     27  32
S.D.     5     21    4   30     25  31
S.F.    14     18   10   19     23  14
Sea.    21     13   17   25     14  27
T.B.    12      7   16   23     15T 23
Tenn. 19T       6   23    2      2   7
Wash. 11       15   13   14     17  19
      T = Tied for position
      * = League Leader
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / TEAM/OFFENSE RANK

Tm    (A)   (B)   (C)   (D)   (E)   (F)   (G)   (H)   (I)   (J)   (K)   (L)   (M)   (N)   (O)   (P)   (Q)
BAL    3     9     1     2    14    12     1t    1     2     1    11t    3    16     4t    1     8t   14t
BUF    5     3     9    12     4     3     1t    9    10t   10     1t    1     8     6     6     3    11t
CIN   16    16    10    13    16    16    15     7    16    16     9t   11     2    16    14    15    14t
CLE   15    12    13    11    13    11    11     6    14     7    16     8    12t    7     2    16     1t
DEN    1     2     5     3     1     2     6t    2     1     4     1t   12    10     4t    5     1     1t
HOU   13    13    12     9     8    13    16    16     3t   12    11t   15    12t   13     8     8t    1t
IND    6    10    16    16     3     8    10     4     3t    6    11t    5     9    10    10    10    13
JAC   14    15    14    14    10    14    14    15    10t   13     1t    2     3    14    15    12    11t
KC    12    14    11    10     9    15    12    13    13     9    11t    6t    6     8     3    14     1t
MIA   11    11    15    15     5     9     6t   10     7t   15     8     9    11    15    16    13     1t
NE     8     7     6     8     6     5     1t   11     5t    2     1t    6t    5     1     9     7     1t
NYJ   10     6     7     6     7     6     9    12    15     5     1t    4    14    12    12    11    16
OAK    4     4     2     1    15    10     1t    8     9    11     7    13     4     3    11     6     1t
PIT    9     5     4     5    12     4     1t   14     7t    8     9t   16    15    11     7     4     1t
SD     2     1     8     7     2     1     8     3     5t    3     1t   10     1     2     4     2     1t
TEN    7     8     3     4    11     7    13     5    12    14    11t   14     7     9    13     5     1t

AFC   / OPPONENT/DEFENSE RANK
Tm    (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F)             (G)   (H)   (I)   (J)   (K)   (L)   (M)   (N)   (O)   (P) (Q) (R)   (S)
BAL    1   1   3   3   1   1               3     9     1     1     4t    2    14     9     8     2t 6t 6       1
BUF    4   4   5   8   7   3               7     8     6t    2     9t   13    12     6     2     5   6t 1t     5
CIN   11   6 15 11     3   5              12t   16    10t   11     4t    9     7t   13    13    10   3t 14    15
CLE   15 15 11 10 13 15                    8    13    15    13     9t    3     1    10     9     8   6t 12t   16
DEN   14 16 10 13 14 14                    9    12     6t    7    13     4    15    16    11    14   6t 1t     3
HOU    8   9 14 12     2 10               12t    2t   14    16     1t    1     6     5    12    16   6t 16    11
IND    9   8 13 14     4   6              12t    2t    5    10     1t   15    10     2     5    11   5 11      9
JAC    7 11    9   6 10 13                 4    10     4     8     4t   10     3t    8     4     7   6t 9     12
KC    12 12 16 16      5   9              12t   14     8t   14    14t    6    13    12     7     9   6t 12t   13
MIA   13 14    6   5 15 16                12t    7    10t   12    14t   12     3t    7    10    13   2 15     14
NE     6   7   8   9   9   8               5     6     3    15     4t    7t   11     3     6     2t 3t 5       6
NYJ    5   5   4   4 11    7              10     5     8t    4     9t   14     7t    4     3     6   6t 7t     8
OAK   10 10    7   7 12 12                 6    11    13     5t    1t   11     2    11    14    12   6t 10     7
PIT    3   3   2   2   8   4               2     4    10t    9     4t    7t    5    14    16     4   6t 3      4
SD    16 13 12 15 16 11                   11    15    16     5t    9t    5     9    15    15    15   6t 7t    10
TEN    2   2   1   1   6   2               1     1     2     3    14t   16    16     1     1     1   1   4     2
NFC   / TEAM/OFFENSE RANK

Tm    (A)   (B)   (C)   (D)   (E)   (F)   (G)   (H)   (I)   (J)   (K)   (L)   (M)   (N)   (O)   (P)   (Q)
ARI    5     8    12    16     3     2     1t   12     4     6     4t    5    16    10     2     5    14
ATL    6     7     1     2    14    10    14    14     6t    8     7t   10     6    15    10t   12     1t
CAR   13    13     7    10    12    11     8     9    13t   13t    6     9    12     8     6     7t    1t
CHI   15    14     5     8    15    12     1t    7    15     2     7t    8     9    13    12     7t    1t
DAL    1     1     9     9     2     1    12     1     2     1     1t   14     1     3     3     3     1t
DET   12    11    15    14     5     9    16    13     8t   15     7t    7    10    12    10t    7t    1t
GB     4     2     6     7     6     4     1t    2    10     3t    7t    2     4     4     7     2    15
MIN   11    12     2     4    13    14     9    10     6t   10     1t   11     5     9    13    15    12
NO     7     6    14    12     4     5    15     3    13t    9    14t    1    14     7     9     6     1t
NYG    3     5     3     3     8     8     7     8     3     5    14t    4    13    11     5     4     1t
PHI    2     3    13    13     1     3     1t    5     1     3t    7t    6     8     2     1     1     1t
STL   16    16    16    15    16    16    10    15    16    16     1t   15    15     1     4    16     1t
SF    10     4    11     5     7     6    11    16    11t    7    14t   16     7     5    14     7t   13
SEA   14    15     8     6    11    15    13    11     5    12     7t    3     3    14    15    13     1t
TB     9    10     4     1    10    13     6     6    11t   11     7t   12    11     6     8    11     1t
WAS    8     9    10    11     9     7     1t    4     8t   13t    4t   13     2    16    16    14    16

NFC / OPPONENT/DEFENSE RANK
Tm (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) (I)                      (J)   (K)   (L)   (M)   (N)   (O)   (P) (Q) (R)   (S)
ARI 3    8   6   9   3    9  6   3   4t                      5t   15t    1     2     3     4     2   5t 2t     4
ATL 8    9 11 12     7    7   9  5 10t                       9     5t    2     6    10    12    10   5t 10     6
CAR 6    4 10    8   4    8 12t 14   3                      10    10t    8    14     7     8     6   5t 8      9
CHI 2    2   4   3   2    2 10   8t 9                        4     5t   10     4     8     9     3t 5t 6       7
DAL 4    6   5 11    6    6 12t 4    8                      12     5t    9     7    12    14    11   5t 5      2
DET 15 16 16 16 13 15 12t 13 14                             15     5t    5    13     9     6    16   5t 15    15
GB 11    7 12 14     9    3  1   7 10t                       7    12t    6     8     2     1     8t 5t 4       5
MIN 10 13    3   2 12 13     4 15    6                      13     1t   16    11    11    15     7   1 13     11
NO 14 14 14 15 15 10 11 12 15                                1    10t    7    12     6     2    12   2   9    14
NYG 1    1   2   5   1    1  8   2   1                       2    12t    4     9    13    11     1   5t 1      1
PHI 5 11     1   1 10 14      7  8t 2                        3     1t    3    16    16    13     8t 5t 2t      3
STL 16 15 15 13 16 16 12t 16 16                             16     1t   12    10    15    16    15   5t 16    16
SF   9   3 13    6   5    4  5 10 13                         8    12t   14     5     1     3    13   4 12     10
SEA 13 12    7   7 14 12 12t 1       7                       5t   15t   15    15    14     7    14   3 14     13
TB 12 10     8   4 11 11      2  6   4t                     11     5t   11     1     5     5     3t 5t 7      12
WAS 7    5   9 10    8    5  3 11 12                        14     1t   13     3     4    10     5   5t 11     8
(A) Total Yards per Game
(B) Yards per Play
(C) Rushing Yards per Game
(D) Rushing Yards per Attempt
(E) Passing Net Yards per Game
(F) Passing Net Yards per Play
(G) Passing, Percent Had Intercepted
(H) Sacks per Pass Play
(I) First Downs per Game
(J) Third Down Efficiency
(K) Fourth Down Efficiency
(L) Punt Return Average
(M) Kickoff Return Average
(N) Gross Punting Average
(O) Net Punting Average
(P) Points per Game
(Q) Field Goal Percentage
Combined Offense/Defense Rank
(R) Points per Game Differential
(S) Net Yards per Game Differential
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
NFL / TEAM/OFFENSE RANK

Tm    (A)   (B)   (C)   (D)   (E)   (F)   (G)   (H)   (I)   (J)   (K)   (L)   (M)   (N)   (O)   (P)   (Q)
BAL    8    22     1     6    30    26     1t    1t    5     2    17t    6    32     6t    1    22t   30t
BUF   16    12    22    27    11     8     1t   19    24t   16     1t    2    17t    9     8     7t   24t
CIN   31    32    23    28    32    31    31    14    32    30    14t   19     3    29    26    30    30t
CLE   30    27    27    26    28    24    23    11    29    12    29t   14    24t   10     3    31t    1t
DEN    1     3    10     7     2     4    11t    3     1     9     1t   20t   22     6t    7     1     1t
HOU   28    28    26    20    20    28    32    30     6t   23    17t   29t   24t   22    16    22t    1t
IND   18    23    32    32     6    17    21     6     6t   11    17t    8    20    15    18    25    27t
JAC   29    30    28    29    22    29    29    29    24t   24     1t    3     4    24    27    27    24t
KC    27    29    24    21    21    30    25t   27    27t   15    17t   11t   10    11     5    29     1t
MIA   26    26    29    30    14    21    11t   21    16t   29    11    15    23    26    28    28     1t
NE    22    18    16    19    15    13     1t   23    12t    6     1t   11t    8     2    17    20t    1t
NYJ   25    16    17    17    19    14    20    25    30    10     1t    7    29    20    24    26    32
OAK   13    13     2     3    31    23     1t   18    19t   21t   10    24     5     5    22    19     1t
PIT   23    15     8    13    25    10     1t   28    16t   14    14t   31    30    17    15     9t    1t
SD     5     2    21    18     4     2    16     5    12t    8     1t   18     1     4     6     5     1t
TEN   19t   19     6    12    23    15    27     7    26    26    17t   25    12    14    25    17     1t
ARI    7    10    19    31     5     3     1t   22     6t   13    12t   10    31    23     4     7t   24t
ATL    9     9     3     2    26    18    25t   26    10t   18    17t   22    13    31    20t   16     1t
CAR   19t   21    12    15    18    19    15    16    22t   27t   14t   20t   21    19    12    11t    1t
CHI   24    24     9    11    27    20     1t   13    27t    3    17t   17    16    28    23    11t    1t
DAL    2     1    14    14     3     1    22     1t    3     1     1t   28     2     8     9     4     1t
DET   17    17    30    24     8    16    30    24    12t   31    17t   16    17t   27    20t   11t    1t
GB     6     4    11    10     9     6     1t    4    18     4t   17t    4     9    12    13     3    27t
MIN   15    20     4     5    24    25    17    17    10t   20     1t   23    11    21    29    22t   22
NO    10     8    25    22     7     7    28     8    22t   19    29t    1    27    18    19     9t    1t
NYG    4     7     5     4    12    12    14    15     4     7    29t    9    24t   25    11     6     1t
PHI    3     5    20    23     1     5     1t   10     2     4t   17t   13    15     3     2     2     1t
STL   32    31    31    25    29    32    18    31    31    32     1t   29t   28     1    10    31t    1t
SF    14     6    18     8    10     9    19    32    19t   17    29t   32    14    13    30    11t   23
SEA   21    25    13     9    17    27    24    20     9    25    17t    5     7    30    31    18     1t
TB    12    14     7     1    16    22    13    12    19t   21t   17t   26    19    16    14    15     1t
WAS   11    11    15    16    13    11     1t    9    12t   27t   12t   27     6    32    32    20t   29

Team/Offense Rank
(A) Total Yards per Game
(B) Yards per Play
(C) Rushing Yards per Game
(D) Rushing Yards per Attempt
(E) Passing Net Yards per Game
(F) Passing Net Yards per Play
(G) Passing, Percent Had Intercepted
(H) Sacks per Pass Play
(I) First Downs per Game
(J) Third Down Efficiency
(K) Fourth Down Efficiency
(L) Punt Return Average
(M) Kickoff Return Average
(N) Gross Punting Average
(O) Net Punting Average
(P) Points per Game
(Q) Field Goal Percentage

NFL / OPPONENT/DEFENSE RANK

Tm    (A)   (B)   (C)   (D)   (E)   (F)   (G)   (H)   (I)   (J)   (K)   (L)   (M)   (N)   (O)   (P)   (Q)   (R)   (S)
BAL    1     1     4     4     1     1     6    12     1     1     8t    7    30    21    14     2t   10t   11     1
BUF    5     5    11    14     8     4    12    11    13t    2    20t   24    25    13     3     7    10t    4t    9
CIN   21     9    30    23     3     7    23t   32    21t   25     8t   18    12t   29    28    15t    4t   27    29
CLE   28    29    24    21    26    29    13    23t   30    27    20t    8     1    23    17    12    10t   25t   31
DEN   27    30    21    25    29    28    16t   21    13t   16    27     9    31    32    26    26    10t    4t    7
HOU   15    17    29    24     2    19    23t    5t   27t   32     1t    2    10    11    27    30    10t   31    25
IND   16    13    28    27     4     9    23t    5t   11t   23     1t   27    20     4     7    18t    9    24    20
JAC   13    20    18     9    16    26     7    14     9t   18t    8t   20t    5t   17     6    11    10t   22    26
KC    24    23    31    30     6    14    23t   26    17t   29    28t   12    29    27     9t   13t   10t   25t   27
MIA   26    28    12     6    30    32    23t   10    21t   26    28t   23     5t   15    21    25     2t   28t   28
NE     9    10    15t   20    10    12     8     9     4    30     8t   14t   23     9     8     2t    4t   10    14
NYJ    8     7     6     5    17    11    19     8    17t   11    20t   25    12t   10     4     8t   10t   17t   19
OAK   18    18    13    10    21    22     9    15    25    14t    1t   22     2    26    29    23t   10t   23    16
PIT    4     3     3     3     9     5     2     7    21t   21t    8t   14t    8    30    32     5t   10t    7     8
SD    30    26    25    29    31    20    22    31    32    14t   20t   10    16t   31    30    28    10t   17t   23
TEN    2     2     2     2     7     3     1     2     2t    7    28t   32    32     1     1     1     1     8     6
ARI    7    16    10    17    12    18    14     4     7t    8t   28t    1     4     5    11     5t   10t    2t    5
ATL   17    19    20    22    18    16    18    16    17t   13     8t    3    14    18    22    21    10t   16    11
CAR   12    11    19    16    13    17    23t   28     6    17    18t   14t   26    12    16    15t   10t   14    15
CHI    6     6     8     8    11     6    20    19t   16     6     8t   19     9    14    18     8t   10t   12    12
DAL   10    14     9    19    15    15    23t   13    13t   20     8t   17    15    20    24    22    10t    9     3
DET   31    32    32    32    25    30    23t   27    27t   28     8t    6    24    16    13    32    10t   30    30
GB    22    15    22    28    20     8     3    18    17t   10    20t   11    16t    3     2    18t   10t    4t   10
MIN   20    25     7     7    24    25    10    29     9t   21t    1t   31    21    19    25    17     2t   21    18
NO    29    27    26    31    28    21    21    25    29     3    18t   13    22     8     5    23t    6    15    24
NYG    3     4     5    12     5     2    16t    3     2t    4    20t    5    18    22    20     2t   10t    1     2
PHI   11    22     1     1    22    27    15    19t    5     5     1t    4    28    28    23    18t   10t    2t    4
STL   32    31    27    26    32    31    23t   30    31    31     1t   26    19    25    31    31    10t   32    32
SF    19     8    23    13    14    10    11    22    26    12    20t   29    11     2     9t   27     8    20    17
SEA   25    24    14    15    27    24    23t    1    11t    8t   28t   30    27    24    15    29     7    28t   22
TB    23    21    15t   11    23    23     4    17     7t   18t    8t   20t    3     7    12     8t   10t   13    21
WAS   14    12    17    18    19    13     5    23t   21t   24     1t   28     7     6    19    13t   10t   19    13

Opponent/Defense Rank
(A) Total Yards per Game
(B) Yards per Play
(C) Rushing Yards per Game
(D) Rushing Yards per Attempt
(E) Passing Net Yards per Game
(F) Passing Net Yards per Play
(G) Passing, Percent Had Intercepted
(H) Sacks per Pass Play
(I) First Downs per Game
(J) Third Down Efficiency
(K) Fourth Down Efficiency
(L) Punt Return Average
(M) Kickoff Return Average
(N) Gross Punting Average
(O) Net Punting Average
(P) Points per Game
(Q) Field Goal Percentage
Combined Offense/Defense Rank
(R) Points per Game Differential
(S) Net Yards per Game Differential
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / TOTAL OFFENSE

Rank   Team              Total Rushing Passing   Total Rushing Passing
1)     Denver              927     286     641   463.5   143.0   320.5
2)     San Diego           772     185     587   386.0    92.5   293.5
3)     Baltimore           358     229     129   358.0   229.0   129.0
4)     Oakland             662     450     212   331.0   225.0   106.0
5)     Buffalo             623     181     442   311.5    90.5   221.0
6)     Indianapolis        614      78     536   307.0    39.0   268.0
7)     Tennessee           604     314     290   302.0   157.0   145.0
8)     New England         598     230     368   299.0   115.0   184.0
9)     Pittsburgh          586     300     286   293.0   150.0   143.0
10)    New York Jets       549     216     333   274.5   108.0   166.5
11)    Miami               513     121     392   256.5    60.5   196.0
12)    Kansas City         474     157     317   237.0    78.5   158.5
13)    Houston             234      75     159   234.0    75.0   159.0
14)    Jacksonville        432     131     301   216.0    65.5   150.5
15)    Cleveland           413     144     269   206.5    72.0   134.5
16)    Cincinnati          369     158     211   184.5    79.0   105.5

AFC / TOTAL DEFENSE

Rank   Team              Total Rushing Passing   Total Rushing Passing
1)     Baltimore           154      70      84   154.0    70.0    84.0
2)     Tennessee           404     121     283   202.0    60.5   141.5
3)     Pittsburgh          442     128     314   221.0    64.0   157.0
4)     Buffalo             495     183     312   247.5    91.5   156.0
5)     New York Jets       537     153     384   268.5    76.5   192.0
6)     New England         540     206     334   270.0   103.0   167.0
7)     Jacksonville        594     212     382   297.0   106.0   191.0
8)     Houston             305     183     122   305.0   183.0   122.0
9)     Indianapolis        618     363     255   309.0   181.5   127.5
10)    Oakland             631     196     435   315.5    98.0   217.5
11)    Cincinnati          653     406     247   326.5   203.0   123.5
12)    Kansas City         693     426     267   346.5   213.0   133.5
13)    Miami               738     193     545   369.0    96.5   272.5
14)    Denver              763     230     533   381.5   115.0   266.5
15)    Cleveland           768     284     484   384.0   142.0   242.0
16)    San Diego           874     287     587   437.0   143.5   293.5

NFC / TOTAL OFFENSE

Rank   Team              Total Rushing Passing   Total Rushing Passing
1)     Dallas              867     235     632   433.5   117.5   316.0
2)     PhiladelPhia        859     186     673   429.5    93.0   336.5
3)     New York Giants     795     354     441   397.5   177.0   220.5
4)     Green Bay           764     262     502   382.0   131.0   251.0
5)     Arizona             730     190     540   365.0    95.0   270.0
6)     Atlanta             708     423     285   354.0   211.5   142.5
7)     New Orleans         688     156     532   344.0    78.0   266.0
8)     Washington          664     233     431   332.0   116.5   215.5
9)     Tampa Bay           663     310     353   331.5   155.0   176.5
10)    San Francisco       656     201     455   328.0   100.5   227.5
11)    Minnesota           654     367     287   327.0   183.5   143.5
12)    Detroit             619     111     508   309.5    55.5   254.0
13)    Carolina            604     256     348   302.0   128.0   174.0
14)    Seattle             603     254     349   301.5   127.0   174.5
15)    Chicago             575     298     277   287.5   149.0   138.5
16)    St. Louis           367     104     263   183.5    52.0   131.5

NFC / TOTAL DEFENSE

Rank   Team              Total Rushing Passing   Total Rushing Passing
1)     New York Giants     410     152     258   205.0    76.0   129.0
2)     Chicago             509     167     342   254.5    83.5   171.0
3)     Arizona             527     180     347   263.5    90.0   173.5
4)     Dallas              542     169     373   271.0    84.5   186.5
5)     PhiladelPhia        546     104     442   273.0    52.0   221.0
6)     Carolina            572     220     352   286.0   110.0   176.0
7)     Washington          604     209     395   302.0   104.5   197.5
8)     Atlanta             619     226     393   309.5   113.0   196.5
9)     San Francisco       636     278     358   318.0   139.0   179.0
10)    Minnesota           638     164     474   319.0    82.0   237.0
11)    Green Bay           666     236     430   333.0   118.0   215.0
12)    Tampa Bay           672     206     466   336.0   103.0   233.0
13)    Seattle             703     199     504   351.5    99.5   252.0
14)    New Orleans         807     295     512   403.5   147.5   256.0
15)    Detroit             921     441     480   460.5   220.5   240.0
16)    St. Louis           963     308     655   481.5   154.0   327.5
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / TOTAL OFFENSE

Rank   Team              Total Rushing Passing   Total Rushing Passing
1)     Denver              927     286     641   463.5   143.0   320.5
2)     Dallas              867     235     632   433.5   117.5   316.0
3)     PhiladelPhia        859     186     673   429.5    93.0   336.5
4)     New York Giants     795     354     441   397.5   177.0   220.5
5)     San Diego           772     185     587   386.0    92.5   293.5
6)     Green Bay           764     262     502   382.0   131.0   251.0
7)     Arizona             730     190     540   365.0    95.0   270.0
8)     Baltimore           358     229     129   358.0   229.0   129.0
9)     Atlanta             708     423     285   354.0   211.5   142.5
10)    New Orleans         688     156     532   344.0    78.0   266.0
11)    Washington          664     233     431   332.0   116.5   215.5
12)    Tampa Bay           663     310     353   331.5   155.0   176.5
13)    Oakland             662     450     212   331.0   225.0   106.0
14)    San Francisco       656     201     455   328.0   100.5   227.5
15)    Minnesota           654     367     287   327.0   183.5   143.5
16)    Buffalo             623     181     442   311.5    90.5   221.0
17)    Detroit             619     111     508   309.5    55.5   254.0
18)    Indianapolis        614      78     536   307.0    39.0   268.0
19t)   Tennessee           604     314     290   302.0   157.0   145.0
19t)   Carolina            604     256     348   302.0   128.0   174.0
21)    Seattle             603     254     349   301.5   127.0   174.5
22)    New England         598     230     368   299.0   115.0   184.0
23)    Pittsburgh          586     300     286   293.0   150.0   143.0
24)    Chicago             575     298     277   287.5   149.0   138.5
25)    New York Jets       549     216     333   274.5   108.0   166.5
26)    Miami               513     121     392   256.5    60.5   196.0
27)    Kansas City         474     157     317   237.0    78.5   158.5
28)    Houston             234      75     159   234.0    75.0   159.0
29)    Jacksonville        432     131     301   216.0    65.5   150.5
30)    Cleveland           413     144     269   206.5    72.0   134.5
31)    Cincinnati          369     158     211   184.5    79.0   105.5
32)    St. Louis           367     104     263   183.5    52.0   131.5

