Michael Vick's star was on the rise until he pleaded guilty in 2007 for running a dogfighting ring. Many said his career was over, at least if he wanted to play quarterback. Now, after 21 months in federal prison, then sitting for a year on the Philadelphia Eagles' bench, he has stepped into the shoes of the departed Donovan McNabb. Vick is putting up MVP-like numbers and has turned the Eagles into legitimate Super Bowl contenders. The man known as a running quarterback is showing he can now do the job in the pocket, although he still puts his legs to work, showing why he is still arguably the most dangerous player in the NFL.