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The Eagles "stat of the week" is brought to you by Comcast and the new NFL Red Zone channel

The stat of the week comes directly from the NFL's PR department, who sent out a press release about the importance of good cover corners. In that release, they listed the players with the most passes defensed since 2000.

Number one was Asante Samuel with 101. Who was number 2? Sheldon Brown with 88. There were a number of players tied for 3rd with 80.

An impressive stat and certainly one that lends credence to the notion that the Eagles have the best set of corners in the league. The good news is that both guys should be healthy enough to go this Sunday

Do you want to see every touchdown from every NFL game as it happens as well as live look-ins to all of Sunday's games in key situations? Then you need Comcast's NFL RedZone. In fact, the great Bill Conlin dedicated an entire column to the greatness of NFL Red Zone. Check out this gushing...

I am writing this column at the same time I am watching the greatest invention since the wheel...

NFL Red Zone, an out-of-body, all-encompassing, died-and-woke-up-in-football-heaven experience.

Nine 1 o'clock games have just kicked off. Comcast SportsNet alum Scott Hanson is at the studio controls of a breathless, no-commercial, every-scoring-play - most of them live - roller-coaster ride that careens inside the 20s until the final whistle of the last 4 o'clock game.

Did I say no commercials?