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Vikings-Cardinals one-liners

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson ended a bad week with only 19 yards rushing in a 30-17 loss to the Cardinals.

Said Vikings QB Brett Favre of his two interceptions, “The two picks, they rushed three and dropped eight.
It’s hard to throw into that. The better decision would have been not
to throw it
, at least not there. In a game like this, where it is hard
to stop their offense from scoring, I don’t need to give them any
advantage.”

Vikings LB Chad Greenway said that it was tough to continue playing after watching LB E.J. Henderson carted off with a broken femur.

The Vikings struggled to pressure Cardinals QB Kurt Warner, who was never sacked, all night.

Both Vikings tackles, Phil Loadholt and Bryant McKinnie, left the game with injuries for a while, which forced them to shuffle their already undermanned offensive line.

Warner showed no ill effects from his concussion while leading the Cardinals to three scoring drives in the first half, including a 77-yard drive just before the half.

Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin had seven catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns in the first half.

A 64-yard punt return by Steve Breaston set up Boldin’s first touchdown catch and helped the Cardinals quickly erase a 7-0 Vikings lead.

With the Cardinals protecting a 24-10 lead in the third quarter, DB Michael Adams intercepted a Favre pass and took the wind out of the Vikings’ sails.

Don Banks of SI.com thinks the Cardinals showed they are capable of making another big playoff run in Sunday night’s victory.
       

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  1. jamesz23 says: Dec 7, 2009 10:09 AM

    Brett Favre is an awesome player – has been for a long time. However last night proved that the people who say the Green Bay Packers would be so much better with him behind center than Aaron Rodgers this season are clueless. Favre under the pressure that GB line has allowed this season would have at the very least 10-12 interceptions. His track record over the last decade shows get pressure on him and he throws the ball where it shouldn’t be thrown. 29 tds 48 ints over the last 5 years in December & the playoffs.

  2. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Dec 7, 2009 10:20 AM

    Said Vikings QB Brett Favre of his two interceptions, “The two picks, they rushed three and dropped eight. It’s hard to throw into that. The better decision would have been not to throw it, at least not there. In a game like this, where it is hard to stop their offense from scoring, I don’t need to give them any advantage.”
    ————————-
    This is what should scare Vikings fans more than anything about last night. He doesn’t recognize that his picks were worse than punts. He hasn’t played like a gunslinger this season because he hasn’t had to. But this quote is an indication that the gunslinger is lurking under the surface.

  3. Ambrose says: Dec 7, 2009 10:52 AM

    Adrian Peterson being contained (again) is a valuable component to beating the Vikings.
    A nationally televised dismantling of the Vikings to show that they are nothing more than the best-of-the-worst is worth its’ weight in gold.
    Watching Favre get tossed like a ragdoll, throwing two interceptions, and exposing the world to the predictable and expected start of his late-season fade….priceless.

  4. jamesz23 says: Dec 7, 2009 11:29 AM

    Sorry I was too kind to Favre in Dec since ’05: 57.4%, 14TD/32 INT 61.8 rating (STATS LLC)

  5. chickenfootishunglikeachicken says: Dec 7, 2009 11:32 AM

    where is chicken dick to spout off how the refs costed the vkies this game? it was a very enjoyable game to watch. it seems like the vikings may have peaked. my how a 3 or four game skid for brett, brad and their band of minnesota molesters would be nice about now.

  6. Hauschild says: Dec 7, 2009 11:43 AM

    JamesZ23:
    You have NO CLUE what you are writing about. No clue whatsoever.
    There ain’t a QB on the planet that can protect himself from the rush AND run the routes for his receivers.
    Last nite, Minnesota was beaten. Don’t read more into it than what there is, or you will find yourself VERY disappointed at some point of 2009 and beyond.

