Statistically speaking, Monday night's game was the worst of Alshon Jeffery's six-year NFL career.
He just doesn't care. The Eagles won.
"As long as we get the win," Jeffery said Wednesday afternoon. "I think there's more than one way to affect the game. Whatever happens out there, as long as we get a win, that's all that matters."
It was just the second game in Jeffery's six-year career with two targets.
It was also just his second game without a single catch.
Both of those previous games came in his rookie season in 2012.
"I always just say to myself, patience," Jeffery said. "Just patience and timing. I'm not rushing, I'm not worried about anything. As long as we get the win, that's all that matters."
Jeffery credited the Raiders' coverage for his lack of success in the game on Christmas night. He said they had a "couple funky coverages" like the ones they used against the Cowboys and Dez Bryant. At times they doubled him and rolled coverage his way.
Offensive coordinator Frank Reich said the team's failure on third down — they went just 1 for 14 — took the offense out of sync. That was another reason for the lack of production from their top receiver.
"Not that we can't find other ways to get him the ball on first and second down," Reich said. "I own that. We own that. Let's get Alshon the football."
On Monday night after the game, Nick Foles agreed. The Eagles' quarterback credited the way the Raiders defended Jeffery but allowed that they need to find ways to get Jeffery more involved. At times, that will have to come down to Foles' just giving Jeffery a chance to make plays on 50-50 balls.
Jeffery doesn't call them 50-50 balls. He calls them 80-20 balls; 80 percent he catches it, 20 percent it falls incomplete.
But the problem with those types of passes and the back-shoulders and fade routes that Jeffery feasts on are that they take trust from the quarterback. While Jeffery was seemingly developing that chemistry with Carson Wentz, he has now been tossed into a situation where he has to get on the same page with Foles quickly.
When asked about that, Jeffery said it's not difficult to grow that chemistry quickly and noted he wasn't asked these questions about working with Foles after he caught four passes for 49 yards and a touchdown against the Giants the previous week. True ... but it probably isn't easy.
"It's hard building the chemistry at this point in the season," tight end Zach Ertz said. "Luckily, we had an offseason and all of training camp to build some of those reps. But I think we're all adjusting on the fly. It's not going to be perfect now, but that's kind of where we're building the next couple weeks."
With that chemistry-building process still underway, it would make sense for Foles, Jeffery, Ertz and the offense to play in Sunday's meaningless regular-season finale, but head coach Doug Pederson hasn't tipped his hand yet.
If they do play starters Sunday, maybe they ought to try to get the ball to their best receiver.
Jeffery has been a team guy all year and that continued after Monday's game, even though he should never have games with just two targets.
"No, I wasn't frustrated," he said. "Of course I want to get the ball. All that matters to me is a win."