Eagles 27, Patriots 17 Eagles trip up Patriots backups ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters Gymnast Aly Raisman, basketball player Asjha Jones, and judo athlete Kayla Harrison (left to right), all New England Olympians, were honored for winning Olympic medals before the Patriots' game with the Eagles Monday night. jim rogash /getty images Brian Hoyer looked downfield as the Eagles’ Darryl Tapp took aim. jim davis/globe staff Deion Branch tried to shake Kurt Coleman after a catch in the first quarter. jim rogash/getty images Michael Vick looked for an open man in the first quarter. jim rogash/getty images Ryan Mallett of the Patriots felt pressure from Phillip Hunt. jessica rinaldi/reuters Michael Vick was escorted off the field in the first quarter with a rib injury after being sacked by Patriots linebacker Jermaine Cunningham. jim davis/globe staff Patriots tight end Alex Silvestro was brought down by the Eagles’ DeMeco Ryan in the first quarter. jim davis/globe staff The Patriots Dont’a Hightower tackled LeSean McCoy. jim davis Ryan Mallett felt pressure from Antonio Dixon as he launched a pass downfield in the first half. jim davis/globe staff Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and Eagles head coach Andy Reid embraced before the game. jim davis/globe staff Harrison of Wakefield, Olympic gold medalist in judo, was among the New England Olympians who were honored before the game.