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....to watch an entire Vikings game

I sure hope AP doesn't go the way of Liriano

and EA better keep him off the cover of Madden next year grin.gif

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lookincalifornia

let's see if he gets more than 12 carries next week tongue.gif

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zamboni

Yeah it was a great Vikes game. Fantasy wise, I played my brother in law, who has Addai, Moss and Brady on his team. Needless to say, I lost

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PierBridge
AD was incredible today....again!

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Scott M

That's an understatement. NFL rushing record. This guy is amazing. I wish the Vikes played like that every week. It would be nice to knock the Pack off their high horse next week.

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DTro

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AD
was incredible today....again!


I can see that because if I was referring to you, PI makes more sense than PB smirk.gif

Guess I'm not on a first name basis with him.

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bottomdweller

Wow was not expecting the vikes to play a game like that.

I hope bollinger takes all the snaps for the rest of the year. D was great, O line mucho better, and AP simply unreaaaaaaal.

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Scott K

Hopefully they can light up the pack, and shut up some of these cheeseheads on here! I am getting sick of hearing how great Favre is! grin.gif Go Vikes!

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I hope bollinger takes all the snaps for the rest of the year.


I heard on the radio this morning, they're already saying TJack will be starting next week. It's obvious to me the offense runs much better under Bollinger. Bollinger is no savior, but TJack is just plain terrible. Frustrating.

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PierBridge

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AD
was incredible today....again!


I can see that because if I was referring to you, PI makes more sense than PB smirk.gif

Guess I'm not on a first name basis with him.


It's not his first name AD is the initials of his nickname he's had since High School it stands for All Day which he likes better then the obvious AP which most everyone calls him.

I think of Anthony Peeler when I here AP... wink.gif

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bottomdweller

Are you kidding, theyre going to start Jackson? What a bummer. I was hoping to see Jackson progress but he looks uncapable of doing so. They need a vet qb in the offseason and this team will have some playoff capability.

cant wait for the big rivalry getting plenty of ribbing over here in cheese land. Vikes need this win, I need this win for some sanity. Go Vikes

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gopher_nation

i heard that jackson had a concussion on sunday, so he is probably out for the packer game and the vikes are looking for a new qb as we speak.

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i heard that jackson had a concussion on sunday, so he is probably out for the packer game and the vikes are looking for a new qb as we speak.


If healthy Jackson is going to play. The Vikes are looking for a QB because Jackson is questionable and Holcomb still has neck issues. The QB they will sign will be a 1 week emergency stand in with a clipboard. The last QB to be signed was Todd Bouman by Jacksonville, if that gives you any indication of what is available out there.

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lookincalifornia

i wonder what jeff george is up to? grin.gif

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Whats two minute tommy up too crazy.gif

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