This was a bit hard to judge for a few reasons. To start, there was a number of balls that were dropped. He also saw a lot of pressure early in the game, which had an impact on how he threw the ball.
On the day, Vick completed 14 passes on 32 attempts for 187 yards with two touchdowns. His completion percentage was nowhere near where you would have liked to see it, but it was effective enough to put his team in a position to win.
When looking at Vick's play during the game, I really believe he got stronger as the game went on. On the Eagles' first drive, he missed DeSean Jackson on a first down pass and also had Brent Celek open. He missed an easy throw to Owen Schmitt and also tried to force a ball to Jason Avant on the Eagles' second drive, which could have easily resulted in an interception.
Later in the game, he seemed to tighten up more and did a much better job of putting the ball where it needed to be. He had a great deep ball in the second quarter that Jackson should have hauled in and taken to the house. Two plays later—facing a third and long—he delivered a perfect ball to Jeremy Maclin to keep the drive alive.
His best throw probably came in the third quarter. After driving down the field, Vick rolled out to his left, and just when it seemed he had no receivers to throw to, he threw a floater that Jackson got under for a six-yard touchdown.
Vick has always been known for how effortlessly he can throw the ball down the field, so it's nice to see him make a finesse play like that every once in a while.