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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    "MarqVikesfaninva" wrote:
    yes why have we not tried pursuing surtain, from what i hear he can be had for not much, give them bennett, this would make sense for both teams
    Maybe...because he SAID that he didn't want to play here!
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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    surtain doesnt?
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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    yah he doesnt anna play in GB or MN

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    Show and "don't" Tell

    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    it depends on the situation also.. we did run some 4 wide.. do u mean more?
    Well, maybe show it a little more. That is without over doing it.
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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    "MossTheFreak" wrote:
    I think Mewelde needs more playing time, the kid tore it up.

    Man, your "preaching to the chior" about Mewelde Moore. I was blown away by his performance last season. His size(small) and his strength(he drug opponents with him through those holes) makes him, in my opinion, hard to contain. I do believe however that after a couple of succesfull games, opponents started "keying" on him with success. If I were Tice this off-season I would definitely design a few plays just for Moore. What I saw in him that was most important to me though was that in Mewelde Moore I saw a player who really wanted to play and of most importance played with a lot of heart. I really like this guy (he reminded me a little of my favorite Viking RB Chuck Foreman). I really hope that they develop him more during the off-season and utilize him next season. I'm glad I wasn't the only one to notice true potential. :thumbleft:
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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    I like it when Minny lines up with 4 wide, but it's better used sparingly (to keep the defense off-balance). If we lined up with 4 wide regularly, defenses that blitz a lot (i.e. Philly & NE) would eat us alive since we would have less protection. I personally enjoy the 2 TE sets, but next season it wouldn't be nearly as effective w/o Wiggins.
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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    "bleedn'_purple" wrote:
    "MossTheFreak" wrote:
    I think Mewelde needs more playing time, the kid tore it up.

    Man, your "preaching to the chior" about Mewelde Moore. I was blown away by his performance last season. His size(small) and his strength(he drug opponents with him through those holes) makes him, in my opinion, hard to contain. I do believe however that after a couple of succesfull games, opponents started "keying" on him with success. If I were Tice this off-season I would definitely design a few plays just for Moore. What I saw in him that was most important to me though was that in Mewelde Moore I saw a player who really wanted to play and of most importance played with a lot of heart. I really like this guy (he reminded me a little of my favorite Viking RB Chuck Foreman). I really hope that they develop him more during the off-season and utilize him next season. I'm glad I wasn't the only one to notice true potential. :thumbleft:
    ur not m&m was the only vikings running back i started in my fantasy teams. trade bennet for a water boy or kicker or trainer or something

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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    if we ran 4 wideouts that would be awsome! campbell, burleson, robinson, and hopefully burass

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    Would you run 4 wideouts?

    "vikingsfanatic94" wrote:
    I believe with the RB Crew we have, run a wishbone base offense(Moore, Smith, Williams), this would total set up the passing game and no need for a FB/TB.
    Wishbones and T-formations are an anachronism. The Pack are the only team I know that still uses formations like that. Maybe we could send them out in leather helmets, too. :drunken:


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    I noticed it too. He catches, he runs. The kid can do it all, and one of the best parts about him is he doesnt waste his time with weed or steal computers like Onterrio and former vike Ned.

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