I'm finally getting around to re-watching the Bills game tonight. NFL.com has seriously jacked up its video functionality, but it's worth going to the play-by-play page and then clicking on "watch highlight" for the first Vick interception. (You may have to click on a different one, then click that one. Like I said, they've broken it.)
It's an RB screen to the left, so why are Celek, Herremans and Watkins all jetting out to the right? At first I thought maybe they'd just had a mix-up on direction, but no, the wide receiver on the right also steps back off the line.
That's right. The Eagles ran fake WR screen right, RB screen left.
So not only were Kelce and Dunlap the only ones hanging around to block for Vick, he also had to fake right, spin around and then get the ball to Shady, who only had one linemen left to block in front of him, since everyone else was busy doing other things.
I don't think we'll see this one again any time soon.