Vick may not be ready for what awaits him

 

Michael Vick looked grim when he began his prison sentence in November of 2007, and he may look similar when he gets out. (AP photo.)

Michael Vick looked grim when he began his prison sentence in November of 2007. Given circumstances, he may not look much better when he gets out. (AP photo.)

Sometime in the next few days, Michael Vick will step outside of prison walls and straight into hell.

He will have supporters. That’s fine. The man has paid his debt to society, slept on a cot in Leavenworth for several months and took a bigger hit to his status, his reputation and his income than possibly any athlete in history.

He will have detractors. That’s also fine. Because for as much as Vick has every right to resume his football career, you have every right not to like it. It’s why so many NFL executives are sitting alone in the dark today, weighing that risk-reward thing.

But Vick’s ability to return to football will be based on something far more impactful than the strength of his legs or arm. A New York Times story this week included a common but equally bizarre assumption: “Vick may still be better than half the quarterbacks on NFL rosters.”

If this were all about skill, Vick never would have been in jail to begin with.

This isn’t 2001, when he was embraced by a punch-drunk franchise in a lampooned sports city. This isn’t 2004 when he brought the Falcons to within a victory of the Super Bowl and was given a $130 million contract.

In 2009, Michael Vick is not a hero or a marketing centerpiece. He is an ex-felon and a marketing pariah.

He will be vilified by half the fans in the city he plays in and most fans everywhere else. He will have every move scrutinized by a public and media ready to pounce and mock and an NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, who didn’t like being lied to.

He will be in a locker room where most teammates will say the right thing, something like, “He’s served his time. If he can help us win, I support him.”

But those same players will then step outside and see the picket signs, the news crews, the elephants, the 17 clowns trying stuff themselves into a Volkswagen and maybe that same plane that two years ago circled the field at Falcons’ training camp with a banner reading: “New Team Name: Dog Killers.” And they will think, “I don’t need this. We don’t need this. I wish he was someplace else.”

The success of any pro athlete, particularly an NFL quarterback, is not fast legs or a strong arm. It’s all of those things Vick failed miserably at: leadership, work ethic, resolve, toughness, maturity, teamwork, character.

Michael Vick’s failure as a quarterback had very little to do with his passing accuracy. It had almost everything to do with the intangibles. Vick must come by them in the worst of circumstances. He must come by them when our last memory of him was looking feeble in a season-ending game at Philadelphia, accepting no responsibility for going 2-6 down the stretch and losing 14 of his last 24 starts. He once reacted to the pressure by giving the middle finger to fans at a home game. He all but threw his coach, Jim Mora, and teammates under the bus after that loss to the Eagles. Then he began his off-season with a suspicious water bottle at the Miami airport, was eventually let go by police and rather than breathe a thankful sigh of relief, he suggested maybe somebody was trying to frame him.

Leaders don’t do that. Any of that.

If Vick can return, if he can endure the taunts and grow up and flash any semblance of the magic he once showed us on a football field, this comeback story will top all others.

Unfortunately, the backdrop suggests otherwise. And at least in prison, there has been solitude.

451 comments Add your comment

mars

May 17th, 2009
6:05 pm

It shall be interesting to watch. Will he become a professional, at last?

Sharkman

May 17th, 2009
6:16 pm

As Troy Aikman once put it, playing quarterback in the NFL is done above the shoulders. I am afraid Vick has problems with that part of the game.

Ryan Tribble

May 17th, 2009
6:18 pm

I hope that he can turn himself around, but I will never believe another word that man says until he proves he deserves otherwise. Great work Schultz.

DHD

May 17th, 2009
6:28 pm

Another article about Vick by the AJC. All of the AJC reporters have man crushes on him. Who cares?????

HawkDawg

May 17th, 2009
6:32 pm

Can’t we get more than a 7th round pick for him. Dallas would probably part with a 2nd or 3rd round pick. He has to have some value. He is still fairly young and now he is humbled. I’d hate to see him turn his career around and the Falcons have to play him with our season on the line.

Greedy

May 17th, 2009
6:33 pm

You guys can pray for his downfall , but i have faith that the biggest redemption story is on the way. Psalms 121 , MV will play again and when he does all of us who cheered before will pound our chest with joy. Lets get ready to watch the lord guide this boy back to the good life. This story will inspire millions of youth and i know that drives him more than ever.

