Falcons Fans Wear ATL Vick Jerseys To Georgia Dome

The Atlanta Falcons played an amazing game against the Philadelphia Eagles and their win will not go unnoticed…

But one thing a lot of people mentioned is how many Michael Vick jerseys there were at the Georgia Dome.

For years now Vick’s Atlanta Falcons jersey has been a permanent fixture at every Atlanta home game–even after the QB was incarcerated. Some expected Sunday night to be an exception due to it being the official reunion game between Vick and the Falcons and also due to the fact that the home team needed their fans support after last week’s loss.

However, there were still plenty of number seven Vick jerseys in the stands—ATL jerseys and Philadelphia jerseys.

Say what you want about the man, but when you can go back to a former team’s territory and get support from the home fans that you disappointed years prior, YOU ARE THAT MAN.

*Some Falcon fans felt disrespected when Vick pointed at the scoreboard as he walked off the field to the locker room due to a collision with his teammate, so I have a feeling there may be less Vick jerseys in the stands next home game.

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