You Kill Dogs? We’ll Break Your Legs

Just to illustrate a point I made earlier about the National Football League players, they are now threatening to physically injure Vick the Puppy Drowner.

The high-profile NFL player—whose team will play Vick’s Atlanta Falcons during the 2007 season—tells Radar that a number of the league’s canine-friendly players are licking their chops at the opportunity to inflict some on-field vigilante justice on the world’s most famous alleged pup-drowner.

Ya boy, the old eye for an eye deal, or something like that. Kill a dog, we’ll kill your career and livelihood.

Trying to kill the opposing quarterback is nothing new in the NFL, but the player believes the attacks on Vick will be especially brutal and dirty, and may even be aided by the Falcons offensive line, who, according to the source, have indicated that they will make sure the opposition has all the room and time that they need to land a hit that will send the quarterback into early retirement.

There’s teamwork for you, the guy hasn’t been convicted of anything except being a total jerk, moron, dimwit, but the players will dish out their justice. The NFL has a major problem on their hands, and they need to deal with it now before it hits the courts. Suspend Vick. But even at that, if he gets hurt, there is always going to be that nagging suspicion that some lineman was just half a tick slow in blocking to protect the quarterback.

The NFL is full of animals.

Drew Carry said last night on Letterman, if Vick takes the field, he’ll never watch an NFL game again.

Here’s a friendly reminder from the senior Senator from West Virginia how killing dogs is a no-no.  Watch as how explains how he doesn’t like putting people to death, but he would make an exception in Vick’s case.

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You Kill Dogs? We’ll Break Your Legs — 12 Comments

  1. I found someone that perhaps merits having at least their fingers broken for ripping off my blog. Instead of NFL players doing the deed, do we think we could find a pro blogger (or a gang of them) to do the deed?

  2. I left a comment on their site that will probably be trashed. I reported them to Blogger – but get this – Google who owns Blogger tells me that if I want to sue, yada, yada, fax the info, get a lawyer, be prepared to spend up to $100,000, yada, yada, “You’re SOL.” That’s why the finger-breaking has some appeal 😉

    Outing them simply sends traffic to the site which appears to have been set up as a splog – a spam blog – whatever that is! Yeah, I do sort of know. They rip off your content, present it as their own, bring in the traffic and get Google’s AdSense to pay them.

  3. It will help your technorati rating… tiny silver lining. Splogs are definitely a problem!

  4. No, it won’t help. There’s no link to me, no mention of my name or anything. “They” totally win.

  5. Back to the subject at hand, Vick is so despicable for what he was doing that I wouldn’t mind whatsoever if he were beaten to death on the field by the entire NFL.

    Just my two cents…No punishment would be bad enough for this man. And I don’t usually even believe in the death penalty.

  6. At the risk of getting my legs/fingers/other appendages broken for this statement: That guy needs to retire. That much repetition and slurring usually denotes senility or drunkeness.

    It is horribly cruel what Vick has done, but if only NFL players would get so worked up and involved in cruelty to children. If they’d sic a few child rapists and molesters, I bet the incidences would slow down or stop altogether.

    *steps down off her soap box*

  7. Yup. I agree about the kids, probably more than a few have offspring they aren’t supporting.

  8. What a dumb slob Vick is! I think a lot of pro athletes need to start acting like the role models they are whether they want to be or not. I’m tired od seeing these guys acting like slobs. On the other hand, you see guys like the LeBron James and Eric Snow who are giving back to their communities. We need more of these guys.

  9. Isn’t that sad? Getting old is unavoidable and I may look like that someday. But I won’t be in the Senate. What are the people of VA thinking???