The Eagles are making their move, and they’re catching plenty of breaks along the way.

Nick Foles tossed three touchdowns, two to Riley Cooper, and the Eagles' defense capitalized on Green Bay going to its No. 3 quarterback early as they beat the Packers 27-13 on Sunday at historic Lambeau Field.

The Eagles (5-5) are at .500 for the first time since Oct. 13 with a home game against the struggling Redskins on tap before the bye week. Only the Cowboys, who play at New Orleans, are ahead of them in the NFC East.

Despite a rash of first-quarter injuries that took three starters -- Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters, inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks and safety Earl Wolff -- out of the game (see story), the Eagles churned out 417 offensive yards.

LeSean McCoy emerged from his three-week funk to rush for 155 yards against the NFL’s fifth-ranked rushing defense, his third-highest total of the season. The Eagles rushed for 205 yards, the most against Green Bay this year and the most by an opponent at Lambeau since 2005.

The Eagles hadn’t won at Lambeau since Nov. 10, 2003, exactly a decade ago, and won for just the fifth time in 21 road games against the Packers.

It wasn’t exactly a fair fight, given that Green Bay was already missing Super Bowl champion quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who broke his collarbone Monday night against Chicago, and then lost starting quarterback Seneca Wallace in the first series to a groin injury.

The Packers played the rest of the game with Scott Tolzien, who was signed off the practice squad earlier in the week and had never thrown an NFL pass before entering the game. Green Bay, leaning heavily on rookie running back Eddie Lacy, didn’t score a touchdown until late in the third quarter, after the Eagles were already up 20-3.

Green Bay had played just three starting quarterbacks since 1993 before Rodgers got hurt. They’ve now played three this season.