I've already talked about Vick, and the Eagles offense starts with him. However, as I also mentioned, Vick has countless weapons surrounding him.
The one that stands out the most after last week's game is LeSean McCoy. He still hasn't been receiving a ton of touches offensively, but he is taking advantage of every touch he gets.
McCoy has been stepping up and making big plays all season, but he may have made some of his biggest in the win against the Giants last week.
Everyone knows about the DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin duo, and they continue to play at a very high level. If one is getting double-teamed, the other one steps up. Each of them has a ton of big play potential, and we've seen Vick connecting on the long ball with both targets. It's impossible to shut both of them down, and if you don't shut either of them down, you're really in trouble.
Jason Avant doesn't make those 80-yard touchdown grabs, but he has been incredibly consistent this season (let's not talk about his touchdown drop last week). Although we've seen limited production out of Brent Celek this season, I'm not ready to say he can't be a threat. The Eagles just aren't really involving tight ends in their passing formations this season.
We've also seen guys like Riley Cooper and Jerome Harrison step up when given the opportunity. The Eagles are extremely deep at the playmaking positions on offense.