Count former Eagles quarterback and current ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski as a fan of
In an interview Friday on ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning, Jaworski said that "absolutely" Vick could still be a good starting quarterback.
"You can't take away the interceptions, the fumbles, the turnovers. But if you look at his improvement from last year to this year; you look at the improvement from 2010 to 2011 to 2012, I saw significant improvement in Michael Vick's game," Jaworski said. "I still believe there's quality play left in Michael Vick."
There is a lot of speculation about Vick's future in Philadelphia. This year, Vick has completed 58.5 percent of his passes for 2,165 yards with 11 touchdowns against nine interceptions for a 79.2 passer rating. He has also lost five fumbles this season.
After suffering a concussion in the Week 10 game against Dallas, Vick has been relegated to a third-string quarterback behind
"He still has incredible value to the Philadelphia Eagles," Jaworski added.
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