Michael Vick Injury: Donovan McNabb Led Redskins Over Eagles in NFC East Battle

October 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the Philadelphia Eagles dealt franchise quarterback Donovan McNabb within the NFC East to their archrival Washington Redskins, many eyebrows were raised.
Prior to the beginning of the season, Eagles coach Andy Reid stressed the point that Kevin Kolb would be the starting quarterback, while Michael Vick would remain the backup.
NFL fans around the country circled the October 3rd matchup that featured McNabb's return to Philly.
When Kevin Kolb suffered a concussion in the first half of the opening game against the Green Bay Packers, the Michael Vick experience was under way.
Since then, Vick won the NFC Offensive Player of the Month, passing for 750 yards and six touchdowns while throwing zero interceptions. He rushed 23 times for 170 yards and a touchdown as well.
McNabb received a standing ovation Sunday in his entrance to the field that he played on for 11 seasons and quickly got the 'Skins off to a hot start, connecting with tight end Chris Cooley for a ...

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