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The concussion Philadelphia quarterback Michael Vick suffered Sunday against the Cowboys could keep him sidelined for the rest of the year according to Jason Cole from Yahoo Sports.Fantasy Spin:Nick Foles is expected to start Sunday against the Redskins. He completed 22 of his 33 passes for 219 yards, one TD and an interception in Week 10's loss to Dallas.
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Michael Vick sets out in Week 10 to lead his 3-5 Philadelphia Eagles in a Desperation Bowl of sorts against the 3-5 Dallas Cowboys (4:25 p.m. ET on FOX). The bitter NFC East rivals attempt to avoid a loss that will surely mean the death of any remaining playoff hopes.
A defeat might also cost embattled Eagles head coach Andy Reid and/or Cowboys coach Jason Garrett a job. Those two...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick exited
yesterday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys after sustaining what was later
determined to be a concussion, and the veteran was replaced by heralded rookie
Foles managed to hold his own, throwing the first
non-preseason touchdown pass of his career, but the Eagles went on to lose to
the Cowboys. Following the game...
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will miss Sunday's game vs. the Washington Redskins due to the effects of a concussion.
Rookie Nick Foles, who replaced Vick during the 38-23 loss to Dallas on Sunday, and who practiced with the first team all week, will get his first NFL start in a battle of 3-6 teams fighting to save their seasons.
Philadelphia head trainer Rick Burkholder...
The Philadelphia Eagles are enduring yet another disappointing season and with their loss Sunday to the Dallas Cowboys, the 3-6 Eagles are poised for some major changes next season. At this point, you have to figure that head coach Andy Reid is as good as gone, but will Michael Vick follow Reid out of town? Vick is slated for a $16 million dollar salary next season, but only $3 million...
As the Washington Redskins (3-6) prepare to face the Philadelphia Eagles (3-6) for week 11 action, the question all week is going to be whether they will be going up against turnover prone Michael Vick or the rookie who would be getting his first career start in Nick Foles. All eyes will be on the Philly practice reports this week. Michael Vick exited last night’s loss against...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has left the game
against Dallas with a concussion after he was drilled on a hit
early in the second quarter.
Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid says Michael Vick suffered a ''pretty significant' concussion and told the quarterback to stay home Monday and rest.
Reid says he could not immediately rule out Vick for Sunday's game at Washington. Reid, though, made it sound likely that rookie Nick Foles will get the start.
Foles will take the first-team snaps when the Eagles...
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick did not practice on Wednesday,
but has not yet been ruled out of Sunday's game vs. the Washington
Michael Vick benching rumors swilled for weeks. While Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid could not pull the plug on Vick, for fear of losing his own job, the decision was made for him Sunday. Vick was knocked out of the Eagles game against the Dallas Cowboys after suffering a concussion.
Prior to the concussion Vick had been a turn over machine for the Eagles who have now lost...
The N.F.L. isn’t much safer is it? Roger Goodell was worried about how the league was going to address player safety in 2012 and stop the concussions. Well, in week 10 we have seen three star quarterbacks taken out of the games due to suffering Concussions. Michael Vick looked to hit his head on the turf and Smith looked to take a hit to the head and of course if you were watching...
NewsYou got a glimpse of the Eagles future with Nick Foles taking over for an injured Michael Vick. The Birds offense started off the game playing well, but in the end they lost to the Cowboys 38-23. The Eagles surrendered 21 points via a punt return, interception return and a fumble recovery for scores.
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23-year-old Nick Foles now has the opportunity of a lifetime--- a starting QB gig in the NFL. It's an amazing development, considering previous QB#1 Mike Vick had taken a huge beating at the hands of opposing defensive pressures, but was not knocked out on a TKO until Sundays' tough loss against Dallas.
Now at 3-6, what do we have to lose? The Eagles' Brain Trust...