With Michael Vick back from a concussion, we expected the Eagles to get a win over the New York Giants after a close loss to the Atlanta Falcons, where Vick left the game due to the injury.

But things got worse for Vick in this one. The first drive for the Eagles started off with Vick throwing an interesting pass, which bounced off his receiver and into Aaron Ross' hands for the interception.  He would have an interception again later on Mike Kafka.

Vick would later leave the game in the fourth due to a broken hand and there is no timetable on how long Vick could be out with the injury.

Eli Manning played solid, going 16-of-23 for 254 yards with four touchdowns and a 145.7 rating. The Eagles played poor on all sides of the ball, showing that they are not a "Dream Team" at all.

After the Vick interception, the Giants marched down the field, leading to Manning-to-Brandon Jacobs touchdown to put New York up 7-0. It brought uproars over Twitter about Casey Matthews, that the experiment with him has gone bad after he struggled to guard Jacobs and was literally ten yards behind him on the touchdown.

After that, the Giants would come back again with a big touchdown from Manning to Victor Cruz. Eli played very well, despite without Domenik Hixon, who is out for the season for the second year in a row; and Mario Manningham. Cruz was the difference for New York.

The Eagles had a couple chances to score in the red zone with touchdowns, but instead had to settle for field goals. Their last lead was 16-14, but after that, things went downhill for Philly.

The Giants played well after a stunning loss to the Eagles last year with a DeSean Jackson punt return for the touchdown to get Philly the win, 38-31.

"It's always good to beat those guys, especially here," Manning said. "They have good players and we knew we had to come in with the same game plan as last year and just finish it this time."

LeSean McCoy was the only reason the Eagles were able to stay close at points, as he had 128 rushing yards and a touchdown, but it wasn't enough for the victory. Kafka played awful, going four-of-seven for 35 yards and two interceptions.

Aaron Bradshaw played solid for NY, having 86 rushing yards off of 15 carries. Cruz was the big playmaking receiver for the Giants, having three catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns.

"It means the world to me because a lot of people were saying our receivers were down and who would step up and I was happy to be that guy that stepped up to help my team," Cruz said.

Another poor part of Philly's offense was in the first half. They had so many problems with the offensive line. There were countless times where the O-Line had false starts or holding penalties. It was ridiculous. Vick was not happy at all with his line.

"He was just frustrated with the offensive line," Jackson said.

Just a great win for the Giants, as they move up to 2-1. As for Philly, they are surprisingly 1-2. And as for Vick's hand, he'll have a CT scan on Monday.

"I don't know anything right now except my hand is broken," Vick said.

Vick broke his hand after hit by Chris Canty when he completed a 23-yard pass to Jeremy Maclin.

"I felt I got hit late. No flag," Vick said. "At some point something catastrophic is gonna happen. Not to blame the refs, but more precautions should be taken. I'm on the ground all the time in the pocket."

I wish a speedy recovery for Vick.

Pretty good game nonetheless here in Philadelphia.


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