While defeating a team of the Jaguars caliber is not necessarily an accomplishment, defeating any team in the NFL 28-3 certainly is.
That's just what the Eagles did to the Jaguars on Sunday. Leading 14-3 at halftime, Vick and the Eagles put the game away before the fourth quarter even started, scoring two touchdowns within a five-minute period late in the third quarter.
It was an impressive all-around performance by the Eagles.
Even though the Jaguars had possession for nearly 33 minutes of the game, the Eagles' defense limited the Jaguars to 184 yards of total offense.
On the other side of the ball, the Eagles racked up 373 yards of total offense in just over 27 minutes of possession.
So how did the Eagles trounce the Jaguars so thoroughly? Was it because they played so well, or because the Jaguars played so poorly, or perhaps both?
Read on to find out...