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    Re: Daunte Desperate For Work

    [size=12pt]Culpepper says he'd consider backup role with Pack[/size]
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    "Prophet" wrote:
    [size=12pt]Culpepper says he'd consider backup role with Pack[/size]
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    He should consider role with Baltimore.
    If I were the Pack I'd tell him to go to hell after he shunned them once already.

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    Re: Daunte Desperate For Work

    "ejmat" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    [size=12pt]Culpepper says he'd consider backup role with Pack[/size]
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    He should consider role with Baltimore.
    If I were the Pack I'd tell him to go to hell after he shunned them once already.
    Cam Cameron is the offensive coordinator there and I don't think he wants to see Daunte after booting him out of Miami

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    Re: Daunte Desperate For Work

    Maybe he'll come to MN. LOL
    I see where Childress is really PO'ed about both Booty and Bollinger.
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    Re: Daunte Desperate For Work

    If he was smart, he would talk to the Pats, since the two Matts are horrible and the rookie O'Connell is definitely going to be the #3 QB this season.
    Plus he would get to reunite with Randy.
    They should listen too, after witnessing how ineffective the primary backups were this preseason.
    Either way, if Brady goes down, the Pats can forget about winning much this season.
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    Re: Daunte Desperate For Work

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Maybe he'll come to MN. LOL
    I see where Childress is really PO'ed about both Booty and Bollinger.
    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=1860
    Off topic, but I liked this quote from that article:

    Childress said the one player who stood out to him Thursday was defensive end Brian Robison, who missed the first three preseason games after undergoing surgery on his leg to fix a varicose vein. Robison played most of the game and had three tackles, including one for a loss, and a quarterback hurry.

    Hell yeah... HE'S A BEAST!!!!
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    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Maybe he'll come to MN. LOL
    I see where Childress is really PO'ed about both Booty and Bollinger.
    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=1860
    Off topic, but I liked this quote from that article:

    Childress said the one player who stood out to him Thursday was defensive end Brian Robison, who missed the first three preseason games after undergoing surgery on his leg to fix a varicose vein. Robison played most of the game and had three tackles, including one for a loss, and a quarterback hurry.

    Hell yeah... HE'S A BEAST!!!!
    "He was playing a different speed,” Childress said. “Otis Grigsby is playing a different speed. Those guys jumped out at you like a sore thumb.”

    Not quite the phrasing that I would have used, but oh well.
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    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Maybe he'll come to MN. LOL
    I see where Childress is really PO'ed about both Booty and Bollinger.
    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=1860
    “Both quarterbacks were average,” Childress said. “Is that disappointing? Yeah. Average is about the worst thing you can say about somebody. Average.”
    I would like to believe that Childress is bright enough to differentiate between a six-yr never-has-done-anything vet and a rookie when analyzing their production.
    I saw Booty showing some promise later in the first half....considering that he has hardly even played at the NFL level versus Bollinger who has experience....there is no way I could lump them into the same category when deciding how well, or in this case, how poorly they both played.

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    If he was smart...
    There are many examples to show that is not the case.
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    "Prophet" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Maybe he'll come to MN. LOL
    I see where Childress is really PO'ed about both Booty and Bollinger.
    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=1860
    “Both quarterbacks were average,” Childress said. “Is that disappointing? Yeah. Average is about the worst thing you can say about somebody. Average.”
    I would like to believe that Childress is bright enough to differentiate between a six-yr never-has-done-anything vet and a rookie when analyzing their production.
    I saw Booty showing some promise later in the first half....considering that he has hardly even played at the NFL level versus Bollinger who has experience....there is no way I could lump them into the same category when deciding how well, or in this case, how poorly they both played.

    Plus Wade dropped a nice pass from Booty that would have gone for a long gain.
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