In order for the Philadelphia Eagles to be successful in 2012 they will need their dual-threat gunslinger Michael Vick behind center for all 16 games of the regular season.
Unfortunately, that is something that has been a rare occurrence in Vick’s nine-year NFL career. Vick has played in 16 games just once in that time, his final season in Atlanta. In fact, Vick is currently the seventh most injury prone quarterback in the NFL behind only Sam Bradford, Matt
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Schaub, Colt McCoy, Alex Smith, Kevin Kolb and Matthew Stafford.
Vick is an evident boost for the Eagles, boasting a 15-9 record as a starter with the team. All hope for the Eagles’ 2011 campaign was lost when they lost their lethal quarterback. While he was not fantastic, the way Philadelphia finished out the season shows a healthy Vick likely would have meant another playoff appearance for Andy Reid and his team.
If the Eagles wish to return to the postseason in 2012, they will—aga...