Michael Vick had arguably the best game of his NFL career last night against the Washington Redskins as the Philadelphia Eagles simply could not be stopped in a 59-28 victory.
Vick has been criticized for his "run first" mentality, but that didn't seem to be the case in Washington D.C.
Last night, Vick completed 20 of his 28 passes for an outstanding 333 yards and four touchdowns, but he did run the ball as well...
For another two touchdowns.
The Eagles were out for revenge against the Redskins, and boy did they get it!
Speaking of the Redskins, another quarterback has been making headlines as Donovan McNabb signed a five year, $78 million contract extension with Washington. $40 million of that is guaranteed.
This is the same Donovan McNabb who found himself riding the bench in the last two minutes of a close game against the Detroit Lions.
So we have to ask:
If McNabb is worth $78 million, how much should Michael Vick make?
Vick's two year contract with the Eagles will end at this season's end, and there are plenty of teams around the league in serious need of a starting quarterback.
But signing Vick will mean shelling out some serious cash.
Here are 10 teams that could greatly benefit from acquiring Michael Vick and what kind of money they'll need to spend to get him.