The Philadelphia Eagles may be re-evaluating their quarterback situation after they lost to the Arizona Cardinals, 27-6, on Sunday, picking up their first loss of the season. When speaking to the media on Monday, Reid's comments about Vick's performance and a possible quarterback change were not exactly a resounding endorsement of the veteran.
"Right now we're with Michael," said Reid. "That's what we're doing. We'll evaluate it as we go."
The Eagles failed to score a touchdown against the Cardinals' defense and only had three drives longer than 35 yards. Vick was 17-of-37 against Arizona, throwing for 213 yards.
In three games this season, Vick has thrown twice as many interceptions (6) as touchdowns (3). Thus far in 2012, Vick is 69-of-125 passing for 905 yards.
If the Eagles do back a change under center, it could be rookie Nick Foles who takes over after he saw considerable action in the preseason when Vick was resting injuries.
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