|Welcome, Philadelphia Eagles fans.|
Philadelphia's defense is good, very good, with a high-pressure pass rush and a tight-covering, ball-hawking secondary. Edge: Eagles.
Their top running back, LeSean "Shady" McCoy is also very effective. Their special teams are well-coached (Bobby April), so they may have an edge over the Steelers in that department.
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Setting aside the fact that Vick, at 32 years of age, is still not a consistently good quarterback, Vick retains the image of a reptilean cretin; a slimy, self-centered, remorseless, loathsome blockhead without conscience; and an overpaid whiner.
More relevant to Sunday's game at Heinz Field is this: After approximately 10 years in the NFL and nearly two years in the federal prison system, Vick is simply not a particularly good quarterback. Which is worse? His inaccurate passing? Or, the fact that he is skittish, brittle and turnover-prone? Yeah.
What? For Vick, you expected roses, bon-bons and bon mots from a blog named Joey Porter's Pit Bulls?