NFL / TOTAL DEFENSE

Rank   Team              Total Rushing Passing   Total Rushing Passing
1)     Baltimore           154      70      84   154.0    70.0    84.0
2)     Tennessee           404     121     283   202.0    60.5   141.5
3)     New York Giants     410     152     258   205.0    76.0   129.0
4)     Pittsburgh          442     128     314   221.0    64.0   157.0
5)     Buffalo             495     183     312   247.5    91.5   156.0
6)     Chicago             509     167     342   254.5    83.5   171.0
7)     Arizona             527     180     347   263.5    90.0   173.5
8)     New York Jets       537     153     384   268.5    76.5   192.0
9)     New England         540     206     334   270.0   103.0   167.0
10)    Dallas              542     169     373   271.0    84.5   186.5
11)    PhiladelPhia        546     104     442   273.0    52.0   221.0
12)    Carolina            572     220     352   286.0   110.0   176.0
13)    Jacksonville        594     212     382   297.0   106.0   191.0
14)    Washington          604     209     395   302.0   104.5   197.5
15)    Houston             305     183     122   305.0   183.0   122.0
16)    Indianapolis        618     363     255   309.0   181.5   127.5
17)    Atlanta             619     226     393   309.5   113.0   196.5
18)    Oakland             631     196     435   315.5    98.0   217.5
19)    San Francisco       636     278     358   318.0   139.0   179.0
20)    Minnesota           638     164     474   319.0    82.0   237.0
21)    Cincinnati          653     406     247   326.5   203.0   123.5
22)    Green Bay           666     236     430   333.0   118.0   215.0
23)    Tampa Bay           672     206     466   336.0   103.0   233.0
24)    Kansas City         693     426     267   346.5   213.0   133.5
25)    Seattle             703     199     504   351.5    99.5   252.0
26)    Miami               738     193     545   369.0    96.5   272.5
27)    Denver              763     230     533   381.5   115.0   266.5
28)    Cleveland           768     284     484   384.0   142.0   242.0
29)    New Orleans         807     295     512   403.5   147.5   256.0
30)    San Diego           874     287     587   437.0   143.5   293.5
31)    Detroit             921     441     480   460.5   220.5   240.0
32)    St. Louis           963     308     655   481.5   154.0   327.5
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / TAKE-AWAYS, GIVE-AWAYS

                           TAKE-AWAYS    GIVE-AWAYS      Net
Rank   Team              Int Fum Total Int Fum Total     Diff
1)     Pittsburgh           4   1   5    0   1    1    = +4
2)     Buffalo              2   2   4    0   1    1    = +3
3)     Tennessee            4   1   5    2   1    3    = +2
4t)    Denver               1   1   2    1   0    1    = +1
4t)    Kansas City          0   4   4    3   0    3    = +1
6t)    Baltimore            1   1   2    0   2    2    =     0
6t)    Miami                0   1   1    1   0    1    =    0
6t)    New England          2   0   2    0   2    2    =    0
6t)    San Diego            1   1   2    1   1    2    =    0
10t)   Cincinnati           0   3   3    3   1    4    = -1
10t)   Cleveland            1   0   1    2   0    2    = -1
10t)   New York Jets        1   0   1    1   1    2    = -1
10t)   Oakland              2   0   2    0   3    3    = -1
14t)   Houston              0   1   1    2   1    3    = -2
14t)   Indianapolis         0   1   1    2   1    3    = -2
14t)   Jacksonville         2   1   3    3   2    5    = -2
       Totals              21 18 39     21 17    38    = +1

NFC / TAKE-AWAYS, GIVE-AWAYS

                           TAKE-AWAYS    GIVE-AWAYS      Net
Rank   Team              Int Fum Total Int Fum Total     Diff
1)     Arizona              1   4   5    0   0    0    = +5
2t)    Green Bay            4   0   4    0   1    1    = +3
2t)    Washington           3   1   4    0   1    1    = +3
4t)    Carolina             0   3   3    1   1    2    = +1
4t)    PhiladelPhia         1   1   2    0   1    1    = +1
4t)    Tampa Bay            3   0   3    1   1    2    = +1
7t)    Atlanta              1   1   2    2   0    2    =    0
7t)    Chicago              1   1   2    0   2    2    =    0
7t)    Minnesota            2   0   2    1   1    2    =    0
7t)    New York Giants      1   0   1    1   0    1    =    0
11)    St. Louis            0   0   0    1   0    1    = -1
12t)   Dallas               0   1   1    2   1    3    = -2
12t)   New Orleans          1   1   2    3   1    4    = -2
14t)   Detroit              0   1   1    4   0    4    = -3
14t)   San Francisco        2   1   3    1   5    6    = -3
16)    Seattle              0   1   1    3   2    5    = -4
       Totals              20 16 36     20 17    37    = -1

NFL / TAKE-AWAYS, GIVE-AWAYS

                           TAKE-AWAYS    GIVE-AWAYS      Net
Rank   Team              Int Fum Total Int Fum Total     Diff
1)     Arizona              1   4   5    0   0    0    = +5
2)     Pittsburgh           4   1   5    0   1    1    = +4
3t)    Buffalo              2   2   4    0   1    1    = +3
3t)    Green Bay            4   0   4    0   1    1    = +3
3t)    Washington           3   1   4    0   1    1    = +3
6)     Tennessee            4   1   5    2   1    3    = +2
7t)    Denver               1   1   2    1   0    1    = +1
7t)    Kansas City          0   4   4    3   0    3    = +1
7t)    Carolina             0   3   3    1   1    2    = +1
7t)    PhiladelPhia         1   1   2    0   1    1    = +1
7t)    Tampa Bay            3   0   3    1   1    2    = +1
12t)   Baltimore            1   1   2    0   2    2    =    0
12t)   Miami                0   1   1    1   0    1    =    0
12t)   New England          2   0   2    0   2    2    =    0
12t)   San Diego            1   1   2    1   1    2    =    0
12t)   Atlanta              1   1   2    2   0    2    =    0
12t)   Chicago              1   1   2    0   2    2    =    0
12t)   Minnesota            2   0   2    1   1    2    =    0
12t)   New York Giants      1   0   1    1   0    1    =     0
20t)   Cincinnati           0   3   3    3   1    4    = -1
20t)   Cleveland            1   0   1    2   0    2    = -1
20t)   New York Jets        1   0   1    1   1    2    = -1
20t)   Oakland              2   0   2    0   3    3    = -1
20t)   St. Louis            0   0   0    1   0    1    = -1
25t)   Houston              0   1   1    2   1    3    = -2
25t)   Indianapolis         0   1   1    2   1    3    = -2
25t)   Jacksonville         2   1   3    3   2    5    = -2
25t)   Dallas               0   1   1    2   1    3    = -2
25t)   New Orleans          1   1   2    3   1    4    = -2
30t)   Detroit              0   1   1    4   0    4    = -3
30t)   San Francisco        2   1   3    1   5    6    = -3
32)    Seattle              0   1   1    3   2    5    = -4
       Totals              41 34 75     41 34    75    =    0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / TEAM/OFFENSE INSIDE THE 20

Rank   Team              Poss   Pts   TD   TD%     FG Score Score%
1)     Pittsburgh           6    42    6 100.0      0     6 100.0
2)     Denver              10    60    8 80.0       1     9   90.0
3)     Tennessee            5    31    4 80.0       1     5 100.0
4)     Houston              3    17    2 66.7       1     3 100.0
5)     Kansas City          3    15    2 66.7       0     2   66.7
6)     Oakland              5    24    3 60.0       1     4   80.0
7)     Buffalo              6    30    3 50.0       3     6 100.0
8)     Miami                6    24    3 50.0       1     4   66.7
9)     New York Jets        6    23    3 50.0       1     4   66.7
10)    Indianapolis         5    20    2 40.0       2     4   80.0
11)    New England          8    36    3 37.5       5     8 100.0
12)    Cincinnati           3     7    1 33.3       0     1   33.3
13)    San Diego            6    26    2 33.3       4     6 100.0
14)    Jacksonville         7    20    2 28.6       2     4   57.1
15)    Cleveland            4    13    1 25.0       2     3   75.0
15t)   Baltimore            2     3    0   0.0      1     1   50.0

AFC / OPPONENTS/DEFENSE INSIDE THE 20

Rank   Team              Poss   Pts     TD   TD%   FG Score Score%
1t)    Baltimore            1     0      0   0.0    0     0    0.0
2)     Buffalo              4    10      1 25.0     1     2   50.0
3)     Indianapolis         4    16      1 25.0     3     4 100.0
4)     New York Jets        9    33      3 33.3     4     7   77.8
5)     Tennessee            6    17      2 33.3     1     3   50.0
6)     Cincinnati           5    20      2 40.0     2     4   80.0
7)     New England          5    17      2 40.0     1     3   60.0
8)     Pittsburgh           5    20      2 40.0     2     4   80.0
9)     Denver               7    30      3 42.9     3     6   85.7
10)    Kansas City          5    27      3 60.0     2     5 100.0
11)    San Diego           10    49      6 60.0     2     8   80.0
12)    Cleveland            6    28      4 66.7     0     4   66.7
13)    Jacksonville         6    34      4 66.7     2     6 100.0
14)    Miami                7    34      5 71.4     0     5   71.4
15)    Oakland              5    32      4 80.0     1     5 100.0
16)    Houston              5    35      5 100.0    0     5 100.0

NFC / TEAM/OFFENSE INSIDE THE 20

Rank   Team              Poss   Pts   TD    TD%    FG Score Score%
1)     Dallas               8    42    6   75.0     0     6   75.0
2)     Green Bay            7    38    5   71.4     1     6   85.7
3)     Detroit              3    17    2   66.7     1     3 100.0
4)     New Orleans          3    17    2   66.7     1     3 100.0
5)     PhiladelPhia        11    58    7   63.6     3    10   90.9
6)     Chicago              4    20    2   50.0     2     4 100.0
7)     New York Giants      6    30    3   50.0     3     6 100.0
8)     Arizona             11    44    5   45.5     3     8   72.7
9)     Carolina             7    30    3   42.9     3     6   85.7
10)    Washington           7    29    3   42.9     3     6   85.7
11)    Tampa Bay            8    30    3   37.5     3     6   75.0
12)    San Francisco        6    26    2   33.3     4     6 100.0
13)    Atlanta              7    26    2   28.6     4     6   85.7
14)    Minnesota            5    19    1   20.0     4     5 100.0
15)    Seattle              5    13    1   20.0     2     3   60.0

NFC / OPPONENTS/DEFENSE INSIDE THE 20

Rank   Team              Poss   Pts   TD   TD%     FG Score Score%
1t)    Tampa Bay            4    12    0   0.0      4     4 100.0
2)     Green Bay            4    16    1 25.0       3     4 100.0
3)     San Francisco       11    36    3 27.3       5     8   72.7
4)     Arizona              3    13    1 33.3       2     3 100.0
5)     New Orleans          9    35    3 33.3       5     8   88.9
6)     Seattle              7    33    3 42.9       4     7 100.0
7)     Carolina             4    20    2 50.0       2     4 100.0
8)     Chicago              6    30    3 50.0       3     6 100.0
9)     Atlanta              7    31    4 57.1       1     5   71.4
10)    Dallas               7    37    4 57.1       3     7 100.0
11)    Minnesota            5    21    3 60.0       0     3   60.0
12)    Washington           5    27    3 60.0       2     5 100.0
13)    Detroit              8    41    5 62.5       2     7   87.5
14)    St. Louis            9    48    6 66.7       2     8   88.9
15)    New York Giants      1     7    1 100.0      0     1 100.0
16)    PhiladelPhia         3    21    3 100.0      0     3 100.0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / TEAM/OFFENSE INSIDE THE 20

Rank   Team              Poss   Pts   TD   TD%     FG Score Score%
1)     Pittsburgh           6    42    6 100.0      0     6 100.0
2)     Denver              10    60    8 80.0       1     9   90.0
3)     Tennessee            5    31    4 80.0       1     5 100.0
4)     Dallas               8    42    6 75.0       0     6   75.0
5)     Green Bay            7    38    5 71.4       1     6   85.7
6)     Detroit              3    17    2 66.7       1     3 100.0
7)     Houston              3    17    2 66.7       1     3 100.0
8)     Kansas City          3    15    2 66.7       0     2   66.7
9)     New Orleans          3    17    2 66.7       1     3 100.0
10)    PhiladelPhia        11    58    7 63.6       3    10   90.9
11)    Oakland              5    24    3 60.0       1     4   80.0
12)    Buffalo              6    30    3 50.0       3     6 100.0
13)    Chicago              4    20    2 50.0       2     4 100.0
14)    Miami                6    24    3 50.0       1     4   66.7
15)    New York Giants      6    30    3 50.0       3     6 100.0
16)    New York Jets        6    23    3 50.0       1     4   66.7
17)    Arizona             11    44    5 45.5       3     8   72.7
18)    Carolina             7    30    3 42.9       3     6   85.7
19)    Washington           7    29    3 42.9       3     6   85.7
20)    Indianapolis         5    20    2 40.0       2     4   80.0
21)    New England          8    36    3 37.5       5     8 100.0
22)    Tampa Bay            8    30    3 37.5       3     6   75.0
23)    Cincinnati           3     7    1 33.3       0     1   33.3
24)    San Diego            6    26    2 33.3       4     6 100.0
25)    San Francisco        6    26    2 33.3       4     6 100.0
26)    Atlanta              7    26    2 28.6       4     6   85.7
27)    Jacksonville         7    20    2 28.6       2     4   57.1
28)    Cleveland            4    13    1 25.0       2     3   75.0
29)    Minnesota            5    19    1 20.0       4     5 100.0
30)    Seattle              5    13    1 20.0       2     3   60.0
30t)   Baltimore            2     3    0   0.0      1     1   50.0

NFL / OPPONENTS/DEFENSE INSIDE THE 20

Rank   Team              Poss   Pts     TD   TD%   FG Score Score%
1t)    Baltimore            1     0      0   0.0    0     0    0.0
1t)    Tampa Bay            4    12      0   0.0    4     4 100.0
3)     Buffalo              4    10      1 25.0     1     2   50.0
4)     Green Bay            4    16      1 25.0     3     4 100.0
5)     Indianapolis         4    16      1 25.0     3     4 100.0
6)     San Francisco       11    36      3 27.3     5     8   72.7
7)     Arizona              3    13      1 33.3     2     3 100.0
8)     New Orleans          9    35      3 33.3     5     8   88.9
9)     New York Jets        9    33      3 33.3     4     7   77.8
10)    Tennessee            6    17      2 33.3     1     3   50.0
11)    Cincinnati           5    20      2 40.0     2     4   80.0
12)    New England          5    17      2 40.0     1     3   60.0
13)    Pittsburgh           5    20      2 40.0     2     4   80.0
14)    Denver               7    30      3 42.9     3     6   85.7
15)    Seattle              7    33      3 42.9     4     7 100.0
16)    Carolina             4    20      2 50.0     2     4 100.0
17)    Chicago              6    30      3 50.0     3     6 100.0
18)    Atlanta              7    31      4 57.1     1     5   71.4
19)    Dallas               7    37      4 57.1     3     7 100.0
20)    Kansas City          5    27      3 60.0     2     5 100.0
21)    Minnesota            5    21      3 60.0     0     3   60.0
22)    San Diego           10    49      6 60.0     2     8   80.0
23)    Washington           5    27      3 60.0     2     5 100.0
24)    Detroit              8    41      5 62.5     2     7   87.5
25)    Cleveland            6    28      4 66.7     0     4   66.7
26)    Jacksonville         6    34      4 66.7     2     6 100.0
27)    St. Louis            9    48      6 66.7     2     8   88.9
28)    Miami                7    34      5 71.4     0     5   71.4
29)    Oakland              5    32      4 80.0     1     5 100.0
30)    Houston              5    35      5 100.0    0     5 100.0
31)    New York Giants      1     7      1 100.0    0     1 100.0
32)    PhiladelPhia         3    21      3 100.0    0     3 100.0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / OFFENSE/TEAMS: FIRST DOWNS, THIRD DOWNS, FOURTH DOWNS

                             FIRST DOWNS         THIRD DOWNS        FOURTH DOWNS
Rank   Team              Total Rush Pass Pen   Made Att    Pct    Made Att    Pct
1)     Denver               58   19   30   9      9   20 45.0        1    1 100.0
2)     Baltimore            21   12    8   1      9   17 52.9        0    1   0.0
3t)    Houston              20    5   13   2      3   10 30.0        0    1   0.0
3t)    Indianapolis         40    7   30   3     11   26 42.3        0    2   0.0
5t)    New England          36   14   19   3     13   27 48.1        1    1 100.0
5t)    San Diego            36    8   24   4     10   22 45.5        1    1 100.0
7t)    Miami                35    8   24   3      6   25 24.0        3    4 75.0
7t)    Pittsburgh           35   15   17   3      9   22 40.9        1    2 50.0
9)     Oakland              33   19   12   2      8   26 30.8        4    5 80.0
10t)   Buffalo              31    9   20   2     10   27 37.0        1    1 100.0
10t)   Jacksonville         31   10   19   2      7   25 28.0        3    3 100.0
12)    Tennessee            30   16   13   1      7   26 26.9        0    3   0.0
13)    Kansas City          29    8   18   3     12   31 38.7        0    1   0.0
14)    Cleveland            28    7   16   5     10   24 41.7        0    0   ---
15)    New York Jets        27    9   16   2     11   25 44.0        1    1 100.0
16)    Cincinnati           19    4   12   3      5   26 19.2        2    4 50.0
       Totals              509 170 291 48       140 379 36.9        18   31 58.1

AFC / DEFENSE/OPPONENTS: FIRST DOWNS, THIRD DOWNS, FOURTH DOWNS

                             FIRST DOWNS         THIRD DOWNS        FOURTH DOWNS
Rank   Team              Total Rush Pass Pen   Made Att    Pct    Made Att    Pct
1)     Baltimore             8    1    5   2      2   13 15.4        0    2   0.0
2)     Tennessee            24    4   18   2      8   27 29.6        3    3 100.0
3)     New England          26    8   18   0     14   28 50.0        0    1   0.0
4)     Jacksonville         32   13   17   2      9   24 37.5        0    1   0.0
5)     Indianapolis         33   16   15   2     12   29 41.4        0    0   ---
6t)    Buffalo              34   13   19   2      5   27 18.5        2    3 66.7
6t)    Denver               34    7   24   3      8   22 36.4        3    4 75.0
8t)    Kansas City          36   22   11   3     13   27 48.1        1    1 100.0
8t)    New York Jets        36    8   25   3      9   27 33.3        2    3 66.7
10t)   Cincinnati           37   21   15   1     13   30 43.3        0    3   0.0
10t)   Miami                37   11   20   6     12   26 46.2        1    1 100.0
10t)   Pittsburgh           37   10   22   5     10   25 40.0        0    1   0.0
13)    Oakland              39   13   19   7      9   25 36.0        0    0   ---
14)    Houston              21   10    9   2      6   10 60.0        0    0   ---
15)    Cleveland            44   16   24   4     11   23 47.8        2    3 66.7
16)    San Diego            54   16   32   6      9   25 36.0        2    3 66.7
       Totals              532 189 293 50       150 388 38.7        16   29 55.2

NFC / OFFENSE/TEAMS: FIRST DOWNS, THIRD DOWNS, FOURTH DOWNS

                             FIRST DOWNS         THIRD DOWNS        FOURTH DOWNS
Rank   Team              Total Rush Pass Pen   Made Att    Pct    Made Att    Pct
1)     PhiladelPhia         51   16   28   7     13   26 50.0        0    1   0.0
2)     Dallas               50   17   28   5     14   21 66.7        1    1 100.0
3)     New York Giants      46   20   24   2     11   23 47.8        0    0   ---
4)     Arizona              40   12   23   5     12   29 41.4        2    3 66.7
5)     Seattle              38   15   22   1      8   29 27.6        0    1   0.0
6t)    Atlanta              37   19   13   5     10   28 35.7        0    1   0.0
6t)    Minnesota            37   17   15   5      9   29 31.0        2    2 100.0
8t)    Detroit              36    8   24   4      4   21 19.0        0    1   0.0
8t)    Washington           36   11   20   5      6   24 25.0        2    3 66.7
10)    Green Bay            34   14   19   1     13   26 50.0        0    1   0.0
11t)   San Francisco        33    6   22   5      8   22 36.4        0    0   ---
11t)   Tampa Bay            33    9   24   0      8   26 30.8        0    2   0.0
13t)   Carolina             32   15   16   1      7   28 25.0        1    2 50.0
13t)   New Orleans          32    8   22   2      8   23 34.8        0    0   ---
15)    Chicago              29   15   13   1     16   31 51.6        0    1   0.0
16)    St. Louis            21    6   12   3      3   24 12.5        1    1 100.0
       Totals              585 208 325 52       150 410 36.6         9   20 45.0

NFC / DEFENSE/OPPONENTS: FIRST DOWNS, THIRD DOWNS, FOURTH DOWNS

                             FIRST DOWNS         THIRD DOWNS        FOURTH DOWNS
Rank   Team              Total Rush Pass Pen   Made Att    Pct    Made Att    Pct
1)     New York Giants      24    8   11   5      6   26 23.1        2    3 66.7
2)     PhiladelPhia         28    7   18   3      6   21 28.6        0    0   ---
3)     Carolina             29   12   16   1     10   27 37.0        1    2 50.0
4t)    Arizona              30    9   18   3      6   20 30.0        2    2 100.0
4t)    Tampa Bay            30    7   19   4     12   32 37.5        0    1   0.0
6)     Minnesota            32   10   21   1     10   25 40.0        0    0   ---
7)     Seattle              33    6   22   5      9   30 30.0        1    1 100.0
8)     Dallas               34   10   18   6      8   21 38.1        0    1   0.0
9)     Chicago              35   13   19   3      7   24 29.2        0    2   0.0
10t)   Atlanta              36    9   24   3      8   23 34.8        0    1   0.0
10t)   Green Bay            36   14   17   5      9   28 32.1        2    3 66.7
12)    Washington           37   13   21   3     10   24 41.7        0    0   ---
13)    San Francisco        40   18   21   1     10   29 34.5        2    3 66.7
14)    Detroit              42   23   18   1     12   25 48.0        0    1   0.0
15)    New Orleans          43   12   29   2      5   23 21.7        1    2 50.0
16)    St. Louis            53   18   31   4     12   23 52.2        0    0   ---
       Totals              562 189 323 50       140 401 34.9        11   22 50.0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / OFFENSE/TEAMS: FIRST DOWNS, THIRD DOWNS, FOURTH DOWNS

                             FIRST DOWNS         THIRD DOWNS        FOURTH DOWNS
Rank   Team              Total Rush Pass Pen   Made Att    Pct    Made Att    Pct
1)     Denver               58   19   30   9      9   20 45.0        1    1 100.0
2)     PhiladelPhia         51   16   28   7     13   26 50.0        0    1   0.0
3)     Dallas               50   17   28   5     14   21 66.7        1    1 100.0
4)     New York Giants      46   20   24   2     11   23 47.8        0    0   ---
5)     Baltimore            21   12    8   1      9   17 52.9        0    1   0.0
6t)    Houston              20    5   13   2      3   10 30.0        0    1   0.0
6t)    Indianapolis         40    7   30   3     11   26 42.3        0    2   0.0
6t)    Arizona              40   12   23   5     12   29 41.4        2    3 66.7
9)     Seattle              38   15   22   1      8   29 27.6        0    1   0.0
10t)   Atlanta              37   19   13   5     10   28 35.7        0    1   0.0
10t)   Minnesota            37   17   15   5      9   29 31.0        2    2 100.0
12t)   New England          36   14   19   3     13   27 48.1        1    1 100.0
12t)   San Diego            36    8   24   4     10   22 45.5        1    1 100.0
12t)   Detroit              36    8   24   4      4   21 19.0        0    1   0.0
12t)   Washington           36   11   20   5      6   24 25.0        2    3 66.7
16t)   Miami                35    8   24   3      6   25 24.0        3    4 75.0
16t)   Pittsburgh           35   15   17   3      9   22 40.9        1    2 50.0
18)    Green Bay            34   14   19   1     13   26 50.0        0    1   0.0
19t)   Oakland              33   19   12   2      8   26 30.8        4    5 80.0
19t)   San Francisco        33    6   22   5      8   22 36.4        0    0   ---
19t)   Tampa Bay            33    9   24   0      8   26 30.8        0    2   0.0
22t)   Carolina             32   15   16   1      7   28 25.0        1    2 50.0
22t)   New Orleans          32    8   22   2      8   23 34.8        0    0   ---
24t)   Buffalo              31    9   20   2     10   27 37.0        1    1 100.0
24t)   Jacksonville         31   10   19   2      7   25 28.0        3    3 100.0
26)    Tennessee            30   16   13   1      7   26 26.9        0    3   0.0
27t)   Kansas City          29    8   18   3     12   31 38.7        0    1   0.0
27t)   Chicago              29   15   13   1     16   31 51.6        0    1   0.0
29)    Cleveland            28    7   16   5     10   24 41.7        0    0   ---
30)    New York Jets        27    9   16   2     11   25 44.0        1    1 100.0
31)    St. Louis            21    6   12   3      3   24 12.5        1    1 100.0
32)    Cincinnati           19    4   12   3      5   26 19.2        2    4 50.0
       Totals             1094 378 616 100      290 789 36.8        27   51 52.9

