screw Vick and screw anyone who thinks he deserved a second chance
Do I like Vick? No. Do I think what he did was ok? No. Do I believe he did his time and probably too much? Yes. What he does after his sentence is up to him. Some people fall and dont get up, some people learn from their mistakes. I just look around the world and see so much worse, including white crimes happening every day that are much more impactful and hurt so many more people in the world, and those guys are looked up at. Its scary the things that go on that society just doesnt know about or just doesnt care about. Complete hypocrisy.
How about Ray Lewis? Aaron Hernandez? OJ Simpson? Is Vick more reprehensible than those three?
I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.
Child molesters and sick child predators get less time than Vick did.
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I swear, some of you people think a burgler has the right to sue the house owner if he trips and falls while robbing the house in the middle of the night and breaks an ankle.
Last edited by strahantuck1; 03-25-2014 at 09:38 AM.
Vick is scum, no doubt about it. And the dog-killer label will follow him for the rest of his life, as it should.
But how can people be so up in arms about Vick being allowed to play in the NFL when you have so many other players over the years that have a history of assault, murder, manslaughter, etc still allowed to make millions? If the league, and NFL fans to an extent, didn't tolerate convicted felons or people with criminal histories playing football then Vick would never have been allowed back into the league to begin with.
One of these teams is not like the others