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joemac

Mike Vick needs to be in Carolina?

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So says Jimmy Johnson on Fox, just now.....'

I know its been beaten into the ground around here, but I for one am for it.

Let the flaming begin.

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why does everybody want vick he sucks at qb i dont wont him in carolina we need a real qb for a change

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why does everybody want vick he sucks at qb i dont wont him in carolina we need a real qb for a change

sucks at qb?!?!? didnt you see that TD pass to Maclin last week??? The guy is soooo good.

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Bring him in, let him and Moore battle it out, and see what happens. What could it hurt?

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No cause if he beat out Matt in Fox eyes(bad eyes), we'll be doomed

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What and have 2 has beens sitting on the bench? It aint gonna happen, please stop kidding yourself.

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why does everybody want vick he sucks at qb i dont wont him in carolina we need a real qb for a change
Yea his name is Matt Moore. Where have you been for the past 5 weeks. BTW vick is a overrated QB. The only thing he can do good is run mainly. Vick has a strong arm but his accuracy sucks. Moore is our future QB!!!!

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I don't understand.

We already have quarterbacks

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