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What: NFC wild-card playoff

Who: Eagles (9-6-1) at Minnesota (10-6)

When: Sunday, 4:30 p.m.

Where: Metrodome, Minneapolis

TV: Fox

Radio: WYSP (94.1-FM), WIP (610-AM)

Series history: This will be the third postseason meeting. If you believe in karma, the Eagles have faced the Vikings twice before in the postseason - following the 1980 and 2004 regular seasons.

EAGLES INJURY REPORT

Defensive end Chris Clemons and safety Brian Dawkins cramped up and went to the locker room for IVs but returned to the game. Coach Andy Reid said he had nothing else to report.

LOOKING AHEAD

The Eagles completed their 2009 opponents by finishing second in the NFC East. They play Dallas, Washington and the Giants home and away. Other home opponents are Denver, Kansas City, New Orleans, San Francisco and Tampa Bay. Other road opponents are Atlanta, Carolina, Chicago, Oakland and San Diego.

POSTGAME VOICES

"Very easily, they could have lost the faith and not prepared themselves right for today, but, right from the get-go, it was all about the Cowboys. They weren't worried about anything that would happen and any of the scenarios today."

-- Andy Reid

"What a perfect time to do it."

--Donovan McNabb, on posting a convincing victory

BIG NUMBER: 412

Yards the Eagles advanced the ball in the second and third quarters from scrimmage and on returns.