Former Eagles QB and current ESPN NFL contributor Ron Jaworski is running what is evidently his annual "QB competition" in which he ranks all 32 starting QBs in the league.
Jaws has chosen Michael Vick as the Eagles starter and ranked him all the way down at #25. Despite the lowly rank, Jaws says he's certain that Vick is the most talented QB on the Eagles roster.
"Vick is coming off of a disappointing 2012 season, but all will be different in Philadelphia with a new head coach in Chip Kelly. And I'm certain of one thing -- Vick is the most talented quarterback on the Eagles roster. Vick remains a dynamic player with top-level arm strength and unmatched movement ability to extend plays with his legs. Few can spin it as well as number 7, especially on the run. Kelly will look at Vick and see a multidimensional quarterback that can pressure a defense in a variety of ways."
But as down on Vick as Jaws was in his rank, he actually appears to be very high on him going forward.
"Here's the positive as the Eagles transition to Kelly's shotgun, spread attack. Vick was outstanding in the two-minute offense last season with a quarterback rating of 98. I am going to be fascinated to see Michael Vick in Chip Kelly's up-tempo-speed offense. My initial sense is it will fit Vick very well, less volume offensively, but also defensively. I would not be surprised if Vick ends the season better than my 25th-rated quarterback."
Without even really knowing what Chip Kelly's offense will be or whether VIck will even win the starting job, I'm not quite sure this is something even worth debating at this point. However, I do stick to my prediction that Vick either wins the starting job or is off the team.