Michael Vick didn’t get the calls he was looking for. As for the Giants, they got what they wanted in Philadelphia. A win.
Osi Umenyiora has his issues with Giants general manager Jerry Reese. Eagles running back LeSean McCoy just added a little fuel to the fire.
What lessons have you learned this year that will make you a better fantasy football player in 2011? What mistakes did you make, and what regrets…I mean…lessons, will you take into next season?
There’s no denying McCoy is right — at least for now. The City of Brotherly Love really stuck it to the Big Apple last week.
With Michael Vick, the Philadelphia Eagles always feel they’re in the game. It’s only fitting. After all, his remarkable comeback to the NFL is one of the most compelling stories in sports.
Is Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell locked in a room drawing up some super-secret game plan to shut down Michael Vick and the Eagles on Sunday at New Meadowlands Stadium? No one wants to say.
The Giants now have one less day to prepare for Philadelphia after toppling the Minnesota Vikings 21-3 during their postponed matchup on Monday night.
Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles could be on track for an encore appearance at Cowboys Stadium in eight weeks.
Obviously, the Giants are auditioning for the latest edition of Football Follies because they’ve put together a rather impressive collection of bloopers this season – with each reel being almost more unbelievable than the previous one.
All Michael Vick was missing in his remarkable comeback story was a comeback win. Now he can check that off, too.
The Saints are rolling, yet making little progress in the powerful NFC South. Elsewhere Sunday, the Patriots and Jets remained on top of the AFC East as New England edged Indianapolis and New York rallied to beat Houston.
Michael Vick, DeSean Jackson and the rest of Philadelphia’s offense are doing things that even Donovan McNabb, Terrell Owens and Co. didn’t do for the 2004 NFC champion Eagles.