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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle

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    KFAN 1130 AM is the flagship station of the Vikings Radio Network. Tune in all season long for Vikings game action, analysis and interviews. Recently on KFAN, Vikings linebackers E.J. and Erin Henderson appeared with the FAN's PA and Dubay.

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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    Just as the addition of 1 guy can increase the productivity of a whole unit, the loss of one can make the whole team more vulnerable.

    While I think that the defense can withstand the loss of most of the players and still be stout, the offense is not that stacked and could be in a world of hurt with an injury to the right players.

    -If Hutch goes down and McKinney is suspended do we have the talent to step in and take their place?
    -If Berrian or Rice go down will we have the talent to still have a productive passing game?
    -If TJ goes down early in the year, are Gus and Booty time good enough to win the Super bowl?

    You always hope that the team can go through a season without any major injuries but they are always a concern. Two years ago injuries really took a toll on our defense and probably cost us a few games.I pray we can stay healthy all year and bring home the soon to be named Chilly trophy
    Good post, your first comment has Winfield writen all over it, when he's down we are missing something.

    The good thing about Hutch and McKinnie is there durabilty, very stout guys with few injuries but it could happen and its a scary thought especailly McKinnie only because Hicks at LT gives be goose bumps.

    Our WR's definitly need to stay healthy, behind Berrian and Rice there really is no threat. I think Allison is a nice player but will he be ready?

    I hope we can stay relativly healthy like last year, I think our conditioning program helps and the speed at which we practice.
    Lets not discount the fact that when Whinny went down we had a nice run.

    Fact of the matter is I expect the staff to have a competent backup that can step in with little or no production. As with Cook last year, the staff will plug someone in that we don't expect and he will shine.

    ;D
    Sure we had some nice games but it doesn't mean we didn't miss Winfield's pressence, Coach Frazier will tell you the same thing.

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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle

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    KFAN 1130 AM is the flagship station of the Vikings Radio Network. Tune in all season long for Vikings game action, analysis and interviews. Recently on KFAN, Vikings linebackers E.J. and Erin Henderson appeared with the FAN's PA and Dubay.

    [size=11pt]Click here[/size] to download the interview.
    E.J. is the shit
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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    Just as the addition of 1 guy can increase the productivity of a whole unit, the loss of one can make the whole team more vulnerable.

    While I think that the defense can withstand the loss of most of the players and still be stout, the offense is not that stacked and could be in a world of hurt with an injury to the right players.

    -If Hutch goes down and McKinney is suspended do we have the talent to step in and take their place?
    -If Berrian or Rice go down will we have the talent to still have a productive passing game?
    -If TJ goes down early in the year, are Gus and Booty time good enough to win the Super bowl?

    You always hope that the team can go through a season without any major injuries but they are always a concern. Two years ago injuries really took a toll on our defense and probably cost us a few games.I pray we can stay healthy all year and bring home the soon to be named Chilly trophy
    Good post, your first comment has Winfield writen all over it, when he's down we are missing something.

    The good thing about Hutch and McKinnie is there durabilty, very stout guys with few injuries but it could happen and its a scary thought especailly McKinnie only because Hicks at LT gives be goose bumps.

    Our WR's definitly need to stay healthy, behind Berrian and Rice there really is no threat. I think Allison is a nice player but will he be ready?

    I hope we can stay relativly healthy like last year, I think our conditioning program helps and the speed at which we practice.
    Lets not discount the fact that when Whinny went down we had a nice run.

    Fact of the matter is I expect the staff to have a competent backup that can step in with little or no production. As with Cook last year, the staff will plug someone in that we don't expect and he will shine.
    ;D
    I expect that too, but for the last several years we did not have competent backups on the OL. This dates back to the Red era, but it was never addressed. We were lucky to not have health problems with our OL the last 2 years and hopefully this year we will. So far it is going to be one of those things where we won't know until we need them, then we pray it works.