  7. jeff says: Dec 7, 2009 11:47 AM

    Costed? Lmao. Mental midget.
    Coming out flat and getting outplayed “costed” them the game.
    Arizona obviously wanted the game more than the Vikes did.
    No excuses, they were beat handily. Hopefully it serves as a wake up call to the team.
    Losing 1 game and now the Packer pukes are predicting the end of the world for the Vikes, that is laughable, but expected.
    Maybe you should be worrying about the Ravens and not gloating about this Vikings loss?
    How fun would that be though?

  8. Norseman says: Dec 7, 2009 11:53 AM

    As a Viking fan and Minnesota resident, I have to give props to the Cards. They outplayed and out-coached the Vikings. Good game. The Vikings didn’t adjust at half-time and had no answer for the AZ defense.
    I was surprised that the Viking defense didn’t get more pressure from the Williams’ and the left end with Allen being double-teamed on the right.
    Still, 10-2 ain’t bad. As long as it doesn’t turn into 10-6.
    Better prep well for the Bungles.

  9. Bob Nelson says: Dec 7, 2009 12:01 PM

    The nutjob who drove 109 mph on winter roads in Minnesota has shown that he is on the downhill side of his short “career”. He had one run for 11 yards, otherwise he gained 8 yards in 12 carries.
    That leaky defense of the vikings was torched at will again. They cannot compete against good passing teams.
    All the phony baloney Super Bowl talk shows how ignorant viking people are. The vikings last won their conference in the 1976 season, more than a generation ago. They don’t know the look of a Super Bowl contender or winner.
    It is amazing that 50 years without one single trophy to show for their futility, that people would actually think the vikings would be a contender.

  10. Viker says: Dec 7, 2009 12:06 PM

    “it seems like the vikings may have peaked”
    Don’t judge them based on one game. Everybody can have a bad week. Although injuries do have me worried.

  11. PurpleRaid12 says: Dec 7, 2009 12:26 PM

    It’s good to lose like this every now and again. the Cards hands down, played better. They’re a good team (and NOT because they went to the SB last year) But with the Vikings being beaten handedly it shows that we haven’t peaked yet. winning three straight games in high-power fashion at home is different we had momentum and played good, this is football anyone can win at any time, I’ve been sayin that for years (cause its the truth). But now we have stuff to work on…. we can finish the year 14-2 that ain’t to shabby. BTW all you statesticle licking queers, only 5 INTs in 13 weeks, is pretty damn impressive, which goes to show you we’ve been rather balanced. So what, AP was stopped last night , He’s also still on pace for 1400 yards rushing and over 12 TDs. The Vikings have a lot to work on, I’d rather us lose and work on our problems, than go into every game “knowing” we will win. Great Game Cardinals. Just feel bad for E.J.

  12. paranoidandroid says: Dec 7, 2009 12:43 PM

    Adam-Chris Scheftersen says:
    December 7, 2009 10:20 AM
    Said Vikings QB Brett Favre of his two interceptions, “The two picks, they rushed three and dropped eight. It’s hard to throw into that. The better decision would have been not to throw it, at least not there. In a game like this, where it is hard to stop their offense from scoring, I don’t need to give them any advantage.”
    ————————-
    This is what should scare Vikings fans more than anything about last night. He doesn’t recognize that his picks were worse than punts. He hasn’t played like a gunslinger this season because he hasn’t had to. But this quote is an indication that the gunslinger is lurking under the surface.
    ——
    He clearly stated HE made those mistakes. It was one bad game and they’ll be fine. The whole team looked flat, not just Favre. I’m sure all of the Favre-bashers will put this squarely on his shoulders even though he wasn’t responsible for Warner torching the secondary. Try to be objective, I dare you.

  13. jkorn1818 says: Dec 7, 2009 12:48 PM

    The Vikings got VERY lucky against SF and VERY lucky against Bal. Niners are under 500, baltimore is fighting for the playoffs and nothing to write home about, the steelers arent very good at all. the vikings played the browns and have the lions twice and bears, give me a break.
    This time is going absolutely nowhere, they played one good team all yr and got destroyed.

  14. paranoidandroid says: Dec 7, 2009 1:15 PM

    I guess the Packers are not a good team?

