At 6-8, the Eagles have a slim chance of making the playoffs as the NFC East champions. The fact that they even have a chance at this point only further showcases their early-season struggles. "You think back on the season, you get frustrated, because there were a lot of games we should have won," quarterback Michael Vick said. "And we didn't win, whether it was because of turnovers or lack of performance on offense in certain areas." Philadelphia has to win their final two games, have the Jets beat the Giants in Week 16 and then the Giants beat the Cowboys in Week 17 in order to make the playoffs. "Regardless of what happens with them," Vick said, "we still have to take care of our business. If we go out and lose the game, it doesn't really matter. It's irrelevant. It doesn't matter what happens with the Giants. It's all about us. We're not going to make the playoffs based on what other teams do. We still have to go out and win."
Vick: Looking Back At Season Is 'Frustrating'