Michael Vick and Nick Foles soon could be in the middle of another quarterback controversy.
Vick is day to day because of a hamstring injury that forced him out of Philadelphia's 36-21 win at the New York Giants on Sunday, and coach Chip Kelly said Foles could win the starting job based on his performance. Foles threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns against the Giants in slightly over a half.
''There's always open competition,'' Kelly said Monday. ''So if Nick goes out there and throws 100 for 100 and throws 27 touchdown passes, then, yeah (he's the No. 1).''
Vick was injured running out of bounds on a scramble late in the second quarter. An MRI exam on his left hamstring revealed a pull. Kelly denied reports that Vick already has been ruled out for next Sunday's game at Tampa Bay (0-4).
''I don't know if he'll play,'' Kelly said. ''We'll see how he goes through the rehab process. The Mike I know, he'll work extremely hard at the rehab part of it, and we'll see how he goes as t...