"Four interceptions, that sticks," said Dierdorf, a former St. Louis Cardinals offensive tackle. "That doesn't go away until you go out there and have a couple good performances. So I would have to think that Michael Vick's confidence level right now isn't really high. And keep in mind that he didn't have a great year last year either after having a phenomenal year back in '10. I can only imagine that the offseason he and [head coach] Andy [Reid] spent, there were a lot of hours on fine-tuning a lot of different parts about Michael Vick's game, working on his blitz recognition and his adjustments and whatnot. And then to have that happen in the first game, the only positive thing you can take from it is, it's a 'W.' The Eagles are 1-0 just like the Ravens are 1-0. But Michael Vick's confidence just can't be very high right now. So how do you change that? You change that by letting [running back] LeSean McCoy and your running game take a lot of pressure off of him."