PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Michael Vick pointed to the scoreboard on his way to the locker room after suffering a concussion, reminding hecklers the Eagles were winning.

But, without Vick, Philadelphia couldn't hold on to the lead and lost 35-31 to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday night.  The Eagles (1-1) may again be without Vick for their home opener against the New York Giants.

Vick was injured in the third quarter when he was spun around by a defender and slammed into right tackle Todd Herremans. His neck whipped back and he bit his tongue, which led to him spitting blood on his way off the field.

Vick wasn't woozy and seemed fully alert. He certainly was aware of the score —31-21 in favor of the Eagles — when he pointed it out to fans in the Georgia Dome on his way in for tests. Vick barely failed those baseline tests, so the medical staff kept him on the sideline.

Photo: Michael Vick