Found December 26, 2012 on Eagles Addict:
The party is almost over for the 2012 incarnation of the Philadelphia Eagles and major changes are on the horizon.  Though some folks might be glad to just get this sad season over with and don’t really care what happens this Sunday, there are still angles to root for this week. Which of these sounds most like you? #1. Michael Vick gets one last chance to start. After a spectacular run as an Eagles starter in 2010 that earned him a new mega-contract, Vick has been anything but spectacular the past two seasons.  We can point to all kinds of excuses as to why, but the fact is he’s merely hovered around mediocrity in 2011 and 2012. At times he has risen slightly above mediocre, and other times he has sunk below it. Most people — and even Vick himself — believe this will be his final game as an Eagle.  I know there is still a faction of fans out there that believe in Vick and will back him no matter what. Therefore, if you’re one of those fans, you can root for him this week,  Root for ...
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