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Vick suffered a concussion at the hands of the Cowboys to add to the Eagles woes.
Michael Vick's injury might not be all bad news to Philadelphia fans. The Eagles have struggled for the past few seasons. They have put together a great team on paper, but still haven't made it happen on the field.
Andy Reid has become known for his post-game press conferences announcing that Vick will remain his starter. Due to a huge hit from the Dallas Cowboys, Reid couldn't make that announcement in Week 10.
Vick was knocked out of the game after taking a few big shots from the Cowboys. According to ESPN, the Eagles' QB will be sidelined after what Andy Reid referred to as a "pretty significant concussion."
The Eagles' faithful might not be as nervous about Vick's health. Vick has turned the ball over 13 times this season, and has helped the Eagles lose their last five games.
Vick has been listed as doubtful for next week's game against the Redskins. Rookie Nick Foles, who made his debut on Sunday, will get the start for Philadelphia.
Foles was 22-32 for 219 yards against the Cowboys, and got positive reviews from the Philly crowd.
The latest news on Vick's injury is good news for Foles.