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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Les steckel, More Bud.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    "umaguma1979" wrote:
    Does anyone here remeber 1984 and Les Steckel?
    Yes.

    And that is relevant to what?

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Childress - where is the ship going - not north.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    "umaguma1979" wrote:
    Childress - where is the ship going - not north.
    I'm sorry.. But even Les Steckel can't stop us from going to the playoffs this year. (Yes, I stole that from Tom Powers, but I laughed when I saw that).

    So, if your comparing Childress to Steckel, it won't work.
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    "umaguma1979" wrote:
    Does anyone here remeber 1984 and Les Steckel?
    I am under the impression that the "1979" in your name is the year you were born?

    So, at age 5 you do not remeber him. Right?

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    I said this was his first flop. Basicaly the only thing he could have screwed up on, he did. His only good move was picking a slow (I can outrun) OLB. Its all that was really left to fill one of the many holes we have. He did what even an uneducated couch like myself would have done.

    I admit im not pro Childres. And im certainly not pro Brad Johnson. And I dont like the big changes that have been taking place. BUT even a non Vikings fan would think our draft was lackluster. Especially with a supposed "brain" for head coach. Has no vision whatsoever. Our first priority, bar none, was to get a QB or deal for one.

    Im afraid this was just the first of many things Childres will screw up on. I pray im wrong...

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    just by some longshot maybe childress has something of a clue about this squad & it's deficiencies..i know we're all nfl coaches & all lol..you win some, you lose some..that's drafting & all you can do is your homework & best analysis of the situations & the rest is down to alot of things including luck..in free agency childress has shown his hand & these picks can only be a continuation of that..have faith..SKOL

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Please, be aware that you will have to defend your statements. Mainly because you are new and you come in full of fire.

    I guess some people would only be happy if we got Bush, Mario, Hawk, Young, and Davis.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    good lord, making it sound likes its the end of the world. I thought our draft was good and we made some safe picks.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    "CCthebest" wrote:
    His only good move was picking a slow (I can outrun) OLB..
    Yeah, I bet you could outrun him...Actually he would most likely tear your head off and skull f%&k you.
    Before you attempt to beat the odds, be sure you could survive the odds beating you.

    That which does not kill me postpones the inevitable.

    Hard work often pays off after time, but laziness always pays off now.

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