After missing a game with a concussion that left him with some lingering headaches, the Eagles' second-year receiver proved to be a real migraine for the Giants, especially on that mesmerizing 72-yard punt return.
This may have been one of the best performances of the quarterback's career.
He may be the best fullback in the Eagles' history.
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Wish I could have taken the night off with them.
The Eagles tight end scored the game's first touchdown and showed why he might be the solution to any red-zone problems this team has had this season. He's just tough to tackle.
It took three-quarters of the season, but Vick has now become a vital part of this team's offense, making the Eagles much more difficult to stop inside the 10-yard line.
He had the first whiff on Domenik Hixon's 61-yard touchdown reception midway through the third quarter.
The safety had the second whiff on the Hixon TD.
His contribution was a holding penalty that nullified a nice return by Jackson.
The Eagles tried a pitch to Vick at the 2-yard line that forced McNabb to block a defensive lineman. That's a bad idea, and it was poorly executed, too. Vick's throw sailed behind Reggie Brown for an incompletion.
For the second straight week, the Eagles cornerback scored a touchdown. This time, he was just in the right place at the right time when Brandon Jacobs' fumble hit tight end Kevin Boss' foot and landed right in Brown's hands.
The defensive end forced the first-quarter fumble that took the serendipitous bounce into Brown's hands.
The plantar fasciitis in the rookie receiver's left foot flared up again and ended his evening early.
The veteran linebacker let an interception slip through his hands and into the waiting arms of Boss for a first down late in the first quarter. The Giants got three points because of Trotter's missed opportunity.
Two illegal-contact penalties and one huge missed tackle aided the Giants on their second-quarter touchdown drive. The missed tackle came on a 68-yard TD pass from Eli Manning to Hakeem Nicks.
His job was to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the game. Instead, he sang "The Star-Mangled Spanner," hitting all the wrong notes and messing up a few of the lyrics for good measure.
The referee and his crew had a worse night than Linton, and that was no easy task. There might have been more missed calls than missed tackles.