Eagles 19, Packers 14
Without Donovan McNabb and Terrell Owens, the Philadelphia Eagles' best scoring threat is a place kicker.
David Akers made four field goals and quarterback Mike McMahon played an efficient, error-free game to lead the Eagles to a 19-14 victory over visiting Green Bay on Sunday.
The reigning conference champion Eagles (5-6) snapped a four-game losing streak with their first win since Oct. 23.
"We didn't have a great offensive effort, but we found a way to win," said McMahon, who started his second straight game for the injured McNabb.
Samkon Gado ran for 111 yards and one touchdown for the Packers.
Green Bay (2-9) assured its first losing season since Brett Favre took over as starter in 1992, a run of 13 years that was the best in the league.
"We had a chance to win the game, but we find ways to let it slip away," Favre said. "We've had a chance to win every game, but we've won only two of them."
Playing without four players who went to the Pro Bowl last season -- Owens, McNabb, cornerback Lito Sheppard and left tackle Tra Thomas -- the Eagles hardly resembled the team that went to the last four NFC championship games and lost the Super Bowl 91/2 months ago.
McMahon completed 12 of 28 passes for 91 yards and ran for 29 yards. He led a 12-play, 60-yard drive that lasted 6 minutes 10 seconds and ended with Akers' 37-yard field goal that put the Eagles ahead 16-14 with 4:31 left.
"It's not always pretty, but it's nice to get a win," said Akers, a three-time Pro Bowl selection who missed four games and parts of two others with a hamstring injury this season.
After Andrae Thurman fumbled the ensuing kickoff, Akers made a 33-yarder.
Favre was intercepted by Rod Hood with 1:26 remaining, but a roughing penalty on rookie Trent Cole kept the drive going. Hood then picked off Favre in the end zone.
McNabb decided earlier in the week to have season-ending surgery for a sports hernia. Sheppard (ankle) and Thomas (back) also need operations.
Owens was suspended.