Sunday night’s game is another reminder how insignificant Michael Vick’s role has become on the Eagles. It’s a near certainty he’ll be somewhere else next year, and Vick’s former adviser and NBC analyst Tony Dungy spoke about some possible suitors for the former Falcon.
“If they want him back, he has to stay there. If they don’t, there are some teams looking for quarterbacks – Cleveland, St. Louis and Washington. But I think a dark horse is Buffalo . . . They talked originally. There was some communication there. I think that could be a good spot,” Dungy said.
The problem Vick now faces is that his market value can only be sinking. Will any team be interested in him as a potential starter?
Vick’s speed looks significantly diminished and he won’t get a chance to show off any passing skills in Philadelphia. Ultimately, Vick’s sinking stock could make it a lot tougher for the Eagles to finding a trading partner in the offseason.