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    With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    [size=13pt]With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity[/size]

    By KEVIN SEIFERT, Star Tribune

    Last update: March 4, 2008 - 9:48 PM



    Bobby Wade was working out in Arizona when he heard the news.....

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

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    As Wade told the story Tuesday, one of his trainers rushed over and said: "Minnesota Vikings, NFC North champs!"
    Hell yeah!
    Playoffs here we come!
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    How long before the competitive juices start flowing again...

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    As Wade told the story Tuesday, one of his trainers rushed over and said: "Minnesota Vikings, NFC North champs!"
    Hell yeah!
    Playoffs here we come!
    ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D


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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    Hmm apparently Rodgers sent out a memo to all the other NFCN teams declaring surrender, dang I missed that memo..


    We will see how the offseason progresses, I don't think we will fall into the basement, probably slip some but I think we will be okay.

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    "pack93z" wrote:
    Hmm apparently Rodgers sent out a memo to all the other NFCN teams declaring surrender, dang I missed that memo..


    We will see how the offseason progresses, I don't think we will fall into the basement, probably slip some but I think we will be okay.
    Rogers is not Favre....but that may not be a bad thing either.
    Rogers will probably take better care of the ball and not force throws.

    I for one will truly miss Favre, but only because he was so dang competitive and played hard all the time

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    not for nothing but i wanted the packers this year with farve at the helm.
    i wanted payback for that fucking loss that had me berateing childress in ways i never thought i could.
    i felt like they were gonna come back down to earth a bit anyway and i could get my sweet revenge and he would end his career after losing to us.
    now i gotta live with that bitch going out after destroying us.


    but it probably does give us a better chance to sweep tis year.
    oh well..
    "self improvement's masturbation.
    now self destruction" that's enlightenment

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    "NDVikingFan66" wrote:
    Rogers is not Favre....but that may not be a bad thing either.
    Rogers will probably take better care of the ball and not force throws.

    I for one will truly miss Favre, but only because he was so dang competitive and played hard all the time
    The thing I admired the most about Favre was the passion for the game and he always treated it as a game and enjoyed it for the most part.

    Rodgers I think will be more cautious with the ball, but he will have to rely on the rest of the team to keep him in the game. Biggest different to me will be Rodger will have to play within the gameplan, Brett could make that play every once in a while the defied the gameplan.. sometimes with success sometimes with failure.. but one thing for sure, it will be odd not seeing #4 jog onto the field and the confidence that it provided.

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    Vikings 10-3
    Packers 7-9
    Bears 7-9
    Lions 6-10

    IMO
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    "gregair13" wrote:
    Vikings 10-3
    Packers 7-9
    Bears 7-9
    Lions 6-10

    IMO
    10-3? are we not playing 16 games or?

    Thanks josdin00

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