Michael Vick says Eagles can be a dyn...

Michael Vick says Eagles can be a dynasty

There are 257 comments on the 1450 WILM NEWSRADIO story from Jul 19, 2012, titled Michael Vick says Eagles can be a dynasty. In it, 1450 WILM NEWSRADIO reports that:

Fresh off of a disappointing 8-8 campaign, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick says his team has a chance to become a "dynasty." The disaster that was the 2011 "Dream Team" Eagles isn't scaring Michael Vick from associating an even bigger "D" word to describe his team heading into the 2012 season.

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Leah

Adams, KY

#42 Jul 23, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Until there is more proof of direct involvement by Vick, we need to be careful about making accusations. Yes. you might say he was in a sense morally responsible as this death might have been prevented if it weren't for Vick's "hobby." Whether he is legally responsible is another matter altogether.
I'm not saying he shot someone dead(although I think he would)I'm saying he was involved around the edges if indeed it was his truck.

“Be Kind to Animals”

Since: Nov 07

Nelson, VA

#43 Jul 23, 2012
It doesn't matter who is legally responsible. What matters here is that Michael Vick was very much involved in this type of criminal activity. The big time dog fighting rings have very dangerous characters playing that game. There are many types of crimes associated with the dogfighting world which is why everyone needs to face up to the fact that Michael Vick was no longer an innocent misguided kid fighting a few dogs in his neighborhood, he graduated to the REAL world of interstate dogfighting. Those of you who wish to defend him need to understand....this activity in YOUR neighborhood can produce many different types of crime with murder being just one of them.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#44 Jul 23, 2012
Barbara Hathaway wrote:
It doesn't matter who is legally responsible. What matters here is that Michael Vick was very much involved in this type of criminal activity. The big time dog fighting rings have very dangerous characters playing that game. There are many types of crimes associated with the dogfighting world which is why everyone needs to face up to the fact that Michael Vick was no longer an innocent misguided kid fighting a few dogs in his neighborhood, he graduated to the REAL world of interstate dogfighting. Those of you who wish to defend him need to understand....this activity in YOUR neighborhood can produce many different types of crime with murder being just one of them.
100% right. The lowest of the low are involved in these dog fighting rings and circuits. They'd assume shoot you and leave you for dead than speak to you if there was a disagreement.

I can attempt to defend Vick the innocent child but once you're an adult and "college educated" you should at least know better or ask someone you think knows more than you and get some help.

“Be Kind to Animals”

Since: Nov 07

Nelson, VA

#45 Jul 24, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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100% right. The lowest of the low are involved in these dog fighting rings and circuits. They'd assume shoot you and leave you for dead than speak to you if there was a disagreement.
I can attempt to defend Vick the innocent child but once you're an adult and "college educated" you should at least know better or ask someone you think knows more than you and get some help.
I'm with you on this one. I fully understand how Vick became involved in dogfighting at such a young age. What bothers me the most about this entire thing is that the only way he could have continued, unchecked, was to have a LOT of enablers. He still has those enablers but I think he got quite a wake up call with the backlash from the general public when all the sordid details came out regarding his involvement in the torture and killing of losing dogs. That practice has apparently become standard in the dogfighting world and I certainy hope Vick continues to see that it is not acceptable and will not be tolerated, and eventually, he might even feel some empathy or remorse for what he did. My concern is that he became so desensitized to the pain and suffering of those dogs that it will be impossible for him to ever become "normal" again.
Leah

Adams, KY

#46 Jul 25, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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100% right. The lowest of the low are involved in these dog fighting rings and circuits. They'd assume shoot you and leave you for dead than speak to you if there was a disagreement.
I can attempt to defend Vick the innocent child but once you're an adult and "college educated" you should at least know better or ask someone you think knows more than you and get some help.
Agree.They're all a bunch of miscreants and will do anything for gain or to look macho in front of their thug and thugettes.
genevalovetherea ldeal

