Vick’s troubles

Vick’s recent run-in with the law in Miami is an excellent display of the lack of maturity and leadership he seems to display on the field, that is now being transported off the field.

But truthfully, this would be an excellent opportunity for me to beat my chest about how the team should get rid of Vick, and this is one symptom of the larger problem that involves him with the Falcons. But I’m not going to do that.

My hope is that after this all blows over, he’ll have heard all the whispers (or shouts) that he is on the outs in Atlanta, and it’ll inspire him to play that much harder this upcoming season, and perhaps maybe I’ll be back on the Vick bandwagon.

A few years from now, we’ll probably look back on this “incident” and say either it came at no worser time or no better time. It might the event that set Vick’s career in overdrive, or another occasion of the perpetual disappointment that has been Michael Vick’s NFL career.

About the Author

Aaron Freeman
Founder of

3 Comments on "Vick’s troubles"

  1. I believe it was overhyped and blown clean out of the water. I myself feel as if Vick was mistreated because of his previous rep. Had this been someone with a great rep such as a Peyton Manning than it wouldn’t had even been known.

  2. I disagree. If this would have happened to Peyton Manning it would be have been 100x bigger the spectacle.

  3. It is time for the NFL to step up to the plate and get rid of Vick. If you are even around someone with cocaine then you are arrested as an accessory to the criminal. It was at this man’s house! That makes him guilty! He does not deserve to play for anyone and he deserves jail time! I sure hope that the NFL will think about what this is going to do to the whole team if they do not do something now. I sure hope his judge is an avid dog lover too! Ouch!

Comments are closed.