Vikings cornerbacks Chris Cook, Cedric Griffin return from knee inj...

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Sunday's 24-10 victory over the Lions marked the season debuts of cornerbacks Chris Cook and Cedric Griffin, both of whom returned from knee injuries.

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Sep 27, 2010
 
Berrian is well on his way to a 25 catch for 200 yrds with no touchdown
season. Lucky for us that he is one of the highest paid wide-outs in the league
or he would be pouting about all the work he has to do........ And it looks like
Favre has had enough throwing the ball to empty places on the field, because
Lewis stops running his route when any db gets near him. When the bye is over Logan Payne better be playing, and Klink can leave Lewis at their love nest
to bake cookies.
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Sep 27, 2010
 
Yes BB is gone after this season along with Lewis.. Hank was a good pick up for us.. I hope Rice can get on the field in two weeks and VS is ok or it will be a long season for us... Glad that Cook and Cedric is back for us feel a little more comfortable in the secondary but Detriot ate us alive in throwing the ball in the 4th Qtr.. They should of scored on both of those possesions but thanks to Hill they did not.. We were lucky and thank god for AP...
GO VIKES!!!!

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Sep 27, 2010
 
They need all the help they can get against the pass. It seems thats always the weakness of this team. Although, if it wasnt for the flat offensive play in the first 2 games theyd be just fine. Stick with handing the ball off to "All Day" Adrian and good things will happen. Theres still a lot of football left and the vikes will be back as one of the top teams by the end... in spite of brett favre lol

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Sep 27, 2010
 
Normally I would say that winning cures a lot of things - not so much this time. Berrian and Lewis are not every-down players. It's no wonder Favre has difficulty finding a rhythm with these receivers because neither plays with any. Lewis quits on routes and Berrian doesn't get any separation. Time to look for a couple of replacements, it's clear these two won't be improving any time soon.
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Sep 27, 2010
 
Theres no question the Vikes are missing Rice.Berrian had so very good plays in the past of course but its amazing how much better Berrian is when Rice is playing.I didnt watch much of the Vikes in pre season,but, was Javon Walker not better then the WR Minn has at this point
Fran the Man

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Sep 27, 2010
 
I'm sure getting tired of hearing about the lousy shape Favre is in ("he's feeling fatigued and dehydrated after the past three weeks.") or when commenting on Harvin; "We just need the time to work together."
The time to work with your recievers is in training camp, ding dong.

With Rice screwing us by not getting the surgery done sooner and Favre not attending training camp, nor keeping in shape, between the two of these two clowns they've really hurt this team.
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Sep 27, 2010
 
bulldog3 wrote:
They need all the help they can get against the pass. It seems thats always the weakness of this team. Although, if it wasnt for the flat offensive play in the first 2 games theyd be just fine. Stick with handing the ball off to "All Day" Adrian and good things will happen. Theres still a lot of football left and the vikes will be back as one of the top teams by the end... in spite of brett favre lol
In spite of your hero??? Brett Favre?? LOL!!!

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Sep 27, 2010
 
CT Viking Fan wrote:
Normally I would say that winning cures a lot of things - not so much this time. Berrian and Lewis are not every-down players. It's no wonder Favre has difficulty finding a rhythm with these receivers because neither plays with any. Lewis quits on routes and Berrian doesn't get any separation. Time to look for a couple of replacements, it's clear these two won't be improving any time soon.
This team just got their Swagger back-nuff said..........

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Sep 27, 2010
 
Get rested. Take care of injuries. The Jets look to be a good match up for the Vikings. Sanchez will choke under the pressure we can bring. Let AD have the ball and don't turn this it into a passing match and we will win!
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Sep 27, 2010
 

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boy, it was soooo good to see cook and ced out there again. i like the look of abdullah also, kinda came out of no where but he has been doing a good job. if people noticed, cook was playing antoine's position quite a bit and i think my preseason prediction of ced and cook being our CBs and antoine playing in the middle may come to fruition faster then i thought. our defense looks very good in the front seven, when we have our ced, cook and antoine rotation down and fully healthy we MAY get that #1 defensive ranking...solid.
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Sep 27, 2010
 
Fran the Man wrote:
I'm sure getting tired of hearing about the lousy shape Favre is in ("he's feeling fatigued and dehydrated after the past three weeks.") or when commenting on Harvin; "We just need the time to work together."
The time to work with your recievers is in training camp, ding dong.
With Rice screwing us by not getting the surgery done sooner and Favre not attending training camp, nor keeping in shape, between the two of these two clowns they've really hurt this team.
Even if Favre was in training camp, Harvin, Rice Camarillo, and basket were not their to get their timing down anyway. Sure it would have been good if he was there but at Favre's age not being their should bennifet him in December and in the playoffs. Now what we need is Rice to come back and play like last year, because he is the only true #1 recever on the team. This should help take the pressure of the rest of the recevers. What I don't understand is why Chilly don't play the rookie QB at recever I would think you would want to get your best athletcs on the field 6'5" big hands. For once Chilly be creative and try (hard as it may) to out smart the other coach?
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Husain Abdullah played a nice game batting down two passes. Looks like the VIKES got there safety this has been a weak spot on the VIKES for some time. Nice job keep up the good work.>>> GO VIKINGS
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Who is the better team Packers or Bears? Packers have no run game with Grant out for the year. they turn to Brandon Jackson that had 11 carries for 29 yards & John Kuhn that has been bounced around league for five years has a whopping 61 yards in his career isnt much better. This is going to start to show in the up coming games count on it. The the Packers fans need to count there lucky stars that there season is so easy but you cant keep counting on Aaron to win. The other defenses will key in on him knowing the packs run game is non existent the Bears have played better & beating Dallas they showed there the better team at this point. My pick for tonights game is the Bears by 10 the packers fall starts tonight if they cant get that run game going.>>> GO VIKINGS
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Sep 27, 2010
 
I must have hit post Comments two times lol GO VIKINGS

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THAT OLD BRETT MAGIC Has left in a flash

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erie-vike fan wrote:
<quoted text>This team just got their Swagger back-nuff said..........
Swagger, are you for real ? Brett sat up there and says no practice this week. LOL Sure, got to get to know the receivers, lol I hope he comes back for you next year too.
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#17
Sep 27, 2010
 
Cedric looked very good yesterday. It was exciting to see this.
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Sep 27, 2010
 
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Cedric looked very good yesterday. It was exciting to see this.
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Sep 28, 2010
 
I can take it cut us down.... We deserve it .

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