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    TEXPACK is offline Pro-Bowler
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    Keys to beat the eagles

    Philly 35 vikes 17
    Some of us will do our jobs well and some will not, but we will all be judged by only one thing - the result." --Vince Lombardi

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    hawaiianvike21 is offline Team Alumni
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    Keys to beat the eagles

    "Timbo2st" wrote:
    take the fans out out of the game...
    Funny, a eagles fan trying to help us beat his own team. Jk!
    Hupo oe ke kau ana i ka waiupa a ma kou pa o & Hupo na Po o waiupa a


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    Timbo2st is offline Training Camp
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    Keys to beat the eagles

    "hawaiianvike21" wrote:
    "Timbo2st" wrote:
    take the fans out out of the game...
    Funny, a eagles fan trying to help us beat his own team. Jk!
    no...i'm just trying to give you guys some help because you're sure going to need it ..........J/K

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    Keys to beat the eagles

    "TEXPACK" wrote:
    Philly 35 vikes 17
    PUT THE GLUE DOWN and KEEP YOUR FINGURES OFF the key board TEXPUCKER, read lesson 5 if you have to do something but most of all get a life and go play with the rest of your milk bender friends :roll:
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    Keys to beat the eagles

    Kind of early to be making predictions, but I'd say the key will be for the Vikings offensive line to give Culpepper plenty of time to throw. If healthy, Kearse can be a beast and Rosenthal did not exactly look like an All-Pro last season. If Culpepper has time to throw and not worry about being blindsided/fumbling, he will pick the Eagles apart. Culpepper being able to take off running a time or two and gaining good yardage may help in slowing down the pass rush by a step.

    Defensively, I think they need to focus on keeping McNabb in the pocket. Collapse the middle and seal the ends. I think McNabb is dangerous as a runner, and when he gets rolling outside the pocket on a broken play then the defensive coverage can break down and create opportunities for big plays. Make McNabb beat you playing "conventional" football, and the odds of the Vikings pulling off a win improve.
    SKOL VIKINGS!

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    triedandtruevikesfan is offline Jersey Retired
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    Keys to beat the eagles

    I say the Randy Ratio is the key... oh wait that was the mistake from a few years ago... nm

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    We still have the Randy ratio, it is just not mentioned!! I bet he has the ball throw to him every four plays or whatever it was!!

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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