By the Numbers: Vick, Eagles Finish Off Redskins

Birds disappointing season ends on a high note with a 34-10 win over the Redskins.

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Hall celebrates with the Philadelphia faithful.
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A frustrating Eagles season mercifully came to an end Sunday. At least the Eagles gave fans something to cheer about as they destroyed the Redskins 34-10.
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Michael Vick had one of his better games of the season throwing for 335 yards on 24-for-39 passing, three touchdowns and an interception -- good for a 104.1 passer rating.
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Vick's favorite target was Jeremy Maclin who hauled in eight balls for 105 yards including this juggling grab.
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Chad Hall caught only one ball but it was good for a 7-yard TD...
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...and one memorable Lambeau-style leap into the crowd at the Linc.
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Brent Celek ran over the Skins on his way to six catches, 86 yards and a touchdown.
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DeSean Jackson also gave something for fans to remember hauling in four passes for 86 yards including this 62-yard score.
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Rookie RB Dion Lewis carried the load for the Eagles with LeSean McCoy inactive. He rushed 12 times for 58 yards and a score.
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Vick did take some punishment was he was sacked twice and fumbled once.
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Talking about hitting the QB, the Eagles defensive line notched another sack to bring the team's season sack total to 50.
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Trent Cole got the sack on Washington's Rex Grossman but the Redskins QB was hit plenty Sunday while posting a paltry 64.7 passer rating.
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Grossman managed 256 yards a touchdown and an interception on 22-f0r-45 passing.
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Nate Allen picked off Grossman on a ball that deflected off Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
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At least rookie RB Evan Royster, a Penn State alum, impressed with 113 yards on 20 carries.
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This game, make that this season as a whole, has to have made Mike Shanahan angry. His team finished just 5-11 this season.
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Andy Reid and Michael Vick hug this season goodbye as the Eagles finish 8-8.
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