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RoanokeFan
12-20-2010, 04:33 PM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day. I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take. This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.
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Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can. Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
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GameTime
12-20-2010, 04:36 PM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles) noticed.</P>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants). For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good football game.</P>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</P>


I've been chewing on this one all day. I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take. This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.
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Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".</P>


Michael, get your own house in order if you can. Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
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thought the Eagle did a fair amount of talking themsleves last week. Hey...after such a humiliating game. I would have gotten the heck outa there too. No time for congrats when you just got embarassed and schooled like never before. </P>

GMENAGAIN
12-20-2010, 04:36 PM
I totally agree . . . . this guy is too much.

And Desean Jackson's antics constitute good sportsmanship I suppose????

KennyPhilips1
12-20-2010, 04:37 PM
Desean Jackson showboats every single time he scores a TD.. I hope the giants gave them a big middle finger when going off the field.. The Eagles always talk crap, when do the giants ever talk against the eagles?

YATittle1962
12-20-2010, 04:38 PM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day.* I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take.* This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.*
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".**</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can.* Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
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....the time has come for everyone to clean up their own backyards before they go knocking on their neighbors doors.....

Big Blue 418
12-20-2010, 04:39 PM
Really the Dog killer who use to give fans the fingers want to accuse other teams of lack of class ? Especially after the Deshawn Jackson dance at the end . I would have given D Jackson a helmet to helmet shot.


At this point I would rather see the Dallas Cowboys win a sb than this low class organization that Vick plays for .

njg85m
12-20-2010, 04:40 PM
Really the Dog killer who use to give fans the fingers want to accuse other teams of lack of class ? Especially after the Deshawn Jackson dance at the end . I would have given D Jackson a helmet to helmet shot. At this point I would rather see the Dallas Cowboys win a sb than this low class organization that Vick plays for .</P>


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Vick is such a ****ing clown it's not even funny</P>

galaxy10
12-20-2010, 04:44 PM
C'Mon Man- Vick calling the Giants poor sports-This from an individual who does not get it-he shows a viciousness to animals that warranted at least a ten year sentence. A new york man convicted of shooting two dogs got five years. Vick gets 18 months. You or I would have gotten ten years. Now Vick wants to ignore his probation of not legally owning a dog because his daughters want a dog. Are you kidding me, the guy just does not get it. I seriously question his character and his alleged "rehab". Vick has no standing to question the professionalism of the Giants. Perhaps Vick should focus on the classlessness of Jackson, his behavior is really unprofessional. Double standard here?

Giants Glory
12-20-2010, 04:49 PM
LMAO! I guess his teammate D. Jackson is a class act.

ShockeyFanInDC
12-20-2010, 04:57 PM
Is it any surprise that Vick plays for the Eagles? It's a match made in heaven. Trailer Park organization and fans combined with a criminal who belongs in jail.

Vick belongs out there pumping my gas on the Turnpike, not making Millions after what he did.

thomsoad
12-20-2010, 04:57 PM
Giants were pissed that they lost the game. So I dont fault them.

But at the same time it is poor sportsmanship. Ive lost and won in bad situations. And I can say first hand its hard to stay on the field after something like that.

Giants were just in shock.

RoanokeFan
12-20-2010, 04:59 PM
Giants were pissed that they lost the game. So I dont fault them.

But at the same time it is poor sportsmanship. Ive lost and won in bad situations. And I can say first hand its hard to stay on the field after something like that.

Giants were just in shock.

The point is WHO is making an issue of it, not that it's an issue.

Gmen32
12-20-2010, 04:59 PM
I totally agree . . . . this guy is too much.

And Desean Jackson's antics constitute good sportsmanship I suppose????

Yep. Pot meet kettle. Anyone really associate this Eagles team with "sportsmanship"?

I didn't think so.

DEgiants89
12-20-2010, 05:00 PM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day.* I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take.* This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.*
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".**</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can.* Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
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WAIT this clears everything up:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246

jasonbourne
12-20-2010, 05:00 PM
I find it funny that someone from the eagles is talking about "sportsmanship" lololol.....

Mr Excitement
12-20-2010, 05:01 PM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....

barran21
12-20-2010, 05:05 PM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....


I haven't seen people talking about this on here, Jackson almost ****ed up if Ware didn't give up.

DEgiants89
12-20-2010, 05:05 PM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....


i was screaming at him to...that wouldve been crazy

sp3
12-20-2010, 05:41 PM
The Giants had just lost their most embarrassing game in awhile (probably since that Titians comeback a few years ago) and he expects them to worry about class and staying on the field?

Vick should realize that they were in shock. Tbh, it was pretty classless of him to call them out like that. But its okay since he saved face when he said he still respected them...what an !@#!$@$.

YATittle1962
12-20-2010, 05:50 PM
this sort of says otherwise

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246

GMEN023
12-20-2010, 05:51 PM
Yeah Yahoo posted an article about what Vick said(can't find itright now)and pretty much said it was bogus for pretty much the same reason you guys said (flipping off the fans, desean jackson). But they also showed a pic of him and Canty talking afterwards so I guess not all Giants show bad sportsmanship lol

GMEN023
12-20-2010, 05:53 PM
nevermind YATittle1962 beat me too it

RoanokeFan
12-20-2010, 05:53 PM
this sort of says otherwise

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246


Now isn't that interesting

GMAN2K9
12-20-2010, 05:54 PM
The Giants will all line up to shake hands with Mr. Vick after the Giants beat their @$$es in Philly next month

YATittle1962
12-20-2010, 05:54 PM
this sort of says otherwise

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246


Now isn't that interesting


very

dlivesay
12-20-2010, 05:55 PM
Desean Jackson showboats every single time he scores a TD.. I hope the giants gave them a big middle finger when going off the field.. The Eagles always talk crap, when do the giants ever talk against the eagles?
stop it. if vick and jackson were on the gmen and they keyed a miracle comeback over the eagles, you wouldn't care what they said or did. I was a little surprised vick made his comments, but if it was the truth, then I guess he was right. Giants lost, let's see if they can right the ship this week in what is essentially a playoff game. don't worry about that stupid stuff.

bleeding blue
12-20-2010, 05:59 PM
In all fairness to Desean Jackson, he ran parallel to the goaline before scoring to waste the last few seconds.

