According to head coach Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has not yet passed impact test, remains at stage one. What this means, basically, is that he is not back to normal as of Reid's press conference Monday. This suggests that Vick is still experiencing "serious symptoms." Rookie QB Nick Foles started on Sunday for the first time on Sunday against the Washington Redskins and completed 21-of-46 of his passes for 204 yards for no TDs and two INTs. He also fumbled three times, although none of those fumbles resulted in turnovers.
Reid has already indicated that Vick will resume his starting duties once he is cleared to play. The question, of course, is when will that be? The Eagles have now lost six straight games and have the second worst record in the NFC, ahead of only the 2-8 Carolina Panthers. Even upon Vick's return, he likely is not worth a start. The Eagles have only scored 162 points this season, the second-lowest total in the NFL.