  15. Vikes#28Owns says: Dec 7, 2009 2:15 PM

    Didn’t know this was only a Packers thread. But I guess the Vikings did lose which has somehow flipped them from second in the NFC to the bottom. Now we somehow have a washed up running back, a quarterback who is a choker, a team that cannot compete with good teams, a horrible defense, and poor O-line. I am surprised we have even won a game because all that stuff I mentioned is true because the Packer fans said so.
    Listening to hypocritical Packer fans makes me want to puke. All I want for christmas this year is one intelligent comment from a Packers fan. But I think I might again go without. I can openly say that the Cardinals flat out beat us. Since we lost to them I guess we have no chance of going to the Superbowl… oh wait I just remembered we destroyed the Cardinals last year and they went onto play in the Superbowl. This win doesn’t hurt our chances of making the playoffs anymore than Steelers losing yesterday. The only reason it was so hard to watch is because the Saints won and it was so close and that basically ended any hope of homefield advantage and because we lost EJ for the rest of the year. If I was told at the beginning of the year that we would be 10-2 right now I would be more than pleased. Now they need to get back to work and fix those mistakes the Cardinals exploited because we have a big game next week.

  16. Bob Loblaw says: Dec 7, 2009 2:32 PM

    I said this last night. The Cardinals beat the Vikings. No excuses. The Cradinals by far played the better game that night.
    The Vikings are 10-2, losing two road games to the two Super Bowl teams from last year. This was the first out of the 12 games, the Vikings were outplayed.
    But hey, if a game where Kurt Warner played a nearly perfect game while Brett Favre had his only two INT game of the season, makes the Packers fans’ day thinking it was some kind of implosion by the Vikings, enjoy.
    Now start sweating out tonight’s game and the final month now that you are in a dogfight with the two non-winners of the NFC East for that 6th playoff spot.
    I kind of hope it comes down to the that Giants-Vikings game in Week 17 where Packer fans will be pulling for Tavaris Jackson in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters after Favre is pulled in game that has no bearing for the Vikings playoff seeding.

  17. Viker says: Dec 7, 2009 2:41 PM

    Okay jkorn1818, like I said last week you can’t say that they were lucky. They have a skilled quarterback who made some plays.
    And you can’t judge how tough the games where based on the record of the team right now, because it does not show the skill of the team at the time they played. Vikings played Pittsburg when they were hot, when they were a good team. Just like they played the Packers when they weren’t doing so well, but a fire seems to have been lit under their asses. It will be interesting to see how the season turns out, that is for sure.

  18. footballrulz says: Dec 7, 2009 3:03 PM

    @Vikes#28Owns
    E=MC squared.
    Merry Christmas!!!

  19. duffsbeer says: Dec 7, 2009 3:04 PM

    actually, favre threw two picks against the steelers. Was at the game and watched the cardinals bottle up minnesota although I am wondering how when Warner switched hands and basically tossed the ball like a bean bag forward for about two yards how the refs didn’t call that grounding. I don’t think there is a better definition of grounding then that play. The nearest received was boldin about 10 yards in front of the line and this ball bounced about 5 yards behind the o-line. If you throw the ball directly into the feet of your oline to avoid a sack it is automatically called grounding so why wasn’t it called there.
    That is the only gripe I had besides watching my vikes play with absolutely zero intensity and paying $300 a seat for that privilege.

  20. CanadianVikingFan says: Dec 7, 2009 3:11 PM

    Bob Nelson, you also lossed to the Bucs you dirty skank.
    Minnesota’s line is horrible this year in the run game. Its absolutely atrocious. They are getting man handled in every run play they call. It is not Peterson’s fault he can’t find holes or lanes if the linemen are lying on their backs.. Minni wont win a playoff game if they don’t shape up and get back to better run blocking. Unless Favre plays carefree and picks apart secondary. Which won’t happen if the opposing team doesn’t fear our run game…
    Really, really disappointed..