Loganville, GA

#47 Jul 30, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Vick has paid his debt to society. Let us not convict him again until and if he screws up again.
you mean like having shots fired @ his bday party last year. hanging with felons while on parole??????
The evil eagles covered his sorry azs!
Hence the n. felony league!
genevalovetherea ldeal

Loganville, GA

#48 Jul 30, 2012
Barbara Hathaway wrote:
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I'm with you on this one. I fully understand how Vick became involved in dogfighting at such a young age. What bothers me the most about this entire thing is that the only way he could have continued, unchecked, was to have a LOT of enablers. He still has those enablers but I think he got quite a wake up call with the backlash from the general public when all the sordid details came out regarding his involvement in the torture and killing of losing dogs. That practice has apparently become standard in the dogfighting world and I certainy hope Vick continues to see that it is not acceptable and will not be tolerated, and eventually, he might even feel some empathy or remorse for what he did. My concern is that he became so desensitized to the pain and suffering of those dogs that it will be impossible for him to ever become "normal" again.
THE LOWEST OF LOW: SCUM of the earth.
That adequately describes the sewage that fights the dogs, and the septic drainoff that supports them!
Jim Evans Esq

Hampton, VA

#49 Jul 30, 2012
genevalovetherealdeal wrote:
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THE LOWEST OF LOW: SCUM of the earth.
That adequately describes the sewage that fights the dogs, and the septic drainoff that supports them!
Geneva, very VERY nice!

"Septic drainoff"..........what an appropriate description of the mindless, racist societal outcasts who support the dog killer. I just wish I had come up with that one. LMGDAO

Trash supports trash, scum supports scum, thus the existance of the derelicts that love them some sick vick.

BTW, have you noticed the moron "dog boy" still hasn't come back? When the idiot last posted he said he was going to the beach for the weekend. With any luck, the sick SOB drowned. LMGDAO
Jim Evans Esq

Hampton, VA

#50 Dec 8, 2012
Did the dog killer say the Eagles would be a "dynasty" or "die in misery"?

I wonder how the felon is feeling right now about that 15.5 million dollars he "was" supposed to get next season.

This misfortune couldn't have happened to a more appropriate and deserving POS.

Since: Jun 12

Santa Ana, CA

#51 Dec 9, 2012
Jim Evans Esq wrote:
Did the dog killer say the Eagles would be a "dynasty" or "die in misery"?
I wonder how the felon is feeling right now about that 15.5 million dollars he "was" supposed to get next season.
This misfortune couldn't have happened to a more appropriate and deserving POS.
I think he said "could" be a dynasty. Keep something in mind when you quote that too... Some of the best minds in sports looked at that team and didn't think differently. You have to remember, it's not just talent that determines if a team has "dynasty" potential. It's also the ability to keep the "star" players they've acquired. That team "was" stacked with talent that could be locked into Philly for years.
Jim Evans Esq

Hampton, VA

#52 Dec 9, 2012
Get-Out wrote:
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I think he said "could" be a dynasty. Keep something in mind when you quote that too... Some of the best minds in sports looked at that team and didn't think differently. You have to remember, it's not just talent that determines if a team has "dynasty" potential. It's also the ability to keep the "star" players they've acquired. That team "was" stacked with talent that could be locked into Philly for years.
It really doesn't matter if he said would or could, he was stupid enough to say it referring to the Eagles and with him at QB. The felon will never be a great QB, he never was and never will be. He was a failed experiment at putting a running back who could throw an average pass at the QB position. Problem was, his intelligence. Plain and simple, vick is too stupid to put his skills to the next level. He has proven it during his mediocre career. And now, that his physical talent is rapidly declining, he can't "make due" any more.

He will be lucky if anyone gives him a mediocre contract next year.

The dog killer will never be remembered for anything more than his elusiveness and Monday morning highlight that involved a 70 or 80 yard scamper in a game that the Eagles more than likely "lost".

