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Michael Vick is everyone's favorite fun-to-watch stopgap veteran quarterback, but he's ultimately too volatile.
In 2013, many believed he would resurrect his career in Chip Kelly's offense system that ideally suited him.
Through four games, he wasn't bad. Vick completed 55 percent of his passes at nearly 11 yards per attempt with seven total touchdowns and two interceptions.
But, as usual, a hamstring injury sent him to the sidelines, and second-year quarterback Nick Foles proved to be much more competent than the former No. 1 overall pick.
At this stage, Vick certainly won't command a large contract, and frankly, it'd be surprising if his next deal was longer than one year.
However, in somewhat of a depressed quarterback market, Vick could be viewed by a few teams who miss out on their franchise signal-caller in the draft as the ideal stand-in.
The only issue is that the soon-to-be 34-year-old is always hurt. He's appeared in all 16 games just one—yes, one—time in his 11-year NFL career.
So, basically, the organization wanting him to play the stopgap role will probably be forced to turn to the backup in 2014 at some point, which isn't ideal.
At this point, Vick deserves a very minimal contract with little to no guaranteed money.