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NFL: Philadelphia 45, New York Jets 19

Dec. 18, 2011 at 8:24 PM

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 18 (UPI) -- LeSean McCoy scored three times Sunday, entering the Philadelphia record books and leading the Eagles to 45-19 pummeling of the New York Jets.

McCoy's second touchdown of the game -- his 19th this season -- broke the Eagles' club record for scores in a single season. His game-ending total of 20 is the most in the NFL this season.

The running back finished with 102 yards on 18 carries.

Michael Vick threw for 274 yards and a touchdown as Philadelphia (6-8) remained mathematically alive for an NFC wild card berth.

Brent Celek made five catches for 156 yards and a touchdown for the Eagles, and Jason Babin recorded three sacks, giving him the NFL lead with 18.

Mark Sanchez was limited to 150 yards on 15-of-26 passing for the Jets (8-6), who fell into a tie with Cincinnati for the final AFC wild card spot.

New York hold the tiebreaker over the Bengals.

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