They've been blowing out teams for so long now it's hard to remember the last time the Eagles actually played a close game.
The Eagles' last five wins have been by double digits, the last four by 23 points or more.
The last time they were in a one-possession game in the fourth quarter was the second Redskins game, back in late October, and that seven-point lead quickly grew to 14 before the Eagles won by 10.
The last time they played a one-possession game was vs. the Panthers back in Week 6.
The last time they trailed in the fourth quarter? It was actually the Giants game back in Week 3. Jake Elliott won that game with two field goals in the final 2 ½ minutes, including a franchise-record 61-yarder as time expired.
They did trail the Cowboys 9-7 at halftime two weeks ago but then scored four TDs in a 16-minute span to quickly turn that deficit into a 28-point lead.
So bottom line: It's been forever since the Eagles have been challenged late in a game.
Which brings us to Seattle.
The Seahawks are 7-4. They're 37-8 at CenturyLink Field since 2012 (although they've lost their last two), and they haven't lost a home game by more than seven points since 2011 — before Russell Wilson was even drafted.
Every other NFL team has lost at least three games since opening day 2012 by more than seven points. The Jaguars have lost 22 in that fashion.
Heck, the Seahawks haven't even lost a home game by more than three points since 2015.
So maybe this will be another Eagles blowout. But probably not.
And that's just fine with head coach Doug Pederson.
"Obviously, yeah, you would love to win it by a couple scores, but you just know that that's not going to happen each week, and especially now down the stretch with some of the opponents we've got coming up," Pederson said.
"I think it would be a great opportunity if our team (was) down a touchdown or a field goal or maybe two scores, whatever it is, and you figure out a way to get it done. I think that’d be a great test for our team.
"You're in that dogfight and it comes down to the last possession, that whoever-has-the-ball-last type game. … It would be a great test for us."
The Eagles, who face the Seahawks at 8:30 p.m. EST Sunday at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, are the only NFL team that hasn't lost a game by more than a touchdown this year. Their only loss was in Kansas City by seven points back in Week 2.
The only time in franchise history the Eagles went an entire regular season without losing by more than seven points was 1990, when their six losses totaled 26 points.
Then they lost by 14 to the Redskins in a home wild-card game.
“You enjoy winning games by a lot, but in all reality, I think when you win by huge margins it can kind of mask some things, also," Jason Kelce said.
"I love winning games by a lot of points, but you kind of want to get a couple games that are somewhat close so you can see how you do with some adversity."
This game and next week's game against the Rams in Los Angeles should be terrific challenges for an Eagles team that hasn't lost in nearly three months and hasn't won a game by fewer than three touchdowns since mid-October.
"I think one of the reasons we’ve been so good this season is that we’ve been good in all three phases," Kelce said.
"On offense we’ve been able to run and throw the ball effectively. On defense we’ve been great against the run, pretty good against the pass. And our special teams have usually out-performed the other team’s special teams.
"And I think when you’re good in all three phases — it’s not like it’s rocket science — it’s going to lead to some pretty successful football.
"But all that can change instantly, so we’ve just got to keep going, keep improving, keep watching the tape, and keep finding out how to get better. That’s the way this thing works this time of the season.
"Every team is improving so we’ve just got to keep up with that."