Vick's struggles to read defenses at the line of scrimmage haven't helped matters, but there's only so much he can control. Right tackle Todd Herremans moved to injured reserve with a foot injury this week, leaving guard Evan Mathis as the final remaining starter from opening day.
"When Mike has time, he's one of the best in the league," Mathis told NFL.com and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. "... I'm the oldest lineman we have and I'm the only one standing now in the starting group. But I'm still going to keep trying to lead. It's a little weird. It's like a 'Final Destination' kind of thing. Hopefully I don't get hit by a bus or anything."
Jason Kelce is also watching a horror movie. The center -- who was placed on IR with a knee injury in September -- told Rapoport the line's play on Monday night was an "absolute embarrassment."
"Oh, it's awful," Kelce said of the inability to help. "Especially, we we're just talking about when your position unit in general is struggling like that, it's tough. And watching games is a lot more frustrating than actually playing games."
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