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Vikes at ST Louis

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traveler

I like the Vikes today, by at least a touchdown. Who's with me?

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kfk

I'm with you!

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PurpleFloyd

Sure

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FISHINGURU

Stick a fork in them Rams, I wish they had Bradford playing though.

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schmitty3

Don't underestimate that St. Louis defense. The O-line is gonna have to play well to give Cassel the time he needs, as he doesn't seem to handle pressure real well.

I'm interested to see how Kalil looks...

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BuckSutherland

Vikes 23or27 Rams 17.

I look for us to be 8-8 or 9-7 this year as long as we can stay healthy. I hope we win the turnover battle this season, and cut back on some of the stupid penalties.

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Hester

I agree with ^

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phorn

Vikes by 10!!!!!! Adrian 120yds 2 tds....:)

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russ

Adrian who??

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Bryce

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certified jumbo

Patterson is good, real good.

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CaptainMusky

Peterson was Rusty which can be expected but it will be a tough road the next several weeks. If we can go 500 though the next 6 games I will be impressed.

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hugonian1

Great road win today.

Nice to see the defense going in the right direction.

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FISHINGURU

I don't even think AP was that rusty, they were just making some real nice tackles. They have one of the best defensive fronts in football.

Solid victory we needed that one!

Patterson > Percy

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fishersofmen

I already have my spot on the parade route.

On a side note Peterson did not look the same. Not sure if its rust or what. I've never seen him get tackled multiple times so easily with one arm grabs etc. Speed and power didn't seem to be there today.

Defense looked great.

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fishersofmen

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Love it. grin

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Sandmannd

Very good game, the D played great. Patterson was awesome. Peterson didn't do great by his standards but was still very good.

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