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    Regrets about Culpepper

    I was wondering if anyone would regret trading Culpepper if he turns out to be the best QB in the NFL for the next 5 years. It would stink, but I would not regret it. We will be alright, and I would rather see discipline for my team.
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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    I have no regrets either way. If he had stayed when he didn't want to, he would have caused trouble for the whole team! He wanted out, good riddence!
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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    Nope. Cause it aint gonna happen.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    no regrets at all..hes going to stink even worse than last year behind that bad offensive line..not to mention the fact that hes unlikely to even play this season
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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    No regrets, bye bye don't care about him anymore.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    The Vikes once traded Tarkington only later on rejoin the Vikes and play in three Superbowls. I'm sure a day could come when the Vikes would re-sign Pep. That said, its not likely because Culpepper burned his bridges not only with the coaches, but also with management.

    Gotta wonder if it was Foley trying to make room for Brees. It seems Foley ruffled his feathers in many different pots with many in the Vikings organization. Thoughts?

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    The Minnesota Vikings are the kings of seeing talent succeed elsewhere, but I like what we've got going now . . . and soon . . . it'll be our day!

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    "umaguma1979" wrote:
    The Vikes once traded Tarkington only later on rejoin the Vikes and play in three Superbowls. I'm sure a day could come when the Vikes would re-sign Pep. That said, its not likely because Culpepper burned his bridges not only with the coaches, but also with management.

    Gotta wonder if it was Foley trying to make room for Brees. It seems Foley ruffled his feathers in many different pots with many in the Vikings organization. Thoughts?
    I doubt it. Daunte did a 180 from the type of attitude he had & being the humble person he was.

    Something or someone else pushed him to change almost overnight.

    Was it the injury? His wife? We may never know.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    Well I don't think it will happen, but I won't regret it. He didn't want to be a Vike anymore.

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    Re: Regrets about Culpepper

    I think that DC is not done in the NFL. He will have his moments of good play but I think that he does not have the ablility to keep it all together for a whole season. That is his downfall and the reason he soon will be playing backup somewhere.

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