Vick has a level of accuracy that he can build on and has stretches in games when he hits nearly every pass he attempts. But those need to be more the norm and less the exception.
Wow, an ESPN writer/analyst that has actually seen Vick play when its not on Monday Night?! Far too many analysts IMO seem to just focus on Vick's play during the big primetime games, because that's the only time they've managed to watch Vick play. So his poor performance vs. the Jets last year is the main basis for their opinion.
But anyway...I agree with this writer that Vick hitting 60% of his passes anytime soon is probably not an option, and that expectation should not be placed on him. He can come close, but I beileve he's a QB that completion % will always hover between 55-58. He's just not a supremely accurate QB as the writer states. Also Vick is not going to put up huge TD totals because we are a running team. In a good year, we may see Vick run and throw for 30 TDs, but most likely it's going to hover between 20-25 which is less than the other QB averages he posted.
Vick is never going to be a numbers guy from a fantasy standpoint. IMO, the ceiling for Vick's production is probably about 3100 yards, 20 TDs, and a rating of 90. So those numbers aren't going to be lighting fantasy owner's worlds on fire, which I think contributes significantly to the "hating" that Vick gets from fans outside Atlanta (Falcon fans have more substantial reasons for hating Vick)