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Turn Out The Lights For 2010 Vikings

Posted by LOTGK on December 19, 2010

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All Good Things

It has been a long time since I last updated Viking Thunder. It was October 6th just after the Vikings traded with the Patriots for receiver Randy Moss. Vikings got Moss, Pats got the Vikings 2011 3rd round draft pick. (What a bargain! For the Pats) Several weeks later, the Vikings season collapsed.

As fast as a defensive tackle can devour a meal from Tinucci’s Restaurant and Catering, Randy Moss was waived from the team by then head coach Napoleon Bonaparte. (Brad Childress) Right after that, Childress was introduced to his Waterloo. Zygi Wilf had seen enough and fired Childress naming Leslie Frazier as interim head coach. Vikings are 2-1 under Frazier.

We also saw Brett Favre’s iron-man streak end last week at 297 regular season games. Favre was beat up all year and he finally couldn’t answer the bell and was deactivated for the Giants Game.

Tarvaris Jackson got the start the next week against the Giants. However, the Viking stadium roof collapsed forcing the Vikings to play in Detroit, which was in essence, a neutral site. The Giants won and Jackson was hurt and put on injured reserve the next day.

The Vikings slim playoffs aspirations caved in as well. The Vikings needed to run the table and need plenty of help to continue their playoff run but the Giants loss ended that vision quest.

The Vikings are preparing to host the Chicago bears Monday night. Minnesota State university field is where rookie Joe Webb gets his first start. Outside in potential sub zero temperatures. On a field that has no heat coils. On a field he never set foot on. Against the division rival and leading NFC North leaders. Not to mention this is the first home game of the Vikings played outside in 29 years. God, I love football.

I expect Webb to show flashes of greatness while making plenty of rookie mistakes. I expect the Bears to blitz relentlessly and changing their coverage schemes constantly to confuse the rookie. I expect this game will be a closely contested game. Win or lose, Joe Webb will get his chance to prove he can be a starting caliber quarterback in this league.

Vikings still have three games left and I expect Frazier to have the team prepared for the Bears, Eagles, and Lions. I also expect Webb to play well in his three week window.

For Brett Favre, it’s finally time for him to sing Dandy Don Meredith’s serenade…

Turn out the lights
The party’s over
They say that
All good things must end
Call it tonight
The party’s over
And tomorrow starts
The same old thing again


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8 Responses to “Turn Out The Lights For 2010 Vikings”

  1. Gumby said

    The Vikings really laid an egg last night. Favre was planted. He should have just stayed down. Webby is fast, but he is not a Jedi yet. Hate to say it to you but the Vikings need a complete over haul, from offensive line, quarterback, receiver, defensive scheme, corner, safety, and all special teams.

    How many picks do the Vikings have in the draft? 😀

    • LOTGK said

      I don’t know about a total over haul,but a few players need to be booted.
      Favre needs to go back to his tractor and stay there. McKinnie needs to be traded. M. Williams as well. Loadholt needs to be benched. Berian needs to be released. T. Jax needs to be released. The rest of the team is solid, and with adding several key free agents and a good draft, the Vikings could be right back on track to contend for the ring.

  2. Viking Godz said

    The Vikings were cursed this season with the Dome caving, Favre caving, Rice caving, and Childress caving. Three weeks in a row the Vikings do not play where and when they are supposed to play. At least they have that NFL record.

  3. Valdunagan said

    Just saying, if the Vikings lose the next two games, they will get a very nice draft pick, and Newton, Mallet, and Locker will be there for them to select. Sign Mcnabb in the off season and let the rookie learn a season or two.

    • LOTGK said

      Yes Val, but after last night’s whipping of the Eagles, it was a very pleasant game to watch. Webb looked good but the defense, with the blitzing looked outstanding.

  4. Merk said

    I read where the dome won’t be ready to play in for at least 6 more months. Thats end of july at the earliest. Where do the vikings play in 2011.

    • LOTGK said

      Very good question. With the NFL lockout looming, Minnesota legislature doesn’t seem motivated enough to get a stadium deal done. In fact, they cannot even decide on whether to fix the roof on the dome. Perhaps the Vikings can swing a deal with the Gophers and play their games outside in 2011.

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