The Fallacy of The Michael Vick Experience By Matt Lombardo

Michael Vick looked the part of both a Pro Bowler and an average quarterback at times during the 2010 NFL Season.   Taking It to the House’s Matt Lombardo believes defenses now know how to neutralize him.  Making him wonder, if Vick can overcome his own deficiencies and solve the schemes that have plagued him for years.

On January 23, 2005 at Lincoln Financial Field, the Philadelphia Eagles broke through the glass ceiling of the NFC Championship game for the team’s first trip to the Super Bowl in 25 years, after beating the Atlanta Falcons 27-10.  This game represented the high watermark for Michael Vick so far in his over 10-year NFL career and was his closest chance to date at hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. That day, despite boasting the league’s No.1 ranked rushing offense and a defense that sent two players to the Pro Bowl, Vick was unable to carry the “Dirty Birds” to Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, FL. Continue reading “The Fallacy of The Michael Vick Experience By Matt Lombardo”