Eagles' best number: 131 (A.J. Brown receiving yards)

Eagles' worst number: 4 (Eagles turnovers)

View from my living room:
I prepped for the game by taking our two oldest grandsons to Uncle Bill's in Cape May for breakfast.  We got back to their house to find their younger brother Nixon, who is almost two, running around yelling "Natic shirt." He apparently is getting a Phillie 'Phanatic t-shirt in time for the NLCS.

Three stars

1. Jets safety Tony Adams (interception to set up the Jets' go-ahead TD).

2. Jets place-kicker Greg Zuerlein (4-for-4 field goals).

3. Eagles Pass Rusher Haason Reddick (2.5 sacks).

Eagles' best play
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts fought off a pass-rusher with one arm, then fired a 10-yard completion to wide receiver A.J. Brown on a third-and-six play on the opening drive that ended with an Eagles' touchdown.

Eagles' worst play
Adams registered the Jets' third interception against Hurts and returned it 45 yards in the fourth quarter.  The Eagles allowed running back Breece Hall to score on an 8-yard run with 1:46 left in regulation.

Turning point
The game wasn't decided until the end, when Jets defensive back Jordan Whitehead batted down Hurts' deep, fourth-down pass toward wide receiver DeVonta Smith with 1:26 remaining.

Did you notice?
The Jets were 0-12 vs. the Eagles before Sunday. … Brown became the first wide receiver in Eagles' history to have at least 125 receiving yards in four straight games. … Center Jason Kelce started his 145th consecutive regular-season game, breaking the franchise record held by former tackle Jon Runyan. … Defensive end Brandon Graham played in his 184th game, breaking the mark for Eagles' defensive players set by former safety Brian Dawkins. … Hurts' three interceptions tied his career-high. … Hurts has thrown seven interceptions this season in six games. He had six all of last season.

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