"Anytime you go into a game with a guy who hasn't really played yet, and you come out with a win like that, especially late in the game when you persevere through it, that breeds confidence in his abilities," center Jason Kelce said Wednesday, according to The Associated Press. "I don't want to say that I was ever not confident that Vince could do it, but I'm definitely more confident now, having been through the (Giants) game."
"I thought Vince did a great job giving guys opportunities last week," wide receiver Jason Avant said. "He had some interceptions, but a couple of those plays could've been made better by the receivers, so we have confidence in anyone that plays. Hopefully, we'll go out and execute our game plan and make some plays for Vince and our team."
With Vick and his $100 million contract entrenched in Philadelphia, Young is getting what amounts to an audition for other teams. His flame-out in Tennessee remains a serious blemish on his résumé, but Young has the opportunity to do some career rehabilitation as long as he's behind center.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.