Barring injury, Andy Reid says that this change is a permanent one as far as the 2010 season goes. At this point whether you should believe that is an open question.
Michael Vick’s contract is up after this season. His play has earned him a lot of money, but he has to continue playing at a high-level for the next fourteen games now.
Vick has plenty of incentive and appears to be a different player than he was in Atlanta.
You have to believe that Reid sees a dedicated guy who is willing to put the work in on more than just Sunday. If he didn’t, we don’t believe the team would be in this position right now.