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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    [quote author=pack93z]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.[/quote]


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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    I wanted to kick the Packers ass this year WITH FAVRE

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    "tb04512" wrote:
    "gregair13" wrote:
    Vikings 10-3
    Packers 7-9
    Bears 7-9
    Lions 6-10

    IMO
    10-3? are we not playing 16 games or?
    13 games is what it will take to clinch the NFC title for us.

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

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    [size=13pt]Favre's news big boost for Vikings[/size]

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    Article Last Updated: 03/05/2008 12:18:46 AM CST



    I put in a call to the Vikings to find out if any coaches or team executives did cartwheels or back flips in the hallways of their Winter Park facility Tuesday....


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    "davike" wrote:
    I wanted to kick the Packers jiggly butt this year WITH FAVRE

    You always want to beat the champ when they have all their horses, but beating the Pack consistently for the next few years won't be so hard to take either. ;D

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    "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.
    I know this will sound a bit off but I really believe that Rodgers actually fits the system better than Favre.
    More of a take what the Defense gives guy that McCarthy wants back there.

    With the ole gunslinger gone there will be alot less "Make it up as you go" "Chuck it Deep" stuff that most fans love to see.

    Ole Lord Favre doesn't hold the INT record for nothing.
    That guy loved to try to make things happend when there wasn't anything there.

    Long story short, I still thing the PUKERS will be a tough team to play next year even without Favreeeee.

    Good OL (Lets see how well they do without that quick release though
    ;D)
    Good D
    Capable recievers.
    Sound coaching staff.

    etc etc.
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    "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.
    PM me your e-mail address & I'll send you a copy of mine.
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    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "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.
    I know this will sound a bit off but I really believe that Rodgers actually fits the system better than Favre.
    More of a take what the Defense gives guy that McCarthy wants back there.

    With the ole gunslinger gone there will be alot less "Make it up as you go" "Chuck it Deep" stuff that most fans love to see.

    Ole Lord Favre doesn't hold the INT record for nothing.
    That guy loved to try to make things happend when there wasn't anything there.

    Long story short, I still thing the PUKERS will be a tough team to play next year even without Favreeeee.

    Good OL (Lets see how well they do without that quick release though
    ;D)
    Good D
    Great recievers.
    Sound coaching staff.

    etc etc.
    Fixed
    ;D

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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "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.
    I know this will sound a bit off but I really believe that Rodgers actually fits the system better than Favre.
    More of a take what the Defense gives guy that McCarthy wants back there.

    With the ole gunslinger gone there will be alot less "Make it up as you go" "Chuck it Deep" stuff that most fans love to see.

    Ole Lord Favre doesn't hold the INT record for nothing.
    That guy loved to try to make things happend when there wasn't anything there.

    Long story short, I still thing the PUKERS will be a tough team to play next year even without Favreeeee.

    Good OL (Lets see how well they do without that quick release though
    ;D)
    Good D
    Great recievers.
    Sound coaching staff.

    etc etc.
    I agree Marr, Rogers will be a hell of a QB in their system


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    Re: With respected rival gone,Vikings see opportunity

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "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.
    I know this will sound a bit off but I really believe that Rodgers actually fits the system better than Favre.
    More of a take what the Defense gives guy that McCarthy wants back there.

    With the ole gunslinger gone there will be alot less "Make it up as you go" "Chuck it Deep" stuff that most fans love to see.

    Ole Lord Favre doesn't hold the INT record for nothing.
    That guy loved to try to make things happend when there wasn't anything there.

    Long story short, I still thing the PUKERS will be a tough team to play next year even without Favreeeee.

    Good OL (Lets see how well they do without that quick release though
    ;D)
    Good D
    Capable recievers.
    Sound coaching staff.

    etc etc.
    well lets settle down a bit.
    rogers is also not gonna make people pay the same way farve has his whole career for trying to pressure him.
    and he's not gonna make the great plays farve made outta bad situations.
    and he's probably not talented enough to make mediocre recievers into 1000 yard recievers like farve did his whole career.
    Its no coincidence they won so many games with him all these years and you can't honestly say he played with another star let alone superstar the whole time.
    so to think rogers is just gonna step in a repeat the same things is being a bit naive.
    they are not gonna be pushovers but don't make it sound like it improves their team.
    "self improvement's masturbation.
    now self destruction" that's enlightenment

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