As soon as the Philadelphia Eagles hired Chip Kelly the talk of what quarterback will lead his offense began. Because of Michael Vick's athleticism, it looks like he'd be the top option for the job. However, Vick doesn't make quick decisions with the football.
Kelly's offense needs a quarterback who can quickly locate the open target while also running the hurry-up offense. This isn't an offense that'll fit every quarterback, and it'd be a stretch to think Vick will make a smooth transition.
With Vick's ability to succeed in this offense in question, the Eagles could look to bring in a young quarterback through the draft. West Virginia's Geno Smith features all the skills needed to run Kelly's offense.
The fact he has experience running a similar offense at West Virginia is a major plus.
Smith is the type of quarterback who can quickly get the offense to the line of scrimmage and catch the defense off guard. His strong work ethic will also come in handy, as it'll take hard work to ensure he can operation Kelly's fast-pace offense.