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    Re: Stretch Drive: What NFC teams must do in the final month

    "funkyasflea" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    "funkyasflea" wrote:
    He has shown that he can manage a game, you are right, he just needs to keep it up.
    I just don't want him to become an on and off mind job like Culpepper was. With him, with exception of one season, you never knew what QB was going to show up.
    I hope he becomes at least semi-consistant.
    I could do without going from having 300+ yards and 3tds on week to having 125 yards and 2-3ints and a pair of fumbles...like someone Vikings QB in the past who will remain nameless.
    I don't think yo need to fear that at all. He is one of the hardest workers on the team as he keeps trying to improve himself. Stays after practice all the time. He will not become a head case. I worry more about him getting injured again.
    I like TJ and I am more than pleased with his progress.
    I don't think he is one of the hardest workers on the team though.
    Remember last year when he was injured, the coaches had to prod him to get him working to get back on the field?
    I am not trying to knock him, I do think he works hard.
    But I think the likes of AD, EJ Henderson, Greenway, etc are better examples of the hardest workers on the team.
    I don't think he is one of the hardest workers on the team either.
    Also, one thing that kinda concerns me...when I see him talk.
    I don't know what it is, but when he talks during press conferences and such I just don't see passion for the game.
    When Favre, Manning, brady, etc talk to the press, or talk about football in general, I can see emotion and passion in their eyes.
    When he talks it seems like his mind is off somewhere else thinking about what he is going to have for dinner or something.
    I think he just has mush mouth.
    It is a very southern way of speaking.
    Unfortunately, he can be hard to understand, and sometimes people think it correlates to laziness or lack of intelligence, but it really doesn't (any more than a Norwegian dialect does).
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    Re: Stretch Drive: What NFC teams must do in the final month

    "funkyasflea" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    "funkyasflea" wrote:
    He has shown that he can manage a game, you are right, he just needs to keep it up.
    I just don't want him to become an on and off mind job like Culpepper was. With him, with exception of one season, you never knew what QB was going to show up.
    I hope he becomes at least semi-consistant.
    I could do without going from having 300+ yards and 3tds on week to having 125 yards and 2-3ints and a pair of fumbles...like someone Vikings QB in the past who will remain nameless.
    I don't think yo need to fear that at all. He is one of the hardest workers on the team as he keeps trying to improve himself. Stays after practice all the time. He will not become a head case. I worry more about him getting injured again.
    I like TJ and I am more than pleased with his progress.
    I don't think he is one of the hardest workers on the team though.
    Remember last year when he was injured, the coaches had to prod him to get him working to get back on the field?
    I am not trying to knock him, I do think he works hard.
    But I think the likes of AD, EJ Henderson, Greenway, etc are better examples of the hardest workers on the team.
    I don't think he is one of the hardest workers on the team either.
    Also, one thing that kinda concerns me...when I see him talk.
    I don't know what it is, but when he talks during press conferences and such I just don't see passion for the game.
    When Favre, Manning, brady, etc talk to the press, or talk about football in general, I can see emotion and passion in their eyes.
    When he talks it seems like his mind is off somewhere else thinking about what he is going to have for dinner or something.
    Well the way Jim Mora talked about football you wouldn't think he liked coaching football.
    But he seemed to do a good job and coached for a long time.
    And I'd rather have a timid talking Jackson than have him guaranteeing wins against the Patriots.

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    Re: Stretch Drive: What NFC teams must do in the final month

    Well for the Vikes its WIN WIN WIN WIN, then repeat that process in the playoffs.
    IN THE PITS ON THE RIVER BEDS EVRY VIKING FAN WILL RISE & VAHALLA SHALL REJOICE WITH THE MOST GLORIOUS PRIZE LOMBARDI'S TROPHY

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