Minnesota Vikings: Turn Out the Light...

Minnesota Vikings: Turn Out the Lights, the Party's Over and 10 Things To Watch

There are 5 comments on the BleacherReport story from Nov 21, 2010, titled Minnesota Vikings: Turn Out the Lights, the Party's Over and 10 Things To Watch. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

The Minnesota Vikings season is officially over. With a 31-3 drubbing to the Green Bay Packers, it's time to turn our attention to other pursuits.

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Since: Jun 10

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#1 Nov 21, 2010
Good luck to the Packers and the Bears.We'll be back but its not this year.Still love my Vikings but in our case its time to get ready for next year if there is one.The Vikes need to make some changes now.9 games is enough time for evaluation.We need to start rebuilding this team from the top down.Whatever it takes to get things right.I just cant see any reason to continue to run a system that isnt working.We had three must win games and couldnt get it done,arent even competitive.Whats the point anymore.Time for change.

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Since: Jan 09

Zumbrota, MN

#2 Nov 21, 2010
Here's two underreported problems with the Vikings: 1) Offensive Line--Where are the holes for Adrian Peterson and the protection for the quarterback? 2) Defensive Line--Sporadic at best pressure on the QB and while still stout vs. the run, not as good as the last few years.

You can talk injuries, turnovers, red zone offense and coaching if you want, but their margin for error has been considerably smaller because they are not anywhere near dominating on either side of the ball.
the old vikings fan

United States

#3 Nov 21, 2010
Come on fan agree with me..........OK check this out remember Mike Tomlin ( Steelers coach ) Brian Billicks ( ex ravens coach ) Tony Dungy (ex colts coach ) why well they were all started here for the Minnesota Vikings why I brought this up well they all won super bowl and they all again stared here in Minnesota so what I am trying to say is we already have talent here why went extra miles away to find a coach. Yes Brad chilldresss dose not have leadership on being head coach and never gave anyone chances to prove them self like Randy Moss issue if you may know what have happens. So why should he have another Chance to be the head coach if I was the owner of the MN vikes I would made Laslie Frazier as the head coach or may be I will ask Bill cower to coach what you think Vikings fan.!!!!! And BRad Chilldress thank you for good times you have gave us fan of the Vikings but now we have seen your action and personality yeah it looks bad. Dispute Brad chilldress Don have leadership if a man has leadership his teammates or Co worker or fan would love and respect of who you are. They say a man will be judge on the action he may have made. Also we know he don't like Brett Farve we also knows he don't like Randy moss we know he don't know how to coach we know he made wrong choice by keeping target Jackson this Guy is not thy great and why you are keeping him with the Vikings oh I know. Brad thinks he still working under his dad Andy Reed in Philadelphia eagle in case u not know yup that's were Brad came from. I am not dump he trying to make tervern Jackson what ever his name is. To be like Donnavon MC nab come on man! Anyway if I was the owner of the Vikings I would release Brad's chilldress and tavall Jackson number 7 what ever his name is to both get out we will make Leslie Frazier as head coach and you will make the fan and the Minnesotans people happy the season and winter is cold and long we need to be cheer and happy not stress dealing with Brad chilldress making the team loose if the owner of the Vikings read the comments. Here please help us fan we want tone happy and you know the all other Vikings player would be very happy and would respect you of who u are and remember everyone what Dallas cowboy did 2 weeks ago? Well they release Wade Phillips the coach at the time and then after that they finally won a game so I hope this make sense who wants to agree with me.
the old vikings fan

United States

#4 Nov 21, 2010
I THINK THE KEY TO THIS IS NOT PLAYERS FAULT THAT THE VIKS LOOSE I THINK IS BRAD CHILLDRESS WHO MAY THE TEAM LOOSE COME ON MAN! THINK ABOUT IT THERE NO MOJO I SEE THE PLAYER DISLIKE HIM OF HIS PERSONALITIES. AND NO LEADERSHIP.
Robbie

Edenton, NC

#6 Nov 22, 2010
Flatblade wrote:
Here's two underreported problems with the Vikings: 1) Offensive Line--Where are the holes for Adrian Peterson and the protection for the quarterback? 2) Defensive Line--Sporadic at best pressure on the QB and while still stout vs. the run, not as good as the last few years.
You can talk injuries, turnovers, red zone offense and coaching if you want, but their margin for error has been considerably smaller because they are not anywhere near dominating on either side of the ball.
You can also add a pathetic secondary to their list of problems. Now that Childress is gone I really doubt Frazier will do any better since his defense looks like s#!t!!!

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