The Eagles look ahead at the quarterback situation. With Michael Vick and Nick Foles in the background and not attending rookie minicamp it only left Matt Barkley with the benefit to shine in front of his coaching staff.  

There’s no reason now to think he will not be the starter come fall. Head coach Chip Kelly drafted Barkley by trading up to get him, something no one thought would occur. Now there’s no reason to think otherwise.

However, statistically in the NFL fourth-quarterbacks hardly ever start, let alone rookies. But this draft may change things where two of the three, fourth-round rookie quarterbacks chosen may get to start in the NFL come the start of the season. One them being Barkley and the other Tyler Wilson of the Oakland Raiders.

In the Eagles circumstance and with the NFL developing more into the college game, specifically with Kelly at the helm this is only an projection of the unknown and suggest that anything is a possiblity in Philadelphia this season.

To this effect there are certain applicable reasons to support Barkley's candidacy, midst them his decision-making, accuracy, and moxie. The competition will be there come OTA’s and camp with two talented veteran quarterbacks. But Foles has never secured a franchise spot nor has Vick as talented as he was he has never been the same since the 2010 season.

In essence who’s to stay without a stamp on either one Barkley will not beat our Vick or Foles.

The former Trojan quarterback may have a few hurdles to climb but he does have a bit of an advantage against his veteran competition. Specifically being that Kelly is they took him in. 

The Eagles look ahead at the quarterback situation. With Michael Vick and Nick Foles in the background at rookie minicamp leaving Matt Barkley to shine in front of his coaching staff.  

There’s no reason now to think he will not be the starter come fall. Chip Kelly drafted Matt Barkley by trading up to get him, something no one thought would occur. Now there’s no reason to think otherwise.

The only statistic that implies not is generally fourth-quarterbacks hardly ever start in the NFL, leaving be rookies. But this draft may change things where two of the three  fourth-round rookie quarterbacks chosen may get to start in the NFL come opening day. One them being Barkley and the other Tyler Wilson of the Oakland Raiders.

In the Eagles circumstance and with the NFL developing more into the college game, specifically with Kelly at the helm it can predict the unknown and suggest that anything is possible to happen in Philadelphia.

To this effect there are certain applicable reasons to support Barkley's candidacy, midst them his decision-making, accuracy, and moxie. The competition will be there come OTA’s and camp with two talented veteran quarterbacks. But Foles has never secured a franchise spot nor has Vick as talented as to his true form since the 2010 season. 

In essence who’s to stay without a stamp on either one Barkley will not beat our Vick or Foles.

The former Trojan quarterback may have a few hurdles to climb but he does have a bit of an advantage against his veteran competition. Specifically being that Kelly is one that took him in.