It wasn't his best game, but for purely statistical purposes Carson Wentz did accomplish some pretty impressive things Sunday in Seattle.
Let's take a look as we kick off this week's edition of Roob Stats:
• Wentz had one touchdown pass and one interception against the Seahawks, giving him 14 straight games with one or more touchdown and one or no interceptions. That's the eighth-longest streak in NFL history, behind only streaks by Matt Ryan (21), Aaron Rodgers and Vinny Testaverde (19), Steve Young (17), Trent Green (16) and Philip Rivers and Peyton Manning (15).
• The streak of 14 straight games with a touchdown pass is second-longest in Eagles history behind Randall Cunningham's 18-game streak over the 1987 and 1988 seasons.
• Wentz now has 29 touchdowns and six interceptions, which makes him only the third player in NFL history with 29 or more TDs and six or fewer INTs after 12 games. The others are Tom Brady (2007, 2015) and Rodgers (2011, 2014).
• Wentz threw for 348 yards Sunday night, his eighth career 300-yard game. He's only the fifth quarterback to throw for 300 yards eight times in his first two NFL seasons, and two of the others had previous professional football experience. Dan Marino (10) and Jeff Garcia, Andrew Luck and Kurt Warner (9) are the only other QBs to throw for 300 yards eight times in their first two seasons, but Garcia and Warner weren't rookies in their first NFL seasons.
• With a passer rating of 86.2 Sunday, Wentz became the fourth quarterback in NFL history to open a season with a passer rating of 83 or higher in the first 12 games of a season. The others are Peyton Manning, Rivers and Rodgers.
• Wentz's 51-yard pass to Nelson Agholor was his seventh completion of 50 yards or more this year. He shares the NFL lead with Alex Smith. Jared Goff, Andy Dalton and Jacoby Brissett have six. The last Eagles QB with more than seven 50-yarders in a season was Donovan McNabb, who had nine in 2009.
Amazing Non-Wentz stats
• The Eagles gained 425 yards but scored just 10 points. It's the first time since 1955 they've gained over 400 yards but scored just 10 points. They had 408 yards in a 17-10 loss to the Bears at Wrigley Field in 1955. There have been only nine games in NFL history where a team has netted 425 or more yards but scored fewer points.
• Sunday's game was also only the second in franchise history where the Eagles outgained a team by more than 100 yards and lost by 14 or more points. In 1997, they opened the season with a 31-17 loss to the Giants despite outgaining them by 138 yards.
• The Eagles have held 14 straight opponents to fewer than 115 rushing yards, the third-longest streak in franchise history behind a 29-game streak over the 1933-35 seasons and a 15-game streak in 1991 and 1992.
• The Eagles are also the 15th team in NFL history that hasn't allowed more than 115 rushing yards in any of its first 12 games in a season. The Vikings also haven't.
• Agholor had three catches of 25 yards or more Sunday night. He had only two all last year.
• The Eagles have gained 375 or more yards and allowed 325 or fewer yards in four straight games, which matches the second-longest streak in NFL history and longest since 1953 (although 25 other teams have done it four straight weeks since 1953). The 1953 Eagles had a streak of six straight games gaining at least 375 yards and allowing 325 or fewer yards.