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Thursday, May 21, 2009


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Jason Hardin

I agree with most of this but I'd have to go with the Vikings. Much like the Bears, they've been a decent QB away from being a very dangerous team the last few years.

They signed Rosenfels, but I'm not convinced he's any better than Gus Frerotte was last year. And Vick is a better runner and passer than Tarvaris Jackson.

Yeah, they might be gunshy after the Party Boat, but a legitimate shot at a Super Bowl (somthing only Vick among those QBs can give them) can cure a lot of shyness.


Agreed. Basically, I've taken Vick away from the Vikings because I think they're going to pursue Favre and that, when push comes to shove, Favre will sign with them.

I agree that they would get over the Party Boat a lot easier if they didn't think that Favre was available. It's a very strange dance.

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Let the guy play. He did his time.

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Let Mike Vick play! He did his time. Now let the man play...

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The NFL will be better with Vick playing.


So I was wrong in thinking this would have been resolved in mid-July. Mid-August?

Rich Mag

Should be real interesting to see how Andy R. handles him. This next pre-season game should be interesting.


However Andy R. handles him, I sure was wrong when I wrote that "no way Vick wants to land there" (in Philly). Apparently, he was ready to land anywhere.

Although prison may be a cakewalk compared to life in Philly if he doesn't play great right away.

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