November 16, 2010

Michael Vick Leads Eagles to Huge Victory Over Redskins

    The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Washington Redskins Monday night by a huge score off 59-28, marking the most points scored by a single team ever on Monday Night Football. This was almost all because of the phenomenal play of #7 for Philly, Michael Vick.
    Perhaps having the best game of his career, he passed for 333 yards and four touchdowns. They were caught by receivers DeShaun Jackson, Jeremy Maclin, Jason Avant, and running back LeShaun McCoy. Newly acquired running back Jerome Harrison added a rushing touchdown, but Vick ran for 2. 
    In all, Michael Vick scored 6 total touchdowns, passed for 333 yards, completed 71% of passes. He ran for 80 yards as well.
    Vick really had a great game in front of a national audience. He reminded us that his legs still work, his arm still strong, and that even though people hate him and he was in jail for dog fighting charges, he can play. I think people need to forgive him, and realize he has changed.
    Vick is back and here to stay for more years to come, and Philly has a true quarter back for a few more seasons.

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