Breaking Down Michael Vick’s Form at the NFL’s Midseason Mark

October 24, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Entering the 2012 NFL season, few NFL players were under more pressure to perform than Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
Vick had signed a six-year, $100 million contract after his stellar MVP-caliber season in 2010. However, NBC’s Pro Football Talk reported soon afterwards that Vick’s deal wasn’t quite what it seemed to be.
Either way though, the Eagles made a statement by signing Vick to such a deal. Vick disappointed in 2011, throwing a career-worst 14 interceptions as the Eagles missed the playoffs. He followed that up with six picks in his first two games of the 2012 season, and it’s safe to say Vick is on the hot seat.
At times this year, Vick has looked downright unstoppable. He has the raw talent NFL general managers dream of, but he hasn’t yet put it all together. His struggles have been well-documented, and a close look at Vick’s form has to make the Eagles wonder if Vick is really their quarterback that can ...

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