Oh, he will be remembered for one other thing. The fact that he is a warped POS that found entertainment in savaging the hell out of innocent animals. As a matter of fact, he will be remembered for that even more than his football career. I can't prove it but I would bet that if you polled the average citizen and asked them what they associate the POS with, they would talk about his fighting, hanging, drowning, beating to death and electrocution of innocent dogs.
Vick Hater

Hickman, CA

#53 Dec 9, 2012
Get-Out wrote:
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I think he said "could" be a dynasty. Keep something in mind when you quote that too... Some of the best minds in sports looked at that team and didn't think differently. You have to remember, it's not just talent that determines if a team has "dynasty" potential. It's also the ability to keep the "star" players they've acquired. That team "was" stacked with talent that could be locked into Philly for years.
Hey Dickhead.same old BS..just because you were born in Stupidville doesn't give you the right to share your stupidity in here...Vick has sucked for most of his NFL career and he is one big POS sociopath...doesn't take a genius to see what the sociopath has done both ON & OFF the field to know that he will take a team down to his level..Nice dynasty dipshit!
me

Pomeroy, OH

#54 Dec 9, 2012
Love ya mike

Since: Jun 12

Santa Ana, CA

#55 Dec 9, 2012
Jim Evans Esq wrote:
<quoted text>
It really doesn't matter if he said would or could, he was stupid enough to say it referring to the Eagles and with him at QB. The felon will never be a great QB, he never was and never will be. He was a failed experiment at putting a running back who could throw an average pass at the QB position. Problem was, his intelligence. Plain and simple, vick is too stupid to put his skills to the next level. He has proven it during his mediocre career. And now, that his physical talent is rapidly declining, he can't "make due" any more.
He will be lucky if anyone gives him a mediocre contract next year.
The dog killer will never be remembered for anything more than his elusiveness and Monday morning highlight that involved a 70 or 80 yard scamper in a game that the Eagles more than likely "lost".
Oh, he will be remembered for one other thing. The fact that he is a warped POS that found entertainment in savaging the hell out of innocent animals. As a matter of fact, he will be remembered for that even more than his football career. I can't prove it but I would bet that if you polled the average citizen and asked them what they associate the POS with, they would talk about his fighting, hanging, drowning, beating to death and electrocution of innocent dogs.
Apparently you read one sentence of my post and nothing else. There's a huge difference between would have and could have and I spelled it out using simple English. They absolutely could have been a dynasty. Many coaches, sports writers and NFL analysts agreed that they had all the tools and the ability to lock players in, which is what it takes to become one, as I explained.
Saying he was "a failed experiment at putting a running back who could throw an average pass at the QB position" is just ignorant. He's been a QB his whole life. How you associate that with his NFL career is beyond me.
Is it a habit of yours to say whatever you like and let yourself and morons like Vick Hater believe it's true ? Delusional and always wrong is no way to go through life Jimmy.

Since: Jun 12

Santa Ana, CA

#56 Dec 9, 2012
Vick Hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Dickhead.same old BS..just because you were born in Stupidville doesn't give you the right to share your stupidity in here...Vick has sucked for most of his NFL career and he is one big POS sociopath...doesn't take a genius to see what the sociopath has done both ON & OFF the field to know that he will take a team down to his level..Nice dynasty dipshit!
Ya know, it's really pathetic how you wait for others to post til you open your big mouth. Too bad their posts just lend themselves to making you look stupid as well. Not that you need much help.
Jim Evans Esq

Hampton, VA

#57 Dec 9, 2012
Get-Out wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently you read one sentence of my post and nothing else. There's a huge difference between would have and could have and I spelled it out using simple English. They absolutely could have been a dynasty. Many coaches, sports writers and NFL analysts agreed that they had all the tools and the ability to lock players in, which is what it takes to become one, as I explained.
Saying he was "a failed experiment at putting a running back who could throw an average pass at the QB position" is just ignorant. He's been a QB his whole life. How you associate that with his NFL career is beyond me.
Is it a habit of yours to say whatever you like and let yourself and morons like Vick Hater believe it's true ? Delusional and always wrong is no way to go through life Jimmy.
Obviously, you let your ignorance form your responses before your brain has time to process. As I said before, the use of either "would" or "could" makes no difference because the felon was associating the term with a team on which he was the starting QB. Wasn't gonna happen, the dog killer simply isn't dynasty making material.
Get-Out wrote:
<quoted text>
Saying he was "a failed experiment at putting a running back who could throw an average pass at the QB position" is just ignorant. He's been a QB his whole life. How you associate that with his NFL career is beyond me.
GD, you sure are dense. He's been an above average athlete with great running skills who had dreams of being a great QB. He doesn't have the passing skills, intelligence, and decision making abilities to be a marquee NFL QB. His reactionary responses and off the cuff instantaneous play making may have made him a BMOC in high school and even at Tech but even a dolt like you has to see how this has diminished his value at the NFL level. Instead of elaborating further, I'll let his average NFL stats and record speak for itself.

