All of these games were either last year as a rookie on a team that had quit, had no o-line, was without McCoy and Jackson or this year, coming off the bench with no preparation. Vick is 4-14 in his last 18 games and his pass numbers last year, not as good as Foles.
It was nice to see a QB release the ball before the receiver makes his move to get open. Foles most likely isn't the future, but I'm so ready to move on from Vick. It kinda sucks that so many teams are awful this year because it's going to be hard to grab a top QB in the draft.
Bound to happen sooner or later. Dude just can't stay healthy and play a full season.
Say what you will about needing 2 QBs in today's NFL with how they can go down in a moment's notice, but Vick takes this to a different level. It's not "if" Vick goes down, but "when?" Other teams seem to get a full season out of their QBs, but not Vick's team. Going back to 2011 (when Vick became the full-time starter going into camp) only 8 teams in the NFL didn't get a full season out of someone starting at QB. And half of those teams were Jacksonville, Oakland, Cleveland and the pre-Reid/Smith Chiefs; a.k.a. bad teams.