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    Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    "Leslie is a respected, knowledgeable coach and a quality person," Favre said. "I've enjoyed being around him the past couple years and I know he's going to take this opportunity and make the most of it. What you see is what you get with Leslie.

    "He has a background of winning Super Bowls as a player and coach and he knows what it takes to win in the NFL. He can relate to players having been in their shoes himself and will prepare the team well."
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/thehuddle/post/2010/11/brett-favre-leslie-frazier-can-relate-to-players--will-prepare-the-team-well/1?csp=34

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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    marstc09 wrote:
    "Leslie is a respected, knowledgeable coach and a quality person," Favre said. "I've enjoyed being around him the past couple years and I know he's going to take this opportunity and make the most of it. What you see is what you get with Leslie.

    "He has a background of winning Super Bowls as a player and coach and he knows what it takes to win in the NFL. He can relate to players having been in their shoes himself and will prepare the team well."
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/thehuddle/post/2010/11/brett-favre-leslie-frazier-can-relate-to-players--will-prepare-the-team-well/1?csp=34
    Favre sounds like he will come out and play for this guy.

    I think I feel a 10-game winning streak coming on!

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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    midgensa wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    "Leslie is a respected, knowledgeable coach and a quality person," Favre said. "I've enjoyed being around him the past couple years and I know he's going to take this opportunity and make the most of it. What you see is what you get with Leslie.

    "He has a background of winning Super Bowls as a player and coach and he knows what it takes to win in the NFL. He can relate to players having been in their shoes himself and will prepare the team well."
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/thehuddle/post/2010/11/brett-favre-leslie-frazier-can-relate-to-players--will-prepare-the-team-well/1?csp=34
    Favre sounds like he will come out and play for this guy.

    I think I feel a 10-game winning streak coming on!
    We don't have ten games left... and there is no way MN can get into the playoffs a this point barring a completely collapse by about five other teams
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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    marstc09 wrote:
    "Leslie is a respected, knowledgeable coach and a quality person," Favre said. "I've enjoyed being around him the past couple years and I know he's going to take this opportunity and make the most of it. What you see is what you get with Leslie.

    "He has a background of winning Super Bowls as a player and coach and he knows what it takes to win in the NFL. He can relate to players having been in their shoes himself and will prepare the team well."
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/thehuddle/post/2010/11/brett-favre-leslie-frazier-can-relate-to-players--will-prepare-the-team-well/1?csp=34
    Touche.

    Gets in the last slam on Chokedress. lol

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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    ILLvike wrote:
    midgensa wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    "Leslie is a respected, knowledgeable coach and a quality person," Favre said. "I've enjoyed being around him the past couple years and I know he's going to take this opportunity and make the most of it. What you see is what you get with Leslie.

    "He has a background of winning Super Bowls as a player and coach and he knows what it takes to win in the NFL. He can relate to players having been in their shoes himself and will prepare the team well."
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/thehuddle/post/2010/11/brett-favre-leslie-frazier-can-relate-to-players--will-prepare-the-team-well/1?csp=34
    Favre sounds like he will come out and play for this guy.

    I think I feel a 10-game winning streak coming on!
    We don't have ten games left... and there is no way MN can get into the playoffs a this point barring a completely collapse by about five other teams
    The Vikings are mathematically in it. Period.

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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    marstc09 wrote:
    ILLvike wrote:
    midgensa wrote:
    marstc09 wrote:
    "Leslie is a respected, knowledgeable coach and a quality person," Favre said. "I've enjoyed being around him the past couple years and I know he's going to take this opportunity and make the most of it. What you see is what you get with Leslie.

    "He has a background of winning Super Bowls as a player and coach and he knows what it takes to win in the NFL. He can relate to players having been in their shoes himself and will prepare the team well."
    http://content.usatoday.com/communities/thehuddle/post/2010/11/brett-favre-leslie-frazier-can-relate-to-players--will-prepare-the-team-well/1?csp=34
    Favre sounds like he will come out and play for this guy.

    I think I feel a 10-game winning streak coming on!
    We don't have ten games left... and there is no way MN can get into the playoffs a this point barring a completely collapse by about five other teams
    The Vikings are mathematically in it. Period.
    Mathematically. If we win out we will be 9-7. In order win the division, that would mean that both Chicago and Green Bay win only one more game each. While that is Possible, the odds are astronomical. In order to win a wild card spot, that would require Green Bay, New Orleans, and Tampa to each only win one more game, New York to only win three more, as long as they lose all their conference games remaining or two otherwise. Washington and Seattle to each win three or less, and Saint Louis to win five or less. In other words. We would need BOTH Chicago and Green Bay to totally lay down and die to win the conference, since they both have the tiebreaker on us. We also have seven teams currently ahead of us for the wild card, three of which would only need two wins to eliminate us.

    Minnesota plays @WAS, BUF, NYG, CHI, @PHI, @DET. I can see maybe three wins here, but there will have to be a sudden and crazy improvement for any more than that.

    Green Bay plays @ATL, SF, @DET, @NE, NYG, and CHI. While that isn't an easy schedule, they are a good team playing well and can easily find two wins there.

    Chicago plays PHI, @DET, NE, @MIN, NYG, @GB. While being more likely than GB to lose all but one of these games, I think Chicago can win at least two pretty easily.

    For the Wildcard,

    New Orleans plays @DAL, @CIN, STL, @ BAL, @ATL, and TB
    Tampa plays @BAL, ATL, @WAS, DET, SEA, @NO
    Philadelphia plays @CHI, HOU, @DAL, NYG, MIN, and DAL

    I'm not going to waste my time looking up the rest of the league, I think thats enough to say that while MATHEMATICALLY possible, reaching the playoffs is nearly impossible.

    Call me a negative Nancy if you want, but I choose to call it being a realist.
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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    I agree with ILLvike, we're done. But I hope we can pretend to be the 2003 Cardinals and knock some asshole team out of the playoffs.

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    Re: Brett Favre on Leslie Frazier...

    i_bleed_purple wrote:
    I agree with ILLvike, we're done. But I hope we can pretend to be the 2003 Cardinals and knock some asshole team out of the playoffs.
    I wish it could be the packers or saints we knock out, but we don't play them again. And I would rather have the bears win the div than the packers.
    I am NOT here to provide good football insight or rational observations. I am an emotional 19 year old Viking fan and I expect you to adjust your expectations from my posts.

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