By the Numbers: Eagles Hook Dolphins in Miami

Eagles get out to early lead then hold on to beat Miami 26-10.

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After three games, Andy Reid had Michael Vick back under center as the Eagles played in Miami for the first time in eight years.
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The Dolphins started Matt Moore. He passed for 95 yards on 11-of-19 passing while throwing a touchdown and an interception.
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Moore was eventually knocked out of the game after taking a big hit. J.P. Losman took his place completing 6-of-10 passes for 60 yards.
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The Fins only TD came when Brandon Marshall beat Nnamdi Asomugha for a 16-yard TD. Marshall went on to catch four balls for 27 yards on the day.
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Vick -- coming off broken ribs -- looked good in the first half completing 11-of-19 passes for 167 yards and a touchdown.
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Vick struggled as the game went on -- having been sacked four times -- and managed to complete only 4-of-11 passes for 41 yards and an interception in the second half. He also ran twice for nine yards.
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Vick did a lot of this Sunday as LeSean McCoy carried the ball 27 times but managed just 38 yards (1.4 yards per carry).
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Shady still managed to find the end zone twice to give him 14 rushing TDs on the season -- just one score short of Steve Van Buren's franchise record.
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McCoy's counterpart Reggie Bush actually broke the 100-yard mark -- ruching for 103 yards on just 14 carries (7.4 yards per carry).
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DeSean Jackson scored for the first time since Week 5 with a 34-yard TD grab. He finished with a team-high 59 yards on four receptions.
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S Kurt Coleman intercepted his team-high fourth pass of the season and returned it 35 yards to set up McCoy's second score.
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Defensive end Phillip Hunt recorded his first career safety when he took down Losman in the fourth quarter. It was one of nine sacks on the day for the Eagles.
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Trent Cole was one of two Eagles with three sacks. The other was fellow defensive end Jason Babin.
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It wasn't pretty but the Eagles held on for the 26-10 win.
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The win put Reid's Eagles at 5-8 while dropping Tony Sparano's Dolphins to 4-9.
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