McCombs: Bad trade
In an interview with the Washington Post, former owner Red McCombs said he strongly opposed the Vikings' decision to trade quarterback Daunte Culpepper. The Vikings received a second-round pick from Miami, which they used to draft New Mexico offensive lineman Ryan Cook.
"I think they made a terrible mistake letting Daunte go and getting almost nothing for him," McCombs said. "I think he's one of the top five quarterbacks in the league. He's a good team guy. We brought him along and developed him. I don't think they should have traded him.
"But I do think [new starter] Brad Johnson will do a great job. He'll give them some good leadership."
As if McCombs did so much good for the team.
The cheap bass-turd.
Goes to show you McCombs is clueless.
Pep wanted out.
If Pep was such a "team guy" why didn't he do what was necessary to learn the new offense?
Why did he go to the media and whine?
Give me a breal Red.
Go run your car dealerships in San Antonio and stay out of the football realm.