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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

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    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

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    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
    Little do we know, it was actually Pagnac who made the call to draft Ponder in the first place, causing Zygi to ask Harvin to speak about Favre in a positive light. We're probably also going to run alot of 2TE sets because Winfield is getting a little older every year.

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098676
    Quote Originally Posted by "jargomcfargo" #1098675
    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098674
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098673
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    Marrdro stopped reading here
    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
    Little do we know, it was actually Pagnac who made the call to draft Ponder in the first place, causing Zygi to ask Harvin to speak about Favre in a positive light. We're probably also going to run alot of 2TE sets because Winfield is getting a little older every year.
    ...and we should be starting Jackson...

    Caine

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

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    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098674
    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098673
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098669
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    Marrdro stopped reading here
    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
    Little do we know, it was actually Pagnac who made the call to draft Ponder in the first place, causing Zygi to ask Harvin to speak about Favre in a positive light. We're probably also going to run alot of 2TE sets because Winfield is getting a little older every year.
    ...and we should be starting Jackson...

    Caine
    You guys crack me up. Sorry Marrdro, couldn't resist:laugh:

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

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    Marrdro stopped reading here
    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
    Little do we know, it was actually Pagnac who made the call to draft Ponder in the first place, causing Zygi to ask Harvin to speak about Favre in a positive light. We're probably also going to run alot of 2TE sets because Winfield is getting a little older every year.
    ...and we should be starting Jackson...

    Caine
    You guys crack me up. Sorry Marrdro, couldn't resist:laugh:
    Wait a minute. I thought it was all Mark Wilf's fault.

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

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    Marrdro stopped reading here
    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
    Little do we know, it was actually Pagnac who made the call to draft Ponder in the first place, causing Zygi to ask Harvin to speak about Favre in a positive light. We're probably also going to run alot of 2TE sets because Winfield is getting a little older every year.
    ...and we should be starting Jackson...

    Caine
    You guys crack me up. Sorry Marrdro, couldn't resist:laugh:
    Wait a minute. I thought it was all Mark Wilf's fault.
    It is, but I didn't want to get labeled as "Negative" by mentioning that...

    Caine

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

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    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098676
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    Quote Originally Posted by "i_bleed_purple" #1098674
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098669
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    Marrdro stopped reading here
    "There were a lot of issues that we faced, but Brett was the one who had to take the fall for it, because he's the commander. He prepared the way he needed to prepare, so that stuff had nothing to do with why the season went the way it did."

    Still, Favre shouldered a lot of the blame for a 6-10 finish just one year after leading the Vikings to the doorstep of the Super Bowl, right?

    "But why was he blamed?" says Harvin, standing in the corner of Augie's football stadium. "He made passes and he was slammed on his head (against Chicago). There's not much more you can ask of the guy. Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Oh no...Marrdro quit reading HERE:

    Vikings receiver Harvin defends Favre

    Caine
    can't believe a word those yutz players say these days. I mean, he HAS to defend Favre.
    Like I said, Zygi made him say it...

    Caine
    Because the fans want to love Favre and hate Childress, so Zygi had Harvin publically tell the press that it wasn't Favre's fault, becuase of Favre/Childress' clashes. This also proves Marty's concept about how the Tampa-2 is NOT about stopping the pass, and that our safeties are more than adaquate, since outside of the dome there's a Picture of Favre and Los Angeles has a high of 71 today.

    Also, Berrian only had four drops in 2009.
    While all of that is certainly true, we also know that Frazier would have told Harvin not to speak to the media, but unfortunately, Frazier has no power.
    Little do we know, it was actually Pagnac who made the call to draft Ponder in the first place, causing Zygi to ask Harvin to speak about Favre in a positive light. We're probably also going to run alot of 2TE sets because Winfield is getting a little older every year.
    ...and we should be starting Jackson...

    Caine
    You guys crack me up. Sorry Marrdro, couldn't resist:laugh:
    Wait a minute. I thought it was all Mark Wilf's fault.
    It is, but I didn't want to get labeled as "Negative" by mentioning that...

    Caine
    I'd rather blame Smoot. That bastard!

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

    "Last season had nothing to do with Brett Favre" - Percy Harvin

    I wish I would have stopped reading right there. Ridiculous statement of the year nomination there.

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

    Quote Originally Posted by "jmcdon00" #1098719
    "Last season had nothing to do with Brett Favre" - Percy Harvin

    I wish I would have stopped reading right there. Ridiculous statement of the year nomination there.
    Sure, when taken out of the context of the entire article, that statement sure does sound silly...

    But when you put it back in with the statements that followed...like this one:
    "Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Then you realize that Percy isn't saying Favre was blameless, just that he has eaten a disproportionate amount of blame for things that were beyond his control.

    I guess only us negative people can see "Big Picture" stuff like that though...

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    Re: Harvin defends Favre, declares himself healthy

    Quote Originally Posted by "Caine" #1098734
    Quote Originally Posted by "jmcdon00" #1098719
    "Last season had nothing to do with Brett Favre" - Percy Harvin

    I wish I would have stopped reading right there. Ridiculous statement of the year nomination there.
    Sure, when taken out of the context of the entire article, that statement sure does sound silly...

    But when you put it back in with the statements that followed...like this one:
    "Sure, he made mistakes, as the whole team did. But that's on all of us."
    Then you realize that Percy isn't saying Favre was blameless, just that he has eaten a disproportionate amount of blame for things that were beyond his control.

    I guess only us negative people can see "Big Picture" stuff like that though...

    Caine
    And the people who chanted how the Noodle was gonna get us there, even though he didn't, look for any excuse to blame someone else other than him.
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