The Eagles are the only team in the NFL that has not allowed an opposing player to rush for 100 or more yards this season.
Sure, that is more reaching than I will do over the Thanksgiving dinner table Thursday ... but if you have watched this defense perform this season — especially over the last couple of weeks — you can understand that we'll take any positive stat we can.
So ... once again for effect ... There have been 70 100-yard rushing performances in 2012, and the Eagles have not surrendered a one of them.
On the other hand, the Redskins have notched four of those 70, three by running back Alfred Morris, another by rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III.