Five statistical milestones within reach Monday night, when the Eagles host the Redskins at the Linc:
• Carson Wentz has thrown 13 touchdown passes this year and needs just three more to match his total from the entire 2016 season. He threw four against the Cardinals and three against the Panthers, and with three TDs Monday night against the Redskins, he would become the first Eagles quarterback in 64 years to throw three TD passes in three straight games. Bobby Thomason did it against the Steelers, Giants and Colts in 1953.
• Zach Ertz has 54 career catches against the Redskins. The only player to catch more passes against the Redskins in his first five NFL seasons was Cardinals split end Sonny Randle, who caught 56 from 1959 through 1963. So with three catches Monday night, Ertz will have more catches than anybody has ever had against the Redskins in his first five years in the league.
• The Eagles have allowed 80 or fewer rushing yards in four straight games for the first time since 2010. If they hold the Redskins to 80 yards fewer — and the 'Skins had only 64 in the opener — it will be the first time the Eagles have held five straight opponents to 80 or fewer rushing yards since 1992, when they had a five-game streak. The last longer streak was in 1991, when they held seven straight to 80 or fewer rushing yards.
• The Eagles have scored 28 or more points in four straight games for the first time since 2004. If they score 28 Monday night, it will be their first five-game streak since one over the 2003 and 2004 seasons. The last longer streak was a six-gamer in 1953.
• LeGarrette Blount goes into Monday night with four straight games with 12 or more carries and a 4.5 or better yards-per-carry average. The only player in his 30s to put together five such games in a row is Fred Taylor of the Jaguars, who did it against the Jets, Texans, Eagles, Titans and Texans again in 2006.