Despite their 4-8 record, the Philadelphia Eagles are not out of the NFC East race. The Eagles would need a significant amount of help, but they can help themselves by rebounding off back to back losses as they head into Miami to take on the Dolphins. The Eagles offense will get back Michael Vick this week, who missed the past two weeks with a rib injury. While Vick was out, the Eagles offense was led by back up quarterback Vince Young, who threw 8 interceptions during his two-and-a-half game spot duty. "I'll definitely be out there," said Vick. "I feel like I've got to be accountable for my team. I want to be there. It's a desperation last four games. It's unfortunate that we're in the situation that we're in now, but there's nothing we can do about it."
The Miami Dolphins on the other hand have won four of their last five, including a 34-14 beat down of the Oakland Raiders at home last week. Quarterback Matt Moore has injected life into the Dolphins offense since taking over, leading the team to all four of it's wins. Not only has the Dolphins offense turned around, but the defense has gotten back to playing like most expected. "Our whole demeanor is changed," defensive end Jason Taylor said. "Our swagger has changed. This team is a lot looser now and not playing uptight, not preparing uptight, not acting uptight. And that shows on Sunday." The Dolphins aren't in the playoff hunt, but can play the spoiler to other teams and build for next season.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, December 11th, 1:00 pm ET
Location: SunLife Stadium, Miami, FL
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