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    What To Watch For: Vikings at Chargers

    You may recall the last time the Vikings faced the San Diego Chargers. It was 2007, and rookie RB Adrian Peterson set an NFL record with 296 rushing yards on 30 exhilarating carries (for a fun stro...

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    It's hopeless. The pukers are way to good for us to even compete this year.
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    A Look At San Diego’s Offense

    There are a lot of nice things you can say about San Diego’s offense. In 2010 they had the #1 total offense, #2 passing offense and #1 scoring offense in the NFL. They have one of the best young QBs in the NFL in Philip Rivers, they have the best pass-catching and field-stretching TE in the NFL in Antonio Gates and they have a beast of a WR in Vincent Jackson.So instead of going on a 6-paragraph rant about how well San Diego’s offense has performed in recent seasons and how their continuity will give them an advantage over most teams because of the lockout this past offseason, let’s simply look at each position grouping, breakdown some of the key personnel and then talk about what the Vikings can try to do to hold this explosive offense at bay.http://blog.vikings.com/2011/09/08/a...0%99s-offense/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marrdro View Post
    There are a lot of nice things you can say about San Diego’s offense. In 2010 they had the #1 total offense, #2 passing offense and #1 scoring offense in the NFL. They have one of the best young QBs in the NFL in Philip Rivers, they have the best pass-catching and field-stretching TE in the NFL in Antonio Gates and they have a beast of a WR in Vincent Jackson.So instead of going on a 6-paragraph rant about how well San Diego’s offense has performed in recent seasons and how their continuity will give them an advantage over most teams because of the lockout this past offseason, let’s simply look at each position grouping, breakdown some of the key personnel and then talk about what the Vikings can try to do to hold this explosive offense at bay.http://blog.vikings.com/2011/09/08/a...0%99s-offense/
    Louis Vasquez starts at RG and Jeromey Clary starts at RT. Vasquez was a 3rd-round pick in 2009 and Clary was a 6th-round pick in 2006, and while we’ve categorized them as “question marks,” that doesn’t mean they won’t play well.

    Looks like Robison and Guion will get an early chance to wreak havoc and prove they belong on a line with two future hall of famers
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    Chargers prepare for re-packaged offense

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    Minnesota Vikings Week 1 Preview: 5 Keys for Success (Bleacher Report)

    In every NFL matchup, there are certain things that could make any team vulnerable. It's just the capitalization of said vulnerabilities that give the opposing team a chance.The same opportunities exist for the Minnesota Vikings. Here are five keys to their success on Sundayhttp://bleacherreport.com/articles/842057-minnesota-vikings-week-1-preview-5-keys-for-success
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    Minnesota Vikings Week 1 Preview: 5 Keys for Success (Bleacher Report)

    In every NFL matchup, there are certain things that could make any team vulnerable. It's just the capitalization of said vulnerabilities that give the opposing team a chance.The same opportunities exist for the Minnesota Vikings. Here are five keys to their success on Sunday.http://bleacherreport.com/articles/8...ys-for-success
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    That Offensive Line just gotta block their ass off because thats my main concern.

    Rivers picking apart our secondary is number two.


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    30 Hours and 29 Minutes until showtime... I think one thing we'll see more of, that frustrated the hell outta me during the Childress era is the use of Peterson on screens... he's shown to have more than adequate hands throughout his career, but we rarely run screens with him.
    Peterson w/ space ANYTIME= Possible touchdown
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    More than adequate hands? What?
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