I've been Vick's one of biggest anti-advocates and Vick was the aseron I flipped home teams after 20 years. So I took it a little personally. That said, everything he says is kind of douchey. For example: You don't say, If I would have played the whole game, I think we would have won. Oh, thanks, Mike for addressing the elephant in the room that everyone, even the reporters, had class enough not to say. He might as well have said, Good thing Kolb got brain whacked so we could see my amazing skills. Too bad he didn't bump his head during warm-ups or we'd be popping champagne right now. I see someone who has paid a price, I don't see someone who is humbled. It's sad to me, because he is truly amazing and the most exciting football player I've ever seen. It's just hard to root for someone who says stuff like that. It may be true, but there are a lot of things that are true that we don't say. Peyton Manning is great and he never talks about how great he is. That's why people root for him. This is a great post, though, and I agree that he paid a price. But unlike other felons in his position who get out of prison, move into a halfway house and do labor for pennies, he's going to make 5 million dollars this year. For most, this would ruin their lives. For him, it was a temporary setback.