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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=3165

    [size=10pt][size=10pt]Defense starts strong too[/size][/size]

    The Vikings sacked Peyton Manning three times on the opening series

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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:

    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=3166
    [size=10pt]Berrian taken off in cart[/size]

    INDIANAPOLIS — Viking wide receiver Bernard Berrian was just taken off the field on a cart after appearing to injure his hamstring late in the first quarter.
    Pussy.
    Yet another year were he starts out dinged.
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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:

    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=3166
    [size=10pt]Berrian taken off in cart[/size]

    INDIANAPOLIS — Viking wide receiver Bernard Berrian was just taken off the field on a cart after appearing to injure his hamstring late in the first quarter.
    Pussy.
    Yet another year were he starts out dinged.
    >

    What is with guys like that? ;D

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/vikings/2009-08-01-camp-letter_N.htm?csp=34


    Jackson suffered what the Associated Press reported was a sprained MCL in his left knee

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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "Articnv" wrote:
    Since i didn't see a post game thread i figured i would start one so with out further ado

    (some of this is what i posted
    in so who gets the starting job thread)

    all i can comments what i saw
    at this stage is who started with the 1st
    string.
    This is what seen when i was at work and was pouring drinks or cooking.

    Sage -
    2 failed 3rd downs = bad.
    Drive
    would realistically have
    ended on the first failed 3rd down.

    Same dump passes
    = bad.

    No real
    indeterminate to deep passes cant gauge how well he would do at
    passing them.

    Didn't see in 5
    or 7 step
    passes

    Also colts didn't play there
    top 3 or 4 dbs (colts fan at the bar told me that)

    AP -
    nice to see him catch a ball but transition from catch to run wasn't smooth.
    Ran good and didn't fumble always a plus.
    Not sure
    how well he did at pass blocking if he was in for some of them

    Sullivan - Looked good
    and didn't mess up an exchanges like i thought he would

    Phil Loadholt - They seemed
    to have back up to protect him.
    Made a few mistakes and got beat
    a couple times.
    But
    at this stage
    i would say hes already better then Cook.

    Defense looked good but then

    again the colts
    but then again the colts didn't play
    Wayne or Clark and most of
    first string offense played

    only
    6 snaps.
    Manning was sacked
    2 times that i senn

    Special teams looked
    good.

    Deep punts good
    coverage decent returns.
    One penalty costed us
    3 points

    wish i woudl got to watch more of the game but
    he i got to watch

    some of the game and get payed for it
    Can't really agree with your assessment on Sage.
    He was very efficient.
    10 for 13 with at least 1 of them dropped by Kleinny.
    He moved the chains well.
    He converted two 4th down conversations one with a very nice touch to Shank.
    IMO he outplayed TJ so far.
    It is only a preseason game so I can't put a lot of stock in it.
    TJ has pressure on him to win the job so it is his job to show he can come through under the pressure.
    I did remember one play where JJ was wide open and TJ didn't find him.
    He was under pressure but those are the type of plays a QB should make.
    We'll see how things work themselves out.

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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:

    http://blogs.startribune.com/vikingsblog/?p=3166
    [size=10pt]Berrian taken off in cart[/size]

    INDIANAPOLIS — Viking wide receiver Bernard Berrian was just taken off the field on a cart after appearing to injure his hamstring late in the first quarter.
    "meow".
    Yet another year were he starts out dinged.

    >

    What is with guys like that? ;D

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/vikings/2009-08-01-camp-letter_N.htm?csp=34


    Jackson suffered what the Associated Press reported was a sprained MCL in his left knee
    Chiller coddles em to much.
    Making them into "Flag" football players.
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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    Jackson looked like a lost soul again. Seriously, why are we even trying to extend the the extension of the T-Jack experiment?
    I bet you could use a cool one huh Clark...Now you're talkin Eddie...

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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "battleaxe4cheese" wrote:
    Jackson looked like a lost soul again. Seriously, why are we even trying to extend the the extension of the T-Jack experiment?
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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    I thought our rookie right tackle did fairly well for his first NFL game. Errors, sure, but all in all pretty good.

    Rosenfel looked much better than Travaris.

    Sullivan did a decent job,

    I think the coaches are taking to much control, we need a QB that can think. I almost fell on the floor when the Colts had most of their team on the line and Travaris still rann the ball. Uff Da!!!

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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "ejmat" wrote:
    "Articnv" wrote:
    Since i didn't see a post game thread i figured i would start one so with out further ado

    (some of this is what i posted
    in so who gets the starting job thread)

    all i can comments what i saw
    at this stage is who started with the 1st
    string.
    This is what seen when i was at work and was pouring drinks or cooking.

    Sage -
    2 failed 3rd downs = bad.
    Drive
    would realistically have
    ended on the first failed 3rd down.

    Same dump passes
    = bad.

    No real
    indeterminate to deep passes cant gauge how well he would do at
    passing them.

    Didn't see in 5
    or 7 step
    passes

    Also colts didn't play there
    top 3 or 4 dbs (colts fan at the bar told me that)

    AP -
    nice to see him catch a ball but transition from catch to run wasn't smooth.
    Ran good and didn't fumble always a plus.
    Not sure
    how well he did at pass blocking if he was in for some of them

    Sullivan - Looked good
    and didn't mess up an exchanges like i thought he would

    Phil Loadholt - They seemed
    to have back up to protect him.
    Made a few mistakes and got beat
    a couple times.
    But
    at this stage
    i would say hes already better then Cook.

    Defense looked good but then
    again the colts
    but then again the colts didn't play
    Wayne or Clark and most of
    first string offense played
    only
    6 snaps.
    Manning was sacked
    2 times that i senn

    Special teams looked
    good.
    Deep punts good
    coverage decent returns.
    One penalty costed us
    3 points

    wish i woudl got to watch more of the game but
    he i got to watch
    some of the game and get payed for it
    Can't really agree with your assessment on Sage.
    He was very efficient.
    10 for 13 with at least 1 of them dropped by Kleinny.
    He moved the chains well.
    He converted two 4th down conversations one with a very nice touch to Shank.
    IMO he outplayed TJ so far.
    It is only a preseason game so I can't put a lot of stock in it.
    TJ has pressure on him to win the job so it is his job to show he can come through under the pressure.
    I did remember one play where JJ was wide open and TJ didn't find him.
    He was under pressure but those are the type of plays a QB should make.
    We'll see how things work themselves out.
    The benefit to us in having Sage start this week and look good is that it will put lots of pressure on Jackson to perform as good or better next week. Handling pressure has been the biggest knock on TJ so this sets the stage very well to evaluate how he has learned to manage that pressure and play well when under it. It will be a fun game to watch.

    And if our Defense can be as dominant as they looked last night..... Holy Balls this will be a fun year.

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    Re: Colts preason post game thread

    "jorgie" wrote:
    I thought our rookie right tackle did fairly well for his first NFL game. Errors, sure, but all in all pretty good.

    Rosenfel looked much better than Travaris.

    Sullivan did a decent job,

    I think the coaches are taking to much control, we need a QB that can think. I almost fell on the floor when the Colts had most of their team on the line and Travaris still rann the ball. [size=10pt][size=10pt][size=10pt]Uff Da!!![/size][/size][/size]
    You rang?

    ;D

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