Was Michael Vick an escape goat? Damn right he was use as an escape goat. The powers to be couldn’t wait to bring him down and handcuff that ass. It’s all good though; he took it like the champ that he is too! Brotha deserves another chance to play the game he loves and we all know that is football. As for family members; we all got some like the haters that brought him this bullshit in the first place at his front door literally. Like Steve Harvey say you can’t take everybody with you to the party. Some folks you have to leave behind right were you found them. Believe me; I am sure Michael Vick has learned that lesson the hard way. Just because they are friends don’t mean they got your back. That whole thing about friendship from around the way is bullshit! It should be obvious by now that Michael VIck was an escape goat for all those folks trying to get their name in print that they took down a superstar athlete celebrity and a black one at that! Don’t get me wrong, black folks gotta walk a tight line in this society because the rules and playing field is a lot different than for non black folks. I believe Vick will come back stronger than ever! He is young, talented and he made some bad decisions. Any NFL football team would have him back playing on the field! They would be a fool not to let him play in the NFL. He could always write books about this experience and let people know what not to do. Boy is in a much better position than when he went in the slammer. That’s just me talking trash. Hell what do I know? One thing is for certain is that we will never be able take away the fact that (Michael Vick #7 of the Atlanta Falcons jumps into the end zone as Ryan Nece #56 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers falls during their game on September 17, 2006 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.) He is one of the greatest players of football. That baby you can take to the bank and the NFL league know it too! Believe me, we all been down that path before so who are we to judge? All of us have some skeletons in our closets that we do not want to see on a big screen. Like T.D. Jakes would say we would all run out and hide if our life was put on a big screen. I would have to say that may very well be a true statement.
Michael Vick #7 of the Atlanta Falcons jumps into the end zone as Ryan Nece #56 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers falls during their game on September 17, 2006 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
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