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#30 : July 30, 2009, 10:05:31 PM

He'll step on the field as a top 10 NFL talent.  

LMAO!

He was never a top 10 talent when he was at the top of his game, dude is crap, and over-rated to the max...



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#31 : July 30, 2009, 10:07:32 PM

LoL Do think Rah and Dom are going to put they first season in the hands of McClown? Just take a few seconds and think about........lol.....lol.....lol....lol.......Mc......McCl........McClown.......lol

Do think Rah and Dom are going to put they first season in the hands of Vick?


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#32 : July 30, 2009, 10:19:59 PM

Bill Belicheck praised Vick's ability on the field. Might be a hint to who could be after him.

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#33 : July 30, 2009, 10:24:16 PM

Vikings make sense.    I don't put any faith in what Vick is saying though.   Until I hear that teams have offers out there and or a bidding war has started I'll stand by my original prediction that he plays in the UFL this year.


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#34 : July 31, 2009, 09:23:17 AM

Bill Belicheck praised Vick's ability on the field. Might be a hint to who could be after him.

Vick could be money in a 4-5 wide spread offense...


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#35 : July 31, 2009, 10:20:31 AM

Let's see. Brady>>>>Vick, so I would have no idea why they would take Brady offf the field to put Vick in

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#36 : July 31, 2009, 10:24:39 AM

Let's see. Brady>>>>Vick, so I would have no idea why they would take Brady offf the field to put Vick in

They wouldn't.  But Brady is bound to be in questionable health after the knee injury, and with that O-line not being what it used to be, he could go down again.  My guess is Vick would fare even better in that offense than Cassel did.  If Brady stays healthy, they could bring in Vick in select packages and have some success.


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#37 : July 31, 2009, 12:26:32 PM

Let's see. Brady>>>>Vick, so I would have no idea why they would take Brady offf the field to put Vick in

They wouldn't.  But Brady is bound to be in questionable health after the knee injury, and with that O-line not being what it used to be, he could go down again.  My guess is Vick would fare even better in that offense than Cassel did.  If Brady stays healthy, they could bring in Vick in select packages and have some success.

Yeah Brady may not be back to 100% after the injury but Vick hasn't played in two years.    There are people on this board who don't seem to realize the impact of that.   They are convinced he'll start his first game as if it was a week after the last one.   Not the case. 


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#38 : July 31, 2009, 01:40:52 PM

Let's see. Brady>>>>Vick, so I would have no idea why they would take Brady offf the field to put Vick in

They wouldn't. But Brady is bound to be in questionable health after the knee injury, and with that O-line not being what it used to be, he could go down again. My guess is Vick would fare even better in that offense than Cassel did. If Brady stays healthy, they could bring in Vick in select packages and have some success.

Yeah Brady may not be back to 100% after the injury but Vick hasn't played in two years. There are people on this board who don't seem to realize the impact of that. They are convinced he'll start his first game as if it was a week after the last one. Not the case.

There is an impact of his two year stay, I'll agree. There were no pro level WR's in jail with him, of that I'm sure.

However, we're talking about a "genetically" gifted QB, not one with "experiance" or "good decision-making." He's lived on his abilities and guts for his entire career, and did well. Imo, until he's lost his speed and/or gets old, he still will remain very valuable in the NFL. Who knows? Maybe he has improved his accuracy while in jail as well? None of us know.

An as far as bringing him here, I wouldn't want it. Not because of the "PETA" problems that will come along with him (I personally hate those clowns anyway), but more because I believe he's still going to do other "thuggish" things (even if it's not dogfighting). If he's not spending his nights fighting dogs, what else do you think he's going to do with his time? **CENSORED**fighting?


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#39 : July 31, 2009, 01:41:57 PM

LOL at vick being a top ten talent. That is hilarious. He is below average for a QB so top ten is funny and as a runner I will take ten plus more players

Didn't say QB, said talent.

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#40 : July 31, 2009, 01:42:43 PM

Let's see. Brady>>>>Vick, so I would have no idea why they would take Brady offf the field to put Vick in

They wouldn't. But Brady is bound to be in questionable health after the knee injury, and with that O-line not being what it used to be, he could go down again. My guess is Vick would fare even better in that offense than Cassel did. If Brady stays healthy, they could bring in Vick in select packages and have some success.

Yeah Brady may not be back to 100% after the injury but Vick hasn't played in two years. There are people on this board who don't seem to realize the impact of that. They are convinced he'll start his first game as if it was a week after the last one. Not the case.

There is an impact of his two year stay, I'll agree. There were no pro level WR's in jail with him, of that I'm sure.

However, we're talking about a "genetically" gifted QB, not one with "experiance" or "good decision-making." He's lived on his abilities and guts for his entire career, and did well. Imo, until he's lost his speed and/or gets old, he still will remain very valuable in the NFL. Who knows? Maybe he has improved his accuracy while in jail as well? None of us know.

An as far as bringing him here, I wouldn't want it. Not because of the "PETA" problems that will come along with him (I personally hate those clowns anyway), but more because I believe he's still going to do other "thuggish" things (even if it's not dogfighting). If he's not spending his nights fighting dogs, what else do you think he's going to do with his time? **CENSORED**fighting?

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#41 : July 31, 2009, 01:57:30 PM

And he isn't a top ten talent either. What does that even mean anyways?

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#42 : July 31, 2009, 02:01:06 PM

vick should play WR or Running back. He is not a good QB whatsoever. Jim Mora Sr was right Vick is a coach killer and also ruins the careers of receivers like Peerless price. Vick's best year as a QB came in his first year as a starter his production as a QB was average. After that defenses were able to figure out vick because he couldn't put up the same passing numbers like he did as his first year as a starter. People thought it was his RECEIVING core that was holding vick back. Funny thing is the first year Post vick Roddy White was able to breakout for a thousand yards playing with the likes of joey Harrington/byron leftwhich. Following year White has an even better posting career highs in every category playing with a ROOKIE QB. Now White is considered a top 10 WR.

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#43 : July 31, 2009, 02:05:02 PM

vick should play WR or Running back. He is not a good QB whatsoever. Jim Mora Sr was right Vick is a coach killer and also ruins the careers of receivers like Peerless price. Vick's best year as a QB came in his first year as a starter his production as a QB was average. After that defenses were able to figure out vick because he couldn't put up the same passing numbers like he did as his first year as a starter. People thought it was his RECEIVING core that was holding vick back. Funny thing is the first year Post vick Roddy White was able to breakout for a thousand yards playing with the likes of joey Harrington/byron leftwhich. Following year White has an even better posting career highs in every category playing with a ROOKIE QB. Now White is considered a top 10 WR.


Arguably, his best season was in 2006.  And anyone who remembers this guy remembers that he started getting VERY injury prone just running as a QB.  He's far too frail to play RB or WR.


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#44 : July 31, 2009, 02:09:26 PM

Was 06 the year vick set the record for most rushing yards in a season by a QB?
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