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I like when people start to criticize and complain. It tells me that the fear of change
is in the air and that is the way they are compelled to deal with it. It means to me
that somebody is doing something right. Of course, there are those who get paid to
deliver a disparaging word to keep any due hype in check, especially in sports where
the business of hype often generates more revenue than the business of the sport
itself. American football is the world’s most popular sport, so hype is something it
doesn’t really need. But there is something happening now that the league didn’t
ask for: a major overhaul to the entire look and feel of the game.

Football is a team sport, much more than any other major sport. That in itself
makes this phenomenon even more significant than it otherwise would be. In sports,
there are few legendary talents. Athletes who possess intangibles that players of
similar talent do not. Then there are those who elevate the status of their sport to
heights never before seen or imagined. But there is one other level of athletic
aptitude defined by players who possess so much athletic genius that the game can
no longer contain them. They can’t help it, it just happens. They don’t just play the
game. They change the game.

We saw it in basketball with Michael Jordan. We are witnessing it now in golf with
Tiger Woods. Baseball had Babe Ruth. Wayne Gretzky did it in hockey. Football can
thank Lawrence Taylor for changing the way defense is played. Now it can point to
MVProdigy as the One who will lift up the standard for the future of pro football.

Mike Vick is the most exciting player in football, if not the most exciting athlete in
sports. He has led a perennial loser to elite status in the National Football League.
His team, the Atlanta Falcons, are a legitimate contender to win the Super Bowl. He
is the most feared player in the league. Period. While in college at Virginia Tech he
was touted as ‘The Future’. His moves with the ball cause future hall of fame
defensive backs look like they belong in Sunday School. It’s appropriate that he’s a
Falcon because once he takes off, you’re not catching him.

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