‘Smoking (LeSean McCoy) by five yards’ in the 40, expect Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick to earn another Comeback Player of the Year award in 2013


Even as a 32-year-old, Michael Vick is still faster than LeSean McCoy.

In response to the 2011 All-Pro running back calling the greatest rushing quarterback in NFL history an “old man,” Michael Vick agreed to race LeSean McCoy in the 40 and “smoked him by five yards” on Thursday.

Considering the 24-year-old McCoy completed the 40-yard dash in 4.50 seconds at Pittsburgh’s Pro Day in 2009, the victory proves that Bad Newz Kennels’ mastermind can still blaze on the gridiron.

Removed from a disappointing 2012 campaign with the Eagles (4-12), Vick is an ideal candidate to earn another Comeback Player of the Year award while operating new coach Chip Kelly’s unpredictable and rapid no-huddle offense.

Forced to perform behind a depleted line that couldn’t block Lindsay Lohan on smack, the four-time Pro Bowl passer had no chance to succeed in Philadelphia.

The 32-year-old Vick, who missed winning the MVP race by a pube two seasons ago, is surrounded by dynamic playmakers and can again dominate if protected in the pocket.

Throwing 123 touchdowns for 20,274 yards since debuting as the first pick in the 2001 draft, expect Michael Vick to “smoke” defenders and fly as an Eagle in “The City of Brotherly Love” this autumn.

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