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Eagles 49, Raiders 20

Nick Foles equals an NFL record with seven touchdown passes and throws for 406 yards to lead visiting Philadelphia to a 49-20 dismantling of Oakland before an announced crowd of 51,751 at Coliseum on Nov. 3, 2013.

Foles becomes the seventh player in league history with seven scoring passes in a game. The Broncos' Peyton Manning accomplished the feat in Denver's 2013 season opener. The others to equal the record are Adrian Burk, Sid Luckman, George Blanda, Y.A. Tittle and Joe Kapp.

Foles throws three touchdown passes to wideout Riley Copper. Brent Celek, Zach Ertz, LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson also have scoring receptions for the Eagles (4-5), who did not have a touchdown the previous two games.

"I don’t think Nick Foles has ever seen anything on film that would give him any indication he’d throw for seven touchdowns,” Raiders free safety Charles Woodson tells reporters after the game. “Nobody thought today he’d come in and have this kind of day.”

Rashad Jennings (8-yards) and Jeremy Stewart (2 yards) have rushing touchdowns for Oakland (3-5), which runs 92 plays and has 560 total yards.


QB Nick Foles — Is 22 of 28 passing for 406 yards and seven touchdowns. The backup throws scoring passes on the Eagles' first four possessions to put the Raiders in a 28-10 hole.

WR Riley Copper — Has five catches for 139 yards and three TDs. Cooper beats Oakland rookie cornerback D.J. Hayden for 17- and 63-yard touchdown catches on successive plays in the second quarter

WR/KR DeSean Jackson — The former Cal star has 150 receiving yards on five catches and a TD. Jackson's 32-yard punt return during the second quarter sets up Philly's third touchdown.

QB Terrelle Pryor — Throws for 288 yards on 22 of 41 passing and has 94 rushing yards on 10 carries but is intercepted twice and sacked three times.

RB Rashad Jennings — Has 102 rushing yards on 15 carries and catches seven passes for 74 yards.

RB Jeremy Stewart — His 2-yard TD run with 0:52 remaining are the first points by Oakland during the second half the past three games.

The Eagles' Nick Foles has more TD passes (7) than incompletions (6) on his way to tying a league record shared with six others. Foles throws seven TD passes against the Raiders on 26 attempts. Entering the game, he had a total of six touchdowns in 90 attempts this season

The Raiders have 560 total yards — the third-most in their history. It's also the ninth-most yards gained by a losing team since the 1970 merger and third most in that span by a team that scored 20 or fewer points.
Wide receiver Riley Cooper becomes the first Eagles player with three TD catches in a game since Kevin Curtis in 2007.
With 102 rushing yards, the Raiders' Rashad Jennings becomes the first running back this season to reach 100 or more rushing yards against the Eagles.

"It’s embarrassing. I hate losing. It’s not acceptable to me and I don’t like it. All the guys in here agree with me. We have to do something about it instead of tanking it.”

Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor

"A couple of people came up to me and said that I tied the (NFL) record with seven touchdowns. It’s a great honor. Hats off to our guys for doing a great job.”

Eagles QB Nick Foles

"When a quarterback has seven touchdowns, we have to sit there and take that personal. We can’t give a guy seven touchdowns in a game, let alone put up 49 points on us. It was flat-out embarrassing that we allowed that to happen.”

Raiders CB Tracy Porter

7: Interceptions by Terrelle Pryor in Oakland's last three games, including two picks against the Eagles.
382: Scrimmage yards for Oakland's Terrelle Pryor, who throws for 288 yards and runs for 94.
560: Raiders total yards, third most in franchise history.

The Eagles win their first regular-season game against the Raiders in Oakland. Philadelphia had lost its previous three road games in Oakland (1971, 1995 & and 2009). The Eagles lead the regular-season series 6-5.

The 49 points for the Eagles against Oakland are their most since beating Washington 59-28 in 2010.

Updated: 11-04-2013


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