Michael Vick

AP PHotoSteve Helber, Pool

Why is this $100 million dog killer man so upset?

Eagles quarterback Michael Vick had his right-hand bruised (Vick throws left-handed) in Sunday's game against the Giants—and left the game! At first it was reported that Vick's hand was broken, luckily (for the team) Vick's hand was only bruised. And this only a week after he was taken out with a concussion.

So Michael, do tell how does it feel to get beat and why so blue?

Hey, at least you didn't have to fight for it, you're getting paid millions and—best of all—they didn't kill you just because you were a bit broken. 

So cheer up!

The Giants are speaking out as well, defending their plays against Vick and claiming that they were "putting great legal hits on him."

It looked pretty legal to us, too. While we may not know everything about the game of football, we do know that karma works in mysterious ways.

"Every time I throw the ball, in all my highlights and just watching film in general, every time I throw the ball, I'm on the ground, getting hit in the head," Vick bitched at a post-game press conference. "And I don't know why I don't get the 15-yard flags like everybody else does."

Vick is clearly referring to QBs like Tom Brady and Drew Brees, insinuating that they get preferential treatment and that he doesn't.

While Vick stated that he was not blaming the referees, he nonetheless made it pretty clear he was: "I'm not blaming the referees by any stretch, so let's not get it twisted here," Vick said. "I'm just saying I think everybody on the field should do their job."

Quite the stink for a bruised hand, geez, imagine if they electrocuted him?

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