"I'm just trying to bring my 'A' game," Vick said after throwing a 47-yard touchdown pass to DeSean Jackson. "I'm trying to make a statement every day, and treating every snap like it's my last."
Vick and Foles each led the Eagles to a touchdown in two series apiece, and Kelly wouldn't let on if he's leaning toward one guy.
"I thought they both did a good job," he said, adding that he might not pick a starter until after the fourth preseason game.
"Both got us in the end zone," Kelly added. "I was pleased. They played pretty well. Both rose to the occasion. I was excited with the way they played."
Vick's TD drive came against New England's starters and he looked sharp, completing 4 of 5 passes for 94 yards. Foles lost a fumble on his second play and then went 5 of 6 for 43 yards. Kelly already said Foles will start next Thursday night against Carolina.
"Always a good feeling when adversity happens in a game and we come back from it," Foles said.
"Just to be out there, for all of us, to go out there and play the game we love, it was a lot of fun," Tebow said. "I think I have room for improvement, that's what these games are for. Next week, let's do a little better."
LeGarrette Blount had a nifty, 51-yard TD run, reversing direction twice on the play. The former 1,000-yard rusher with Tampa Bay had 101 yards rushing on 11 carries in his first game for New England.
Fans eager to see Kelly's up-tempo offense have to wait until the Eagles play meaningful games next month.
Kelly kept it vanilla for the most part. The Eagles showed some of Kelly's fast-paced style, but they're clearly saving everything else for the regular season.
"We didn't do a third of what we normally would do," Vick said.
Brady had handoffs on six straight runs on the game's first series. Brady then worked on his passing before calling it a night.
Foles actually outdid Vick in the scrambling department. Foles ran 10 yards for a first down before Bryce Brown's 8-yard TD run up the middle tied it at 14-14.
"It's all about the same for everyone," Patriots coach Bill Belichick said when asked about Tebow. "It was good, it was far from perfect. We all made mistakes out there, and there are plenty of things to work on for all of us. Not singling anyone out. We haven't played a game in six months, so we saw decent things, but also things we need to work on."
Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper caught one pass for 19 yards, and didn't get much of a reaction. There was a slight smattering of boos for Cooper, who left the team for three days last week after a video of him making a racial slur surfaced on the Internet. Some fans even chanted "Coop" in support, which could've been mistaken for boos.
"I know I had that one catch and people said it was a good reaction, so that's good," Cooper said.
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