HYDE TAKES ONE TO THE HOUSE

With the Packers leading 10-0 late in the first quarter, second-year pro Micah Hyde fielded Donnie Jones’ 50-yard punt on the Green Bay 25-yard line. He started left, made one cut to the right and was off to the races, going 75 yards in all for the second punt-return TD of his career.

PEPPERS GETS ANOTHER PICK-SIX

For the second time this season and the fourth time in his career, Julius Peppers returned an interception for a touchdown. This time, he dropped into zone coverage and was in perfect position to snatch Eagles QB Mark Sanchez’s pass intended for TE Brent Celek. Peppers raced up the middle of the field, stiff-armed WR Jordan Matthews for the final 20 yards or so, and scored to put the Packers ahead 39-6 in the third quarter.

LACY REFUSES TO BE DENIED

Becoming a key weapon in the Packers’ passing game, RB Eddie Lacy scored his most impressive TD of the season. On a swing pass to the left, Lacy spun a couple of times as he avoided some tacklers and ran over others, eventually getting a push from teammate Andrew Quarless at the goal line to finish off the 32-yard TD early in the fourth quarter.