The Philadelphia Eagles (1-4) fell short on their comeback attempt against the Buffalo Bills (4-1), making several costly mistakes late in the game as they lost their fourth consecutive game.
Michael Vick threw three interceptions in the first half and finished with 26 completions, 40 attempts, 315 passing yards, 2 TD’s, and a career-high 4 interceptions. He also ran for 90 rushing yards, which now gives him the distinction of being the all-time rushing QB in NFL history.
Jason “Butter Fingers” Avant had a career day with 9 receptions for 139 yards, but contributed two costly turnovers that killed any chances the Eagles had late in the game.
Ryan Fitzpatrick had a productive day with 21 completions, 27 attempts, 193 passing yards, and 1 TD.
RB Fred Jackson was the star for the Buffalo Bills, finishing with 111 rushing yards on 26 carries.
KEYS TO THE GAME: The Buffalo Bills scored 17 points off of turnovers. The Eagles lead the NFL with 15 turnovers.