Michael Vick is listed as doubtful on the Philadelphia Eagles' injury report for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers. Vick was reportedly a full participant in practice Friday after being limited Wednesday and Thursday with a nagging hamstring injury. He has a remote chance of suiting up in Week 10, however, likely making Nick Foles the team's starting quarterback once more.
Even if Vick was 100 percent healthy, it seems likely that he would have stayed on the sideline this week. Foles had a perfect passer rating against the Oakland Raiders in Week 9, and tied an NFL record with seven touchdown passes. He will be hard to keep off the field, barring a dud performance or another injury setback.
The Eagles' quarterback battle has been a constant story throughout the season, to the chagrin of head coach Chip Kelly. For the most part, Kelly has been able to avoid making a decision. Vick and Foles have more or less traded places on the inactive list throughout the year.
Despite the doubtful designation, Vick appears to be close to returning, meaning both quarterbacks will be able to dress at the same time. Kelly will have to choose the better man, and coming of a historic performance, Foles has all of the momentum at the moment.