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    Re: Vikings: Don’t Believe The 'Sota Hype

    "gagarr" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    The frenzy and excitement of free agency has been over for two months.
    He lost me there.
    All credibility out the window.

    My take.....

    a.
    TJ needs to play better and stay healthy.
    b.
    Whoever replaces (if he is suspended) Big Mac must hold his own.
    c.
    Phat Pat and Kwill need to collapse the pocket up the middle so the QB doesn't just step up basically negating JA's pass rush.
    d.
    AD and CT needs to stay healthy.
    e.
    Rice needs to continue to develop above the norm.
    f.
    Our backups need to step up if any of these come to fruition.

    etc etc etc

    The QB isn't the only thing that can derail the train my friends.
    Very true but he is the guy that can make the biggest difference on the success of this team. Those other points are minor. Well except for AD getting hurt but Taylor is capable of stepping in.
    I have to go with marstc09 on this one.
    TJack is the biggest risk factor on our team.
    Are there others?
    Of course.
    But none are as big of a factor as TJack.
    I'm with marstc09 too....
    QB is by far the most important position on the field.
    TJ still hasn't proven himself, if he does modest improvements then all is good.
    But if he has poor showings in GB and Indy games... then there will be doubt.
    Granted they are tough games, but there are always tough games and the best always get up for the big games.

    TJ may throw for 7 TD's, 0 INT's, and 800yards against the Cards, but if he has a 55 QB rating against Indy, I will think he's a problem.
    The Vikes need to win the BIG games and TJ has yet do win even one.
    Don't mention the Chargers game, as that was all AD.
    T-Jack was injured in the 2nd qtr of that game. That was Bollinger in there for most of it.

    He played well in both the Giants & Broncos games I thought. Had T-Will not dropped those two ball in the Denver game, we'd have come out of it in the win column.

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    Re: Vikings: Don’t Believe The 'Sota Hype

    "singersp" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    The frenzy and excitement of free agency has been over for two months.
    He lost me there.
    All credibility out the window.

    My take.....

    a.
    TJ needs to play better and stay healthy.
    b.
    Whoever replaces (if he is suspended) Big Mac must hold his own.
    c.
    Phat Pat and Kwill need to collapse the pocket up the middle so the QB doesn't just step up basically negating JA's pass rush.
    d.
    AD and CT needs to stay healthy.
    e.
    Rice needs to continue to develop above the norm.
    f.
    Our backups need to step up if any of these come to fruition.

    etc etc etc

    The QB isn't the only thing that can derail the train my friends.
    Very true but he is the guy that can make the biggest difference on the success of this team. Those other points are minor. Well except for AD getting hurt but Taylor is capable of stepping in.
    I have to go with marstc09 on this one.
    TJack is the biggest risk factor on our team.
    Are there others?
    Of course.
    But none are as big of a factor as TJack.
    I'm with marstc09 too....
    QB is by far the most important position on the field.
    TJ still hasn't proven himself, if he does modest improvements then all is good.
    But if he has poor showings in GB and Indy games... then there will be doubt.
    Granted they are tough games, but there are always tough games and the best always get up for the big games.

    TJ may throw for 7 TD's, 0 INT's, and 800yards against the Cards, but if he has a 55 QB rating against Indy, I will think he's a problem.
    The Vikes need to win the BIG games and TJ has yet do win even one.
    Don't mention the Chargers game, as that was all AD.
    T-Jack was injured in the 2nd qtr of that game. That was Bollinger in there for most of it.

    He played well in both the Giants & Broncos games I thought. Had T-Will not dropped those two ball in the Denver game, we'd have come out of it in the win column.
    Correct, he had some good games.
    Especially the Broncos game.
    However, he had some miserable games, including Chicago II and Washington.
    I want a QB who will be consistent, not Rex Grossman-like.
    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: Vikings: Don’t Believe The 'Sota Hype

    "singersp" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    The frenzy and excitement of free agency has been over for two months.
    He lost me there.
    All credibility out the window.

    My take.....

    a.
    TJ needs to play better and stay healthy.
    b.
    Whoever replaces (if he is suspended) Big Mac must hold his own.
    c.
    Phat Pat and Kwill need to collapse the pocket up the middle so the QB doesn't just step up basically negating JA's pass rush.
    d.
    AD and CT needs to stay healthy.
    e.
    Rice needs to continue to develop above the norm.
    f.
    Our backups need to step up if any of these come to fruition.

    etc etc etc

    The QB isn't the only thing that can derail the train my friends.
    Very true but he is the guy that can make the biggest difference on the success of this team. Those other points are minor. Well except for AD getting hurt but Taylor is capable of stepping in.
    I have to go with marstc09 on this one.
    TJack is the biggest risk factor on our team.
    Are there others?
    Of course.
    But none are as big of a factor as TJack.
    I'm with marstc09 too....
    QB is by far the most important position on the field.
    TJ still hasn't proven himself, if he does modest improvements then all is good.
    But if he has poor showings in GB and Indy games... then there will be doubt.
    Granted they are tough games, but there are always tough games and the best always get up for the big games.

    TJ may throw for 7 TD's, 0 INT's, and 800yards against the Cards, but if he has a 55 QB rating against Indy, I will think he's a problem.
    The Vikes need to win the BIG games and TJ has yet do win even one.
    Don't mention the Chargers game, as that was all AD.
    T-Jack was injured in the 2nd qtr of that game. That was Bollinger in there for most of it.

    He played well in both the Giants & Broncos games I thought. Had T-Will not dropped those two ball in the Denver game, we'd have come out of it in the win column.
    Thanks singer... your right TJ can't be given that win.
    TJ did play well in the Giants game although he had a minor role in the win... He only threw the ball 12 times... CT ran it 31 times... Eli contributed 4 INT's.
    All TJ had to do was not drop before giving it to CT.

    TJ might be good enough not to do no harm, but besides a few shiny moments he's not done that much good, except hand the ball off.
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    Re: Vikings: Don’t Believe The 'Sota Hype

    as far as the Sota hype.. well..
    when u sign people like Jared, or wr's like BB.. solidify your O and D from FA and draftee's... it's hard not to enjoy some hype.. esp when you boast the best rb combo, 7 returning pro-bowlers, and 1 pro bowler addition.

    it's a team that's reaching that pinacle in the (building) phase. and is ready to jump in the mix.


    now u can say we have weaknesses.. well OFC!! but those weaknesses seem to be building into solid performing spots, and as we are not relying to have a Brady or PMan winning or loosing the game. we have a very solid TEAM that will do whatever it needs to win games.

    DiGiTaL

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