PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Michael Vick has fumbled in the pocket, fumbled on scrambles and fumbled when he hasn't even been hit.
The bottom line: Vick is turnover-prone.
Vick's inability to hold onto the ball cost the Philadelphia Eagles a win at Pittsburgh on Sunday. He lost two more fumbles in a 16-14 loss to the Steelers, bringing his season total to five in five games.
Vick also had another fumble that was recovered by a teammate and one more that didn't count because it was overturned on replay.
Overall, he's put the ball on the ground eight times this season.

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