Randy Moss is gone, but Vikings coach...

Randy Moss is gone, but Vikings coach Brad Childress still has some big problems

There are 124 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Nov 2, 2010, titled Randy Moss is gone, but Vikings coach Brad Childress still has some big problems. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Vikings coach Brad Childress acted alone, so now he stands alone in the Randy Moss fallout.

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idea

Duluth, MN

#126 Nov 9, 2010
Bill K wrote:
i'm likely in the minority on all of this: i was NOT in favor of bringing moss back-- for exactly all of the reasons that manifested themselves in the past couple weeks. I blame the coach for making the move. I do not blame him for admitting the mistake (of bringing him here) by cutting him. he is not the most intelligent coach in the nfl, but right now, he IS THE COACH. it would be idiotic to make a change right now. if, as most people claim, this is all his fault, then I say, the season is yours to either redeem yourself (which would be no small feat) or to bury himself, once, and for all. as a viking fan, i will continue to support the team, players, coaches and all, as i have for the 28 years i've been a season-tickeholder. that's all they ask of us. get a win on sunday, and for once, have no news trucks parked outside winter park on monday morning.
would you like some kick a$$ fries with that "I love Chilly" rant

http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/27867/Chili...
idea

Duluth, MN

#128 Nov 10, 2010
Bill K wrote:
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Because, right or wrong, I don't think this season is over, and whacking the head coach is akin to throwing in the towel. Anyone that thinks this is all on chilly needs to step back and smell the coffee. The players don't have to like the coach, they have to play. Every fan of every 2-5 team despises the coach, and about half of them think they could do a better job. In reality, they don't know the 1st thing about running a mid-week practice, let alone a nfl game plan. unless there is a dramatic turn-around to the season (which I happen to think is still possible), you'll all get your wish and he will be gone, anyway.
yeah but their is a diffrence when the fan bases hates him for years and he gets an extension
Bill K

Saint Paul, MN

#129 Nov 11, 2010
idea wrote:
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yeah but their is a diffrence when the fan bases hates him for years and he gets an extension
just let him bury himself, or dig himself out of this mess. you and the 'fan base' will be free of him soon enough (end of season).
Bill K

Saint Paul, MN

#130 Nov 11, 2010
idea wrote:
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would you like some kick **** fries with that "I love Chilly" rant
http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/27867/Chili...
If he wins, he stays. Simple as that. Oh, and I can't have the fries, I'm on a diet.

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