Eagles drop Falcons

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PHILADELPHIA - Tired of sitting in the training room, Brian Westbrook was ready to run.

Westbrook returned to his All-Pro form and rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns as part of a dynamic all-around effort, and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Atlanta Falcons 27-14 on Sunday.

Westbrook missed two of the last three games with broken ribs and had been bothered by an ankle injury. Perhaps rejuvenated by the bye week, Westbrook rushed for nearly as many yards as he had all season (194).

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pfft 10/26/08 - 05:25 pm
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Oh my bad first time I read

Oh my bad first time I read this I thought it said refs lead Eagles pass the Falcons.

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GnipGnop 10/26/08 - 05:41 pm
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That was a terrible call but

That was a terrible call but you cannot leave a game in the hands of the refs.

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