Reid was asked Monday when he would consider a change at quarterback after the Eagles’ 27-6 loss to the Cardinals in which Vick was sacked five times and fumbled twice, one that was returned 93 yards for an Arizona touchdown on the final play of the first half.
“Right now we’re with Michael (Vick), and that’s what we’re doing. We’ll evaluate as we go,” Reid said.
Sunday’s loss was Philadelphia’s first of the season, but Vick has struggled early this season with six interceptions through three games and just three touchdown passes and one touchdown run. He has been sacked nine times.
The Eagles have 12 turnovers this season, their most through three games since 1977, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
When asked whether he has considered giving backup quarterback Nick Foles more snaps in practice, Reid said, “No, not right now.”