Football fans either loved his unorthodox play and other-worldly skills, or they hated his inability to become the prototype drop-back quarterback.
But today, Vick has few supporters of any kind. The gruesome dog fighting allegations against him leave no room for sympathy.
Make no mistake: within the next few months, Vick will be in prison. To believe otherwise is to bet against the federal government, which has a 95-percent conviction rate in cases like this. Vick can afford to hire the best lawyers in the country, but not even a player with a $130 million contract has more resources than Uncle Sam. Full story at UticaOD.com