NFL / DEFENSE/OPPONENTS: FIRST DOWNS, THIRD DOWNS, FOURTH DOWNS

                             FIRST DOWNS         THIRD DOWNS        FOURTH DOWNS
Rank   Team              Total Rush Pass Pen   Made Att    Pct    Made Att    Pct
1)     Baltimore             8    1    5   2      2   13 15.4        0    2   0.0
2t)    Tennessee            24    4   18   2      8   27 29.6        3    3 100.0
2t)    New York Giants      24    8   11   5      6   26 23.1        2    3 66.7
4)     New England          26    8   18   0     14   28 50.0        0    1   0.0
5)     PhiladelPhia         28    7   18   3      6   21 28.6        0    0   ---
6)     Carolina             29   12   16   1     10   27 37.0        1    2 50.0
7t)    Arizona              30    9   18   3      6   20 30.0        2    2 100.0
7t)    Tampa Bay            30    7   19   4     12   32 37.5        0    1   0.0
9t)    Jacksonville         32   13   17   2      9   24 37.5        0    1   0.0
9t)    Minnesota            32   10   21   1     10   25 40.0        0    0   ---
11t)   Indianapolis         33   16   15   2     12   29 41.4        0    0   ---
11t)   Seattle              33    6   22   5      9   30 30.0        1    1 100.0
13t)   Buffalo              34   13   19   2      5   27 18.5        2    3 66.7
13t)   Denver               34    7   24   3      8   22 36.4        3    4 75.0
13t)   Dallas               34   10   18   6      8   21 38.1        0    1   0.0
16)    Chicago              35   13   19   3      7   24 29.2        0    2   0.0
17t)   Kansas City          36   22   11   3     13   27 48.1        1    1 100.0
17t)   New York Jets        36    8   25   3      9   27 33.3        2    3 66.7
17t)   Atlanta              36    9   24   3      8   23 34.8        0    1   0.0
17t)   Green Bay            36   14   17   5      9   28 32.1        2    3 66.7
21t)   Cincinnati           37   21   15   1     13   30 43.3        0    3   0.0
21t)   Miami                37   11   20   6     12   26 46.2        1    1 100.0
21t)   Pittsburgh           37   10   22   5     10   25 40.0        0    1   0.0
21t)   Washington           37   13   21   3     10   24 41.7        0    0   ---
25)    Oakland              39   13   19   7      9   25 36.0        0    0   ---
26)    San Francisco        40   18   21   1     10   29 34.5        2    3 66.7
27t)   Houston              21   10    9   2      6   10 60.0        0    0   ---
27t)   Detroit              42   23   18   1     12   25 48.0        0    1   0.0
29)    New Orleans          43   12   29   2      5   23 21.7        1    2 50.0
30)    Cleveland            44   16   24   4     11   23 47.8        2    3 66.7
31)    St. Louis            53   18   31   4     12   23 52.2        0    0   ---
32)    San Diego            54   16   32   6      9   25 36.0        2    3 66.7
       Totals             1094 378 616 100      290 789 36.8        27   51 52.9
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / FIRST-DOWN PLAYS BY TEAMS

Rank   Team              Yds/Play     Plays   Yards
1)     San Diego            6.71         49     329
2)     Baltimore            5.63         32     180
3)     Denver               5.38         64     344
4)     Indianapolis         4.85         59     286
5t)    Pittsburgh           4.78         50     239
5t)    Buffalo              4.78         50     239
7)     New England          4.69         52     244
8)     Jacksonville         4.35         51     222
9)     Cincinnati           4.26         42     179
10)    Oakland              4.22         51     215
11)    New York Jets        4.18         44     184
12)    Tennessee            4.00         49     196
13)    Houston              3.64         28     102
14)    Cleveland            3.57         44     157
15)    Miami                3.14         51     160
16)    Kansas City          2.04         48      98
       TOTAL                4.42        764    3374

AFC / FIRST-DOWN PLAYS BY OPPONENTS

Rank   Team              Yds/Play     Plays   Yards
1)     New England          2.53         43     109
2)     Oakland              3.42         52     178
3)     Baltimore            3.47         19      66
4)     New York Jets        3.65         52     190
5)     Jacksonville         3.73         49     183
6)     Pittsburgh           3.76         54     203
7)     Houston              3.79         28     106
8)     Tennessee            4.02         48     193
9)     Indianapolis         4.29         52     223
10)    Buffalo              4.91         55     270
11)    Kansas City          4.93         54     266
12)    Cincinnati           5.05         57     288
13)    Denver               5.06         49     248
14)    San Diego            5.17         66     341
15)    Miami                5.68         50     284
16)    Cleveland            6.53         55     359
       TOTAL                4.48        783    3507

NFC / FIRST-DOWN PLAYS BY TEAMS

Rank   Team              Yds/Play     Plays   Yards
1)     Atlanta              8.05         55     443
2)     Green Bay            7.88         52     410
3)     Dallas               6.05         58     351
4)     San Francisco        6.04         52     314
5)     Minnesota            6.02         57     343
6)     New Orleans          5.84         50     292
7)     Tampa Bay            5.77         53     306
8)     PhiladelPhia         5.27         62     327
9)     Seattle              5.22         60     313
10)    Arizona              5.19         54     280
11)    New York Giants      5.13         61     313
12)    Detroit              5.05         55     278
13)    Washington           5.02         52     261
14)    St. Louis            4.76         41     195
15)    Carolina             4.74         53     251
16)    Chicago              2.69         48     129
       TOTAL                5.57        863    4806

NFC / FIRST-DOWN PLAYS BY OPPONENTS

Rank   Team              Yds/Play     Plays   Yards
1)     Washington           3.45         53     183
2)     Dallas               3.72         47     175
3)     New York Giants      3.74         42     157
4)     Atlanta              4.19         52     218
5)     Chicago              4.56         55     251
6)     Arizona              4.80         46     221
7)     San Francisco        5.08         59     300
8)     PhiladelPhia         5.11         44     225
9)     Carolina             5.15         48     247
10)    Tampa Bay            5.59         51     285
11)    Seattle              5.62         55     309
12)    Green Bay            5.77         56     323
13)    St. Louis            6.41         64     410
14)    New Orleans          6.82         61     416
15)    Minnesota            7.90         51     403
16)    Detroit              9.17         60     550
       TOTAL                5.54        844    4673
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / FIRST-DOWN PLAYS BY TEAMS

Rank   Team              Yds/Play     Plays   Yards
1)     Atlanta              8.05         55     443
2)     Green Bay            7.88         52     410
3)     San Diego            6.71         49     329
4)     Dallas               6.05         58     351
5)     San Francisco        6.04         52     314
6)     Minnesota            6.02         57     343
7)     New Orleans          5.84         50     292
8)     Tampa Bay            5.77         53     306
9)     Baltimore            5.63         32     180
10)    Denver               5.38         64     344
11)    PhiladelPhia         5.27         62     327
12)    Seattle              5.22         60     313
13)    Arizona              5.19         54     280
14)    New York Giants      5.13         61     313
15)    Detroit              5.05         55     278
16)    Washington           5.02         52     261
17)    Indianapolis         4.85         59     286
18t)   Pittsburgh           4.78         50     239
18t)   Buffalo              4.78         50     239
20)    St. Louis            4.76         41     195
21)    Carolina             4.74         53     251
22)    New England          4.69         52     244
23)    Jacksonville         4.35         51     222
24)    Cincinnati           4.26         42     179
25)    Oakland              4.22         51     215
26)    New York Jets        4.18         44     184
27)    Tennessee            4.00         49     196
28)    Houston              3.64         28     102
29)    Cleveland            3.57         44     157
30)    Miami                3.14         51     160
31)    Chicago              2.69         48     129
32)    Kansas City          2.04         48      98
       TOTAL                5.03       1627    8180

NFL / FIRST-DOWN PLAYS BY OPPONENTS

Rank   Team              Yds/Play     Plays   Yards
1)     New England          2.53         43     109
2)     Oakland              3.42         52     178
3)     Washington           3.45         53     183
4)     Baltimore            3.47         19      66
5)     New York Jets        3.65         52     190
6)     Dallas               3.72         47     175
7)     Jacksonville         3.73         49     183
8)     New York Giants      3.74         42     157
9)     Pittsburgh           3.76         54     203
10)    Houston              3.79         28     106
11)    Tennessee            4.02         48     193
12)    Atlanta              4.19         52     218
13)    Indianapolis         4.29         52     223
14)    Chicago              4.56         55     251
15)    Arizona              4.80         46     221
16)    Buffalo              4.91         55     270
17)    Kansas City          4.93         54     266
18)    Cincinnati           5.05         57     288
19)    Denver               5.06         49     248
20)    San Francisco        5.08         59     300
21)    PhiladelPhia         5.11         44     225
22)    Carolina             5.15         48     247
23)    San Diego            5.17         66     341
24)    Tampa Bay            5.59         51     285
25)    Seattle              5.62         55     309
26)    Miami                5.68         50     284
27)    Green Bay            5.77         56     323
28)    St. Louis            6.41         64     410
29)    Cleveland            6.53         55     359
30)    New Orleans          6.82         61     416
31)    Minnesota            7.90         51     403
32)    Detroit              9.17         60     550
       TOTAL                5.03       1627    8180
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / KICKOFFS (Receiving Team)

Rank   Team              TotKO AdjKO   TB    TB%   EZ    EZ%   OB I20 Avg.Start
1)     Jacksonville          9     9    1   11.1    4   44.4    0   0     31.8
2)     Miami                10    10    1   10.0    4   40.0    1   0     31.0
3)     Oakland              10    10    2   20.0    4   40.0    0   3     29.8
4)     Cincinnati            9     9    2   22.2    6   66.7    0   0     29.0
4t)    New England           6     6    1   16.7    3   50.0    0   0     29.0
6)     San Diego            13    12    5   41.7   12   92.3    0   4     28.3
7)     Tennessee             5     4    1   25.0    2   40.0    0   1     25.5
8)     Cleveland             8     8    2   25.0    4   50.0    0   2     23.8
9)     Pittsburgh            7     7    0    0.0    0    0.0    0   2     22.7
10)    Kansas City          10    10    5   50.0    8   80.0    0   1     22.6
11)    Houston               7     7    1   14.3    2   28.6    0   1     22.4
12)    Baltimore             3     2    1   50.0    1   33.3    0   0     22.0
12t)   New York Jets         9     9    6   66.7    7   77.8    1   1     22.0
14)    Buffalo               8     7    2   28.6    4   50.0    0   1     21.3
15)    Denver               11    11    7   63.6    9   81.8    0   1     20.4
16)    Indianapolis         10    10    1   10.0    5   50.0    0   5     20.0
       Totals              135   131   38   29.0   75   57.3    2 22      25.3

AFC / KICKOFFS (Kicking Team)

Rank   Team              TotKO AdjKO   TB    TB%   EZ    EZ%   OB I20 Avg.Start
1)     Jacksonville          8     6    0    0.0    3   37.5    0   2     19.3
2)     Oakland               9     9    6   66.7    7   77.8    0   2     19.4
3)     Cleveland             6     6    1   16.7    1   16.7    0   1     21.2
4)     Pittsburgh           10    10    3   30.0    5   50.0    0   2     21.5
5)     San Diego            13    13    6   46.2    8   61.5    0   1     22.5
6)     New England          10    10    5   50.0    8   80.0    0   0     23.1
7)     Miami                 6     5    2   40.0    2   33.3    1   1     25.4
8)     Houston               4     4    0    0.0    0    0.0    0   1     25.8
9)     Buffalo              11    10    2   20.0    5   45.5    0   0     26.7
10)    Cincinnati            5     4    2   50.0    2   40.0    0   0     27.5
11)    Denver               15    14    3   21.4   10   66.7    0   6     28.9
12)    Indianapolis          9     8    0    0.0    4   44.4    0   1     29.9
13)    Baltimore             4     4    0    0.0    3   75.0    0   0     30.5
14)    New York Jets         7     7    1   14.3    3   42.9    0   0     30.9
15)    Tennessee             9     9    2   22.2    4   44.4    0   0     33.4
16)    Kansas City           5     5    0    0.0    0    0.0    0   0     40.2
       Totals              131   124   33   26.6   65   52.4    1 17      26.2

NFC / KICKOFFS (Receiving Team)

Rank   Team              TotKO AdjKO   TB    TB%   EZ    EZ%   OB I20 Avg.Start
1)     Washington            9     9    1   11.1    2   22.2    0   1     32.2
2)     Dallas               11    11    2   18.2    5   45.5    0   2     31.0
3)     Seattle              13    12    2   16.7    5   38.5    1   1     29.7
4)     PhiladelPhia         10     9    1   11.1    1   10.0    1   0     29.2
5)     San Francisco        13    12    4   33.3    6   46.2    0   1     26.7
6)     Green Bay            11    10    1   10.0    5   45.5    2   2     25.6
7)     Chicago              10    10    1   10.0    7   70.0    0   3     25.5
8)     Detroit              17    17    4   23.5    9   52.9    0   2     25.4
9)     Atlanta               9     9    2   22.2    4   44.4    0   1     24.8
10)    Carolina              9     9    2   22.2    2   22.2    0   2     24.7
11)    Tampa Bay             9     9    2   22.2    6   66.7    0   1     23.9
12)    Minnesota             9     8    2   25.0    7   77.8    0   1     23.5
13)    New York Giants       6     6    0    0.0    4   66.7    0   2     22.8
14)    Arizona               7     6    2   33.3    2   28.6    0   1     21.5
15)    St. Louis            15    14    2   14.3    5   33.3    0   3     21.4
16)    New Orleans          12    12    3   25.0    6   50.0    0   3     20.9
       Totals              170   163   31   19.0   76   46.6    4 26      25.6

NFC / KICKOFFS (Kicking Team)

Rank   Team              TotKO AdjKO   TB    TB%   EZ EZ%      OB I20 Avg.Start
1)     Tampa Bay            10    10    1   10.0    3 30.0      0   3     20.2
2)     Chicago               9     9    2   22.2    4 44.4      0   4     20.2
3)     St. Louis             6     6    1   16.7    4 66.7      0   1     22.0
4)     Washington            9     9    3   33.3    6 66.7      0   2     22.3
5)     Carolina             11    11    5   45.5   11100.0      0   3     22.4
6)     Atlanta              11    11    2   18.2    6 54.5      0   2     23.5
7)     Green Bay            15    15    5   33.3   11 73.3      0   2     23.7
8)     Arizona              12    11    3   27.3    8 66.7      1   1     25.3
9)     Minnesota            10     9    1   11.1    3 30.0      1   2     25.4
10)    Detroit              10    10    2   20.0    7 70.0      1   2     25.7
11)    San Francisco        11    11    2   18.2    4 36.4      1   2     26.6
12)    New Orleans           9     9    2   22.2    5 55.6      0   1     27.0
13)    PhiladelPhia         15    15    3   20.0    8 53.3      0   4     27.2
14)    Seattle              10    10    4   40.0    4 40.0      0   0     27.3
15)    New York Giants      13    12    0    0.0    1 7.7       0   1     28.0
16)    Dallas               13    12    0    0.0    1 7.7       1   1     29.4
       Totals              174   170   36   21.2   86 50.6      5 31      25.0

Note: Average team drive start DOES NOT include onside kicks or kickoffs at
 the end of a half unless either kickoff is returned for a touchdown. All other
 kickoffs (returned kickoffs, fair catches, touchback and kickoffs out of
 bounds) are included. Kickoffs resulting in the kicking team retaining
 possession are not included.
ADJ KO: Adjusted kickoffs are used to compute the Avg. Team Drive Start.
   I20: The number of drives that start inside (not including) the 20 yd line.
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / KICKOFFS (Receiving Team)

Rank   Team              TotKO AdjKO   TB    TB% EZ     EZ%   OB I20 Avg.Start
1)     Washington            9     9    1   11.1   2   22.2    0   1     32.2
2)     Jacksonville          9     9    1   11.1   4   44.4    0   0     31.8
3)     Dallas               11    11    2   18.2   5   45.5    0   2     31.0
3t)    Miami                10    10    1   10.0   4   40.0    1   0     31.0
5)     Oakland              10    10    2   20.0   4   40.0    0   3     29.8
6)     Seattle              13    12    2   16.7   5   38.5    1   1     29.7
7)     PhiladelPhia         10     9    1   11.1   1   10.0    1   0     29.2
8)     Cincinnati            9     9    2   22.2   6   66.7    0   0     29.0
8t)    New England           6     6    1   16.7   3   50.0    0   0     29.0
10)    San Diego            13    12    5   41.7 12    92.3    0   4     28.3
11)    San Francisco        13    12    4   33.3   6   46.2    0   1     26.7
12)    Green Bay            11    10    1   10.0   5   45.5    2   2     25.6
13)    Chicago              10    10    1   10.0   7   70.0    0   3     25.5
13t)   Tennessee             5     4    1   25.0   2   40.0    0   1     25.5
15)    Detroit              17    17    4   23.5   9   52.9    0   2     25.4
16)    Atlanta               9     9    2   22.2   4   44.4    0   1     24.8
17)    Carolina              9     9    2   22.2   2   22.2    0   2     24.7
18)    Tampa Bay             9     9    2   22.2   6   66.7    0   1     23.9
19)    Cleveland             8     8    2   25.0   4   50.0    0   2     23.8
20)    Minnesota             9     8    2   25.0   7   77.8    0   1     23.5
21)    New York Giants       6     6    0    0.0   4   66.7    0   2     22.8
22)    Pittsburgh            7     7    0    0.0   0    0.0    0   2     22.7
23)    Kansas City          10    10    5   50.0   8   80.0    0   1     22.6
24)    Houston               7     7    1   14.3   2   28.6    0   1     22.4
25)    Baltimore             3     2    1   50.0   1   33.3    0   0     22.0
25t)   New York Jets         9     9    6   66.7   7   77.8    1   1     22.0
27)    Arizona               7     6    2   33.3   2   28.6    0   1     21.5
28)    St. Louis            15    14    2   14.3   5   33.3    0   3     21.4
29)    Buffalo               8     7    2   28.6   4   50.0    0   1     21.3
30)    New Orleans          12    12    3   25.0   6   50.0    0   3     20.9
31)    Denver               11    11    7   63.6   9   81.8    0   1     20.4
32)    Indianapolis         10    10    1   10.0   5   50.0    0   5     20.0
       Totals              305   294   69   23.5 151   51.4    6 48      25.5

Note: Average opponent drive start DOES NOT include onside kicks or kickoffs at
 the end of a half unless either kickoff is returned for a touchdown. All other
 kickoffs (returned kickoffs, fair catches, touchback and kickoffs out of
 bounds) are included. Kickoffs resulting in the kicking team retaining
 possession are not included.
ADJ KO: Adjusted kickoffs are used to compute the Avg. Team Drive Start.
   I20: The number of drives that start inside (not including) the 20 yd line.

NFL / KICKOFFS (Kicking Team)

Rank   Team              TotKO AdjKO   TB    TB% EZ EZ%       OB I20 Avg.Start
1)     Jacksonville          8     6    0    0.0   3 37.5      0   2     19.3
2)     Oakland               9     9    6   66.7   7 77.8      0   2     19.4
3)     Tampa Bay            10    10    1   10.0   3 30.0      0   3     20.2
4)     Chicago               9     9    2   22.2   4 44.4      0   4     20.2
5)     Cleveland             6     6    1   16.7   1 16.7      0   1     21.2
6)     Pittsburgh           10    10    3   30.0   5 50.0      0   2     21.5
7)     St. Louis             6     6    1   16.7   4 66.7      0   1     22.0
8)     Washington            9     9    3   33.3   6 66.7      0   2     22.3
9)     Carolina             11    11    5   45.5 11100.0       0   3     22.4
10)    San Diego            13    13    6   46.2   8 61.5      0   1     22.5
11)    New England          10    10    5   50.0   8 80.0      0   0     23.1
12)    Atlanta              11    11    2   18.2   6 54.5      0   2     23.5
13)    Green Bay            15    15    5   33.3 11 73.3       0   2     23.7
14)    Arizona              12    11    3   27.3   8 66.7      1   1     25.3
15)    Miami                 6     5    2   40.0   2 33.3      1   1     25.4
16)    Minnesota            10     9    1   11.1   3 30.0      1   2     25.4
17)    Detroit              10    10    2   20.0   7 70.0      1   2     25.7
18)    Houston               4     4    0    0.0   0 0.0       0   1     25.8
19)    San Francisco        11    11    2   18.2   4 36.4      1   2     26.6
20)    Buffalo              11    10    2   20.0   5 45.5      0   0     26.7
21)    New Orleans           9     9    2   22.2   5 55.6      0   1     27.0
22)    PhiladelPhia         15    15    3   20.0   8 53.3      0   4     27.2
23)    Seattle              10    10    4   40.0   4 40.0      0   0     27.3
24)    Cincinnati            5     4    2   50.0   2 40.0      0   0     27.5
25)    New York Giants      13    12    0    0.0   1 7.7       0   1     28.0
26)    Denver               15    14    3   21.4 10 66.7       0   6     28.9
27)    Dallas               13    12    0    0.0   1 7.7       1   1     29.4
28)    Indianapolis          9     8    0    0.0   4 44.4      0   1     29.9
29)    Baltimore             4     4    0    0.0   3 75.0      0   0     30.5
30)    New York Jets         7     7    1   14.3   3 42.9      0   0     30.9
31)    Tennessee             9     9    2   22.2   4 44.4      0   0     33.4
32)    Kansas City           5     5    0    0.0   0 0.0       0   0     40.2
       Totals              305   294   69   23.5 151 51.4      6 48      25.5
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / SINGLE-GAME HIGHS / PLAYERS
Most Points-- 18, Parker, Pitt. vs. Hou., 9/7, (3 td, 0 fg, 0 xp, 0 2pt)
Passing Yards-- 377, Rivers, S.D. at Denv., 9/14, (21-33, 377, 3 td, 1 int)
Longest Pass-- 75, Manning, Ind. at Minn., 9/14, (to Gonzalez, Anthony (58) lateral to Wayne, Reggie (17))
Passing Touchdowns-- 4, Cutler, Denv. vs. S.D., 9/14, (36-50, 350, 4 td, 1 int)
Rushing Yards-- 164, McFadden, Oak. at K.C., 9/14, (21-164, 1 td)
Rushing Attempts-- 28, Parker, Pitt. at Clev., 9/14, (28-105, 0 td)
Longest Rush-- 51, C. Johnson, Tenn. at Cin., 9/14
Receptions-- 18, Marshall, Denv. vs. S.D., 9/14, (18-166, 1 td)
Receiving Yards-- 166, Marshall, Denv. vs. S.D., 9/14, (18-166, 1 td)
Kickoff Return Yards-- 192, Sproles, S.D. at Denv., 9/14, (5-192, 1 td)
Kickoff Returns-- 6, Davis, Hou. at Pitt., 9/7, (6-112, 0 td)
Kickoff Returns-- 6, Higgins, Oak. vs. Denv., 9/8, (6-154, 0 td)
Longest Kickoff Return-- 103, Sproles, S.D. at Denv., 9/14, td
Punt Return Yards-- 120, Parrish, Buff. vs. Sea., 9/7, (6-120, 0 fc, 1 td)
Punt Returns-- 6, Parrish, Buff. vs. Sea., 9/7, (6-120, 0 fc, 1 td)
Punt Returns-- 6, Higgins, Oak. at K.C., 9/14, (6-46, 0 fc, 0 td)
Longest Punt Return-- 63, Parrish, Buff. vs. Sea., 9/7, td
Interceptions-- 2, Finnegan, Tenn. vs. Jax , 9/7, (2-1, 0 td)
Longest Interception Return-- 36, Branch, Oak. at K.C., 9/14
Sacks-- 3.0, J. Harrison, Pitt. vs. Hou., 9/7
Scrimmage Yards-- 173, McFadden, Oak. at K.C., 9/14, (Rush 21-164, Rec 1-9)
Longest Punt-- 73, Colquitt, K.C. vs. Oak., 9/14
Punts-- 9, Moorman, Buff. vs. Sea., 9/7, (9-419, 46.6)
Field Goals Made-- 4, Gostkowski, N.E. at NY-J, 9/14, (4-4, 37 lg)
Longest Field Goal-- 56, Janikowski, Oak. at K.C., 9/14

