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Mike Vick might be the angriest man in the NFL right now.
Following each game en route to the Eagles' 1-4 start, Vick has aired some frustration.
Following a Week 1 shellacking of the Rams, Mike Vick's game against the Falcons in prime time ended early as he was tackled into his own lineman and his head lashed back awkwardly.
His backup that game (Vince Young was inactive), Mike Kafka, told reporters, "I know Mike is upset about (not finishing). When you're hit like that, you can't do anything about it. It's out of his control."
The disappointment was there as the Eagles ended up losing and Vick didn't finish the game against the team that drafted him and made him the center of their franchise until Vick was imprisoned.
After losing to the Giants in Week 3, the Eagles' superstar once again vented to the media about the amount of late hits he's receiving and the lack of flags accompanying those late hits.
On the play Vick hurt his non-throwing hand he felt he was hit late, going as far as saying that he doesn't get the calls that other quarterbacks do and that he'd be "lying if [he] wasn't frustrated right now because of that."
Week 4 came and went with another loss for Philadelphia after blowing a 23-3 lead to the 49ers, prompting Vick to say, "The dream team thing is over."
In hindsight, the "dream team" label never should have been brought up by Vince Young in the first place, considering the reigning Super Bowl champions were still around.
Philly's losing streak extended to four games after a valiant comeback that fell short against the Bills in Week 5.
Vick threw for 300-plus yards, rushed for 90 yards and threw for two TDs. But was picked off four times in what was another frustrating day for the Eagles and Vick.
For as positive as Vick has tried being after these games, the frustration is clearly mounting and it's panic time in Philadelphia as no one knows where to point fingers.