By Rob Maaddi/AP 2:48am, October 29, 2013All that quarterback uncertainty has stifled the Philadelphia Eagles' offense.
Michael Vick's return from a hamstring injury lasted less than a half, and coach Chip Kelly doesn't expect him to play at Oakland (3-4) next Sunday.
Nick Foles took the ImPACT test on Monday, a first step toward returning from a concussion. But Kelly didn't have the results, so his status is day to day.
That leaves Matt Barkley.
The rookie has been the last QB standing the last two games for Philadelphia (3-5). That's the positive for him. On the other hand, the Eagles have no points with Barkley under center. Then again, it's not just his fault. They managed only one field goal with Foles and Vick playing almost five quarters combined in losses to Dallas and the New York Giants.
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