I honestly thought he'd be doing backflips and walk backwards the last ten yards of that play.

Mod_C
12-20-2010, 06:09 PM
this sort of says otherwise

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246


Now isn't that interesting


very

He must have forgotten. Surely, he wouldn't lie [:#]

YATittle1962
12-20-2010, 06:11 PM
this sort of says otherwise

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246


Now isn't that interesting


very

He must have forgotten.* Surely, he wouldn't lie* [:#]


oh ofcourse not

hahahaha......

BastianEagles
12-20-2010, 06:13 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif

Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field.

So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship.

YATittle1962
12-20-2010, 06:14 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif

Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field.

So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship.

but he is lying.....

I watched him hug multiple players and coaches.....

also see the article I just posted

why lie?

good win Bas....must have felt good....

Im still sick

giantsfan39
12-20-2010, 06:17 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif

Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field.

So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship.

How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that.

Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.

BastianEagles
12-20-2010, 06:18 PM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....I haven't seen people talking about this on here, Jackson almost ****ed up if Ware didn't give up.haha I thought about that too. Your team was just too shocked to think....or to react.

But like someone else posted...Djax wasn't showboating this time...he was making sure the timeclock was at 0:00

galaxy10
12-20-2010, 06:19 PM
Because its in his character. He simply does not get it. I seriously question whether he gets what he has done and it is exemplified by him having the audacity to ask for a dog. It is against his probation. Are you kidding me. The law does not apply to him. He is a role model and he stinks at it.

Mod_C
12-20-2010, 06:20 PM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....I haven't seen people talking about this on here, Jackson almost ****ed up if Ware didn't give up.haha I thought about that too. Your team was just too shocked to think....or to react.

But like someone else posted...Djax wasn't showboating this time...he was making sure the timeclock was at 0:00


Perhaps more interesting is Vick and a Giant hugging after the game yesterday. I guess he forgot that in the euphoria of the moment.

PhilaGiant83
12-20-2010, 06:21 PM
It will be pretty hilarious when someone annihilates Djax in the playoffs. That showboating little miget is going to get served count on it.

Mod_C
12-20-2010, 06:23 PM
Just a note, if this turn into a ***** session I'm moving it to "Smack Talk"

PrideofNY
12-20-2010, 06:29 PM
The picture of him hugging a Giant says it all. No Giants stayed on the field, huh?



He's still a freaking liar, just like he was in Atlanta and to Commissioner Goodell. What a perfect fit for that scumbag, puke-green organization.

bearbryant
12-20-2010, 06:31 PM
What do you expect from someone who does that to helpless animals... Any the less, I don't!

giantsval
12-20-2010, 06:53 PM
**** him! He ran a gambling ring and killed dogs who the hell is he.

BastianEagles
12-20-2010, 07:13 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif

Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field.

So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship.but he is lying.....I watched him hug multiple players and coaches.....also see the article I just posted....why lie? good win Bas....must have felt good....Im still sickThis is why I said "what he perceives as poor sportsmanship"...I didn't really pay attention to who stayed on the field because I was too damn stunned and cheering too loud.

I'll tell you YA, when the game first started, I was loving it because it was like old times...a good game by heated rivals. I thought both sides would fight for every point. THEN we played like unprepared slugs! You guys owned us the entire first half. I never thought we'd have that kind of comeback....I was just proud that they still had life when we closed the gap and were within 7 pts!

Then all hell broke loose. I was equally as stunned as any giants fan. Vick never gave up on the team...he carried them on his back and showed the young kids how to keep fighting.

Like him or hate him...that shows heart right there. He's earning my respect...at least on the field.

BastianEagles
12-20-2010, 07:16 PM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....I haven't seen people talking about this on here, Jackson almost ****ed up if Ware didn't give up.haha I thought about that too. Your team was just too shocked to think....or to react.

But like someone else posted...Djax wasn't showboating this time...he was making sure the timeclock was at 0:00Perhaps more interesting is Vick and a Giant hugging after the game yesterday.* I guess he forgot that in the euphoria of the moment.I wonder if he was looking for someone in particular? Did he and Eli shake hands?

Diamondring
12-20-2010, 09:50 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <FONT color=#006400 size=4>A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</FONT>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.

yshock
12-20-2010, 09:54 PM
they won the game they can say whatever they want we lose they won. thats all.

hnicks2010
12-20-2010, 09:54 PM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day. I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take. This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.
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Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can. Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
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This guy is incorrigible... I've never hated a player more than him... Jackson is a close second. The way those jackasses were celebrating (though kinda justified), the last thing I would want to do as a player is shake their hands.

NYCGMAN11
12-20-2010, 09:55 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <FONT color=#006400 size=4>A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</FONT>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.Yea, that's providing it's your first run-in with the law. Vick had numerous of run-in's and was documented doing this for at least 6 year's at the time.

Diamondring
12-20-2010, 10:06 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <FONT color=#006400 size=4>A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</FONT>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.Yea, that's providing it's your first run-in with the law. Vick had numerous of run-in's and was documented doing this for at least 6 year's at the time.There are cases where some people had their animals starve to death with their erea all dirty and nasty with dead animals laying around. Then they have been doing it for many of years yet they did not get that much time off.</P>


Vick had to pay for killing animals and usually black people pay the worse than any other race or ethnic group.</P>

FIFTY6 G-MAN
12-20-2010, 10:14 PM
Look we lost that game and the iggles didnt win, our coaching for O and D lost it all. and the fact that we faded back during an onside kick, screw sportmanship. we got emabarassed with 28 being put up on us in less than 8min to go for a VICTORY, but again he is the last person that should be talking. The G-Men either need to put up or shut up for the next @ games period!!! enough of any BS talk anymore, our coaches and TEAM failed BAD!! I LIVE the Gmen day in and day out and have my TATS and My call ins to radio shows to prove it. They need to get it together for this final run and produce, thats all OUT!

NYCGMAN11
12-20-2010, 10:14 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <FONT color=#006400 size=4>A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</FONT>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.Yea, that's providing it's your first run-in with the law. Vick had numerous of run-in's and was documented doing this for at least 6 year's at the time.There are cases where some people had their animals starve to death with their erea all dirty and nasty with dead animals laying around. Then they have been doing it for many of years yet they did not get that much time off.</P>


Vick had to pay for killing animals and usually black people pay the worse than any other race or ethnic group.</P>Okay, and there have been cases where they got more time.And maybe the reason why black people pay the worse for abusing animals is because unlike most other races - black people really could'nt care less about a dog. As Clinton Portis so eloquently put it, ' It's just dog's'. I'm a black animal lover and it disgust's me how most black people look at dog's. Especially living in down here in the south. Sad.

