Vick's 317 passing yards marked his fifth-highest output in an Eagles uniform, but the effort was soured by four interceptions in a frustrating showing against Cleveland's opportunistic defense. The low point came on D'Qwell Jackson's 27-yard pick six that gave the Browns a late fourth-quarter lead.
"When you throw interceptions it's one thing. But when you throw an interception for a touchdown and it changes the dynamic of the game, when you look up at the scoreboard and now you're losing, you feel a sense of dissatisfaction," Vick told Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia after the game. "I have a responsibility to this team and that's to lead them, not to hurt them. So I was more disappointed in that more than anything."