I agree. Vick did his time and seems truly remorseful. Give him a shot and leave him alone. As for why Vick was given more time than Stallworth, I'll paste the answer I gave to a similar question a few days ago:
There are several reasons (Not that I agree with all of them, they just are what they are).
1) Vick's case was VERY easy for a prosecuting attorney to win. His co-conspirators testified against him. As far as Donte Stallworth's case is concerned, if he had pleaded not guilty, its very possible he would have won the case. Although he was under the influence of alcohol, the guy was J Walking (which is illegal in most places, by the way) and Stallworth was within the speed limit. I'm not trying to defend Stallworth, but his case would have been a difficult one.
2) Vick intentionally harmed the dogs, in full knowledge of the consequences. While it is true that Stallworth intentionally drank alcohol and got behind the wheel of a car, he didn't intentionally kill the guy. Unfortunately in this country you get off easy for DUIs.
3) Public relations. Whoever Stallworth's PR reps/legal team is... their work was pure genius. He handled the situation afterward as best as one possibly could. He immediately admitted guilt and was nothing but apologetic. (This in particular is why the media is so forgiving of him, and possibly why they aren't bothering to ask this question.)
4) Jail time wasn't the only punishment. Stallworth surrendered his drivers license for life. He also paid the family of his victim massive amounts of money. And he has a very hefty parole agreement. Stallworth didn't get off quite as lightly as many people seem to think.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to watching the Eagles offense in action this season.