Patriots 38, Eagles 20 Patriots soar against the Eagles Brady (three TDs) and Patriots dominate Vince Young and Philadelphia ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page barry chin/globe staff Tom Brady and Aaron Hernandez shared a laugh late in the fourth quarter, as the Patriots dominated the Eagles yesterday, 38-20. Barry Chin/globe staff Vince Young started for the Philadelphia Eagles in place of injured starting quarterback Michael Vick. barry chin/globe staff The Eagles were out in front early after running back LeSean McCoy scored on a two-yard run. Barry Chin/globe staff Wide receiver Deion Branch (84) broke loose for a long gain in the second quarter. barry chin/globe staff Cornerback Antwaun Molden snagged a key interception of a pass intended for Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson in the second quarter. Barry Chin/globe staff Linebacker Tracy White could hardly have played the ball better, but Eagles tight end Brent Celek hauled in this pass for a first down. Barry Chin/globe staff Tom Brady brought the Patriots back and they led at the half, 24-13. barry chin/globe staff Rob Gronkowski broke a tackle and fought his way into the end zone in the fourth quarter. Barry Chin/globe staff Wide receiver Wes Welker finished the day with two touchdowns and 115 yards on 8 catches. Barry Chin/globe staff BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 44 yards on 14 carries. barry chin/globe staff Eagles wide receiver Jason Avant had eight catches for 110 yards. barry chin/globe staff Two Patriots fans showed their colors before the game at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field.