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    Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

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    That's what a Vikings victory is going to look like this season, folks. Two defensive touchdowns (interception returns by Pat Williams and Antoine Winfield) and loads of production from rookie running back Adrian Peterson in their 24-3 win over Atlanta. No wonder Minnesota didn't mind going with Tavaris Jackson at quarterback. His only job is to just not get in the way......

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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

    That would be KEVIN Williams Don.
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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

    "PurplePeopleEaters" wrote:
    That would be KEVIN Williams Don.
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    Nice i didnt evem see that he got it wrong

    you my friend have good eyes

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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/writers/don_banks/09/09/snap.judgments/index.html

    That's what a Vikings victory is going to look like this season, folks. Two defensive touchdowns (interception returns by Pat Williams and Antoine Winfield) and loads of production from rookie running back Adrian Peterson in their 24-3 win over Atlanta. No wonder Minnesota didn't mind going with Tavaris Jackson at quarterback. His only job is to just not get in the way......
    The only way Pat Williams returns a interception for 50 plus yards is if he can stop halfway for a breather.
    He ia a big boy.....and I am glad he is ours

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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

    "NDVikingFan66" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/writers/don_banks/09/09/snap.judgments/index.html

    That's what a Vikings victory is going to look like this season, folks. Two defensive touchdowns (interception returns by Pat Williams and Antoine Winfield) and loads of production from rookie running back Adrian Peterson in their 24-3 win over Atlanta. No wonder Minnesota didn't mind going with Tavaris Jackson at quarterback. His only job is to just not get in the way......
    The only way Pat Williams returns a interception for 50 plus yards is if he can stop halfway for a breather.
    He ia a big boy.....and I am glad he is ours
    NOw that u mention it i would like to see pat return one for a td

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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

    His only job is to just not get in the way......
    Another "slam" to the Vikes. Guess it won't stop all season until we win the division.
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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

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    His only job is to just not get in the way......
    Another "slam" to the Vikes. Guess it won't stop all season until we win the division.


    He did have this to say about AD though...




    Peterson announced his presence the way to many of the NFL's big-time rookies have of late: With flair. The ex-Sooner ran 19 times for 103 yards, took his only reception for 60 yards and a touchdown, and added a 22-yard kickoff return. If we're not looking at the 2007 Offensive rookie of the year in Peterson, I'm going to be stunned.


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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments

    I mean you can't be too mad. TJ didn't prove him wrong. HE played well, and did what he was supposed to, but he made some rookie mistakes. If TJ has a break out game, and we still hear this, then i'll be pissed.
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    Re: Don Banks Week 1 Snap Judgments


    Snap Banks eyes open somebody... It was Kevin not Pat, and I'm tired of fools taking shots at TJ. Tarvaris had a good first outing and did what he was asked. Room for improvement... sure, but I see a offense starting to come together here, and by mid-season we will be rolling. Big plays are coming, and against Detroits less than stellar defense Tarvaris will be connecting with our wide-outs, and getting the ball in the end zone.

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