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Michael Vick has come under fire for many things, but one thing is certain, he is an amazing quarterback that delivered solid performances all year long for the Eagles. The team took a solid victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The team gave a rousing performance as Vick stole the show, driving in four touchdowns to help the Eagles overthrow the game. It ended in a massively one-sided 28-3 after the regulation four quarters. Odds.

Vick made sure his team was there to support him, and then he made a few stellar plays. His receivers were in the all the right spots at the all right times, which allowed him to play a cunning game behind his defensive line. When he did make a break for the end zone, he came through. Scoring himself, he threw three touchdown passes in what, to date, has been the best game for the Eagles yet. Las Vegas odds.

He was accurate in his passing, radiating quality time and time again. Vick completed 17 of 31 passes for 291 yards, somehow continuing to find his mark amidst the chaos. As far as redeeming performances go, this was about as good as they get. Vick found DeSean Jackson for a 61-yard touchdown, and hooked up with Jeremy Maclin for two scores. All in all, this was an impressive game for the team, both offensively and defensively.  They didn’t let the Jags up for even a second, but instead, punished them until the game was over. Scores.

If things keep up like this it will be a bright year for this team, and for Vick. The Eagles (2-1) improved to 2-0 with Vick as their starter, and are looking stronger as the season progresses. They will continue to play well together as the year goes on. The only question is – how far will they take it? Be sure and follow it all at

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