LeSean McCoy had a big day running the football, leading the way to a good win for the Eagles over the Packers, 27-13, in Green Bay.
Nick Foles punished the Packers for three scores on 12 of 18 passing for 228 yards and one fumble. On the Packers side, Scott Tolzien went 24 for 39 with 280 yards passing, one touchdown and two picks.
McCoy was a focal point for the Eagles, running at will on the Packers for 155 yards on 25 carries. Riley Cooper was a highlight, pulling in three balls for 102 yards with two touchdowns.
The Philadelphia defensive unit led the way to a victory, giving up 99 yards rushing and 305 passing. They were able to get to Tolzien for one sack.
Packers wide receiver Jarrett Boykin gave a standout effort with 112 receiving yards. Tight end Brandon Bostick also gave a strong effort with 42 receiving yards and one touchdown.
The Eagles host the Redskins (3-6) next week while the Packers head to East Rutherford to face the Giants (3-6).
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