  21. Mark0226 says: Dec 7, 2009 3:15 PM

    Hmm, no PervyHarvin in this thread? Oh well, there are lots of other Vikings fans to make excuses. “Any team can have a bad day.” Odd, they didn’t apply the same concept to the Saints earlier in the day. The Saints had a bad day against the Redskins and still won, but all the Vikings fans were thumping their chests. Now they are here making excuses for their own team’s poor play, which resulted in a loss.

  22. purple hay-seuss says: Dec 7, 2009 3:28 PM

    Buck up, Vikes fans. Let the Pukers spit and the haters hate and gloat. The worst thing last night was the serious injury to EJ Henderson. Broken femurs are serious indeed. He’s probably in surgery right now and surely done for at least the season. Here’s to finding a replacement capable of at least stepping into his big shoes. There were other injuries, too, which should be of top consideration for the immediate future, rather than cussing at enemy idiots.
    These are professionals, guys, and they get paid the big bucks to deal with this kind of situation without folding.
    I agree that getting the Oline back into form will help very much but I don’t have any magically successful ‘suggestions’ that have been offered above on occasion. I trust that they know what they’re doing and I’m looking forward to next week’s recovery against the Bengals.

  23. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Dec 7, 2009 3:34 PM

    paranoidandroid says:
    December 7, 2009 12:43 PM
    He clearly stated HE made those mistakes. It was one bad game and they’ll be fine. The whole team looked flat, not just Favre. I’m sure all of the Favre-bashers will put this squarely on his shoulders even though he wasn’t responsible for Warner torching the secondary. Try to be objective, I dare you.
    —————————–
    I am being objective. Look at his history. This isn’t a one game thing for Favre.
    2009:
    When leading – 15 TDs, 1 INT, 115.1 QB rating
    When trailing – 3 TDs, 4 INTs, 80.8 QB rating
    2008:
    When leading – 9 TDs, 9 INTs, 85.7 QB rating
    When trailing – 6 TDs, 9 INTs, 71.0 QB rating
    2007:
    When leading – 18 TDs, 6 INTs, 106.1 QB rating
    When trailing – 10, TDs, 7 INTs, 96.8 QB rating
    2006:
    When leading – 7 TDs, 5 INTs, 75.3 QB rating
    When trailing – 7 TDs, 12 INTs, 63.0 QB rating
    2005:
    When leading – 5 TDs, 4 INTs, 86.5 QB rating
    When trailing – 11 TDs, 23 INTs, 61.2 QB rating
    This is established FACT. Brett Favre forces things when playing from behind.
    And no, of course Favre isn’t responsible for Warner passing on the Vikings. But everyone knew the Cards would pass at will on the Vikings. The Vikings do not have a good pass defense. I’m blaming Favre solely for his actions–not the loss. I firmly believe that the entire team is responsible for the loss. They couldn’t run, special teams played poorly and Favre made mistakes. Honestly, the Vikings were lucky a couple of bad passes bounced off Adrian Wilson’s hands or it could’ve been ugly.

  24. TheBaySay says: Dec 7, 2009 3:50 PM

    Twin Cities newspapers have been acting as if Mini has a bye to the NFC Championship game if not beyond, and have been spending time debating whether Favre, after 11 games, was the greatest Viking player of all time. (Sorry Fran, Alan, Randy, et al.) If ever a swollen balloon needed to have some of the air let out of it, it was the Twin Cities media – and their smug, blowhard “fan base” of course.

  25. pkrlvr says: Dec 7, 2009 3:55 PM

    Oh my God some of you Favre bashers are so stupid. The guy still has a 26 to 5 td/int ratio (best in the league) and yet you’ve got the nerve to post this b.s. James23, you’re the leader of the idiots. His team was way down, they couldn’t run, and he was trying to make plays…..simple as that. Every top tier qb in the league right now has had a 2 int. game this year….so blow it out your ass.

