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When the Washington Redskins head to Philadelphia this Sunday fans will see more than just a typical Week 4 game between division rivals. Never mind the fact that the Redskins and Eagles will be fighting down to the wire in a wide open NFC East, this particular tilt will mark the first official homecoming of former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.
Between 1999 and 2009, McNabb started 148 games at QB for the Eagles before signing with the Redskins in the off-season. In his absence, Philadelphia head coach Andy Reid has put Michael Vick at QB; a decision made easier when Kevin Kolb went down with an injury in Week 1.
For two consecutive weeks Vick has made Reid’s decision to stick with him upon Kolb’s return look genius. On Sunday Vick threw three more touchdowns and ran for another, giving Eagles fans faith that life will continue without 33-year-old McNabb running the show in a Philadelphia jersey.
According to Bdg Sportsbook, the Eagles, at 2-1, have 25/1 odds of winning the 2011 Super Bowl. The Washington Redskins, however, have just 55/1 odds after falling last weekend to 1-2. With neither Dallas nor New York looking particularly threatening early on, the jury is still out on who will prevail in the division.
The Dallas Cowboys will sit in Week 4, while the New York Giants take on the Chicago Bears. Can the Giants cover the spread against the surprising Bears or fall behind in the NFC East?
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