NFC / SINGLE-GAME HIGHS / PLAYERS
Most Points-- 18, Boldin, Ariz. vs. Miami, 9/14, (3 td, 0 fg, 0 xp, 0 2pt)
Most Points-- 18, Westbrook, Phil. at Dal., 9/15, (3 td, 0 fg, 0 xp, 0 2pt)
Passing Yards-- 361, McNabb, Phil. vs. St.L., 9/7, (21-33, 361, 3 td, 0 int)
Passing Yards-- 361, Warner, Ariz. vs. Miami, 9/14, (19-24, 361, 3 td, 0 int)
Longest Pass-- 90, McNabb, Phil. vs. St.L., 9/7, (to Baskett, Hank, td)
Passing Touchdowns-- 3, (6 times in Non-Overtime Games)
Rushing Yards-- 220, Turner, Atl. vs. Det., 9/7, (22-220, 2 td)
Rushing Attempts-- 29, Peterson, Minn. vs. Ind., 9/14, (29-160, 0 td)
Longest Rush-- 68, Graham, T.B. vs. Atl., 9/14, td
Receptions-- 10, Burress, NY-G vs. Wash., 9/4, (10-133, 0 td)
Receiving Yards-- 167, Jennings, G.B. at Det., 9/14, (6-167, 0 td)
Kickoff Return Yards-- 247, F. Jones, Dal. vs. Phil., 9/15, (6-247, 1 td)
Kickoff Returns-- 6, (4 times in Non-Overtime Games)
Longest Kickoff Return-- 98, F. Jones, Dal. vs. Phil., 9/15, td
Punt Return Yards-- 97, D. Jackson, Phil. vs. St.L., 9/7, (8-97, 0 fc, 0 td)
Punt Returns-- 8, D. Jackson, Phil. vs. St.L., 9/7, (8-97, 0 fc, 0 td)
Longest Punt Return-- 76, Blackmon, G.B. vs. Minn., 9/8, td
Interceptions-- 2, Woodson, G.B. at Det., 9/14, (2-41, 1 td)
Interceptions-- 2, Horton, Wash. vs. N.O., 9/14, (2-10, 0 td)
Longest Interception Return-- 86, Willis, S.F. at Sea., 9/14 (OT), td
Longest Interception Return-- 42, Collins, G.B. at Det., 9/14, td
Sacks-- 3.0, Abraham, Atl. vs. Det., 9/7
Scrimmage Yards-- 226, Turner, Atl. vs. Det., 9/7, (Rush 22-220, Rec 1-6)
Longest Punt-- 63, Jones, St.L. vs. NY-G, 9/14
Punts-- 11, Plackemeier, Sea. at Buff., 9/7, (11-450, 40.9)
Field Goals Made-- 5, Longwell, Minn. vs. Ind., 9/14, (5-6, 53 lg)
Longest Field Goal-- 54, J. Brown, St.L. vs. NY-G, 9/14

NFL / SINGLE-GAME HIGHS / PLAYERS

Most Points-- 18, (3 times in Non-Overtime Games)
Passing Yards-- 377, Rivers, S.D. at Denv., 9/14, (21-33, 377, 3 td, 1 int)
Longest Pass-- 90, McNabb, Phil. vs. St.L., 9/7, (to Baskett, Hank, td)
Passing Touchdowns-- 4, Cutler, Denv. vs. S.D., 9/14, (36-50, 350, 4 td, 1 int)
Rushing Yards-- 220, Turner, Atl. vs. Det., 9/7, (22-220, 2 td)
Rushing Attempts-- 29, Peterson, Minn. vs. Ind., 9/14, (29-160, 0 td)
Longest Rush-- 68, Graham, T.B. vs. Atl., 9/14, td
Receptions-- 18, Marshall, Denv. vs. S.D., 9/14, (18-166, 1 td)
Receiving Yards-- 167, Jennings, G.B. at Det., 9/14, (6-167, 0 td)
Kickoff Return Yards-- 247, F. Jones, Dal. vs. Phil., 9/15, (6-247, 1 td)
Kickoff Returns-- 6, (6 times in Non-Overtime Games)
Longest Kickoff Return-- 103, Sproles, S.D. at Denv., 9/14, td
Punt Return Yards-- 120, Parrish, Buff. vs. Sea., 9/7, (6-120, 0 fc, 1 td)
Punt Returns-- 8, D. Jackson, Phil. vs. St.L., 9/7, (8-97, 0 fc, 0 td)
Longest Punt Return-- 76, Blackmon, G.B. vs. Minn., 9/8, td
Interceptions-- 2, (3 times in Non-Overtime Games)
Longest Interception Return-- 86, Willis, S.F. at Sea., 9/14 (OT), td
Longest Interception Return-- 42, Collins, G.B. at Det., 9/14, td
Sacks-- 3.0, Abraham, Atl. vs. Det., 9/7
Sacks-- 3.0, J. Harrison, Pitt. vs. Hou., 9/7
Scrimmage Yards-- 226, Turner, Atl. vs. Det., 9/7, (Rush 22-220, Rec 1-6)
Longest Punt-- 73, Colquitt, K.C. vs. Oak., 9/14
Punts-- 11, Plackemeier, Sea. at Buff., 9/7, (11-450, 40.9)
Field Goals Made-- 5, Longwell, Minn. vs. Ind., 9/14, (5-6, 53 lg)
Longest Field Goal-- 56, Janikowski, Oak. at K.C., 9/14
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

300-Yard Passing Games

377,   Rivers, SD at DEN 09/14 (21-33, 3 TD)
361,   Warner, ARI vs. MIA 09/14 (19-24, 3 TD)
361,   McNabb, PHI vs. STL 09/07 (21-33, 3 TD)
350,   Cutler, DEN vs. SD 09/14 (36-50, 4 TD)
343,   Brees, NO vs. TB 09/07 (23-32, 3 TD)
328,   Rodgers, GB at DET 09/14 (24-38, 3 TD)
321,   O'Sullivan, SF at SEA 09/14 (ot) (20-32, 1 TD)
321,   J. Campbell, WAS vs. NO 09/14 (24-36, 1 TD)
320,   Romo, DAL at CLE 09/07 (24-32, 1 TD)
312,   Romo, DAL vs. PHI 09/15 (21-30, 3 TD)
311,   Manning, IND at MIN 09/14 (26-42, 1 TD)
300,   Cutler, DEN at OAK 09/08 (16-24, 2 TD)


100-Yard Receiving Games

167,   Jennings, GB at DET 09/14 (6 rec., 0 TD)
166,   Marshall, DEN vs. SD 09/14 (18 rec., 1 TD)
164,   Moss, WAS vs. NO 09/14 (7 rec., 1 TD)
153,   Fitzgerald, ARI vs. MIA 09/14 (6 rec., 0 TD)
153,   Bruce, SF at SEA 09/14 (ot) (4 rec., 0 TD)
146,   Royal, DEN at OAK 09/08 (9 rec., 1 TD)
140,   Boldin, ARI vs. MIA 09/14 (6 rec., 3 TD)
137,   Gonzalez, IND at MIN 09/14 (9 rec., 0 TD)
133,   Burress, NYG vs. WAS 09/04 (10 rec., 0 TD)
129,   C. Johnson, DET vs. GB 09/14 (6 rec., 2 TD)
116,   Moss, NE vs. KC 09/07 (6 rec., 1 TD)
112,   A. Johnson, HOU at PIT 09/07 (10 rec., 0 TD)
112,   Bush, NO vs. TB 09/07 (8 rec., 1 TD)
110,   D. Jackson, PHI at DAL 09/15 (6 rec., 0 TD)
110,   Witten, DAL vs. PHI 09/15 (7 rec., 0 TD)
107,   C. Johnson, DET at ATL 09/07 (7 rec., 0 TD)
106,   D. Jackson, PHI vs. STL 09/07 (6 rec., 0 TD)
105,   Scaife, TEN vs. JAX 09/07 (6 rec., 0 TD)
104,   Lewis, PHI vs. STL 09/07 (5 rec., 0 TD)
102,   Baskett, PHI vs. STL 09/07 (2 rec., 1 TD)
102,   Evans, BUF vs. SEA 09/07 (4 rec., 0 TD)


100-Yard Rushing Games

220,   Turner, ATL vs. DET 09/07 (22 att., 2 TD)
164,   McFadden, OAK at KC 09/14 (21 att., 1 TD)
160,   Peterson, MIN vs. IND 09/14 (29 att., 0 TD)
138,   Parker, PIT vs. HOU 09/07 (25 att., 3 TD)
127,   J. Jones, SEA vs. SF 09/14 (ot) (26 att., 1 TD)
123,   Forte, CHI at IND 09/07 (23 att., 1 TD)
116,   Graham, TB vs. ATL 09/14 (15 att., 1 TD)
116,   Jacobs, NYG vs. WAS 09/04 (21 att., 0 TD)
109,   C. Johnson, TEN at CIN 09/14 (19 att., 0 TD)
105,   Parker, PIT at CLE 09/14 (28 att., 0 TD)
103,   Peterson, MIN at GB 09/08 (19 att., 1 TD)
101,   Jones, NYJ at MIA 09/07 (22 att., 1 TD)
100,   James, ARI at SF 09/07 (26 att., 0 TD)
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / LEADING PASSERS
                                    Pct          Avg      Pct              Pct   Rating
Player, Team              Att Comp Comp   Yds   Gain TD    TD Long Int     Int   Points
Roethlisberger, Pit.       33   25 75.8   323   9.79 3     9.1 48    0     0.0   136.3
Rivers, S.D.               60   38 63.3   594   9.90 6    10.0 67    1     1.7   122.5
Cutler, Den.               74   52 70.3   650   8.78 6     8.1 72    1     1.4   118.6
Edwards, Buf.              55   39 70.9   454   8.25 2     3.6 41    0     0.0   107.7
Favre, NY-J                48   33 68.8   375   7.81 3     6.3 56t   1     2.1   104.1
Cassel, N.E.               41   29 70.7   317   7.73 1     2.4 51    0     0.0   101.4
Russell, Oak.              43   23 53.5   235   5.47 2     4.7 24    0     0.0    84.9
Pennington, Mia.           63   36 57.1   363   5.76 2     3.2 24    1     1.6    77.7
Manning, Ind.              91   56 61.5   568   6.24 2     2.2 75    2     2.2    77.5
Schaub, Hou.               33   25 75.8   202   6.12 1     3.0 24    2     6.1    75.6
Garrard, Jac.              63   40 63.5   380   6.03 1     1.6 33    3     4.8    65.6
*Flacco, Bal.              29   15 51.7   129   4.45 0     0.0 15    0     0.0    63.7
Anderson, Cle.             56   29 51.8   280   5.00 1     1.8 23    2     3.6    57.1
Thigpen, K.C.              33   14 42.4   151   4.58 1     3.0 30    1     3.0    54.0
C. Palmer, Cin.            51   25 49.0   228   4.47 0     0.0 36    3     5.9    37.1

AFC / LEADING PASSERS, RANKS
                                    Pct          Avg      Pct              Pct Rating
Player, Team              Att Comp Comp   Yds   Gain TD    TD Long   Int   Int Points
Roethlisberger, Pit.      12t 10t    1t    8      2 3t      2         1t    1t    1
Rivers, S.D.               5    5    8     2      1 1t      1         6t    8     2
Cutler, Den.               2    2    5     1      3 1t      3         6t    6     3
Edwards, Buf.              7    4    3     4      4 5t      6         1t    1t    4
Favre, NY-J                9    7    6     6      5 3t      4         6t    9     5
Cassel, N.E.              11    8t   4     9      6 9t     10         1t    1t    6
Russell, Oak.             10   13   11    11     11 5t      5         1t    1t    7
Pennington, Mia.           3t   6   10     7     10 5t      7         6t    7     8
Manning, Ind.              1    1    9     3      7 5t     11        11t   10     9
Schaub, Hou.              12t 10t    1t   13      8 9t      8t       11t   15    10
Garrard, Jac.              3t   3    7     5      9 9t     13        14t   13    11
*Flacco, Bal.             15   15   13    17     15 18t    14t        1t    1t   12
Anderson, Cle.             6    8t 12     10     12 9t     12        11t   12    13
Thigpen, K.C.             12t 16    15    15     13 9t      8t        6t   11    14
C. Palmer, Cin.            8   10t 14     12     14 18t    14t       14t   14    15

NFC / LEADING PASSERS
                                    Pct         Avg       Pct              Pct   Rating
Player, Team              Att Comp Comp   Yds Gain TD      TD Long Int     Int   Points
Warner, Ariz               54   38 70.4   558 10.33 4      7.4 79t   0     0.0   128.5
Rodgers, G.B.              60   42 70.0   506 8.43 4       6.7 62    0     0.0   117.8
McNabb, Phi.               70   46 65.7   642 9.17 4       5.7 90t   0     0.0   114.1
Romo, Dal.                 62   45 72.6   632 10.19 4      6.5 72t   2     3.2   113.1
Brees, N.O.                65   45 69.2   559 8.60 4       6.2 84t   3     4.6    96.9
O'Sullivan, S.F.           52   34 65.4   516 9.92 1       1.9 63    1     1.9    96.3
J. Campbell, Was.          63   39 61.9   454 7.21 2       3.2 67t   0     0.0    94.3
Manning, NY-G              64   39 60.9   476 7.44 3       4.7 33t   1     1.6    93.0
Griese, T.B.               31   18 58.1   160 5.16 1       3.2 36    0     0.0    82.7
Kitna, Det.                74   45 60.8   538 7.27 4       5.4 47t   4     5.4    78.5
Orton, Chi.                53   32 60.4   299 5.64 0       0.0 32    0     0.0    75.9
Bulger, St.L               58   34 58.6   335 5.78 1       1.7 45t   1     1.7    73.6
Delhomme, Car.             62   35 56.5   375 6.05 1       1.6 37    1     1.6    73.0
Garcia, T.B.               41   24 58.5   221 5.39 1       2.4 26    1     2.4    71.3
Jackson, Min.              59   30 50.8   308 5.22 1       1.7 24    1     1.7    64.8
*Ryan, Atl.                46   22 47.8   319 6.93 1       2.2 62t   2     4.3    60.0
Hasselbeck, Sea.           77   35 45.5   379 4.92 1       1.3 31    3     3.9    48.6

NFC / LEADING PASSERS, RANKS
                                    Pct          Avg      Pct              Pct Rating
Player, Team              Att Comp Comp   Yds   Gain TD    TD Long Int     Int Points
Warner, Ariz              12    8    2     4      1 1t      1       1t      1t    1
Rodgers, G.B.              9    5    3     7      6 1t      2       1t      1t    2
McNabb, Phi.               3    1    5     1      4 1t      5       1t      1t    3
Romo, Dal.                 7t   2t   1     2      2 1t      3      13t     13     4
Brees, N.O.                4    2t   4     3      5 1t      4      15t     16     5
O'Sullivan, S.F.          14   11t   6     6      3 9t     12       7t     11     6
J. Campbell, Was.          6    6t   7     9      9 8       9       1t      1t    7
Manning, NY-G              5    6t   8     8      7 7       7       7t      7     8
Griese, T.B.              17   17   13    17     16 9t      8       1t      1t    9
Kitna, Det.                2    2t   9     5      8 1t      6      17      17    10
Orton, Chi.               13   13   10    15     13 17t    17       1t      1t   11
Bulger, St.L              11   11t 11     12     12 9t     13       7t     10    12
Delhomme, Car.             7t   9t 14     11     11 9t     15       7t      8    13
Garcia, T.B.              16   15   12    16     14 9t     10       7t     12    14
Jackson, Min.             10   14   15    14     15 9t     14       7t      9    15
*Ryan, Atl.               15   16   16    13     10 9t     11      13t     15    16
Hasselbeck, Sea.           1    9t 17     10     17 9t     16      15t     14    17
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / LEADING PASSERS
                                    Pct         Avg       Pct              Pct   Rating
Player, Team              Att Comp Comp   Yds Gain TD      TD Long Int     Int   Points
Roethlisberger, Pit.       33   25 75.8   323 9.79 3       9.1 48    0     0.0   136.3
Warner, Ariz               54   38 70.4   558 10.33 4      7.4 79t   0     0.0   128.5
Rivers, S.D.               60   38 63.3   594 9.90 6      10.0 67    1     1.7   122.5
Cutler, Den.               74   52 70.3   650 8.78 6       8.1 72    1     1.4   118.6
Rodgers, G.B.              60   42 70.0   506 8.43 4       6.7 62    0     0.0   117.8
McNabb, Phi.               70   46 65.7   642 9.17 4       5.7 90t   0     0.0   114.1
Romo, Dal.                 62   45 72.6   632 10.19 4      6.5 72t   2     3.2   113.1
Edwards, Buf.              55   39 70.9   454 8.25 2       3.6 41    0     0.0   107.7
Favre, NY-J                48   33 68.8   375 7.81 3       6.3 56t   1     2.1   104.1
Cassel, N.E.               41   29 70.7   317 7.73 1       2.4 51    0     0.0   101.4
Brees, N.O.                65   45 69.2   559 8.60 4       6.2 84t   3     4.6    96.9
O'Sullivan, S.F.           52   34 65.4   516 9.92 1       1.9 63    1     1.9    96.3
J. Campbell, Was.          63   39 61.9   454 7.21 2       3.2 67t   0     0.0    94.3
Manning, NY-G              64   39 60.9   476 7.44 3       4.7 33t   1     1.6    93.0
Russell, Oak.              43   23 53.5   235 5.47 2       4.7 24    0     0.0    84.9
Griese, T.B.               31   18 58.1   160 5.16 1       3.2 36    0     0.0    82.7
Kitna, Det.                74   45 60.8   538 7.27 4       5.4 47t   4     5.4    78.5
Pennington, Mia.           63   36 57.1   363 5.76 2       3.2 24    1     1.6    77.7
Manning, Ind.              91   56 61.5   568 6.24 2       2.2 75    2     2.2    77.5
Orton, Chi.                53   32 60.4   299 5.64 0       0.0 32    0     0.0    75.9
Schaub, Hou.               33   25 75.8   202 6.12 1       3.0 24    2     6.1    75.6
Bulger, St.L               58   34 58.6   335 5.78 1       1.7 45t   1     1.7    73.6
Delhomme, Car.             62   35 56.5   375 6.05 1       1.6 37    1     1.6    73.0
Garcia, T.B.               41   24 58.5   221 5.39 1       2.4 26    1     2.4    71.3
Garrard, Jac.              63   40 63.5   380 6.03 1       1.6 33    3     4.8    65.6
Jackson, Min.              59   30 50.8   308 5.22 1       1.7 24    1     1.7    64.8
*Flacco, Bal.              29   15 51.7   129 4.45 0       0.0 15    0     0.0    63.7
*Ryan, Atl.                46   22 47.8   319 6.93 1       2.2 62t   2     4.3    60.0
Anderson, Cle.             56   29 51.8   280 5.00 1       1.8 23    2     3.6    57.1
Thigpen, K.C.              33   14 42.4   151 4.58 1       3.0 30    1     3.0    54.0
Hasselbeck, Sea.           77   35 45.5   379 4.92 1       1.3 31    3     3.9    48.6
C. Palmer, Cin.            51   25 49.0   228 4.47 0       0.0 36    3     5.9    37.1

NFL / LEADING PASSERS, RANKS
                                    Pct          Avg      Pct              Pct Rating
Player, Team              Att Comp Comp   Yds   Gain TD    TD Long   Int   Int Points
Roethlisberger, Pit.      28t 24t    1t   20      5 9t      2         1t    1t    1
Warner, Ariz              19   12t   6     7      1 3t      4         1t    1t    2
Rivers, S.D.              13t 12t 14       4      4 1t      1        12t   16     3
Cutler, Den.               3t   2    7     1      7 1t      3        12t   12     4
Rodgers, G.B.             13t   7    8    10      9 3t      5         1t    1t    5
McNabb, Phi.               5    3   11     2      6 3t      9         1t    1t    6
Romo, Dal.                11t   4t   3     3      2 3t      6        23t   24     7
Edwards, Buf.             18    9t   4    12t    10 12t    13         1t    1t    8
Favre, NY-J               23   19   10    16t    11 9t      7        12t   20     9
Cassel, N.E.              26t 22t    5    22     12 17t    19t        1t    1t   10
Brees, N.O.                6    4t   9     6      8 3t      8        28t   28    11
O'Sullivan, S.F.          21   17t 12      9      3 17t    23        12t   19    12
J. Campbell, Was.          8t   9t 15     12t    15 12t    15t        1t    1t   13
Manning, NY-G              7    9t 17     11     13 9t     11        12t   13    14
Russell, Oak.             25   28   25    26     24 12t    12         1t    1t   15
Griese, T.B.              31   30   22    31     27 17t    14         1t    1t   16
Kitna, Det.                3t   4t 18      8     14 3t     10        32    30    17
Pennington, Mia.           8t 14    23    18     22 12t    15t       12t   14    18
Manning, Ind.              1    1   16     5     17 12t    21        23t   21    19
Orton, Chi.               20   20   19    24     23 34t    30t        1t    1t   20
Schaub, Hou.              28t 24t    1t   29     18 17t    17t       23t   32    21
Bulger, St.L              16   17t 20     19     21 17t    25        12t   18    22
Delhomme, Car.            11t 15t 24      16t    19 17t    27        12t   15    23
Garcia, T.B.              26t 27    21    28     25 17t    19t       12t   22    24
Garrard, Jac.              8t   8   13    14     20 17t    28        28t   29    25
Jackson, Min.             15   21   28    23     26 17t    26        12t   17    26
*Flacco, Bal.             32   32   27    34     32 34t    30t        1t    1t   27
*Ryan, Atl.               24   29   30    21     16 17t    22        23t   27    28
Anderson, Cle.            17   22t 26     25     28 17t    24        23t   25    29
Thigpen, K.C.             28t 33    32    32     30 17t    17t       12t   23    30
Hasselbeck, Sea.           2   15t 31     15     29 17t    29        28t   26    31
C. Palmer, Cin.           22   24t 29     27     31 34t    30t       28t   31    32
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / FOURTH-QUARTER PASSING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team           Att Comp Comp% Yards   YPA TD    TD% Int   Int%   Rating
1)   Rivers, S.D.            15    9 60.0    191 12.73 3    20.0   0    0.0   143.8
2)   Russell, Oak.           12    8 66.7     86 7.17 2     16.7   0    0.0   127.1
3)   Schaub, Hou.            13   11 84.6    105 8.08 1      7.7   0    0.0   126.0
4)   Favre, NY-J             11   10 90.9     72 6.55 1      9.1   0    0.0   124.2
5)   Edwards, Buf.           14   11 78.6    107 7.64 1      7.1   0    0.0   122.3
6)   Cutler, Den.            19   15 78.9    136 7.16 1      5.3   1    5.3    92.1
7)   Huard, K.C.             10    6 60.0    109 10.90 1    10.0   1   10.0    91.3
8)   *Flacco, Bal.            3    2 66.7     21 7.00 0      0.0   0    0.0    86.8
9)   Anderson, Cle.          13    8 61.5     94 7.23 0      0.0   0    0.0    83.5
10) Cassel, N.E.             12    8 66.7     69 5.75 0      0.0   0    0.0    81.6
11) Pennington, Mia.         26   16 61.5    163 6.27 1      3.8   1    3.8    76.3
12) Manning, Ind.            34   21 61.8    187 5.50 1      2.9   1    2.9    74.0
13) *Henne, Mia.             12    7 58.3     67 5.58 0      0.0   0    0.0    74.0
14) Thigpen, K.C.            21   11 52.4    118 5.62 1      4.8   1    4.8    65.2
15) Garrard, Jac.            18   11 61.1     97 5.39 0      0.0   1    5.6    52.3
16) Young, Ten.               6    3 50.0     26 4.33 0      0.0   1   16.7    22.2
17) C. Palmer, Cin.          11    5 45.5     45 4.09 0      0.0   2   18.2    17.4

