Taking a Bite Out of Crime: Michael Vick Will Be Back By Week Three
Whatever your opinion of Michael Vick and his personal issues, it is clear that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't care what people think,he is ready to move on.
About an hour ago, Goodell ruled that Vick will be eligible to play football by Week Three of the regular season. That means that Vick won't have to serve the six week suspension that many thought he would face when he was released from prison in July.
The Eagles, now, have the ability to bring Vick into the fold offensively when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Lincoln Financial Field on September 27.
Vick will definitely add a dimension to the Philly offense. Vick's deceptive ability to both run and throw the football will make him extremely dangerous in the wildcat offense; that is, if NFL defenses haven't figured out how to scheme against the wildcat at that point in time.
That being said, protesters will follow Vick and the Eagles all season; the hard message is he has to pay for his horrific actions two years ago. Vick must to consider himself lucky. If this experiment should fail in Philadelphia, it will likely be the last time Vick plays in an NFL uniform since most teams wouldn't want a run down version of Vick with his tarnished public image.
This is his last shot. This is his chance. Now Vick has to take full advantage of it and prove to the country that he can be a decent citizen, as well as a excellent football player once again.
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