Oakland, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Nick Foles returned under center for the first time in two weeks, and enjoyed his finest day as a professional.
The Arizona product shook off the effects of a concussion and tied an NFL- record by throwing seven touchdown passes, including four in the first half, en route to a career-high 406 yards on 22-of-28 completions in Philadelphia's 49-20 rout of Oakland in an inter-conference clash.
Foles joined Joe Kapp, Sid Luckman, George Blanda, Y.A. Tittle, Peyton Manning and former Eagles QB Adrian Burk for the honor.
Riley Cooper benefitted most from Foles' hot streak, collecting career-bests of 139 yards and three TDs on five receptions for the Eagles (4-5), who set an all-time team record for points in a road game against their Sunday foes after coming up with 10 total points in consecutive division losses to the Cowboys and Giants.
DeSean Jackson led all players with 150 yards and a score on five catches, while Zach Ertz, LeSean McCoy and Brent Celek also notched a TD grab each.
Terrelle Pryor was 22-of-41 for 288 yards and a pair of interceptions before bowing out late with a knee injury for the Raiders (3-5), who surrendered the most points in one contest since a 55-20 drubbing at the hands of the Ravens on Nov. 11, 2012.
Matt McGloin ended up 7-of-15 for 87 yards in relief.
Oakland's scoring consisted of two Sebastian Janikowski field goals along with an 8-yard TD run from Rashad Jennings and a late 2-yard score by Jeremy Stewart. Jennings wound up with 102 yards on 15 carries and 74 yards on seven catches.
11/03 19:27:22 ET