Michael Vick was fantastic in Chip Kelly's offense in Week 1 and Week 2, but Week 3's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs gave some a reason to at least start thinking about the future at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Going into the Thursday night contest, Vick was completing 62 percent of his passes and averaging nearly 316 yards passing per game. He also hadn't thrown an interception.
However, the tides turned against Andy Reid's new club.
Vick completed 43.3 percent of his throws for 201 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. He did add 95 yards on the ground, but his past coverage-reading and inaccuracy troubles resurfaced.
It's very early, and things could improve, but let's take a look at the quarterbacks who'd be perfect fits in Kelly's offense in 2014 if Vick needs to be replaced.