On the same day the Andy Reid Era expectedly came to an end, Michael Vick went to bat for his now-former coach.
The only caveat: he knocked his peers out of the park.
Speaking candidly to reporters Monday, the Eagles quarterback blasted his teammates for a "lack of effort" that was "very evident" during the club's dismal 4-12 season.
“It's all about focus, dedication and commitment,” Vick said, via CSNPhilly.com. “Until you get guys who are willing to better themselves week in and week out and want to win, you’re not going to win. And I haven't played with guys like that. It's unfortunate for coach thing turned out the way they are. It could have been a lot better. This locker room could have dictated that.”
Vick insisted he gave his all, which is more than he could say about many of his mates.
"I give 110 percent effort," Vick said. "My body is scarred up all year. I'm hurt, I'm bruised, get up after every hit and still try and fight and push. I do that for my coach...