Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is listed as probable for the team's Week 8 matchup against the New York Giants. Vick is dealing with a hamstring injury and isn't yet 100 percent healthy, but it would be surprising if he didn't suit up and play. That's because NIck Foles is dealing with a concussion and has been ruled out for the game.
Vick may not be fully healthy, but he's looking better every day, and has reportedly looked good at practice this week. He's looking forward to the NFC East matchup with New York, a struggling team that only just won their first win by taking advantage of horrific quarterback play from Josh Freeman and the Minnesota Vikings.
Philadelphia won the first matchup between these two teams this season. That game was the one that Vick injured his hamstring on, after rushing for a good amount of yardage. Foles took over in that game, and threw the ball well in victory.
Fantasy Impact: It seems likely that Vick plays Sunday. He's not 100 percent just yet, but the Giants have been so bad on both sides of the ball that Vick doesn't need to be 100 percent to have a big day throwing or running the football. He'll probably run a bit less in this one, but he remains one of the top quarterback options out there, so start him.