Here are a dozen things to ponder, leading up to Sunday's Eagles-Redskins game:

* The Eagles have scored touchdowns on seven of their eight chances inside the red zone and lead the league in red-zone scoring, averaging 6.5 points per trip. Jeremy Maclin has three of those red-zone touchdowns.

* The Redskins are last in the league in total defense at 423.7 yards allowed per game and 31st in passing defense (325.7).

* Donovan McNabb isn't the only ex-Eagle coming back to Philadelphia. Offensive lineman Artis Hicks spent 2002 to '05 with the Birds.

* Michael Vick is second in the NFL in passer rating (110.2), trailing only the Colts' Peyton Manning (116.9).

* Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson have combined for six touchdown receptions, tying them with the Colts' Reggie Wayne and Austin Collie for the most of any duo in the league. Their 465 combined receiving yards rank fourth.

* The Eagles are third with 45 plays of 10 yards or more and third with nine pass plays of 25 yards or more.

* Redskins safety LaRon Landry leads the NFL with 34 tackles.

* The Redskins have not started 2-0 in the NFC East since 1995 when they beat Arizona in Week 1 and Dallas in Week 5.

* Redskins linebacker London Fletcher will play in his 196th consecutive game. He is currently tied with Peyton Manning and Ronde Barber for the second-longest active streak behind Brett Favre (290).

* The Redskins have been very good on first down. They lead the NFL in yards per first-down play at 7.49.

* Washington has been solid in kickoff return coverage, allowing an average of 16.3 yards per return (third in the league).

* You have to go all the way back to 1959 for the Eagles record for yards rushing against the Redskins. Billy Ray Barnes ran for 163 yards on Nov. 1, 1959.