Eagles Vs. Redskins Halftime Score: Philly Pitching Shutout In Meaningless Game

It's one of the few NFL games of Week 17 that doesn't have any ramifications for the 2011 NFL playoffs, and the Eagles and Redskins are playing down to that standard. Philadelphia leads, 10-0, at the half.

Michael Vick has thrown for 151 yards and a touchdown in the game to give the Eagles their lead, but Philly's running game has been little better than nonexistent, accruing a whopping 12 yards. And Vick's taken two sacks for 20 yards, leaving Philly with fewer yards of total offense than Vick has passing yards.

As for the Redskins, Rex Grossman has 148 passing yards and an interception, so he's definitely still Rex Grossman. But Evan Royster's 66 yards on the ground have been a nice surprise.

For more on the Eagles, head to Bleeding Green Nation. For more on the Redskins, visit Hogs Haven. For more on the NFL, head to SB Nation's NFL hub.

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