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Postby TTTBone » Tue Dec 02, 2003 10:09 pm

M_Zimm wrote:
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M_Zimm wrote:Please, don't get me started on our defense. We have too many problems to put on paper. You saw how long my complaints about Daunte were, I have at least twice as many about our D...

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Hovan's #s for last week were, 0 tackles, 0 assists, and 0 sacks. What's happened to the guy? I watched the game and they were maybe double-teaming the guy 25% of the time. I love the guy's heart and tenacity, but he can't use the excuse of "well, I'm double-teamed every play" anymore. Jeez, the guy's gotta pick it up. A huge talent who just isn't performing right now.

yea, I know. He was supposed to be a great guy. K-Will was supposed to help him. Now e is just doing terrible. Kevin leads our team in sacks. It is sad.

Don't be sad, you're still a game up on my sorry-ass Packers.
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Postby steelyeri » Wed Dec 03, 2003 12:36 pm

I can't believe you vikes fans are complaining about him. He isn't going to be great, he already is. I'm a bit of a vikes fan myself and I think he is the least of their problems. It would be funny if he left Min cause fans don't appreciate him there. You guys will not see a QB like that again. So maybe you'll appreciate him after you guys art tired of watching the likes of ferotte leading your team to ablolutely nowhere. I sure wish we had him on the Raiders, we dont underestimate him.

Oh yeah and you guys shouldnt be complaining when he doesnt lower his shoulder and run over people anymore. He's a QB!This would shorten his career. Just look at how quick Power backs fade away (e.g. Eddie George & Jerome Bettis). He still gets many rushing yards without taking hits. he just wont have 20 rushing td seasons anymore but it's worth the sacrifice.

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