Michael Vick is doing his best to create a quarterback controversy with Kevin Kolb and the Philadelphia Eagles.
And that's a good thing.
Vick was brought into Philadelphia last season to be a backup. During the offseason, Donovan Mcnabb was traded to the division rival Washington Redskins and the Eagles said they would be moving forward with QB Kevin Kolb.
The old adage in the NFL is that you don't lose your job to injury. After suffering a concussion in Week 1, Kolb was replaced by Vick, who then started Week 2 when Kolb had to sit out.
Going into Week 3 the Eagles had a choice to make, stay with the hot hand in Vick, or go back to Kolb now that he was better. The Eagles chose Vick and here are five reasons why it was a good choice.