Eagles | Andy Reid defends Michael Vick's poor performance
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid defended QB Michael Vick's four-interception performance against the Cleveland Browns in Week 1 by saying the disappointment on offense "wasn't a one-man show." Vick almost threw a fifth pick and almost fumbled as well. "Everybody had a piece of this. It's always going to fall on the quarterback's shoulders. He takes the responsibility and he takes it to heart. But when you put on the tape, everybody has to do their job," Reid said. Vick was 29 of 56 for 317 yards and two touchdowns aside from the four interceptions. He also ran seven times for 32 yards and was sacked twice.
2012-09-11 10:35:49 | Source: ESPN.com
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