NFC / FOURTH-QUARTER PASSING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team           Att Comp Comp% Yards   YPA TD    TD% Int   Int%   Rating
1)   Manning, NY-G            7    5 71.4     83 11.86 1    14.3   0    0.0   150.6
2)   J. Campbell, Was.       26   18 69.2    258 9.92 1      3.8   0    0.0   113.9
3)   Delhomme, Car.          18   14 77.8    107 5.94 1      5.6   0    0.0   110.0
4)   O'Sullivan, S.F.         9    6 66.7    105 11.67 0     0.0   0    0.0   106.3
5)   Romo, Dal.              13   10 76.9    123 9.46 0      0.0   0    0.0   105.6
6)   Kolb, Phi.               6    5 83.3     53 8.83 0      0.0   0    0.0   103.5
7)   Kitna, Det.             17   11 64.7    175 10.29 2    11.8   3   17.6    98.5
8)   Brees, N.O.             10    6 60.0    100 10.00 1    10.0   1   10.0    87.5
9)   Rodgers, G.B.           13    8 61.5    106 8.15 0      0.0   0    0.0    87.3
10) Warner, Ariz              9    7 77.8     39 4.33 0      0.0   0    0.0    84.7
11) Bulger, St.L             18   11 61.1    149 8.28 1      5.6   1    5.6    82.9
12) McNabb, Phi.             12    8 66.7     65 5.42 0      0.0   0    0.0    80.2
13) *Ryan, Atl.              11    5 45.5     77 7.00 0      0.0   0    0.0    69.1
14) Garcia, T.B.             19   10 52.6    106 5.58 1      5.3   1    5.3    64.8
15) Jackson, Min.            22   12 54.5    101 4.59 1      4.5   1    4.5    62.9
16) Orton, Chi.              14    7 50.0     57 4.07 0      0.0   0    0.0    60.7
17) Hasselbeck, Sea.         19    8 42.1     73 3.84 0      0.0   1    5.3    31.3

NFL / FOURTH-QUARTER PASSING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team           Att Comp Comp% Yards   YPA TD    TD% Int   Int%   Rating
1)   Manning, NY-G            7    5 71.4     83 11.86 1    14.3   0    0.0   150.6
2)   Rivers, S.D.            15    9 60.0    191 12.73 3    20.0   0    0.0   143.8
3)   Russell, Oak.           12    8 66.7     86 7.17 2     16.7   0    0.0   127.1
4)   Schaub, Hou.            13   11 84.6    105 8.08 1      7.7   0    0.0   126.0
5)   Favre, NY-J             11   10 90.9     72 6.55 1      9.1   0    0.0   124.2
6)   Edwards, Buf.           14   11 78.6    107 7.64 1      7.1   0    0.0   122.3
7)   J. Campbell, Was.       26   18 69.2    258 9.92 1      3.8   0    0.0   113.9
8)   Delhomme, Car.          18   14 77.8    107 5.94 1      5.6   0    0.0   110.0
9)   O'Sullivan, S.F.         9    6 66.7    105 11.67 0     0.0   0    0.0   106.3
10) Romo, Dal.               13   10 76.9    123 9.46 0      0.0   0    0.0   105.6
11) Kolb, Phi.                6    5 83.3     53 8.83 0      0.0   0    0.0   103.5
12) Kitna, Det.              17   11 64.7    175 10.29 2    11.8   3   17.6    98.5
13) Cutler, Den.             19   15 78.9    136 7.16 1      5.3   1    5.3    92.1
14) Huard, K.C.              10    6 60.0    109 10.90 1    10.0   1   10.0    91.3
15) Brees, N.O.              10    6 60.0    100 10.00 1    10.0   1   10.0    87.5
16) Rodgers, G.B.            13    8 61.5    106 8.15 0      0.0   0    0.0    87.3
17) *Flacco, Bal.             3    2 66.7     21 7.00 0      0.0   0    0.0    86.8
18) Warner, Ariz              9    7 77.8     39 4.33 0      0.0   0    0.0    84.7
19) Anderson, Cle.           13    8 61.5     94 7.23 0      0.0   0    0.0    83.5
20) Bulger, St.L             18   11 61.1    149 8.28 1      5.6   1    5.6    82.9
21) Cassel, N.E.             12    8 66.7     69 5.75 0      0.0   0    0.0    81.6
22) McNabb, Phi.             12    8 66.7     65 5.42 0      0.0   0    0.0    80.2
23) Pennington, Mia.         26   16 61.5    163 6.27 1      3.8   1    3.8    76.3
24) Manning, Ind.            34   21 61.8    187 5.50 1      2.9   1    2.9    74.0
25) *Henne, Mia.             12    7 58.3     67 5.58 0      0.0   0    0.0    74.0
26) *Ryan, Atl.              11    5 45.5     77 7.00 0      0.0   0    0.0    69.1
27) Thigpen, K.C.            21   11 52.4    118 5.62 1      4.8   1    4.8    65.2
28) Garcia, T.B.             19   10 52.6    106 5.58 1      5.3   1    5.3    64.8
29) Jackson, Min.            22   12 54.5    101 4.59 1      4.5   1    4.5    62.9
30) Orton, Chi.              14    7 50.0     57 4.07 0      0.0   0    0.0    60.7
31) Garrard, Jac.            18   11 61.1     97 5.39 0      0.0   1    5.6    52.3
32) Hasselbeck, Sea.         19    8 42.1     73 3.84 0      0.0   1    5.3    31.3
33) Young, Ten.               6    3 50.0     26 4.33 0      0.0   1   16.7    22.2
34) C. Palmer, Cin.          11    5 45.5     45 4.09 0      0.0   2   18.2    17.4
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / THIRD-DOWN PASSING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team           Att Comp Comp% Yards   YPA TD    TD% Int   Int%   Rating
1)   Roethlisberger, Pit.    12    8 66.7     96 8.00 2     16.7   0    0.0   130.6
2)   Rivers, S.D.            19   12 63.2    161 8.47 3     15.8   0    0.0   129.6
3)   Cassel, N.E.            14    9 64.3    137 9.79 1      7.1   0    0.0   120.2
4)   Favre, NY-J             17   13 76.5    187 11.00 0     0.0   0    0.0   111.6
5)   Edwards, Buf.           19   13 68.4    167 8.79 0      0.0   0    0.0    95.7
6)   Garrard, Jac.           17   11 64.7     73 4.29 1      5.9   0    0.0    93.5
7)   Cutler, Den.            12    6 50.0     63 5.25 2     16.7   1    8.3    70.5
8)   Manning, Ind.           22   13 59.1    171 7.77 0      0.0   1    4.5    64.8
9)   Pennington, Mia.        19    9 47.4     88 4.63 1      5.3   1    5.3    56.5
10) Schaub, Hou.              8    4 50.0     23 2.88 1     12.5   1   12.5    56.3
11) Anderson, Cle.           18    7 38.9     66 3.67 0      0.0   0    0.0    49.8
12) Thigpen, K.C.            10    4 40.0     34 3.40 1     10.0   1   10.0    43.3
13) *Flacco, Bal.             9    3 33.3     26 2.89 0      0.0   0    0.0    42.4
14) C. Palmer, Cin.          17    7 41.2     62 3.65 0      0.0   1    5.9    27.1

NFC / THIRD-DOWN PASSING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team           Att Comp Comp% Yards   YPA TD    TD% Int   Int%   Rating
1)   Romo, Dal.              17   12 70.6    209 12.29 2    11.8   0    0.0   151.3
2)   Brees, N.O.             19   13 68.4    180 9.47 2     10.5   0    0.0   133.7
3)   McNabb, Phi.            16    8 50.0    192 12.00 2    12.5   0    0.0   133.3
4)   Warner, Ariz            16   13 81.3    154 9.63 1      6.3   0    0.0   127.6
5)   Rodgers, G.B.           20   14 70.0    132 6.60 4     20.0   0    0.0   127.5
6)   J. Campbell, Was.       16   11 68.8     83 5.19 1      6.3   0    0.0   101.8
7)   Manning, NY-G           12    8 66.7     91 7.58 0      0.0   0    0.0    89.2
8)   Griese, T.B.            10    7 70.0     66 6.60 0      0.0   0    0.0    87.9
9t) Garcia, T.B.             10    4 40.0     30 3.00 1     10.0   0    0.0    81.3
9t) Orton, Chi.              16    9 56.3    124 7.75 0      0.0   0    0.0    81.3
11) Bulger, St.L             18   10 55.6     92 5.11 0      0.0   0    0.0    69.7
12) Delhomme, Car.           16    9 56.3     56 3.50 0      0.0   0    0.0    63.5
13) Jackson, Min.            18    9 50.0     74 4.11 0      0.0   0    0.0    60.9
14) Hasselbeck, Sea.         18    8 44.4     98 5.44 1      5.6   1    5.6    57.2
15) O'Sullivan, S.F.         14    7 50.0    119 8.50 0      0.0   1    7.1    49.4
16) *Ryan, Atl.              19    9 47.4    106 5.58 0      0.0   2   10.5    25.2
17) Kitna, Det.              14    5 35.7     35 2.50 0      0.0   1    7.1    14.6

NFL / THIRD-DOWN PASSING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team           Att Comp Comp% Yards   YPA TD    TD% Int   Int%   Rating
1)   Romo, Dal.              17   12 70.6    209 12.29 2    11.8   0    0.0   151.3
2)   Brees, N.O.             19   13 68.4    180 9.47 2     10.5   0    0.0   133.7
3)   McNabb, Phi.            16    8 50.0    192 12.00 2    12.5   0    0.0   133.3
4)   Roethlisberger, Pit.    12    8 66.7     96 8.00 2     16.7   0    0.0   130.6
5)   Rivers, S.D.            19   12 63.2    161 8.47 3     15.8   0    0.0   129.6
6)   Warner, Ariz            16   13 81.3    154 9.63 1      6.3   0    0.0   127.6
7)   Rodgers, G.B.           20   14 70.0    132 6.60 4     20.0   0    0.0   127.5
8)   Cassel, N.E.            14    9 64.3    137 9.79 1      7.1   0    0.0   120.2
9)   Favre, NY-J             17   13 76.5    187 11.00 0     0.0   0    0.0   111.6
10) J. Campbell, Was.        16   11 68.8     83 5.19 1      6.3   0    0.0   101.8
11) Edwards, Buf.            19   13 68.4    167 8.79 0      0.0   0    0.0    95.7
12) Garrard, Jac.            17   11 64.7     73 4.29 1      5.9   0    0.0    93.5
13) Manning, NY-G            12    8 66.7     91 7.58 0      0.0   0    0.0    89.2
14) Griese, T.B.             10    7 70.0     66 6.60 0      0.0   0    0.0    87.9
15t) Garcia, T.B.            10    4 40.0     30 3.00 1     10.0   0    0.0    81.3
15t) Orton, Chi.             16    9 56.3    124 7.75 0      0.0   0    0.0    81.3
17) Cutler, Den.             12    6 50.0     63 5.25 2     16.7   1    8.3    70.5
18) Bulger, St.L             18   10 55.6     92 5.11 0      0.0   0    0.0    69.7
19) Manning, Ind.            22   13 59.1    171 7.77 0      0.0   1    4.5    64.8
20) Delhomme, Car.           16    9 56.3     56 3.50 0      0.0   0    0.0    63.5
21) Jackson, Min.            18    9 50.0     74 4.11 0      0.0   0    0.0    60.9
22) Hasselbeck, Sea.         18    8 44.4     98 5.44 1      5.6   1    5.6    57.2
23) Pennington, Mia.         19    9 47.4     88 4.63 1      5.3   1    5.3    56.5
24) Schaub, Hou.              8    4 50.0     23 2.88 1     12.5   1   12.5    56.3
25) Anderson, Cle.           18    7 38.9     66 3.67 0      0.0   0    0.0    49.8
26) O'Sullivan, S.F.         14    7 50.0    119 8.50 0      0.0   1    7.1    49.4
27) Thigpen, K.C.            10    4 40.0     34 3.40 1     10.0   1   10.0    43.3
28) *Flacco, Bal.             9    3 33.3     26 2.89 0      0.0   0    0.0    42.4
29) C. Palmer, Cin.          17    7 41.2     62 3.65 0      0.0   1    5.9    27.1
30) *Ryan, Atl.              19    9 47.4    106 5.58 0      0.0   2   10.5    25.2
31) Kitna, Det.              14    5 35.7     35 2.50 0      0.0   1    7.1    14.6
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / LEADING RUSHERS
Rank Player, Team                Att Yards Avg Long TD
1)   Parker, Pit.                 53   243 4.6 32    3
2)   *McFadden, Oak.              30   210 7.0 50    1
3)   *C. Johnson, Ten.            34   202 5.9 51    0
4)   Jones, NY-J                  39   171 4.4 16    1
5)   Fargas, Oak.                 27   140 5.2 42    0
6)   Lynch, Buf.                  37   135 3.6 21t 2
7)   Tomlinson, S.D.              31   123 4.0 14    0
8)   Young, Den.                  15   114 7.6 49    1
9)   Perry, Cin.                  40   106 2.7 13t 1
10) Lewis, Cle.                   32   100 3.1 24    0
11) White, Ten.                   33    99 3.0 17    2
12) L. Johnson, K.C.              34    96 2.8 22    0
13) Hall, Den.                    17    92 5.4 16    0
14) Bush, Oak.                    16    90 5.6 32t 1
15) L. McClain, Bal.              19    86 4.5 12    0
16) Jordan, N.E.                  13    68 5.2 11    0
17t) Maroney, N.E.                18    67 3.7 17    0
17t) Taylor, Jac.                 23    67 2.9 13    0
19t) Addai, Ind.                  27    64 2.4 13    1
19t) *Rice, Bal.                  22    64 2.9 10    0
21) Sproles, S.D.                  9    56 6.2 18    0
22) Morris, N.E.                  18    53 2.9 22    2
23) Williams, Mia.                21    52 2.5   8   0
24t) Brown, Mia.                  17    48 2.8 11    1
24t) Jackson, Buf.                16    48 3.0   7   0
26) *Slaton, Hou.                 13    43 3.3   8   0
27t) Clayton, Bal. (WR)            1    42 42.0 42t 1
27t) Pittman, Den.                14    42 3.0 13    3
29t) *Flacco, Bal. (QB)            4    37 9.3 38t 1
29t) Washington, NY-J              8    37 4.6 17    0
31) *Charles, K.C.                 8    35 4.4 11    0
32) Garrard, Jac. (QB)             9    34 3.8 11    0
33t) Anderson, Cle. (QB)           7    30 4.3 15    0
33t) Jones-Drew, Jac.             12    30 2.5 11    1
35t) Green, Hou.                   5    28 5.6 14    0
35t) *Mendenhall, Pit.            10    28 2.8   9   0
37) Watson, Cin.                   6    27 4.5   7   0
38) Cassel, N.E. (QB)              6    20 3.3   9   0
39) Roethlisberger, Pit. (QB)      3    17 5.7 17    0
40) Faulk, N.E.                    3    16 5.3   7   0
41t) Cutler, Den. (QB)             7    15 2.1 11    0
41t) Huard, K.C. (QB)              1    15 15.0 15   0
41t) C. Palmer, Cin. (QB)          3    15 5.0   9   0
44) *Hillis, Den.                  3    14 4.7   5   0
45) *Bess, Mia. (WR)               1    13 13.0 13   0
46t) Dorsey, Cin.                  3    10 3.3   7   0
46t) Holmes, Pit. (WR)             1    10 10.0 10   0
46t) Russell, Oak. (QB)            4    10 2.5   7   0
49t) Hall, Ten.                    3     9 3.0   6   0
49t) *Royal, Den. (WR)             2     9 4.5   7   0

NFC / LEADING RUSHERS
Rank Player, Team               Att Yards Avg Long TD
1)   Peterson, Min.              48   263 5.5 34    1
2)   Turner, Atl.                36   262 7.3 66t 2
3)   *Forte, Chi.                46   215 4.7 50t 1
4)   Jacobs, NY-G                36   209 5.8 30    0
5)   Graham, T.B.                25   207 8.3 68t 1
6)   Portis, Was.                44   180 4.1 23    2
7)   J. Jones, Sea.              39   172 4.4 27t 1
8)   Gore, S.F.                  33   157 4.8 41t 2
9)   James, Ariz                 44   155 3.5 13    0
10) Westbrook, Phi.              37   149 4.0 18    3
11) Barber, Dal.                 34   143 4.2 23    3
12) *Stewart, Car.               24   130 5.4 24    2
13) Williams, Car.               29   117 4.0 11    0
14) Grant, G.B.                  27   112 4.1 57    0
15) Norwood, Atl.                20   111 5.6 17    1
16) Dunn, T.B.                   21   103 4.9 17t 1
17) Ward, NY-G                   17    97 5.7 14    0
18) Jackson, St.L                27    93 3.4 15    0
19) *Kev. Smith, Det.            26    88 3.4 14    1
20) Bush, N.O.                   24    79 3.3 26    0
21) Jackson, G.B.                14    73 5.2 19t 1
22) *F. Jones, Dal.              12    72 6.0 22    1
23) Jackson, Min. (QB)           10    66 6.6 19    0
24t) Rodgers, G.B. (QB)          12    60 5.0 21    1
24t) P. Thomas, N.O.             16    60 3.8 18    1
26) Bradshaw, NY-G                5    52 10.4 31t 1
27) Jones, Chi.                  14    45 3.2 12    0
28) *Douglas, Atl. (WR)           2    40 20.0 33   0
29t) *Hightower, Ariz            18    37 2.1 13    2
29t) Taylor, Min.                 9    37 4.1   7   0
31) Weaver, Sea.                  7    36 5.1 12    0
32) O'Sullivan, S.F. (QB)         6    33 5.5 16    0
33) Morris, Sea.                  6    31 5.2 17    0
34) Moss, Was. (WR)               1    27 27.0 27   0
35) *Choice, Dal.                 5    26 5.2 15    0
36) Betts, Was.                   7    25 3.6 14    0
37) McNabb, Phi. (QB)             6    23 3.8 10    0
38) *Lumpkin, G.B.                1    19 19.0 19   0
39) R. Davis, Chi. (WR)           1    17 17.0 17   0
40) R. Johnson, Det.              4    16 4.0 12    0
41t) Hasselbeck, Sea. (QB)        1    12 12.0 12   0
41t) McKie, Chi.                  5    12 2.4   6   2
43) Foster, S.F.                  4    11 2.8   4   0
44) McAllister, N.O.              2    10 5.0   5   0
45t) Booker, Phi.                 5     9 1.8   4   0
45t) Bulger, St.L (QB)            1     9 9.0   9   0
45t) Orton, Chi. (QB)             2     9 4.5 10    0
48t) Hoover, Car.                 2     8 4.0   5   0
48t) *Ryan, Atl. (QB)            11     8 0.7   7   0
50t) Brees, N.O. (QB)             4     7 1.8   9   0
50t) Kitna, Det. (QB)             3     7 2.3   8   0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / LEADING RUSHERS
Rank Player, Team               Att Yards Avg Long TD
1)   Peterson, Min.              48   263 5.5 34    1
2)   Turner, Atl.                36   262 7.3 66t 2
3)   Parker, Pit.                53   243 4.6 32    3
4)   *Forte, Chi.                46   215 4.7 50t 1
5)   *McFadden, Oak.             30   210 7.0 50    1
6)   Jacobs, NY-G                36   209 5.8 30    0
7)   Graham, T.B.                25   207 8.3 68t 1
8)   *C. Johnson, Ten.           34   202 5.9 51    0
9)   Portis, Was.                44   180 4.1 23    2
10) J. Jones, Sea.               39   172 4.4 27t 1
11) Jones, NY-J                  39   171 4.4 16    1
12) Gore, S.F.                   33   157 4.8 41t 2
13) James, Ariz                  44   155 3.5 13    0
14) Westbrook, Phi.              37   149 4.0 18    3
15) Barber, Dal.                 34   143 4.2 23    3
16) Fargas, Oak.                 27   140 5.2 42    0
17) Lynch, Buf.                  37   135 3.6 21t 2
18) *Stewart, Car.               24   130 5.4 24    2
19) Tomlinson, S.D.              31   123 4.0 14    0
20) Williams, Car.               29   117 4.0 11    0
21) Young, Den.                  15   114 7.6 49    1
22) Grant, G.B.                  27   112 4.1 57    0
23) Norwood, Atl.                20   111 5.6 17    1
24) Perry, Cin.                  40   106 2.7 13t 1
25) Dunn, T.B.                   21   103 4.9 17t 1
26) Lewis, Cle.                  32   100 3.1 24    0
27) White, Ten.                  33    99 3.0 17    2
28) Ward, NY-G                   17    97 5.7 14    0
29) L. Johnson, K.C.             34    96 2.8 22    0
30) Jackson, St.L                27    93 3.4 15    0
31) Hall, Den.                   17    92 5.4 16    0
32) Bush, Oak.                   16    90 5.6 32t 1
33) *Kev. Smith, Det.            26    88 3.4 14    1
34) L. McClain, Bal.             19    86 4.5 12    0
35) Bush, N.O.                   24    79 3.3 26    0
36) Jackson, G.B.                14    73 5.2 19t 1
37) *F. Jones, Dal.              12    72 6.0 22    1
38) Jordan, N.E.                 13    68 5.2 11    0
39t) Maroney, N.E.               18    67 3.7 17    0
39t) Taylor, Jac.                23    67 2.9 13    0
41) Jackson, Min. (QB)           10    66 6.6 19    0
42t) Addai, Ind.                 27    64 2.4 13    1
42t) *Rice, Bal.                 22    64 2.9 10    0
44t) Rodgers, G.B. (QB)          12    60 5.0 21    1
44t) P. Thomas, N.O.             16    60 3.8 18    1
46) Sproles, S.D.                 9    56 6.2 18    0
47) Morris, N.E.                 18    53 2.9 22    2
48t) Bradshaw, NY-G               5    52 10.4 31t 1
48t) Williams, Mia.              21    52 2.5   8   0
50t) Brown, Mia.                 17    48 2.8 11    1
50t) Jackson, Buf.               16    48 3.0   7   0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / THIRD-AND-ONE RUSHING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team                Att    FD     Pct
1t) L. Johnson, K.C.               3     3   100.0
1t) L. McClain, Bal.               3     3   100.0
1t) Addai, Ind.                    2     2   100.0
1t) Fargas, Oak.                   2     2   100.0
1t) *Flacco, Bal.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Garrard, Jac.                   1    1   100.0
1t) Hall, Ten.                     1     1   100.0
1t) Jackson, Buf.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Lewis, Cle.                    1     1   100.0
1t) Maroney, N.E.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Morris, N.E.                   1     1   100.0
1t) C. Palmer, Cin.                1     1   100.0
1t) *Rice, Bal.                    1     1   100.0
1t) Vickers, Cle.                  1     1   100.0
15) Pittman, Den.                  3     2    66.7
16t) Anderson, Cle.                2     1    50.0
16t) Evans, N.E.                    2    1    50.0
16t) Perry, Cin.                   2     1    50.0

NFC / THIRD-AND-ONE RUSHING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team                Att    FD     Pct
1t) *Forte, Chi.                   2     2   100.0
1t) Hoover, Car.                   2     2   100.0
1t) Jacobs, NY-G                   2     2   100.0
1t) *Stewart, Car.                 2     2   100.0
1t) Westbrook, Phi.                 2    2   100.0
1t) Brees, N.O.                    1     1   100.0
1t) *Douglas, Atl.                 1     1   100.0
1t) Duckett, Sea.                   1    1   100.0
1t) Foster, S.F.                   1     1   100.0
1t) *Hightower, Ariz               1     1   100.0
1t) Jackson, G.B.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Jones, Chi.                    1     1   100.0
1t) McKie, Chi.                    1     1   100.0
1t) Turner, Atl.                   1     1   100.0
15t) Jackson, St.L                 2     1    50.0
15t) Portis, Was.                  2     1    50.0