Sarcasman
12-20-2010, 10:14 PM
So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship.


I agree. Please reply with the link where he takes Jackson to task for his repeated poor sportsmanship...a comment about maybe one or two of the last 10 or 12 examples that Jackson has supplied would suffice.

I'll wait.

Meantime, try growing up. No one is required to stay on the field after the game. Especially after losing a fairly important game. Sure, it was only regular season, but it was still a tough loss. I could understand guys not wanting to chum it up after the game.

However with that said, clearly many Giants did stay on the field to shake hands with Eagles players. I saw them. If you watched the game you saw them too.

Vick's comments weren't about sportsmanship, they were simply self serving.

He knows full well that there were GIants on the field offering congratulations, we've all seen the pictures of him and some Giants players embracing after the game.

So, why lie? I don't know it seems very silly to me. Of course - true or not - he's entitled to say what ever he wants. Although in this day and age he does come off looking kinda small and stupid when faced with so much video evidence to the contrary.

YATittle1962
12-20-2010, 10:17 PM
Look we lost that game and the iggles didnt win, our coaching for O and D lost it all. and the fact that we faded back during an onside kick, screw sportmanship. we got emabarassed with 28 being put up on us in less than 8min to go for a VICTORY, but again he is the last person that should be talking. The G-Men either need to put up or shut up for the next @ games period!!! enough of any BS talk anymore, our coaches and TEAM failed BAD!! I LIVE the Gmen day in and day out and have my TATS and My call ins to radio shows to prove it. They need to get it together for this final run and produce, thats all OUT!

thats silly

the Eagles straight whooped us for 7 straight minutes

Giants928
12-20-2010, 10:17 PM
That's funny, Vick's pitbulls said the same thing when he didn't give them their snausages after their ears got ripped off in a dog-fight.

Diamondring
12-20-2010, 10:25 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <FONT color=#006400 size=4>A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</FONT>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.Yea, that's providing it's your first run-in with the law. Vick had numerous of run-in's and was documented doing this for at least 6 year's at the time.There are cases where some people had their animals starve to death with their erea all dirty and nasty with dead animals laying around. Then they have been doing it for many of years yet they did not get that much time off.</P>


Vick had to pay for killing animals and usually black people pay the worse than any other race or ethnic group.</P>Okay, and there have been cases where they got more time.And maybe the reason why black people pay the worse for abusing animals is because unlike most other races - black people really could'nt care less about a dog. As Clinton Portis so eloquently put it, ' It's just dog's'. I'm a black animal lover and it disgust's me how most black people look at dog's. Especially living in down here in the south. Sad.You have got to be kidding me. How many black people keep dogs or other animals to even abuse them? I am really talking about crime in general. Look at Burress. He had to stay in jail for just shooting himself in the leg.

giantsfan39
12-20-2010, 10:27 PM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <FONT color=#006400 size=4>A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</FONT>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.Yea, that's providing it's your first run-in with the law. Vick had numerous of run-in's and was documented doing this for at least 6 year's at the time.There are cases where some people had their animals starve to death with their erea all dirty and nasty with dead animals laying around. Then they have been doing it for many of years yet they did not get that much time off.</P>


Vick had to pay for killing animals and usually black people pay the worse than any other race or ethnic group.</P>

What's your point?

That means a lot of people are getting away with crimes and not paying the price for their crimes. Those people should still be in jail as should Vick.

Race is irrelevant. Famous people never pay regardless of their race.

giantyankee1976
12-20-2010, 10:47 PM
Hey Vick!

**** you, you piece of **** !!!

SanAntonioGiant
12-20-2010, 10:50 PM
http://a323.yahoofs.com/ymg/ept_sports_nfl_experts__29/ept_sports_nfl_experts-898844513-1292856718.jpg?ymPGQRED7_M4ar.A (http://yhoo.it/g8Pp93)

Gntfan
12-20-2010, 11:09 PM
How quickly we forget. Anybody remember near the end of the 2008 playoff game when DMac ran to our sideline and grabbed the phone to the upstairs coaches box? He was never criticized for that because the Giants Org are not crybabies.

njgiants927
12-20-2010, 11:20 PM
After reading all the posts in here I've got to say Bastian you are probably the only Eagle fan with class that inhabits these messages boards. Great win for your team, devastating loss for us. Appreciate reading the one Eagle fan on here that can complete a sentence without bwahahaha we own you!!!!

sc_markt
12-20-2010, 11:21 PM
At this point I would rather see the Dallas Cowboys win a sb than this low class organization that Vick plays for .

As much as it pains me to say this, I agree and I've always felt this way. I'd rather see (but not by much...) Dallas get a SB than Philly any day. I think the Cowboys are a much more classy team than the Eagles. The Eagles to me are punk thug sewer pond scum...

yatitle
12-20-2010, 11:32 PM
Let me get this straight. A guy who had countless dogs electrocuted is accusing the Giants of poor sportsmanship? Am I missing something here?

Denaliman316
12-21-2010, 12:09 AM
Go home Vick! Go back to your thug lifestyle!

I hope Jared Allen knocks him out next week. Allen won't stand for Jackson either. Giants played them to clean. Late in the game they should have have tried to draw some penalties and play dirty.

Westbrook was a pain but at least he didn't hot dog. I never thought I would say this but I would love to see how Bellicheck would deal with him.

We won't have to deal with him next year as The Eagles will want to keep Vick and won't have the money to keep him too.

Mark my words before the seasons over Vick WILL mess up big time for his team.

FlyingTruck
12-21-2010, 12:10 AM
DeSean Jackson shows no sportsmanship week in and week out. And weren't they the ones talking smack all week long?

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 12:38 AM
Giants were pissed that they lost the game. So I dont fault them.

But at the same time it is poor sportsmanship. Ive lost and won in bad situations. And I can say first hand its hard to stay on the field after something like that.

Giants were just in shock.

