Eagles-Chiefs by the numbers

* With Sunday's win, the Eagles now are 5-6 under Andy Reid the week before the bye. It was only their third pre-bye week win in the last 9 years.

* Andy Reid now is 17-6 in games against rookie head coaches in his career, 11-2 at home.

* In his last seven games, tight end Brent Celek has 44 receptions for 426 yards and six touchdowns. With 104 receiving yards against the Chiefs and 104 last week against the Saints, he became the first Eagle tight end to string together back-to-back 100-yard receiving performances since Pete Re tzlaff back in 1965.

* According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Kevin Kolb is the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for 300 yards in his first two career starts.

* DeSean Jackson, who had a 64-yard touchdown catch against the Chiefs, has recorded a 60-plus yard touchdown in each of the Eagles' first three games. According to Elias Sports Bureau, the last NFL player to do that was the Chiefs' Dante Hall in 2003. The last Eagle: Jack Ferrante in 1945.

* The Chiefs were 0-for-11 on third down against the Eagles. The last time the Eagles pitched a third-down shutout was Week 1 of the '08 season vs. the Rams (also 0-for-11).

* The Eagles have at least one lost fumble in seven of their last eight games and 11 of their last 14.

* David Akers, who booted 29- and 38-yard field goals Sunday, has converted 21 of 24 attempts in his last nine games. He's 6-for-8 from 40-49 yards and 3-for-4 from 50-plus in those nine games.

* Since 2000, the Eagles are 70-13-1 when they hold their opponent to 17 points or less. They are 2-0 this season.

* The Eagles didn't give up a sack against the Chiefs and have allowed just four in the first three games. Last year, they had given up seven at this point.

* In their last seven games, the Eagles have given up 793 rushing yards on 202 carries, an average of 3.9 yards per carry.

* After forcing seven turnovers in their Week 1 win vs. Carolina, the Eagles have just two takeaways in their last two games.