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Question of the Day
Vick was knocked out of Sunday night’s game against Atlanta with a third-quarter concussion, forcing Mike Kafka to finish. Philadelphia coach Andy Reid has not said whether Kafka or Vince Young would start if Vick can’t.
“I mean, that guy is a tremendous athlete,” Tuck said after recording 1 1/2 sacks on Monday night in his season debut. “Obviously _ as he goes, that offense goes _ you always want to beat teams at their best. Me, personally, I would love for him to play. I think he brings out the best in us, too.”
One of the most memorable meltdowns in NFL history followed as Vick rallied the Eagles for three touchdown to tie the game and then watched from the sideline as DeSean Jackson scored on a 65-yard punt return on the final play to basically give the Eagles the NFC East title.
“The theme that we had throughout the preseason, not just based on that game, but based on a lot of our games quite frankly, is to finish,” Coughlin said. “We’ll continue for that to be one of our themes and constantly work to finish the game stronger. That is something we’ll present to our players again this week.”
When pressed about the effects of the game, Coughlin admitted there are some games a coach never forgets.
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