What we're talking about after the Eagles' win over the Redskins:
**Another day, another concussion. This time it was the Eagles' big-play wide receiver, DeSean Jackson. He left the game in the third quarter with a concussion after getting hit by Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, who, yes, was the same guy who gave Brian Westbrook his first concussion. It's uncertain whether Jackson will be able to play next week against Atlanta.
** Another big day for Avant. Eagles slot receiver Jason Avant had five catches for 94 yards, including back-to-back 46- and 20-yard receptions on his team's game-tying, fourth-quarter touchdown drive. He has 32 catches this season on just 42 passes in his direction. Twenty of those 32 catches have been for first downs.
**Defense's fourth-quarter stand. After struggling to stop the Redskins' offense for the better part of three quarters, the Eagles' injury-ravaged defense came up big in the fourth quarter, holding the 'Skins to a field goal after they drove to the Philadelphia 7, and stopping them on four third-down tries in the fourth quarter.
**Another comeback for McNabb. One of the big knocks on Donovan McNabb has been that he seldom has engineered fourth-quarter comebacks. But for the second straight week, he did exactly that, completing five of six passes for 116 yards on two late scoring drives that turned an eight-point deficit into a three-point victory.
**Asante the Interceptor. The guy can't tackle to save his life, but he proved once again that he is one of the league's top ball hawks, intercepting two more passes. He now has seven in 11 games. That's the most by an Eagle since Troy Vincent also picked off seven in 1999.