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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    "AngloVike" wrote:
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    Sunday nigth game ?
    No thank you, I d like to sleep more than 3 hours before going to work
    Yeah that sure is the downside for us Europeans to have our team being a contender.
    hey if us being a contender means being a Sunday night game then I'll go for that
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    I hope they put the deadskin game on, as I have Monday off. Detroit is folding, and will be spanked by the plowboi's. The Cards better not beat the seahawks, and we should be at worst 3-1 down the stretch. When you start to win everyone wants to put ya in primetime.

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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    "singersp" wrote:
    We don't have to win all 4 games to make the playoffs. We just need to finish with a record better than the Lions & at least tie with the Cardinals.

    The tie-breakers with the Cards depend upon - IF the Vikings lose - to whom they lose.
    We share one more common opponent on our schedule with Arizona (SF) and they with us (ATL).
    In the event of a tie, as the article says above, common opponent schedule is the tie-breaker.

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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    "Prophet" wrote:
    ...If the Vikings (6-6) win their four remaining games and Detroit (6-6) loses at least once, the Vikings will get in the playoffs. That's because the only other team that could match Minnesota's 10-6 record would be Arizona. The Vikings would beat out the Cardinals based on the common-opponent tiebreaker. The Vikings would be 4-1 against Atlanta, Detroit, San Francisco and Washington and Arizona would be 2-3 against those teams...


    That excites me so much right there. I'll be the first to admit I had given up on this season.I think alot of us thought we where going downward.However I'll also be the first to admit I have never given up on Childress and believed he needed time to build 'his' team.I think we're all seeing what this guy can do.This guy brings in studs through FA and through the draft, and we're all seeing it pay off.I'm excited for this season, but also the future!

    Theres NOTHING greater then a Florida Gator!
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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    There are alot of Ifs in there. Lets just enjoy the newfound success and take it one game at a time

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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

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    "Prophet" wrote:
    ...If the Vikings (6-6) win their four remaining games and Detroit (6-6) loses at least once, the Vikings will get in the playoffs. That's because the only other team that could match Minnesota's 10-6 record would be Arizona. The Vikings would beat out the Cardinals based on the common-opponent tiebreaker. The Vikings would be 4-1 against Atlanta, Detroit, San Francisco and Washington and Arizona would be 2-3 against those teams...


    That excites me so much right there. I'll be the first to admit I had given up on this season.I think alot of us thought we where going downward.However I'll also be the first to admit I have never given up on Childress and believed he needed time to build 'his' team.I think we're all seeing what this guy can do.This guy brings in studs through FA and through the draft, and we're all seeing it pay off.I'm excited for this season, but also the future!
    Was it hard being the first to admit you might be right? ;D
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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    Jesus I hope this happens. Please Flex Schedule us.

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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    Flex schedule changes must be made and announced no later than 12 days prior to the game.
    So if they flex the Washington game, we will know by Dec 11th.
    If they flex the Denver game, we would know by the 18th.
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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    "PurpleTide" wrote:

    I hope they put the deadskin game on, as I have Monday off. Detroit is folding, and will be spanked by the plowboi's. The Cards better not beat the seahawks, and we should be at worst 3-1 down the stretch. When you start to win everyone wants to put ya in primetime.
    "deadskin"...
    Ouch.

    Hopefully that pun was un-intended,

    Myself would love to see the broncos game and their run defense with AD for all the nation to see.
    AD should have around 1580 yards or so by then, and he juices them for about 250+ for all to see.
    ;D

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    Re: NBC is considering moving one of the Vikings' games to prime-time

    I get to see the Deadskins (that is what thier fans call them as well) every weekend if I want.


    I wish they would put on this weekends as I will be up at the huntclub hunting and won't have access to the dish.
    Throw in the fact that there is no damn cell coverage and I will have to watch a the skins game and focus on the ticker.
    DAMN.
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