Michael Vick: He did well considering he hasn't really played NFL football for two years, except for those 3-4 days of practice. He didn't run that much, and was a little hesitant running. But dang, Michael still has a heck of an arm, he threw that laser to Hank Baskett, and the whole field erupted with applause. Heck, he did better than Favre on his debut for the Vikings.
LeSean Mccoy: He looked very comfortable running with the first team offense. He had a few great running plays and a few good catches for first downs. Mccoy also scored a rushing touchdown.
DeSean Jackson: DeSean was once again the best player on offense for the Eagles. He ran great routes, caught the balls thrown his way well. The usual for Desean, and his excellence. Also, DeSean and Mcnabb are starting to show great chemistry with each other, which is great to see.
Jason Avant: He played tough and caught almost everything thrown his way. He is reliable on third downs. I would say Jason and DeSean are Mcnabb's most reliable targets. Led the Eagles with 5 catches for 92 yards.
Jeremy Macclin: Finally! Jeremy showed the Eagles why they traded up in the draft to get him. He was great on the field having a couple big gains for about 20 yards. When he had a chance to return a punt, he didn't muff it this time.
Asante Samuel, Quintin Mikell : They are the leaders of the D. They established the Eagles defense by laying tough shots on the Jaguars recievers. One was even shaken up and stayed on the ground for a couple of minutes. Asante had a great pick and he covered Torry Holt well.
Eagles D-line Pressure: The Eagles didn't need to blitz a lot, because the D-line was great, constantly applying pressure on David Garrard.
Turnovers, Penalties, the Eagles had a few chances to recover fumbles on D, but they couldn't do it.
Overall a good game for the Eagles starters, especially for the Eagles D.