Michael Vick and his Philadelphia Eagles have been one of the most exciting teams to watch this NFL season and the reason that many of us just can't miss an Eagles' game is pretty simple: Speed.
This Eagles team has a deadly combination of some of the NFL's fastest players and the competition has found containing this speed extremely difficult.
But the Eagles aren't the only ones living life in the NFL fast lane.
Many other teams in the league have capitalized on their fastest players and have added some even faster pieces in recent years.
So are the Eagles the fastest team in the NFL?
Let's take a look at the speediest squads in the league and decide if Michael Vick and company are worthy of this title.
The Cowboys record this season is an extremely poor reflection of the talent on this team's roster.
With a new breath of life after a change at head coach, we are starting to see these big name pieces fit together in a successful way.
The 'Boys have some serious speed at the wide receiver position with Dez Bryant and Miles Austin and at running back with Felix Jones and Marion Barber.
Even Jon Kitna will get a few scrambles in for the Dallas offense from time to time.
I know what you're thinking.
But times are a changing, my friends, and it's time to start accepting the fact that these are not the Cleveland Browns that we're used to.
And that is a very good thing for Cleveland.
The Browns have made some very smart decisions recently, and they went out and picked up one of the fastest quarterbacks in the 2010 draft with Colt McCoy. As long as McCoy stays healthy, he will be a vital piece of this team for a while.
Defensively, the Browns picked up one of the fastest safeties in the draft as well with T.J. Ward, who has also had a pretty impressive rookie season.
Mix in some Josh Cribbs and some Peyton Hillis (who isn't all that fast, but he doesn't need to be), and you have an explosive football team.
Sure, the Carolina Panthers might just be the worst team in the NFL, but that isn't for lack of speed.
The loss of DeAngelo Williams to injured reserve didn't help matters, but the combination of Jonathan Stewart and Mike Goodson seems to be working just fine.
Rookie wide receiver David Gettis has transitioned well into the NFL and he has the speed to step in up in the coming years to revive this team.
The Redskins have some serious offensive speed with Santana Moss and keep your eye on rookie Brandon Banks. He hasn't had many looks at wide receiver, but the kid can move.
On defense, the Skins have DeAngelo Hall who is second in the league in interceptions.
Unfortunately, the Saints have been without super-fast Reggie Bush for most of the season, but they still have Chris Ivory for some speed at running back.
Most of the Saints' speed can be found in the receiving corps with Marques Colston, Lance Moore and Robert Meachem to name a few.
On defense, New Orleans has one of the fastest safeties in the league with Jabari Greer, the main reason the Saints are ranked No. 3 against the pass.
The New York Jets are just stacked with talent across the board and for those critics who thought that LaDainian Tomlinson was washed up...well, his stats speak for themselves. Add Shonn Greene and you have a serious ground attack.
Further down the field, Mark Sanchez has speedy targets in Braylon Edwards and Santonio Holmes (who has done some considerable damage since he arrived this season).
And holdout or not, Antonio Cromartie has us saying, "Darrelle who?"
We all feel a little sorry for the Bills this season, but their speed has kept them from too many embarrassing losses.
C.J. Spiller was one of the fastest players in the 2010 draft and Fred Jackson is no slouch either.
Steve Johnson and Lee Evans make up a talented Buffalo receiving corps, so offensive speed is definitely not the problem with the Bills this season.
The San Diego Chargers have finally decided to get it together this season and, as of right now, they're ranked No. 1 in both total offense and total defense.
Offensively, Mike Tolbert and Darren Sproles have been fantastic and even injury-ridden Antonio Gates still puts up some great numbers.
Defensively, the Bolts have one of the strongest (and speediest) secondaries in the league.
Who would have thought the Jacksonville Jaguars would be the best team in the AFC South this season?
Both the Indianapolis Colts and the Houston Texans got off to explosive starts, but the Jags have emerged as the frontrunner for the postseason.
When we think about the Jaguars, we don't necessarily think "elite," but with names like Maurice Jones-Drew and Mercedes Lewis, maybe we should.
I don't know about you, but I just can't get enough of the Atlanta Falcons this season.
Roddy White and Michael Turner have been absolutely invaluable to the Atlanta offense, and Jason Snelling brings some serious speed as well.
Now, the Texans may not be having the season many of us had expected earlier in the year, but they have worked wonders with their offense.
Last season, the Texans led the league in passing with one of the fastest receivers in the league, Andre Johnson.
But this season, Houston has come to rely upon a lethal ground attack (led by Arian Foster) to get the job done. As far as running backs go, Arian Foster is the best in the NFL.
When we think about the Pittsburgh Steelers, we think "big." We think "tough." We think "strong defense."
Receiver Mike Wallace and running back Rashard Mendenhall are almost unstoppable on the Steelers' offense.
And even though you may be sick of his Head and Shoulders commercials, Troy Polamalu is ridiculously fast.
The Detroit Lions have been frustrating recently because it's not like they're a bad team...
They just can't seem to use the talent they have in Jahvid Best and Calvin Johnson and pull off the wins.
Even cornerback Alphonso Smith can have a really great game when he wants to.
What gives, Detroit?
The Broncos haven't been having much trouble on offense (at least through the air). Knowshon Moreno is extremely talented and Brandon Lloyd has become a favorite target of Kyle Orton.
Even Tim Tebow packs some serious speed.
Defensively, Champ Bailey may have been in the league for a while, but he is still one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL.
But Denver has now resorted to cheating...
Against the 49ers.
That's rough, guys.
I have made the mistake of underestimating the Chicago Bears at some points this season, but there will be no more of that after that impressive victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Johnny Knox and Devin Hester make a very speedy duo, and that Chicago defense is brutal.
It is really unfortunate that the Vikings have been having so many issues with injuries and team morale this season because they really do have one of the most talented teams in the NFL.
Percy Harvin has done a great job of stepping it up in the absence of Sidney Rice. And Adrian Peterson...well, he's Adrian Peterson.
Has anyone else been paying attention to Jacoby Ford this season?
The kid is ridiculous.
Throw in Darren McFadden and Darrius Heyward-Bey and you still have only half of what makes this team so fast.
The Raiders defense is No. 5 in the league against the pass thanks to Tyvon Branch and Chris Johnson.
The Kansas City Chiefs are another team with some serious speed on both sides of the ball.
Rookie Dexter McCluster was one of the fastest players in the 2010 draft and Dwayne Bowe is on his way to a career season.
On defense, Brandon Flowers and another rookie Eric Berry are so fast it's scary.
The Titans may look like they're falling apart, but they do have Chris Johnson and Randy Moss.
It's hard to argue the fact that Chris Johnson is the best of the best, but we all know Randy Moss can move...
You know...if he feels like it.
The Philadelphia Eagles are by far the fastest team in the league this season.
You want a speedy ground attack? LeSean McCoy is your man.
You want some speed through the air? Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson have that part covered.
You want it all? Just take a look at the Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
Throw in Asante Samuel and Nate Allen on defense...
Like I said: By far the fastest team in the league.