Michael Vick, Peyton Manning both outplay Dallas Cowboys on Sunday

Michael Vick and Peyton Manning both led their respective teams to victory in week two of the NFL season, while the Cowboys lost their home opener to the Bears.

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    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick looks to hand the ball off during the first half of their NFL football game against the Detroit Lions in Detroit, Michigan September 19.
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A couple of big name quarterbacks took care of business Sunday, while 'America's Team' still couldn't find the win column.

Peyton Manning won 'Manning Bowl II' Sunday night, leading the Colts past little brother Eli and the Giants, 38-14. As effective as Peyton and the Colt offense was, the Indy defense was stifling. They held the Giants to 120 yards rushing and sacked Eli Manning four times.

Michael Vick started his first NFL game at quarterback since returning from a 21-month prison term for dogfighting last year. He threw for a pair of touchdowns in the Eagles' 35-32 win over Detroit.

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Dallas, on the other hand, is 0-2, following a 27-20 loss to Chicago Sunday. Tony Romo threw for over 370 yards and a TD, but he was picked off twice. The Cowboys are still hoping to land in next February's Super Bowl, to be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. But the road to the NFL's big game has definitely gotten steeper.

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