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    Re:Vikings new OL

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    My guess is it's the video of the college guy taking the entire play off... if it is, that guy does have one advantage over Cook... he doesn't false start
    OK, gotcha. That would be funny.

    On a side note, still don't know why people hack on Cook. Foley was the cat that drafted him (to early) and the Chiller was the Coach who moved him out there and played him without a better option.

    All Cook did was go out and do his best.

    People should be hacking on the Coaching staff and the FO pukes for taking so long to fix the RT (and C) positions.

    Anyone else notice that this is the first year our starting QB has made it to week 13?
    You mean the same QB who hasn't missed a game in how many seasons?
    That QB?
    What a surprise!

    As to the other 2 on this team, they didn't even get through training camp without injuries.

    I agree with you when it comes to Cook. He did the best he could.
    Comeon Doc, you didn't worry about our OL protecting him this year?

    Yes, he's one tough SOB but without the improvement we've had on the OL, even he could've been bent a bit by some of those funky 3-4's we've seen this year.
    Darn right I was worried. Quick question. Wouldn't you be more worried with a young QB with a track record of never finishing a full season due to injury.

    Even you must admit that part of the failure to protect the QB is the responsibility of the QB.

    Kevon always said the line was fine, the QB wasn't.
    I tend to agree.
    Of course I would. And I do agree on the QB's role. Still doesn't mean that I wasn't worried about him making through a full year.

    Hell, we've had seasoned vets broke each and every year, not just youngsters my friend.
    Actually, like you I'm almost certain, I was concerned he would get injured but still play, like last year.
    That is still a possibility.
    But this line is keeping him pretty clean. And he is one tough old buzzard.

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    Hope he don't turn out like that Uffda guy!
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    Lets hope Mayock doesn't get a hold of this tape because he will destroy him during the time before the draft.
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    LMFBO,,,What the hell is that lineman doing? Did he fall asleep? I've never seen that before in my life...LMAO
    That was one of the wierdest things I've seen on the football field. The tackle just freezed. LOL!

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    jargomcfargo wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    jargomcfargo wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    jargomcfargo wrote:
    Marrdro wrote:
    BleedinPandG wrote:
    My guess is it's the video of the college guy taking the entire play off... if it is, that guy does have one advantage over Cook... he doesn't false start
    OK, gotcha. That would be funny.

    On a side note, still don't know why people hack on Cook. Foley was the cat that drafted him (to early) and the Chiller was the Coach who moved him out there and played him without a better option.

    All Cook did was go out and do his best.

    People should be hacking on the Coaching staff and the FO pukes for taking so long to fix the RT (and C) positions.

    Anyone else notice that this is the first year our starting QB has made it to week 13?
    You mean the same QB who hasn't missed a game in how many seasons?
    That QB?
    What a surprise!

    As to the other 2 on this team, they didn't even get through training camp without injuries.

    I agree with you when it comes to Cook. He did the best he could.
    Comeon Doc, you didn't worry about our OL protecting him this year?

    Yes, he's one tough SOB but without the improvement we've had on the OL, even he could've been bent a bit by some of those funky 3-4's we've seen this year.
    Darn right I was worried. Quick question. Wouldn't you be more worried with a young QB with a track record of never finishing a full season due to injury.

    Even you must admit that part of the failure to protect the QB is the responsibility of the QB.

    Kevon always said the line was fine, the QB wasn't.
    I tend to agree.
    Of course I would. And I do agree on the QB's role. Still doesn't mean that I wasn't worried about him making through a full year.

    Hell, we've had seasoned vets broke each and every year, not just youngsters my friend.
    Actually, like you I'm almost certain, I was concerned he would get injured but still play, like last year.
    That is still a possibility.
    But this line is keeping him pretty clean. And he is one tough old buzzard.

    BTW, this purple floyd guy seems alright for a waterboy.
    Hope he don't turn out like that Uffda guy!

    Not a chance,He is my evil twin. That guy is history and since the email account he registered with doesn't exist anymore we won't be seeing him around these parts ever again.

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    Re:Vikings new OL

    Marrdro wrote:
    BleedinPandG wrote:
    My guess is it's the video of the college guy taking the entire play off... if it is, that guy does have one advantage over Cook... he doesn't false start
    OK, gotcha. That would be funny.

    On a side note, still don't know why people hack on Cook. Foley was the cat that drafted him (to early) and the Chiller was the Coach who moved him out there and played him without a better option.

    All Cook did was go out and do his best.

    People should be hacking on the Coaching staff and the FO pukes for taking so long to fix the RT (and C) positions.

    Anyone else notice that this is the first year our starting QB has made it to week 13?
    PMS kicking in? we seem a bit sensitive :laugh:

    Quick question: All our current QB has done is to go out and do his best so why is it that you do not apply the same standard there? At least when people call out Cook, the proof is there that he was not cutting it. Hating on a league MVP candidate is worse.

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    Re:Vikings new OL

    Marrdro wrote:
    BleedinPandG wrote:
    My guess is it's the video of the college guy taking the entire play off... if it is, that guy does have one advantage over Cook... he doesn't false start
    OK, gotcha. That would be funny.

    On a side note, still don't know why people hack on Cook. Foley was the cat that drafted him (to early) and the Chiller was the Coach who moved him out there and played him without a better option.

    All Cook did was go out and do his best.

    People should be hacking on the Coaching staff and the FO pukes for taking so long to fix the RT (and C) positions.

    Anyone else notice that this is the first year our starting QB has made it to week 13?
    Troy Williamson also went out and did his best.

    And I don't think the QB to week 13 thing holds much weight. TJ really only got hurt when he scrambled, because he doesn't know how to slide. Yes, Holcomb was dropped on his head, and Gus broke his back (On an extremely late hit btw)

    Favre brings the toughness, and a strange knack of avoiding big hits. Its no fluke he's gone so long without missing a game. Look at the line he had in 2007, then look how that same line performed with Rogers next year?

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