Shooter Now: Sure, Vikings are expect...

Shooter Now: Sure, Vikings are expected to make big news - after the season

There are 91 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 15, 2010, titled Shooter Now: Sure, Vikings are expected to make big news - after the season. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, left, and head coach Brad Childress stand on about the 50 yard line before the start of the New England Patriots game Sunday, October 31, 2010 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass.

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Elvis

San Francisco, CA

#1 Nov 15, 2010
yawn
Beecharmer

Milton, KY

#2 Nov 15, 2010
second yawn. We can also watch all those fumbles and interceptions.
idea

Duluth, MN

#3 Nov 15, 2010
well, good luck I guess
red bull

United States

#4 Nov 15, 2010
This entire franchise is a cluster F...
broken news

Brooksville, FL

#5 Nov 15, 2010
Brett Farce won't be back again but he's afraid to go back to Mississippi to face his wife after the hottie scandal. She'll accept an apology only if he bawls his eyes out in front of her.
Childress will be escorted out the door by Vikings security police before he makes an a-ss of himself.
idea

Duluth, MN

#6 Nov 15, 2010
Marvin Lewis fears Chad Ochocinco. Brad Childress fears his entire roster.
idea

Duluth, MN

#7 Nov 15, 2010
The best teams in the NFL right now have a strong coach and limited displine problems. The best coaches have the players respect and can still dish out orders come game time and tend not to throw players under the bus and have to be physically seperated or have the fans calling for their heads.

Think New England, definetly not Minnesota though.
However bring in Dungy and everything changes!
Whatever

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Nov 15, 2010
Gee, whaddya know? Vikings could end up drafting in the top 10 picks, high enough to get a QB in 2011.

I posted the same thing a week ago, and erie-vike queer went nuts, suggesting I wasn't a real fan just because I could see with my own two eyes that the then 3-5 Vikings were not a legit playoff team this year.

Erie on the other hand is a delusional fan-girl who gets her My Little Pony panties in a bunch whenever someone like me points out the obvious hard truth to her.

Whatever!
jrydrr1

Las Vegas, NV

#9 Nov 15, 2010
Childress will get treated like T.WIlliamson when he got punched at a bar / club after dropping all those passes. I remember Troy saying Im a NFL reviever. I never thought a NFL player got treated like this. Brad needs to listen to me and release Kluwe. His kicker is as scary as the rest of them Auzzies. Or whatever he is. I got a problem with Kluwe. Watch the tapes when he signed that 6 year contract.
Adding on to that Chiles's fine. The Vikeings liked trickin. Matter of fact they havent tricked us in a whole month.
Flash

Tracy, CA

#10 Nov 15, 2010
The big news will be Zygi Wilf discovered the whole problem is the state of Minnesota itself, so he will announce he is moving the team to California, where they will win the Super Bowl for fifty straight years.
Robbie

Edenton, NC

#11 Nov 15, 2010
Problem is Dungy doesn't want to come and has been pretty straight forward in saying so. That doesn't mean the others mentioned are so turned off in coming into this cluster&[email protected] that's been created. A new inexperienced QB put behind this excuse of an O-line will not make it through a season and end up like Stafford of the Lions---a perfect example of why you don't go out and spend $63million on a rookie QB who gets pounded every week and eventually can no longer play. You all can bitch about Favre but count how many times in a game he's laying on his bottom, no QB is going to last getting beat like that. McKinnie needs to go and they need more help on the right side---lets face it if you start naming all the upgrades this team needs to make you could write a book. Everyone talks about the great recruiting job Childress has done but what he did was sign stars but gorgot about a supporting cast. Patriots again winning with a patchwork team but they are a team that plays as a unit and have one hell of a coach---there's your difference..........
computer hackers mnID F

Las Vegas, NV

#12 Nov 15, 2010
go sit on the bench .. Matter of fact eRIE mICHIGAN YUR Buff. hTA
wHATEVER mIKOLDS 16 SAYS i SAY. 100 THANKS 50YESES
bACK 2 BACK
whATTEVER h-i-YA HATER
Gcracker

Rochester, MN

#13 Nov 15, 2010
Shooter says: "Meanwhile, Minneapolis native Larry Fitzgerald Jr., the Pro Bowl wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals, can't be thrilled about the QB play of his team. Trying to trade for Fitzgerald would bring some relevancy back to the Vikings."

