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    Bollinger starting QB next year?

    What would Bollinger need to do the rest of this year to be the starting QB next year?

    If Bollinger is able to have 65% completion with a 100+ QB rating and show consistency, he's a keeper.

    I would hate to see the Vikes to spend $$$ or draft picks to bring in a QB.
    It is proven that you can win SB's without a Blue Chip QB, i.e. TB/Johnson, Ravens/Dilfer.
    The Vikes running game will help even a average QB look good.

    Use the draft or FA to help in WR or DL/DB (need QB pressure).

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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    Kelly Holcomb:Too old
    TJ:Too young
    BB:Too irregular player

    We need a good QB for the next season,be sure our stuff is going to push to get one.
    El underdog.

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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    "gagarr" wrote:
    What would Bollinger need to do the rest of this year to be the starting QB next year?

    If Bollinger is able to have 65% completion with a 100+ QB rating and show consistency, he's a keeper.

    I would hate to see the Vikes to spend $$$ or draft picks to bring in a QB.
    It is proven that you can win SB's without a Blue Chip QB, i.e. TB/Johnson, Ravens/Dilfer.
    The Vikes running game will help even a average QB look good.

    Use the draft or FA to help in WR or DL/DB (need QB pressure).

    I really do not want to draft another DE. I really like R.Edwards, Brian Robison, Kenechi Udeze has played better, and Erasmus James can be good if he gets healthy. We have good backups in Darrion Scott and Jayme Mitchell. Remember most of these guys are young and still learning. If they play like they did last game for the rest of the season, we will be set at DE.

    I really think are CBs are going to be good. They just need some time to develop.

    I also like our WRs. I think Rice will develop into a playmaker.

    We need a QB to start winning these close games. I say get McNabb in here while TJ learns.

    I think we need to use the draft on an OL but he needs to be a stud otherwise use FA.

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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    Doubt that dude starts.. Matter fact, i don't see how they could go another season without getting a Vet QB in here..
    It looks like it may be mcNabb.. which i'm totally cool with as long as he keeps his trap SHUT!!!

    NO way Bollinger is the #1 QB next year... Even if he put up Brady like #'s the next 8 games and we win all of them.. (unlikely) i still think they'd bring in somebody else and let them compete..

    just my opinion though..

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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    McNabb will be our #1 QB next year!
    Or how about we put MeMo under center with Peterson and Taylor in the backfield and just run the option.
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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    yah i agree....bring in McNabb...A change of team might light a spark under his ass and our WR's are better than his. He will have Adrian to hand off to, and we have a better oline than the IGGLES.

    Better than drafting another young QB to watch our season fall apart. Ride Mcnabb for a couple years and have him teach T-Jac.

    But, will we trade for him or will the IGGLES release him? that IS the question...

    Also.....If Childress is fired then i dont think we will get McNabb.


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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    McNabb will be our #1 QB next year!
    Or how about we put MeMo under center with Peterson and Taylor in the backfield and just run the option.
    During the season that thougth has also came to my mind......
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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    We definately need an upgrade at quarterback.
    McNabb, Anderson, Pennington, or a quality veteran.
    The important thing is that no matter who we get we continue to play "Smash Mouth"
    football.
    No surprises, run right at them and make them stop it, then mix in a nice play action and hit Rice on a deep one.

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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    "IBleedPurple28" wrote:
    Also.....If Childress is fired then i dont think we will get McNabb.
    Childress won't be fired.

    McNabb isnt't available at this time.

    So, if we're living in FANTASY land, I vote they trade for Tom Brady.
    I bet they could get him for AD and all of the 2008 draft picks.

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    Re: Bollinger starting QB next year?

    "gagarr" wrote:
    What would Bollinger need to do the rest of this year to be the starting QB next year?

    If Bollinger is able to have 65% completion with a 100+ QB rating and show consistency, he's a keeper.

    I would hate to see the Vikes to spend $$$ or draft picks to bring in a QB.
    It is proven that you can win SB's without a Blue Chip QB, i.e. TB/Johnson, Ravens/Dilfer.
    The Vikes running game will help even a average QB look good.

    Use the draft or FA to help in WR or DL/DB (need QB pressure).
    Sure ... you CAN win with an "unproven" QB, but only FOUR out of 41 Super Bowls have been won by a QB who NEVER went to a Pro Bowl (Jim Plunkett x 2, Doug Williams and Ben Roethlisberger - who will go to this year's Pro Bowl). So, 37 Super Bowls have been won by QBs who at some point in their career were in the top 4-6 at the position in the league.
    Brooks Bollinger will NEVER be a top 6 QB ... probably not even a top 20 QB. Which means at best we have a 4 in 41 chance to win a Super Bowl (and by next season that will be a 3 in 42 chance). Having a QB who can play is essential to winning it all ... and Bollinger is not the answer.

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