Michael Vick is hands down the most athletic quarterback the NFL has seen. Lucky enough for him, he has to face one of the league' s most dominant defenses, led by 2 of the most athletic defensive players he'll ever see.
The Bears rank 1st in points allowed, 2nd in rushing yards allowed, 1st in passing touchdowns allowed and 2nd overall in takeaways.
The Eagles have speed but the Bears have speed too. Our defense is lead by the league's most dominant defensive end, Julius Peppers. Peppers alone can run a 4.6 40. In his career, Peppers has sacked Vick 5 times in 4 games.
Urlacher isn't the same player the last time he faced Vick in 05, but he still has the ability to chase him down. His game is known for his speed and athleticism as opposed to an intimidating force like Ray Lewis. Urlacher runs a 4.6 40 and has been clocked at a sub-4.5 time.
During the game, watch Peppers track down Vick. While Vick is running for his life, he'll also have run away from Urlacher, who will be spying him.
Vick says the spy is played out. It's not played out when there's a linebacker that can actually spy him while there's a defensive end that can actually track him down.