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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    YES ! Against a relatively inexperienced QB (Aaron Rogers), you want to play early, when he still doesn't know what he is doing yet. Plus it is on national TV, making the "choke factor" even better.

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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    wow this is so stupid................


    its April 2nd and I'm getting more and more antsy every day for the season to start again... the offseason is so long!!



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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    Of course it is. Either it will be a huge dose of reality, or it will prove we can play with the big dogs.
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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    "V" wrote:
    Of course it is. Either it will be a huge dose of reality, or it will prove we can play with the big dogs.
    lol, let me set something straight here...

    If we lose:
    The headlines will be "Favre-less Packers still too much for Minnesota Vikings".
    It will be an embarrassment, and cheeseheads won't let us live it down, especially since they've swept us the past 2 seasons.


    If we win:
    Every article will be about how Rodgers' inexperience and youth led to a victory for the Vikings; not that we were the better team, but that we only won because a guy that has never started before is on the opposite side of the ball.
    Cheeseheads will claim "So what, we beat you with Favre"
    "If Favre was here ----- blah blah blah"

    NO ONE will think we can hang with the "big dogs" by winning this game, unless we completely dominate them




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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    We will absolutely spank the Packers. That is a stone cold lock.

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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    "Vikes_King" wrote:
    "V" wrote:
    Of course it is. Either it will be a huge dose of reality, or it will prove we can play with the big dogs.
    lol, let me set something straight here...

    If we lose:
    The headlines will be "Favre-less Packers still too much for Minnesota Vikings".
    It will be an embarrassment, and cheeseheads won't let us live it down, especially since they've swept us the past 2 seasons.


    If we win:
    Every article will be about how Rodgers' inexperience and youth led to a victory for the Vikings; not that we were the better team, but that we only won because a guy that has never started before is on the opposite side of the ball.
    Cheeseheads will claim "So what, we beat you with Favre"
    "If Favre was here ----- blah blah blah"

    NO ONE will think we can hang with the "big dogs" by winning this game, unless we completely dominate them


    that is so true... i hope we just fing dominate them

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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    I think this is a good thing.
    It will give AD a chance to break the single season rushing record on national TV.

    Anyway, what's a good or bad time to have a game?
    It's impossible to predict what the precise circumstances - weather, injuries, etc. - will be at game time and which team they will favor.
    The Packers are on the schedule twice, so bring 'em on.

    The only thing good or bad is that it's a chance for the Vikes to be on national TV in a rivalry game.
    I think that's good for the franchise and good for me because I can watch the game with friends that aren't normally interested in catching Vikes games.
    When the age of the Vikings came to a close, they must have sensed it. Probably, they gathered together one evening, slapped each other on the back and said, "Hey, good job." - Jack Handey [Deep Thoughts]

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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    "Overlord" wrote:
    I think this is a good thing.
    It will give AD a chance to break the single season rushing record on national TV.


    Anyway, what's a good or bad time to have a game?
    It's impossible to predict what the precise circumstances - weather, injuries, etc. - will be at game time and which team they will favor.
    The Packers are on the schedule twice, so bring 'em on.

    The only thing good or bad is that it's a chance for the Vikes to be on national TV in a rivalry game.
    I think that's good for the franchise and good for me because I can watch the game with friends that aren't normally interested in catching Vikes games.
    that made me laugh!!! ;D that would be so cool if he did it again tho!

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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    "StillPurple" wrote:
    We will absolutely spank the Packers. That is a stone cold lock.
    Yeah? Whose going to be starting at LT protecting the QB's blind side?

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: Is Opening In Green Bay a Good Thing for the Vikings?

    haha, i was waiting for that from Singer i've read almost that exact same line about 5 times today


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