JD

May 17th, 2009
6:33 pm

Is that Bill Goldberg behind Vick’s right shoulder??

Lou

May 17th, 2009
6:36 pm

DHD..The phrase “Who cares?” always troubles me. It is a very arrogant statement on your part. The implication is you don’t care so no one else should. You have deemed the Michael Vick story non-news worthy, or you are tired of hearing about it. In your arrogance, you assume everyone else should feel the same way because the world obviously revolved around your opinion. The fact of the matter is he is the former number one pick in the NFL draft. At one point, he had hundreds of thousands of fans across this country. He played in this city. He let this city, his fans, his family, friends, and teammates down..and now he is about to get out of jail with a myriad of implications for the NFL and all of those fans…but your arrogance leads you too ask the question “Who cares?” Right or wrong…lots of people do. Just because you are not one of them doesn’t mean a sports columnist in the local newspaper shouldn’t address it. More people care about what may happen with Vick’s football career than care about your arrogance.

wxwax

May 17th, 2009
6:37 pm

I suspect that he still doesn’t get it.

I think that from the moment he realized he was in trouble, he has devoted his entire attention to finding ways to minimize the harm it could do him. I think his every act has been calculated, and not very intelligently, either.

I do not believe he has yet demonstrated any true remorse.

And I think that is why he will be blindsided by the reception he gets from fans. He’s still trying to find ways to beat “the man” when it’s not “the man” who matters. You can’t work an angle with the fans. They want to see something genuine.

I sometimes wonder if this gifted man is capable of being selfless or mature.

We shall see what effect a shunning has on his outlook. It’s a rare person who cares less about how others perceive him. Maybe he’ll change?

JD

May 17th, 2009
6:41 pm

All of the AJC reporters have man crushes on him.

Did you actually read the article, DHD?? That’s definitely not how I talk about my man-crushes.

Good article, Jeff. Me, I’m a very forgiving person. I see that Vick made a mistake in the past (huge mistake), he spent months in jail, and now he’s ready to move on. While I’ve never been involved in anything to the extent of dogfighting, I know I’ve done my share of stupid things and couldn’t wait to get it all behind me.

I hate the “I will never forgive you” viewpoint that most Americans seem to hold. But I guess Vick put himself in this little fiasco to begin with, so he can’t really blame anybody but himself.

Falcon Fan

May 17th, 2009
6:46 pm

I believe Michael Vick will turn his life around and I hope that he is given the opportunity to do so. Roger Goodell needs to calm down with the “I don’t like to be lied to sermon”. This is not the first time he has been lied too. Someone closer to him him than Michael Vick is probably lying to he as I post this. PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals) have had their 15 minutes of fame off of Michael Vick, find you a new villian to ride and let this man move on with his life.

Former Season Ticket Holder

May 17th, 2009
6:48 pm

I’m sure the AJC will have a special edition in order to sell their pamphlet on Wed! LOL Of course all of the “we’re so glad he’s gone” crowd will be right there to buy it…and then they’ll complain in the Fall when the national sports outlets forget the Falcons exist while running on the heels of Mike Vick. Maybe Blank should try and put the wheels in motion to steer Vick to a team the Falcons have to play in the Dome…it would be nice to have at least ONE actual sold out game!

The “Hunt is on”!! And its been on and will be on until the opposing team in the Dome is the one MV is on! LOL Welcome back to 2000 Falcons!

Stephen

May 17th, 2009
6:51 pm

Great Article. Only time will tell as to what will be the final footnote on this whole fiasco.

scottbravesfan

May 17th, 2009
6:52 pm

Greedy,

Michael Vick can win 10 super bowls in a row as the starting quarterback and he will always be a dumb thug who was into dog fighting. You can pound your chest with joy all you want all it will be signifying is how stupid you are. I almost feel sorry for the guy and his brother because clearly he did not have good parents when he was coming up because both of them have grown into laughable excuses for men. He is a disgrace and an embarrassment to the human race and makes black people look bad. Although I don’t know which was worse Vick dog fighting, which was just one person, or all of the black people in Atlanta who came to his defense and acted like he was the second coming of Jesus? It was quite embarrassing as a black person to see this guy held up like some sort of idol.

Birdy

May 17th, 2009
6:52 pm

AJC = Obssessed with Vick and his future playing status.

