After an Eagles' win this coyote ugly, only Velcroed-on smiles flicker in the gloom

Second-guessing the Eagles is like Jell-O. There’s always room for it.
Even after a season-opening win.
Granted, this win seemed like a loss.
Yeah, the Birds did pull one out of their smelly you-know-what Sunday in the closing minutes to squeak past the Browns, their Triple-A farm team, 17-16.
A farm team with a rookie named Brandon Weeden who threw four picks and finished with a quarterback rating of 5.1.
Then again, that 5.1 is a number that likely surpasses Michael Vick’s football IQ.
Vick also threw four interceptions and looked worse than a floor full of mean vomit most of the game. The guy reads defenses like I read bio-engineering manuals.
He doesn’t play quarterback. He plays Michael Vick. Which means the offense plays like a string quartet with strings of linguini.
Since Andy Reid has to be sitting on the world’s largest hot seat, I’d say he’s in some serious doo-doo after this debacle.
After all, Reid once again forgot the running game for the most part. Interesting when he needed it at crunch time, Reid found that ground and pound can be sound and scale a mound of doom.
In the end, Vick did manage to orchestrate a 16-play, 91-yard touchdown drive climaxed by his 4-yard TD pass to Clay Harbor.
Astonishingly, it was Vick’s first game-winning drive in an Eagles’ uniform.
His next one could come the next time Halley’s Comet shows up in 2061.