For the first time this summer, there was a no-doubt, clear-cut winner on the field in the Eagles' quarterback competition. Michael Vick won the day by a mile.
Vick hit DeSean Jackson for two long touchdowns, one early in practice and the other on the final play of the day. The practice-ending play was a 35-yard strike to the corner of the end zone where a well-covered Jackson went up over Trevard Lindley for the score.
While Vick was having a standout day, Nick Foles looked average and Matt Barkley struggled.
Foles has seemed to hit a speed bump in his attempt to win the competition. Ever since the pad went on Sunday he hasn't looked the same. He's held onto the ball a bit longer and been less decisive.
It sounds as if the QB battle has shifted in Vick's favor since camp started. He would make an interesting QB2 if he wins the job.