Even with Michael Vick in the lineup, the Philadelphia Eagles are suffering through some major injuries, and it's being reflected in their win-loss record.

The Eagles have one win in four games, as The Dream Team is looking like The Injured Team after Vick's physical ailments and with injuries to Pro Bowl defensive end Trent Cole and left tackle Jason Peters that should keep both players out for next Sunday's game at Buffalo.

Cole is expected to be out for three weeks after an MRI showed he has a grade-two calf strain. Peters suffered a fairly significant hamstring injury, according to head coach Andy Reid. 

Defensive tackle Antonio Dixon's torn tricep injury means his season is probably over.

Meanwhile, defensive ends Juqua Parker and Darryl Tapp are still sidelined.

Though the Eagles went into the season with high expectations, the squad wasn't loaded in all areas. The linebacking corps is short on experience and the offensive line has holes. By tacking on injuries, as well as some miscues, the Eagles have slowly lost some of their luster.

The good news is Michael Vick is healthy. After suffering a concussion and a wrist injury, Vick threw for 416 yards, and rushed for 75 yards on eight carries in the painful loss to San Francisco on Sunday.