Eagles quarterback Michael Vick nearly led the team to a second-half comeback against the Packers on Sunday. Philadelphia lost starting quarterback Kevin Kolb, who was ineffective, to a concussion in the second quarter. It was the first time Vick played for an extended time in four seasons. "I feel like if I had been out there for four quarters, maybe we would've had a chance to win the game," Vick said. He finished with 175 yards passing and ran for 103 as the Eagles had a chance to tie the game in the final minutes of their 27-20 loss to Green Bay. "I thought Michael was phenomenal," coach Andy Reid said. "He brought the team back, he kept his poise."
Vick: We Might Have Won If I Played Four Quarters