Originally written on Pro Football Zone  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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Eagles quarterback Michael Vick blames thee media for making him change the way he plays the game of football. “I think you got to take on a certain mindset that you’re going play the game all out,” Vick said, via Philly.com. “If you go into a football game not wanting to get hurt or trying not to get hurt, it doesn’t allow you to play the way you want to play.” Vick injured his head, hand, and ribs last season. He missed five games due to a concussion last season. “You guys act like I get hurt once a week,” Vick said to reporters with a media. “You all did that to me. Made me change the way I played the game.” I really like Vick, but it’s funny that he blames the media, since he’s never changed the way he’s played the game.  If he did change he probably would have played an entire 16-game regular season by now.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Michael Vick blames the media for making him change the way he plays appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
4 Comments:
  • Can you imagine having Reporters in your face all day long. I don't know how these guys and girls ( athletes ) do it. They ( Media ) do nothing but create trouble and get paid for it.
  • When you are a loser you tend to blame it on anything else but yourself.
  • Who can he blame for fighting dogs to their death ??

    Come on take resposibilty for your own actions !
  • So I suppose the media made you throw all those INT's and fumble away all those balls Mike? What a sniveling whiner this guy is. The character of this guy is non existent...don't care what he has said and done since the dog fighting/killing scandal...anyone who had it in them to do that in the first place is a major creep with NO character at all.
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