Several comments to make here:
1. Everytime it seems I tune to NFL Network's game of the week, its either the Falcons vs. Bucs or Jaguars vs. Colts. It pisses me off. I refuse to watch either game!
2. If you want to see interesting stats on Vick's fumbling, go to this post from November of last year: http://www.falcfans.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=951
3. One of the things that's interesting to me was that prior to the Packer game last year, I was on a Packers board talking trash about how Vick was the better QB than Favre at that moment. I cited a statistic that since 2002, VIck had a record of 12-1 in games decided by 8 points or less when he starts and finishes a game (so the Seahawks game was not counted against him), and in that span Favre had a significantly weaker record (I'm totally guessing, but i think it was something like 3-8). Then the Packers won that game much to my chagrin, and since that game Vick was 0-3 in such situations.
I was looking up the numbers at Yahoo! Sports, under the splits stats (scroll all the way down to the bottom). I have no clue what constitutes a "close" game for them, but Vick's passer rating is significantly higher when the game is "Late & Close" than any other situation
. You can also browse the situational stats in 2004 and 2005, and see that Vick is also at his best passing when the game is tied rather than behind or ahead, while this it the complete opposite case from his performances in 2002 and 2003. We're talking like a difference of 20-30 rating points in certain cases, which is like the difference between Tom Brady and Joey Harrington.
Which all points more to the fact that Vick is a "winning QB." It may not be flashy, or pretty, it may drive defensive coordinators, fans, skeptics, and fantasy owners crazy, but Vick manages to win games on a level about on par with the best in the league.