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Michael Vick Says He Felt Bad for Defenders Because He Dominated Too Much

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 25, 2016

There was a time when Michael Vick was arguably the most electrifying player in NFL history.

His incredibly strong arm, great speed and dazzling moves made him a nightmare for opposing defenses. He was so talented that he became the most dominant athlete (Madden NFL 2004) in video game history.

While Vick enjoyed his success on the field, he did have moments where he felt bad for defenders—because he was just so unstoppable. The 36-year-old free agent went on The Dan Patrick Show on Monday and admitted as much.

That was the highlight of this entertaining interview, but Vick also discussed his rushing record, the best quarterbacks he ever faced, whether he could beat former teammate Ben Roethlisberger in a race while running backward and much, much more.

[Dan Patrick]

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