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Michael Vick's MVP Performance, Donovan McNabb Contract, and New Jersey Anti-Bullying Law


The Omelette Tuesday November 16, 2010

Michael Vick Delivers MVP Performance in Eagles Rout of Redskins

Michael Vick put up video game numbers in last night's rout of the Redskins at Fedex Field. Vick threw for 333 yards with 4 TD's and 80 yards rushing and another 2 TD's. The 6 Touchdown performance by Vick goes down as one of - if not the greatest regular season performance by any Eagles QB in history. The Eagles dismantled the Redskins 59-28. Don't miss Steve O's "The Morning After" on the Eagles-Redskins game for a full breakdown.

McNabb Signs 5-year $78 Million Contract With Redskins - $40 Million Guaranteed

McNabb and Randall Cunningham have something else in common aside from playing for the Eagles and being among the greatest QBs in team history. They both signed contract extensions on game day. Unlike Cunningham who put up 450 yards and 5 TDs on the day of his record deal, McNabb couldn't repeat history. Instead Michael Vick had "that" game. Donovan McNabb is $40 million richer though after inking the 5-year $78 million contract extension, with $40 million guaranteed.

New Jersey Pushes for Anti-Bullying Law

New Jersey Senate and Assembly panels approved a tougher anti-bullying proposal, which will head to the Full House and Senate.

The legislation strengthens a 2002 state anti-bullying law, which was crafted after 12 students and a teacher were killed at Columbine High School in Colorado by two students who had been taunted as outcasts for years.