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    Secret Superstar: Chris Cook

    Secret Superstar: Chris Cook, CB, Minnesota Vikings | ProFootballFocus.com


    Well that sure would be nice! He did hold Calvin Johnson, Dwayne Bowe, and then the Fitz to 52 yards or less in consecutive weeks last year...potential is there, if he can find the focus to keep the tap open.
    Control the line, control the time, and give your D a chance to shine!!

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    I think Cook will be great, he played very well last season when he was on the field. Looking forward to seeing him perform this year.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mac D View Post
    I think Cook will be great, he played very well last season when he was on the field. Looking forward to seeing him perform this year.
    I tend to agree. He was looking good before he got into legal trouble. I think if he is able to put last year behind him he will one of the better players in our secondary.
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    I am on this bandwagon.

    I think Cook has all the tools to be a very good corner in this league and I think his returning and Winfield getting healthy ... combined with the addition of Carr, Bowman and Robinson ... will leave our Corners looking MUCH MUCH better than people think this year.

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    Has he lost anything in the time off though. You gotta wonder.

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    I hope he has a monster year. I hope he doesn't make anymore bad choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevoncox View Post
    Has he lost anything in the time off though. You gotta wonder.
    I am saure he has lost a little... it would be surprising if he didn't. THe real question is can he get it back in time for week 1? I tend to think he can.

    Call me crazy, but as I am looking at our secondary for this year, I like seeing Cook, Carr, and Winfield on the field as CBs, with Smith at safety. Our secondary isn't going to set any records this year, but I don't we will be the laughing stock that we were last year either.
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    Ya. I just want to see a competitive secondary. I would love to have a shutdown corner but after last year I would settle for a slowdown corner at least. Yikes. Last year was fricken horrible.
    I bet you could use a cool one huh Clark...Now you're talkin Eddie...

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    I also like cook last year, dad even mentioned his plays were increasing.

    but based on the result of last years secondary.. any name on that roster needs improvement.

    "We tried to stick with it, but there was a point where we were beating our head against a wall," Seattle Coach Mora talking about running at the Williams Wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by NodakPaul View Post
    I am saure he has lost a little... it would be surprising if he didn't. THe real question is can he get it back in time for week 1? I tend to think he can.

    Call me crazy, but as I am looking at our secondary for this year, I like seeing Cook, Carr, and Winfield on the field as CBs, with Smith at safety. Our secondary isn't going to set any records this year, but I don't we will be the laughing stock that we were last year either.
    I agree. A little more pressure up the middle could really help them out as well.
    Cook could be very good if his head is on straight.

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