Since Michael Vick has been reinstated back into the NFL last season he has had his ups and downs and right now he has finally gotten to the point where you can say he is back and playing at an extremely high level.
Last season Vick looked sluggish and not ready to play and thats exactly why he was so limited in 2009. But now in 2010 he looks like the Vick from three years ago and maybe better.
This is the last year of his contract with the Eagles and more then likely he will not resign as a back up since Andy Reid has so much invested in Kevin Kolb as the Eagles starting quarterback.
Since Vick came in for Kolb in week one, after Kolb suffered a concussion, he has dsiplayed the ability that made him the number one pick of the Atlanta Falcons back in 2001.
Michael Vicks 2010 Stats
37/58 63.8% 459 yds 3 TD’s 0 INT’s 105.5 Rating
The big question is, where will Vick play next season? We know he wants to start and if he keeps looking this good he will start somewhere in 2011. I will breakdown the potential teams Vick could play for next season
Buffalo Bills: It is clear and obvious at this point that the Bills don’t have an answer at quarterback for the future. I doubt though that Vick will want to start for the Bills because of the lack of talent that would be around him.
Cleveland Browns: The Browns drafted Colt McCoy as their potential future starter but he didn’t look to good in the preseason. I don’t see Vick going to Cleveland because of a lack of talent and uncertainty he would start. But then again he should have no problem beating out McCoy. The question would be if he did become the starter, how long would it last until McCoy takes over?
Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals would be one of the best landing places for Vick because of the offensive weapons and solid defense they possess. He would once again make the Cardinals an immediate playoff contender.
Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks don’t have a clear quarterback of the future even with Charlie Whitehurst. Whitehurst still has to much to prove. Though, I don’t know if Vick will want to play for a team that’s currently rebuilding.
Oakland Raiders: Even though the Raiders have extended Jason Campbell’s contract. Its not a certainty that he is the starting quarterback for the next 4-5 years. Also it seems he has already been benched and its only week 2 of the season.
Washington Redskins: It’s not a guarantee that Donovan McNabb stays in DC since he has only one year left on his contract. Vick may be a better quarterback down the line because of McNabb’s injuries and Vick is younger.
Jacksonville Jaguars:David Garrard has had his ups and downs and the Jags may ned a player like Vick to get them back to playoff contention.
San Francisco 49ers: Let’s be honest, even though Alex Smith looked good last night against the Saints he hasn’t been consistant enough to help this team get over the hump and into the playoffs.Follow PFZ on Twitter @ProFootballZone