Vikings coach Leslie Frazier hopes pl...

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier hopes players' pride tops frustration in final games

There are 12 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Dec 14, 2010, titled Vikings coach Leslie Frazier hopes players' pride tops frustration in final games. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

The New York Giants defense sacks Minnesota Vikings' Tarvaris Jackson, who lost his helmet during second-half action, Monday, December 13, 2010 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.

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Manny

Babbitt, MN

#1 Dec 15, 2010
Lets hope Frazier has some pride him self and finally changes some things defensively by coming with some all out blitzes, stunts and different schemes. At least give other teams someting different to look at instead of the vaunted four man, no sack, no pressure bull rushes. What you are doing Leslie is not working. At least if you get burnt make them pay once in awhile. Lets have the coaches show some nads out there and then maybe the players will. Offensively 6 points in the last two games. Good grief a good college team would score more than 6 points in two games. It is positively apparent why these guys have never been hired as a HC. Sorry folks sometimes the truth does hurt and as a die hard fan it sometimes hurts to say it.
Trebuchet

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Dec 15, 2010
This is the football organization that brought you the Love Boat, Artic Blast, Wizzonator, 40-0, the Arizona debacle, ticket scalping head coaches, numerous DUI's, assaults, drug possession, years of underachievment, 4 SB losses and the inability to draft a player in the time allotted.

Christ, am I missing anything?

Pride?

This organization?

Since when?

This organization has, and will always, phone it in.

Anyone who thinks diffferently knows nothing of the Minnesota Vikings

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#3 Dec 15, 2010
Yes, AD ran as hard as he has all year, just back to 8 in the box again now that TJ has the helm.
We should get plenty of looks at Kluwe though, lol.
Looks like Frazier is going to have to cut ties with Klink's experiment or he will suffer the same fate as his former boss.
TJ, Webb, or......maybe punt on first down.
idea

Duluth, MN

#4 Dec 15, 2010
Ap, injured limit his carrys
Ray Edwards, if you plan on bringing him back limit his role, health
T-Jack, worst plays ever career ending injury or just be smart and start Webb
Harvin, IR
Favre, IR
bakerquaker

Appleton, WI

#5 Dec 15, 2010
Trebuchet wrote:
This is the football organization that brought you the Love Boat, Artic Blast, Wizzonator, 40-0, the Arizona debacle, ticket scalping head coaches, numerous DUI's, assaults, drug possession, years of underachievment, 4 SB losses and the inability to draft a player in the time allotted.
Christ, am I missing anything?
Pride?
This organization?
Since when?
This organization has, and will always, phone it in.
Anyone who thinks diffferently knows nothing of the Minnesota Vikings
Now here is a very astute person who calls it like he sees it, and most accurately. The entire Queens' organization has always been a black eye on the face of the NFL and the great state of MN. Furthermore, Leslie is a bigger nimrod than Childress. The way he caters to Bert, especially after all that has transpired, shows exactly why he has never been hired as a head coach despite of 7 interviews. Idiots abound!
idea

Duluth, MN

#6 Dec 15, 2010
Packer fans on this thread, what you did this summer in that hotel is unexcusable, rape is a crime and your 3 players should have spent time behind bars. Randy Moss mooning you isn't anywhere near the same.
Rebel2

Big Lake, MN

#7 Dec 15, 2010
"bakerquaker wrote:
The entire Queen's organization has always been a black eye on the face of the NFL and the great state of MN."

Obviously, you must only be talking about the game playing of the Vikings. Quite a few Vikings players donate their time to civic organizations and youth organizations. Most of the items you mentioned were incidents, but you overlook the good things that the players do. It's always easier for the media to point out the bad things, because most people pay attention to those. But there is a lot of good that the Vikings organization does in the community, not to mention the jobs that they provide at the stadium, training facility, and the services/supplies that they purchase. Try to put a positive light on things instead of always being negative!!! Remember, if you always think of the glass being half empty, you'll never see a Super Bowl!
idea

Duluth, MN

#8 Dec 15, 2010
Trebuchet wrote:
This is the football organization that brought you the Love Boat, Artic Blast, Wizzonator, 40-0, the Arizona debacle, ticket scalping head coaches, numerous DUI's, assaults, drug possession, years of underachievment, 4 SB losses and the inability to draft a player in the time allotted.
Christ, am I missing anything?
Pride?
This organization?
Since when?
This organization has, and will always, phone it in.
Anyone who thinks diffferently knows nothing of the Minnesota Vikings
- Mark Chmura
The former Green Bay Packer was arrested after attending a post-prom party and sexually assaulting a 17-year old girl. I never thought Super Bowl champs were that hard-pressed to find legal women.
-Najeh Davenport
Probably the strangest of crimes, Davenport was charged with breaking into a woman's dorm room and defecating into a laundry basket her closet. Criminal charges against the Packer running back were settled via community service in 2002, but the woman sued Davenport in 2004.
-Brendon Underwood
http://www.wkow.com/global/story.asp...
-http://www.greenbaypressgazet te.com/article/20101213/GPG010 1/101213174/Details-of-Zellner -charges-to-be-released-Thursd ay
must be the city of green bay
-Spencer Harvin
http://www.justicenewsflash.com/2010/03/16/gr...
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ana

Stone Mountain, GA

#9 Dec 15, 2010
This team has endured a lot adversity,but that comes with the territory.Leslie Frazier will no doubt,make this a great team,providing that he will be given the time and opportunity! Don't give up though the pace seems slow,you may succeed with another blow! Success is failure,turned inside out,the silver tint of the clouds of doubt!
idea

Duluth, MN

#10 Dec 15, 2010

Since: Dec 10

Milwaukee, WI

#11 Dec 15, 2010
The Packers are trying to get Favre to retire again, and come back with them for Sunday night at New England. They're also looking for the Titans to cut Randy Moss so they can sign him too.
Seeker

Hungary

#12 Dec 15, 2010
Tom Terrific wrote:
The Packers are trying to get Favre to retire again, and come back with them for Sunday night at New England. They're also looking for the Titans to cut Randy Moss so they can sign him too.
Pure cheesehead drivel.

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