Fortunately for the electrifying quarterback with well documented legal issues, this conflict in hand is merely a matter of time on the field not time on the bars. It’s been a season of highs and lows already for both Eagles quarterbacks. First, Kolb was named starter, only to go down with injury and have Vick, a former Pro Bowler and highest paid player in the league, step in a perform swimmingly in his absence. After the impressive showing, coach Andy Reid stepped in to say Kolb was indeed still his starter and Vick would return to the bench upon Kolb’s clean bill of health. Reid reverse his train of thought only days later, naming Vick the starter, citing shaky line play Vick could work around with his fast-churning, side-stepping rubber legs. Midway through his first official start with both quarterbacks fit for activity, Vick found himself sidelined with a rib-cartilage injury. When Vick recovers, who will take snaps under center? Only Andy Reid knows for sure, if he’s even made up his mind.Vick looked better than his old self in weeks 1 through 3, combining for 6 touchdowns through the air, 1 through the ground and zero interceptions, good for a quarterback rating of 108.8 on the season. On the other hand, Kolb’s most recent two starts in lieu of the injured Vick were perhaps the more than stellar, with his dispatching of the Falcons secondary perhaps the most impressive game by an Eagles QB this season, amassing 326 passing yards and 3 touchdowns to 1 INT. Sacked just one time behind new left tackle starter King Dunlap, Kolb showed why he was set to start the season atop the depth chart when given ample time to throw. So the question remains, if Reid’s original decision hinged on Philly’s inability to protect their quarterback, could improved line play and continued solid numbers from Kolb send Vick back to the sidelines after what looked like a full-fledged comeback to stardom? Only time will tell, not necessarily weeks ticking off the season rather the seconds it takes the pass rush to converge on green and white winged field general.