I think that we will see him on the field a couple of times a game, and I think that he will make a couple of plays, but I also don’t see this move as something that puts the Eagles over the top.I think that Vick will be most effective when both he and Donovan McNabb are on the field, whether it’s in the Wildcat or if he lines up as a receiver and is a potential wide receiver passing threat. I have no idea what Vick’s numbers for the season will be, although I would venture to guess that he puts up 400-500 yards and three or four touchdowns. John (Giants): His presence will do as much damage as it will good. Jack (Redskins): don't see the Eagles as good fit for Vick. They already have a ton of speed and there isn't much room for him. McNabb still has a year or two left (and is light years better) so to me Vick is just an insurance policy in case McNabb gets injured.I can't imagine more than two or three TDs this year for Vick 10. The Eagles' defense has suffered a blow this past offseason, to say the least. Future Hall of Fame safety and team leader Brian Dawkins departed for the Denver Broncos via free agency. And star middle linebacker Stewart Bradley tore his ACL and will miss the season.
How much does this hurt the Eagles' defense Will this team still feature one of the game's top defenses Cody (Eagles): It will hurt I can't deny that. The defense is still one of the best in the game, bordering on elite, but you cannot replace a legend like Jim Johnson, a team leader like Brian Dawkins, and arguably the best defensive player in Stewart Bradley. With that in mind, I still think the Eagles will finish eighth or higher in total defense, but I don't see us winning the division any longer. Robert (Cowboys): I still think that the Eagles have a top 10 defense. Sean McDermott has been with the team since before Jim Johnson, and has been fortunate to spend the majority of his career learning from one of the best of the best. I do not see Jim Johnson’s defensive ideals disappearing simply because a new coach is stepping in.Instead, I expect to see the same blitz happy defense that has terrorized offenses for years, except with perhaps a tad less talent. John (Giants): They are in big trouble. There is too much to overcome there. Jack (Redskins): After a big offseason, the Eagles have been sent reeling with the losses of Johnson and Bradley.
The defense will still employ the aggressive scheme that has made them so successful, but the absence of those three guys will prove costly.The defense will be tough once again, but it won't be able to replicate the defense of years past They will rank somewhere in the top 15 11. Tony Romo will be entering his first season without Terrell Owens as his No 1 receiver. 1 target in Roy Williams, who caught just 19 passes in nine games with the team in '08 And is there any truth to the rumors that Romo could be gone after the season if he doesn't win a playoff game Cody (Eagles): The Cowboys would be just flat out stupid to get rid of Tony Romo. I am not a Romo fan – at all – but he is a talented quarterback who is one of the ten best in the league I think he will be fine without T.O. this season, a player who is on the decline faster than people realize. I don't think Romo will win a playoff game this season, but it's a team game Quarterbacks don't lose playoff games.
Teams do. Robert (Cowboys): Romo is going to be a Cowboy in 2010, regardless of whether he wins a playoff game this year or not. The Cowboys have invested too much in him, and if they were to try and trade him, they would not be able to get fair market value for him. Just look at the Jay Cutler for Kyle Orton trade for proof on that.Williams can be a perfectly good No. 1 option for the Cowboys, so long as the Cowboys commit to running the ball and involving their tight ends more in their offense. The Cowboys receiving corps is not necessarily bad, but it is very thin. If the Cowboys can move from pass happy to more of a control offense, then Williams might turn out to be the perfect man for the job.