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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    "battleaxe4cheese" wrote:
    Still hard for me to get used to him in purple. Just doesn't look right. Imagine how the Team Ga-y fans feel when they see him in purple on MNF. Priceless.
    I hear ya there.

    All I call about is the "W's" though.
    Just something we will have to get used to.
    And with every win it will be that much easier.

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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    "battleaxe4cheese" wrote:
    Still hard for me to get used to him in purple. Just doesn't look right. Imagine how the Team Ga-y fans feel when they see him in purple on MNF. Priceless.
    You mean the Georgia Fans?

    y=playoff berth

    that would be nice
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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    lol, the results are pretty funny.
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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    I voted on Favre (and it burned like pissing does), but my second choice would have been Sage.
    We need to do this like Heisman voting, with points per place count.

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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    "Ranger" wrote:
    I voted on Favre (and it burned like pissing does), but my second choice would have been Sage.
    We need to do this like Heisman voting, with points per place count.
    I agree.
    There are no true Sage fans because all the people that advocated for him will join the Favre fan club.

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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    "ejmat" wrote:
    "Ranger" wrote:
    I voted on Favre (and it burned like pissing does), but my second choice would have been Sage.
    We need to do this like Heisman voting, with points per place count.
    I agree.
    There are no true Sage fans because all the people that advocated for him will join the Favre fan club.
    It's like those band-wagoners just want to win or something...

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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    "Ranger" wrote:
    I voted on Favre (and it burned like pissing does), but my second choice would have been Sage.
    We need to do this like Heisman voting, with points per place count.
    You might want to see a doctor about that burning.

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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    I think Favre is the better QB right now, BUT I think he comes with some baggage.
    First of all, I can't stand all the attention he receives.
    I really don't think he's deserving of it.
    During the MNF game, the announcers just wouldn't shut up about him.
    It was like having 3 John Maddens in the booth.
    Whether it was a handoff or a stupid screen pass, they just wouldn't STFU about him.
    They even praised him for being mobile.
    HUH???
    He looked like Bernie Kosar out there.
    Now many fans and even experts expect us to win the NFC championship which puts us at a disadvantage.
    Also, QBs like Favre are unbenchable.
    He would never get benched unless the game/season was beyond saving whereas TJ/Rosenfels can be somewhat interchangeable.
    As much as I like TJ because he keeps the plays alive w/ his legs and makes the game more exciting to watch, I must defer to Favre.
    He makes better throws and better decisions and has the leadership we do need.
    SKOL Vikings!

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    Re: At this juncture of their careers, who is the better QB?

    "ejmat" wrote:
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    I feel kinda bad for Sage
    I don't.
    He got to play.
    Did you see TJ's face on the bench?
    That's who I feel bad for
    ;D
    I hope he doesn't go Vince Young on us.
    I've been a Viking fan since I was just out of diapers, hopefully we get Super Bowl win before I go back in 'em.

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