Michael Vick has had a tumultuous year to say the least. After earning the starting job thanks to his play after a random injury to Kevin Kolb in the 2010 season opener, he went on to have a career season and be named the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year for 2010.
In 2011, he came in as the starting quarterback of the supposed "Dream Team," a Philadelphia Eagles squad that was thinking Super Bowl or bust.
Now five weeks into the 2011 season, Vick stands as the quarterback of a terrible 1-4 team, and there are questions to be answered.
Given the very nature of the NFL in addition to the harsh consequences for underachieving in Philadelphia professional sports, it is already time to wonder if the $100 million man's days are numbered.
If history can teach us us anything, the answer would be yes.