Sharpening the blades still, I see.

Ryanreallyis#2

May 17th, 2009
6:53 pm

So the media is convinced of all of the so-called protests…like that huge protest they had at Flowery Branch back in 2007 (all of 20 people, that includes kids)…or how about the 50 people in front of the NFL offices in Manhatten…50 people in a city of 10 million….or maybe the 200 (including kids) in Virginia the day Vick pled? But there were 200 there to support him…so where is the evidence to suggest all these protestors? In the same place as the evidence that suggested all those PUMA people would disrupt and protest the Democratic National Convention? Is that where it is? Yeah…..media manipulation is really for the ignorant who believe in whatever talking points are being pimped to them for the day.

scottbravesfan

May 17th, 2009
6:53 pm

And also, I am an idiot.

scottbravesfan

May 17th, 2009
6:56 pm

Former season ticket holder,

Why don’t you go to the Falcons games? The Falcons are a much better team now than they were in Vick years and Matt Ryan is a much better quarterback. It’s funny how Roddy White and the rest of the receivers were awful when Vick was here but one year with Ryan and White is in the pro bowl and setting the franchise record for receiving yards. If you want a black quarterback to root for there are better ones in the league to pull for and if you want a black role model for your kids or yourself there are better ones that Vick right on the Falcons right now. I think some of you guys would blow Vick if given the chance and I can honestly say that I have never worshiped another human being like you people do.

scottbravesfan

May 17th, 2009
6:58 pm

Yeah I’m an idiot for thinking the people who worship this felon are pathetic. Keep living the good life worshiping a thug. I’m sure you blame the white man for keeping you down too.

Matt's My QB

May 17th, 2009
7:04 pm

Lou that was a great take on arrogance. I too would like to see him successful, but I’d rather see him mature and develope as a better human being. Just like the other supporters, I want to see the guy do all the things we’ve imagine. He’s a remarkable athelete, he could truly be unstoppable. Sometimes heros have to deal with adveristy to reach their full potential as MEN.

DHD

May 17th, 2009
7:04 pm

The proof of the man crush is not in the content of the article, it is the fact that a week doesn’t go by but what they write another article about Vick. It is as bad as ESPN reporting A-Rod and Manny every day. Find something else to write about.

scottbravesfan

May 17th, 2009
7:05 pm

I am a white man and I am an idiot. They aren’t usually mutally exclusive.

scottbravesfan

May 17th, 2009
7:07 pm

Here’s hoping the AJC has to lay off another 200 (if that many are left) employees….let the demise be slow. Its down to a newsletter now…I’m sure the hope is that they can capitalize off Vick for a good year, but hopefully he can’t carry them any longer and they slowly go down the tubes.

Whooper Dawg

May 17th, 2009
7:08 pm

I disagree that he has a right to play NFL football. He was right to seek employment and employers have the right to hire him or not. And this is not specific only to Vick, there are many NFL players that should be in the league because of conduct issues. But I have made that point in your columns before.

I don’t think that Vick is a better QB than half the NFL starters, I think he is not better than many of them maybe none. Jeff, you are right, he was none of the intangibles. He can’t read defenses and has absolutely no touch. He does have a very strong arm and can run like the wind. But quality NFL QB, I don’t think so.

Falcon Fan

May 17th, 2009
7:08 pm

Scottbravefan,

Your post infuriated me when I first read it, then I looked at your name, “Scottbravefan”. That right there let me know what an idiot you really are. First stop portraying yourself as being Black because you are not. No one is idolizing Michael Vick, but some people believe in second chances. If do not like Michael Vick and that’s certainly your right, then do so. But you can keep all of the racist overtones, because you, along with me, know nothing about this mans upbringing/family life. You are the typical keyboard racist, whom enjoys spitting these vial words in cyberspace, but if you were standing in Vick’s face you would have lockjaw. By the way, you are probably one of those braves fans that think Bobby Cox is the best thing since sliced bread. The Braves will never be contenders again until they get rid of Cox. The game has long past him by.

