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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

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    In a small way I felt sorry for Marcus Walker's low standing, but I think Judd said it best on his blog

    The highlight of the afternoon practice, which was held in shorts and shells, was Sage Rosenfels’ 52-yard touchdown pass to Percy Harvin in an 11-on-11 drill. Harvin got behind cornerback Marcus Walker on the play. Harvin has made Walker’s life extremely difficult in this camp.

    Yah im not sure if it's good that Harvin is working against Walker everytime

    He has had a good camp but it's against Walker

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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    "V4L" wrote:
    "Bkfldviking" wrote:
    In a small way I felt sorry for Marcus Walker's low standing, but I think Judd said it best on his blog

    The highlight of the afternoon practice, which was held in shorts and shells, was Sage Rosenfels’ 52-yard touchdown pass to Percy Harvin in an 11-on-11 drill. Harvin got behind cornerback Marcus Walker on the play. Harvin has made Walker’s life extremely difficult in this camp.

    Yah im not sure if it's good that Harvin is working against Walker everytime

    He has had a good camp but it's against Walker
    Thats why I was worried about Jaymar Johnson as well.
    He was mostly beating Walker, Sapp, McCulley, and Paymah.
    Not much against Griffin, Winfield, or Allen.

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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    *sheds a tear for Ian*

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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

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    Pretty sure Jaymar made the team.
    I would rather see McCauley over Sapp at nickle, and would love to see Asher Allen getting some looks in dime this year.

    Everything is pretty much what we were expecting.
    They say the downside to McCauley is he can't play inside and Winfield would have to.
    IMO that might be a good thing, because Winfield can blitz a few more QB's easier inside.
    Winfield wanted to do that last season, but McCauley couldn't be relied upon on the outside.

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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    Nickel- I think that the nickel position is going to be interesting the whole year.
    We have 3 or 4 guys who can be plugged in there depending on how many guys we keep at CB.
    Sapp, McCauley, Allen, and Paymah are all fighting for this spot probably in that order.
    I think that they will be switched in and out throughout the year until someone really stands out.

    3rd RB- Ian was the fan favorite and frontrunner in many minds coming into camp.
    Whether that was based on actual ability or popularity is probably unknown.
    However, now as the depth chart has come out, he is no where to be found.
    Practice squad?
    Maybe.
    I would like to see Khalil Bell make it as the 3rd RB.

    5 WR- Jaymar Johnson.
    DR, Glenn Holt as a possible 6th?



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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Pretty sure Jaymar made the team.
    I would rather see McCauley over Sapp at nickle, and would love to see Asher Allen getting some looks in dime this year.

    Everything is pretty much what we were expecting.
    They say the downside to McCauley is he can't play inside and Winfield would have to.
    IMO that might be a good thing, because Winfield can blitz a few more QB's easier inside.
    Winfield wanted to do that last season, but McCauley couldn't be relied upon on the outside.
    So he can't play inside or outside?
    Crap...
    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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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Pretty sure Jaymar made the team.
    I would rather see McCauley over Sapp at nickle, and would love to see Asher Allen getting some looks in dime this year.

    Everything is pretty much what we were expecting.
    They say the downside to McCauley is he can't play inside and Winfield would have to.
    IMO that might be a good thing, because Winfield can blitz a few more QB's easier inside.
    Winfield wanted to do that last season, but McCauley couldn't be relied upon on the outside.
    The attractive thing about McCauley is he's 6'1" and he's only going into his 3rd year.
    Are his problems physical (doesn't have the speed and agility) or mental (can't anticipate or identify what the WR is doing).
    Will experience, practice, and coaching fix the problems?
    How much better will he get?

    Sapp on the other hand is 5'9" and is going into his 6th year.
    Has he peaked?
    Will McCauley in 3 years, kick his butt?
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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    McCauley is the man
    I bet you could use a cool one huh Clark...Now you're talkin Eddie...

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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    "Tad7" wrote:
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    Tjacks name is listed before Sage, that's a good sign.
    lol


    Happy about Loadholt and Jaymar's places. Little disappointed about Ian Johnson but I guess he didn't cut it.

    I see Urban is listed as the #3 RT right now and I'm pulling for him just because that story of him working at Target really stuck out in my mind.
    They wouldn't actually keep 3 RTs on the team would they though?
    Can Urban play other positions on the line?

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    Re: First Depth Chart of the 2009 season issued by Vikings

    "Tad7" wrote:
    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    Tjacks name is listed before Sage, that's a good sign.
    lol


    Happy about Loadholt and Jaymar's places. Little disappointed about Ian Johnson but I guess he didn't cut it.

    I see Urban is listed as the #3 RT right now and I'm pulling for him just because that story of him working at Target really stuck out in my mind.
    I think Zeus missed something there, Ian Johnson is listed right w/ everyone else.

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