The point is WHO is making an issue of it, not that it's an issue.


Who shouldn't matter unless that person is showing bad sportsmanship at the time. To try and use Vick's personal life matters when one is assessing actions within the context of a game being played is a seriously weak and flawed argument. The best argument is that Vick has had a history of bad sportsmanship in the context of the game, but let's be serious, this is football and it's big. Fans say rotten sh1t to athletes and some think they should have to just take it because they make a lot of money. I disagree with that stance and think it's a crock of sh1t. Just like some clowns who think athletes should sacrifice life and limb for the sake of greatness, even if it means compromising their families life and well being. I'm not condoning what any athlete does that migth be offensive, but what each athlete does to each other on the field and fans do to athletes on the field, I understand how they can lose their cool sometimes.

The point of the matter is we as a civilized and supposedly sympathetic people should be commending the changes that a faulty human being has made. Ironic that in another post someone used Dungy in correlation with a position that a coach doesn't need to be in your face to get respect from the players. Dungy is like a saint in football and in the real world to, yet we think so low of him since he would vouch and support this heinous man we call Vick. Seems a little fvcked up to me, but then I would bet most of the responses I get will be from Christians anyway and we know how Jesus taught us to forgive.... (closed eyes)

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 12:48 AM
Is all this hostility really necessary? http://boards.philadelphiaeagles.com/style_emoticons/default/nonono.gif Yes he's a scumbag and yes I hated that he joined my team....but he paid for his crimes. That has no relevance following a major comeback...not just for yesterdays game, but also his career. It's time to get over his past...he's a QB in the NFL like it or not.... and he's playing lights out. He's earned some level of respect...at least on the field. So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship. How did he pay for his crimes? He got the lighest sentence possible and got a job in the NFL. <font color="#006400" size="4">A normal person would have gotten 10+ years and would have never had a high profile job after that</font>. Also Desean Jackson is an Eagle. If that guy is on your time expecting good sportsmanship in return is beyond ridiculous.Oh there are cases when some get about a year of probation and that is it.Yea, that's providing it's your first run-in with the law. Vick had numerous of run-in's and was documented doing this for at least 6 year's at the time.There are cases where some people had their animals starve to death with their erea all dirty and nasty with dead animals laying around. Then they have been doing it for many of years yet they did not get that much time off.</p>


Vick had to pay for killing animals and usually black people pay the worse than any other race or ethnic group.</p>Okay, and there have been cases where they got more time.And maybe the reason why black people pay the worse for abusing animals is because unlike most other races - black people really could'nt care less about a dog. As Clinton Portis so eloquently put it, ' It's just dog's'. I'm a black animal lover and it disgust's me how most black people look at dog's. Especially living in down here in the south. Sad.

Hopefully you are so torn up about pigs too. They seem to be as intelligent if nor more so and I have no problem putting them on spickets, frying pans or hell, how about the holidays. Just like many out of USA cultures, part of the southern culture is growing up with dog fighting. Why? Because that type of activity tends to prosper in impoverished demographics. JUst like **** fighting and any other animal humans can get. Just because some people like and breed a species of an animal doesn't mean it has to be any more important or special just because a group of people like them. To argue it is a bush full of thorny hypocrisy and people who are so ardent in argument are usually the biggest hypocrites in life. But I digress....

BastianEagles
12-21-2010, 01:26 AM
So yes....he has every right to comment on what he perceives as poor sportsmanship.

I agree. Please reply with the link where he takes Jackson to task for his repeated poor sportsmanship...a comment about maybe one or two of the last 10 or 12 examples that Jackson has supplied would suffice.

I'll wait.

Meantime, try growing up. No one is required to stay on the field after the game. Especially after losing a fairly important game. Sure, it was only regular season, but it was still a tough loss. I could understand guys not wanting to chum it up after the game.

However with that said, clearly many Giants did stay on the field to shake hands with Eagles players. I saw them. If you watched the game you saw them too.

Vick's comments weren't about sportsmanship, they were simply self serving.

He knows full well that there were GIants on the field offering congratulations, we've all seen the pictures of him and some Giants players embracing after the game.

So, why lie? I don't know it seems very silly to me. Of course - true or not - he's entitled to say what ever he wants. Although in this day and age he does come off looking kinda small and stupid when faced with so much video evidence to the contrary.You'll wait? You better not leave any smelly farts while you're waiting dammit! http://209.85.62.26/12387/28/emo/smack.gif

Anyway, I think Vick was upset because no one asked for his autograph.

Vanossalag
12-21-2010, 01:32 AM
Burresss had nothing to do with the color of his skin. It was that dumb @#$& mayor putting pressure on DAs office. He had no business interfering or putting media pressure on the situation. This forced the DA to go after him harder and make an example out of a pro athlete. Burress did not deserve the sentence he got. He deserved the dumb bleep award for shooting himself and going out needing a gun. If you need to bring a gun with you to a club, you probably shouldn't be going there. With all the money these pro athletes make, do they really need to go to these places?

Vanossalag
12-21-2010, 01:48 AM
I know this thread is supposed to be about sportsmanship, which I believe Vick and a few of his teammates are sorely lacking. However, Bringing up his personal life...who cares...doesn't matter. The fact he went to jail about dogfighting...who cares....(oh yeah PETA and the ASPCA). I really don't care that dogfighting goes on. Doesn't effect me, except we are wasting resources and tax dollars on people who mistreat animals. Ever try and put two male Betta fighting fish in the same tank? They will fight to the death. Is that illegal? I didn't do it, but was curious if it were true. I put a second Jack Dempsey in my fish tank. I already had one, a male, this second one was a female. She destroyed all the fish in the tank. It wasn't my intention, but that was part of nature. Dogs fight in nature, so do most other animals. It is part of dominance. So they bet on who would win. I don't care. There are worse things going on then training dogs to fight. How about these UFC? They fight and pulverize each other, permanently disfiguring each other, that is legal. We , as a species of the animal kingdom, are a bunch of hypocrites.

