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    Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    [size=13pt]Minnesota Vikings cornerback Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time[/size]

    Marcus McCauley's playing time has taken a huge hit this season, but the second-year cornerback has faith his time will come again.

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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    Yah I feel bad for the guy

    He is way more comfortable playing outside but we can't do that


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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    I thought he played well as a rookie and have been scratching my head at his absence on the field....


    I'm sure there is a reason Sapp plays and not him, but I haven't seen it yet this year.


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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    i miss this guy!

    he has potential to be a really good cornerback if he is in the right system and i hope he gets playing time soon

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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    He must really suck if the coachs prefer Griffin to him.

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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    I thought he played well as a rookie and have been scratching my head at his absence on the field....


    I'm sure there is a reason Sapp plays and not him, but I haven't seen it yet this year.
    He wasn't that good last year, he got burned numerous times and dropped a couple easy INTs I believe.
    Not terrible (he looked like a rookie), but he definitely looked worse than Gordon did.


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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    I thought he played well as a rookie and have been scratching my head at his absence on the field....


    I'm sure there is a reason Sapp plays and not him, but I haven't seen it yet this year.
    He wasn't that good last year, he got burned numerous times and dropped a couple easy INTs I believe.
    Not terrible (he looked like a rookie), but he definitely looked worse than Gordon did.
    "as a rookie" should have been "for a rookie"

    I think this kid has a ton of potential and really was looking forward to see him develop.


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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

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    Yah I feel bad for the guy

    He is way more comfortable playing outside but we can't do that

    Why not in nickle situations put Griffin in the slot and McCauley on his side. I personally would like to see how that would work for us.

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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    I thought he played well as a rookie and have been scratching my head at his absence on the field....


    I'm sure there is a reason Sapp plays and not him, but I haven't seen it yet this year.
    He wasn't that good last year, he got burned numerous times and dropped a couple easy INTs I believe.
    Not terrible (he looked like a rookie), but he definitely looked worse than Gordon did.
    "as a rookie" should have been "for a rookie"

    I think this kid has a ton of potential and really was looking forward to see him develop.
    Well Gordon was a young player too, and I guess the coaching staff felt he brought more to the table.


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    Re: Marcus McCauley copes with big loss of playing time

    Yeah, they have their reasons for everything...


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