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    Michael Vick's future

    If Philly cuts him right after the Super Bowl they dont get cap penalties and with him owed a bunch of money I dont see the Eagels passing up on that opportunity. So it he is let go where do you see him going and do you think he will be a starter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty Fast View Post
    If Philly cuts him right after the Super Bowl they dont get cap penalties and with him owed a bunch of money I dont see the Eagels passing up on that opportunity. So it he is let go where do you see him going and do you think he will be a starter?
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    If he doesn't restructure, which I see as possibility IF Foles shows he isn't the guy, I could see:

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    I honestly dont see him in the NFL

    He really isnt that good unless he is running all over the place. Everyone knows how to game plan for him and I see him being ineffective in the NFL now.

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    He's gonna get another chance. Personally I think it's Arizona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    If he doesn't restructure, which I see as possibility IF Foles shows he isn't the guy, I could see:

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    Anybody remember what that offense looked like in 2009 when VY and CJ were running options together.

    Could be part ll if Vick does find his way to Tennessee
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    Cfl!

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    As the subject of a biopic titled "The rise and fall of Michael Vick"


    6/27/09: “We expect [Rondo] to play by the rules and be a leader as a point guard. We need him to be more of a leader,” Ainge said. “There were just a couple situations where he was late this year, I don’t know if he was sitting in his car, but showed up late and the rest of the team was there. We have team rules and you have to be on time. He was fined for being late, he said he was stuck in traffic, and it’s just unacceptable.”

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    1. Buffalo Bills – Though the team publicly denied being interested in Vick in 2009, a source close to the quarterback insists the Bills were a suitor. Additionally, current Bills starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is a nice player, but hardly a franchise guy. The Bills are built to win as soon as possible. Adding Vick to a team that has a solid offensive line would be an immediate boost. Also, coach Chan Gailey has experience working with mobile quarterbacks from his days in Pittsburgh with Kordell Stewart. Vick is far more talented than Stewart ever was, so Gailey could easily make this work.

    2. Cleveland Browns – The key to this possible match is that former Eagles president Joe Banner is now running the show for the Browns. Banner is a Vick fan. Moreover, Banner is, at best, lukewarm on the prospects of 29-year-old rookie starter Brandon Weeden developing into a star quarterback. In the bigger picture, the Browns have a great offensive line, a budding star running back in Trent Richardson and a pair of interesting young wide receivers (Josh Gordon and Greg Little). That's a strong nucleus in which to bring Vick, although it's also a layup drill for sarcastic media members who will point out that Vick will have joined the Dawg Pound.

    3. New York Jets – The Jets are nothing if not daring and desperate, particularly after watching Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow spend the season flopping around like fish on the deck of a boat. Vick would serve a couple of purposes. First, he would be a serious upgrade in terms of talent. Second, and perhaps more importantly, he would boost ticket sales which have been stagnant for the past two years and are likely to decline after this season's fiasco.

    4. Arizona Cardinals – They are always looking for a veteran fix at quarterback (see Kurt Warner and Kevin Kolb) and could acquire their second former Philadelphia passer in the span of three seasons. Moreover, that move might appease wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who is growing increasingly impatient with the direction the Cardinals are going.

    5. Philadelphia – The final school of thought is that Vick ultimately won't go anywhere. More likely, it will be Reid who gets let go first and then the decision on Vick will be left to Reid's successor. If the successor is Oregon coach Chip Kelly or former Tampa Bay and Oakland coach Jon Gruden, Vick's chances of staying increase exponentially. Vick would fit Kelly's high-tempo offense (assuming Kelly wants to run that attack in the NFL). As for Gruden, the last thing he has ever done as a coach is develop a young quarterback. Vick, who is 32, fits into Gruden's model of an older guy who knows the playbook already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwynyc View Post
    I honestly dont see him in the NFL

    He really isnt that good unless he is running all over the place. Everyone knows how to game plan for him and I see him being ineffective in the NFL now.
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    guys like weeden, fitzpatrick, gabbert, sanchez, locker, cassel, quinn, kolb and skelton have jobs in the nfl, how the hell can you say vick wont have one. hes had a bad year, team sucked as well, coaches sucked. it was bad year for philly but vick is still nfl quality.

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    My gut is that he stays in Philly. I know it seems unlikely, but I think it happens.
    All I do is hit. I even hit your mother once. Yep, hit it good.

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    If anyone deserves a 2nd chance in the nfl it is Vick. Oh wait, nevermind

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    Quote Originally Posted by JiffyMix88 View Post
    Anybody remember what that offense looked like in 2009 when VY and CJ were running options together.

    Could be part ll if Vick does find his way to Tennessee
    That is why the Bills tried VY.

    Vick wanted to start for Buffalo when he came back to the NFL.


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