Michael Vick discussed his two interceptions earlier today and admitted that he second guessed himself on the first interception by Eric Berry
I predetermined what I was going to do and then I second guessed myself. I had the right decision that I was going to make in my mind, it was the correct decision, and I tried to do something outside of the box and it didn’t work out for me.
It is no secret that Vick struggled in the game. He finished with just under 300 total yards and a touchdown but completed less than half of his passes and threw 2 interceptions, one that was returned for a touchdown by Kansas City.
After the electric week one performance by the Eagles against the Washington Redskins, many television analysts were ready to annoint a changing of the guard with the way that offensive coordinators design schemes. So many people were enamored with the speed of the spread that Philly was running that they were ignoring the glaring defincies that were present in that game. Certainly the speed can be tough to handle, but speeding the game up can be detrimental to both sides as well. The Eagles need to execute their offense with fewer mistakes for the increased speed to be as effective as intended.
It will be interesting to see if Chip Kelly is able to tweak the offense and smooth out the issues that they are facing in this extended upcoming week.