2: Second-place finish in the NFC East, the 10th time in Reid's 13 seasons that the Eagles will have finished in the top two in the division. The Giants have finished in the top two seven times over that span, with four division titles.
71.7: Percentage of total game time for the season that the Eagles were tied or ahead.
60-17: Score by which the Eagles were outscored in the fourth quarter of their first six home games.
356: Team record for first downs. The previous record was 332 in 1981.
134: Rushing first downs by Eagles, 50 more than they allowed their opponents.
6,386: Team record for total net yards. The previous record was 6,230 in 2010.
4,276: Gross passing yards, the third-most in team history.
800: The Eagles had three receivers with at least 800 receiving yards for the first time (DeSean Jackson, 961; Jeremy Maclin, 859; and Brent Celek, 811.
2: Number of LeSean McCoy catches the Eagles were short of becoming the third team in NFL history with four players with 50 receptions (1980 Browns, 1994 Patriots).
6.47: Eagles' offense was second in the NFL in yards per play on first down. Houston was first (6.57)
20: Team record for touchdowns set by LeSean McCoy, which led the NFL.
17: Team record for rushing touchdowns set by McCoy.
1,309: McCoy's rushing yardage, fifth on the team's single-season list. He was fifth in total yards from scrimmage in the league with 1,624.
12: Conversions on third-and-1 plays by McCoy, on 16 attempts.
120: Points scored by LeSean McCoy, which led the NFL among non-kickers.
3,303: Career high passing yards for Michael Vick, along with his career-high 253 completions and 423 pass attempts.
71.1: Vick's passer rating on third down, 26th in the league. He threw five touchdowns and six interceptions on third down.
11: Number of rushing attempts over the last four games by Vick, after returning from rib problems.
65: Rushes by Vick in his first nine games.
19: Touchdowns Vick was responsible for: 18 passing and one rushing.
18: Turnovers Vick was responsible for: 14 interceptions and four lost fumbles.
25: Interceptions thrown by Eagles quarterbacks, tied for most in NFL (Bills).
3.3 percent: Interception percentage by Vick.
8.5 percent: Combined interception percentage by Vince Young and Mike Kafka.
900: DeSean Jackson is the fifth player in NFL history to eclipse 900 receiving yards in each of his first four seasons, joining Randy Moss, Jerry Rice, Bob Hayes and Joey Galloway.
52: Career-high receptions for wide receiver Jason Avant. His reception total has increased in each of his six NFL seasons (7, 23, 32, 41, 51 and 52).
2,789: Career receiving yards for Brent Celek, surpassing Keith Jackson (2,757) for the third-highest total ever by an Eagles tight end.
2: Career receiving touchdowns by Chad Hall, both coming in season finales (2010 and 2011).
.889: Rookie kicker Alex Henery set a team record for field-goal percentage in a single season, connecting on 24 of his 27 tries. His 118 points were the most ever by an Eagles rookie kicker, surpassing Paul McFadden's 116 in 1984.
16: Consecutive field goals (and counting) without a miss for Henery, the third-longest streak in team history. Davd Akers connected on 17 straight twice in his Birds career.
42.9: Eagles punter Chas Henry was 25th in the NFL with a 42.9 average.
-14: The Eagles' turnover ratio. Only Tampa Bay was worse at at -16. Buffalo was -15.
38: Eagles giveaways resulted in 86 points.
13: Fumbles lost (out of 23 total fumbles)
7: Fumbles by Vick by the third quarter of the third game (168 snaps).
3: Fumbles by Vick in the remaining 617 plays of his season.
.596: The touchdown percentage of Eagles opponents in the red zone (28 TDs on 42 possessions). That was 30th in the league.
50: Sacks by Eagles defense, tied for most in the league (Vikings).
18: Jason Babin finished third in the NFL in sacks with 18, behind Jared Allen (22) and DeMarcus Ware (19.5).
6: Multisack games by Babin, accounting for 15 of his 18 sacks.
47: Yards allowed on the first play run of the season, a Steven Jackson touchdown run for the Rams.