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Andy Reid discusses his two quarterbacks, Michael Vick and Kevin Kolb, with Brian Billick.
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We're -- started because you know -- and where I am now -- watch -- from the outside and open it it's almost comical. To watch teams have to deal with. The absolute panic oval and won the world over as we know what talk a little bit about dealing with that mentality. I think you heard those stats that were out there for -- -- too that you it. Basically 13%. Chance of making it. Into the playoffs as -- -- whatever realism and I sure I don't listen to much and I've started to have two before and so. And things have worked out fine but you've been part of that percent you know that's right and I've I've been there. Let's talk about the quarterback situation and the pressure put on the players and coaches around well you know it it obviously does thank Dennis Michael is. Been in the mix before and then a superstar before where he can step in and he knows how to control the hole and and do all the things the small things it takes to play quarterback in this league. If that's not the case. Then it's real tough it's rural tough. But I I've got the luxury where it got that in here were when he stepped in as a relief pitcher. Everything kind of works moved. There's no question leadership comes from the quarterback position but when you have two guys does that change the dynamic. Well I don't think it does just know on the way these two guys are wired. I think it's important and and Michael those follow this or you're gonna have. A Michael Vick on your team. That -- he's humble guy and Michael's very very humble he understands the situation he's been great whether it. And that is not -- their stirring it up which he would never do and so. That allows -- younger quarterback. To be able. Work it bettering his game as he goes on throughout the season. Talk a little bit your whole line coach there you work with a line at times do your linemen have to take into account. The different styles of play of these two guys because they're very different in terms of obviously their capabilities. I mean obviously the assignment stays the same. But when you've got a guy as mobile as Michael Vick compared to a guy like Kevin cop that's apt to stay in the pocket a little bit longer. Do they have to take that into account. You know -- that that's a great point and you that you normally do I mean you've got you've got to block forever when you have not that you shouldn't anyways but with a Michael -- He -- -- that volume -- buffer in the when somebody's taking off and pursue in the in your direction. You you've got to let go eat yet he can hang on now. I think the one advantage we had there is Donovan McNabb. Was here for so many years -- and all played. With Donovan that they can understand that game they know. How to make that thing work and and and therefore you don't get the holding calls that you might get if you know they had. I'm not come out of left field will be here and because I'm talking -- John Harbaugh later today and a couple of the coaches there were a couple roughing the quarterback. Penalties called yesterday. That we're just real heads fractures you know we all know about the rules got to protect the quarterback and I understand all that. But there were a lot yesterday where it's Mike Cox where where we tell these guys to hit the quarterback. Are -- getting to a point where that needs to be reexamined little bit. Well I think every gets too carried away the league will do that the competition committee got a few coaches are gonna like that you know not. No reason rehashing thing at the end -- -- that is too skewed one way. And you know I think it's when you start here in the quarterbacks say things like. Or look at their expressions on the close ups on TV where they've they've got to roll their eyes -- they say. You know work out tough guys to that than you know that the price need to. Look -- a little closer from. From the rules -- -- I've man on no life's good one -- one of the whole world is yours now you you enjoy the weekend notably a lot easier week for good luck this week. All right you're doing great and.