Philadelphia’s Kevin Kolb, who connected on his first nine passes last Sunday in San Francisco, will get his second straight start. And once again, Kolb could be running for his life with King Dunlap, a 6-9, 330-pounder, replacing injured LT Jason Peters. Dunlap allowed three sacks against the 49ers and today he has to stop Atlanta’s John Abraham, one of the quickest edge rushers in the NFL. “He had a couple of plays that he would like to have back,” Eagles coach Andy Reid said. Reid was considering sliding LG Todd Herremans outside and plugging Reggie Wells inside. But Herremans also is nursing a sore knee. The Eagles will help Dunlap with a tight end or running back chipping on Abraham. Falcons CB Dunta Robinson, who has been strong in coverage, must keep Eagles WR DeSean Jackson from being a factor. Falcons MLB Curtis Lofton, the team's leading tackler, will be spying Eagles RB LeSean McCoy as much as possible. Michael Vick could end being the third quarterback today.
Philadelphia’s Kevin Kolb, who connected on his first n...
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