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It’s been one of the biggest upsets in Eagles history and the result is a win that should see them push past the Denver Broncos for the division title.

The Eagles played to a 2-2 tie and were led by first-round pick Michael Vick, who was on the field for a pair of crucial fourth-quarter touchdowns.

It’s a team-high three third-down conversions, and it came after Vick took a few steps back.

The game-winner came in the fourth quarter after Carson Wentz completed a perfect pass to tight end Zach Ertz, who had caught the Eagles’ final pass of the game.

Wentz took a snap, and Ertz cut to the right.

Vick scrambled, but Ertz beat him and broke free for a 31-yard gain.

Vick threw two interceptions in the first half, including one to rookie receiver Zach Ervin.

Wentson threw two more picks in the second half, but he still completed 13 of 28 passes.

It was a big night for Ervin, who caught a touchdown pass from rookie Carson Wentson, who returned an interception for a touchdown in the third quarter.

Went’s completion percentage in the game was 73.4, his fifth-highest since being drafted by the Eagles.

Ervin also was named a preseason All-Pro.

The offense made big plays on the ground, and the Eagles had three touchdowns of 20-plus yards, including two in the final minute of the first quarter.

The team got a big offensive boost in the running game, as rookie running back Bryce Brown had 17 carries for 121 yards.

Brown also had five receptions for 66 yards, a career high.

Erving, who missed his first six games because of a hamstring injury, scored on a 26-yard touchdown run in the closing seconds of the fourth period.

Brown scored a touchdown on the next play of the period, but Wentz’s second interception of the night in the end zone gave the Eagles a 10-0 lead.

Brown had two catches for 46 yards in the period.

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