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    Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9612152



    http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9612245

    2 different things

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    i think both these reads were real good

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    Really good reads. I don't worry about our secondary as much as the second article did, but I agree with anout the LB and possibly worry more about the run than he did. Overall, good reads.
    Trying to bring rationale to an irrational site

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    Good reads, but where the reporter stated "Why he doesn't like this team"..................about Longwell being the the most potent threat outside of Johnson?
    C'mon, man!!!!

    Our receiving corps will look real good, come week 1.
    Chester will show that he can carry a load, as well.

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    Very good reads.


    I thought the first article about Johnson was kind of funny because last week I was just commenting to my friend how Johnson is kind of boring to watch (don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of his)
    And the Johnson actually made a comment about that.

    I thought the second article was pretty fair.
    I'm not convinced that Longwell is our 2nd best offensive weapon, but he is a great kicker.
    I'm thinking our running game will become pretty explosive this year, but I don't expect anything soon.
    I think it will take our O-line several more weeks to mold together.

    Thanks for the post, I enjoyed reading the articles.

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    "I don't do a lot of crazy things that get me on highlights, and I'm not recovering from some major trauma in my life. I just complete balls, have a winning percentage and won a Super Bowl. And I've done all that for three organizations. I give your team a chance to win."
    love it.


    that is exactly what we need in the leader of our team right now


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    "We’ll win our own Super Bowl, with our own players. Real Vikings. Something Brett Favre can never be."

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    Can the media please get over the boat cruise, it has been almost a year lets move on.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    Time for two more Super Bowl rings to match Brady...both with the VIKES!!!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    Bran is bland at the point of consumption.......but the results are undeniable.

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    Re: Johnson's as bland as bran, but wins like Brady

    ...The last time I checked, Johnson had a career record of 69-46, set an NFL record with ten straight seasons of 60 percent completions...
    Who was it that kept getting angry in the BJ discussions when someone brought up that he won a SB and his career performance consistency?
    The general consensus of the board during the offseason was that the biggest glaring weaknesses were the backup QB and LB corps.
    I'm more confident in at least one of the backup QBs and it appears the LB corps is coming along (I know Cajun, sign Donnie Edwards).

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