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    Re: Minnesota Vikings' high-priced offensive line still a work in progress.

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    I wonder what it would take to lure Willie Roaf out of retirement.

    Probably a contender :-\
    You can't have him, we still own his rights since he retired still under contract.
    Dang I miss that guy, what a monster.

    As I don't get to watch a lot of the Vikings, I can only go by what I saw in the Chiefs game, but I thought it was pretty interesting that McKinnie seemed to handle Jared Allen for most of the first half and seemed to get worn down.
    Now he is throwing up in games.
    I have to question whether all the time he missed in camp has him just plain out of shape.
    it s not a sport until someone gets hit.

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    Re: Minnesota Vikings' high-priced offensive line still a work in progress.

    "morphius" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    I wonder what it would take to lure Willie Roaf out of retirement.

    Probably a contender :-\
    You can't have him, we still own his rights since he retired still under contract.
    Dang I miss that guy, what a monster.

    As I don't get to watch a lot of the Vikings, I can only go by what I saw in the Chiefs game, but I thought it was pretty interesting that McKinnie seemed to handle Jared Allen for most of the first half and seemed to get worn down.
    Now he is throwing up in games.
    I have to question whether all the time he missed in camp has him just plain out of shape.
    well i've heard he came into a camp in great shape, and he didn't sit out that much.
    he's having the same problem he's had throughout his whole career.
    speed.
    guys have been blowing around him more than jenna jameson in her prime.
    LET THAT WHICH DOES NOT MATTER, TRULY SLIDE

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    Re: Minnesota Vikings' high-priced offensive line still a work in progress.

    "morphius" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    I wonder what it would take to lure Willie Roaf out of retirement.

    Probably a contender :-\
    You can't have him, we still own his rights since he retired still under contract.
    Dang I miss that guy, what a monster.

    As I don't get to watch a lot of the Vikings, I can only go by what I saw in the Chiefs game, but I thought it was pretty interesting that McKinnie seemed to handle Jared Allen for most of the first half and seemed to get worn down.
    Now he is throwing up in games.
    I have to question whether all the time he missed in camp has him just plain out of shape.
    he was still recovering from food poisoning, thats why he was throwing up last game, he needed iv's at halftime and was seen throwing out quite a few times... i couldnt imagine playing with food poisoning

    Thanks josdin00

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