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    Re: Vikings WR's

    "magicci" wrote:
    do u think we can send 3 WRs to the probowl this year?
    Would need about 1300-1500 yards and 10+ TDs each. I dont really see Culpepper throwing for 5000yards and 50tds.
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    I would prefer our old receiving corps, because then we might actually be able to run the ball.


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    I would prefer our old receiving corps, because then we might actually be able to run the ball.
    Do you really think one of our guys won't draw a double team? Even though he is a rookie Williamson was drawing double teams from people.
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    Burly might demand a double team if he can come in a beat the corners like he has been in preseason.. Ya gotta pay extra attention to Williamson.. I think if our blocking picks up we will run the ball just fine

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    I would prefer our old receiving corps, because then we might actually be able to run the ball.
    Do you really think one of our guys won't draw a double team? Even though he is a rookie Williamson was drawing double teams from people.
    Any WR who runs a deep pattern has a very good probability of being double teamed because in probably 70% of NFL defensive plays have at least 1 safety on deep help.

    I sincerely doubt any of our WRs will be double teamed on a consistent basis, and especially not in short or intermediate patterns.

    Besides it isn't a matter of simply being double teamed. It is a matter of ALWAYS being double teamed with the safety almost always lining up 15 yards away from the line of scrimmage. That opens up the running game.


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    Re: Vikings WR's

    Williamson has been getting a lot of dbl cvrg. they are already worried about that guy.

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    Koren doomed from the start
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    It should surprise no one, especially receiver Koren Robinson, that his days in Seattle ended Thursday following his latest transgression, a DUI charge. Robinson, who had so much promise after being selected as the ninth overall pick in the 2001 draft, was a disappointing team player for the Seahawks. He was suspended last season for four games for a marijuana offense, opening the way for Jerry Rice to play extensively and extend his career.

    However, the bigger question in Seattle is: Who is really responsible for selecting Robinson? Ted Thompson, now GM of the Packers, and Scot McCloughan, now top personnel man in San Francisco, were the No. 1 and No. 2 personnel men, respectively, in Seattle back in 2001. Regardless of where Robinson ends up, the Seahawks knew Robinson had issues when they selected him and that he also had an eyesight problem, a physical negative that has undermined his focus as a receiver.

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    Yah we all know he is a trouble maker.. He is a Vike though so im gonna support him.. He went to rehab and jail.. Maybe he changed?

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    Re: Vikings WR's

    Its all over. Any time we do a 5 reciever set, we'll get first downs. Our offense is going to be absurd. Screw the Rams, Lions, Raiders....we have the best recieving corps.

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    Re: Vikings WR's

    what the matter with this guys eyesight?

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