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New Quarterback, Same Result in the Two-Minute Drill: Why Michael Vick’s Interception Was As Bad or Worse as Donovan McNabb’s Have Been

New Quarterback, Same Result in the Two-Minute Drill: Why Michael Vick’s Interception Was As Bad or Worse as Donovan McNabb’s Have Been

Hyped by on January 10, 2011 Website: www.eaglescentral.com

The Eagles lost to the Green Bay Packers 21-16 in the wild-card round of the postseason.

Quarterback Michael Vick threw an interception in the end zone with 33 seconds remaining, eliminating any chance of an Eagles comeback and effectively ending the season for the Philadelphia Eagles.

This is nothing new for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Donovan McNabb has thrown his fair share of clutch interceptions with the Eagles.

However, I can’t think of one he ever threw that was as poorly timed as Vick’s today.

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