Rough game for Michael Vick in Eagles' loss

Aaron Wilson

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick had a rough night in a loss to an undefeated Kansas City Chiefs team coached by his former coach, Andy Reid.

Vick was intercepted twice with one returned for a touchdown by Eric Berry, was sacked five times and completed just 43 percent of his throws.

He completed 13 of 30 passes for 201 yards with one touchdown, rushing for 95 yards with a long run of 61 yards

Vick hadn't been intercepted in the first two games.

“We had the turnover, we get a score, we come back, we have good field position, we have another turnover, we’re moving the ball and we have another turnover,” Vick said. “It’s hard to get into a rhythm. Next thing you know, it’s halftime. The good thing is, we know exactly why we didn’t play the type of game we wanted to play. We’ve got to go back to the drawing board, regroup and figure this out.

“You’ve got to make every play count, and I take sole responsibility for what happened. I didn’t get the tempo going, I didn’t move the ball the way we were supposed to move the ball, I didn’t get the guys going the way I was supposed to get the guys going."

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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