Cowboys Vs. Eagles Getting Ugly As Michael Vick Throws Second Touchdown Pass

The Philadelphia Eagles are piling on the Dallas Cowboys early in their meeting on Sunday Night Football. The NFC East rivals don't look like they even belong on the same field at this point in the second quarter as Philadelphia has now opened up a 21-0 lead just a few minutes into the second quarter.

Michael Vick connected with Brent Celek from nine yards out to give the Eagles quarterback his second touchdown pass of the game. Vick has completed seven of his nine passing attempts for 111 yards while adding 45 yards of offense on the ground -- though his best scramble resulted in a delay of game penalty for throwing the ball down field.

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The Eagles took possession on this drive when Nnamdi Asomugha picked off Tony Romo to get Vick and the Philadelphia offense back on the field. It was a pretty impressive catch, as the animated picture shows below.

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For more on the Cowboys head over to Blogging The Boys. For more on the Eagles, check out Bleeding Green Nation. Follow the rest of Week 8 at SB Nation NFL.

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