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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "VikingMike" wrote:
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    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.

    True to all the above...and we have to limit their WR yutzes YAC.
    ;D

    Yeah...Griff's going to have to make some solid tackles and JA's going to have to be all over Warner.
    He'll probably be seeing a lot of double teams.

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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

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    Screw the cardinals.

    The Vikings are going to lay a 40 burger on them.
    Uffda is about right.
    The only team to beat the Cards that had a worse pass defense is the Jets (#31 passing rank).
    How did they do it?
    They scored 56 points.
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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

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    I don't think we can stop the receivers, they are just too good for us.
    BUT, I think if we can put pressure on Warner we can disrupt his timing and he will make some bad decisions.
    There is no way they can run against us and if Warner has time to sit back in the pocket he will pick us clean.
    - hmmmm, we held Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison, Steve Smith, M. Colston &
    Andre Johnson. The only WR to burn us was Calvin Johnson....and he only had 3 catches (but one long one).
    and none of them are as good as fitz and boldin (maybe steve Smith)

    Wayne is great, fitz and boldin are better.
    Harrison is old, and has lost a step.
    Smith is inconsistant, sometimes he'll put up 206 yards, sometimes 12, Colsen hasn't done jack this year.
    Andre's been doing well, and we contained him well, be we had the luxury of double and triple teaming him, because the texans don't ahve another weapon.
    (Same with the panthers)
    We can't focus on one reciever this game, or the other will Kill us.
    Were going to have to in two and three deep all day. As long as we contain the recievers, and stop the big play we should be fine. Our corners match up very well against Arizona's big, but not overly fast recievers.

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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "kspurplepride" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Slade" wrote:
    "faninphx" wrote:
    I don't think we can stop the receivers, they are just too good for us.
    BUT, I think if we can put pressure on Warner we can disrupt his timing and he will make some bad decisions.
    There is no way they can run against us and if Warner has time to sit back in the pocket he will pick us clean.
    - hmmmm, we held Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison, Steve Smith, M. Colston &
    Andre Johnson. The only WR to burn us was Calvin Johnson....and he only had 3 catches (but one long one).
    and none of them are as good as fitz and boldin (maybe steve Smith)

    Wayne is great, fitz and boldin are better.
    Harrison is old, and has lost a step.
    Smith is inconsistant, sometimes he'll put up 206 yards, sometimes 12, Colsen hasn't done jack this year.
    Andre's been doing well, and we contained him well, be we had the luxury of double and triple teaming him, because the texans don't ahve another weapon.
    (Same with the panthers)
    We can't focus on one reciever this game, or the other will Kill us.
    Were going to have to in two and three deep all day. As long as we contain the recievers, and stop the big play we should be fine. Our corners match up very well against Arizona's big, but not overly fast recievers.
    well, depends on how we match them up.
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls, and Fitz is a great jumper.
    if Griffin is on Boldin, we might have a chance.

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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

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    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.
    Well they almost got them all right...... ;D


    Wonder if someone wants to recant this one..........
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls,
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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.
    Well they almost got them all right...... ;D


    Wonder if someone wants to recant this one..........
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls,
    i'll admit, he had a great game.
    Fortunately, he wasn't tested on the jump balls, although he did tip the one ball that was underthrown to fitz.
    I still wouldn't trust him covering fitz on a fade in the red zone.

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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.
    Well they almost got them all right...... ;D


    Wonder if someone wants to recant this one..........
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls,
    i'll admit, he had a great game.
    Fortunately, he wasn't tested on the jump balls, although he did tip the one ball that was underthrown to fitz.
    I still wouldn't trust him covering fitz on a fade in the red zone.
    Did you see the pic someone posted of him jumping?
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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.
    Well they almost got them all right...... ;D


    Wonder if someone wants to recant this one..........
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls,
    i'll admit, he had a great game.
    Fortunately, he wasn't tested on the jump balls, although he did tip the one ball that was underthrown to fitz.
    I still wouldn't trust him covering fitz on a fade in the red zone.
    Did you see the pic someone posted of him jumping?
    Good god how did he drop those other 2 easy INT's and catch the hardest one?

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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.
    Well they almost got them all right...... ;D


    Wonder if someone wants to recant this one..........
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls,
    i'll admit, he had a great game.
    Fortunately, he wasn't tested on the jump balls, although he did tip the one ball that was underthrown to fitz.
    I still wouldn't trust him covering fitz on a fade in the red zone.
    Did you see the pic someone posted of him jumping?
    Good god how did he drop those other 2 easy INT's and catch the hardest one?
    Someone made a great point about him (actually several times) and that is he lacks ball skills.
    I tend to agree with him on that.

    The second one he could have INT'd I think he just blew it.
    The third one I think he actually drops on purpose.
    I know the coaches would have been in his ass if he would have caught it on a 4th down at the one instead of just knocking it down so the offense would get the ball further out.
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    Re: For the Vikings to stay on top, they must stop Cardinals' wide receivers

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    This is gonna take a total team effort to win this.

    O has to sustain drives and score TD's or we will have a repeat of the Indy game.

    TJ needs to use his legs just as much as he uses his arm.

    OL needs to protect the QB.

    WR/TE's need to get open and hold onto the ball.

    RB's need to hold onto the ball as well as pick up the blitz.

    DL has to get pressure on Warner from the front 4 without having to blitz LB'rs all the time.

    CB's need to stay with thier WR's just a tick longer so the DE's can get to the QB.

    S's need to not bite on the play action allowing the WR's to get deep.

    ST's need to win the field position battle for us and not allow any huge gains.
    Well they almost got them all right...... ;D


    Wonder if someone wants to recant this one..........
    If Griffin is on Fitz, we're screwed, since he sucks at jump balls,
    i'll admit, he had a great game.
    Fortunately, he wasn't tested on the jump balls, although he did tip the one ball that was underthrown to fitz.
    I still wouldn't trust him covering fitz on a fade in the red zone.
    Wuold you rather trust Antoine Winfield? He's like 3 inches shorter than Griffin.

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