Kenneth

May 17th, 2009
7:11 pm

It is so interesting to me that so many people continue treat Michael Vick as if he committed the unpardonable sin or something. The man has paid for his crime and deserved another shot at whatever he is able to get for his God given talents. It is my humble opinion, that there is little difference between fighting dogs and hunting defenseless animals for sport which is legal entertainment in most every state. And don’t give me this crap about some animals being in a special catagory because this is all man made opinions. To me it is nothing but hypocrisy of the highest order but that’s just my view. Michael Vick committed the crime and did the time . Why is this man being treated this way I wonder ? It seems to me that people want him to suffer for the rest of his life while there are thousands of people in high places who have gotten away with all kinds crimes that are worst than dog fighting, but have never been prosecuted because of who they know or how much money they have. To me,let the man alone and so he can get on with whatever he make out of the rest of his life. What if God judged each one of us , the same way we are judging Michael Vick?

Jonny Levin

May 17th, 2009
7:18 pm

Muhammad Ali was a great boxer, he was put in jail for three and a half years and when he came out he became the champion of the world again. Mike Tyson did the same. Hopefully Michael Vick can come out of jail and achieve similar success.

Jeff Schultz

May 17th, 2009
7:19 pm

FIRST A DISCLAIMER: I’ve already had to delete some objectional comments that cross over the line in either racism or something else. I will continue to do so. Please try to keep your comments/debate out of the gutter. Thanx. JS

Sharkman: As Aikman, like Montana, did it more with his brain than physical gifts, it’s understandable that he would say that.

Ryan: Thanks.

DHD: If you can’t realize the magnitude of the Vick story, there’s something wrong.

HawkDawg: I would SHOCKED if the Falcons got a 2 or a 3. I wouldn’t be surprised if they end up having to release him. The number of teams in the market for MV will be minimal, so that hurts trade possibilities.

Lou: Yeah. What you said.

JD: Thanks. Good comments also.

(I’m being summoned to the dinner table — I’ll be right back.)

BigMike

May 17th, 2009
7:20 pm

T’Challa, You, like so many stupid people in this media driven liberal society, chose to want to keep this young man in bondage. Why? Will you or any of the hateful people who continue to want to hold this man down achieve anything from it more than self gratitude? Michael Vick is a comodity to the NFL, and they will try to profit from his return. MLB did it with the HR derby, the NBA with it’s thug of the week tatoo club, and the NFL will look at it from a business perspective. The AJC keeps this going because it sells papers and people are driven by this article. MV welcome back to the league, just like MT did in boxing. Make your money, and let the haters live in there depressive little world. Remember all you pitbull lovers, these are the same dogs that take more lives per year than any other dog.As for you T’Challa get a life, and stop hating on something you could never be. P.S. before you respond, truthfully I played 2 years in the league so don’t think I don’t know the game, or can’t play on that level.

DHD

May 17th, 2009
7:22 pm

I realize the magnitude of each of the 4,356 stories you have run about Vick. Each story is HUGE. I am waiting on a new Vick story to pop up any time now.

Najeh Davenpoop

May 17th, 2009
7:24 pm

Is there an eye-rolling emoticon?

Vick’s supposed “failure” as an NFL quarterback — only he would be characterized as a failure after winning nearly 60% of his games and making three Pro Bowls — were entirely related to coaching. All the moves the Falcons made to make Matt Ryan’s transition from college to the pros easier — spending a first round pick on an offensive tackle, acquiring a short-yardage running back, instituting a scheme that allows him to build rhythm and timing with his receivers — are the moves they failed to make for Vick. The Falcons were a one-man team by design when Vick was the QB here. Hopefully whatever team he goes to doesn’t make the same mistake.

As far as the animal-lover protesters… I think you’ll be surprised how many of them fade off into oblivion after Vick’s first highlight-reel TD.

His biggest obstacle, by far, is whether or not Roger Goodell chooses to reinstate him.

The guy has suffered far more than anyone should in the United States of America for killing animals. Count me among the ones hoping he succeeds in his return to football.

Tommy

May 17th, 2009
7:28 pm

The best thing that ever happen to the Falcons is when MV got caught. They are a better “team” without him. Author Blank, Atlanta, and the world fell in love with the guy who kept us on the edge of our seats playing QB named Mike Vick. Will he do it again? Probably, the guy has a gift to run and throw. Did he make poor / dumb choices ….. VERY. Did Ray Lewis kill those people and get away with it? You answer. Yes people will yell and scream at him until he wins a few games. If he were to go to Raiders or Vikings and the start winning all would be forgiven. In sports it is about winning … that is all. Look at Baseball and A-Rod, Bonds, Manny, Poppi, and the list goes on and on.

