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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    It's very unlikely we would ever get Moss back, but the draft will not make enough of an impact to improve this ffense next year.
    It's fairly clear we need a proven veteran or two at WR/TE to instantly improve our passing game next year.


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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    I still dont see how everyone had such high expectations for this year. Lets look at all the changes that took place.

    1. Entire new coaching staff
    2. Entire new offensive scheme
    3. Entire new defensive scheme
    4. Back up QB as the Starter
    5. We lose two #1 WR's
    6. New RB
    7. More than half of our O-line is new
    8. Lose 2 defensive starters before the season starts


    One of these would be a huge change for an organization but we had 8, count them 8, major changes from last year to this one.
    I would by no means expect the team to be better than last year and I wouldnt say we "took a step back"
    it is just transition.

    please help me explain why this team was supposed to be be good this year with all of these changes taking place?

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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    I don't know...We should ask the Jets how they did it.

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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "vikingsfan717" wrote:
    Yea Our offense went down but our defense def. went up. Let's see we are 6-10 have the 7th pick in the draft and we might be able to get Randy Moss back. If we get Moss back and then draft an OL and DE in the first 2 rounds and then get a WR late on the first day of the draft then maybe we could get our team into the playoffs next year.

    Whoever the starting QB is next year is going to be good. Brooks didn't look bad in that game against the Bears and Tarvaris looked like he learned a lot from the Green Bay game. Tjack def. had a better performance in the Rams game.

    So I have high expections for the 2007 season. If we get Moss back from the Radiers and work on our line a bit then we will do just fine. Maybe we can even steal Dwight Freeny from the FA.

    GO VIKINGS!!!
    LMAO.
    Can you even make a post without including the phrase "Get Moss Back" in it?
    Every post has pretty much the same message.

    Let's make a wager.
    If it happens (which I doubt), I will personally buy you a brand new Moss jersey.
    If it doesn't happen, you will never utter that phrase again. ;D

    Deal?
    I can, "Let's go forward with Moss."

    LOL

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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    Its hard to argue that the Vikings didn't go down when their record plummeted.



    If only we could bring Moss back...

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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Its hard to argue that the Vikings didn't go down when their record plummeted.



    If only we could bring Moss back...
    God we need a filter on that response!

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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Early in games, when plays were scripted, Minnesota was able to move the ball, but as time went on, they struggled more and more.
    Hmmm, this is actually a good point that may have gone slightly overlooked.
    Minnesota was very consistent on their opening drives.
    But as time went on and teams adjusted to our game plan, our offense stalled.
    Is this an indication of our coaching staff not being to adjust in the plays, an indication of the playmakers not being to adjust on the field, or both.
    Probably both IMHO.

    The Vikings have the ninth pick in the draft and will probably look to use it on defense.
    Don't you hate it when a well written article loses all credibility by droping facts that are glaringly wrong?
    If the author can't even get our draft pick right three days after the season ends, it shows that his knowledge of the team may not be all that up to par.
    I wouldn't call that article well written. It looks like it was written by a high schooler.

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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    Its hard to argue that the Vikings didn't go down when their record plummeted.



    If only we could bring Moss back...
    God we need a filter on that response!

    =Z=
    One that edits the word Moss to Dimitrius Underwood.
    Then it would look like this;

    If only we could bring Dimitrius Underwood back...




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    Re: Vikings went down, not up

    "petrodemos" wrote:
    havent seen the lions then huh..... :P
    LOL
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