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Vick Apologizes To Redskins Cheerleaders

Posted by Brian Tinsman on October 17, 2011 – 2:55 pm

In one of the stranger moments of yesterday’s game, Eagles quarterback Michael Vick went from being a quarterback/running back, to kickoff specialist.

Unfortunately, the Redskins returner was wearing makeup and carrying pink pom-poms:

No question that the man is outlaw at FedExField, but kudos to him for apologizing profusely to the ladies on the field.

Vick also ended his post-game press conference with another shout-out to the first ladies of Redskins Nation:

Kicking random sideline objects as you run out of bounds seems like a pretty dumb display of emotion, but credit Vick for taking responsibility and apologizing, again.

Spirit fingers, all around.

Now you may all return to muttering about him under your breath.

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8 Responses to “Vick Apologizes To Redskins Cheerleaders”

  1. By Captain Chaos-Obvious on Oct 17, 2011 | Reply

    “Throwing the football as you run out of bounds seems like a pretty dumb display of emotion, but credit Vick for taking responsibility and apologizing, again.”

    He didn’t throw the football as he ran out of bounds, he’s holding it the whole time.

  2. By Brian Tinsman on Oct 17, 2011 | Reply

    @Captain Chaos-Obvious-

    That’s what I said too, but we had a PR guy on the sidelines. The camera cuts away from the aerial angle midway through, and apparently Vick gets a good bounce back to him. He threw the ball.

  3. By Brian Tinsman on Oct 17, 2011 | Reply

    CORRECTION: Should have trusted my gut, he did kick it.

  4. By Carl007 on Oct 17, 2011 | Reply

    Much ado about nothing much. The focus should be on the fact that there was virtually no game plan in place to account for Vick’s broken plays, the same kind of plays he killed us with last season in the 59-28 mugging on the same field.

    Instead of focusing on Vick losing his head for a brief instant and kicking a wayward football, how about we all realize that the Redskins are in deep trouble with no QB, RB by committee and a coaching staff that does very little from week-to-week to account for the next opponent’s strengths???

  5. By Justin on Oct 19, 2011 | Reply

    or how about the fact that beck played good? seriously carl, you mustve not watched the game. i saw alot of dropped passes when beck threw the ball, i blame the recievers and rex grossman for this loss. pretty much, beck played like someone who deserves a starting job. what amazes me most, is that out of all of grossmans interceptions, they were ALL his fault. so shove it

  6. By Chris A on Oct 19, 2011 | Reply

    You guys aren’t the brightest…he KICKED something on the sideline and it flew in the direction of the cheerleaders….the article is about Vick as a KICKOFF specialist….he didnt throw anything!!!

  7. By James on Oct 19, 2011 | Reply

    mike vick is FAR from the only player to let his emotions get to him…tons of players do stuff like this it was only a big deal cuz it was at a cheerleader which you can genuinely tell he was sorry for…grow up

  8. By Carl007 on Oct 19, 2011 | Reply

    Justin, go take your meds. I was a Redskins fan before you were even born, so close your ignorant pie hole!!!

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