If Vick beats out Nick Foles and rookie Matt Barkley for the job, as expected, he's primed for a productive season despite turning 33 years old in June. New head coach Chip Kelly's offense will be based on speed and athleticism -- which Vick still possesses in ample supply. The biggest question around Vick remains his ability to stay healthy. He has 13 starts over the past three season, and Kelly's offense means Vick will be on the move and exposed to the hits that he still tends to take head on rather than avoid. It all adds up to making Vick a massive wild card in this year's fantasy deck of quarterback cards. If he stays healthy and Kelly's offense takes the NFL by storm as many predict, Vick would be an enormous bargain for many owners. But if he goes out and gets injured in the first few games or it turns out NFL defenses are prepared to contain Kelly's scheme, there's a good chance Vick doesn't even start a majority of the Eagles' games.