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Postby DeathDlr7VI » Wed Nov 17, 2010 11:56 pm

Can't believe no ones posted anything about this man's Monday night performance. He simply had his way with Washington. I'm not so quick to put him in the MVP mix yet. But if he keeps winning and has a few more games like this, I just don't know how he wouldn't be MVP. At minimal, a showing at the NFC Championship game would be needed in order for this to happen.

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Postby GroundSwatter » Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:04 am

Michael Vick is very polarizing to me. I can't deny that he is a great talent and has really come into his own this year, but as a person and dog owner I still consider him a scumbag. I know he is trying to make the best of his second chance and I can't fault him in any way for that, but at the end of the day, he has to be some kind of deranged to not only participate in dog fighting but to have hosted the fights.

But yeah, he did tear up Washington.
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Postby caj93 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 6:14 pm

vick is just a beast. i know he went to jail and everything but he's a completely different person now. he plays better than ever now and is so much more mature as a quarterback. he's definitely a good candidate for MVP. i think with a few more good games they are headed to the super bowl. i used to not like vick but now he gained my respect. he was in jail for that long with no football but still has such great athletic ability to just pick the game back up and play better than he did when he was young.
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Postby aggiechiro » Thu Nov 18, 2010 10:46 pm

caj93 wrote:he was in jail for that long with no football

did you see him when he got out? i dont think he did anything behind bars but pump iron, he was a monster.

IF he keeps playing like this he has a good shot at MVP. IF he keeps playing like this and the defense holds they will make the superbowl. right now eagles are easily a top 5 team they just have to keep going.
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