Bell: Why Michael Vick needs to be a ...

Bell: Why Michael Vick needs to be a bit more like Jay Cutler

There are 2 comments on the WUSA-TV Washington story from Nov 2, 2012, titled Bell: Why Michael Vick needs to be a bit more like Jay Cutler. In it, WUSA-TV Washington reports that:

Before rushing to a quick meeting before practice Thursday, Michael Vick tried to explain just how he was set to accept potentially getting benched for a rookie.

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Middletown Springs, VT

#1 Nov 2, 2012
While Cutler may be a pain in the neck he is not evil in his heart. Vick cannot be more like Cutler because HE is the dog killer and would still be killing dogs if he hadn't been caught. It is clearly the fools in Philly who paid this creep millions to destroy their clubhouse and ruin their chances for as long as he plays.At least Cutler has done well for the Bears.
Bell is not only an idiot he has no clue about the play of character factors in making judgments.
Does anyone wonder why Belichek and the Patriots keep going at the top
It is because they do not take on people like Vick and Pacman Jones or Cam Newton. Overpaid criminal types with no moral compass. Do you wonder why the NFL has cracked down on dirty players and trash talkers. It is because they do not want these animals to take over the league and ruin the goose that laid the golden eggs.

Rockford, IL

#2 Nov 2, 2012
Vick can never be like Cutler, or any other successful QB for that matter. Cutler and his peers are something Vick will never, and can never, be - they are team players. They use every asset of their offense available to win. If, after a win, the spotlight happens to shine on them they accept it but still give credit to the other players. If they blow it in a loss they also accept their poor play and readily admit it.
Vick, on the othe hand is totally opposite of these QB's. He always has to be te key offensive player. If they win he is quick to get the spotlight to shine on himself and boast about his own play, when he speaks of the win it is mostly "I did this or that and had a tough time but made it through" It is only afer a loss that he is very quick to mention the other players and shift the focus off of himself. He is a grossly overpaid self-centered player and will never have more than minimal success.

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