After what looked like a ruined career, Michael Vick surprised everybody with his humbled attitude and willingness to be a team player.
Vick was finally awarded the opportunity to start after several years, and he made the most of this opportunity.
Vick was decisive, driven, quick, and any other positive adjective you could think of. Coach Andy Reid has made it known that Kevin Kolb will start this week at Jacksonville.
Given his slight breath at starting again, Michael Vick had to have exploded with furiousness, right? Wrong. Vick said that he was OK with Kolb starting, and that Kolb was the leader of this team.
I don't care what Vick did in his past. He has truly become a role model citizen and a great locker room player.
Vick, however, should be the starting quarterback this Sunday, after he showed athletic flashes from early in his career, while intelligently playing to pass first, and run if needed.