NFL / THIRD-AND-ONE RUSHING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team                Att    FD     Pct
1t) L. Johnson, K.C.                3    3   100.0
1t) L. McClain, Bal.               3     3   100.0
1t) Addai, Ind.                    2     2   100.0
1t) Fargas, Oak.                   2     2   100.0
1t) *Forte, Chi.                   2     2   100.0
1t) Hoover, Car.                   2     2   100.0
1t) Jacobs, NY-G                   2     2   100.0
1t) *Stewart, Car.                 2     2   100.0
1t) Westbrook, Phi.                 2    2   100.0
1t) Brees, N.O.                    1     1   100.0
1t) *Douglas, Atl.                 1     1   100.0
1t) Duckett, Sea.                   1    1   100.0
1t) *Flacco, Bal.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Foster, S.F.                   1     1   100.0
1t) Garrard, Jac.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Hall, Ten.                     1     1   100.0
1t) *Hightower, Ariz               1     1   100.0
1t) Jackson, G.B.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Jackson, Buf.                  1     1   100.0
1t) Jones, Chi.                    1     1   100.0
1t) Lewis, Cle.                    1     1   100.0
1t) Maroney, N.E.                  1     1   100.0
1t) McKie, Chi.                     1    1   100.0
1t) Morris, N.E.                   1     1   100.0
1t) C. Palmer, Cin.                1     1   100.0
1t) *Rice, Bal.                    1     1   100.0
1t) Turner, Atl.                   1     1   100.0
1t) Vickers, Cle.                  1     1   100.0
29) Pittman, Den.                  3     2    66.7
30t) Anderson, Cle.                2     1    50.0
30t) Evans, N.E.                   2     1    50.0
30t) Jackson, St.L                 2     1    50.0
30t) Perry, Cin.                   2     1    50.0
30t) Portis, Was.                  2     1    50.0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / LEADERS IN RECEPTIONS
Rank Player, Team                Rec Yards Avg Long TD
1)   Marshall, Den.               18   166 9.2 34    1
2)   Wayne, Ind.                  15   179 11.9 32t 2
3t) Gonzalez, Ind.                14   185 13.2 58   0
3t) *Royal, Den.                  14   183 13.1 29   2
5)   Welker, N.E.                 13   123 9.5 26    0
6)   Winslow, Cle. (TE)           12   102 8.5 19    1
7t) Bowe, K.C.                    11   139 12.6 30   1
7t) Ward, Pit.                    11   135 12.3 31   3
7t) M. Jones, Jac.                11   130 11.8 33   0
7t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           11    94 8.5 20    1
11) A. Johnson, Hou.              10   112 11.2 24   0
12t) Jackson, S.D.                 9   120 13.3 25   1
12t) Harrison, Ind.                9    92 10.2 19   0
14t) Evans, Buf.                   8   179 22.4 41   0
14t) Moss, N.E.                    8   138 17.3 51   1
14t) Gates, S.D. (TE)              8   122 15.3 25   1
14t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)             8    84 10.5 17   1
18t) Scheffler, Den. (TE)          7   136 19.4 72   2
18t) Holmes, Pit.                  7   113 16.1 48   0
18t) Scaife, Ten. (TE)             7   111 15.9 44   0
18t) Camarillo, Mia.               7    86 12.3 18   0
18t) Martin, Mia. (TE)             7    85 12.1 24   1
18t) Gage, Ten.                    7    84 12.0 21   1
18t) Jackson, Buf. (RB)            7    83 11.9 33   0
18t) Reed, Buf.                    7    73 10.4 24   0
18t) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)         7    62 8.9 15    0
18t) Morris, N.E. (RB)             7    41 5.9 11    0
28t) Stuckey, NY-J                 6    80 13.3 28   2
28t) Houshmandzadeh, Cin.          6    70 11.7 24   0
28t) Miller, Oak. (TE)             6    58 9.7 21    0
28t) R. Williams, Jac.             6    53 8.8 14    0
28t) Royal, Buf. (TE)              6    52 8.7 30t 1
28t) Washington, NY-J (RB)         6    39 6.5 13    0
28t) Rhodes, Ind. (RB)             6    38 6.3 10    0
35t) Chambers, S.D.                5   127 25.4 48t 3
35t) *Tolbert, S.D. (RB)           5   103 20.6 67   0
35t) Stokley, Den.                 5    72 14.4 20   0
35t) C. Johnson, Cin.              5    59 11.8 22   0
35t) Miller, Pit. (TE)             5    59 11.8 19   0
35t) Northcutt, Jac.               5    55 11.0 14   0
35t) Griffith, Oak. (RB)           5    50 10.0 24   0
35t) Brown, Mia. (RB)              5    47 9.4 13    0
35t) Edwards, Cle.                 5    46 9.2 13    0
35t) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)        5    46 9.2 20    1
35t) *Santi, Ind. (TE)             5    29 5.8 13    0
35t) Tomlinson, S.D. (RB)          5    29 5.8 16    0
35t) Williams, Mia. (RB)           5    16 3.2 15    0
35t) Jones, NY-J (RB)              5     7 1.4   8   0

NFC / LEADERS IN RECEPTIONS
Rank Player, Team               Rec Yards Avg Long TD
1t) Burress, NY-G                15   214 14.3 33t 1
1t) Bush, N.O. (RB)              15   175 11.7 42t 1
3)   Boldin, Ariz                14   222 15.9 79t 3
4t) C. Johnson, Det.             13   236 18.2 47t 2
4t) Witten, Dal. (TE)            13   206 15.8 42   0
6t) *D. Jackson, Phi.            12   216 18.0 60   0
6t) Moss, Was.                   12   201 16.8 67t 2
8t) Jennings, G.B.               11   258 23.5 62   0
8t) Randle El, Was.              11   126 11.5 26   0
8t) Muhammad, Car.               11   115 10.5 33   0
8t) Driver, G.B.                 11    90 8.2 25    1
12t) *Carlson, Sea. (TE)         10   130 13.0 20   0
12t) Hilliard, T.B.              10    86 8.6 13    1
12t) Jackson, St.L (RB)          10    71 7.1 24    0
15t) Fitzgerald, Ariz             9   184 20.4 75   1
15t) Johnson, S.F.                9   126 14.0 31   1
15t) Gore, S.F. (RB)              9    93 10.3 22   0
18t) Owens, Dal.                  8   176 22.0 72t 3
18t) Lewis, Phi.                  8   140 17.5 52   0
18t) Crayton, Dal.                8   105 13.1 25   0
18t) Rosario, Car. (TE)           8   102 12.8 24   1
18t) Toomer, NY-G                 8    79 9.9 18    1
18t) Shockey, N.O. (TE)           8    76 9.5 26    0
18t) Galloway, T.B.               8    74 9.3 13    0
18t) McDonald, Det.               8    56 7.0 11    0
18t) *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)       8    53 6.6 12    0
18t) Westbrook, Phi. (RB)         8    46 5.8 18    2
28t) McMichael, St.L (TE)         7   101 14.4 31   0
28t) Lloyd, Chi.                  7    92 13.1 32   0
28t) Holt, St.L                   7    85 12.1 45t 1
28t) Barber, Dal. (RB)            7    72 10.3 25   1
32t) White, Atl.                  6   113 18.8 46   0
32t) Williams, Det.               6    95 15.8 23   1
32t) Patten, N.O.                 6    94 15.7 39t 1
32t) Cooley, Was. (TE)            6    79 13.2 27   0
32t) Hackett, Car.                6    70 11.7 37   0
32t) L. Smith, Phi. (TE)          6    49 8.2 10    1
32t) *Forte, Chi. (RB)            6    39 6.5   9   0
32t) Askew, T.B. (RB)             6    21 3.5 13    0
40t) Avant, Phi.                  5    73 14.6 31   0
40t) Battle, S.F.                 5    60 12.0 16   0
40t) Burleson, Sea.               5    60 12.0 20t 1
40t) D. Lee, G.B. (TE)            5    37 7.4 26    0
40t) J. Jones, Sea. (RB)          5    31 6.2 17    0
40t) Peterson, Min. (RB)          5    31 6.2 13    0
40t) D. Hall, St.L                5    26 5.2   8   0
40t) R. Davis, Chi.               5    21 4.2   5   0
48t) Bruce, S.F.                  4   153 38.3 63   0
48t) Baskett, Phi.                4   112 28.0 90t 1
48t) Breaston, Ariz               4    72 18.0 40   0
48t) Clark, Chi. (TE)             4    67 16.8 26   0
48t) Robinson, Atl.               4    45 11.3 23   0
48t) Shiancoe, Min. (TE)          4    44 11.0 23   0
48t) Olsen, Chi. (TE)             4    43 10.8 29   0
48t) *Hightower, Ariz (RB)        4    41 10.3 20   0
48t) P. Thomas, N.O. (RB)         4    40 10.0 18   0
48t) Graham, T.B. (RB)            4    39 9.8 18    0
48t) A. Smith, T.B. (TE)          4    39 9.8 11    0
48t) Taylor, Sea.                 4    39 9.8 17    0
48t) Furrey, Det.                 4    36 9.0 14    0
48t) Smith, NY-G                  4    34 8.5 11    0
48t) Fitzsimmons, Det. (RB)       4    33 8.3 16    1
48t) Dunn, T.B. (RB)              4    32 8.0 12    0
48t) Patrick, Ariz (TE)           4    30 7.5 15    0
48t) Jones, G.B.                  4    29 7.3   9t 1
48t) Jackson, G.B. (RB)           4    20 5.0 13    0
48t) Taylor, Min. (RB)            4    19 4.8 14    0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / LEADERS IN RECEPTIONS
Rank Player, Team                Rec Yards Avg Long TD
1)   Marshall, Den.               18   166 9.2 34    1
2t) Burress, NY-G                 15   214 14.3 33t 1
2t) Wayne, Ind.                   15   179 11.9 32t 2
2t) Bush, N.O. (RB)               15   175 11.7 42t 1
5t) Boldin, Ariz                  14   222 15.9 79t 3
5t) Gonzalez, Ind.                14   185 13.2 58   0
5t) *Royal, Den.                  14   183 13.1 29   2
8t) C. Johnson, Det.              13   236 18.2 47t 2
8t) Witten, Dal. (TE)             13   206 15.8 42   0
8t) Welker, N.E.                  13   123 9.5 26    0
11t) *D. Jackson, Phi.            12   216 18.0 60   0
11t) Moss, Was.                   12   201 16.8 67t 2
11t) Winslow, Cle. (TE)           12   102 8.5 19    1
14t) Jennings, G.B.               11   258 23.5 62   0
14t) Bowe, K.C.                   11   139 12.6 30   1
14t) Ward, Pit.                   11   135 12.3 31   3
14t) M. Jones, Jac.               11   130 11.8 33   0
14t) Randle El, Was.              11   126 11.5 26   0
14t) Muhammad, Car.               11   115 10.5 33   0
14t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)          11    94 8.5 20    1
14t) Driver, G.B.                 11    90 8.2 25    1
22t) *Carlson, Sea. (TE)          10   130 13.0 20   0
22t) A. Johnson, Hou.             10   112 11.2 24   0
22t) Hilliard, T.B.               10    86 8.6 13    1
22t) Jackson, St.L (RB)           10    71 7.1 24    0
26t) Fitzgerald, Ariz              9   184 20.4 75   1
26t) Johnson, S.F.                 9   126 14.0 31   1
26t) Jackson, S.D.                 9   120 13.3 25   1
26t) Gore, S.F. (RB)               9    93 10.3 22   0
26t) Harrison, Ind.                9    92 10.2 19   0
31t) Evans, Buf.                   8   179 22.4 41   0
31t) Owens, Dal.                   8   176 22.0 72t 3
31t) Lewis, Phi.                   8   140 17.5 52   0
31t) Moss, N.E.                    8   138 17.3 51   1
31t) Gates, S.D. (TE)              8   122 15.3 25   1
31t) Crayton, Dal.                 8   105 13.1 25   0
31t) Rosario, Car. (TE)            8   102 12.8 24   1
31t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)             8    84 10.5 17   1
31t) Toomer, NY-G                  8    79 9.9 18    1
31t) Shockey, N.O. (TE)            8    76 9.5 26    0
31t) Galloway, T.B.                8    74 9.3 13    0
31t) McDonald, Det.                8    56 7.0 11    0
31t) *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)        8    53 6.6 12    0
31t) Westbrook, Phi. (RB)          8    46 5.8 18    2
45t) Scheffler, Den. (TE)          7   136 19.4 72   2
45t) Holmes, Pit.                  7   113 16.1 48   0
45t) Scaife, Ten. (TE)             7   111 15.9 44   0
45t) McMichael, St.L (TE)          7   101 14.4 31   0
45t) Lloyd, Chi.                   7    92 13.1 32   0
45t) Camarillo, Mia.               7    86 12.3 18   0
45t) Holt, St.L                    7    85 12.1 45t 1
45t) Martin, Mia. (TE)             7    85 12.1 24   1
45t) Gage, Ten.                    7    84 12.0 21   1
45t) Jackson, Buf. (RB)            7    83 11.9 33   0
45t) Reed, Buf.                    7    73 10.4 24   0
45t) Barber, Dal. (RB)             7    72 10.3 25   1
45t) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)         7    62 8.9 15    0
45t) Morris, N.E. (RB)             7    41 5.9 11    0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / RECEIVING YARDAGE LEADERS
Rank Player, Team               Yards Rec Avg Long TD
1)   Gonzalez, Ind.               185 14 13.2 58    0
2)   *Royal, Den.                 183 14 13.1 29    2
3t) Evans, Buf.                   179   8 22.4 41   0
3t) Wayne, Ind.                   179 15 11.9 32t 2
5)   Marshall, Den.               166 18 9.2 34     1
6)   Bowe, K.C.                   139 11 12.6 30    1
7)   Moss, N.E.                   138   8 17.3 51   1
8)   Scheffler, Den. (TE)         136   7 19.4 72   2
9)   Ward, Pit.                   135 11 12.3 31    3
10) M. Jones, Jac.                130 11 11.8 33    0
11) Chambers, S.D.                127   5 25.4 48t 3
12) Welker, N.E.                  123 13 9.5 26     0
13) Gates, S.D. (TE)              122   8 15.3 25   1
14) Jackson, S.D.                 120   9 13.3 25   1
15) Holmes, Pit.                  113   7 16.1 48   0
16) A. Johnson, Hou.              112 10 11.2 24    0
17) Scaife, Ten. (TE)             111   7 15.9 44   0
18) *Tolbert, S.D. (RB)           103   5 20.6 67   0
19) Winslow, Cle. (TE)            102 12 8.5 19     1
20) Cotchery, NY-J                100   4 25.0 56t 1
21) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)            94 11 8.5 20     1
22) Harrison, Ind.                 92   9 10.2 19   0
23) Camarillo, Mia.                86   7 12.3 18   0
24) Martin, Mia. (TE)              85   7 12.1 24   1
25t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)             84   8 10.5 17   1
25t) Gage, Ten.                    84   7 12.0 21   1
27) Jackson, Buf. (RB)             83   7 11.9 33   0
28) Stuckey, NY-J                  80   6 13.3 28   2
29) Darling, K.C.                  78   2 39.0 68   0
30) Coles, NY-J                    77   4 19.3 54   0
31) Reed, Buf.                     73   7 10.4 24   0
32t) Sproles, S.D. (RB)            72   2 36.0 66t 1
32t) Stokley, Den.                 72   5 14.4 20   0
34) Houshmandzadeh, Cin.           70   6 11.7 24   0
35) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)          62   7 8.9 15    0
36t) C. Johnson, Cin.              59   5 11.8 22   0
36t) Miller, Pit. (TE)             59   5 11.8 19   0
38) Miller, Oak. (TE)              58   6 9.7 21    0
39) Northcutt, Jac.                55   5 11.0 14   0
40) R. Williams, Jac.              53   6 8.8 14    0
41) Royal, Buf. (TE)               52   6 8.7 30t 1
42) Hagan, Mia.                    51   3 17.0 20   0
43t) Faulk, N.E. (RB)              50   4 12.5 22   0
43t) Griffith, Oak. (RB)           50   5 10.0 24   0
45) Dorsey, Cin. (RB)              49   2 24.5 36   0
46t) D. Jackson, Den.              48   1 48.0 48t 1
46t) Lelie, Oak.                   48   4 12.0 22   1
48) Brown, Mia. (RB)               47   5 9.4 13    0
49t) Edwards, Cle.                 46   5 9.2 13    0
49t) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)        46   5 9.2 20    1

