The Philadelphia Eagles played the sloppiest game of the week, and somehow, still managed a victory. Michael Vick threw four interceptions, LeSean McCoy lost a fumble early and the offensive line couldn't stop committing penalties.
The Eagles hung on late, thanks to a touchdown reception by Clay Harbor and a game-clinching interception by Kurt Coleman. As bad as Vick was, Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden was even worse. He threw four picks as well and had just 118 passing yards.
Neither one of these teams looked like a playoff team, but the important thing is just getting the victory. Winning ugly is still winning. It always beats losing a thriller to an evenly matched team. You don't get style points in the NFL.