PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 27 (UPI) -- Kevin Kolb
passed for two scores and Michael Vick
played in his first game since late 2006 Sunday in a 34-14 Philadelphia romp over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kolb, starting in place of the injured Donovan McNabb, completed 24-of-34 passes for 327 yards. His touchdown tosses were a 64-yarder to DeSean Jackson and a 35-yarder to Brent Celek.
Jackson caught six passes for 149 yards and LeSean McCoy ran for 84 yards and a touchdown for Philadelphia.
Vick, back in the NFL after serving a prison sentence for his part in a dogfighting operation, was 0-for-2 passing and ran once for 7 yards.
Matt Cassel was 14-of-18 for 90 yards and touchdown passes of 13-yards to Mark Bradley and 9 yards to Bobby Wade for Kansas City (0-3), which has lost 26 of its last 28 games.
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