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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle - KFAN interview


    EJ is gonna knock heads all the way to the pro bowl this year. 8)

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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle

    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    Just as the addition of 1 guy can increase the productivity of a whole unit, the loss of one can make the whole team more vulnerable.

    While I think that the defense can withstand the loss of most of the players and still be stout, the offense is not that stacked and could be in a world of hurt with an injury to the right players.

    -If Hutch goes down and McKinney is suspended do we have the talent to step in and take their place?
    -If Berrian or Rice go down will we have the talent to still have a productive passing game?
    -If TJ goes down early in the year, are Gus and Booty time good enough to win the Super bowl?

    You always hope that the team can go through a season without any major injuries but they are always a concern. Two years ago injuries really took a toll on our defense and probably cost us a few games.I pray we can stay healthy all year and bring home the soon to be named Chilly trophy
    Good post, your first comment has Winfield writen all over it, when he's down we are missing something.

    The good thing about Hutch and McKinnie is there durabilty, very stout guys with few injuries but it could happen and its a scary thought especailly McKinnie only because Hicks at LT gives be goose bumps.

    Our WR's definitly need to stay healthy, behind Berrian and Rice there really is no threat. I think Allison is a nice player but will he be ready?

    I hope we can stay relativly healthy like last year, I think our conditioning program helps and the speed at which we practice.
    Lets not discount the fact that when Whinny went down we had a nice run.

    Fact of the matter is I expect the staff to have a competent backup that can step in with little or no production. As with Cook last year, the staff will plug someone in that we don't expect and he will shine.

    ;D
    Sure we had some nice games but it doesn't mean we didn't miss Winfield's pressence, Coach Frazier will tell you the same thing.
    I hear ya and thats why I said "With Little or No Production".
    Any coach would be upset if he lost his starter at any position, but he wouldn't be much of a coach in my mind if he didn't have that backup ready to play just in case.

    Last year we saw good evidence that this staff can get backups ready. (except at QB
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    Re: In E.J. Henderson, the Vikings have the right man in the middle

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "VikingsTw" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    Just as the addition of 1 guy can increase the productivity of a whole unit, the loss of one can make the whole team more vulnerable.

    While I think that the defense can withstand the loss of most of the players and still be stout, the offense is not that stacked and could be in a world of hurt with an injury to the right players.

    -If Hutch goes down and McKinney is suspended do we have the talent to step in and take their place?
    -If Berrian or Rice go down will we have the talent to still have a productive passing game?
    -If TJ goes down early in the year, are Gus and Booty time good enough to win the Super bowl?

    You always hope that the team can go through a season without any major injuries but they are always a concern. Two years ago injuries really took a toll on our defense and probably cost us a few games.I pray we can stay healthy all year and bring home the soon to be named Chilly trophy
    Good post, your first comment has Winfield writen all over it, when he's down we are missing something.

    The good thing about Hutch and McKinnie is there durabilty, very stout guys with few injuries but it could happen and its a scary thought especailly McKinnie only because Hicks at LT gives be goose bumps.

    Our WR's definitly need to stay healthy, behind Berrian and Rice there really is no threat. I think Allison is a nice player but will he be ready?

    I hope we can stay relativly healthy like last year, I think our conditioning program helps and the speed at which we practice.
    Lets not discount the fact that when Whinny went down we had a nice run.

    Fact of the matter is I expect the staff to have a competent backup that can step in with little or no production. As with Cook last year, the staff will plug someone in that we don't expect and he will shine.
    ;D
    Sure we had some nice games but it doesn't mean we didn't miss Winfield's pressence, Coach Frazier will tell you the same thing.
    I hear ya and thats why I said "With Little or No Production".
    Any coach would be upset if he lost his starter at any position, but he wouldn't be much of a coach in my mind if he didn't have that backup ready to play just in case.

    Last year we saw good evidence that this staff can get backups ready. (except at QB
    ;D)
    Yep, your boy Hicks actually did alright when McKinnie was out. But what other backups are you talking about?

    McCauley got beat a lot more in the regular season than he did in preseason.

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