Rookie 3rd string quarterback Joe Webb led the Minnesota Vikings to a shocking 24-14 upset win over the hapless Eagles who were still soaring high after that come-from-behind win over the New York Giants last week.
In the first Tuesday night NFL game since 1946, Eagles quarterback Michael Vick fell flat on his face as he was sacked six times by the Vikings’ marauding defense.
Subbing for the injured Brett Favre, Webb threw for 195 yards and ran for a touchdown against the Eagles (10-5).
Vick threw for 263 yards and ran for two touchdowns last night, but it wasn’t enough as the Vikings (6-9) rolled over him.
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson ran for 118 yards and a TD as the Vikings snapped the Eagles’ three-game winning streak.
Next up for the Eagles is the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Jan. 2. If Obama calls again, maybe Lurie shouldn’t answer the phone.