Michael Vick: 10 Reasons He Is Headed for a Disastrous 2011 Season

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Michael Vick: 10 Reasons He Is Headed for a Disastrous 2011 Season
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To say Michael Vick had a great season in 2010 would be an understatement.

He went from backup quarterback to star in Philadelphia during his redemption tour, putting up huge numbers as he went and leading the Eagles on his back at times to a NFC Title when most around the team thought eight or nine wins would be the limit.

But as good as Vick was, he was also starting to shows signs of wear by the end of the season. And despite everything he accomplished, it's hard not to remember the image of Vick hobbling off the field as he threw the season-ending interception to Green Bay's Tremond Williams to seal the NFC Wild Card win for the Packers.

For what he did during the season, Vick earned a trip to the Pro Bowl and the franchise tag. But here's 10 reasons why he is headed to a disastrous 2011 season.

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