2. DK Metcalf had a great game and is now a 1,000-yard receiver.
The last time the Seahawks came to Philadelphia, DK Metcalf had something of a coming-out party, catching seven passes for 160 yards and a score in a playoff win over the Eagles. He has spent his enter second season backing up that performance while emerging as one of the NFL’s top receivers, and on Monday night he had yet another dominant performance.
Metcalf caught 10 passes for a career-best 177 yards, his fifth 100-yard game this season. Monday’s big performance gives him 1,039 yards in 11 games this season, a total that not only makes him the ninth 1,000-yard receiver in franchise history, but that also moves him into the NFL lead.
With five games still left on the schedule, Steve Largent’s franchise record of 1,287 yards, set in 1985, is very much in reach.