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Old 02-16-2007, 01:41 PM   #5
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Default Re: Falcons Owner says Vick is a 'very fine person'

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Originally Posted by fansince'76 View Post
"'He is our quarterback,' Blank said in an interview session following his speech. 'We're proud of Michael. He's obviously a great player and he's a very fine person. The incident in Miami was unfortunate, but as we found out it was a water bottle. It might have been a trick water bottle, but it was a water bottle and it was filled with water and that's what it was filled with.'"

Yep, Jim Mora Sr. was right - this guy is a coach killer. Best of luck to Petrino, he's gonna need it.
There was a theory that, bu giving Mike Vick more control of the offense, that the Falcons management are actually giving him more rope to hang himself with.

Its hard to believe that Vick had about as much control of the offense as your average player on Madden - a couple of audibles and thats it.

The Matt Schaub scenario is one of most interesting, in terms of NFL back-ups, his stock keeps rising and rising without him actually having to do much.

Its a wonder Oakland dont make a play for him and then spend their high 1st rounder on another offensive weapon, or even a LT.

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