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    Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    [size=13pt]Sid Hartman: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall[/size]

    After an eye consultant tested him and gave him some drills to follow, he is prepared to have a breakout season, coach Brad Childress said.

    By Sid Hartman, Star Tribune

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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall


    Hard work during the off-season, and competition will make this a break-out year for Troy. He will be our number 1 wr this year.

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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    I sure hope so, why wasn't he working hard in the previous offseasons?
    I really hope he has a great year.
    Personally, I don't buy into the WR woes.
    I would be more concerned if the Vikings would have paid big $ for the FA WRs this year.
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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    I dont believe we have WR woes, but rather WR doldrums.

    TW should have had a better year last year.

    We signed 2 former eagles last year that performed well enough to be #2 or #3 guys.

    We cut Marcus Robinson who probably was our best able to perform WR

    We signed Bobby Wade (who I think will do a very good job)

    We did an excellent job in the draft, but we still need to see them perform.



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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    "NDVikingFan66" wrote:
    I dont believe we have WR woes, but rather WR doldrums.

    TW should have had a better year last year.

    We signed 2 former eagles last year that performed well enough to be #2 or #3 guys.

    We cut Marcus Robinson who probably was our best able to perform WR
    We signed Bobby Wade (who I think will do a very good job)

    We did an excellent job in the draft, but we still need to see them perform.
    Not picking on you ND, its just everytime I hear something about how we cut our best WR, I just want to puke
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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    He will drop a ball this year somewhere along the line, but he's not going to look back and doubt how he worked to get himself better. I've just seen a change for him, personalitywise and confidencewise, and I just want to see it go into the fall.
    Everybody drops passes.
    When it happens TWill will need to be able to move on, and remain confident that this isn't a repeat of last year.
    I just hope he has a few good catches in the dome before he commits his first drop.
    Otherwise the boo birds could come out (you know who you are), and I still think it is poor for a fan to boo his or her own team.

    I said all of last year that TWill's problem was 90% mental.
    I hope he has regained the confidence in himself he needs to shake off any drops.
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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Everybody drops passes.
    When it happens TWill will need to be able to move on, and remain confident that this isn't a repeat of last year.
    I just hope he has a few good catches in the dome before he commits his first drop.
    Otherwise the boo birds could come out (you know who you are), and I still think it is poor for a fan to boo his or her own team.
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    I think we are going to see some glimpses of a pretty good wideout, at training camp this year!

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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    "SharperVikings" wrote:
    I think we are going to see some glimpses of a pretty good wideout, at training camp this year!
    Which one are you referring to?

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    Re: Williamson's work will pay off in the fall

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Everybody drops passes.
    When it happens TWill will need to be able to move on, and remain confident that this isn't a repeat of last year.
    I just hope he has a few good catches in the dome before he commits his first drop.
    Otherwise the boo birds could come out (you know who you are), and I still think it is poor for a fan to boo his or her own team.
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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    Yup.
    Knew that would get a response out of Z.
    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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