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    There's a disruptive tackle -- Kevin Williams, who fills the same role as the Lions' Shaun Rogers and the Bears' Tommie Harris. There's a versatile presence at middle linebacker -- leading tackler Napoleon Harris, who steps in where the Lions' Boss Bailey and Bears' Brian Urlacher left off. There's a do-it-all cornerback -- Antoine Winfield, whose counterparts with the Lions and Bears are Dre' Bly and Nathan Vasher. There's the all-important "2" -- safeties Darren Sharper and Dwight Smith, who do for the Vikings what Kenoy Kennedy and Terrence Holt do for the Lions and Danieal Manning and the now-injured Mike Brown did for the Bears.

    He forgot to mention a guy that you don't want to forget about Phat Pat Williams!
    He will be the best nose tackle your team has faced all year, and maybe he didn't mention him on purpose because nobody you have faced will stuff the middle like he does and if you block him one on one you find out like Detroit did 2 weeks ago that he will eat your QB for lunch, and that man can eat!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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

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    Mommy, I'm scared, this could be the most explosive game this year with Steve Hutchinson's homecoming and Nate Burleson facing his old team! :'( Save me from the Poison Pill Bowl! EEEEEEEEEEKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I'm stuck in Wisconson. Yet I don't care cause as long as the Vikes keep on kicking the Pack's a$$, I'll stay here to piss off the Packer fans!

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    Re: The Poison Pill Bowl

    [size=13pt]SPECIAL TEAMS[/size]

    Posted on Sun, Oct. 22, 2006

    Don Seeholzer's scouting report


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    Re: The Poison Pill Bowl

    [size=13pt]Seahawks TE Jerramy Stevens returns today against the Vikings[/size]

    10/22/2006

    Stats for both teams are listed in the article.

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    The Seahawks have won 12 straight at home, but the Vikings have been know to stop those kinds of records.

    Just ask the Packers.

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    "singersp" wrote:
    The Seahawks have won 12 straight at home, but the Vikings have been know to stop those kinds of records.

    Just ask the Packers.
    Hmm, the packers were on their way down, also the falcons started the demise of the lambo advantage in the playoffs.
    The seattle team is still a super bowl contender, they have probably the best fans, best stadium in the NFL right now.
    I think this game will be very tough for the vikings, if brad continues to play like a 3rd stringer this team will not win.
    Its up to him to finally show the vikings fans he deserves to be the starter rather than being handed the job.
    The D will do their part, they have all season
    You republican whore!

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    Re: The Poison Pill Bowl

    [size=13pt]Seahawks-Vikings: Raiders of the Lost Guard [/size]


    By Todd Webb
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    Posted Oct 22, 2006


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    Re: The Poison Pill Bowl

    Seahawks through their first 5 games …

    2006: 17 sacks allowed

    Interesting! Shall we make that 24?




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