OK, maybe that's overstating things...a bit. But Vick has proven to be a turnover machine throughout his career and most certainly through the first two weeks of the 2012 NFL season.
The Cardinals made Russell Wilson look tentative and overwhelmed, but we expected that. As great as Wilson looked in preseason, he is still only a rookie.
But then the Cards made Tom Brady look positively ordinary. Every time the Patriots found themselves in a 3rd-and-long, Brady simply had nowhere to go with the ball. Rob Gronkowski and company had more than their fair share of struggles shaking free downfield.
Of course, some of Brady's problems were a result of the pressure being put on him by the likes of Calais Campbell and Darnell Dockett up front. When that happens to Vick—and make no mistake, it will—he has shown a tendency to put balls up for grabs. Even when scrambling outside the pocket, Vick hasn't looked to be his old playmaking self, making several disastrous decisions so far this year.
Two interceptions against the Cardinals? Sure, maybe in the first half.