EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings are set for a rematch of the NFC title game.
Minnesota travels to Philadelphia this week for a game against the Eagles, with kickoff scheduled for 3:25 p.m. (CT) Sunday.
The Vikings are 1-2-1 on the season following back-to-back losses to the Bills and Rams.
The Eagles are 2-2 after falling to the Titans in overtime in Week 4.
Both teams won their respective divisions in 2017.
Here's a look at 10 numbers of note heading into Sunday's matchup:
1,387 — Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins ranks third in the NFL with 1,387 passing yards. That is also a franchise mark through the first four games of a season.
3 — Vikings kicker Dan Bailey made all three of his field goal attempts Thursday against the Rams. It was the 26th game of Bailey's career in which he has made all three or more field goal tries.
4 — Vikings rookie cornerback Mike Hughes is one of four players this season with a forced fumble, an interception and a defensive touchdown. The others are Khalil Mack, Bud Dupree and Antone Exum.
2 — Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen ranks second in the NFL in catches (40) and receiving yards (473). Those are both franchise marks through the first four games of a season.
6 — The Vikings and Eagles combined for just six regular-season losses in 2017 as both teams went 13-3. The teams have combined for four losses through the first four games of 2018.
1 — Philadelphia's defense ranks first in the NFL by allowing 63.8 rushing yards per game. The Vikings offense ranks last in rushing at 63.0 yards per game.
11 — Both the Vikings and Eagles have 11 total sacks, which is tied for ninth in the NFL. Danielle Hunter leads Minnesota with 4.0 sacks, and he has one sack in each game this season.
8 — Minnesota's defense gave up eight plays of 20-plus yards against Los Angeles, with the Rams offense scoring on three of them.
10 — The Vikings offense ranks last in the NFL with just 10 first downs gained by running the ball. Philadelphia's offense is tied for third with 31 such first downs.
110 — The Vikings defense ranks 22nd in the NFL by allowing 27.5 points per game. Most of the damage has come in the first half, where Minnesota has allowed 75 of its 110 total points.
Look back at photos over the course of time featuring games between the Vikings and the Eagles.