Rookie QB Ryan Mallett connected with Alex Silvestro for touchdown 1:16 into the second quarter, but a pair of costly turnovers soon after resulted in the Philadelphia Eagles win Monday night’s preseason contest 27-17 over the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Pats fumbled twice at the end of the half, which ultimately gift wrapped an extra 14 points for the Eagles to find themselves back in the game. (more)
The New England Patriots are riding high after Monday’s 34-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite their recent success, the team has plenty of work cut out for them this week in preparation for the Philadelphia Eagles. (more)
Michael Vick led his Philadelphia Eagles downfield for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to claim victory over the Houston Texans 34-24 Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles were up 20-10 at the half before Arian Foster found the end zone twice in the third block, setting the stage for Vick and Co. to rally for their eighth win of the season. Vick completed 22 passes for 302 yards and two TD’s while collecting 48 yards and one touchdown on the ground.
“This young man is playing as good as anybody I’ve seen play in the NFL and I’ve been doing it for a while,” Texans coach Gary Kubiak said of Vick. “He’s special and we just tried to contain him, but obviously he still had a big night. He’s been doing it against a lot of people. We had a couple of chances for turnovers. He gave us a couple of opportunities that we just didn’t take advantage of.”
The Eagles now sit atop the NFC East Division as the Texans trail the Jaguars, Colts and Titans in the AFC South. Philadelphia is set to take on the Dallas Cowboys Sunday, December 12th at Cowboys Stadium. Houston will be featured in Monday night’s contest against the Baltimore Ravens December 13th.
Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick claimed headlines this week as the first player in NFL history to produce 300 yards passing, 50 yards rushing, four passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in Philadelphia’s 59-28 victory over the Washington Redskins on Monday night. The Eagles are now on top of the NFC East Division with the New York Giants at 6-3. The New England Patriots handled the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday as the New York Jets edged the Cleveland Browns in OT. The AFC East rivals and the NFC South leading Atlanta Falcons are the only teams to showcase 7-2 records. Check for all NFL Week 10 scores below.
Thursday, November 11, 2010Atlanta Falcons 26, Baltimore Ravens 21 – Matt Ryan led his men downfield in the final minute, hitting Roddy White with the go ahead touchdown from 33 yards out to pull ahead by 4.
Sunday, November 14, 2010Buffalo Bills 14, Detroit Lions 12 – Fred Jackson gained 133 yards and one touchdown from 25 carries to give the Bills their first win of the season.
Chicago Bears 27, Minnesota Vikings 13 – Chicago scored 14 points in the second quarter for the initial advantage and held on from there.
New York Jets 26, Cleveland Browns 20 – Mark Sanchez connected with Santonio Holmes for the game winning TD with 16 seconds left in overtime.
Miami Dolphins 29, Tennessee Titans 17 – Anthony Fasano pulled in five receptions for 107 yards and one touchdown. (more)
Week 3 was filled with exciting matchups between a number division rivals. The New York Jets prevailed over the Miami Dolphins to claim the top spot in the AFC East. The Atlanta Falcons defeated the New Orleans Saints in OT, handing Drew Brees and Co. their first loss since January. This week’s final contest featured the Chicago Bears outdueling the Green Bay Packers on a late field goal to stay 3-0. Other teams that remain undefeated include the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers. Check for all Week 3 scores below.
Sunday, September 26, 2010Minnesota Vikings 24, Detroit Lions 10 – Adrian Peterson took charge from the ground with 160 yards and two touchdowns.
Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 10 – Matt Cassel completed 16 passes for 250 yards and three TD’s for Kansas City to stay perfect.
New England Patriots 38, Buffalo Bills 30 – Tom Brady and Randy Moss connected in the end zone twice to defeat the Bills for the 12th consecutive time.
Atlanta Falcons 27, New Orleans Saints 24 – Matt Bryant sent one through the uprights from 46 yards out after Garrett Hartley’s missed attempt in overtime to stun the Saints at the Superdome. (more)
NFL sources believe the Oakland Raiders to have interest in striking a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles for veteran QB Donovan McNabb. The 33-year old still has another year remaining on his contract for $11.2 million. The Eagles are asking for a top 42 draft pick for the former face of their franchise. Oakland is more than willing to give up their 39th overall selection for the 6X Pro Bowler.
McNabb earlier voiced his interest in the Minnesota Vikings if Brett Favre decides to stay out of the picture come September. He also made clear to head coach Andy Reid that he’d prefer to stay in Philadelphia. Despite his initial reactions, McNabb is familiar with Raiders owner Al Davis and offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. Check back for more league updates right here at AceTicket.com!
The Dallas Cowboys finally claimed victory in the playoffs for the first time since December of 1996 Saturday night over the Philadelphia Eagles 34-14 in Arlington, TX. Following a scoreless first quarter the Cowboys really found their rhythm, posting 27 points in the second while holding Philly to just one score.
“It’s just … rewarding,” said QB Tony Romo. “It makes me proud of the guys in there – fighting, grinding, staying committed to the approach. I’m happy for the guys, happy for Wade, happy for Jerry.”
Felix Jones produced a 73 yard run in the third quarter for six, marking the Cowboys final TD of the contest. The Eagles scored again in the fourth but the game was already well out of reach at that point. Dallas is set to play Minnesota in the NFC Divisional Round next Sunday at 1:00 PM. Vikings vs. Cowboys tickets are available now!
The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys will square off this Saturday for the second time in seven days at Cowboy Stadium. Last week Dallas dominated the Eagles 24-0 and earned the rights to call themselves NFC East Division champs in the process. Eagles head coach Andy Reid is certainly looking forward to Saturday’s contest following his team’s lack of production during Week 17.
“They played better than we played,” said Reid. “They coached better than we coached. You get back to business and you do it in a very matter-of-fact way. If you get caught up in all the what ifs and this and that, then you’re making a mistake. We don’t have time for that. It’s a hurried-up week and you have to get right back on the horse and figure out how to not get bucked off again.”
This year the Cowboys have the advantage on the offensive end, as they usually rack up 400 yards per game to Philadelphia’s 358. The Eagles are slightly better defensively, giving up just six fewer yards on average. Cowboys vs. Eagles tickets are now available!
Quarterback Donovan McNabb threw for his 200th touchdown pass and surpassed the 30,000 yard mark as the Philadelphia Eagles went on to defeat the Washington Redskins 27-17 Monday night. The win for Philly was a definite step in the right direction after being stunned last week against the Oakland Raiders.
DeSean Jackson racked up two TD’s in the first half from a 67-yard run and a 57-yard reception that followed. “I was out there having fun, man, honestly,” said Jackson. “My ankle was kind of hurting. I really didn’t feel it, but it did kind of affect my dance a little bit. I could put it to perfection a little bit better than that.”
The Redskins can only look ahead now to their match up with the Atlanta Falcons next Sunday. “You have to take the bitter with the sweet,” said running back Rock Cartwright. “And right now we’re at a bitter moment.”
Philadelphia is just one game behind the New York Giants in the NFC East standings. The two teams will meet on Sunday, November 11th at 1:00 PM.