1. Jerome Harrison is a very legitimate backup running back.
18 carries for 99 yards in the season finale. Not bad for a player who averaged over seven yards per touch so far this season. Harrison sure doesn't get the ball a lot, but when he does, he is very productive. He averaged 6.0 yards per carry this season. Even if you take away his phenomenal 50-yard touchdown run, he topped five yards per carry. This guy is a playmaker. Too bad Andy Reid doesn't use him.
2. Chad Hall might be a sleeper pick at receiver in the postseason.
The Eagles' fifth-string receiver caught six passes for 84 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys. He also rushed once for two yards and returned three punts for 31 yards. He isn't ever going to be the Eagles' first-choice, but he may catch two or three passes per game in the playoffs. So far he's produced when called upon.