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    Why the Cowart Trade was an Excellent Deal for You

    I thought Biekert did well for being near retirement when he got to Minny.

    Cowart will be fine.

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    "snowinapril" wrote:
    I thought Biekert did well for being near retirement when he got to Minny.

    Cowart will be fine.

    Cowart has also been more productive in his career than biekert had. Cowart always gets over 100 tackles. I love this move, but it sucks that we gave up on EJ so quickly. Oh well, cowart will definitely help out our D. He played WILL and played it well, so I think he should help a lot on the pass coverage part too, if he can play WILL good.

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    Why the Cowart Trade was an Excellent Deal for You

    Biekert, as old as he was, was the best player on the Vikings defense when they picked him up. He joined just before the season, and was still dominant over all the other defensive players. A knowledgable veteren like Cowart can only help the Vikes.

    I don't expect him to play a lot, but added depth will help.

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    Biekert, when we picked him up, solidified our Linebacker corps. Hell, he solidified our entire Defense. I was sorry to see him retire.

    Cowart, if he can do the same, will be the steal of the year. A 7th rounder for a starting Mike Backer?!?!?! That's friggin FANTASTIC.

    As for EJ, aside from missing lane assignments, not being able to cover anyone, and basically taking himself out of every play, what has he done wrong......oh....wait....stupid question. He has the POTENTIAL, but hasn't put it into play yet. Once he does, he'll be excellent...hopefully, Cowart will help bring that out in him.

    I really like this move.

    That said, I have to ask, "Where has THIS front Office been for the past FOUR YEARS!!!!!"

    Caine

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    All that y'all gave up was a 7th round pick! That's a practice squad player, at best....

    I can't believe they let him go for that.
    They have Jonathan Vilma at MLB now. He played phenomenal last season as a rookie. That is their future, Sam Cowart will do nothing but sit on the bench unless Vilma were to get injured.

    However, their loss is our gain. :salute:
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    Why the Cowart Trade was an Excellent Deal for You

    I'm pumped about this! I think he will be another Greg Biekert, leadership wise and better on the field! Another great move!

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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    JUST A SEVENTH ROUND PICK!!??? that pick could be terrell davis!

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    Good points MN_Jet_Fan and hope the comment about the leadership turns out to be true.
    Whats the general feeling amongst Jets fans with him going, or has the emergence of Vilma made Cowart a forgotten man ?
    Time spent annoying a Packer fan is never time wasted...


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    Why the Cowart Trade was an Excellent Deal for You

    Cowart was a great pick up by the Vikes, before injury and Jonathan Vilma, he was the Jets best defensive player. He just turned 30 and if he stays healty he will be a monster for the Vikings

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    We Jet fans believe it's Vilma's team now. He's the future of our D (I HOPE!)


    "AngloVike" wrote:
    Good points MN_Jet_Fan and hope the comment about the leadership turns out to be true.
    Whats the general feeling amongst Jets fans with him going, or has the emergence of Vilma made Cowart a forgotten man ?

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