It wasn't what the Eagles planned, but it worked nonetheless as
"It was the greatest feeling ever," Bell said. "To go out there on the winning drive and put them down; it's a great feeling."
Reynolds and Bell were forced into the lineup due to injury. Starting center
"In that situation, you don't have much time to think about anything. It was in the middle of a series," said Reynolds, who was on the practice squad for three seasons before making the team this year. "I was just trying to go out and play and give the calls and do my thing. It was time to work."
Kelce will have an MRI on Monday. He's neither optimistic nor pessimistic regarding what the outcome of the test will be. Kelce watched the Eagles rally and was proud of Reynolds, whom he thinks will have a chance to "prove himself" depending on how long he is sidelined.
"It seemed like he was making the right calls. Dallas is a very good player. He was good for us in Training Camp," Kelce said. "I think he did a good job especially under those circumstances."
On the Eagles' next offensive series following Kelce's injury, starting left tackle
"That's why they brought me in, to get out there and block. It was great just to be out there and be a part of it," said Bell, who admitted losing the starting job was tough.
"It's still bothers me. There's times you want to go in the tank. There's going to be a better day one day. You just don't know when. You've just got to keep a smile on your face and go to work every day and just try to improve on one thing. Not two or three. Just one thing to get better and better at every day."
As well as the refurbished offensive line came together, the Eagles trailed 23-17 with 4:43 left in the game. The Eagles marched 80 yards down the field in 10 plays. There were no penalties. There were no sacks allowed.
"We knew we were going to go down and score," Reynolds said. "That's what we had in our mind; make no mental mistakes. We were able to handle that, go down and score."
On a day when Vick threw for 371 yards and wide receiver
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