This was the fourth straight game with an interception for the Eagles and the five sacks tied a season high. They also forced a first-quarter fumble, compliments of Palmer.
Things get a little more difficult in Week 14, as the Eagles face a high-flying Lions offense. But in deeper formats, the Eagles remain a nice sleeper option.
The downside to the consistency is that the Eagles haven't really shown the ability to break out. Those five double-digit games have all been between 10 and 13 Fantasy points. They haven't had any huge interception or sack games, and have managed just one defensive touchdown all season (a yearly tradition against the Giants).
Coming off a bye and facing the Cardinals in Week 13, the Eagles will be fresh, with plenty of time to plan for this game. They are a nice sleeper start this Sunday.