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    Re: Vikings Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    Thanks singer, good read !!

    I just hope he can get into Williamson's head.
    Williamson gets so down if he drops a ball, and it just starts a downward spiral.

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    Re: Vikings Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    WOW!!
    What a wealth of experience!!
    I hope we can hang on to him for a few years!!!
    Sounds like he's getting some head coach nods from former players etc...

    HELL YEAH!!
    I'm even more excited about our PURPLE POTENTIAL now!!!!!

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    HOW ABOUT A LITTLE PAYBACK FOR THE END OF 06!!?!!?
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    Re: Vikings Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    "SKOL" wrote:
    Thanks singer, good read !!

    I just hope he can get into Williamson's head.
    Williamson gets so down if he drops a ball, and it just starts a downward spiral.
    That is one of the reasons that I really don't want to see the Boo Birds come out with the first dropped pass (Zeus).
    Everyone is going to drop balls.
    It is inevitable.
    Give the kid a chance though...
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    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 Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "SKOL" wrote:
    Thanks singer, good read !!

    I just hope he can get into Williamson's head.
    Williamson gets so down if he drops a ball, and it just starts a downward spiral.
    That is one of the reasons that I really don't want to see the Boo Birds come out with the first dropped pass (Zeus).
    Everyone is going to drop balls.
    It is inevitable.
    Give the kid a chance though...
    The kid has gotten chances and is getting more chances.
    If he can't handle getting booed when he's getting paid millions to catch the ball and he doesn't catch the ball...then maybe he should look into another profession.
    He created the short leash himself by dropping all the balls.
    The whole Nike eyesight thing bougth him some offseason time, but he better come out of the gate catching the ball or he will get booed.
    He, nor anyone else, should be surprised by that.
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    Re: Vikings Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
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    The Vikings might be Stewart's toughest challenge to date.

    His most proven veteran's best season yielded 42 catches for 481 yards, and his pool of talent includes a high-jumping basketball player, a top 10 pick with eye issues and a raw second-round draft pick who doesn't turn 21 until next month.

    "He's the perfect guy for the job in Minnesota," Falcons receiver Michael Jenkins said, "and they'll become great receivers if they listen to him."
    I was looking at his bio on the official Viking site the other day, and I saw the ATL gig listed on his resume.
    I was thinking that the other gigs looked impressive until I saw the ATL gig listed.
    Those ATL WRs did nothing really.
    Point being, that the WRs that he coaches have to have talent to cultivate in order for them to be successful.
    Also, I like the quote from the ATL coach that says they will be good "if the listen to him (Stewart)."
    So what you are saying is that the Atlanta receivers DIDN'T listen to him?
    There's no doubt we need help with the learning curve of our young receivers. I hope to heck he's the answer.
    My opinion COJO but I think if you put the Carter, Rice and Harrison on the Falcons, Vick would still tuck it and run.

    Hell he doesn't have anymore sponsors, but the sponsors he had didn't pay him money to throw the ball.
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    Re: Vikings Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "SKOL" wrote:
    Thanks singer, good read !!

    I just hope he can get into Williamson's head.
    Williamson gets so down if he drops a ball, and it just starts a downward spiral.
    That is one of the reasons that I really don't want to see the Boo Birds come out with the first dropped pass (Zeus).
    Everyone is going to drop balls.
    It is inevitable.
    Give the kid a chance though...
    The kid has gotten chances and is getting more chances.
    If he can't handle getting booed when he's getting paid millions to catch the ball and he doesn't catch the ball...then maybe he should look into another profession.
    He created the short leash himself by dropping all the balls.
    The whole Nike eyesight thing bougth him some offseason time, but he better come out of the gate catching the ball or he will get booed.
    He, nor anyone else, should be surprised by that.
    I still have a problem with booing my own team.
    I don't see anything productive that comes out of it.
    I would rather cheer when he catches the ball than boo when he doesn't.
    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 Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "SKOL" wrote:
    Thanks singer, good read !!

    I just hope he can get into Williamson's head.
    Williamson gets so down if he drops a ball, and it just starts a downward spiral.
    That is one of the reasons that I really don't want to see the Boo Birds come out with the first dropped pass (Zeus).
    Everyone is going to drop balls.
    It is inevitable.
    Give the kid a chance though...
    The kid has gotten chances and is getting more chances.
    If he can't handle getting booed when he's getting paid millions to catch the ball and he doesn't catch the ball...then maybe he should look into another profession.
    He created the short leash himself by dropping all the balls.
    The whole Nike eyesight thing bougth him some offseason time, but he better come out of the gate catching the ball or he will get booed.
    He, nor anyone else, should be surprised by that.
    I still have a problem with booing my own team.
    I don't see anything productive that comes out of it.
    I would rather cheer when he catches the ball than boo when he doesn't.
    I'm not a big fan of booing the team I follow either, unless it's warranted.
    That is up to each person's discretion.
    There are definitely fans that are burnt out on Williamson, so expect boos if he folds.
    I hope he builds up his confidence this preseason.
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    Re: Vikings Spotlight: George Stewart - Mining purple's potential

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "SKOL" wrote:
    Thanks singer, good read !!

    I just hope he can get into Williamson's head.
    Williamson gets so down if he drops a ball, and it just starts a downward spiral.
    That is one of the reasons that I really don't want to see the Boo Birds come out with the first dropped pass (Zeus).
    Everyone is going to drop balls.
    It is inevitable.
    Give the kid a chance though...
    I'm suddenly the poster child for people who boo?

    These are professionals, they have a job to do, part of which is entertaining the crowd.

    I reserve my right to boo whenever I darn well want to boo.

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