Michael Vick quickly tired of saying he's frustrated
Michael Vick said he doesn’t want to continue to use the word frustrating.
Maybe he would consider the word “stunned?”
How else do you describe the Philadelphia Eagles, who are 1-3 after opening the season as a popular Super Bowl pick by many.
“It’s shocking. It’s frustrating. Other than that, I don’t know what to say,” Vick said, according to the Philadelphia Daily News.
“We just have to figure it all out. We need to take the coaches out of the equation,” he continued. “We have to take into consideration ourselves and go out and make it happen. That’s about it. They can’t go on the field and play for us. We have to go out and make it work. We have to get it done. We have to get it done.”
Hope isn’t lost in Philadelphia, where training camp was filled with one big move after another. But it’s beginning to flicker.
“We had high expectation. We can still do it. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not over,” Vick said. “We have to dig deep. There’s really nothing else to be said. It’s self-explanatory.
“Do I really have to explain how I feel at 1-3? Do I really have to explain that to everyone here? It’s frustrating. I can’t put that into words.”
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