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While Michael Vick has not been great so far by any means, he still likely remains the favorite to be named the starter.
On Sunday, Vick was utilized in designed running plays. He also got more reps in first-team packages featuring DeSean Jackson, Riley Cooper and LeSean McCoy.
Vick continued to look like the better candidate on Monday. He completed a deep touchdown pass to Damaris Johnson. He also threw what is being referred to as a "horrible touchdown pass," throwing across his body and off his back foot into the end zone to Riley Cooper.
Horrible play. In a real game that could have very easily been intercepted. But while it was a bad decision, it does show that the 33-year-old veteran still has as much athletic talent as anyone.
Foles, on the other hand, again looked inconsistent with his accuracy. He held onto the ball far too long on one play, and his subsequent pass was nearly picked off by Brandon Boykin. Another pass he threw was tipped and luckily landed in the hands of Damaris Johnson.
Foles also ran for a ten-yard gain on a read-option play that completely fooled the defense, but it's hard to imagine Kelly will use him consistently as a running threat.
Neither quarterback has been great so far, but Foles has not done much yet to move himself ahead of Vick in the competition.