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SledNeck

This certainly makes it easier.

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SledNeck

Easier to go hunting all day on sundays!

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kentuck_ike

I agree, I bleed purple and will always be a fan, but I just have a hard time suffering through games like the last two.

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Whoaru99

I'm not sure which makes me more angry - watching the Vikings play, or myself for not making other plans on Sundays. I'm starting to think the latter...

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sodajerk

Our beloved Purple and Gold are a shadow of their former selves, that's for sure.

Zygi and Brad Childress may have a plan and a strategy that will pay off in a year or two, but I can't see it happening. We either have a good offense or a good defense on this team, never both at the same time, and you need both units to be at least passably good to have a hope of a Super Bowl win.

I see Brad being canned after making us all suffer through another season of this (after the '08 season) and the team having to start all over again in '09.

If the pathetic play of the last couple weeks continues there will be TV blackouts anyway, so deciding whether to watch the Vikes or go hunting won't be an issue unless it's an away game.

What makes it even worse is that the hated Packers and the ever-annoying Bert Farv are steamrolling every team they face, and may just be the real deal. Man, I despise Farv, but I sure wish he had been a Viking all these years. laugh.gif We would probably have had 3 SB wins through the Cris Carter/ Randy Moss/ Robert Smith years with Bert at the helm.

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Down to Earth

Look at the bright side: The way Holcolmb played on Sunday at least you guys don't have a QB controversy. laugh.gif

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bottomdweller

If the games keep going the way they are I hope Brad doesnt make it to the end of the year. How can a big money O line be so inept. I dont care who you stick in at quarterback, we will lose with the way they are playing.

I wouldnt have given Brad the chance to come back this year.

But I dont know that much about the game.

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walleyes12

I hope childress looses his job by the end of the year. A good coach should be able to make adjustments when needed, not stick to a game plan through the whole game. Detroit and KC both killed our offense by blitzing every down. You would think a few adjustments in the offensive scheme should be made?? Just my 2 Cents

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IFallsRon

The trouble goes beyond Chilly. They keep drafting the same old crap. The free agents they bring in are playing out their careers.

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walleyes12

I agree they have had some horrible draft picks, but I am very happy with this years draft pick. Heck AP is our offense

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Stratosman

Yeah it would be REAL bad without him...Christ I get absolutely sick of watching the opposing team just abandon the running game and complete pass after pass. We make every QB we play look like a pro bowler.

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MidCoast

If you play in multi fantasy football leagues like I do, you will be glued to the tv screen on Sundays and MOnday nights!

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