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    Things to do after this season

    Replace the coach and the whole staff.
    Let sharper go he is a shadow of his former self.
    Let griffith go, he is horrible.
    Please get rid of herrera and cook they both play like crap.
    Find a tight end worth a dam.
    and last but not least DRAFT A GOOD QUARTERBACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.




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    Re: Things to do after this season

    Its week 6......
    Brad Childress is 1-6 in games played Dec. 17 or later.

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    Original?

    No.

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    "vik1]<br" wrote:
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    Agreed...although I'd like to be there to "escort" Childress out of town....strapped to the hood of my truck.

    "vik1]Let" wrote:
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    It's not Sharper - it's the rigidity of the scheme

    "vik1]Let" wrote:
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    See the above answer.

    "vik1]Please" wrote:
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    We could use an upgrade on the right side....but we've been looking for one for @ 6 years.

    "vik1]Find" wrote:

    We have one...his name is Kleinsasser....Childress doesn't use him.
    (As I type this, Kleinie catches a big one....MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!)

    [quote author=vik1]and last but not least DRAFT A GOOD QUARTERBACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
    Booty might turn out ok.....but we definately need a young guy we can develop (No, Jackson apologists, we've closed that chapter.
    Don't bother mentioning him).

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    The rigidity of the scheme?
    Sorry dude this defense works on other teams because the players execute it.
    Sharper is slow and never near the receiver when they get by the corner.
    And acts like he won the super bowl when he makes a play.
    griffith falls for pump fakes constantly.

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    Sharper is still a big piece of the secondary and an even bigger piece in the defense as a whole. To get rid of him from an already struggling and weak secondary would be absolutely moronic.

    Yeah, let's go ahead and make our secondary worse.
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    Sharper still makes plays (remember, he's a SAFETY) and is great along side Winfield.
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    Re: Things to do after this season

    What plays has he made?

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    I am watching the team "fumble" the game away to Detroit, and I am thinking that this is going to be perhaps the best team that does not make the playoffs (I am assuming that either Green Bay or Chicago wins the division, and between the Eagles, Cowboys and Giants, one will obviously win the division and the other two will vie for the available wild card spots). It is hard to figure out where to start with this team, but after spending all that money in free agency, and after investing two years in failed projects the Vikings are really no better than when Mike Tice was the coach. I suspect that the team needs a real "football person" to head to front office (hey, Matt Millen is available); Childress is a "less than successful" experiment at untested head coach (as Jackson was HIS failed experiment at untested rookie QB). I might also suggest that Ziggy is an untested NFL owner (those big dollar free agency picks are starting to look a little frayed around the edges). It is discouraging for Vikings fans (as it has to be for their ownership); this team has stalled, and has been stalled for a long time. This team should NOT be struggling against Detroit, but it shows where things are really at.

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    "vik1" wrote:
    The rigidity of the scheme?
    Sorry dude this defense works on other teams because the players execute it.
    Sharper is slow and never near the receiver when they get by the corner.
    And acts like he won the super bowl when he makes a play.
    griffith falls for pump fakes constantly.
    Now I'm "Dude"?

    Our Defense does not adjust....ever....for any reason.
    We are asking players to play outside of their strengths, and it costs us.


    Despite your charged opinion, Sharper is still performing at a pretty significant level, and Griffin is growing into his position.

    Believe me, I am not one to give players a lot of slack - if you'd been around awhile you'd know that - but neither am I a big fan of knee jerk reactionism.
    Most of our Defensive woes are scheme related, not player related.
    Frazier needs to get aggressive and let peopel like Griffin rips heads off.
    But he keeps everyone in that cover 2 zone all game long without changing things up.
    Believe me, that scheme has been around long enough for teams to know how to exploit it....and that's what we see.

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    Re: Things to do after this season

    Drink. Lots.

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