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Old 01-18-2007, 08:06 PM   #46
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I was at the game.... we beat ourselves. Not Micheal Prick.
Yeah, the two TD's that he threw and field goal drive that he led them on had nothing to do with it.
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Old 01-18-2007, 09:09 PM   #47
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Poor ol Ron Mexico screwing up again. The man must be harrasing the brother lol.
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Old 01-18-2007, 09:48 PM   #48
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What gets me about this situation is the stupidity of this whole thing.

Look, I don't give a rat's ass whether or not Michael Vick smokes MJ - - so long as he doesn't do it at halftime of a game and then tank a second half. That would affect the integrity of the game. There's no evidence he does that kind of thing.

I don't care if he screws more women that Wilt Chamberlain claimed to have bagged. That's his business and the business of the women - - not mine.

Having said that, Michael Vick has a contract with the Atlanta Falcons worth a total of $128M according to reports. We all know he'll never see all of that because in the late years of the deal he'll have to renegotiate because his cap number will become astronomical, but he'll collect a gigantic chunk of change from the team over the years. Add to that the fact that he has endorsement deals and stands to get more of them when he has good years on the field.

And with all that staring him in the face, he's stupid enough to try to take a phony water bottle with some "stuff that smells like marijuana" in the secret compartment onto an airplane? That makes me think his IQ is somewhere near his uniform number.

As Bugs Bunny would say, "What a maroon!"
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Old 01-18-2007, 11:43 PM   #49
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If I'm the Falcons I find a way to trade Vick. Not because of this latest incident, but just because I don't see any way this guy will ever be a Super Bowl QB. Trade him and go with Schaub.
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Old 01-19-2007, 12:08 AM   #50
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He didn't toss it in a trash can. He tossed it to Roddy White...who dropped it and it fell into the trash can.
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Old 01-19-2007, 12:14 AM   #51
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If I'm the Falcons I find a way to trade Vick. Not because of this latest incident, but just because I don't see any way this guy will ever be a Super Bowl QB. Trade him and go with Schaub.
He may never be, but he's a tough one to put in perspective. Until this year, When he's been hurt the falcons lose. He's shown he can win, but only win so much.
I still don't believe he's had a coach & recievers that utilize his talent, he's not a good touch passer on short throws. Maybe we should've traded brunell to the falcons this year! MB fit their offense better. Vick throws the deep ball as well as anyone, but he's never had the guys to burn the secondary.
I don't think he'll ever be an all around "great" qb, but he has the talent to win more than lose.
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Old 01-19-2007, 12:17 AM   #52
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I just find it hard to believe. I mean everyone knows who he is in Blacksburg. So why act like this when it would probably get back to the coaching staff. Not like they could do anything but still. I'm sure at the time he had to set an example because he was BMOC. It could be true but I doubt a person in his position would act like this. Everything I have heard about Vick is the total opposite.
Following your brilliant line of reasoning, why did he bring weed to an airport? I guess that must not be true since that would get back to the coaches too.

I guess giving the Atlanta fans the finger and screaming "F*CK OFF" must have been a media fabrication as well, since that would surely get back to the coaches.

Grow up. Whether something might get back to the coaches or not has no bearing on the integrity of the anecdote in question.
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Does anybody know where i can purchase this bottle of water?
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Does anybody know where i can purchase this bottle of water?
Now I don't care who you are that's just funny right there....
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Does anybody know where i can purchase this bottle of water?
Here you are buddy. Metro Spy Supply: Aquafina Water Bottle Diversion Safe
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Jealousy leads to hatred.
As does constant idiotic behavior...which Mike Vick is an expert on.
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He's such a waste of human life. He has so much talent and the opportunity to be something great, and he's constantly throwing it all away. He's like Randy Moss, Ricky Williams (all potheads coincidentally) who have gone from being potential superstars in the sport to losers that no team really wants.

Vick will be there soon. Atlanta should find a way to void his contract, which shouldn't be hard with the things he has done.

Matt Schaub has always done very well when Vick has been hurt and since Ron Mexico can't help the team win, it's time for a change.

Maybe the Raiders would like Vick. He and Moss would be best friends.
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Old 01-19-2007, 12:45 PM   #58
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Matt Schaub has always done very well when Vick has been hurt and since Ron Mexico can't help the team win, it's time for a change.
Actually Ron Mexico can help them win...he's still got enough stock that the Falcons can set up a trade for draft picks.
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Weed is no more addictive than caffeine.
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Which means it's addictive...
Not to the degree of something like nicotine or heroin. It's fairly benign.
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