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bassNspear

Vikings Offence SUCKS

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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

Can it get any worse. It is something that has to be fixed. There HORRIBLE

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IFallsRon    0
IFallsRon

No WRs. Troy Williamson couldn't catch a cold.

Have you ever seen such a bunch of crap just collecting a check.

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buzzsaw    0
buzzsaw

Okay... I give up on Troy Williamson... he CANNOT hold a (Contact Us Please) football!! It's time for a Jerry Porter trade and the Tarvaris jackson project to begin.

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vikingtom    0
vikingtom

I'm out of state, How many drops today?

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fishyguy    0
fishyguy

I can think of three

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vikingtom    0
vikingtom

Maybe we need to bring back Carter or Rashad.

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SledNeck    4
SledNeck

We need a coach who doesnt call for a throw into double and triple coverage with a dead amred QB when the game is on the line. I hope we lose out and wilf cleans house again.

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Sandmannd    11
Sandmannd

I think Childress is a decent coach. I don't like running on 2nd and one. Would like to see a try downfield. But then when your best option is Troy Williamson, you should maybe be just a rushing team. Will this guy ever learn to catch. The last one hit him in the chest, all he had to do was hold it there.

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mnwild    0
mnwild

huh- 9-3 final score, this has got to be the most pathetic offensive team I have seeing in my lifetime. Your going against the worst def possible and thats all you can get is 3pts, sorry you suck !!!!! Ha HA!!

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LMITOUT    29
LMITOUT

Well there's one of the four "gimmie" games the Vikes supposedly had on their upcoming schedule. Don't count your chickens before they're hatched!!!!!!

Talk about boring....I finally had to switch the TV over to the paint drying channel and then put the grass growing channel in picture-in-picture and had a better time watching that. grin.gif

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bottomdweller    0
bottomdweller

Also, how about the great Offensive line. Good lord,they cant block to save theyre souls. Just outright terrible

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soldoncass

I saw 2 little problems with the Vikes today.... No offensive line and No receivers.... Oh wait, those are HUGE problems!! Both Taylors look good, and Johnson is adequete when he has time back there. Anybody know somebody who can play WR or Offensive Tackle?? I saw a few jobs that should be open. grin.gif

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otto_man    0
otto_man

next weeks Packer/Viking game will be one for the ages,,, NOT...

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vikingtom    0
vikingtom

Coach doesn't throw the ball. Johnson does. Are u sure it ain't Johnson trying to make a play which is wrong. He has not too much time to look at other option. Bring back Tark. or Kreamer

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bassNspear

The first problem that we have is that Johnson is time to walk away from the game. Last year he had Wideouts. This year the vickings dont have anything but the run. Its time for the Vickings to start the young QB. Johnsons time is over. Time for a change. I can tell you this, its only going to get better, it cant get any worse. The D fence is playing well, and its sad to say that for once the d fence on the field for the vikings is better then the offence. Thats bad

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NAPAFISH    0
NAPAFISH

Is it me?? Doesn't it seem like Childress needs glasses??

Everytime I see him, he seems to be squinting. Trying to see whats going on on the field. Sorry for the thread Hijack

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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

Hes Doing everything that he can to help the team. I respect what he has done. There defence is awesome, but they need to change things up on offence.

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Central Bassman    0
Central Bassman

Viks suck Peroid!!!!

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bassNspear    0
bassNspear

Got that right. They better figure something out down the streach run

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The Yeti    0
The Yeti

I know they do not have all cylinders running to contend, but, I am very impressed with how we have got the running game started this year. Pound em up the middle or off tackle. It's good to see. Chester Taylor has done a fantastic job this year.

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bassNspear

Taylor is all they got

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