Last edited by Broadway Blue; 12-19-2012 at 11:13 PM.
That would be a bad move for the Jets, but.....LOL LOL I would enjoy watching that circus every week.
The guy has gotten too many hits and is a shell of himself. Jets have to rebuild that team from the inside out-new GM;deciding what kind of offense they want to beand signing and drafting players that will suit that. But doing the right thing is like kryptonite to the Jets LOL
As for Vick - he played behind a non-existent o-line this season, he was actually doing ok before he got hurt. He could still have something to offer.
And anyway, there's been no official word on any of this. It's all speculation.
Last edited by Flip Empty; 12-20-2012 at 08:44 AM.
A good OLine.....No
A good run game.....No
The injuries and concussions have been piling up for Vick. The hit he got that gave him a concussion wasn't even anywhere near his head. It was around his ribs area and then later he was diagnosed with a concussion. I could careless what the Jets do, but wouldn't they want a QB that would be more durable and have less tread on the tires?
I don't give a damn about Vick or where he goes...But Sanchez in the NFC east? That sounds mighty tasty as a Giants fan.
I've been reading rumours of Te bow going to the CFL, Montreal to be exact. Can't see someone starting this in hopes for Tebow to be a starting qb in any league so maybe there's some truth to this rumour
So they're both going to take huge cap hits for each other's failures? The color green probably can't wait to remove itself from the NFL.
Facing sanchize twice a year? I'm down...
Of course, knowing the Eagles, unless Reid gets fired, we'd probably have a hard time dealing with him... if Philly can make Kevin Kolb and VY play career games because they just happen to be playing the Giants, then Sanchez will probably all of a sudden look like Tom Brady for a week...
Eli Manning knows how phones and football go together
Vick is done, no one will pick him up, he is one hit away from the bench every week.
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