There were several games where the Eagles and Rams played one another, and while the result was generally good, the teams rarely came out on top.
The first game was a 34-14 Eagles win, the second a 33-0 Rams win.
In the third game, the Rams were down 27-6 to the Eagles in a game that featured the first two touchdowns of Carson Wentz’s career.
On Sunday, the Eagles won the game 34-10, with a field goal by Jordan Matthews, a field goals by Keenan Allen and a fourth-quarter touchdown by Nick Foles.
It was the first time in franchise history that Wentz had a field-goal percentage of at least 30 percent and a touchdown percentage of 40 percent.
The Eagles finished 7-3, and Wentz threw for 556 yards and four touchdowns.
He also ran for 104 yards and two scores.
Eagles: QB Carson Wentzan has a career touchdown percentage (40.8) and TD/INT ratio (6.5) that is more than any other Eagles quarterback in NFL history.
He’s thrown for at least 3,000 yards in four straight games, and he has a touchdown-to-interception ratio of at or below 20 percent in five of those.
The Rams had a 3-3 record with their bye week.
They played three games that week.
Rams: WR Tavon Austin was targeted eight times.
Austin had two catches for 47 yards, including a 54-yarder with just over a minute remaining that set up a touchdown.
It came in a one-on-one situation with a receiver in the flat.
Rams RB Todd Gurley finished with 1,056 rushing yards and nine rushing touchdowns.
Rams CB Chris Long missed his second straight game with a hamstring injury.
The team also was without CB Joe Haden, who is dealing with an ankle injury.
Rams DE Michael Brockers missed practice on Sunday with a shoulder injury.
For the Rams, the team had two quarterbacks on the field for four of the first five games, with Matt Cassel (twice) and Jared Goff (twin) being the only players to start all but one game.
Eagles (4-3): WR Corey Clement had a career-high 11 receptions for 148 yards and a score.
He had a 1-yard touchdown reception.
The No. 4 Eagles defense held the Vikings to three points and five yards in the first half.
The two-point conversion attempt was Clement’s first career touchdown.
Eagles WR Jordan Matthews had a game-high eight catches for 102 yards.
He caught four passes for 61 yards and another touchdown, as well.
Matthews has three touchdowns in his past five games.
Eagles QB Carson Watkins threw for 212 yards and three touchdowns.
Eagles RB Matt Casse had two touchdowns and two interceptions.
He was targeted three times for 29 yards.
Eagles CB Chris Culliver missed practice with an illness.
The three-game winning streak is the longest for the Eagles since they won eight straight from 2010-11.
Rams (4.5-3-1): RB Zac Stacy was targeted 12 times, including three of the game’s four touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Stacy had two carries for 11 yards.
Rams WR Jared Goff had three receptions for 46 yards.
Goff was also targeted four times.
Rams QB Jared Goff threw for 181 yards and one touchdown.
Rams TE Josh Reynolds had four catches for 49 yards.
Reynolds also had a touchdown reception, a touchdown and an interception.
Rams DL Zach Fulton was out with an injury, and LB Chris Long was inactive.
Eagles DE Chris Long went out with a groin injury.
Eagles DL Zach Banner was out.
Rams DT Robert Quinn went out.
Eagles LB DeForest Buckner was out and RB Jamize Olawale was inactive with a knee injury.