OAKLAND — Nick Foles tied the NFL single-game record with seven touchdown passes Sunday powering the Eagles to a 49-13 rout of the Oakland Raiders.
The next stop for the game ball and Foles' gear almost certainly is Canton, where he will share the exhibit and the record with six others. The cast includes the late Adrian Burk, also of the Eagles, the late Sid Luckman, George Blanda, Joe Kapp, Y.A. Tittle and Peyton Manning.
The game was over except for the records after Foles threw four scoring passes to give the Eagles a 28-13 lead at the intermission.
Speaking of over, Foles supposedly was through two weeks ago after suffering a concussion in the third quarter of a loss to the Dallas Cowboys. There was speculation he was overwhelmed.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie was so uneasy about the position he said identifying the quarterback of the future would be the No. 1 priority.
It's safe to say the Eagles need to see more of Foles, who threw for 416 yards, completing 23 of 30 attempts to finish with an almost-perfect passer rating of 157.6.
The teammates that will go into the record book with him are Riley Cooper, who had three touchdown receptions, DeSean Jackson, LeSean McCoy, Brent Celek and rookie Zach Ertz, who had one each.
Jackson contributed five receptions for 150 yards, Cooper five catches for a career-high 139 yards.
Bryce Brown led the Eagles with 54 yards rushing and McCoy contributed 44 as the Eagles (4-5) ended a two-game losing streak and won for the fourth time in five starts on the road.
Cornerback Cary Williams notched his team-leading third interception for the Eagles and linebacker Connor Barwin added another, his first in the NFL.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks, in a spy role, tracked Raiders Terrelle Pryor so closely the quarterback never got into a rhythm.
Kendricks limped around with an ankle injury.
Pryor exited with a knee injury.
Pryor completed just 22 of 41 attempts for 288 yards, two interceptions and a 55.7 rating.
The Eagles collected 544 yards of offense. In their previous two games they totaled 549 yards.
The 48 points exceeded the Eagles' total in their last three games by a touchdown.
The Raiders (3-5) had won three of their four home games.