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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    This just in...

    We're Doomed!
    Both QB are lackluster giving Peterson and Taylor all offensive responsibility.
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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    Nice read my friend.


    Is it just me (I might just be keying/looking for it) but are our backs getting a lot of picks sor far.

    I wonder if it is a result of our QB's sucking or maybe, and I hope, our new D-coord has a little sumthin sumthin going on with respect to pass coverage.

    I sure hope it is that latter.

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    The Defense normally comes into camp ahead of the offense.
    Nothing to worry about either way.
    And everybody has a bad day.

    Can't believe I started doubting........

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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    Our defense is expected by all to be ahead of our offense.
    Especially with McKinnie missing time and Hicks moving over etc...It will be interesting to hear how the oline improves over the next few days with McKinnie back in action.

    I'm really liking what I'm reading about McCauley, and it sounds like we're getting some pressure from the front four...Frazier is a secondary guy by experience (coaching and playing) and will hopefully get all those guys playing better.

    TJack is going to have some growing pains, but if our defense keeps improving and our oline does too, he won't have to do all that much in order for us to be a winning team.
    Control the line, control the time, and give your D a chance to shine!!

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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

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    [size=13pt]QB WATCH[/size]

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    Article Launched: 07/31/2007 12:01:00 AM CDT



    It took seven practices, but Tarvaris Jackson, right, finally hit a deep pass, hooking up with wide receiver Bobby Wade for what would have been a touchdown near the end of the afternoon practice......

    (1:12) (Shotgun) 7-T.Jackson pass deep left to 19-B.Wade for 68 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

    Tee hee hee
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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    "mountainviking" wrote:
    I'm really liking what I'm reading about McCauley, and it sounds like we're getting some pressure from the front four...Frazier is a secondary guy by experience (coaching and playing) and will hopefully get all those guys playing better.
    Yeah, but so was Tomlin...

    Fact is, if there isn't pressure by the DE's, it's gonna be another long season for our pass D.

    Truth be told, I haven't heard much of anything about the DE's in camp thus far...
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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    "SnoBumMN" wrote:
    "mountainviking" wrote:
    I'm really liking what I'm reading about McCauley, and it sounds like we're getting some pressure from the front four...Frazier is a secondary guy by experience (coaching and playing) and will hopefully get all those guys playing better.
    Yeah, but so was Tomlin...

    Fact is, if there isn't pressure by the DE's, it's gonna be another long season for our pass D.

    Truth be told, I haven't heard much of anything about the DE's in camp thus far...
    Robison has had some success and highlights.
    James isn't even back yet.

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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    "seaniemck7" wrote:
    "SnoBumMN" wrote:
    "mountainviking" wrote:
    I'm really liking what I'm reading about McCauley, and it sounds like we're getting some pressure from the front four...Frazier is a secondary guy by experience (coaching and playing) and will hopefully get all those guys playing better.
    Yeah, but so was Tomlin...

    Fact is, if there isn't pressure by the DE's, it's gonna be another long season for our pass D.

    Truth be told, I haven't heard much of anything about the DE's in camp thus far...
    Robison has had some success and highlights.
    James isn't even back yet.
    Read some good stuff about Edwards but cant find it now. It sounds like he had a great offseason.
    “What takes a quarterback to the next level is not arm strength or mobility or any of that stuff. It’s the ability to play on critical downs. Manage third downs, or red zones or four-minute or two-minute situations"
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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    [size=13pt]QB WATCH[/size]

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    Article Last Updated: 08/01/2007 11:17:19 PM CDT


    Coming off his worst practice of training camp, Tarvaris Jackson bounced back in the morning session and looked fairly sharp during a red-zone passing drill.....


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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    Great read Singer.
    NEWCOMER OF THE DAY

    Wade already has received this award once during training camp, but his end-zone TD catch was that good.

    Add in his veteran leadership qualities with a young receiving group, and the Vikings are feeling good about their biggest free-agent acquisition.

    WHO'S HOT

    Wide receiver Troy Williamson got the loudest ovation of the afternoon practice, going to the ground to pull in a Jackson pass.
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    Re: Vikings QB Watch

    [size=13pt]QB WATCH[/size]

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    Article Last Updated: 08/04/2007 11:07:04 PM CDT



    Coach Brad Childress once again praised his quarterbacks for taking care of the football, but neither did a lot with it.....


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