Bob Ford: This time in Jacksonville, Eagles quarterback is a winner | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/27/2010
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The last time the Eagles played in Jacksonville, a game you probably remember, the starting quarterback wasn't the reason they lost the Super Bowl, but he didn't cover himself in glory that evening, either.
Michael Vick, Leon Washington, Kansas City Chiefs surprise in busy Week 3 in NFL - Peter King - SI.com
MVP Watch - 1. Michael Vick, QB, Philadelphia. Seriously. Eagles have outscored foes 80-49 in Vick's 10 quarters of play, he's thrown six touchdowns and no interceptions, and he's still the most dangerous running threat at the position.
Reid Remains Reserved as McNabb's Return Looms
This week will be different for Andy Reid and Donovan McNabb. After spending 11 years on the same sidelines, this week they be staring each other in the face. By Jordan Raanan
Welcome to Donovan McNabb Week - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"I've always said this is just a normal game," McNabb said of facing the Eagles next Sunday. "And in this situation for us, obviously, it's a must win. "Coming off of two losses like we've had these past two weeks, no matter who we're playing, we have to come out and be able to execute and come out and win by any means necessary."
Five Years Later, Hilarious Details Emerge from T.O. Training Room Fight with Hugh Douglas - Crossing Broad
Ex-Eagle Jason Short spoke to NBC's Out of Bounds today about a number of football related things, one of which was the T.O. v. Hugh Douglas fight.
Kevin Kolb's LinkedIn Profile | TAUNTR.COM
The Philadelphia Eagles surprised the football world last week by announcing Mike Vick to be their starting quarterback. The Eagles, who traded away franchise icon Donovan McNabb in the offseason to make way for Kevin Kolb, decided to make a change based on Vick's stellar performance in a limited sample size, throwing away their offseason plans.
Around the NFC East
Redskins Show their Offense, Defense, & STs are Balanced - In That They're All Terrible - Hogs Haven
Redskins mistakes were consistently across all parts of their team units.
Big Blue Freefall: Giant Mistakes Lead to 29-10 Loss to Titans - Big Blue View
In losing to the Titans 29-10 today at Giants Stadium, the Giants played like a team trying to get discharged from the military. There can be no other excuse for a team repeatedly shooting itself in the foot, and right now there seems to be no way to stop the bleeding.
Cowboys @ Texans: A Tale Of Two Seasons - Blogging The Boys
How did the Cowboys beat the Texans? An in-depth look reveals that they both looked back, and went forward, to gain the victory.
Interesting storyline developing in Kansas City
Cleveland Browns center claims Kansas City Chiefs player grabbed his private parts - Kansas City News - Plog
There's gotta be an unwritten (or written) rule that you don't yank another player's crank during a game....
49ers OT Anthony Davis: Chiefs DT Shaun Smith Likes To Grab Your Junk - Niners Nation
We take a look at the inappropriate touching by Chiefs DT Shaun Smith that led to Anthony Davis' personal foul.