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IFallsRon

It looks like the Trent Green-to-Miami trade could mean the end of D. Culpepper's career.

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eyehunter

It will most likely be the end of his career in Miami that's for sure. Not sure if he will be up to the idea of being a backup on another team though.

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maros91

Green's and Culpepper's career are over after this year. Green is getting old and Daunte's knee is still not healed.

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nofishfisherman

Read an article the other day that said Culpepper got a clean bill of health on the knee and he expects to be competeing for a starting job. Now I know that doesn't mean all that much but there are teams out there that would give Culpepper a chance at starting for them. Culpepper isn't done just yet he still gets atleast one more chance. After all last season really wasn't a fair shot for him, he went out there way before he was ready becuase Nick Saban pushed him into it hoping it would help save his job.

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bottomfeeder

Culpepper will be back with the vikes this year I predict. Good luck with that fellas.

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ChemMechanicInc

Chili doesn't like Daunte

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IFallsRon

No one will pay DC stater money and his agent isn't smart enough to figure it out.

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No one will pay DC stater money and his agent isn't smart enough to figure it out.


DC is his own agent, he does not have one so I guess it is true that he won't figure it out! confused.gif

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Culpepper will be back with the vikes this year I predict. Good luck with that fellas.


That is one of the "top ten" dumbest posts ever on the football board.

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bottomfeeder

Oh that's right you have...ummm...who do you have for a quarterback again? Good luck with that.

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fishin58

Who really could like the guy..blown out knee, worst turnover ratio per snap, and what does he do demands more money. Ya gotta love that attitude. He also has midget fingers and smell like cabbage.

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eyehunter

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He also has midget fingers and smell like cabbage.


What???? Cabbage????

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fishin58

Old Austin Powers Quote, "small hands, smells like cabbage" I really don't know what Daunte smells like, except that he stinks laugh.gif

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Scott K

This off season is sad when all there is to talk about is trent green, or ol cabbage hands cold pepper smirk.gif

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fishin58

All I know is that I am one of the Few, the proud that are having faith in the new Chili Vikes.

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Scott K

I think they will be above 500, but thats about it. I think next year will be a better year, I am not betting they will make the playoffs this year, next?

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All I know is that I am one of the Few, the proud that are having faith in the new Chili Vikes.


I'm with you man. I think that there may be a lot of unproven talent (rookies)on both sides of the ball this year and I can't wait for the season to start.

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Harmonica Bear

The Vikes will rule with Chilly and his "Kick-A$$" offense! grin.gif

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ChemMechanicInc

Having a taltened team doesn't make you win games.

If Peyton were a Vike and was told to either hand it off or dump it to the guy you faked the handoff to, well, clutter sputter, chitty chitty bang bang goes the offense.

Now the Pats with Randy and Brady. Yeah. Oh baby oh baby (Contact Us Please) me now

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