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    Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    The Vikings were quite pleased with Rice’s performance on Sunday, but the former second-round pick said he is yet to return to his 2009 form.
    Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good
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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Nice. Wish Favre had him the whole year. Love those acrobatic catches.

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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Quote Originally Posted by "marstc09" #1082458
    Nice. Wish Favre had him the whole year. Love those acrobatic catches.
    Your not the only one. I've been saying that has been our offenses problem all year.

    Defense, well, El Syd can't help the DL much other than to help sustain drives and keep that piece of crap DL off the field.
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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    That dude does have amazing ball skills. If he can just figure out how to stay healthy.

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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Quote Originally Posted by "tastywaves" #1082489
    That dude does have amazing ball skills. If he can just figure out how to stay healthy.
    I think he gets hurt because of the same thing that makes him great. He doesn't seem to worry about throwing his body around.

    Cats like that seem to get dinged a bit to often.

    Remember, its was what worried alot of people about AD as well.
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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    It always makes me feel good to see that big, big Sydney GRIN.

    He takes no prisoners and he's all heart.

    Gotta love that guy.

    It's what you learn after you know it all that counts.
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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Health is the biggest concern for everyone. Hopefully he can stay on the field for us next year and get us competitive again
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Can we please start calling him Sidney.. Not Sydney?

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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Quote Originally Posted by "V4L" #1082623
    Can we please start calling him Sidney.. Not Sydney?
    Its better than Cindy
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    Re: Sidney Rice Is Feeling Good

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1082487
    Quote Originally Posted by "marstc09" #1082458
    Nice. Wish Favre had him the whole year. Love those acrobatic catches.
    Your not the only one. I've been saying that has been our offenses problem all year.

    Defense, well, El Syd can't help the DL much other than to help sustain drives and keep that piece of crap DL off the field.
    Marr,
    Why is our DL a peice of crap? $th against the run. Middle of the road vs. pressure. Our Dl is still our strength. It's not their fault that our Cbs give in like a drunk senior on prom night.

    Lets take a look at bat downs? Break ups? Ints?
    I think Ints are a product of pressure but the lack of break ups is apparent in. We don't have the talent in the secondary that we need.
    It's a two way street. Good coverage can cause sacks and pressure can make your coverage look better. Our secondary demands that our DL perform at a high level for them to look average. When do they ever bail the DL out with a coverage sack? Its obvious you rather blame pro bowlers and possible Haller famers over a couple of rookies and no name players.:P :huh:

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