NFC / RECEIVING YARDAGE LEADERS
Rank Player, Team               Yards Rec Avg Long TD
1)   Jennings, G.B.               258 11 23.5 62    0
2)   C. Johnson, Det.             236 13 18.2 47t 2
3)   Boldin, Ariz                 222 14 15.9 79t 3
4)   *D. Jackson, Phi.            216 12 18.0 60    0
5)   Burress, NY-G                214 15 14.3 33t 1
6)   Witten, Dal. (TE)            206 13 15.8 42    0
7)   Moss, Was.                   201 12 16.8 67t 2
8)   Fitzgerald, Ariz             184   9 20.4 75   1
9)   Owens, Dal.                  176   8 22.0 72t 3
10) Bush, N.O. (RB)               175 15 11.7 42t 1
11) Bruce, S.F.                   153   4 38.3 63   0
12) Lewis, Phi.                   140   8 17.5 52   0
13) *Carlson, Sea. (TE)           130 10 13.0 20    0
14t) Johnson, S.F.                126   9 14.0 31   1
14t) Randle El, Was.              126 11 11.5 26    0
16) Muhammad, Car.                115 11 10.5 33    0
17) White, Atl.                   113   6 18.8 46   0
18) Baskett, Phi.                 112   4 28.0 90t 1
19) Crayton, Dal.                 105   8 13.1 25   0
20) Rosario, Car. (TE)            102   8 12.8 24   1
21) McMichael, St.L (TE)          101   7 14.4 31   0
22) Williams, Det.                 95   6 15.8 23   1
23) Patten, N.O.                   94   6 15.7 39t 1
24) Gore, S.F. (RB)                93   9 10.3 22   0
25) Lloyd, Chi.                    92   7 13.1 32   0
26t) Driver, G.B.                  90 11 8.2 25     1
26t) Henderson, N.O.               90   3 30.0 84t 1
28) Hilliard, T.B.                 86 10 8.6 13     1
29) Holt, St.L                     85   7 12.1 45t 1
30t) Cooley, Was. (TE)             79   6 13.2 27   0
30t) Toomer, NY-G                  79   8 9.9 18    1
32) Shockey, N.O. (TE)             76   8 9.5 26    0
33) Galloway, T.B.                 74   8 9.3 13    0
34) Avant, Phi.                    73   5 14.6 31   0
35t) Barber, Dal. (RB)             72   7 10.3 25   1
35t) Breaston, Ariz                72   4 18.0 40   0
37) Jackson, St.L (RB)             71 10 7.1 24     0
38) Hackett, Car.                  70   6 11.7 37   0
39) Clark, Chi. (TE)               67   4 16.8 26   0
40) Jenkins, Atl.                  62   1 62.0 62t 1
41t) Battle, S.F.                  60   5 12.0 16   0
41t) Burleson, Sea.                60   5 12.0 20t 1
41t) Hixon, NY-G                   60   3 20.0 32   0
44) McDonald, Det.                 56   8 7.0 11    0
45) *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)         53   8 6.6 12    0
46) Davis, S.F. (TE)               51   3 17.0 37   0
47) Looker, St.L                   50   3 16.7 21   0
48t) Mills, Min. (TE)              49   3 16.3 23   0
48t) L. Smith, Phi. (TE)           49   6 8.2 10    1
50) McMullen, Sea.                 48   3 16.0 31   0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / RECEIVING YARDAGE LEADERS
Rank Player, Team               Yards Rec Avg Long TD
1)   Jennings, G.B.               258 11 23.5 62    0
2)   C. Johnson, Det.             236 13 18.2 47t 2
3)   Boldin, Ariz                 222 14 15.9 79t 3
4)   *D. Jackson, Phi.            216 12 18.0 60    0
5)   Burress, NY-G                214 15 14.3 33t 1
6)   Witten, Dal. (TE)            206 13 15.8 42    0
7)   Moss, Was.                   201 12 16.8 67t 2
8)   Gonzalez, Ind.               185 14 13.2 58    0
9)   Fitzgerald, Ariz             184   9 20.4 75   1
10) *Royal, Den.                  183 14 13.1 29    2
11t) Evans, Buf.                  179   8 22.4 41   0
11t) Wayne, Ind.                  179 15 11.9 32t 2
13) Owens, Dal.                   176   8 22.0 72t 3
14) Bush, N.O. (RB)               175 15 11.7 42t 1
15) Marshall, Den.                166 18 9.2 34     1
16) Bruce, S.F.                   153   4 38.3 63   0
17) Lewis, Phi.                   140   8 17.5 52   0
18) Bowe, K.C.                    139 11 12.6 30    1
19) Moss, N.E.                    138   8 17.3 51   1
20) Scheffler, Den. (TE)          136   7 19.4 72   2
21) Ward, Pit.                    135 11 12.3 31    3
22t) *Carlson, Sea. (TE)          130 10 13.0 20    0
22t) M. Jones, Jac.               130 11 11.8 33    0
24) Chambers, S.D.                127   5 25.4 48t 3
25t) Johnson, S.F.                126   9 14.0 31   1
25t) Randle El, Was.              126 11 11.5 26    0
27) Welker, N.E.                  123 13 9.5 26     0
28) Gates, S.D. (TE)              122   8 15.3 25   1
29) Jackson, S.D.                 120   9 13.3 25   1
30) Muhammad, Car.                115 11 10.5 33    0
31t) Holmes, Pit.                 113   7 16.1 48   0
31t) White, Atl.                  113   6 18.8 46   0
33t) Baskett, Phi.                112   4 28.0 90t 1
33t) A. Johnson, Hou.             112 10 11.2 24    0
35) Scaife, Ten. (TE)             111   7 15.9 44   0
36) Crayton, Dal.                 105   8 13.1 25   0
37) *Tolbert, S.D. (RB)           103   5 20.6 67   0
38t) Rosario, Car. (TE)           102   8 12.8 24   1
38t) Winslow, Cle. (TE)           102 12 8.5 19     1
40) McMichael, St.L (TE)          101   7 14.4 31   0
41) Cotchery, NY-J                100   4 25.0 56t 1
42) Williams, Det.                 95   6 15.8 23   1
43t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           94 11 8.5 20     1
43t) Patten, N.O.                  94   6 15.7 39t 1
45) Gore, S.F. (RB)                93   9 10.3 22   0
46t) Harrison, Ind.                92   9 10.2 19   0
46t) Lloyd, Chi.                   92   7 13.1 32   0
48t) Driver, G.B.                  90 11 8.2 25     1
48t) Henderson, N.O.               90   3 30.0 84t 1
50t) Camarillo, Mia.               86   7 12.3 18   0
50t) Hilliard, T.B.                86 10 8.6 13     1
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / THIRD-DOWN RECEIVING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team               Rec Yards Avg Long TD
1t) Gonzalez, Ind.                 4   84 21.0 58     0
1t) Evans, Buf.                   4    76 19.0 37    0
1t) Holmes, Pit.                  4    45 11.3 16    0
1t) Gates, S.D. (TE)              4    43 10.8 16    0
1t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           4    36   9.0 20    1
6t) Chambers, S.D.                3    76 25.3 48t 2
6t) Moss, N.E.                    3    69 23.0 51    1
6t) Stuckey, NY-J                  3   49 16.3 28     0
6t) Wayne, Ind.                   3    49 16.3 20    0
6t) Cotchery, NY-J                 3   44 14.7 20     0
6t) Jackson, Buf. (RB)            3    40 13.3 33    0
6t) Ward, Pit.                    3    37 12.3 16t 2
6t) Bowe, K.C.                    3    30 10.0 14    0
6t) Winslow, Cle. (TE)            3    28   9.3 17   0
6t) Rhodes, Ind. (RB)             3    17   5.7  8    0
6t) Parrish, Buf.                 3     6   2.0  3   0
17t) Scaife, Ten. (TE)            2    50 25.0 44    0
17t) Reed, Buf.                   2    40 20.0 24    0
17t) *Royal, Den.                 2    37 18.5 26t 1
17t) C. Johnson, Cin.             2    35 17.5 22    0
17t) Hagan, Mia.                  2    32 16.0 20    0
17t) Faulk, N.E. (RB)             2    31 15.5 22    0
17t) Gage, Ten.                   2    25 12.5 21    0
17t) Camarillo, Mia.              2    24 12.0 17     0
17t) Jackson, S.D.                2    21 10.5 16    1
17t) Steptoe, Cle.                2    20 10.0 12    0
17t) Washington, NY-J (RB)         2   20 10.0 13     0
17t) Northcutt, Jac.              2    19   9.5 13    0
17t) D. Mason, Bal.               2    18   9.0 10   0
17t) *Santi, Ind. (TE)            2    18   9.0 13   0
17t) Tomlinson, S.D. (RB)         2    15   7.5  9   0
17t) Cobbs, Mia. (RB)             2    14   7.0  9   0
17t) K. Smith, K.C. (RB)           2   13   6.5  8    0
17t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)            2    12   6.0  7   1
17t) Williamson, Jac.             2    11   5.5  6   0
17t) Kelly, Cin. (TE)             2    10   5.0 11   0
17t) Marshall, Den.               2    10   5.0 11    0
17t) G. Jones, Jac. (RB)          2     9   4.5  8   1
17t) Morris, N.E. (RB)            2     7   3.5  4   0
17t) Jones, NY-J (RB)              2    0   0.0  4    0
41t) Coles, NY-J                   1   54 54.0 54     0
41t) *Keller, NY-J (TE)            1   19 19.0 19     0
41t) D. Thomas, N.E. (TE)         1    18 18.0 18    0
41t) Miller, Pit. (TE)            1    14 14.0 14    0
41t) Walter, Hou.                 1    14 14.0 14t 1
41t) Brown, Mia. (RB)             1    13 13.0 13    0
41t) Stokley, Den.                1    13 13.0 13     0
41t) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)        1    12 12.0 12     0
41t) Welker, N.E.                 1    12 12.0 12    0
41t) Lelie, Oak.                  1    11 11.0 11    0
41t) Darling, K.C.                1    10 10.0 10     0
41t) Miller, Oak. (TE)            1    10 10.0 10    0
41t) Edwards, Cle.                1     9   9.0  9   0
41t) Heiden, Cle. (TE)            1     9   9.0  9   0
41t) Chatman, Cin.                1     8   8.0  8   0
41t) Clayton, Bal.                1     8   8.0  8    0
41t) M. Lewis, Jac. (TE)          1     8   8.0  8   0
41t) Houshmandzadeh, Cin.         1     7   7.0  7   0
41t) M. Jones, Jac.               1     7   7.0  7   0
41t) A. Johnson, Hou.             1     6   6.0  6    0
41t) Manumaleuna, S.D. (TE)       1     6   6.0  6   0
41t) McCareins, Ten.              1     6   6.0  6   0
41t) Webb, K.C.                   1     6   6.0  6   0
41t) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)       1     5   5.0  5   0
41t) B. Jones, Ten.                1    5   5.0  5    0
41t) Martin, Mia. (TE)            1     5   5.0  5   0
41t) Royal, Buf. (TE)             1     5   5.0  5   0
41t) Taylor, Jac. (RB)            1     5   5.0  5   0
41t) Addai, Ind. (RB)             1     3   3.0  3    0
41t) Scheffler, Den. (TE)         1     3   3.0  3t 1
41t) Anderson, Hou.               1     2   2.0  2   0
41t) *Charles, K.C. (RB)          1     2   2.0  2   0
41t) Utecht, Cin. (TE)            1     2   2.0  2   0
41t) R. Williams, Jac.             1    2   2.0  2    0
41t) Franks, NY-J (TE)             1    1   1.0  1    0
41t) Green, Hou. (RB)             1     1   1.0  1   0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFC / THIRD-DOWN RECEIVING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team               Rec Yards   Avg Long TD
1t) Jackson, St.L (RB)            5    39    7.8 22    0
1t) Boldin, Ariz                  5    29    5.8 15    1
3t) Bush, N.O. (RB)               4    67   16.8 42t 1
3t) White, Atl.                   4    58   14.5 19    0
3t) Witten, Dal. (TE)             4    56   14.0 19    0
3t) *Carlson, Sea. (TE)           4    50   12.5 17    0
3t) Galloway, T.B.                4    40   10.0 13    0
3t) Hilliard, T.B.                4    35    8.8 13    1
3t) Driver, G.B.                  4    30    7.5 17     1
3t) Moss, Was.                    4    26    6.5 12t 1
11t) Owens, Dal.                  3    91   30.3 72t 1
11t) Breaston, Ariz               3    54   18.0 40    0
11t) Avant, Phi.                   3   52   17.3 31    0
11t) Fitzgerald, Ariz              3   49   16.3 31    0
11t) Randle El, Was.              3    34   11.3 14    0
11t) Battle, S.F.                 3    33   11.0 16    0
11t) Jennings, G.B.               3    32   10.7 14    0
11t) Shockey, N.O. (TE)           3    26    8.7 10     0
11t) Jones, G.B.                  3    25    8.3   9t 1
11t) Muhammad, Car.               3    22    7.3 11    0
21t) Bruce, S.F.                  2    63   31.5 33    0
21t) Patten, N.O.                 2    51   25.5 39t 1
21t) Clark, Chi. (TE)              2   46   23.0 26    0
21t) Allison, Min.                2    37   18.5 21    0
21t) Olsen, Chi. (TE)             2    36   18.0 29    0
21t) Barber, Dal. (RB)            2    30   15.0 17t 1
21t) Looker, St.L                 2    29   14.5 20    0
21t) Robinson, Atl.               2    29   14.5 23    0
21t) Celek, Phi. (TE)              2   28   14.0 19    0
21t) Burress, NY-G                 2   25   12.5 14    0
21t) Crayton, Dal.                2    25   12.5 17    0
21t) Lloyd, Chi.                   2   23   11.5 14     0
21t) Toomer, NY-G                  2   20   10.0 14    0
21t) Furrey, Det.                 2    16    8.0 14    0
21t) Dunn, T.B. (RB)              2    15    7.5 12    0
21t) Jackson, G.B. (RB)           2    15    7.5 13    0
21t) McMichael, St.L (TE)         2    15    7.5 10    0
21t) Smith, NY-G                   2   15    7.5   8   0
21t) McDonald, Det.               2    14    7.0   8   0
21t) *Forte, Chi. (RB)            2    13    6.5   9   0
21t) Taylor, Min. (RB)            2    12    6.0 14     0
21t) Westbrook, Phi. (RB)          2   11    5.5 10    1
21t) Norwood, Atl. (RB)           2     6    3.0   3   0
21t) Williams, Car. (RB)          2    -2   -1.0   4    0
45t) Baskett, Phi.                 1   90   90.0 90t 1
45t) *Nelson, G.B.                 1   29   29.0 29t 1
45t) Jarrett, Car.                1    25   25.0 25    0
45t) Moss, NY-G                    1   23   23.0 23    0
45t) Burleson, Sea.               1    20   20.0 20t 1
45t) *D. Jackson, Phi.             1   20   20.0 20     0
45t) P. Thomas, N.O. (RB)         1    18   18.0 18    0
45t) Weaver, Sea. (RB)            1    16   16.0 16    0
45t) Patrick, Ariz (TE)           1    15   15.0 15    0
45t) Pope, Ariz (TE)              1    15   15.0 15    0
45t) *Douglas, Atl.                1   13   13.0 13    0
45t) Foster, S.F. (RB)            1    12   12.0 12    0
45t) Gore, S.F. (RB)              1    11   11.0 11    0
45t) Rosario, Car. (TE)           1    11   11.0 11    0
45t) Holt, St.L                   1     9    9.0   9   0
45t) J. Jones, Sea. (RB)          1     9    9.0   9   0
45t) Shiancoe, Min. (TE)          1     9    9.0   9   0
45t) Betts, Was. (RB)             1     8    8.0   8   0
45t) Moore, N.O.                  1     8    8.0   8   0
45t) Rice, Min.                    1    8    8.0   8    0
45t) Ward, NY-G (RB)               1    8    8.0   8   0
45t) Austin, Dal.                 1     7    7.0   7   0
45t) Berrian, Min.                1     7    7.0   7   0
45t) *Hightower, Ariz (RB)        1     7    7.0   7   0
45t) Clayton, T.B.                1     6    6.0   6   0
45t) Hester, Chi.                 1     6    6.0   6   0
45t) *Kelly, Was.                 1     6    6.0   6   0
45t) Peterson, Min. (RB)          1     6    6.0   6   0
45t) Colston, N.O.                1     5    5.0   5    0
45t) Gaines, Det. (TE)            1     5    5.0   5   0
45t) Henderson, N.O.              1     5    5.0   5   0
45t) Tahi, Min. (RB)              1    -5   -5.0 -5     0
45t) *D. Thomas, Was.             1     5    5.0   5   0
45t) Hackett, Car.                 1   -4   -4.0 -4     0
45t) King, Car. (TE)              1     4    4.0   4   0
45t) Portis, Was. (RB)            1     4    4.0   4   0
45t) McMullen, Sea.               1     3    3.0   3   0
45t) Hall, G.B. (RB)              1     1    1.0   1t 1
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / THIRD-DOWN RECEIVING LEADERS
Rank Player, Team               Rec Yards   Avg Long TD
1t) Jackson, St.L (RB)            5    39    7.8 22    0
1t) Boldin, Ariz                  5    29    5.8 15    1
3t) Gonzalez, Ind.                4    84   21.0 58    0
3t) Evans, Buf.                   4    76   19.0 37    0
3t) Bush, N.O. (RB)               4    67   16.8 42t 1
3t) White, Atl.                   4    58   14.5 19    0
3t) Witten, Dal. (TE)              4   56   14.0 19     0
3t) *Carlson, Sea. (TE)           4    50   12.5 17    0
3t) Holmes, Pit.                  4    45   11.3 16    0
3t) Gates, S.D. (TE)              4    43   10.8 16    0
3t) Galloway, T.B.                4    40   10.0 13    0
3t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           4    36    9.0 20     1
3t) Hilliard, T.B.                4    35    8.8 13    1
3t) Driver, G.B.                  4    30    7.5 17    1
3t) Moss, Was.                    4    26    6.5 12t 1
16t) Owens, Dal.                  3    91   30.3 72t 1
16t) Chambers, S.D.               3    76   25.3 48t 2
16t) Moss, N.E.                   3    69   23.0 51    1
16t) Breaston, Ariz               3    54   18.0 40    0
16t) Avant, Phi.                   3   52   17.3 31     0
16t) Fitzgerald, Ariz              3   49   16.3 31     0
16t) Stuckey, NY-J                 3   49   16.3 28     0
16t) Wayne, Ind.                  3    49   16.3 20    0
16t) Cotchery, NY-J                3   44   14.7 20     0
16t) Jackson, Buf. (RB)           3    40   13.3 33     0
16t) Ward, Pit.                   3    37   12.3 16t 2
16t) Randle El, Was.              3    34   11.3 14    0
16t) Battle, S.F.                 3    33   11.0 16    0
16t) Jennings, G.B.               3    32   10.7 14    0
16t) Bowe, K.C.                    3   30   10.0 14     0
16t) Winslow, Cle. (TE)           3    28    9.3 17    0
16t) Shockey, N.O. (TE)           3    26    8.7 10    0
16t) Jones, G.B.                  3    25    8.3   9t 1
16t) Muhammad, Car.               3    22    7.3 11    0
16t) Rhodes, Ind. (RB)            3    17    5.7   8   0
16t) Parrish, Buf.                3     6    2.0   3   0
37t) Bruce, S.F.                  2    63   31.5 33    0
37t) Patten, N.O.                 2    51   25.5 39t 1
37t) Scaife, Ten. (TE)             2   50   25.0 44     0
37t) Clark, Chi. (TE)             2    46   23.0 26    0
37t) Reed, Buf.                   2    40   20.0 24    0
37t) Allison, Min.                2    37   18.5 21    0
37t) *Royal, Den.                 2    37   18.5 26t 1
37t) Olsen, Chi. (TE)             2    36   18.0 29     0
37t) C. Johnson, Cin.             2    35   17.5 22    0
37t) Hagan, Mia.                  2    32   16.0 20    0
37t) Faulk, N.E. (RB)             2    31   15.5 22    0
37t) Barber, Dal. (RB)            2    30   15.0 17t 1
37t) Looker, St.L                 2    29   14.5 20    0
37t) Robinson, Atl.               2    29   14.5 23    0
37t) Celek, Phi. (TE)              2   28   14.0 19     0
37t) Burress, NY-G                 2   25   12.5 14     0
37t) Crayton, Dal.                 2   25   12.5 17     0
37t) Gage, Ten.                   2    25   12.5 21    0
37t) Camarillo, Mia.              2    24   12.0 17    0
37t) Lloyd, Chi.                  2    23   11.5 14    0
37t) Jackson, S.D.                2    21   10.5 16     1
37t) Steptoe, Cle.                2    20   10.0 12    0
37t) Toomer, NY-G                  2   20   10.0 14     0
37t) Washington, NY-J (RB)         2   20   10.0 13     0
37t) Northcutt, Jac.              2    19    9.5 13    0
37t) D. Mason, Bal.                2   18    9.0 10     0
37t) *Santi, Ind. (TE)            2    18    9.0 13    0
37t) Furrey, Det.                 2    16    8.0 14    0
37t) Dunn, T.B. (RB)              2    15    7.5 12    0
37t) Jackson, G.B. (RB)           2    15    7.5 13    0
37t) McMichael, St.L (TE)         2    15    7.5 10    0
37t) Smith, NY-G                   2   15    7.5   8    0
37t) Tomlinson, S.D. (RB)         2    15    7.5   9   0
37t) Cobbs, Mia. (RB)             2    14    7.0   9   0
37t) McDonald, Det.                2   14    7.0   8    0
37t) *Forte, Chi. (RB)            2    13    6.5   9   0
37t) K. Smith, K.C. (RB)          2    13    6.5   8   0
37t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)            2    12    6.0   7   1
37t) Taylor, Min. (RB)            2    12    6.0 14    0
37t) Westbrook, Phi. (RB)          2   11    5.5 10     1
37t) Williamson, Jac.             2    11    5.5   6   0
37t) Kelly, Cin. (TE)             2    10    5.0 11    0
37t) Marshall, Den.               2    10    5.0 11    0
37t) G. Jones, Jac. (RB)          2     9    4.5   8    1
37t) Morris, N.E. (RB)            2     7    3.5   4   0
37t) Norwood, Atl. (RB)           2     6    3.0   3   0
37t) Williams, Car. (RB)          2    -2   -1.0   4    0
37t) Jones, NY-J (RB)              2    0    0.0   4    0
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / LEADING SCORERS, NONKICKERS
Rank Player, Team                 TD Rush Rec     Ret   X2   Pts
1t) Chambers, S.D. (WR)            3    0   3       0    0    18
1t) Parker, Pit. (RB)              3    3   0       0    0    18
1t) Pittman, Den. (RB)             3    3   0       0    0    18
1t) Ward, Pit. (WR)                3    0   3       0    0    18
5)   *Royal, Den. (WR)             2    0   2       0    1    14
6t) Lynch, Buf. (RB)               2    2   0       0    0    12
6t) Morris, N.E. (RB)              2    2   0       0    0    12
6t) Scheffler, Den. (TE)           2    0   2       0    0    12
6t) Sproles, S.D. (RB)             2    0   1       1    0    12
6t) Stuckey, NY-J (WR)             2    0   2       0    0    12
6t) Wayne, Ind. (WR)               2    0   2       0    0    12
6t) White, Ten. (RB)               2    2   0       0    0    12
13t) Addai, Ind. (RB)              1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Bowe, K.C. (WR)               1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Brown, Mia. (RB)              1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Bulluck, Ten. (LB)            1    0   0       1    0     6
13t) Bush, Oak. (RB)               1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Clayton, Bal. (WR)            1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Cotchery, NY-J (WR)           1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Curry, Oak. (WR)              1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Denney, Buf. (DE)             1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)             1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) *Flacco, Bal. (QB)            1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Gage, Ten. (WR)               1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Gates, S.D. (TE)              1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) *Hardy, Buf. (WR)             1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) D. Jackson, Den. (WR)         1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Jackson, S.D. (WR)            1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)        1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) G. Jones, Jac. (RB)           1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Jones, NY-J (RB)              1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)         1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Joseph, Cin. (DB)             1    0   0       1    0     6
13t) Lelie, Oak. (WR)              1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Marshall, Den. (WR)           1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Martin, Mia. (TE)             1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) *McFadden, Oak. (RB)          1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Moss, N.E. (WR)               1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Parrish, Buf. (WR)            1    0   0       1    0     6
13t) Perry, Cin. (RB)              1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Royal, Buf. (TE)              1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Schaub, Hou. (QB)             1    1   0       0    0     6
13t) Walter, Hou. (WR)             1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Winslow, Cle. (TE)            1    0   1       0    0     6
13t) Young, Den. (RB)              1    1   0       0    0     6

NFC / LEADING SCORERS, NONKICKERS
Rank Player, Team                 TD Rush   Rec   Ret   X2   Pts
1)   Westbrook, Phi. (RB)          5    3     2     0    0    30
2)   Barber, Dal. (RB)             4    3     1     0    0    24
3t) Boldin, Ariz (WR)              3    0     3     0    0    18
3t) Owens, Dal. (WR)               3    0     3     0    0    18
5t) Bradshaw, NY-G (RB)            2    1     1     0    0    12
5t) Bush, N.O. (RB)                2    0     1     1    0    12
5t) Gore, S.F. (RB)                2    2     0     0    0    12
5t) *Hightower, Ariz (RB)          2    2     0     0    0    12
5t) C. Johnson, Det. (WR)          2    0     2     0    0    12
5t) *F. Jones, Dal. (RB)           2    1     0     1    0    12
5t) McKie, Chi. (RB)               2    2     0     0    0    12
5t) Moss, Was. (WR)                2    0     2     0    0    12
5t) Portis, Was. (RB)              2    2     0     0    0    12
5t) *Stewart, Car. (RB)            2    2     0     0    0    12
5t) Turner, Atl. (RB)              2    2     0     0    0    12
16t) Baskett, Phi. (WR)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Blackmon, G.B. (DB)           1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Briggs, Chi. (LB)             1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Buchanon, T.B. (DB)           1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Burleson, Sea. (WR)           1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Burress, NY-G (WR)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Collins, G.B. (DB)            1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Driver, G.B. (WR)             1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Duckett, Sea. (RB)            1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Dunn, T.B. (RB)               1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Fitzgerald, Ariz (WR)         1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Fitzsimmons, Det. (RB)        1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) *Forte, Chi. (RB)             1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Gamble, Car. (DB)             1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Gilmore, T.B. (TE)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Gocong, Phi. (LB)             1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Graham, T.B. (RB)             1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Hall, G.B. (RB)               1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Henderson, N.O. (WR)          1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Hilliard, T.B. (WR)           1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Holt, St.L (WR)               1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Hunt, Phi. (RB)               1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Jackson, G.B. (RB)            1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Jenkins, Atl. (WR)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Johnson, S.F. (WR)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Jones, G.B. (WR)              1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) J. Jones, Sea. (RB)           1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Lloyd, Chi. (WR)              1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Manning, NY-G (QB)            1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Meachem, N.O. (WR)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) *Nelson, G.B. (WR)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Norwood, Atl. (RB)            1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Patten, N.O. (WR)             1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Peterson, Min. (RB)           1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Rice, Min. (WR)               1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Rodgers, G.B. (QB)            1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Rosario, Car. (TE)            1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) L. Smith, Phi. (TE)           1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)        1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Terrill, Sea. (DT)            1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) P. Thomas, N.O. (RB)          1    1     0     0    0     6
16t) Toomer, NY-G (WR)             1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Tuck, NY-G (DE)               1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Williams, Det. (WR)           1    0     1     0    0     6
16t) Willis, S.F. (LB)             1    0     0     1    0     6
16t) Woodson, G.B. (DB)            1    0     0     1    0     6
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
NFL / LEADING SCORERS, NONKICKERS
Rank Player, Team                 TD Rush Rec   Ret   X2   Pts
1)   Westbrook, Phi. (RB)          5    3   2     0    0    30
2)   Barber, Dal. (RB)             4    3   1     0    0    24
3t) Boldin, Ariz (WR)              3    0   3     0    0    18
3t) Chambers, S.D. (WR)            3    0   3     0    0    18
3t) Owens, Dal. (WR)               3    0   3     0    0    18
3t) Parker, Pit. (RB)              3    3   0     0    0    18
3t) Pittman, Den. (RB)             3    3   0     0    0    18
3t) Ward, Pit. (WR)                3    0   3     0    0    18
9)   *Royal, Den. (WR)             2    0   2     0    1    14
10t) Bradshaw, NY-G (RB)           2    1   1     0    0    12
10t) Bush, N.O. (RB)               2    0   1     1    0    12
10t) Gore, S.F. (RB)               2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) *Hightower, Ariz (RB)         2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) C. Johnson, Det. (WR)         2    0   2     0    0    12
10t) *F. Jones, Dal. (RB)          2    1   0     1    0    12
10t) Lynch, Buf. (RB)              2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) McKie, Chi. (RB)              2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) Morris, N.E. (RB)             2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) Moss, Was. (WR)               2    0   2     0    0    12
10t) Portis, Was. (RB)             2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) Scheffler, Den. (TE)          2    0   2     0    0    12
10t) Sproles, S.D. (RB)            2    0   1     1    0    12
10t) *Stewart, Car. (RB)           2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) Stuckey, NY-J (WR)            2    0   2     0    0    12
10t) Turner, Atl. (RB)             2    2   0     0    0    12
10t) Wayne, Ind. (WR)              2    0   2     0    0    12
10t) White, Ten. (RB)              2    2   0     0    0    12
28t) Addai, Ind. (RB)              1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Baskett, Phi. (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Blackmon, G.B. (DB)           1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Bowe, K.C. (WR)               1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Briggs, Chi. (LB)             1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Brown, Mia. (RB)              1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Buchanon, T.B. (DB)           1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Bulluck, Ten. (LB)            1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Burleson, Sea. (WR)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Burress, NY-G (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Bush, Oak. (RB)               1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Clayton, Bal. (WR)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Collins, G.B. (DB)            1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Cotchery, NY-J (WR)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Curry, Oak. (WR)              1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Denney, Buf. (DE)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Driver, G.B. (WR)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Duckett, Sea. (RB)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Dunn, T.B. (RB)               1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Fitzgerald, Ariz (WR)         1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Fitzsimmons, Det. (RB)        1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) *Flacco, Bal. (QB)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) *Forte, Chi. (RB)             1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Gage, Ten. (WR)               1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Gamble, Car. (DB)             1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Gates, S.D. (TE)              1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Gilmore, T.B. (TE)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Gocong, Phi. (LB)             1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Graham, T.B. (RB)             1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Hall, G.B. (RB)               1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) *Hardy, Buf. (WR)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Henderson, N.O. (WR)          1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Hilliard, T.B. (WR)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Holt, St.L (WR)               1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Hunt, Phi. (RB)               1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Jackson, G.B. (RB)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) D. Jackson, Den. (WR)         1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Jackson, S.D. (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Jenkins, Atl. (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Johnson, S.F. (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)        1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) G. Jones, Jac. (RB)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Jones, G.B. (WR)              1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) J. Jones, Sea. (RB)           1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Jones, NY-J (RB)              1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)         1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Joseph, Cin. (DB)             1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Lelie, Oak. (WR)              1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Lloyd, Chi. (WR)              1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Manning, NY-G (QB)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Marshall, Den. (WR)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Martin, Mia. (TE)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) *McFadden, Oak. (RB)          1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Meachem, N.O. (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Moss, N.E. (WR)               1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) *Nelson, G.B. (WR)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Norwood, Atl. (RB)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Parrish, Buf. (WR)            1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Patten, N.O. (WR)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Perry, Cin. (RB)              1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Peterson, Min. (RB)           1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Rice, Min. (WR)               1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Rodgers, G.B. (QB)            1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Rosario, Car. (TE)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Royal, Buf. (TE)              1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Schaub, Hou. (QB)             1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) L. Smith, Phi. (TE)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)        1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Terrill, Sea. (DT)            1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) P. Thomas, N.O. (RB)          1    1   0     0    0     6
28t) Toomer, NY-G (WR)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Tuck, NY-G (DE)               1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Walter, Hou. (WR)             1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Williams, Det. (WR)           1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Willis, S.F. (LB)             1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Winslow, Cle. (TE)            1    0   1     0    0     6
28t) Woodson, G.B. (DB)            1    0   0     1    0     6
28t) Young, Den. (RB)              1    1   0     0    0     6
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / LEADING SCORERS, KICKERS
Rank Player, Team                 PAT     FG      Pct Long   Pts
1t) Gostkowski, N.E.              3/ 3   5/ 5   1.000   37    18
1t) Kaeding, S.D.                 6/ 6   4/ 4   1.000   34    18
1t) Lindell, Buf.                 6/ 6   4/ 5    .800   45    18
1t) Prater, Den.                  9/ 9   3/ 3   1.000   52    18
5)   Scobee, Jac.                 2/ 2   4/ 5    .800   50    14
6)   Janikowski, Oak.             4/ 4   3/ 3   1.000   56    13
7)   Reed, Pit.                   6/ 6   2/ 2   1.000   48    12
8t) Bironas, Ten.                 5/ 5   2/ 2   1.000   47    11
8t) Vinatieri, Ind.               2/ 2   3/ 4    .750   47    11
10) Dawson, Cle.                  1/ 1   3/ 3   1.000   38    10
11) *Carpenter, Mia.              3/ 3   1/ 1   1.000   32     6
12t) K. Brown, Hou.               2/ 2   1/ 1   1.000   34     5
12t) Graham, Cin.                 2/ 2   1/ 2    .500   43     5
12t) Stover, Bal.                 2/ 2   1/ 2    .500   21     5
15t) Feely, NY-J                  1/ 1   1/ 2    .500   21     4
15t) Novak, K.C.                  1/ 1   1/ 1   1.000   40     4
17) Nugent, NY-J                  2/ 2   0/ 1    .000   --     2