This is about sportsmanship...to which Vick has shown little over his career. Now he lies about the situation...Narcissism (spelling?) Sounds like my x, self serving liar.

barran21
12-21-2010, 01:50 AM
I know this thread is supposed to be about sportsmanship, which I believe Vick and a few of his teammates are sorely lacking. However, Bringing up his personal life...who cares...doesn't matter. The fact he went to jail about dogfighting...who cares....(oh yeah PETA and the ASPCA). I really don't care that dogfighting goes on. Doesn't effect me, except we are wasting resources and tax dollars on people who mistreat animals. Ever try and put two male Betta fighting fish in the same tank? They will fight to the death. Is that illegal? I didn't do it, but was curious if it were true. I put a second Jack Dempsey in my fish tank. I already had one, a male, this second one was a female. She destroyed all the fish in the tank. It wasn't my intention, but that was part of nature. Dogs fight in nature, so do most other animals. It is part of dominance. So they bet on who would win. I don't care. There are worse things going on then training dogs to fight. How about these UFC? They fight and pulverize each other, permanently disfiguring each other, that is legal. We , as a species of the animal kingdom, are a bunch of hypocrites.

This is about sportsmanship...to which Vick has shown little over his career. Now he lies about the situation...Narcissism (spelling?) Sounds like my x, self serving liar.

Take your BS else where...... GTFO

Vanossalag
12-21-2010, 02:01 AM
Really, and I suppose you are going to make me? That would go against you being a tree hugging pacifist. Attacking somebody to try and show dominance..... I am almost intimidated. Get real....arguing about his dogfighting ring as to him being a bad sport in football is nonsense. Him flipping the bird to the crowd is poor sportsmanship. Then again, maybe the fan deserved it and he was fed up. Wasn't there so I don't know why he did it. There is such thing as cause and effect. I would never get into an argument, if people didn't act so unintelligently.

You missed the point...then again...didn't surprise me that somebody would.

Soldier01
12-21-2010, 02:10 AM
Vick is a piece of S**T plain & simple !

barran21
12-21-2010, 02:16 AM
Really, and I suppose you are going to make me? That would go against you being a tree hugging pacifist. Attacking somebody to try and show dominance..... I am almost intimidated. Get real....arguing about his dogfighting ring as to him being a bad sport in football is nonsense. Him flipping the bird to the crowd is poor sportsmanship. Then again, maybe the fan deserved it and he was fed up. Wasn't there so I don't know why he did it. There is such thing as cause and effect. I would never get into an argument, if people didn't act so unintelligently.

You missed the point...then again...didn't surprise me that somebody would.

You and Vick should get a room........

barran21
12-21-2010, 02:17 AM
Vick is a piece of S**T plain &amp; simple !

Vanossalag is in love with ****.

RugDaniels
12-21-2010, 04:37 AM
I don't think ANY team would have stayed on the field after that. The Giants players were in shock. For Vick to comment on the sportsmanship of the Giants, for any Eagle to comment on it, is ridiculous.

Eagles are one of the most classless teams I've seen in sports, and that goes back to the Buddy Ryan days 25 years ago. They've always been a showboating, taunting team.

Ghost
12-21-2010, 05:15 AM
Giants were pissed that they lost the game. So I dont fault them.

But at the same time it is poor sportsmanship. Ive lost and won in bad situations. And I can say first hand its hard to stay on the field after something like that.

Giants were just in shock.

The point is WHO is making an issue of it, not that it's an issue.
Well, the point could be made that you are in fact obfuscating the issue, that the issue was really our poor sportsmanship, and that you're simply trying to discredit the statement by discrediting the man who made it. Fact is that doesn't change the veracity of the statement he made. It stands on it's own merits, regardless of who made it.

appletree943
12-21-2010, 05:15 AM
Had DJ Ware not given up at the 5 yard line he could have knocked the ball out that arrogant piece of craps hand...He should have known that ****** was going to show boat..he does it every time....
he was running out the clock

before he scores he clearly looks back at it

illmaticzeke
12-21-2010, 06:00 AM
Hopefully God hates dog murderers. Eventually that piece of **** will get the neck injury that he deserves and will hopefully be working at Walmart soon after. At the very least, a leg injury early in the season that puts him on IR would be nice.


But then you have to look at the other side of it,,,

Vick can truly be remorseful for what he has done and is being blessed this year. That's the part that really scares me more.

Die-Hard
12-21-2010, 06:41 AM
Here's a pic of the Giants NOT showing sportsmanship (http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246)

redbeardxxv
12-21-2010, 07:08 AM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day.* I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take.* This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.*
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".**</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can.* Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>

I don't like Vick- and I don't like the Eagles. However, leaving the field without offering congrats to the winners is classless. Above wins and losses, the G-men pride themselves on class. A handshake would have preserved the respect due another franchise, and the decorum appropriate for an NFL player and team with a history as rich as ours.

RoanokeFan
12-21-2010, 07:42 AM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day. I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take. This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can. Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>

I don't like Vick- and I don't like the Eagles. However, leaving the field without offering congrats to the winners is classless. Above wins and losses, the G-men pride themselves on class. A handshake would have preserved the respect due another franchise, and the decorum appropriate for an NFL player and team with a history as rich as ours.

Have you not seen the photos of Vick hugging one of our players? According to some media folk the end of the game hand shaking was as normal as most games. Soe players walk right off others linger to chat.

giantsfan39
12-21-2010, 08:49 AM
I know this thread is supposed to be about sportsmanship, which I believe Vick and a few of his teammates are sorely lacking. However, Bringing up his personal life...who cares...doesn't matter. The fact he went to jail about dogfighting...who cares....(oh yeah PETA and the ASPCA). I really don't care that dogfighting goes on. Doesn't effect me, except we are wasting resources and tax dollars on people who mistreat animals. Ever try and put two male Betta fighting fish in the same tank? They will fight to the death. Is that illegal? I didn't do it, but was curious if it were true. I put a second Jack Dempsey in my fish tank. I already had one, a male, this second one was a female. She destroyed all the fish in the tank. It wasn't my intention, but that was part of nature. Dogs fight in nature, so do most other animals. It is part of dominance. So they bet on who would win. I don't care. There are worse things going on then training dogs to fight. How about these UFC? They fight and pulverize each other, permanently disfiguring each other, that is legal. We , as a species of the animal kingdom, are a bunch of hypocrites.

This is about sportsmanship...to which Vick has shown little over his career. Now he lies about the situation...Narcissism (spelling?) Sounds like my x, self serving liar.

