Racking Up Receiving Yards

The Eagles, ranked ninth in pass defense in the NFL before Sunday, allowed Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt to rack up 225 receiving yards on just seven catches. Those were the most receiving yards ever by one player against the Eagles. Here is how the Eagles have fared against the opponent's top receiver this season:

Sunday: Titans' Kenny Britt, 225 yards on 7 catches. Longest: 80 yards.

Oct. 17: Falcons' Michael Jenkins, 99 yards on 5 catches. Longest: 42 yards.

Oct. 10: 49ers' Michael Crabtree, 105 yards on 9 catches. Longest: 22 yards.

Oct. 3: Redskins' Anthony Armstrong, 57 yards on 1 catch.

Sept. 26: Jaguars' Mike Sims-Walker, 34 yards on 2 catches. Longest: 23 yards.

Sept. 19: Lions' Jahvid Best, 154 yards on 9 catches. Longest: 75 yards.

Sept. 12: Packers' Greg Jennings, 82 yards on 5 catches. Longest: 32 yards.

Here are the most yards gained receving against the Eagles until Sunday:

Tony Hill, Cowboys, 213 yards on 7 catches, Nov. 12, 1979.

Hugh Taylor, Redskins, 212 yards on 8 catches, Sept. 28, 1947.