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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    [quote author= if anything should be frustrating him, it would be getting his jiggly butt handed to him every game by the opposing defense. If he was worth a rats jiggly butt he would have to have someone rotating in all of the time to see if anything else will work on that side.
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    I simply could not agree more completely.
    In fact, there should be an article written about Vikings' fans frustration over his play
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    Virtually all of my friends here in Delaware are Eagles fans and they all said he's a bumb when we got him, well, come to think off it, Eagles fans call everyone a bumb
    :-\...oh well.

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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    "jkjuggalo" wrote:
    This just shows how easily he is flustered.
    Childress wants consistency and he is not getting it from his RG, so he has to rotate Hererra in to see if he is a possible upgrade.
    If Hicks isn't "in a groove" by the end of his 4th game, then why should BChill think that he'll pick it up now?
    I hope Hererra gets the start and we get to see what he can do as a starter this season.
    There are exactly zero linemen "in a groove" on our line.

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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    Well if McKinnie misses more time, you'll see him playing left tackle again. That scares the hell out of me.

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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    Methinks Mr. Hicks should shut his mouth and realize how lucky (to the dismay of some Vikings fans) he is to have a job in the NFL to begin with...
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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    Maybe if this loser played well he wouldnt be rotated for. The only way to solve this problem is to play better....what a d-bag

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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    [size=13pt]Hicks sits out victory[/size]

    BY SEAN JENSEN AND DON SEEHOLZER
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    Article Last Updated: 10/14/2007 10:34:44 PM CDT




    After four games of starting and alternating at right guard with Anthony Herrera, Artis Hicks was reduced to spectator Sunday, but he wasn't complaining afterward....

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    Re: Hicks getting frustrated by right guard rotation

    "singersp" wrote:
    [size=13pt]Hicks sits out victory[/size]

    BY SEAN JENSEN AND DON SEEHOLZER
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    Article Last Updated: 10/14/2007 10:34:44 PM CDT




    After four games of starting and alternating at right guard with Anthony Herrera, Artis Hicks was reduced to spectator Sunday, but he wasn't complaining afterward....
    The OL did have a better day than I anticipated.

    Was it because of Hicks absence?
    Not sure.
    I for one believe it is because we were a bit more balanced in our approach to the game and the Bores D couldn't stack the box and zone blitz us as much.

    I still saw a few tackles for loss and a few pressures on the QB, but I also saw a pocket developed a couple of times and some good blocking by all.

    On a side note, the young guys Griff/McCauley gave a pretty good accounting of themselves out there today.
    In most cases they were in the right spot to make plays (especially Griff).
    Sorry to see a couple of vets have the egg on thier face.
    Might be a bit of shit talking going on in practice this week.
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    "It happens," Winfield said.

    Smith had a similar reaction about Devin Hester's game-tying 81-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

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    just outran me. Nothing else," Smith said.
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    "You play in this league long enough, and you don't give up a touchdown ... I need to see that person," he said.
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