We forgive our heros when the win. Vick will be the same way ….

HawkDawg

May 17th, 2009
7:28 pm

I wish him the best of luck…..only if it is in the AFC! He has had a lot of time to think and I would imagine that he will quite motivated when he comes back. Never underestimate human nature.

Matt

May 17th, 2009
7:33 pm

The same people that support Mike Vick blindly are the same people that supported O.J. blindly. If the NFL lets him back it, which I believe they will eventually do, and a team wants to give him a chance, then he deserves to get a chance. It was never a good QB to begin with. He made some great plays, but he is not smart and not a leader, and those are two essentials to be a great QB. That’s why Jeff George was always an underachiever. He had great abilities but was terrible above the shoulders. Same with Vick.

Barney Strickland

May 17th, 2009
7:35 pm

I swore I would never watch/support the Falcons as long as this monster was part of their game plan. Anyway, just wait until this dog killing scum gets his first taste of opposing NFL fans in cities throughout the league. Funny thing though, I decided the last year he played, he just didn’t have the ability to deliver us a championship. Now, I’m just glad he’s not going to be our problem any longer. Tarring and feathering would be too good for him but a nice start regardless. Good riddance to Ron Mexico…….. the bum that he is !!!!

country boy

May 17th, 2009
7:46 pm

Let’s take that 7th round draft choice and get rid of this cancer. Let the Vick saga play out in Dallas or somewhere else. End this sad story. Our Falcons – the white ones, brown ones and black ones are moving in the right direction.

bravesfan54

May 17th, 2009
7:46 pm

I have no “should” in this fight. I am the president of a large county Humane Society (I don’t – let’s be clear- speak for it in this instance).

Here are my thoughts: Michael Vick has every legal right to play professional football once the Commissioner of the NFL lifts its suspension. Michael Vick has every legal right to play football. Each and every owner of an NFL club (with due allowance for existing rights) has the right to seek to employ the services of Michael Vick. EVERY sports fan, and every other citizen has the right to protest the employment of this man in any capacity.

It is not “should he be hired by any team?” – the answer to which is “They have everly a right to!”). It is not how should the public react?- the answer is: they have a right to how they damn well feel!).

Of course, if the question is does he have a right to play professional football, the obvious answer is “yes, when the league suspension ends”.

So, should the league suspension end? I say yes, but only because I have no objective way of determining when he has paid the “full” price. He paid the price the law required, and commissioner has a “vague” criterion that amounts to ‘when I think he is sorry enough’! I don’t like like this at all.

I personally think that Michael Vick’s conduct should disqualify him for life. What I don’t like is the “sackcloth and ashes” approach of the NFL. (Those of you with backgrounds in history will understand that the consequence (ok, perhaps self-imposed) for King Henry’s assasination of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas a’ Becket, was that the king must kneell for four days seeking forgiveness. (History buffs, note, this was the short versions!)

I would not require Michael Vick to spend four days on his knees, in sackcloth. I would only recommend it, and then I would be done with it!

Bobby

May 17th, 2009
7:46 pm

It’s his arrogance that gets me. The day he went for his sentencing he bought a $100,000 car on his debit card. I have no sympathy for Vick. I hope he never plays in the NFL. He has had his chances. All he has done is lie, lie and tell more lies. I doubt he can even spell words such as “honesty”, “morals”, “ethics”.

JAYBO

May 17th, 2009
7:54 pm

I see many people still do’t get it…the man didnt kill a human..he fought dogs and killed dogs….who cares??? My only problem with it is it is illigeal…let it go folks…peta need 2 go sit down somewhere…trying 2 throw some weight around! Leave Vick alone and let him resume his career!! I don’t care what yawl say a dog is a dog and I’m not about 2 equate their lives with human life…even when humans kill other humans they get a second chance! whats wrong with us people…are we that sick in america….we can give people a chance 2 resume their lives when they kill another human, but we don’t want 2 give a human another chance when he kills a dog…listen at that now…a dog!!!! We are more messed up in this country than I thought!!!

haleydawg

May 17th, 2009
7:55 pm

i would rather read about vick than brett farve, i hope he gets billions from minn and they drop out of pro football, they have no clue

haleydawg

May 17th, 2009
7:56 pm

he as in frave

Jeff Schultz

May 17th, 2009
7:56 pm

Falcon Fan: Oh, is that what PETA stands for? Didn’t realize that. I’m in!

