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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    "Bubba_ND" wrote:
    i've been checking out this site since the beginning of the season, reason i like reading some of your topics and views, but to trash players cuz they are in a slump, and then Im sure you;ll be the first one to praise them and proudly wear their jersey, until they go through the same problems.
    Dude what the hell? Just cuz people are angry with how some people are playing doesn't meant you need to critisize it..

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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    man. I am so nervous for this game.

























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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    I hope the Slackers do win it.You can get all excited about going 2-14 or 3-13,even 5-11,who cares.At this point it's just better to keep losing and get a top draft pick.Come draft time you're gonna wish you had lost 1 or 2 more games.Neither the Vikes or the Packers would last in the playoffs against the better NFC teams.Vikes showed that in Atlanta and Chicago,who isn't even one the top teams.Why would anyone want to win the division with an 8-8 or 7-9 record.The Super Bowl is supposed to be for SUPER teams,neither of which are the Slackers or the Vikings.My vote is at this point,just keep losing,take a top draft pick and either keep him or trade him for a few good players and start rebuilding for next year.Dave

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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    "xvikingfan" wrote:
    I hope the Slackers do win it.You can get all excited about going 2-14 or 3-13,even 5-11,who cares.At this point it's just better to keep losing and get a top draft pick.Come draft time you're gonna wish you had lost 1 or 2 more games.Neither the Vikes or the Packers would last in the playoffs against the better NFC teams.Vikes showed that in Atlanta and Chicago,who isn't even one the top teams.Why would anyone want to win the division with an 8-8 or 7-9 record.The Super Bowl is supposed to be for SUPER teams,neither of which are the Slackers or the Vikings.My vote is at this point,just keep losing,take a top draft pick and either keep him or trade him for a few good players and start rebuilding for next year.Dave
    Only losers hope for their teams to lose. A couple of years ago we were 3-10 and in the drivers seat for a top 3 pick, but we won out, and every body who really gives a damn for this team cheered their a$ses off when we went for two against N.O. and got it and when Old Man Mort hit a 54-yarder to knock the Dolphins out of the playoffs.
    Cheering for losses is for losers ... plain and simple.

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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    Amen midgensa. Now if at the end of the season, you're happier being 3-13 compared with 5-11 maybe I can understand that but going into each game, especially againt your biggest rival, you better be cheering for the purple. Cheering for the packers under any circumstances is a sin but especially unforgiveable against the vikes relatively early in the season.

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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    Right now, I could care less about the where we end up in the NFL draft order, I just want to win. I want something to happen that will turn this team and this season around. Maybe it takes a player that no one expects to step up, put this team on his shoulders and give us an emotional charge.

    Hoping your team loses just to get a higher draft pick next year? That's laughable. 1) a top 5 pick doesn't guarantee you anything (except a nightmare negotiating a contract), and 2) rooting against your own team, especially against the Packers, is grounds for public flogging in my opinion. I may cuss and scream at them when they play poorly, but I bleed purple.
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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    I can't believe some of the post I'm reading...

    Yes we are 1-4, but thats not the end of the season.....

    I remember (correct me if wrong) a couple years back, the Patriots started 0-4 and came back to win the Super Bowl that year..

    I'm not saying we will win the Super Bowl for sure, but I will say our season is far from over with, and beating the Pack this week would be a great time to start saving our season...


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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    "Grassdog61" wrote:
    Right now, I could care less about the where we end up in the NFL draft order, I just want to win. I want something to happen that will turn this team and this season around. Maybe it takes a player that no one expects to step up, put this team on his shoulders and give us an emotional charge.

    Hoping your team loses just to get a higher draft pick next year? That's laughable. 1) a top 5 pick doesn't guarantee you anything (except a nightmare negotiating a contract), and 2) rooting against your own team, especially against the Packers, is grounds for public flogging in my opinion. I may cuss and scream at them when they play poorly, but I bleed purple.
    We all bleed purple, and that is why we all cheer whether we are 2-10 or 10-2!
    See you are from Cincy, did you go to the debacle of a game? I was there with my bro who is a huge Bengals fan. We drove eight hours to get there and he was kind enough not speak of it when we drove eight hours back.

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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    "VikingNed" wrote:
    I can't believe some of the post I'm reading...

    Yes we are 1-4, but thats not the end of the season.....

    I remember (correct me if wrong) a couple years back, the Patriots started 0-4 and came back to win the Super Bowl that year..

    I'm not saying we will win the Super Bowl for sure, but I will say our season is far from over with, and beating the Pack this week would be a great time to start saving our season...
    Yoah now you are off your rocker! I think the worst any team has started and won the Super Bowl is 0-2. In their S.B. years the Pats started 1-3, 2-2 and 4-0. Funny that the year they didnt win they started 3-0 before losing 4 in a row.

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    Re: This game is the biggest of the year for both teams.

    By the way, we will definitely be the first team to start 1-4 and win the Super Bowl. Definitely!

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