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    Vikings are in good hands

    [size=13pt]Vikings are in good hands[/size]

    -Star Tribune
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    The Vikings' receivers are young and inexperienced, but they have a seasoned coach who says he thinks they will do fine.

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    Re: Vikings are in good hands

    CCthebest is going to have hard nipples when he reads that headline.
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    Re: Vikings are in good hands


    Good stuff Ultra, somebodies favorite is not going to make the team... Bubble guys, and practice squad. If we keep 6 active that leaves 5 dreams broken. Carter, Surrency, Lowber, Hankton, and I don't know.... I just hope that if we have to cut some of these guys that another team is interested. Maybe a trade for O-line help.

    I have faith that we will have a good passing game. Teams will make the mistake of taking us lightly, stacking the box, so we'd better be able to get the ball to our young wide-outs.

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    Re: Vikings are in good hands

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    [size=13pt]Vikings are in good hands[/size]

    -Star Tribune
    by Judd Zulgad

    The Vikings' receivers are young and inexperienced, but they have a seasoned coach who says he thinks they will do fine.
    I think they can, I think they can.....

    [img width=450 height=415]http://www.railroadbookstore.com/photopost/data/508/1The_Little_Engine_That_Could.jpg[/img]

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    "Prophet" wrote:
    CCthebest is going to have hard nipples when he reads that headline.
    ROTF!!!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Vikings are in good hands

    The competition also includes Jason Carter (one NFL game), Justin Surrency (none), Martin Nance (one) and rookie Todd Lowber, who had never played football before this training camp.
    i giggle a little everytime i read that, he doesnt look too bad surprisingly tho.

    i really hope carter makes it


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