Ryanreallyis#2: Were you at any of the protests? Because I was, and all had more than 20.

DHD: Can’t speak for others but it’s been a while since I devoted an entire column to Vick.

Whooper Dawg: “I disagree that he has a right to play NFL football. He was right to seek employment and employers have the right to hire him or not.” I think when most people say the first thing, they mean the second thing.

Najeh: I’m not going to disagree with you that a lot of the Falcons’ decline was partly due to the coaching of Jim Mora (and his staff) and some personnel issues. But that doesn’t preclude the way Vick handled situations or excuse his lack of growth in adverse circumstances.

Jeff Schultz

May 17th, 2009
7:59 pm

Lynn — if you can’t get though a post without bringing race into it, that’s on you, not me.

Others– I’ve deleted about a dozen comments now. (I may have dropped a couple accidentally, so if I obliterated yours, my apologies and you can re-post). Again, I don’t take this lightly. Debate all you want, but if you can’t keep this civil I’ll simply close the comments section. It’s up to you.

Tee Man

May 17th, 2009
8:03 pm

You guys kill me, The 1st guy that never made a mistake in life throw the first stone…Where’s the flag for unnecessary roughness, The man has lost is livelihood, been publicly humiliated and went to prision. He has paid his debt to society. Now Rodger wansts him to kiss the pinky ring and his a##, for a chance to ge back into the league. PETA can wait for another opportunity to kick him while he down and oh yea cash in on the free publicity. Now you tell me who getting the inhumane treatment.

Ryanreallyis#2

May 17th, 2009
8:03 pm

Jeff you’re blatantly lying. Seriously, where you wearing your glasses? What protest at Flowery Branch had more than 20 adults? Yeah I was there – not even a relevant number. There weren’t in any city. I have the photos to prove it.

VICK SUPPORTER 2

May 17th, 2009
8:05 pm

MAY 20: “THE DAY THE SPORTS WORLD STOOD STILL” :)

SOUNDS LIKE A LOT OF NERVOUS HATERS ON THIS BLOG :)

GO FALCONS!

Kenny

May 17th, 2009
8:17 pm

It is precisely because dogs are helpless domesticated animals that Vick’s reputation is in tatters. Even if he had not spent a single day in jail, most people saw the cruelty of what he did and were shocked. It’s easy to take advantage of the helpless. Most violence is pepetrated in this way particularly I would say humans against humans. Our capacity to be cruel and vicious is well documented. We humans are God’s creatures and we are meant to be their caretakers (wild animals and the fishes of the sea fall into this category too now because of human action) and many see Vick’s abuse of animals as heartless and disturbing. We are called to something higher I believe. Now Vick is called more than most. I think he has a chance to redeem himself and he can do it with some public and from the heart amends with regard to domesticated animals. He needs to make some tangible amends and over a long period of time. I hate what he did and I hope he will realize he has a chance to achieve some real good with his soon to be long hard path back to society. Godspeed with hope!

Todd

May 17th, 2009
8:24 pm

Falcon Fans don’t worry, the management will NEVER let Vick QB again; they never wanted him to QB even though he was the best. ZThis time they do ot have to lie the way they did to DJ Shockley (saying all QB’s will start a pre-season game).

AS for PETA, why does this country contimue to be held hostage for such a stupid group. Perhaps Vick should have just been involved with killing a black man, he would have just received a suspended sentence and would be back in football. The only people wo care aout dogs are dog owners. They simply are not human; not that I believe anyone should just abuse them, but this whole thing is just blown way too big. Meanwile Matt Jones who played for Jacksonville traffic cocaine and was allow to play in the league PENDING the disposition of the case, until a technical violation of the pretrial release.

If this arrogant commissioner does reinstate Vick, I hope he cream the Falcons if he play against them. I am a Falcon Fan, but I wish him much success.

jethro bodine

May 17th, 2009
8:24 pm

MV is one of the most physically talented athletes to come along in a long time. Trouble is, the man just ain’t got a brain and that’s something that he can’t rise above.

Derrick

May 17th, 2009
8:25 pm

I am just looking forward to this season, Last season was alot of fun.
I wish Vick alot of luck but we have a new QB now, and good things are to come.