The Philadelphia Eagles (6-7) look to win in front of the home fans for the first time since Nov 21, as they welcome in the Washington Football Team (6-7) to Lincoln Financial Field on Tuesday Night.

» When: Tuesday, Dec 21

» Kickoff: 7 p.m.

» Where: Lincoln Financial Field

» Records: Philadelphia (6-7) / Washington (6-7)

» Pregame Coverage: Eagles Radio Network coverage starts at 6 p.m. | Merrill and Mike call all the action at 7 p.m. on 97.3 ESPN.

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TUES DEC. 21st, 2021  • 7 PM (97.3 ESPN) • Lincoln Financial Field

Eagles Key Performers 

► Jalen Hurts | Hurts was not given an injury designation for Week 15 against Washington.

► Dallas Goedert | Goedert caught 6-of-6 targets for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles' Week 13 win over the Jets.

► Kenneth Gainwell | Gainwell had 12 carries for 54 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' Week 13 win over the Jets, adding five catches for 33 yards.

Washington Key Performers 

► Garrett Gilbert | Gilbert will start in Week 15 against the Eagles.

► Antonio Gibson |  Gibson rushed 10 times for 36 yards, catching both of his targets for five yards in Washington's Week 14 loss to the Cowboys.

Eagles vs Washington Game notes

► The Eagles are 13-8 (.619) in December/January regular-season contests since 2017, winning 9 of the last 14 games (.643). Philadelphia has also registered an 8-2 record (.800) in December/ January regular-season home games dating back to 2016.

► Philadelphia owns the No. 1-ranked rushing offense (160.0 ypg) in the NFL and is tied with Tennessee for the 3rd-most rushing TDs (19), trailing only Arizona (21) and Indianapolis (20).

► The Eagles are the first NFL team to post 175+ rushing yards in 6 consecutive games since the 1985 Chicago Bears (7). The last time Philadelphia accomplished the feat was in 1949 (6).

► The Eagles are one of only three NFL teams ranking among the Top 7 in both third-down efficiency (4th, 45.5%) and red zone offense (7th, 63.6%), joining Arizona and Tampa Bay.

► Since Week 8, Philadelphia ranks among the Top 6 in the NFL in the following defensive categories: defensive TDs (T-1st, 3), rushing yards per game (3rd, 81.8), third-down conversion rate (5th, 33.3%) and points per game (6th, 17.7).

► Since Week 14 of 2020, Jalen Hurts ranks 9th among NFL QBs in total offense (4,321) and T-10th in total TDs (29).

► Miles Sanders ranks 4th among NFL RBs in rushing average (5.16) (min. 100 attempts), trailing only Tony Pollard (5.63), Jonathan Taylor (5.59) and Nick Chubb (5.54) in that category.

► Dallas Goedert leads all NFL TEs in receiving first-down percentage (75.6%) and yards per reception (14.5) (min. 40 catches).

► Javon Hargrave is tied for the 2nd-most sacks (career-high 7.5) among NFL DTs, behind Aaron Donald (10.0).

► Darius Slay has totaled 3 defensive TDs (most in NFL).

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