Monday, August 31, 2015

Eagles' doubles triples

Eagles multi-100 yards receiving games.

Eagles' doubles triples

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For the second time this season, the 9th time under Andy Reid and the 26th time in their history (including the postseason), the Eagles had multiple players with 100-yard receiving games Sunday. Here is the complete list (losses in bold):

 Date  Opponent  Quarterback(s)  Receivers  No.  Yds.  TD
 Dec. 9, 2012  at Buccaneers  Nick Foles  Jeremy Maclin
 Jason Avant
   9
   7
 104
 133
 1
 0
 Sept. 16, 2012  Ravens  Michael Vick  Brent Celek
 DeSean Jackson
   8
   7
 157
 114
 0
 0
 Sept. 27, 2009  Chiefs  Kevin Kolb  DeSean Jackson
 Brent Celek
   6
   8
 149
 104
 1
 1
 Sept. 20, 2009  Saints  Kevin Kolb  Brent Celek
 DeSean Jackson
   8
   4
 104
 101
 0
 1
 Sept. 7, 2008  Rams  Donovan McNabb
 Kevin Kolb
 Hank Baskett
 DeSean Jackson
 Greg Lewis
   2
   6
   5
 102
 106
 104
 1
 0
 0
 Sept. 23, 2007  Lions  Donovan McNabb  Kevin Curtis
 Brian Westbrook
 11
   5
 221
 111
 3
 1
 Sept. 18, 2005  49ers  Donovan McNabb
 Koy Detmer
 L.J.Smith
 Terrell Owens
   9
   5
 119
 143
 1
 2
 Dec. 5, 2004  Packers  Donovan McNabb  Terrell Owens
 Brian Westbrook
   8
 11
 161
 156
 1
 3
 Oct. 24, 2004  at Browns  Donovan McNabb  Terrell Owens
 Todd Pinkston
   4
   6
 109
 100
 2
 0
 Sept. 20, 1992  Broncos  Randall Cunningham  Fred Barnett
 Calvin Williams
   5
   5
 102
 108
 1
 2
 Sept. 17,1989  at Redskins  Randall Cunningham  Keith Byars
 Keith Jackson
   8
 12
 130
 126
 0
 3
 Dec. 31, 1988
 (Playoff)
 at Bears  Randall Cunningham  Keith Byars
 Keith Jackson
   9
   7
 103
 142
 0
 0
 Nov. 27, 1983  at Redskins  Ron Jaworski  Melvin Hoover
 Mike Quick
   4
   5
 128
 104
 0
 2
 Sept. 11, 1983  Redskins  Ron Jaworski  Mike Quick
 Harold Carmichael
   4
   9
 106
 108
 1
 0
 Oct. 18, 1981  at Vikings  Ron Jaworski  Harold Carmichael
 Wilbert Montgomery
   8
 10
 109
 143
 1
 1
 Dec. 16, 1973  at Redskins  Roman Gabriel  Harold Carmichael
 Charle Young
   4
   5
 111
 104
 0
 1
 Sept. 17, 1967  Redskins  Norm Snead  Gary Ballman
 Ben Hawkins
   4
   5
 105
 100
 2
 0
 Dec. 5, 1965  Cowboys  Norm Snead  Ray Poage
 Pete Retzlaff
   5
   6
 142
 118
 1
 0
 Dec. 16, 1962  at Cardinals  Sonny Jurgensen  Tommy McDonald
 Timmy Brown
   4
   5
 162
 199
 3
 2
 Nov. 25, 1962  Cowboys  Sonny Jurgensen  Tommy McDonald
 Pete Retzlaff
   3
   4
 108
 113
 1
 0
 Oct. 29, 1961  at Redskins  Sonny Jurgensen  Tommy McDonald
 Pete Retzlaff
   7
   7
 141
 125
 1
 2
 Oct. 1, 1961  Cardinals  Sonny Jurgensen  Tommy McDonald
 Bobby Walston
 11
   2
 187
 127
 0
 0
 Dec. 18, 1960  at Redskins  Sonny Jurgensen
 Norm Van Brocklin
 Tommy McDonald
 Timmy Brown
 Pete Retzlaff
   2
   5
   5
 116
 128
 110
 2
 1
 1
 Oct. 3, 1954  at Cardinals  Adrian Burke
 Bobby Thomason
 Jerry Williams
 Bobby Walston
   5
   5
 166
 110
 1
 3
 Nov. 15, 1953  Colts  Bobby Thomason  Pete Pihos
 Bobby Walston
   7
   7
 118
 110
 1
 0
 Nov. 8, 1953  Giants  Bobby Thomason  Bobby Walston
 Pete Pihos
   8
   7
 176
 145
 2
 2

 

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