  26. Ambrose says: Dec 7, 2009 4:00 PM

    Vikes#28Owns…..
    Don’t take the jabs too personally. Everyone knows (Packer fans included) that the Vikings have a pretty good team this year. And it makes my face wrinkle to think that Favre is contributing to that success. So when we have a chance to pile on, we don’t hesitate to do so…..we just haven’t had many opportunities to do it. But that behavior is no different than the reverse. The Packers catch an inordinate amount of bile on these sites. Watch and see what happens if they lose to the Ravens tonight. And don’t think I’m a softy….I want nothing more than to catch the Vikings in the playoffs and kick their asses.
    In all seriousness however, any teams playing the Vikings in the weeks ahead will be watching the Arizona game film very very carefully. It could get interesting.

  27. bustabloodvessel says: Dec 7, 2009 4:09 PM

    I, for one, am more worried about the o-line and linebacker injuries than I am of the QB play. It’s still a little early to call any kind of meltdown. 10-2 is a great record, and any other season would probably be the best in the league. It just so happens there are two undefeated teams at this point in the season. For the guy who named himself after TWO idiots from ESPN who have no clue about anything but being stupid, what player doesn’t try to force things when playing from behind??? You say we don’t have a good pass defense, but if you look at the stats realistically, teams have trouble running on the Vikes, so they have no choice but to throw. That coupled with the fact that most teams this year have been playing from behind, and most of it comes between the 20′s. It’s not as simple as saying the pass defense is poor. Great win by AZ, we didn’t come to play last night.

  28. jx4cmario1 says: Dec 7, 2009 4:22 PM

    Hey Adam Cocksmokerson…take a look at ANY QB…I guarantee you they will all have better production when leading…idiot.

  29. sand0 says: Dec 7, 2009 4:28 PM

    They couldn’t run the ball which is what lead to all the offensive issues. Plain and simple. O-line played twice as many plays as usual in the Chicago game and it really showed. They were absolutely flat.
    I don’t blame it on Brett. Vikes were down trying to make something happen during the picks. He doesn’t throw those and they punt. 60 yards of field position doesn’t change the outcome.
    Warner was on fire and it is tough to defense those kinds of passes but in that kind of game you got to go outscore them and run the ball and control the clock which they just couldn’t do. Hopefully they get pissed and move on with some fire.

  30. Viker says: Dec 7, 2009 4:48 PM

    Gotta say, I do love how a team loses a game and everybody who hates that team decides it’s time to hop on and leave comments on how bad they are, how much they suck, exactly why they don’t deserve to be 10-2, because they played poor teams.
    -Get over yourselves, Vikings are 10-2 and your team probably doesn’t have as many wins so you have to gloat when a better team loses.

  31. Canned Heat says: Dec 7, 2009 4:52 PM

    “But hey, if a game where Kurt Warner played a nearly perfect game while Brett Favre had his only two INT game of the season, makes the Packers fans’ day thinking it was some kind of implosion by the Vikings, enjoy.”
    My friend to the west…this is only the start of the implosion. Your ‘queens have been playing one of the softest schedules in football all season, and now the meat of it is going to reach up and kick some teeth in. Yes, they’ll probably finish with a better record than the Pack…whatever. Favre is going to start falling apart late in the year (like he has with his 2 previous teams over the last 6 years) while you yellow pony-tailed clowns sit there in disbelief. What boggles me is that you’re all close enough in MN to have witnessed his melt downs in big games on Fox over the last decade. Take away the Favre picks….wtf is up with AP and the running game?To look at those 2 unbelievable finishes in games that you should have lost and think this is somehow a team of destiny is laughable. Keep laughing at the Pack fans….when Zygi moves this team with those dark pink uniforms over to the west coast, you’ll have more time for your Mall of America, ice fishing, and inbreeding. That team is down a few more linemen and now your stud LB is gone for the year….karma seems to be paying a visit. Sounds like a few years ago when all you purple pecker eaters thought you had the SB in the bag. Was it wide left or wide right…?

