Michael Vick Injury: Questionable For Eagles In Week 11

Michael Vick's health has been a hotly debated topic of discussion ever since the Philadelphia Eagles QB suffered two cracked ribs in last week's loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Vick hasn't practiced for the Eagles all week but head coach Andy Reid said he feels comfortable Vick could enter the game on Sunday without practicing.

That said, Vick has never started when he didn't practice the week before. So history says he might be on the bench against the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football.

If Vick can't go, Vince Young will most likely be the one that gets the call. He's been taking snaps in practice and he's the one who replaced Vick when he briefly exited the Cardinals game last week.

Geoff Mosher of the News Journal of Wilmington has previously reported that Vick will not play in the game and it's looking more and more like that'll be the case.

SB Nation's Bleeding Green Nation is talking about the impact of playing without Vick.

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