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Michael Vick is competing with Geno Smith for the New York Jets starting quarterback job. Vick is coming in as the underdog looking to take the job away from Smith.

If the veteran QB isn't able to land the starting job, will he just sit on the bench for the entire 2014 NFL season New York? That doesn't seem to be in the Jets' plans.

Vick plans to get some playing time each game if he's not the starting QB.

"I think the Vick signing makes sense on a couple other levels. One, Michael Vick's been to the highs and the lows in the NFL, and that wisdom and experience is important, that's so valuable that he can pass along to Geno Smith," general manager Mike Tannenbaum said on "Inside Training Camp Live."

"But there's another part that I know is really important to Rex Ryan, which is Michael Vick's gonna play this year ... he likes when the ball is in the hands of the quarterback that can make plays either throwing or running.

"And it may be five plays one game, it may be 25 another game. But he is going to put pressure on the defense by giving the ball to a quarterback that can make plays with his feet."

Seems very similar to how the Jets planned to use Tim Tebow when he was on the Jets. Hopefully they learned from their mistakes and use Vick.

Better yet, let's just hope he starts so we won't have to deal with that drama.


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