Eagles Lose to Giants as Vick Breaks His Hand

Plus: Governor Christie has a very presidential schedule, FEMA opens a second Philly office for Irene victims, Phils snap their skid, and more of what the city is buzzing about today

Eagles Lose as Vick Breaks Hand. The Eagles overcame a 14-0 deficit during yesterday’s home opener. A lot of good it did them, as they let another fourth quarter lead slip away behind the play of Mike Kafka after Michael Vick broke his right hand. They lost 29-16 and might miss Vick for a considerable amount of time. Insert obligatory “Dream Team” pun here. [6 ABC]

Governor Christie’s Schedule Fuels Presidential Speculation. Trips to Missouri, the bayou, and the West Coast have people speculating that New Jersey’s governor might be mulling a run at the Republican presidential candidacy. [CBS 3]

FEMA Opens Second City Office for Irene Victims. After long lines marred FEMA’s ability to help Philly’s victims of Hurricane Irene in an organized, efficient fashion, FEMA has opened a second office at the Belfield Rec Center in North Philly. [FOX 29]

Scott Hartnell Will See a Cardiologist Tomorrow. The veteran foward missed the final frame of Friday’s preseason game with an elevated heart rate—something that will keep Hartnell out of tonight’s game and land him at a cardiologist’s tomorrow. [Philadelphia Sports Daily]

Widener University’s Smoking Ban Is a Year Old. So, how is the university’s campus-wide ban on all tobacco products going? Officials say the students and faculty are healthier because of the change. [Inquirer]

Phillies End Eight-Game Losing Streak. Yesterday, Roy Halladay and the Phils won the first game since they wrapped up the division last weekend. Now they close out the season with three in Atlanta while the Braves gasp for air and frantically try to hold onto the NL wildcard. [FOX 29]