I can't believe he would be too thrilled with the Vikings QB situation in 2011 either.
Randy

Lake Worth, FL

#14 Nov 15, 2010
Don't give up hope yet. Looking at the schedules for the rest of the season, I predict the Vikings go 6 and 1 losing only to the giants and end up at 9 and 7. The Bears lose 6 of their last 7 games and end up at 7 and 9. The packers lose 4 of their last 7 and end up at 9 and 7. With the vikings and packers having the same record, the next tie breaker is head to head. We will be at 1 to 1. The next tiebreak is common opponents. We will have played 12 common teams by the end of the year. We will have won or lost to the same teams in 10 of those games. We lost to the Jets and the pack won. We will beat the redskins and the pack has already lost to them. That is a push. The next tiebreak is conference record. We will end up 8 and 4 in the conference and the pack will end up at 7 and 5. We win the division and play the saints in the wild card. You heard it here first.
fedup

Little Suamico, WI

#15 Nov 15, 2010
Wow, another speeding ticket for Adrian. How did he have open highway to speed, obviously it wasn't the Viking O-line opening it up for him.

Have you noticed. Evertime we loose Farve has another injury pop up. At this rate he will set a new NFL record for turnovers and an anatomy class will not be able to find enough new areas to blame.

Good bye chilly!
Harry

Anaheim, CA

#16 Nov 15, 2010
Randy wrote:
Don't give up hope yet. Looking at the schedules for the rest of the season, I predict the Vikings go 6 and 1 losing only to the giants and end up at 9 and 7. The Bears lose 6 of their last 7 games and end up at 7 and 9. The packers lose 4 of their last 7 and end up at 9 and 7. With the vikings and packers having the same record, the next tie breaker is head to head. We will be at 1 to 1. The next tiebreak is common opponents. We will have played 12 common teams by the end of the year. We will have won or lost to the same teams in 10 of those games. We lost to the Jets and the pack won. We will beat the redskins and the pack has already lost to them. That is a push. The next tiebreak is conference record. We will end up 8 and 4 in the conference and the pack will end up at 7 and 5. We win the division and play the saints in the wild card. You heard it here first.
Packers (dome) L
Redskins(away) L
Buffalo (dome) L
NYG (dome) L
Bears (dome) L
Eagles (away) L
Lions (dome) W

I just do not see anything but 4-12.

My God! How dumb can you be to kick to Hester all day?
goodman

Eau Claire, WI

#17 Nov 15, 2010
Randy sounds like an alcoholic explaining why he needs just one more drink.
Ted J

La Crosse, WI

#18 Nov 15, 2010
So you are implying Favre is doing Minn a favor by allowing them to get a high draft pick. That is hilarious.
Hayden Fox

Glencoe, IL

#19 Nov 15, 2010
It's official..... today sucks more than yesterday now. I was really thinking that today I would see the headline "Childress Fired". That was my saving grace yesterday. Thanks for ruining my Sunday and Monday Wilf. If nothing else, this team is very entertaining. You could not write a script this funny, starting last December in Carolina, thru the offseason, up to now. Hollywood would throw this stuff away saying "too unbelievable". I'm waiting for someone to step on the field during a game and yell "cut". "You, bald guy, try to look like a coach, make it look like you know what you are doing". "Try saying something into that headset". All I want is for Wilf to scream, "that's a wrap". But for now, the entertainment goes on.....This may be up there with the "King of Queens" for laughter.
Ted J

La Crosse, WI

#20 Nov 15, 2010
Hey Randy lay off the [email protected]

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