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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

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    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50041.msg893981#msg893981 date=1231425449]

    I watched the re-air last night.
    His play had issues, but hell, the pass protection was even worse than I thought when I watched it at the dome.

    We have to do something about pass blocking.
    Still don't think it is talent across the line but rather a coaching issue.
    For some reason our guys cannot stop a delayed blitz up the middle.
    Maybe they can clone Cook to play all 5 positions on the line
    I watched Mr. Cook pretty closely.
    He was left alone alot of the game.
    Sure he gave up a few, however, he handled his guy pretty good often times taking him wide and deep allowing TJ room to move up/out to that side several times.

    We had bigger issues up the middle.
    On the INT TJ had a LB hitting him high and a DL on his legs just as he stepped into the throw.

    Again, Cook had a couple of mistakes, but so did Big Mac and Birk.
    Could't point out a specific miss by Hutch/Herrera but they are part of the problem with the stuff coming in up the middle.
    The pressure up the middle was because AD is not a good blocker and missed alot of assignments picking up the blitzer.
    Nope, in most cases AD wasn't even on the field.
    Which ones specifically? And in that case who specifically missed the block, what was the line call and what would have been the correct call to pick that person up?
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    I don't bring game notes to work.
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    I didn't take game notes when I re-watched it.
    Just didn't have my heart into it that much. :'(
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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    "Marrdro" wrote:
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    [quote author=UffDaVikes link=topic=50041.msg893986#msg893986 date=1231425605]
    [quote author=Marrdro link=topic=50041.msg893981#msg893981 date=1231425449]

    I watched the re-air last night.
    His play had issues, but hell, the pass protection was even worse than I thought when I watched it at the dome.

    We have to do something about pass blocking.
    Still don't think it is talent across the line but rather a coaching issue.
    For some reason our guys cannot stop a delayed blitz up the middle.
    Maybe they can clone Cook to play all 5 positions on the line
    I watched Mr. Cook pretty closely.
    He was left alone alot of the game.
    Sure he gave up a few, however, he handled his guy pretty good often times taking him wide and deep allowing TJ room to move up/out to that side several times.

    We had bigger issues up the middle.
    On the INT TJ had a LB hitting him high and a DL on his legs just as he stepped into the throw.

    Again, Cook had a couple of mistakes, but so did Big Mac and Birk.
    Could't point out a specific miss by Hutch/Herrera but they are part of the problem with the stuff coming in up the middle.
    The pressure up the middle was because AD is not a good blocker and missed alot of assignments picking up the blitzer.
    Nope, in most cases AD wasn't even on the field.
    Which ones specifically? And in that case who specifically missed the block, what was the line call and what would have been the correct call to pick that person up?
    [/quote]
    Two things.....

    1.
    I don't bring game notes to work.
    2.
    I didn't take game notes when I re-watched it.
    Just didn't have my heart into it that much. :'(
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    Just let me know when you get them.

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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

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    ...!5 other quarterbacks had to play against the Eagles defense also this year, some good and some bad.
    But not a god gol 'darnit one tried a fricken jump pass.

    check out 2:36
    [youtube=425,350]NiVlcjWBj00[/youtube]
    That was great, thanks for posting.
    I liked how he played in short sleeves during a blizzard.
    I liked how he always seemed to have blood on his jersey.
    I am at a loss for words on that jump pass...
    How about that two handed push pass? That made me laugh. But hey, he made the completion. Yeah, he was a tough son of a b**ch. I love that hit he took in the end zone (with no yellow hankie). Man you had to be a tough SOB one to survive some of the hits the old timers used to take.

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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    Couple of things here. When you consider what the Eagles did to Tony Romo the week before I don't think TJack did toooo bad. On top of that it was said at least once that Childress told him "stick to the gameplan" so I supposet he was doing what he was told when he was told. Gus was good for a while but he would have been easy pickings
    for the Eagles. In top of it all I really don't believe either one is the man to lead us to the Super Bowl.

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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    "grpape" wrote:
    "Bretto007" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "PackSux!" wrote:
    ...!5 other quarterbacks had to play against the Eagles defense also this year, some good and some bad.
    But not a god gol 'darnit one tried a fricken jump pass.

    check out 2:36
    [youtube=425,350]NiVlcjWBj00[/youtube]
    That was great, thanks for posting.
    I liked how he played in short sleeves during a blizzard.
    I liked how he always seemed to have blood on his jersey.
    I am at a loss for words on that jump pass...
    How about that two handed push pass? That made me laugh. But hey, he made the completion. Yeah, he was a tough son of a b**ch. I love that hit he took in the end zone (with no yellow hankie). Man you had to be a tough SOB one to survive some of the hits the old timers used to take.
    He was a tough sob. One thing I liked was no name on the jerseys. They were a team. 40 for 60.
    What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. Its the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

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    ...One thing I liked was no name on the jerseys. They were a team. 40 for 60.
    I liked that too, it was a constant reminder that it is a team sport.
    Yeah, takes a genius to realize that.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    ...One thing I liked was no name on the jerseys. They were a team. 40 for 60.
    I liked that too, it was a constant reminder that it is a team sport.
    Yeah, takes a genius to realize that.
    either a genius or guys that don't make 7 figures and actually play for the love of the game and not jerry Macguire references as in "SHOW ME THE MONEY"!!...

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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    "bleedpurple" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    ...One thing I liked was no name on the jerseys. They were a team. 40 for 60.
    I liked that too, it was a constant reminder that it is a team sport.
    Yeah, takes a genius to realize that.
    either a genius or guys that don't make 7 figures and actually play for the love of the game and not jerry Macguire references as in "SHOW ME THE MONEY"!!...
    Yeah, these guys would bust their face open playing football then get a job in the offseason so they could feed the kids.
    Thankfully there are still some that play for the love of the game and they are getting compensated more than fairly.
    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    The man threw more interceptions than touchdowns this year.
    No way in hell we win that game with Frerotte in.


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    Re: Frerotte thinks he gave Vikings "best chance to win"

    "Prophet" wrote:
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    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    ...One thing I liked was no name on the jerseys. They were a team. 40 for 60.
    I liked that too, it was a constant reminder that it is a team sport.
    Yeah, takes a genius to realize that.
    either a genius or guys that don't make 7 figures and actually play for the love of the game and not jerry Macguire references as in "SHOW ME THE MONEY"!!...
    Yeah, these guys would bust their face open playing football then get a job in the offseason so they could feed the kids.
    Thankfully there are still some that play for the love of the game and they are getting compensated more than fairly.
    yeah right!!.. what i find more troubling is idiot's like pacman jones, who are given the world only piss away chance after chance after opportunity after opportunity bc they think they are entitled to play football and don't actually appreciate what it means to actually get up at 7 in the morning and work a 9-5.... and make pennies on a dollar compared to those guys... effin shame!!

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