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Eagles Back At Practice, Looking To Eliminate Mistakes

(Michael Vick, after injuring his hand during the Eagles' 29-16 loss to the NY Giants on September 25th.   Credit: Chris Trotman/ Getty Images)

(Michael Vick, after injuring his hand during the Eagles’ 29-16 loss to the NY Giants on September 25th. Credit: Chris Trotman/ Getty Images)

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles returned to the practice field today, getting ready to host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

The Eagles sit at 3-5 after that Monday night loss to the Chicago Bears, 30-24 (see game story).

So far this season, the Eagles have been unable to come back after falling behind in the 4th quarter, and quarterback Michael Vick says that when certain things happen in a game, the offense goes into a panic.

“You can’t do that.  We’ve got to keep pushing forward, stay confident, keep that edge and that attitude.  When we do that, we’re one of the best teams in this league, I think.  And when we don’t, obviously we see what happens — we don’t win football games.”

Vick adds that the reason the Eagles are 3-5 is turnovers, which they did not commit last year.

As for the loss to the Bears, Vick says Chicago played great in all phases of the game.

Reported by Tom Maloney, KYW Newsradio 1060

 

 

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