Even though the Philadelphia Eagles are now are 3-5 after last week’s loss to the Saints, quarterback Michael Vick still believes his team has a chance at turning things around.
“It’s on us to get it all turned around, man. We just have to keep pushing,” Vick told Phillymag.com. “The thing is, we still have a fighting chance, we still control our own destiny, so we all have to be held accountable.”
“We all understand the situation — hopefully everybody understands the situation. I know I do,” Vick said. “It’s not a situation we planned on being in. But you’ve seen a lot of teams with their backs against the wall and they come out doing everything they need to do in order to succeed. We’ve got to take on that mindset; we’ll find out on Sunday.”
If the Eagles are going to have a shot at the playoffs, they’ll likely need to finish with at least a 10-6 record, which means they’ll have to win six of their remaining seven games. Good luck.