Michael Vick believes he can still be a successful quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, and with Chip Kelly‘s offensive genius he’ll have a chance to prove just that.
Vick agreed to a restructured one-year deal to stay in Philly on Monday, and he anticipates that the relationship will be a complete success.
Kelly’s read-option offense is somewhat similar to the offense Vick ran in his final season with the Atlanta Falcons in 2006, and the dynamic quarterback believes he’ll be just as productive too.
“In 2006 I ran for 1,000 yards — and it wasn’t hard,” Vick said, during an interview with ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike in the Morning on Tuesday. “I feel like I still can do that.”
Vick ran for just 332 yards in 10 games last season and hasn’t come close to that 1,000-yard mark in his four seasons since returning to the NFL. Vick will also be 33 by the start of next season, which could be a factor in breaking more of those unstoppable runs. Then again, Kelly’s offensive scheme offers so