Michael Vick's 2012 season will be remembered for concussion and inconsistent play

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Philadelphia quarterback Michael Vick fumbles the ball into the end zone after being hit by Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Ryan Clark in the first quarter of the Eagles 16-14 loss.

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Jim Evans Esq

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Dec 18, 2012
 
Great article:

Michael Vick went from MVP candidate to scout team quarterback in two years.

The Eagles have been out of playoff contention for a while, so Reid decided to look toward a future that may not include him.

But Reid isn't the only one likely to go. Vick may have played his last game for the Eagles, too. Vick is due to make nearly $16 million in 2013, far too much for a backup. Only $3 million is guaranteed, however, and the Eagles won't have to pay that if Vick is cut by Feb. 3.

Vick struggled this season, committing 14 turnovers in nine games. He has 2,165 yards passing, 11 TDs and nine interceptions for a passer rating of 79.2. Since leading the Eagles to the 2010 NFC East title and starting in the Pro Bowl, Vick has been downright mediocre.

The Eagles rewarded Vick with a $100 million contract in August 2011. However, only $35.5 million of that deal is guaranteed money and nearly all off it will be paid by the end of this year.

No matter, he hasn't earned it.

The Eagles are 10-12 in Vick's starts since the new contract. He has 27 touchdown passes and 21 interceptions in those 22 games.
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Seriously, what did the idiot Eagles really think was going to happen? They put a POS felon at the head of their team. A life long criminal that found savaging and torturing the hell out of innocent animals more important and "fun" than dedicating himself to his career and previous 140 million dollar contract.

I almost can't wait to see "if" and who the next franchise of idiots is going to be.
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Dec 19, 2012
 
Jim Evans Esq wrote:
Great article:
Michael Vick went from MVP candidate to scout team quarterback in two years.
The Eagles have been out of playoff contention for a while, so Reid decided to look toward a future that may not include him.
But Reid isn't the only one likely to go. Vick may have played his last game for the Eagles, too. Vick is due to make nearly $16 million in 2013, far too much for a backup. Only $3 million is guaranteed, however, and the Eagles won't have to pay that if Vick is cut by Feb. 3.
Vick struggled this season, committing 14 turnovers in nine games. He has 2,165 yards passing, 11 TDs and nine interceptions for a passer rating of 79.2. Since leading the Eagles to the 2010 NFC East title and starting in the Pro Bowl, Vick has been downright mediocre.
The Eagles rewarded Vick with a $100 million contract in August 2011. However, only $35.5 million of that deal is guaranteed money and nearly all off it will be paid by the end of this year.
No matter, he hasn't earned it.
The Eagles are 10-12 in Vick's starts since the new contract. He has 27 touchdown passes and 21 interceptions in those 22 games.
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Seriously, what did the idiot Eagles really think was going to happen? They put a POS felon at the head of their team. A life long criminal that found savaging and torturing the hell out of innocent animals more important and "fun" than dedicating himself to his career and previous 140 million dollar contract.
I almost can't wait to see "if" and who the next franchise of idiots is going to be.
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