What a difference a year makes. In 2009, the Philadelphia Eagles went out on the limb to sign QB Michael Vick, partly at the request of the team’s star QB Donovan McNabb, who then proceeded to teach & mentor Vick as he tried to settle back into the reality of playing pro football again. By now everyone knows of Vick’s dogfighting dilemma and his subsequent prison stay. To say things have drastically changed would be an understatement. McNabb is now the QB of the Washington Redskins, who visit Philly on Sunday in what he says is “Just another game on the schedule”. The Eagles are soaring under Vick, while the Skins appear headed to their usual NFC East address: The Cellar.