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    Vikings need someone to fill Cook's spot

    Vikings need someone to fill Chris Cook's spot, and fast

    Minnesota Vikings need someone to fill Chris Cook's spot, and fast - TwinCities.com

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    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Vikings need someone to fill Cook's spot

    By the end of the year he will have missed like 30 games in 3 years. Not exactly the kind of guy to build a secondary around anyway

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    Cook was finally fulfilling his role.. it's a shame to see him get hurt. I wouldn't call him a hurt prone player as this is really his first major injury. at least he's staying out of trouble.

    here's the Q.. do we activate someone from PS? or do we trade/fa some1?

    we have Jefferson and JR. JR seems to have the more upside, but needs development. neither in my mind can live up to what cook was doing, but it's a development/rebuilding year so why not stick with what we have.

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    I don't see anybody available that is an improvement, I don't see us trading for anybody.

    Jefferson honesltly isn't a bad option. He's an above average #3 Corner, which means he's leaps and bounds better than any #3 corners we've had before on this team. Winfield, Robinson, Jefferson Raymond/Sanford and Smith is a hell of alot better than the joke of a secondary we had last year.

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