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The Linc - Vick back, Demps returning, and bringing pressure

Eagles plan to turn up pressure on Romo | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/02/2010
In eight games this season, the blitz-happy Eagles have sacked an opposing quarterback three or more times. Seven of those times, the Eagles won.

Eagles Notes: Demps may return kickoffs for Eagles | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/02/2010
If the Eagles think Quintin Demps' ankle is sound enough for the safety to return kicks, then the job is his once again.

Vick back from injury, expects to have key role for Eagles | Philadelphia Daily News | 01/02/2010
"I feel like I made a lot of progress during the week," Vick said after an indoor workout with pumped-in crowd noise on New Year's Day. "I want to get out there and help out."

NFL: NFL to look at playoff teams resting starters | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/02/2010
The NFL will ask its competition committee to review concerns regarding clinching playoff teams choosing to rest starters at the end of the season, according to a report on

Tony Romo: The worst of times | Philly | 12/31/2009
The Eagles are set to face the Cowboys Sunday for the NFC East title. For Eagles fans looking to get in the mood, here are images of Dallas quarterback Tony Romo's more forgettable moments. Enjoy.

Eagles-Cowboys: Mosley's Key Matchups - NFC East Blog - ESPN
There have been times that Week 17 hasn't had much to offer in terms of competitive games, but this should be a superb matchup. The Cowboys haven't forgotten about being embarrassed by the Eagles, 44-6, in Week 17 last season. This time around, both teams have already qualified for the playoffs but they are each playing for the right to host at least one playoff game. I've spent hours in the Beast film room this week and I'm prepared to offer five key matchups that will prepare your hearts and minds for Sunday's big game:

Eagles Notes: Jones, Harris Doing Safety Shuffle
Against Denver, Sean Jones started at free safety, but Macho Harris played the majority of the game. Who will start Sunday, Jones or Harris? "Whatever the situation dictates, that’s where Sean will go in or Macho will go in," defensive coordinator Sean McDermott said.

How Much Do Penalties Matter -- This Year Anyway? - Blogging The Boys
It doesn't appear that they do.

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