Everything seemed to be going right for quarterback Michael Vick, and the Philadelphia Eagles wouldn't have had it any other way. He was the leader of one of, if not the most exciting offenses in the NFL. He had a career year, and after it, he signed a six-year, $100 million deal to stay with Andy Reid and the team that gave him a second chance, the Eagles.
But there were signs that the honeymoon wouldn't last forever. It started with the Eagles' 21-16 loss to the eventual Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers. While Vick's 292 passing yards and one touchdown were still good numbers, he threw an interception and was sacked a total of three times for 21 yards. He and the rest of the team struggled to take over the game in the fashion they had during the entire regular season.
Needless to say, the problems have continued into the 2011 season; there is plenty of blame to go around and some solutions as well.
As we all know, the key to the Eagles season is Mike Vick, and they need to do everything they can to ensure he has a much better finish than his start.