October 19, 2019

QB Controversy Brewing in Philly

I bet if Kevin Kolb had things to do over he would love to start off his era in Philly in better fashion than what transpired yesterday. Kolb looked stiff and seemed to tip off his reads which almost led to him throwing three different interceptions. Kolb was 5-10 for 24 yards and was sacked twice in a first half where the Eagles only garnered three first downs and a total of three points. At half time it was determined Kolb had a concussion so head coach Andy Reid turned to Michael Vick to lead the Eagles in the second half. All Vick did was rush for 103 yards, pass for 175 and he threw a touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin. Kolb won’t practice until Friday at the earliest and he must pass a specific evaluation exam before he can be cleared to play. With all of this going on it seems Vick will get most of the snaps this week in practice which would make one think he will be the starter this weekend against Detroit. If Vick is able to perform up to the caliber he displayed yesterday is there any way Reid and the Eagles can then go back to Kolb?

Vick Dog Chew Toy

The people who offered the orginal Vick Dog Chew Toy have now released their latest version of this hot commodity. No longer do you have to suffer through your chew toy wearing the outdated federal prison garb, oh no! You can now purchase the Vick Dog Chew Toy in his updated Philadelphia Eagles jersey. Hurry now before they all sell out!

Vick Dog Chew Toy website

Michael Vick in the Mafia?

Michael Vick’s lawyer Michael Blumenthal told a bankruptcy court today that Vick has lined up a construction job for when he gets out of the pen. Who in the heck set up this gig Mr. Blumenthal Tony Soprano? I mean do you think we really believe for one split second that “Ron Mexico” is going to be laying bricks or painting walls? Blumenthal said when Vick is released, he plans to work forty hours a week for a construction company. He did not disclose the wage or give any other details about the type of work that Vick will be performing. Vick is actually set to take the stand tomorrow before the proceedings wrap up. He’s scheduled to be released from custody in July, but could be sent to home confinement as early as late May. I do want to commend Vick for serving his time and paying his debt to society, but please don’t try and BS me or anyone else that you are going to be working construction to pay back your losses. Tony Soprano doesn’t want you and the bigger question will be does the NFL and Roger Goodell?