Minnesota Vikings: Predicting What Vikings Free Agents Will Stay and Go
Analysts like myself can finally look at free agency and the 2012 NFL draft without being scoffed for "giving up on their team." Before I can do these things, however, it's important to address the cap and roster space needed to make room for new players.
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#1 Jan 3, 2012
The Vikings, after announcing Speilman will be the new GM, will CONTINUE to be a sub-par team...typical Viking BUSINESS moves. Promoting the Player Personnel boss, responsible for gathering an INEPT team, due to lack of talent, is freegn GENIUS. Just makes it easier for my Packers. The Vikings are just one of those organizations who CONTINUE to make the POOREST decisions in regards to putting a team on the field that can compete. Ignorance is NOT bliss people. Go Pack.
Since: Feb 08
#2 Jan 3, 2012
Says the Hors d'oeuvre from hell!
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