Mike Vick Should Be The Philadelphia Eagles Starting Quarterback

September 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles went into Sunday ready to start a new era.
They were rid of Donovan McNabb after a ten year run, and ready to start fresh with Kevin Kolb.
Many went into the game questioning if Kolb could replace McNabb, although most people felt he'd do fine.
However, what many people did forget going into that game was that listed behind Kolb on the Eagles depth chart was former Pro Bowl quarterback Michael Vick.
In his second season back in the league, many expected the Eagles to use Vick in the wildcat formation sporadically. Everyone knew this was Kevin Kolb's team.
But as the game got deeper and deeper into the first half, many were unsure of what head coach Andy Reid was doing. He was swapping Kolb and Vick in and out of the game.
Vick looked far from impressive as he was used mostly for running purposes, but Kolb didn't look much better himself.
Kevin struggled out of the gate failing to put the Eagles in good spots offensively, and th...

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