NFC / LEADING SCORERS, KICKERS
Rank Player, Team                 PAT     FG      Pct Long   Pts
1t) Kasay, Car.                   4/ 4   6/ 6   1.000   49    22
1t) Longwell, Min.                1/ 1   7/ 8    .875   53    22
1t) Nedney, S.F.                  4/ 4   6/ 7    .857   40    22
4t) Akers, Phi.                   9/ 9   4/ 4   1.000   44    21
4t) Carney, NY-G                  6/ 6   5/ 5   1.000   47    21
6)   Elam, Atl.                   4/ 4   5/ 5   1.000   50    19
7t) Crosby, G.B.                  9/ 9   3/ 4    .750   42    18
7t) Rackers, Ariz                 6/ 6   4/ 5    .800   45    18
9)   Mare, Sea.                   4/ 4   4/ 4   1.000   51    16
10) Folk, Dal.                    9/ 9   2/ 2   1.000   51    15
11t) M. Bryant, T.B.              5/ 5   3/ 3   1.000   37    14
11t) Gould, Chi.                  5/ 5   3/ 3   1.000   41    14
11t) Hanson, Det.                 5/ 5   3/ 3   1.000   53    14
14t) Gramatica, N.O.              6/ 6   2/ 2   1.000   49    12
14t) Suisham, Was.                3/ 3   3/ 5    .600   36    12
16) J. Brown, St.L                1/ 1   3/ 3   1.000   54    10

NFL / LEADING SCORERS, KICKERS
Rank Player, Team                 PAT     FG      Pct Long   Pts
1t) Kasay, Car.                   4/ 4   6/ 6   1.000   49    22
1t) Longwell, Min.                1/ 1   7/ 8    .875   53    22
1t) Nedney, S.F.                  4/ 4   6/ 7    .857   40    22
4t) Akers, Phi.                   9/ 9   4/ 4   1.000   44    21
4t) Carney, NY-G                  6/ 6   5/ 5   1.000   47    21
6)   Elam, Atl.                   4/ 4   5/ 5   1.000   50    19
7t) Crosby, G.B.                  9/ 9   3/ 4    .750   42    18
7t) Gostkowski, N.E.              3/ 3   5/ 5   1.000   37    18
7t) Kaeding, S.D.                 6/ 6   4/ 4   1.000   34    18
7t) Lindell, Buf.                 6/ 6   4/ 5    .800   45    18
7t) Prater, Den.                  9/ 9   3/ 3   1.000   52    18
7t) Rackers, Ariz                 6/ 6   4/ 5    .800   45    18
13) Mare, Sea.                    4/ 4   4/ 4   1.000   51    16
14) Folk, Dal.                    9/ 9   2/ 2   1.000   51    15
15t) M. Bryant, T.B.              5/ 5   3/ 3   1.000   37    14
15t) Gould, Chi.                  5/ 5   3/ 3   1.000   41    14
15t) Hanson, Det.                 5/ 5   3/ 3   1.000   53    14
15t) Scobee, Jac.                 2/ 2   4/ 5    .800   50    14
19) Janikowski, Oak.              4/ 4   3/ 3   1.000   56    13
20t) Gramatica, N.O.              6/ 6   2/ 2   1.000   49    12
20t) Reed, Pit.                   6/ 6   2/ 2   1.000   48    12
20t) Suisham, Was.                3/ 3   3/ 5    .600   36    12
23t) Bironas, Ten.                5/ 5   2/ 2   1.000   47    11
23t) Vinatieri, Ind.              2/ 2   3/ 4    .750   47    11
25t) J. Brown, St.L               1/ 1   3/ 3   1.000   54    10
25t) Dawson, Cle.                 1/ 1   3/ 3   1.000   38    10
27) *Carpenter, Mia.              3/ 3   1/ 1   1.000   32     6
28t) K. Brown, Hou.               2/ 2   1/ 1   1.000   34     5
28t) Graham, Cin.                 2/ 2   1/ 2    .500   43     5
28t) Stover, Bal.                 2/ 2   1/ 2    .500   21     5
31t) Feely, NY-J                  1/ 1   1/ 2    .500   21     4
31t) Novak, K.C.                  1/ 1   1/ 1   1.000   40     4
33) Nugent, NY-J                  2/ 2   0/ 1    .000   --     2
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

AFC / TOUCHBACKS ON KICKOFFS
Rank Player, Team                 TB
1t) Janikowski, Oak.               6
1t) Kaeding, S.D.                  6
3)   Gostkowski, N.E.              5
4t) Prater, Den.                   3
4t) Reed, Pit.                     3
6t) Bironas, Ten.                  2
6t) *Carpenter, Mia.               2
6t) Graham, Cin.                   2
6t) Lindell, Buf.                  2
10t) Dawson, Cle.                  1
10t) Feely, NY-J                   1

NFC / TOUCHBACKS ON KICKOFFS
Rank Player, Team                  TB
1t) Crosby, G.B.                    5
1t) Lloyd, Car.                     5
3)   Mare, Sea.                     4
4t) Akers, Phi.                     3
4t) Rackers, Ariz                   3
4t) Suisham, Was.                   3
7t) Gould, Chi.                     2
7t) Gramatica, N.O.                 2
7t) Hanson, Det.                    2
7t) Koenen, Atl.                    2
7t) Nedney, S.F.                    2
12t) J. Brown, St.L                 1
12t) M. Bryant, T.B.                1
12t) Longwell, Min.                 1

NFL / TOUCHBACKS ON KICKOFFS
Rank Player, Team                 TB
1t) Janikowski, Oak.               6
1t) Kaeding, S.D.                  6
3t) Crosby, G.B.                   5
3t) Gostkowski, N.E.               5
3t) Lloyd, Car.                    5
6)   Mare, Sea.                    4
7t) Akers, Phi.                    3
7t) Prater, Den.                   3
7t) Rackers, Ariz                  3
7t) Reed, Pit.                     3
7t) Suisham, Was.                  3
12t) Bironas, Ten.                 2
12t) *Carpenter, Mia.              2
12t) Gould, Chi.                   2
12t) Graham, Cin.                  2
12t) Gramatica, N.O.               2
12t) Hanson, Det.                  2
12t) Koenen, Atl.                  2
12t) Lindell, Buf.                 2
12t) Nedney, S.F.                  2
21t) J. Brown, St.L                1
21t) M. Bryant, T.B.               1
21t) Dawson, Cle.                  1
21t) Feely, NY-J                   1
21t) Longwell, Min.                1
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE
                                       Total             Rushing      Receiving
Rank Player, Team               Yards Att+Rec     Avg Yards Att Avg Yards Rec Avg
1)   *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)       248       39    6.4   202 34 5.9     46   5 9.2
2)   Parker, Pit. (RB)            243       53    4.6   243 53 4.6      0   0 ---
3)   *McFadden, Oak. (RB)         230       32    7.2   210 30 7.0     20   2 10.0
4)   *Royal, Den. (WR)            192       16   12.0     9   2 4.5   183 14 13.1
5)   Gonzalez, Ind. (WR)          185       14   13.2     0   0 ---   185 14 13.2
6t) Evans, Buf. (WR)              179        8   22.4     0   0 ---   179   8 22.4
6t) Wayne, Ind. (WR)              179       15   11.9     0   0 ---   179 15 11.9
8)   Jones, NY-J (RB)             178      44     4.0   171 39 4.4      7   5 1.4
9)   Marshall, Den. (WR)          166       18    9.2     0   0 ---   166 18 9.2
10) Lynch, Buf. (RB)              161      41     3.9   135 37 3.6     26   4 6.5
11t) Fargas, Oak. (RB)            152       29    5.2   140 27 5.2     12   2 6.0
11t) Tomlinson, S.D. (RB)         152       36    4.2   123 31 4.0     29   5 5.8
13) Lewis, Cle. (RB)              142      36     3.9   100 32 3.1     42   4 10.5
14) Bowe, K.C. (WR)               139       11   12.6     0   0 ---   139 11 12.6
15) Moss, N.E. (WR)               138        8   17.3     0   0 ---   138   8 17.3
16) Scheffler, Den. (TE)          136        7   19.4     0   0 ---   136   7 19.4
17) Ward, Pit. (WR)               135       11   12.3     0   0 ---   135 11 12.3
18) Jackson, Buf. (RB)            131       23    5.7    48 16 3.0     83   7 11.9
19) M. Jones, Jac. (WR)           130       11   11.8     0   0 ---   130 11 11.8
20) Sproles, S.D. (RB)            128       11   11.6    56   9 6.2    72   2 36.0
21) Chambers, S.D. (WR)           127        5   25.4     0   0 ---   127   5 25.4
22t) Holmes, Pit. (WR)            123        8   15.4    10   1 10.0  113   7 16.1
22t) Welker, N.E. (WR)            123       13    9.5     0   0 ---   123 13 9.5
24t) Gates, S.D. (TE)             122        8   15.3     0   0 ---   122   8 15.3
24t) Young, Den. (RB)             122       16    7.6   114 15 7.6      8   1 8.0
26) Jackson, S.D. (WR)            120        9   13.3     0   0 ---   120   9 13.3
27) A. Johnson, Hou. (WR)         112       10   11.2     0   0 ---   112 10 11.2
28) Scaife, Ten. (TE)             111        7   15.9     0   0 ---   111   7 15.9
29t) L. McClain, Bal. (RB)        110      21     5.2    86 19 4.5     24   2 12.0
29t) *Tolbert, S.D. (RB)          110        9   12.2     7   4 1.8   103   5 20.6
31) L. Johnson, K.C. (RB)         108       35    3.1    96 34 2.8     12   1 12.0
32) Winslow, Cle. (TE)            102      12     8.5     0   0 ---   102 12 8.5
33) Cotchery, NY-J (WR)           100        4   25.0     0   0 ---   100   4 25.0
34) White, Ten. (RB)               99       33    3.0    99 33 3.0      0   0 ---
35) Perry, Cin. (RB)               98      42     2.3   106 40 2.7     -8   2 -4.0
36) Brown, Mia. (RB)               95       22    4.3    48 17 2.8     47   5 9.4
37t) Gonzalez, K.C. (TE)           94       11    8.5     0   0 ---    94 11 8.5
37t) Morris, N.E. (RB)             94       25    3.8    53 18 2.9     41   7 5.9
39t) Hall, Den. (RB)               92       17    5.4    92 17 5.4      0   0 ---
39t) Harrison, Ind. (WR)           92        9   10.2     0   0 ---    92   9 10.2
39t) Jones-Drew, Jac. (RB)         92      19     4.8    30 12 2.5     62   7 8.9
42) Bush, Oak. (RB)                90       16    5.6    90 16 5.6      0   0 ---
43) Camarillo, Mia. (WR)           86        7   12.3     0   0 ---    86   7 12.3
44) Martin, Mia. (TE)              85        7   12.1     0   0 ---    85   7 12.1
45t) Fasano, Mia. (TE)             84        8   10.5     0   0 ---    84   8 10.5
45t) Gage, Ten. (WR)               84        7   12.0     0   0 ---    84   7 12.0
47) *Rice, Bal. (RB)               83       25    3.3    64 22 2.9     19   3 6.3
48) Taylor, Jac. (RB)              81      25     3.2    67 23 2.9     14   2 7.0
49t) Addai, Ind. (RB)              80       30    2.7    64 27 2.4     16   3 5.3
49t) Stuckey, NY-J (WR)            80        6   13.3     0   0 ---    80   6 13.3

NFC / MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE
                                         Total         Rushing      Receiving
Rank   Player, Team               Yards Att+Rec Avg Yards Att Avg Yards Rec Avg
1)     Peterson, Min. (RB)          294      53 5.5   263 48 5.5     31   5 6.2
2)     Turner, Atl. (RB)            274      38 7.2   262 36 7.3     12   2 6.0
3)     Jennings, G.B. (WR)          258      11 23.5    0   0 ---   258 11 23.5
4t)    Bush, N.O. (RB)              254      39 6.5    79 24 3.3    175 15 11.7
4t)    *Forte, Chi. (RB)            254      52 4.9   215 46 4.7     39   6 6.5
6)     Gore, S.F. (RB)              250      42 6.0   157 33 4.8     93   9 10.3
7)     Graham, T.B. (RB)            246      29 8.5   207 25 8.3     39   4 9.8
8)     C. Johnson, Det. (WR)        236      13 18.2    0   0 ---   236 13 18.2
9)     Moss, Was. (WR)              228      13 17.5   27   1 27.0  201 12 16.8
10)    Boldin, Ariz (WR)            222      14 15.9    0   0 ---   222 14 15.9
11)    Jacobs, NY-G (RB)            219      38 5.8   209 36 5.8     10   2 5.0
12)    *D. Jackson, Phi. (WR)       216      12 18.0    0   0 ---   216 12 18.0
13)    Barber, Dal. (RB)            215      41 5.2   143 34 4.2     72   7 10.3
14)    Burress, NY-G (WR)           214      15 14.3    0   0 ---   214 15 14.3
15)    Witten, Dal. (TE)            206      13 15.8    0   0 ---   206 13 15.8
16)    J. Jones, Sea. (RB)          203      44 4.6   172 39 4.4     31   5 6.2
17)    Westbrook, Phi. (RB)         195      45 4.3   149 37 4.0     46   8 5.8
18)    Fitzgerald, Ariz (WR)        184        9 20.4   0   0 ---   184   9 20.4
19)    Portis, Was. (RB)            183      46 4.0   180 44 4.1      3   2 1.5
20)    Owens, Dal. (WR)             176       8 22.0    0   0 ---   176   8 22.0
21)    Jackson, St.L (RB)           164      37 4.4    93 27 3.4     71 10 7.1
22)    James, Ariz (RB)             155      45 3.4   155 44 3.5      0   1 0.0
23)    Bruce, S.F. (WR)             153        4 38.3   0   0 ---   153   4 38.3
24)    *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)       141      34 4.1    88 26 3.4     53   8 6.6
25)    Lewis, Phi. (WR)             140       8 17.5    0   0 ---   140   8 17.5
26)    Dunn, T.B. (RB)              135      25 5.4   103 21 4.9     32   4 8.0
27t)   *Carlson, Sea. (TE)          130      10 13.0    0   0 ---   130 10 13.0
27t)   *Stewart, Car. (RB)          130      24 5.4   130 24 5.4      0   0 ---
29t)   Johnson, S.F. (WR)           126        9 14.0   0   0 ---   126   9 14.0
29t)   Randle El, Was. (WR)         126      11 11.5    0   0 ---   126 11 11.5
29t)   Ward, NY-G (RB)              126      20 6.3    97 17 5.7     29   3 9.7
32)    Norwood, Atl. (RB)           125      23 5.4   111 20 5.6     14   3 4.7
33t)   Muhammad, Car. (WR)          115      11 10.5    0   0 ---   115 11 10.5
33t)   White, Atl. (WR)             115        7 16.4   2   1 2.0   113   6 18.8
33t)   Williams, Car. (RB)          115      31 3.7   117 29 4.0     -2   2 -1.0
36t)   Baskett, Phi. (WR)           112       4 28.0    0   0 ---   112   4 28.0
36t)   Grant, G.B. (RB)             112      27 4.1   112 27 4.1      0   0 ---
38)    Crayton, Dal. (WR)           105        8 13.1   0   0 ---   105   8 13.1
39)    Rosario, Car. (TE)           102       8 12.8    0   0 ---   102   8 12.8
40)    McMichael, St.L (TE)         101        7 14.4   0   0 ---   101   7 14.4
41)    P. Thomas, N.O. (RB)         100      20 5.0    60 16 3.8     40   4 10.0
42)    Williams, Det. (WR)           95       6 15.8    0   0 ---    95   6 15.8
43)    Patten, N.O. (WR)             94        6 15.7   0   0 ---    94   6 15.7
44)    Jackson, G.B. (RB)            93      18 5.2    73 14 5.2     20   4 5.0
45)    Lloyd, Chi. (WR)              92        7 13.1   0   0 ---    92   7 13.1
46t)   Driver, G.B. (WR)             90      11 8.2     0   0 ---    90 11 8.2
46t)   Henderson, N.O. (WR)          90        3 30.0   0   0 ---    90   3 30.0
48)    Hilliard, T.B. (WR)           86      10 8.6     0   0 ---    86 10 8.6
49)    Holt, St.L (WR)               85        7 12.1   0   0 ---    85   7 12.1
50t)   Cooley, Was. (TE)             79        6 13.2   0   0 ---    79   6 13.2
50t)   Toomer, NY-G (WR)             79       8 9.9     0   0 ---    79   8 9.9
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008

NFL / MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE
                                         Total         Rushing      Receiving
Rank   Player, Team               Yards Att+Rec Avg Yards Att Avg Yards Rec Avg
1)     Peterson, Min. (RB)          294      53 5.5   263 48 5.5     31   5 6.2
2)     Turner, Atl. (RB)            274      38 7.2   262 36 7.3     12   2 6.0
3)     Jennings, G.B. (WR)          258      11 23.5    0   0 ---   258 11 23.5
4t)    Bush, N.O. (RB)              254      39 6.5    79 24 3.3    175 15 11.7
4t)    *Forte, Chi. (RB)            254      52 4.9   215 46 4.7     39   6 6.5
6)     Gore, S.F. (RB)              250      42 6.0   157 33 4.8     93   9 10.3
7)     *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)       248      39 6.4   202 34 5.9     46   5 9.2
8)     Graham, T.B. (RB)            246      29 8.5   207 25 8.3     39   4 9.8
9)     Parker, Pit. (RB)            243      53 4.6   243 53 4.6      0   0 ---
10)    C. Johnson, Det. (WR)        236      13 18.2    0   0 ---   236 13 18.2
11)    *McFadden, Oak. (RB)         230      32 7.2   210 30 7.0     20   2 10.0
12)    Moss, Was. (WR)              228      13 17.5   27   1 27.0  201 12 16.8
13)    Boldin, Ariz (WR)            222      14 15.9    0   0 ---   222 14 15.9
14)    Jacobs, NY-G (RB)            219      38 5.8   209 36 5.8     10   2 5.0
15)    *D. Jackson, Phi. (WR)       216      12 18.0    0   0 ---   216 12 18.0
16)    Barber, Dal. (RB)            215      41 5.2   143 34 4.2     72   7 10.3
17)    Burress, NY-G (WR)           214      15 14.3    0   0 ---   214 15 14.3
18)    Witten, Dal. (TE)            206      13 15.8    0   0 ---   206 13 15.8
19)    J. Jones, Sea. (RB)          203      44 4.6   172 39 4.4     31   5 6.2
20)    Westbrook, Phi. (RB)         195      45 4.3   149 37 4.0     46   8 5.8
21)    *Royal, Den. (WR)            192      16 12.0    9   2 4.5   183 14 13.1
22)    Gonzalez, Ind. (WR)          185      14 13.2    0   0 ---   185 14 13.2
23)    Fitzgerald, Ariz (WR)        184        9 20.4   0   0 ---   184   9 20.4
24)    Portis, Was. (RB)            183      46 4.0   180 44 4.1      3   2 1.5
25t)   Evans, Buf. (WR)             179        8 22.4   0   0 ---   179   8 22.4
25t)   Wayne, Ind. (WR)             179      15 11.9    0   0 ---   179 15 11.9
27)    Jones, NY-J (RB)             178      44 4.0   171 39 4.4      7   5 1.4
28)    Owens, Dal. (WR)             176        8 22.0   0   0 ---   176   8 22.0
29)    Marshall, Den. (WR)          166      18 9.2     0   0 ---   166 18 9.2
30)    Jackson, St.L (RB)           164      37 4.4    93 27 3.4     71 10 7.1
31)    Lynch, Buf. (RB)             161      41 3.9   135 37 3.6     26   4 6.5
32)    James, Ariz (RB)             155      45 3.4   155 44 3.5      0   1 0.0
33)    Bruce, S.F. (WR)             153        4 38.3   0   0 ---   153   4 38.3
34t)   Fargas, Oak. (RB)            152      29 5.2   140 27 5.2     12   2 6.0
34t)   Tomlinson, S.D. (RB)         152      36 4.2   123 31 4.0     29   5 5.8
36)    Lewis, Cle. (RB)             142      36 3.9   100 32 3.1     42   4 10.5
37)    *Kev. Smith, Det. (RB)       141      34 4.1    88 26 3.4     53   8 6.6
38)    Lewis, Phi. (WR)             140        8 17.5   0   0 ---   140   8 17.5
39)    Bowe, K.C. (WR)              139      11 12.6    0   0 ---   139 11 12.6
40)    Moss, N.E. (WR)              138        8 17.3   0   0 ---   138   8 17.3
41)    Scheffler, Den. (TE)         136        7 19.4   0   0 ---   136   7 19.4
42t)   Dunn, T.B. (RB)              135      25 5.4   103 21 4.9     32   4 8.0
42t)   Ward, Pit. (WR)              135      11 12.3    0   0 ---   135 11 12.3
44)    Jackson, Buf. (RB)           131      23 5.7    48 16 3.0     83   7 11.9
45t)   *Carlson, Sea. (TE)          130      10 13.0    0   0 ---   130 10 13.0
45t)   M. Jones, Jac. (WR)          130      11 11.8    0   0 ---   130 11 11.8
45t)   *Stewart, Car. (RB)          130      24 5.4   130 24 5.4      0   0 ---
48)    Sproles, S.D. (RB)           128      11 11.6   56   9 6.2    72   2 36.0
49)    Chambers, S.D. (WR)          127        5 25.4   0   0 ---   127   5 25.4
50t)   Johnson, S.F. (WR)           126        9 14.0   0   0 ---   126   9 14.0
50t)   Randle El, Was. (WR)         126      11 11.5    0   0 ---   126 11 11.5
50t)   Ward, NY-G (RB)              126      20 6.3    97 17 5.7     29   3 9.7
WEEK 2 / THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2008
AFC / LEADERS IN FIRST DOWNS
Rank Player, Team               Rush Rec Tot
1t) *C. Johnson, Ten. (RB)        10   2    12
1t) Parker, Pit. (RB)             12   0    12
3)   Gonzalez, Ind. (WR)           0 11     11
4t) Marshall, Den. (WR)            0 10     10
4t) *Royal, Den. (WR)              1   9    10
6)   Wayne, Ind. (WR)              0   9     9
7t) Evans, Buf. (WR)