It wasn't always pretty, but the Eagles start the season with a win over the Browns. Here's everything you need to know about Sunday's game...
Quarterback Michael Vick persevered in the win Sunday.
Linebacker DeMeco Ryans silenced critics with a dominating performance against the Browns.
Head coach Andy Reid saw positives in the way his team rallied in the fourth quarter.
For tight end Clay Harbor, practice makes perfect.
Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie started off the season in style.
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin toughed it out during Sunday's game.
Safety Kurt Coleman came away with more than just two interceptions Sunday.
The memorial services for Eagles Hall of Famer Steve Van Buren will be held this Wednesday.
Sunday's game was one the Eagles can build on.
Center Jason Kelce knows the team must stop the penalties to be successful.
After some key adjustments, the Eagles' cornerbacks put on great performances.
Clay Harbor's fourth quarter touchdown was the biggest catch of his career.
The defense came through in Sunday's win.
Running back LeSean McCoy's strong fourth quarter was a key to the win.
The play that gave the Eagles the lead was a familiar one.
With the offense struggling, wide receiver DeSean Jackson rallied the troops on the sideline.
The Eagles defense was bloodied but unbowed.
By winning his 137th game Sunday, Reid passed coach Hank Stram on the all-time wins list.
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