There has been plenty of talk that Michael Vick is going to be the starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles this coming season; that his struggles from last season are outweighed by his athleticism, a key component when it comes to running Chip Kelly's read-option offense.
Those that think so are overlooking some things that are really quite obvious. In fact, it would not be shocking to see the Eagles trade him away for a late round draft pick.
Michael Vick looked great when he took over the starter's role a few years ago when Kevin Kolb was injured. All of a sudden he appeared like he could pass; a skill that had by and large alluded him during his tenure in Atlanta (where his best completion percentage was 56.4 percent; to put it into perspective Mark Sanchez's best has been 56.2 percent).
As soon as defenses starting to protect against the pass it was back to the same ole' Vick. He had to make decisions on the go--something that has never been his strong sui...