First, your stupidity allows you to put this out there:
Get-Out wrote:
<quoted text>
Is it a habit of yours to say whatever you like and let yourself and morons like Vick Hater believe it's true ? Delusional and always wrong is no way to go through life Jimmy.
Then, your ignorance allows you to add this:
Get-Out wrote:
<quoted text>
They absolutely could have been a dynasty. Many coaches, sports writers and NFL analysts agreed that they had all the tools and the ability to lock players in, which is what it takes to become one, as I explained.
Now who is the one who says idiotic things and allows himself to think it's true? LMGDAO

Quite the opposite of what you think, the vast majority of "sports minds" cringed when the felon uttered the "D" word. As a matter of fact, many found it amusing, absurd, and at the very least, extremely premature. Now, you may have read a comment or two agreeing with the dog killer, probably offered up by other members of the Eagles squad or organization but that doesn't constitute "many coaches, sports writers and NFL analysts".

You certainly have a wild hair up your ass when it comes to the dog killing POS and what motivates it I don't even care to know but you sure like to let it make you look like fekkin moron.

Since: Jun 12

Santa Ana, CA

#58 Dec 9, 2012
Jim Evans Esq wrote:
<quoted text>
Obviously, you let your ignorance form your responses before your brain has time to process. As I said before, the use of either "would" or "could" makes no difference because the felon was associating the term with a team on which he was the starting QB. Wasn't gonna happen, the dog killer simply isn't dynasty making material.
<quoted text>
GD, you sure are dense. He's been an above average athlete with great running skills who had dreams of being a great QB. He doesn't have the passing skills, intelligence, and decision making abilities to be a marquee NFL QB. His reactionary responses and off the cuff instantaneous play making may have made him a BMOC in high school and even at Tech but even a dolt like you has to see how this has diminished his value at the NFL level. Instead of elaborating further, I'll let his average NFL stats and record speak for itself.
First, your stupidity allows you to put this out there:
<quoted text>
Then, your ignorance allows you to add this:
<quoted text>
Now who is the one who says idiotic things and allows himself to think it's true? LMGDAO
Quite the opposite of what you think, the vast majority of "sports minds" cringed when the felon uttered the "D" word. As a matter of fact, many found it amusing, absurd, and at the very least, extremely premature. Now, you may have read a comment or two agreeing with the dog killer, probably offered up by other members of the Eagles squad or organization but that doesn't constitute "many coaches, sports writers and NFL analysts".
You certainly have a wild hair up your ass when it comes to the dog killing POS and what motivates it I don't even care to know but you sure like to let it make you look like fekkin moron.
First off, you calling anyone a moron is nothing short of a compliment. All you've done is whine like a little bitch for 4 years for absolutely nothing. There's a MORON for ya.
Now, you spend a lot of time saying nothing and hitting those judging icons, don't you ? Amazing how little you actually have to say and how much time you spend saying it.
He's been a QB all his life. I don't care what his dream was. Your dream doesn't make the decision for the first coach to play you at QB.
"the vast majority of "sports minds" cringed when the felon uttered the "D" word".
No shit ?? More useless typing. For your information, there were sports writers saying it before Vick did, analysts, who can see the numbers in front of them, said it before Vick did and coaches were comparing the eagles to the yankees regarding "buying multiple championships". A team well known as being a dynasty. But of course the media and suckers like you will turn it around and make a huge deal about it if the QB says it. I also don't see anyone making fun of vegas odds makers when they had the eagles as the odds on favorite to represent the nfc in the super bowl at the beginning of '11. You see, unlike you, the people who know what they're talking about thought they had a stacked team too.
Lastly, how many times do I have to tell you, you look like a stooge laughing at your own lame jokes ? I get that no one else does, but it's really pathetic and the things you try to be serious about are already funny enough.
Jim Evans Esq

