Eagles fly past Raiders, win 49-20
Ray Guy honored before game
Former Oakland Raiders punter Ray Guy lights the Al Davis Memorial Flame before Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Guy was named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Seniors Committee for the Class of 2014 earlier in the week.
Celek gets Eagles on board
Eagles tight end Brent Celek hauls in a two-yard pass from quarterback Nick Foles in the first quarter. Celek finished with three catches for 27 yards.
Cooper makes it 14-3
Not long after a field goal by Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski the Eagles marched right back down the field, concluding with a 17-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Nick Foles to wide receiver Riley Cooper in the first quarter.
Cooper goes 63 yards to the house
After another failed drive by the Raiders offense Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper took the first play of the next drive to the endzone for a 63-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Nick Foles in the second quarter. Philadelphia took a 21-3 lead.
Jennings gets Raiders into the endzone
After the Eagles touchdown, Oakland marched down the field with an eight-yard touchdown run by running back Rashad Jennings to cap it off in the second quarter. The Raiders still trailed 21-10 at this point.
Ertz celebrates TD as Eagles continue to soar
Eagles rookie tight end Zach Ertz celebrates his 15-yard touchdown pass with wide receiver Riley Cooper in the second quarter. The Eagles now led 28-10.
Foles has masterful first half
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles looks to pass in the second quarter. Foles was 15 of 19 for 260 yards and 4 touchdowns in the first half. He would continue his domination Oakland's defense in the second half.
McFadden runs but is injured again
Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden makes a run during the second quarter, however he would leave the game later in the quarter with a hamstring injury. He would not return.
McCoy, Eagles start third quarter with another TD
The Eagles offense continue to show no signs of slowing down in the second half as Philadephia's offense took the ball right down the field for the first drive of the second half, concluding with a 25-yard touchdown pass from Nick Foles to running back Lesean McCoy.
DeSean flies into the endzone, Eagles now up 42-13
After another failed drive by Oakland, The Eagles again went right back down the field for another touchdown pass, this time a bomb to former Cal wide receiver DeSean Jackson for 46 yards. Jackson finished with five catches and 150 yards.
Pryor, Raiders offense continue to struggle
Raiders quarterback Terrell Pryor gets sacked by Eagles defensive end Vinny Curry in the third quarter. Pryor would finish with a career-high 288 passing yards but also threw two interceptions.
Cooper hauls in third touchown pass
Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper nabs his third touchdown pass from quarterback Nick Foles. Cooper finished with five catches for 139 yards.
Foles ties record, breaks Raiders in Philadelphia win
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was all smiles as he celebrated with center Jason Kelce in the fourth quarter. Foles was near perfect on Sunday going 22 of 28 for 408 passing yards and an NFL record-tying seven touchdown passes with no interceptions.
Raiders defense looks on in aftermath of 49-20 loss
The Raiders defense sits in the fourth quarter during Sunday's blowout loss to the Eagles. Oakland allowed 542 yards of offense to Philadelphia. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles' seven touchdown passes were the most allowed by Oakland in franchise history.