Peyton Manning isn't the only quarterback to throw for seven touchdowns this season.
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles became the sixth NFL player to throw for seven touchdowns on Sunday in a 49-20 win over the Raiders.
Three of Foles' touchdowns went to receiver Riley Cooper. One went to DeSean Jackson, who led Eagles receivers with 150 yards.
Zach Ertz, LeSean McCoy and Brent Celek also caught touchdowns Sunday afternoon.
Foles threw for 406 yards in the process, throwing five touchdowns in the first half. He was pulled from the game midway through the fourth quarter.
This game more than makes up for his performance a couple of weeks ago against Dallas, where he led the Eagles to just three points the entire game.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly will have something to think about once again whenever Michael Vick's hamstring heals up.
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