PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Philadelphia Eagles didn't need much from Michael Vick to beat the Kansas City Chiefs. They didn't need anything from Donovan McNabb or Brian Westbrook.
Getting significant contributions from their youngsters and backups, the Eagles routed the Chiefs 34-14 in Vick's return to the NFL on Sunday.
Kevin Kolb threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns, LeSean McCoy had 84 yards rushing and one TD, and DeSean Jackson and Brent Celek each had 100-plus yards receiving and one score for Philadelphia (2-1).
McNabb missed his second straight game with a broken rib. Westbrook sat out with a sore ankle. It was no problem against the Chiefs (0-3). Kolb, a third-year pro making his second career start, and McCoy, a rookie second-round pick, filled in nicely.