Michael Vick Relatively Quiet in Win
Instead, rookie LeSean McCoy was been the star of the wildcat, and it worked pretty well. The Eagles took a 24-7 lead into halftime, rolled to a 34-14 win, and did most of that while riding McCoy's running and the arm of Kevin Kolb.
Kolb threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns -- one each to DeSean Jackson and Brent Celek, who each topped 100 yards receiving. McCoy, filling in for injured starter Brian Westbrook, racked up 84 yards and a touchdown on the ground.
The story of the day, however, was Vick, and he didn't do much. The Eagles used him a few times in spread formation sets, but Vick finished with just one rush for seven yards and two incomplete passes. He looked like a quarterback who hadn't played in a long time when he threw the ball, but he looked very comfortable taking a shotgun snap and running off right tackle on a keeper.