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Here is something nobody expected to hear: Michael Vick will be starting for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday when they take on the New York Giants.Vick didn't get the job back due to poor play by Foles, rather an injury that the rookie suffered on the second to last play. (That may explain the intentional grounding by Foles on the final play.)No one expected to see Vick in an Eagles jersey again this year, much less ever again, but I guess that's how the league goes. We should've learned that by now.Nick Foles seemed like a savior eight weeks ago, but things haven't looked so certain lately.People are still on the Foles bandwagon, but Vick might be changing some minds after Sunday.Remember what happened last time Vick started a game after being on the bench? It was 2010, and he lit up the Detroit Lions.Well that was a long time ago, but could Vick do it again?It would take a whole lot to earn back the trust of the Eagles' Nation, and it starts with zero turnove...
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