The Eagles' playoff hopes ended Saturday, and so might have LeSean McCoy's chances to win the NFL rushing title or set an Eagles rushing record.
McCoy had just 35 yards on 13 carries, giving him 1,309 for the year. Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 103 yards Saturday, giving him 1,437 for the season, a 128-yard edge heading into the final week of the season.
"I laid an egg today, so I probably won't get to get it," McCoy said. He left the game briefly with what coach Andy Reid described as a "tweaked" ankle, and then briefly returned before giving way to backup Ronnie Brown.
Wilbert Montgomery's team rushing record of 1,512 yards in a season now appears safe.
Anyone still playing fantasy football next weekend will need to monitor the status of McCoy's ankle.