So in your opinion forcing dogs to fight as well as killing them is equivalent to

-not prediciting that fish might fight each other
-grown adults with their own free will choosing to fight each other for mllions of dollars. Those dogs had no such choice.

But seriously?

Are there people defending this guy seriously? Only iggles fans defend him.

lttaylor56
12-21-2010, 08:57 AM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day. I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take. This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can. Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>
That sums it up. Vick you lost the luxury of speaking about sportsmanship or anything else for that matter.

Is she Conan's wife?
12-21-2010, 08:58 AM
But at the same time it is poor sportsmanship.</P>


</P>


Well, it would be if it were true.</P>


http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Vick-says-Giants-were-unsportsmanlike-photogr?urn=nfl-298246</P>


</P>


But it's not.</P>

SweetZombieJesus
12-21-2010, 11:12 AM
As much as Vick or anyone involved with the Eagles has no right to talk about sportsmanship, we were all miffed when Bill Belichick went up the tunnel with 0:02 left on the clock.

SweetZombieJesus
12-21-2010, 11:12 AM
http://a323.yahoofs.com/ymg/ept_sports_nfl_experts__29/ept_sports_nfl_experts-898844513-1292856718.jpg?ymPGQRED7_M4ar.A

bigblue58
12-21-2010, 11:15 AM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day.* I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take.* This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.*
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".**</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can.* Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>

What's next........Charles Manson scolding papar***i for harassing celebrities?
He should just be thankful that the gutless Goodell let his dog murdering behind back in the league and stfu.

SweetZombieJesus
12-21-2010, 11:19 AM
Burresss had nothing to do with the color of his skin. It was that dumb @#$&amp; mayor putting pressure on DAs office. He had no business interfering or putting media pressure on the situation. This forced the DA to go after him harder and make an example out of a pro athlete. Burress did not deserve the sentence he got. <font size="3">He deserved the dumb bleep award for shooting himself and going out needing a gun. If you need to bring a gun with you to a club, you probably shouldn't be going there. With all the money these pro athletes make, do they really need to go to these places?</font>

I really don't like bringing it back up but Burress was a grade-A idiot in many ways.

<ul> Wifey is a lawyer so none of the legal issues should have been a mystery Gun wasn't licensed in NJ No holster? Really? Transporting an illegal weapon across state lines by going into NYC
Dude, hire a BODYGUARD to carry the weapon. Wasn't it Thanksgiving eve and didn't he have a newborn infant at home? Why are you going clubbing AT ALL? Jeter, A-Rod and those types go clubbing all the time. Why do you never hear about it in the papers? Because they go to upscale joints with private rooms.
[/list]

Dirt66
12-21-2010, 11:30 AM
Wow, The conVICKted dog killer is offering up lessons on "class" I'm sure D. Jackson will put his words of wisdom in as well. Can't wait until that guy f**ks up and costs his team.

easterbeast
12-21-2010, 11:31 AM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***

Providence
12-21-2010, 11:51 AM
Whatever...Vick did his time in prison, paid his debt. Now he's out.

If the Giants don't shake hands at the end of the game that IS poor sportsmanship and someone should call them on it. It's pretty ironic that it's Vick calling out character issues, I agree, but like I said...he did his time.

The bigger issue is that Desean has no sportsmanship traits at all and Vick doesn't say a word about that.

PhilaGiant83
12-21-2010, 11:56 AM
No sportsman ship? Nothing like taking a cattle prod to a dog and torturing it. Nothing like hanging a dog on a tree either and beating it to death.

devilsadvocate
12-21-2010, 12:04 PM
Whatever...Vick did his time in prison, paid his debt. Now he's out. If the Giants don't shake hands at the end of the game that IS poor sportsmanship and someone should call them on it. It's pretty ironic that it's Vick calling out character issues, I agree, but like I said...he did his time. The bigger issue is that Desean has no sportsmanship traits at all and Vick doesn't say a word about that.</P>


</P>


um Vick did call out Jackson over the backward plunge at Dallas. Vick was pissed about it and did so face to face and to the media.</P>


No one seems to mention how all the trash was thrown from the stands at Maclin when he scored one of his tds. Oh I forgot, that only happens in Philly. It must have been philly fans throwing trash at their own receiver.</P>


This board cracks me up. So many excuses and lots of blame on other people. A lot of you act like my7 year old son who blames everyone else but himself.</P>

ny06
12-21-2010, 12:07 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</P>


I believe in Karma.</P>


He will get his...</P>

Providence
12-21-2010, 12:58 PM
Whatever...Vick did his time in prison, paid his debt. Now he's out. If the Giants don't shake hands at the end of the game that IS poor sportsmanship and someone should call them on it. It's pretty ironic that it's Vick calling out character issues, I agree, but like I said...he did his time. The bigger issue is that Desean has no sportsmanship traits at all and Vick doesn't say a word about that.</P>


*</P>


um Vick did call out Jackson over the backward plunge at Dallas.* Vick was pissed about it and did so face to face and to the media.</P>


No one seems to mention how all the trash was thrown from the stands at Maclin when he scored one of his tds.* Oh I forgot, that only happens in Philly.* It must have been philly fans throwing trash at their own receiver.</P>


This board cracks me up.* So many excuses and lots of blame on other people.* A lot of you act like my*7 year old son who blames everyone else but himself.</P>

I didn't know that about Vick calling out Jackson.

I agree with you, we have a distorted view of our fan base. We just keep repeating, "We are great fans," "we are classy fans," etc., etc. I went to a game this year against Detroit and I saw countless acts of classless fans.

Like I have said in other posts. Football fans, as a whole, are knuckle heads. That's not to say there aren't some classy folks out there who treat eachother well. But by in large, most of the people watching/attending NFL games are morons.

burier
12-21-2010, 03:27 PM
Michael Vick says Giants' walking off field without shaking Eagles' hands shows poor sportsmanship (http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/20/2010-12-20_michael_vick_says_giants_walking_off_field_with out_shaking_eagles_hands_shows_po.html)

Excerpt: "Stunned by the suddenness of DeSean Jackson (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/DeSean+Jackson)'s
game-winning punt return, the Giants didn't stay on the field to shake
hands.


