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    Vikings: Run game sees (day)light

    [size=13pt]Vikings: Run game sees (day)light[/size]

    The Vikings' rushing attack has taken off in recent weeks, thanks in large part to the improved play of a restructured offensive line.

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    Re: Vikings: Run game sees (day)light

    Posted on Wed, Dec. 13, 2006

    [size=13pt]Running game has some unsung heroes[/size]

    Dugan, Johnson earn praise, too

    BY DON SEEHOLZER
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    Re: Vikings: Run game sees (day)light

    we'll never know if fason or moore woulda done better then pinner..

    but, gotta give credit to Bchill for makeing his choice.. and sticking with it.
    ok it's easy to stick to something working. but i really liked the way our run game is coming.
    we have depth, and some solid guys to get the job done. And none of them are old and envisioning retirement!! lets just keep them on the team

    u know.. 2 years ago if you woulda said we'd have the #1 rush D, #4-5 D overall, and a running game that's up there with the best. then tell me we'd have one of the worst passing games.. I woulda laughed myself wet..


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    "digital420" wrote:
    we'll never know if fason or moore woulda done better then pinner..

    but, gotta give credit to Bchill for makeing his choice.. and sticking with it.
    ok it's easy to stick to something working. but i really liked the way our run game is coming.
    we have depth, and some solid guys to get the job done. And none of them are old and envisioning retirement!! lets just keep them on the team

    u know.. 2 years ago if you woulda said we'd have the #1 rush D, #4-5 D overall, and a running game that's up there with the best. then tell me we'd have one of the worst passing games.. I woulda laughed myself wet..

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    No one outside of the Vikings organization saw it coming. It's just one more example of us & the media not knowing what goes on in practice. I'm sure from what he has seen on the practice field, Childress put in who he felt was the best man for the job, as with most of his decisions.

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