Philadelphia Eagles' 2010 Midseason Awards: Best Offensive Player

By Bryn Swartz

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There have been four offensive players on the Philadelphia Eagles who stand out above all of the rest this season.

They are as follows: quarterback Michael Vick, running back LeSean McCoy, and wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson.

Maclin ranks eighth in the NFL in touchdown receptions and is on pace for over 1000 yards.

Jackson has four touchdown through the air, one on the ground, and is averaging almost 20 yards per catch.

McCoy is on pace for over 1700 total yards and 10 touchdowns.

But nobody is playing like Michael Vick, who is, play by play, the NFL’s best weapon this season.

Vick has played in three complete game starts and won all of them, leading the Eagles to 89 points in those three games.

He has thrown seven touchdowns without an interception this season. He is averaging over eight yards per pass attempt. He is completing over 60 percent of his passes for the first time in his career.

His 105.3 passer rating leads the NFL and is 30 points higher than his average with the Falcons.

He has rushed for 261 yards and two touchdowns at over seven yards per run. He has cut down on his fumbles, with just two this season, both in the game against the Lions.

His speed is perfect considering the Eagles’ struggling offensive line. He has amazed coaches, teammates, opponents, and fans for his ability to throw accurately while on the run, something he had never truly mastered.

With Vick leading the Eagles, a playoff berth is expected.

It’s not even unrealistic for Eagles fans to have Super expectations this season.

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