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    Vikings Train Wreck Game Thoughts?

    1. If the Jets were in a similar situation, would you stay home and watch the game on TV or go to the game (with no alcohol) and freeze your A's off?

    2. Who is going to watch MNF just to see the spectacle of the weather?

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    Yes, and me.

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    First outdoor game in Minny since 81!!!!!! They may not know how to dress!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digetydog View Post
    1. If the Jets were in a similar situation, would you stay home and watch the game on TV or go to the game (with no alcohol) and freeze your A's off?

    2. Who is going to watch MNF just to see the spectacle of the weather?
    No alcohol?? You are kidding... That's what a flask for... Sounds like they need 2.

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    I'm actually thrilled that Favre is playing. The Jets win over the Steelers has me in such a good mood that I hope he plays well, as I wouldn't have a problem sitting through a day of Favre worship tomorrow.

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    I'm definitely watching for the spectacle. Minny's got their very good looking throwbacks on, the most hardcore of the diehard fans will be frozen to those metal bleachers by the beginning of the 2nd quarter, and old man Favre is going to shatter like fine china as soon as he is driven into the frozen turf.

    I know Lambeu is known as the frozen tundra, but at this place that expression is literally true.

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    Man, this game is just another example of why football is the best sport on earth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauliec View Post
    Man, this game is just another example of why football is the best sport on earth.
    +1

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    I wonder if we should root for the Bears to lose.

    Reason is because they might look ahead to Green Bay at the end of the year.

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    The Bears offense is just so bad. Our D should be able to control them

    Favre's thrown 2 INTs already, one of them was overturned on a penalty, then he comes right back and throws another. Why won't this guy just go away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    The Bears offense is just so bad. Our D should be able to control them

    Favre's thrown 2 INTs already, one of them was overturned on a penalty, then he comes right back and throws another. Why won't this guy just go away?
    The key as usual will be Greg Olson, the tight end.
    Maybe some intricate blitz packages will help too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    The Bears offense is just so bad. Our D should be able to control them

    Favre's thrown 2 INTs already, one of them was overturned on a penalty, then he comes right back and throws another. Why won't this guy just go away?
    To be fair the first INT was just a heave because he knew he had a free play, but yeah Webb should be in there, Favre's such an attention whore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    The key as usual will be Greg Olson, the tight end.
    Maybe some intricate blitz packages will help too.
    Yeah, to be honest, I'll be pretty disappointed in the D if they don't get a couple INTs off Cutler. This guy throws so many bad passes and so many balls right into defender's hands. Remember everyone wanted him? That was the best non-move this franchise ever made....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Yeah, to be honest, I'll be pretty disappointed in the D if they don't get a couple INTs off Cutler. This guy throws so many bad passes and so many balls right into defender's hands. Remember everyone wanted him? That was the best non-move this franchise ever made....
    He's been solid this year, people complain that he is not a winner, but he's got his team as the #2 seed in the tough NFC

    He is better than Sanchez for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM3 View Post
    He's been solid this year, people complain that he is not a winner, but he's got his team as the #2 seed in the tough NFC

    He is better than Sanchez for sure
    He's not better than Sanchez. It took Sanchez all of one season to win a couple playoff games and look impressive while doing so. Cutler's never even been to playoffs. His attitude sucks and he's never won on any level. Bears are going to get smacked around in the playoffs if they even make it.

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    Who thinks Revis or Cromartie gives that up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    Who thinks Revis or Cromartie gives that up?
    The safety should have picked it off

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    Favre hit that rock hard turf hard.









    lol




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