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The NFC's 55-41 victory, a game not nearly as interesting as that score would indicate, did nothing to repair the tattered image of the NFL's all-star contest.
Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, seldom-used rookie James Starks ran for 123 yards and the Green Bay Packers beat Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles 21-16 in an NFC wild-card game Sunday.
Michael Vick threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to give the Philadelphia Eagles a 7-3 lead over the Houston Texans after the first quarter on Thursday night.
Arian Foster gave the Houston Texans the lead for the first time on a 3-yard touchdown run and the Houston Texans lead the Philadelphia Eagles 24-20 after three quarters on Thursday night.
LeSean McCoy scored two touchdowns to give the Philadelphia Eagles a 20-10 lead over the Houston Texans at halftime on Thursday night.
Donovan McNabb walked onto the field in an empty stadium 2 1/2 hours before kickoff, a wide smile on his face. Of course, there was nobody around to boo him.