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Bet on the NFLPhiadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick was back on the field, fully practicing for the first time since his Week 4 rib injury. Michael Vick is now more than likely going to be Kolb’s back up, and was listed as the teams emergency QB behind Kolb and Mike Kafka for this Sunday. Kolb was the NFC Offensive Player of the Week following the victory over Atlanta, completing 23 of 29 passes for 326 yards and three touchdowns.

Sports betting tip: he set career highs for completion percentage at 79.3, passer rating at 133.6 and touchdown passes, one which was a career-long 83 yards to Jeremy Maclin.

Other injured Eagles that remained off the field in practice this week include wide receiver DeSean Jackson who suffered a concussion, offensive tackle Jason Peters with a knee injury and defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley who is recovering from an elbow accident.

As for the Titans, QB Vince Young is still recovering from both a knee and ankle injury he sustained in the game vs. Jacksonville where he had his left leg twisted underneath him after he recovered a fumble snap.

He claims to be healing quickly thanks to constant treatment, but it doesn’t look like he will be making his 17th consecutive start. He paid close attention as backup Kerry Collins led the Titans through practice on Thursday.

The Titans are the 3.5 point home favorites for this Week 7 game with the over under listed in Sportsbook at 43.


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