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Iron Shiek
02-24-2009, 04:06 PM
Check out this blurb:


Feb 23, 2009 10:21 PM CST
Vick will have few suitors
The News
Yahoo! expects Michael Vick to draw the most interest from the Raiders, Cowboys, and Bengals once he is released from prison and re-instated in the NFL.
Our View
There's no guarantee that he would be re-instated by the league this season, but many seem to think that he will. There's little to no chance that he will have a starting quarterback gig next season, but he is believed to be the perfect athlete to run the "Wildcat" formation.



Raiders, Cowboys, Bungles huh? What a threesome...and of course that is expected from those teams to want a convict. I think the person who wrote this for Yahoo probably just speculates since these are the "usual suspects."

Honestly though, I think if a team wanted to take on the public outcries head on and just accept that they will be frowned upon, they get a decent prospect. I mean the guy wasn't the best thrower, but you just build an offense that suits his capabilities and expect him not to throw a ton. But I remember seing him doing some amazing things, and was pretty effective for Atlanta even if he wasn't an accurate thrower.

RuthlessBurgher
02-24-2009, 04:24 PM
Put him in Minnesota and let him run the option with Peterson. Who cares if they ever pass?

LasVegasGuy
02-24-2009, 06:10 PM
Check out this blurb:


Feb 23, 2009 10:21 PM CST
Vick will have few suitors
The News
Yahoo! expects Michael Vick to draw the most interest from the Raiders, Cowboys, and Bengals once he is released from prison and re-instated in the NFL.
Our View
There's no guarantee that he would be re-instated by the league this season, but many seem to think that he will. There's little to no chance that he will have a starting quarterback gig next season, but he is believed to be the perfect athlete to run the "Wildcat" formation.



Raiders, Cowboys, Bungles huh? What a threesome...and of course that is expected from those teams to want a convict. I think the person who wrote this for Yahoo probably just speculates since these are the "usual suspects."

Honestly though, I think if a team wanted to take on the public outcries head on and just accept that they will be frowned upon, they get a decent prospect. I mean the guy wasn't the best thrower, but you just build an offense that suits his capabilities and expect him not to throw a ton. But I remember seing him doing some amazing things, and was pretty effective for Atlanta even if he wasn't an accurate thrower.

He lit us up like a Christmas tree.

feelthesteel
02-24-2009, 08:02 PM
Who let the dogs out!!! who who who who :Boobs :Boobs :Boobs

Djfan
02-24-2009, 10:26 PM
If he goes to the Bengals I want to see Deebo put the hurt on him twice a year.

NKySteeler
02-24-2009, 10:30 PM
If he goes to the Bengals I want to see Deebo put the hurt on him twice a year.

Trust me... He won't be with the Bungles... Mike Brown may be inept, but not that much...

BradshawsHairdresser
02-26-2009, 01:05 PM
Seems sort of funny not to see the Ravens on the list of teams interested in this felon...

RuthlessBurgher
02-26-2009, 01:09 PM
Seems sort of funny not to see the Ravens on the list of teams interested in this felon...

They already have God's gift to underrated QB's and unibrows... :lol:

:ratsuck