By Max Harper
The Eagles bagged 48 points yesterday.
Which was 5 fewer than Joel Embiid got last night.
But, more to the point, only one less than the 49 they got against the Giants in 1959 in a 49-14 rout at Franklin Field.
ESPN’s Tim McManus asks a very good question:
Is this the greatest offense in Eagles history?
It’s making a strong case.
The Eagles set a new record for rushing touchdowns in a season with 27.
A.J. Brown surpassed the 1,000-yard mark and is the fourth Eagle to have 1,000 receiving yards and 10 receiving touchdowns.
Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders each have at least 10 rushing TDs, marking the first time in Eagles history multiple players have reached that benchmark.
This unit can do whatever it wants — a nice quality to have for a team with championship aspirations.
Next game: at Bears (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)