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    Vikings Fantasy Preview

    [size=13pt]Vikings Fantasy Preview[/size]

    9/1/2008

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    LeagueSafe.com’s Paul Charchian, a pioneer in the fantasy football industry, previews the 2008 Vikings offense from a fantasy football perspective...


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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    Tight End

    Visanthe Shiancoe: This is a guy who should be playing with something to prove. 2008 is a make-or-break season for Shiancoe. Last year’s struggles were well documented. But, after a notorious drop in the first preseason game, he put together some solid outings. If he keeps working, concentrates, and eliminates the dropped balls, he could become a viable bye week plug-in player.
    *sigh*

    Here we go again. First of all wasn't it a fumble and not a drop in the first game.
    If he eliminates the drops?! Once again he only had 2 last year. I hope Shank can light it up this year. I want him to prove the haters wrong and because he is my backup TE in fantasy football.

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    "marstc09" wrote:
    Tight End

    Visanthe Shiancoe: This is a guy who should be playing with something to prove. 2008 is a make-or-break season for Shiancoe. Last year’s struggles were well documented. But, after a notorious drop in the first preseason game, he put together some solid outings. If he keeps working, concentrates, and eliminates the dropped balls, he could become a viable bye week plug-in player.
    *sigh*

    Here we go again. First of all wasn't it a fumble and not a drop in the first game.
    If he eliminates the drops?! Once again he only had 2 last year. I hope Shank can light it up this year. I want him to prove the haters wrong and because he is my backup TE in fantasy football.
    Wildman picked him up in one of his leagues.
    Of course I laughed at him for drafting a TE that plays for a team that only uses them in a blocking mode.


    I took Syd, Longwell and reached on TJ.
    Never would I take a TE from the Vikes.
    ;D ;D
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    Tight End

    Visanthe Shiancoe: This is a guy who should be playing with something to prove. 2008 is a make-or-break season for Shiancoe. Last year’s struggles were well documented. But, after a notorious drop in the first preseason game, he put together some solid outings. If he keeps working, concentrates, and eliminates the dropped balls, he could become a viable bye week plug-in player.
    *sigh*

    Here we go again. First of all wasn't it a fumble and not a drop in the first game.
    If he eliminates the drops?! Once again he only had 2 last year. I hope Shank can light it up this year. I want him to prove the haters wrong and because he is my backup TE in fantasy football.
    Wildman picked him up in one of his leagues.
    Of course I laughed at him for drafting a TE that plays for a team that only uses them in a blocking mode.



    I took Syd, Longwell and reached on TJ.
    Never would I take a TE from the Vikes.

    ;D ;D
    I think we will become more balanced and Shank will get his catches

    Who's Syd?

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    "V4L" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    Tight End

    Visanthe Shiancoe: This is a guy who should be playing with something to prove. 2008 is a make-or-break season for Shiancoe. Last year’s struggles were well documented. But, after a notorious drop in the first preseason game, he put together some solid outings. If he keeps working, concentrates, and eliminates the dropped balls, he could become a viable bye week plug-in player.
    *sigh*

    Here we go again. First of all wasn't it a fumble and not a drop in the first game.
    If he eliminates the drops?! Once again he only had 2 last year. I hope Shank can light it up this year. I want him to prove the haters wrong and because he is my backup TE in fantasy football.
    Wildman picked him up in one of his leagues.
    Of course I laughed at him for drafting a TE that plays for a team that only uses them in a blocking mode.



    I took Syd, Longwell and reached on TJ.
    Never would I take a TE from the Vikes.

    ;D ;D
    I think we will become more balanced and Shank will get his catches

    Who's Syd?
    El Syd...... Sidney Rice.
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    I've got Tarvaris on my Fantasy roster just to prove Zeus wrong.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    Tight End

    Visanthe Shiancoe: This is a guy who should be playing with something to prove. 2008 is a make-or-break season for Shiancoe. Last year’s struggles were well documented. But, after a notorious drop in the first preseason game, he put together some solid outings. If he keeps working, concentrates, and eliminates the dropped balls, he could become a viable bye week plug-in player.
    *sigh*

    Here we go again. First of all wasn't it a fumble and not a drop in the first game.
    If he eliminates the drops?! Once again he only had 2 last year. I hope Shank can light it up this year. I want him to prove the haters wrong and because he is my backup TE in fantasy football.
    Wildman picked him up in one of his leagues.
    Of course I laughed at him for drafting a TE that plays for a team that only uses them in a blocking mode.



    I took Syd, Longwell and reached on TJ.
    Never would I take a TE from the Vikes.

    ;D ;D
    I think you will be surprised in the amount of looks he gets this year. He is my backup so I am not worried.

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    I have AD, Chet, Vikes D, and Syd.

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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

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    I have AD, Chet, Vikes D, and Syd.
    lol, they should have a 'homer' button in FF.
    Makes the draft easier.
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    Re: Vikings Fantasy Preview

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    Tight End

    Visanthe Shiancoe: This is a guy who should be playing with something to prove. 2008 is a make-or-break season for Shiancoe. Last year’s struggles were well documented. But, after a notorious drop in the first preseason game, he put together some solid outings. If he keeps working, concentrates, and eliminates the dropped balls, he could become a viable bye week plug-in player.
    *sigh*

    Here we go again. First of all wasn't it a fumble and not a drop in the first game.
    If he eliminates the drops?! Once again he only had 2 last year. I hope Shank can light it up this year. I want him to prove the haters wrong and because he is my backup TE in fantasy football.
    Wildman picked him up in one of his leagues.
    Of course I laughed at him for drafting a TE that plays for a team that only uses them in a blocking mode.



    I took Syd, Longwell and reached on TJ.
    Never would I take a TE from the Vikes.

    ;D ;D
    I think you will be surprised in the amount of looks he gets this year. He is my backup so I am not worried.
    I hope you are right.
    It will be a clear indication of "All is well" in Vikings land if he is used in the passing scheme more.
    ;D
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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