Mike Vick is the starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Is Andy Reid really giving up on Kevin Kolb that quickly? Vick has played well in his two appearances, but you don't trade away Donovan McNabb with the idea of making Kolb your long-term solution and then give up on it after one half of football.
You know what you have in Vick: A wonderfully athletic player that can do amazing things with his feet but is limited with his ability to be a quality passer.
Vick has never been a good passer. This is a passing league -- more even than when he was the starter in Atlanta.
Kolb suffered a concussion in the opening loss to the Green Bay Packers. Vick came in and played well and then played well in a start last week at Detroit. But the Lions aren't good on defense. Then again, neither are the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Eagles opponent this week.
Teams will say they hate preparing for Vick because of his improvisational skills. But talking to coaches over the years, that is offset by the fact that he doesn't throw it as well.
I guess the Eagles decided in a half that Kolb isn't their answer.
Somewhere Donovan McNabb has to be chuckling.
The Eagles have really botched their quarterback situation.
Get ready, Philly. The Single Wing is your new offense.