And the Eagles (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Philadelphia+Eagles)
noticed.</p>


"I have a lot of respect for the New York Giants (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/New+York+Giants).
For them to walk off the field at the end really didn't show good
sportsmanship," said Eagles QB Michael Vick (http://www.nydailynews.com/topics/Michael+Vick). "They
were the ones doing a lot of talking. We just wanted to come out and play a good
football game.</p>


"But I still have a lot of respect for them."</p>

I've been chewing on this one all day.* I agree with the comment to a degree but to be lectured about "good sportsmanship" by Michael Vick is more than I can take.* This ex-felon showed exactly what kind of sportsmanship when he electrocuted dogs, threw them against objects so hard they died, and on, and on, and on.*
</p>

Great sportsman he, who, by his own admission, showed no mercy to dogs he couldn't train to "kill".**</p>

Michael, get your own house in order if you can.* Leave the sportsmanship lectures to the John Maddens of this world.
</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>


</p>

Great. So now that Vick plays for Philly we can look forward to Giants fans bringing up his convicition over and over again. He did his time. Move on.

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 03:51 PM
Really, and I suppose you are going to make me? That would go against you being a tree hugging pacifist. Attacking somebody to try and show dominance..... I am almost intimidated. Get real....arguing about his dogfighting ring as to him being a bad sport in football is nonsense. Him flipping the bird to the crowd is poor sportsmanship. Then again, maybe the fan deserved it and he was fed up. Wasn't there so I don't know why he did it. There is such thing as cause and effect. I would never get into an argument, if people didn't act so unintelligently.

You missed the point...then again...didn't surprise me that somebody would.

+1 and couldn't agree more.

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 04:01 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***


So now marijuana = thug?! You, my friend, are the only seemingly ignorant one here and should learn the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover". All that hate will only lead to more misery for you.

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 04:02 PM
No sportsman ship? Nothing like taking a cattle prod to a dog and torturing it. Nothing like hanging a dog on a tree either and beating it to death.

Man, I hope you get juiced up over Bull fighting. Especially since it's glamorized!

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 04:04 PM
Whatever...Vick did his time in prison, paid his debt. Now he's out. If the Giants don't shake hands at the end of the game that IS poor sportsmanship and someone should call them on it. It's pretty ironic that it's Vick calling out character issues, I agree, but like I said...he did his time. The bigger issue is that Desean has no sportsmanship traits at all and Vick doesn't say a word about that.</p>


</p>


um Vick did call out Jackson over the backward plunge at Dallas. Vick was pissed about it and did so face to face and to the media.</p>


No one seems to mention how all the trash was thrown from the stands at Maclin when he scored one of his tds. Oh I forgot, that only happens in Philly. It must have been philly fans throwing trash at their own receiver.</p>


This board cracks me up. So many excuses and lots of blame on other people. A lot of you act like my7 year old son who blames everyone else but himself.</p>

Just some wannabe pompous ***es. Guess they don't remember all of that ice being thrown from the stands some years back in Giants stadium. Of course the easy out will be they were jet fans, but as a person who has attended a gair amount of games in the old stadium, there was there fair share of ***holes that weren't respectful at all.

Diamondring
12-21-2010, 04:05 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</P>


I believe in Karma.</P>


He will get his...</P>They are taking his money he owes the Falcons so he is paying his right now. If you eat meat then you will pay as well then since you think he will get his for killing animals.

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 04:10 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</p>


I believe in Karma.</p>


He will get his...</p>They are taking his money he owes the Falcons so he is paying his right now. If you eat meat then you will pay as well then since you think he will get his for killing animals.

Careful with the use of logic and rational thought. Humans as a whole tend to be somewhat hypocritical. In the end it's often about self preservation and people are blind to see what they choose to be blind about. I just want to see the guy who goes to jail for 2.5 years for c0ck fighting

hammer-time
12-21-2010, 04:29 PM
I love how people always say "Vick did his time. Move on." I'm not sure if they're just not exactly clear on the specific things he did, or if they're just jumping on the Vick bandwagon, but Vick's big numbers aren't going to erase his past. He killed all those dogs, and nothing will make that go away. You can't completely pardon someone of what they've done just because it happened awhile ago. But hey, let's try and use that logic: it's been over 30 years since Ted Bundy killed 1000 people, so that means that he's off the hook, right?

I thought not.

ShockeyFanInDC
12-21-2010, 04:33 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</P>


I believe in Karma.</P>


He will get his...</P>They are taking his money he owes the Falcons so he is paying his right now. If you eat meat then you will pay as well then since you think he will get his for killing animals.

What's your point here? Hunting is legal if you purchase a license, a registered gun, etc. There is a big difference between Hunting LEGALLY and having an ILLEGAL Dog fighting ring that tortures animals. Most hunters (not all, but most) do not torture or make animals suffer.

Vick is one of the lowest forms of criminals out there. Who cares if he went to jail and served his time. In my profession, if I went to jail and was found guilty of a crime like this, I'd have my clearance revoked and I'd be selling lottery tickets at 7/11. Vick is out there playing a Game that most of us can only dream about playing and making millions.

He belongs out there pumping my gas on the turnpike, not on TV making millions.

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 04:37 PM
I love how people always say "Vick did his time. Move on." I'm not sure if they're just not exactly clear on the specific things he did, or if they're just jumping on the Vick bandwagon, but Vick's big numbers aren't going to erase his past. He killed all those dogs, and nothing will make that go away. You can't completely pardon someone of what they've done just because it happened awhile ago. But hey, let's try and use that logic: it's been over 30 years since Ted Bundy killed 1000 people, so that means that he's off the hook, right?

I thought not.


We kill humans by the thousands for our own personal needs and have a history of doing it for things we have no proof of (in the name of god). Unless you are anti-war, anti-meat (including fish) and anti-animal sports like horse racing, dog racing, bull fighting, c0ck fighting, etc. you are nothing more than a hypocrite. Just like the guy who comes out of church and flips someone the bird after cutting someone off.

dillyyo1972
12-21-2010, 04:43 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</p>


I believe in Karma.</p>


He will get his...</p>They are taking his money he owes the Falcons so he is paying his right now. If you eat meat then you will pay as well then since you think he will get his for killing animals.

What's your point here? Hunting is legal if you purchase a license, a registered gun, etc. There is a big difference between Hunting LEGALLY and having an ILLEGAL Dog fighting ring that tortures animals. Most hunters (not all, but most) do not torture or make animals suffer.

