PHILADELPHIA - Fred Taylor keyed a power running attack and Jacksonville's defense put the clamps on the Eagles' top-ranked offense in a 13-to-6 road win at Philadelphia.
The Jags held the Eagles to 229 total yards. Philadelphia came in averaging a league-best 417 yards per game, Backup quarterback David Garrard was efficient while subbing for an injured Byron Leftwich, finishing 10-of-17 for 87 yards.
Taylor picked up 103 yards on the ground, including a 15-yard scoring run, and Maurice Drew totaled 77 yards rushing as 209 of the Jaguars' 285 total yards were gained on the ground.
Eagles q-b Donovan McNabb was 18-of-34 for 162 yards and was booed off the field, as was the rest of the team. Jacksonville improves to 4-and-3, while the Eagles fall to 4-4 with their third straight loss.