Anybody can do the math on that.
The story line is almost surreal, since David Akers was on the other sideline. Akers, of course, was let go after missing two field goals in last year's five-point playoff loss. So it was not a surprise to see Akers, who had played 188 games in an Eagles uniform, pumping a fist after converting the most routine play in his profession.
"To hit the last extra point, it's like hitting a 50-yard field goal," Akers said in the 49ers locker room. "It still counts as one, but it puts you up. Instead of a tie, you're up by one."
Instead of playing for the 1-3 Eagles, Akers is on the 3-1 Niners.
"I feel like this is an organization like when I was with the Eagles back in 2000," Akers said. "This is just an up-and-coming - a new coach, a lot of fire there. Young guys . . . Some of the guys have lost for a while. I think it's a mind-set. I saw a lot today. Coming back from 17 points down."
Asked about the irony of Akers' being the opposing kicker on this day, Eagles coach Andy Reid said: "I'm not into irony. It'd probably make a good story for you."
Reid did say of Henery: "Our young kicker, he's got to figure it out, too. Just like everybody else on our football team."
Asked about Henery's two misses, Akers immediately said, "Technically speaking, I did, too." A 44-yarder sailed wide left on the 49ers' first drive. The other attempt was blocked by 6-foot-9 former teammate King Dunlap on the opening drive of the third quarter.
" 'Sorry Ake, on the block,' " Akers said Dunlap told him afterward. Akers tried to say this felt like just another road game. He probably didn't notice the widespread polite applause from the Eagles crowd when he came on for his first kick. (He may have noticed the roar when he missed.) He'll definitely remember seeing close friends such as Jason Avant, Jon Dorenbos, and Jamaal Jackson afterward. Akers said Avant told him he thought he got a piece of another kick. Even on that last extra point, Akers said, "They were bringing it hard."
"There are so many guys I played with for such a long time," Akers said. "It truly is a deep, personal relationship that will never be broken. I wish them the best of success."
Akers said he didn't get a chance to talk to Henery, just wished him luck beforehand.
"I think Alex Henery is going to be a great kicker for this organization for a long time," Akers said of the player the Eagles drafted in the fourth round to replace him. "When you switch teams, I took somebody's job, too. It's not like he's coming in [saying] you're gone. The organization made a decision. . . . He's got a strong leg. He's done a great job kicking field goals. It was a tough day to kick out there, regardless. The wind was all over the place. It shifted back and forth."
Henery said the wind wasn't the problem. He blamed himself, and said he wasn't thinking of the first when he missed the second. He pointed out that the two misses were from different hash marks but ended up in the same place for the same reason. He hit both solidly, Henery said.
Henery had made seven of his first eight attempts this year, including two yesterday, missing only a 63-yarder at the end of the first half in Atlanta. But this is the new math: The first two times in his NFL career that Henery had attempts that would strongly influence the outcome of a game, he missed.
As a crowd overflowed from Henery's locker, the player trying to get his own clothes two lockers away shouted for people to get out of the way.
In a lower voice, Michael Vick said he was just kidding.
"You've got to laugh to keep from crying," Vick said.
He also knows there are times you have to face the music.
"I just didn't get my hip through," Henery said a few feet away. "If you don't do that, it's going to push it, no matter what."
Henery vs. Akers
It was a case of the new Eagles kicker facing off against the old Eagles kicker. On this day, the old kicker, David Akers, got the best of the new kicker, Alex Henery. Here is how Henery and Akers, now with the 49ers, compared in Sunday's game:
FGM FGA XPM XPA Touchback
3 5 2 2 2 of 6
FGM FGA XPM XPA Touchback
1 3 3 3 3 of 5
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