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Michael Vick and Nick Foles entered Eagles Training Camp this year to compete for the starting quarterback position. Although it seemed like both quarterbacks struggled to pick up the new system at first, Vick began to pull away from Foles and won the job. This could potentially be Foles’ opportunity to get some revenge.
During the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Giants. Vick pulled up limping after a making a play with his legs and running out of bounds. He would leave the game shortly after and not return for the rest of the contest. In his absence, Foles took over the offense and was able to lead the Eagles to a victory with a little help from the defense.
As the Eagles begin to look ahead to a match-up with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it looks like they will have to do so without Vick. Instead, Foles will get his first start of the year while Vick is given time to rest his leg. This start could serve as more then just a stop gap for Vick’s return. When asked about the ...
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Michael Vick, a man who conveys a portrait of second chances and change, has some unending skeletons in his closet as the Philadelphia Eagles starting QB is expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a left hamstring injury. According to Greg Rosenthal of NFL.com, Vick’s […]The post Some Things Never Change With Michael Vick appeared first on Eagles Pulse.
The Philadelphia Eagles were able to collect their second win of the season, which along with a Dallas Cowboys’ loss put them tied for first place in the lowly NFC East. During the victory over the New York Giants, the Eagles lost starting quarterback Michael Vick to a hamstring injury. While the ailment sidelined Vick for the remainder of the game, he told reporters that the...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is expected to miss next Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to his hamstring injury, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Sunday after his team defeated the New York Giants that Vick is still his starting quarterback when he’s healthy. This is great news for Vick, but if […]
From the first week of the 2013 NFL regular season, many pundits speculated how long it would be before Michael Vick started missing games for the Philadelphia Eagles with the number of hits he receives in Chip Kelly’s offense. Vick left Sunday’s game before halftime and never returned. Vick was replaced by Nick Foles in the offense after suffering a hamstring injury. Beat writer...
Anyone who thought Michael Vick would quietly sit around as Nick Foles took his position must not know much about the man.
Vick did a lot more than expected at practice Tuesday, despite a hamstring injury that is expected to keep him out of the lineup this week against Tampa.
Vick told the Philadelphia Inquirer that he was “very surprised” at how good he felt just two days...
If Nick Foles plays well, he will probably keep the job.
#eagles QB @MikeVick likely to get MRI on Monday but I'm also told Vick likely out at least next wk against Tampa and Maybe 2 weeks.
— Howard Eskin (@howardeskin) October 7, 2013
While it would take an 'unbelievable performance' for Nick Foles to unseat Michael Vick as the Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback, Chip Kelly did rule out eventually making a change. Photo: Philaphans.com
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly was quick to squelch a quarterback competition before it began following Sunday's 36-21 win over the New York Giants...
Everyone assume it would be a massive hit that would take Vick out, but in the end it was just a simple run.
Nick Foles is now in the game for Eagles.
Nick Foles prepares each week like he's one play away from being the starter. It's no different now that he's taking first-team reps in practice.
After stepping in for an injured Michael Vick and helping lead the Philadelphia Eagles (2-3) to a 36-21 win over the New York Giants, Foles is getting ready to make his seventh career start, if needed, at Tampa Bay (0-4) on...
Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Nick Foles will get a few more minutes in the sun on Sunday.Foles,came off the bench to finish off a reeling New York Giants club that is currently 0-5 after starter Michael Vick suffered a hamstring injury.
Foles threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns in relief duty.
His solid performance set the stage for Vick to rest for at least a week...
Though it's unclear if Michael Vick will start, the Philadelphia Eagles might not need him to pull out a victory against the scuffling Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
With his starting job possibly on the line if he doesn't play, Vick hopes to overcome his ailing hamstring and lead the visiting Eagles to consecutive victories for the first time in 20 games Sunday against the winless...
Eagles QB Michael Vick will miss the Eagles’ Week 6 game against Tampa Bay, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.
The 33-year old Vick threw for 105 yards and ran for 77 on the ground before departing Sunday’s contest with the New York Giants with a hamstring injury.
2nd-year man Nick Foles stepped up in a big way, throwing for 197 yards and 2 touchdowns to help seal the Eagles’...
It really won’t be news until we get an official confirmation from Chip Kelly, but it looks like Nick Foles will get his shot to run the Eagles read option offense.
Adam Schefter is reporting that Vick is likely to be out.
Eagles QB Michael Vick is expected to miss Sunday's start vs. Tampa Bay due to his hamstring injury. Nick Foles time.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 7, 2013
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