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Philadelphia Eagles 2010 Superlatives

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With the 2010 regular season over, I thought it might be fun to check out some records that fell for the Eagles this year as well to highlight some superlative performances by players this season.

The Eagles actually led the NFC in rushing with 145.4 yards per game. They finished top 5 in the NFL.

Combined, Eagles quarterbacks threw for 4,215 yards and 28 TDs.

Set a franchise record for points in a season with 439. 2010 marks the third consecutive season they set a new mark in that category.

LeSean McCoy led the team in catches with 78, right behind him was Jeremy Maclin with 70. McCoy also led the team in yards from scrimmage with 1,672.

Maclin led the team in TDs scored with 10, while McCoy and Vick were right on his heels with 9 each. DeSean Jackson scored 8.

Won their 12th consecutive game after a bye (Week 9 vs. Colts), the longest such winning streak in NFL history.

Set a team record with 592 yards of total offense in a Week 10.

Rookie S Nate Allen had an interception in Weeks 1 and 2, and became the first Eagles rookie to post an interception in each of his first two games of a season since Brenard Wilson in 1979.

The Eagles scored 28 points in the fourth quarter of their Week 15 comeback victory. The most in franchise history.