Vick is one of the lowest forms of criminals out there. Who cares if he went to jail and served his time. In my profession, if I went to jail and was found guilty of a crime like this, I'd have my clearance revoked and I'd be selling lottery tickets at 7/11. Vick is out there playing a Game that most of us can only dream about playing and making millions.

He belongs out there pumping my gas on the turnpike, not on TV making millions.

You seem to be mixing legality and morality into one. It's illegal to have an@l sex or fellatio with your wife in some states, so should those people who do go to jail for the amount of years the books state? I don't think anyone is condoning dog fighting here, but rather to put it in proper perspective. You only entrench yourself in hypocrisy if you don't. That is unless you are a saint and don't have an@l sex/fellatio with your wife, eat meat, enjoy animals sports or country wide traditions of torturing bulls before they are killed in front of an audience.

giantsfan39
12-21-2010, 04:47 PM
I love how people always say "Vick did his time. Move on." I'm not sure if they're just not exactly clear on the specific things he did, or if they're just jumping on the Vick bandwagon, but Vick's big numbers aren't going to erase his past. He killed all those dogs, and nothing will make that go away. You can't completely pardon someone of what they've done just because it happened awhile ago. But hey, let's try and use that logic: it's been over 30 years since Ted Bundy killed 1000 people, so that means that he's off the hook, right?

I thought not.


We kill humans by the thousands for our own personal needs and have a history of doing it for things we have no proof of (in the name of god).* Unless you are anti-war, anti-meat (including fish) and anti-animal sports like horse racing, dog racing, bull fighting, c0ck fighting, etc. you are nothing more than a hypocrite. Just like the guy who comes out of church and flips someone the bird after cutting someone off.*


You are an idiot.

You are comparing a guy making millions of dollars killing innocent animals for fun to

-dogs and horses running around on a track
-killing animals (which are not dogs) for food and nutrients
-going to war to protect your country and often times wars start over resources

Really? You are a dumbass.

He served a joke of a jail sentence. If he wasn't an eagles no eagles fan would defend him. He wins you games but making excuses for him is ridiculous. Cheer for him as a player but accept what he did. He did not serve his time. 10 years in jail and a job at Mcdonalds would have been serving his time.

ny06
12-21-2010, 04:52 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</P>


I believe in Karma.</P>


He will get his...</P>


They are taking his money he owes the Falcons so he is paying his right now. If you eat meat then you will pay as well then since you think he will get his for killing animals.</P>


He didn't kill animals, he tourterd and killed dogs for his own enjoyment. </P>


That has nothing to do with me purchasing meat</P>

giantsfan39
12-21-2010, 04:52 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***
</p>


I believe in Karma.</p>


He will get his...</p>They are taking his money he owes the Falcons so he is paying his right now. If you eat meat then you will pay as well then since you think he will get his for killing animals.

What's your point here? Hunting is legal if you purchase a license, a registered gun, etc. There is a big difference between Hunting LEGALLY and having an ILLEGAL Dog fighting ring that tortures animals. Most hunters (not all, but most) do not torture or make animals suffer.

Vick is one of the lowest forms of criminals out there. Who cares if he went to jail and served his time. In my profession, if I went to jail and was found guilty of a crime like this, I'd have my clearance revoked and I'd be selling lottery tickets at 7/11. Vick is out there playing a Game that most of us can only dream about playing and making millions.

He belongs out there pumping my gas on the turnpike, not on TV making millions.

You seem to be mixing legality and morality into one.* It's illegal to have an@l sex or fellatio with your wife in some states, so should those people who do go to jail for the amount of years the books state?* I don't think anyone is condoning dog fighting here, but rather to put it in proper perspective.* You only entrench yourself in hypocrisy if you don't.* That is unless you are a saint and don't have an@l sex/fellatio with your wife, eat meat, enjoy animals sports or country wide traditions of torturing bulls before they are killed in front of an audience.*


This is America. Nobody here engages in bull fighting. Also even where bull fighting is considered acceptable dog fighting is not.

Comparing a dog to a bull is comparing apples and oranges. Bulls are predators and would have no problem killing humans. Dogs offer the closest thing to unconditional love. Never will bull fighting evoke the same emotional reaction as dog fighting. We don't live in a barbaric or nomadic culture. Oh wait even in nomadic cultures throughout history dogs have been treated nicely due to their company as well as role in helping humans find food. No culture really treats dogs that disrespectfully even barbaric nomadic cultures that existed hundreds of years ago.

And you're pretty desperate if you have to bring anal sex into this. Wtf is wrong with you?

easterbeast
12-21-2010, 05:00 PM
i wish vick would bomb out already.........he is a thug............no doubt about it.
he needs is a good whiff of weed to remind himself who he really is.

2 things are bugging me.................
1.....vick is playing for a big contract that he will most likely get.
2.....players around the nfl are kissing his ***


So now marijuana = thug?! You, my friend, are the only seemingly ignorant one here and should learn the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover". All that hate will only lead to more misery for you.


in vicks case........YES.it fits.
besides.he was positive for it during the investigation.............he had it at the airport.
<font color="#a52a2a">
</font><font color="#a52a2a">STOP TRYING TO JUSTIFY THE FACT THAT A TOTAL THUG AND TORTURER IS ON YOUR TEAM</font>

Providence
12-21-2010, 05:14 PM
I love how people always say "Vick did his time. Move on." I'm not sure if they're just not exactly clear on the specific things he did, or if they're just jumping on the Vick bandwagon, but Vick's big numbers aren't going to erase his past. He killed all those dogs, and nothing will make that go away. You can't completely pardon someone of what they've done just because it happened awhile ago. But hey, let's try and use that logic: it's been over 30 years since Ted Bundy killed 1000 people, so that means that he's off the hook, right?

I thought not.


We kill humans by the thousands for our own personal needs and have a history of doing it for things we have no proof of (in the name of god).* Unless you are anti-war, anti-meat (including fish) and anti-animal sports like horse racing, dog racing, bull fighting, c0ck fighting, etc. you are nothing more than a hypocrite. Just like the guy who comes out of church and flips someone the bird after cutting someone off.*


Amen to your posts dude, seriously. But word to the wise, most of the people on this board are...uh....let's just say "short sighted." I love what your posting, but prepared for major blowback (and very little support).