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Eagles in the a.m. -- Sept. 10

The Eagles escaped Cleveland with a 17-16 win. Here's all your coverage...

Eagles in the a.m. -- Sept. 10

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The Eagles escaped Cleveland with a 17-16 win. Here's all your coverage...

FROM THE INQUIRER

- It was more of the same for the Eagles, with one noticeable difference -- this time, they had a comeback.

- The Eagles' defense looked just like it was supposed to on Sunday, although the caveat was that the performance came against the Browns, writes Jeff McLane.

- It's hard to gauge the Eagles after this win, especially because of how lowly the Browns appeared, writes Bob Ford.

- It's not hard to gauge Michael Vick, who looked neither new nor improved, writes Phil Sheridan.

- Find an assortment of news and updates in this notebook, including tidbits on Jeremy Maclin, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Clay Harbor.

FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW

- Who was up and who was down? Jeff McLane tells you in this weekly feature.

- Some observations/ruminations from the game, from the two beat writers.

WHAT TO EXPECT TODAY

- Andy Reid gives a day-after news conference at noon. We'll have all your coverage on Birds' Eye View. 

Inquirer Staff Writer
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