Vince Young writes apology letter to Jeff Fisher, wants another shot to play in the NFL

Vince Young is apologizing again... but does he deserve another chance?

3/6/13 in NFL   |   Pat   |   5232 respect

Aug 17, 2012; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Vince Young (10) looks on during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome. The Vikings defeated the Bills 36-14. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY SportsIt's not the first time Vince Young has apologized to Jeff FIsher, but he has written a letter to his former coach letting him know that he regrets the way he handled himself off the field, and that he was taken advantage of.

Young says he hopes that teams can realize that he's a free agent because of his off-field problems, not his on-field performance.

Unfortunately for Young, his on-field performance wasn't nearly as impressive as he would like to believe. Let's not forget that he has more interceptions than touchdowns in his career, and a career QB rating of 74.4.

But still, VY10 is a bit delusional:
"I don’t really feel like it was my game, I just feel like it was some off-the-field issues, with some of the things that, as I was cleaning up a lot of the mess outside the field, I really feel like teams don’t want their quarterback to be in that position, of being distracted. It was nothing about my game, it’s just those things have to be cleared up before I get that opportunity."

We'll see if he gets a phone call, since there are a lot of teams out there in desperate need of a QB, and this year's draft isn't anywhere near as loaded as last year, when it comes to the QB position.

Personally, I think Vince is done. He seems to think differently, however, and it only takes one team desperate enough to try to revive his career.

Where do you think he'll end up? Jacksonville? Arizona? Or a golf course somewhere?
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3/6/13   |   Jess   |   34829 respect

Well it just makes sense that he would end up on the Jets roster. C'mon now.