Philadelphia Eagles: Assigning Blame for Each of Michael Vick's Turnovers

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Philadelphia Eagles: Assigning Blame for Each of Michael Vick's Turnovers
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The Philadelphia Eagles have played three games.

Michael Vick has turned the ball over nine times.

For those of you who are like me and struggle with basic math, that is an average of three turnovers per game for the Eagles quarterback. To put that in perspective, only one team has as many turnovers as Vick, and that is the Kansas City Chiefs, who have turned the ball over nine times as well.

With a turnover differential of negative-six, it's hard to believe that the Eagles are 2-1. But somehow, they've managed to pull off two wins despite having a quarterback who has given the ball away more times than the Packers, Redskins, Seahawks and Falcons combined.  

One could make the argument that not all of Vick's turnovers can be put squarely on his shoulders. The offensive line has been sub-par at best, forcing Vick into bad decisions. However, there are other times where Vick has forced himself into making bad decisions, which cannot happen if this team hopes to make a serious run at the Super Bowl.

Everybody loves playing the blame game, so here is who we should really blame for all nine of Michael Vick's turnovers. 

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