Hampton, VA

#61 Dec 9, 2012
Get-Out wrote:
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All you've done is whine like a little bitch for 4 years for absolutely nothing.
There's your ignorance taking over again. What I've done for several years, is talk about what a warped POS vick is. I've talked about how deviant and mentally sick someone must be to savage the hell out of innocent animals for fun. And I've also made fools out of the idiots who don't have the capacity or sense to see vick for what he really is. I get under your skin because you are one of those idiots. LMGDAO
Get-Out wrote:
<quoted text>
For your information, there were sports writers saying it before Vick did, analysts, who can see the numbers in front of them, said it before Vick did......
I thought it was "many"??????? Now it's just "sports writers" and "analysts"??????? What happened to the "many"?

Tell ya what, maggot, put up or STFU. It's very easy to provide links to those "many" sports writers, analysts, and coaches who were referring to the Eagles (w/vick) as dynasty material. With so many referring to the dog killer and the Eagles as a dynasty, it shouldn't be too much for you to find a few.
Get-Out wrote:
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He's been a QB all his life.
Correction, a running back who tried to be a QB. His stats undisputably prove it.

NEXT!! LMGDAO

Since: Jun 12

Santa Ana, CA

#63 Dec 9, 2012
Jim Evans Esq wrote:
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There's your ignorance taking over again. What I've done for several years, is talk about what a warped POS vick is. I've talked about how deviant and mentally sick someone must be to savage the hell out of innocent animals for fun. And I've also made fools out of the idiots who don't have the capacity or sense to see vick for what he really is. I get under your skin because you are one of those idiots. LMGDAO
<quoted text>
I thought it was "many"??????? Now it's just "sports writers" and "analysts"??????? What happened to the "many"?
Tell ya what, maggot, put up or STFU. It's very easy to provide links to those "many" sports writers, analysts, and coaches who were referring to the Eagles (w/vick) as dynasty material. With so many referring to the dog killer and the Eagles as a dynasty, it shouldn't be too much for you to find a few.
<quoted text>
Correction, a running back who tried to be a QB. His stats undisputably prove it.
NEXT!! LMGDAO
Tell ya what moron, show me a link that says he was ever a running back that was made a qb as an experiment and I'll give you whatever you want. Hell, I'll even give you a couple now. 2011, regarding the upcoming season, "The Philadelphia Eagles are the reigning "Beast of the East" and will be until further notice". Dave Stoessel, NFL analyst for The Bleacher Report. A source you haters LOVE to use. Even as recently as July 12th 2012, KC Joyner, ESPN Insider gave his "ten reasons why Philadelphia is the team to beat in the division". Now what do you have ? Let me see proof of this experiment you're talking about.

And yes you are just a whiny little bitch who gets his jollies from other idiots agreeing with him. Sadly, your virtual life is no doubt the best thing you've got going. Hell, you still have to laugh at your own "jokes".

Since: Jun 12

Santa Ana, CA

#64 Dec 9, 2012
Jim Evans Esq wrote:
Did the dog killer say the Eagles would be a "dynasty" or "die in misery"?
I wonder how the felon is feeling right now about that 15.5 million dollars he "was" supposed to get next season.
This misfortune couldn't have happened to a more appropriate and deserving POS.
By the way, were you going through Vick withdrawal since he's hurt or were you hoping to bring some of the other haters out of retirement by dragging out this beat old thread from July ? Too GD funny that all you got was VH and Baby Drake dropping the collective IQ of the haters.

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