Thursday, October 21, 2010

Kolb is NFC Offensive Player of the Week

Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against Atlanta last week...

  • Kolb completed 23 of 29 passes (79.3 percent) for 326 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 133.6 passer rating in the Eagles’ 31-17 victory over Atlanta. 
  • He set single-game career-highs in completion percentage (79.3), passer rating (133.6), yards per attempt (11.24), touchdowns (three) and longest pass (83 yards). 
  • In his first five career starts, Kolb has three 300-yard passing games and became the first quarterback to accomplish the feat since KURT WARNER (1999). 
  • He threw touchdown passes of 83, 34 and eight yards, connecting with wide receiver JEREMY MACLIN twice and DE SEAN JACKSON once. 
·         In his fourth season from Houston, this is Kolb’s second career Player of the Week Award (Week 3, 2009).
·         He is the third quarterback in team history to be named Offensive Player of the Week multiple times, joining DONOVAN MC NABB (five times) and RANDALL CUNNINGHAM (four). 

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