Here are Paul Domowitch's grades for the Eagles-Jaguars game. Click here to make your grades and look for the results in Tuesday's Daily News.
RUN OFFENSE: The Eagles didn’t run the ball a lot, but did a pretty good job when they did, particularly if you factor in Mike Vick, who had a nifty 17-yard TD run. LeSean McCoy averaged 5 yards per carry in the first three quarters, thanks mainly to an 18-yard run up the gut out of a three wide-receiver set. Mike Bell failed to pick up a first down on a pair of back-to-back short-yardage runs in the second quarter. Grade: B
PASS OFFENSE: Mike Vick recorded his third straight 100-plus passer rating, which is a career-first for him. His completion percentage (54.8) wasn’t great, but he threw three touchdown passes, including 45- and 61-yarders to Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson, and no interceptions. The offensive line gave up three sacks, but did a much better overall job of pass-protection than the first 2 weeks. Grade: A-minus
RUN DEFENSE: With Stewart Bradley back in the middle and the Eagles getting penetration from their front four, Maurice Jones-Drew was held to 3.7 yards per carry in the first three quarters. He had a nice 17-yard cutback-run on his second carry and a 12-yarder in the second quarter, but was a non-factor the rest of the time. Grade: A