It may seem a bit far fetched to everyone else, but Jets quarterback Michael Vick thinks he can lead the New York to a Super Bowl.
“I just feel like I can help any football team, any organization, particularly this football team, get to a Super Bowl,” Vick told the Daily News on Thursday. “It’s tough at this stage of my career because I still feel like I’m a fairly young player and I can still keep up. People make it seem like I’m getting older and things are not the same. I beg to differ.”
“Sometimes, I feel like I’ve been dealt the short end of the stick because I haven’t had all those components over the years,” he said. “I never complained because this is an unbelievable league, it’s a great league and I’ve been blessed to play in it. Of course, I wish I had a Super Bowl and wish I could have accomplished more things. But, hey, I still got an opportunity and that’s what I am thinking.”
Nothing is impossible and what else is Vick supposed to set his sights on but the highest achievable goal? However, before winning the Super Bowl he’ll have to win the competition to be starting quarterback.
H/T: NY Daily News