Philadelphia Eagles: Why Michael Vick Will Have His Best Year Yet in 2012

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Philadelphia Eagles: Why Michael Vick Will Have His Best Year Yet in 2012
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Michael Vick struggled through arguably his worst season as a pro in 2011, but he will return to being an MVP candidate in 2012. Vick enters the second year of a six-year, $100 million extension and he has all the weapons surrounding him that will help him put up the best year of his career.

Vick is 32 years old, and he has suffered numerous injuries as of late. He struggled to stay on the field last year, and the Philadelphia Eagles finished just 8-8 despite preseason expectations that the team would compete for the conference championship.

ESPN’s Ron Jaworski rates Vick just 12th among active NFL quarterbacks but believes Vick will have his best year in 2012. Here are five reasons why Jaworski is correct.

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