Found November 16, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Michael Vick isn’t expected to play tackle football this weekend, as the Eagles turn to Nick Foles while Vick attempts to recover from a concussion. It’s uncertain when — or even if — Vick will return this season. If he doesn’t, there’s a chance that he doesn’t even return to Philadelphia. He’s shown flashes of brilliance at times in Philly, but the overall body of work leaves something to be desired. The same could be said for Andy Reid‘s resume, especially as of late, and he could be out of a job as well. It sure sounds like there’s a chance for both to be out by the beginning of next season. If that’s the case, it will be particularly interesting to see where the veteran quarterback finds himself next. That topic is among this week’s top NFL prop bets, courtesy of Bovada.lv. Click here to see the Top 10 Week 11 NFL prop bets >>
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