Maybe next time...

I was unable to watch the game but from what I saw during the rewind presentation on SportsCenter it didn't look like a game that would of excited me. All I can do now is sit back and welcome the next opponent with open arms and an ax to grind - we need a win fellas. Pull those straps on tight and let's see what we can do better on the next one.

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -- Juqua Parker's 55-yard interception return finished off a 23-point, fourth-quarter rally that carried Philadelphia to a 40-26 victory Sunday over San Francisco.

David Akers booted three field goals in the late surge that enabled the Eagles to even their record at 3-3.

Donovan McNabb completed 23 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception.

The Eagles forced three turnovers in the final quarter.

Philadelphia running back Correll Buckhalter, starting in the place of Brian Westbrook, who has a rib injury, ran for 93 yards and a touchdown and caught seven passes for 85 yards.

The 49ers' J.T. O'Sullivan was17-of-30 passing for 199 yards and two interceptions.

Frank Gore ran for 101 yards and a touchdown and Donald Strickland returned a blocked punt for a score in the third straight loss for the 49ers (3-3).

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