The Philadelphia Eagles could have worse problems after their 14-9 preseason victory Thursday night over the Carolina Panthers.
Two capable, often electrifying quarterbacks continued to play extremely well, stay healthy and look significantly better than they did last season.
Problems? The quarterback-starved Jaguars, Jets and Raiders can only wish they had problems like Eagles coach Chip Kelly faces in deciding between Michael Vick and Nick Foles as his starter.
In Foles's case, the second-year player looks quicker and more agile than he was in 2012 -- running the ball two times for 13 yards and a score Thursday.
Vick, meanwhile, appears considerably more patient and confident in the pocket, even admitting Thursday night that he lost a bit of his swagger toward the end of last season.
Thanks to a supportive Kelly, the fearless confidence Vick had always been known for is back.
"When things don't go well and everybody's pointing the finger at you, sometimes it can hurt your co...