Originally written on Philly Sports Muse  |  Last updated 11/20/14
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Just can't get enough of seeing Brent Celek hurdling Ed Reed on Sunday. The Philadelphia Eagles are 2-0 for the first time since 2004 and have proven that they are a good team. Even with nine turnovers in two games and a number of needless penalties, the Birds have still been able to prevail in both games of the 2012 season. “Good” has worked well enough so far but won’t be the key for this Eagles team to show what they truly seek– to be a great and dominant team in the National Football League. Even with four turnovers, the defeat of the Baltimore Ravens showed several encouraging signs from Philadelphia’s offense. Improvement in Vick. There was decidedly improvement in Mike Vick’s performance, who was 23/32 for 371 yards with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions for a rating of 94.7. Last week, Vick went 29/56 for 317 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 4 picks for a passer rating of 51. Regardless of mistakes, Vick was able to keep his composure and for the second week in a row, orchestrated ...
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  • So far in two games the Eagles have proven that it's better to be lucky than good. They have yet to show they are a quality team.
  • DarthV the Eagles lead the league in total offense, made defensive stops when they needed to, and have driven down and scored a game winning touchdown twice. Jon Elway has made a career of doing that very thing. Here's the scary part DarthV. They haven't come close to hitting their stride. When they do, it could be bad for the rest of the league.
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