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What They’re Saying About the Eagles

Here’s a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Eagles:

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All-22: How the Eagles Are Beating the Blitz

One reason why Andy Reid is sticking with Michael Vick is because the quarterback has actually shown real improvement in a couple key areas.

Most notably, against the blitz.

In the last three games (while the offense has still had plenty of issues), the Eagles have done damage against the blitz. Just look at the numbers. Vick is 29-for-42 for 405 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions against extra pressure. That’s a 69 percent completion percentage and 9.6 yards-per-attempt.

If you’re a glass-half-full kind of fan (c’mon, there has to be one or two of you out there), this is something to be optimistic about looking ahead to the final 10 games.

Since the Eagles were on bye last week, there’s no new All-22 to break down. So instead, let’s take a look at some of the ways the offense has beaten the blitz in the last few weeks.

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Mike Check: Vick’s Matchup With the Ravens

We’ve devoted plenty of space here to Michael Vick’s struggles in Week 1. But here’s a breakdown of two specific areas – blitz and play-action – with an eye on Sunday’s matchup against the Ravens.

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Instant Observations: Eagles Vs. Browns

It was ugly, but the Eagles left Cleveland with a 17-16 win over the Browns. Here are some observations on how the offense and defense performed.

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Offense Review: Dunlap Has Edge Over Bell

A look at how King Dunlap, Demetress Bell and the rest of the offense performed against the Patriots, after having re-watched the game.

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Vick goes undercover at Modell’s

If the whole quarterbacking thing doesn’t work out, Michael Vick may be able to gain employment at Modell’s.

Funny video embedded below, as Vick goes undercover to promote his new clothing line. Enjoy.

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Mike Vick Weighs In On Penn State Ruling

Training camp in Bethlehem has a most isolated feel, but Eagles coaches and players are certainly aware of the seismic news rumbling out of Penn State.

“It’s sad that certain people have to suffer in that situation,” said Michael Vick. “But the punishment that was imposed was imposed for a reason. Hopefully society will learn from this, and in years to come Penn State can bounce back. But as of right now they definitely have to deal with the verdict that was handed down.”