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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

    "DaunteHOF" wrote:
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!
    I think that just about sums up my emotions right now.

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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

    use tice, hes a pretty fat guy, and even if he cant block, he can build a trench, cause god knows hes good at digging us into holes.

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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

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    David Dixon, where are you?
    My thoughts exactly.

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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

    McKinnie just got his leg rolled up they said he will be fine and back playing in next weeks game against the Bengals. Man I have never seen people get so nervous after one game. Your ready to call back a retired lineman that if he was that good would have been picked up by the two or three teams that have major issues with their O-line. Not to mention wanting to get rid of the head coach. I agree he isn't the best out there ( not even close) but now that he is suppose to have all of the pieces you should give him a few games before running him out of town. Remember the Vikes were playing the 4th ranked defense from last year.

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    McKinnie just got his leg rolled up they said he will be fine and back playing in next weeks game against the Bengals. Man I have never seen people get so nervous after one game. Your ready to call back a retired lineman that if he was that good would have been picked up by the two or three teams that have major issues with their O-line. Not to mention wanting to get rid of the head coach. I agree he isn't the best out there ( not even close) but now that he is suppose to have all of the pieces you should give him a few games before running him out of town. Remember the Vikes were playing the 4th ranked defense from last year.
    Umm, in case you havn't noticed ... our o-line is in shambles. Take a peep at the tape . Now if you have a chance to bring back a player who is not only capable, but also knows your system ... this time of the year ... for cheap. I think you take a shot on the guy.

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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

    i think Dixon would give us some much needed experience on the line. i agree that his best playing days are long behind him, but we have nobody on the o-line that was good for a long and has any experience. that's why i won't Dixon back. maybe Dixon could be our o-line coach so then Loney could just focus on the offense's scheme's and upcoming defenses

    Thanks Josdin

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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

    Wow.. This is just what we need.. Let's hope he can get back in there for us.. He is pretty much our only solid lineman

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    "jaymz7" wrote:
    McKinnie just got his leg rolled up they said he will be fine and back playing in next weeks game against the Bengals. Man I have never seen people get so nervous after one game. Your ready to call back a retired lineman that if he was that good would have been picked up by the two or three teams that have major issues with their O-line. Not to mention wanting to get rid of the head coach. I agree he isn't the best out there ( not even close) but now that he is suppose to have all of the pieces you should give him a few games before running him out of town. Remember the Vikes were playing the 4th ranked defense from last year.
    True. give him a shot now. Rome wasn't built in a day! Besides who could you replace him or Looney with that knows the system & turn it around this year.

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    Re: McKinnie Hurt, Awesome

    So which offensive lineman do you want to cut to bring him back?

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    "MinnesotaFury" wrote:
    use tice, hes a pretty fat guy, and even if he cant block, he can build a trench, cause god knows hes good at digging us into holes.
    lol wurd

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