Minnesota Vikings' Artis Hicks likely...

Minnesota Vikings' Artis Hicks likely to start Sunday against C...

There are 6 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 27, 2009, titled Minnesota Vikings' Artis Hicks likely to start Sunday against C.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Phil Loadholt, left, and Minnesota Vikings guard Artis Hicks leave the field after they defeated the Seattle Seahawks 35-9 in an NFL football game Sunday, Nov.

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eric113

“Smack the Pack”

Since: Sep 09

Oslo,Norway

#1 Nov 27, 2009
This O line is the big reason this Vikes team has had so much success (in particular Farve- who most certainly is nowhere near as mobile as he used to be) Hicks seems like a capable player though.

Stay healthy guys...
Mark

United States

#2 Nov 27, 2009
Yes, stay healthy. This is a trap game. The Vikings will need to bring their "A" game. It's a crucial division game, and a win gets us into double digits. Stay focused, Purple. Skol Vikings.
Brainiac

Santa Rosa, CA

#3 Nov 27, 2009
I think Winfield is a stud and a team leader on Defense. The DB's take notice of his tremendous hits and courage. I think Toine at 80 or 90% is still better than most other DB's at 100%. If he is injured then sitting out is smart. If he is hurting and close, he needs to suck it up and get on the field. As a leader he needs to demonstrate he is willing to go (not being 100%).
Gatoraide

United States

#4 Nov 27, 2009
Hey. I'm ready for your nap now, "eric113". What are you talkin' about Favre and mobility. I've been a Favre fan since Adrian was 6 years old. I have more than 200 of Favres games. He is more mobile than 'baby-face' Cutler or 'Pablum Brady'. What you been watchin'? Favre's sacks have been few enough 'cuse he can still "see and avoid" except for the usual blindsides. The BIG thing the Vikings have to watch out for is the 'doldrums', like 'ho-hum' and stupid penalties! The bears will come like on a feeding frenzy after a winter hibernation. There is cause for concern. The Vikings better come right out of the blocks and stay 'til the dance is over. See what I'm sayin'? I'll leave the light on for ya'!

eric113

“Smack the Pack”

Since: Sep 09

Oslo,Norway

#5 Nov 28, 2009
Gatoraide wrote:
Hey. I'm ready for your nap now, "eric113". What are you talkin' about Favre and mobility. I've been a Favre fan since Adrian was 6 years old. I have more than 200 of Favres games. He is more mobile than 'baby-face' Cutler or 'Pablum Brady'. What you been watchin'? Favre's sacks have been few enough 'cuse he can still "see and avoid" except for the usual blindsides. The BIG thing the Vikings have to watch out for is the 'doldrums', like '****-hum' and stupid penalties! The bears will come like on a feeding frenzy after a winter hibernation. There is cause for concern. The Vikings better come right out of the blocks and stay 'til the dance is over. See what I'm sayin'? I'll leave the light on for ya'!
Ahh, nothing like a nice nap. You know, I have been watching Brett for a very long time. I have seen the transformation from a gunslinging scrambler to one of the finest pocket Q.B.'s in the NFL. The guy is simply amazing.

You have seen him a lot too. You can't possibly say he is all that mobile these days.

The sacks have been few...thanks to the O-line. Earlier in the season, when they werent playing well, I was wondering if Farve would last the season-he took a beating.

Don't worry, the Vikes will beat the Bears- 34-17
Joe

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Nov 28, 2009
Past QB's claim Brett although not fleet footed has fast feet which allows him to move to get into position to make good throws. He has an exceptional arm and vision of the field which allows him to pick up the open recievers. The OL has given him exceptional protection but needs to step up and not relax when AP number is called.

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