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    Jackson asserts himself with Vikings - Vikings Leave Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    [size=13pt]Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands[/size]



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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    Whats funny is that it is from a Packer Site on Scout



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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    "Garland" wrote:
    Whats funny is that it is from a Packer Site on Scout


    I'm sure it's also on Lions.scout.com, Bears.scout.com & Vikings.scout.com

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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    It probably is. I just thought they were trying to take a shot at us or something.

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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    In regards to the Author of the article I don't know who he expected us to get at QB in FA. We tried trading for Sage but even Sage would have difficulties beating out Tarvaris and would have likely been backup. Really there was nobody in FA that could come in here and beat Tarvaris out. IMO we made a very wise decision in drafting Tyrell Johnson as long he stays healthy and we win games I expect him to be Pro Bowl caliber, he's got the physical and mental tools to get the job done. We got mid-first round talent and John David who has won alot of football games and will be ready soon. I'm very happy with what we were able to accomplish, Booty fits our scheme like a glove and Tyrell is one more peice to building a dominant defense.

    Also I think we all know that Childress job is not linked to Tarvaris, he'll pull his @ss quick in replacement of somebody else if he's not getting the job done.

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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    all within his hands... at least they arent tiny hands like culpepper
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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

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    all within his hands... at least they arent tiny hands like culpepper
    Don't forget we will have a 41 man roster, with 22 seperate starters. Its not all in his hands, IMO Tarvaris will be able to carry his weight and with time even more. He is the leader of the team but we have done a very good job of creating a strong team around him. Right now all he has to do is manage games, protect the football and make routine plays to move the chains and we will alot of football games.

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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

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    all within his hands... at least they arent tiny hands like culpepper
    For all the grief that we give Pep for his tiny hands, he actually has a 9.5 inch handspan...average for an NFL QB..and above average for this year's QB draft class.
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    Re: Vikings Leaving Fate in Jackson’s Hands

    Last year was the best thing that could have happened for TJack (since the Brad Johnson plan blew up a year early).
    Because TJack was thrown to the wolves last year (and didn't let it destroy his confidence), this year us Vikings fans can expect to see a much-improved TJack on the field.
    All of the naysayers will be shocked when he matures into the NFL QB that Childress saw all along.
    Just the confidence that many have seen him exhibit in OTAs this year shows that he is much more comfortable in his role as the starter and that will translate into better performances on his part (as well as better overall play by the offense in general), ultimately manifesting itself in an increased win total.
    I can't wait to see all of his detractors eating a big old pile of crow (and I'll even volunteer to send them some hot sauce to put on it).
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