Michael Vick took a slight lead over Nick Foles in the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback competition, while Tom Brady looked like himself on the opposite side.
Brady led the New England Patriots to a pair of 80-yard TD drives on his only two series, and Tim Tebow saw extended action in a 31-22 preseason win over the Eagles on Friday night.
Vick threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to DeSean Jackson, but the new-look Eagles kicked off the Chip Kelly era the same way they ended Andy Reid's long tenure - with another loss.
Foles also led the Eagles to a TD drive, staying right there with Vick as they battle for the starting job.
Here are five things we learned during New England's victory over the Eagles:
1. TOM BRADY DOESN'T NEED BIG-NAME WRs: Brady has a new group of receivers after the team's top five receiving leaders from last season are gone or injured. It didn't matter. The two-time NFL and Super Bowl MVP finished 7 of 8 for 65 yards and one TD. Kenbrell Th...