  32. bustabloodvessel says: Dec 7, 2009 5:14 PM

    canned heat,
    you are an idiot! Anyone who seems to be even half as happy as you seem to be about players getting injured needs to have his nuts cut off so he cannot breed. How can you sit there and type karma has anything to do with a good football player, not to mention the person he is, is the cause of him getting hurt? The attitude you have has NO PLACE in sports whatsoever. You are probably the type of guy that gets up and tackles some 8 year old kid when your son’s team is losing. Freakin nipple!

  33. leatherneck says: Dec 7, 2009 5:25 PM

    One more thing.
    I guess someone at NBC is getting blamed for flexing out of Patriots-Dolphins for Cards-Vikings.

  34. MinneapolisResident says: Dec 7, 2009 5:36 PM

    As a Packer fan, there is no way you can say that the Vikings have imploded yet. When a team comes out flat, it pisses you off to no end, i.e. The Bengals game, Vikings II and the Bucs game. But it happens nonetheless.
    The Pack played with no balls or energy in those games and got beat. The Vikings did the same thing last and got piss pounded in every facet of the game. Happens in the NFL all the time.
    What I would be worried about is that I’ve seen that same uninspired performance out of Favre a million times. 2007 NFC Championship for example. Didn’t look like he gave a shit that he was even on the field. In an NFC Championship game…you don’t get do-overs for that one.

  35. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Dec 7, 2009 5:59 PM

    jx4cmario1 says:
    December 7, 2009 4:22 PM
    Hey Adam Cocksmokerson…take a look at ANY QB…I guarantee you they will all have better production when leading…idiot.
    —————————-
    That’s funny. First one I looked at has a BETTER QB rating when behind. Who’s the idiot now, bitch?
    Aaron Rodgers:
    While ahead – 10 TDs, 3 INTs, 101.9 QB rating
    While behind – 9 TDs, 1 INTs, 116.2 QB rating
    Do you like your crow cold or warmed up? While I’m at it…
    Ben Roethlisberger
    Ahead – 10 TDs, 9 INTs, 95.9 rating
    Behind – 4 TDs, 0 INTs, 110.8 rating
    Kyle Orton
    Ahead – 3 TDs, 2 INTs, 81.8 rating
    Behind – 6 TDs, 4 INTs, 84.4 rating
    Matt Schaub
    Ahead – 4 TDs, 2 INTs, 92.2 rating
    Behind – 13 TDs, 5 INTs, 104.1 rating
    Jason Campbell
    Ahead – 1 TD, 3 INTs, 73.6 rating
    Behind – 11 TDs, 8 INTs, 90.7 rating
    You sure have come on strong after the other day. You posted a reasonable comment, got slapped upside the head by Pervis and it appears he slapped some of his dumb into you.
    Keep your mouth shut unless you can back it up with facts, buddy.

  36. Adam-Chris Scheftersen says: Dec 7, 2009 6:01 PM

    bustabloodvessel says:
    December 7, 2009 4:09 PM
    That coupled with the fact that most teams this year have been playing from behind, and most of it comes between the 20′s.
    —————————-
    Most teams have been playing from behind?
    Your high school math teacher just cringed.

  37. bluestree says: Dec 7, 2009 6:18 PM

    I think the biggest story here is the loss of E.J. Henderson. He was all over the field before he went down. Second is the O line. They seem to be getting nicked up. AP had no holes to run in, and ‘Zona was getting penetration up the middle and off the edge. Likewise, Farve does not handle pressure up the middle well, he never has. They had sucess rolling him out, but that only works so much. Still, replacing Henderson and getting coverage in the secondary is number one. Farve is more of a front runner, and if he’s behind he’ll let ‘er fly, especially with pressure in his face. Now you’re talking three to four picks a game. It’s all on Chilly and the coaching staff to pull it together. I’m not sure this is just a letdown game, the Vikes can’t cover, and by leaving in six blockers and a back, they got no pass rush, which was a shocker.

  38. bustabloodvessel says: Dec 7, 2009 6:22 PM

    Really, i think you smoked too much pot. during the fourth quarter, the Vikings have only trailed in two games before yesterday. I guess when you name yourself after two idiots, you become one.

  39. bustabloodvessel says: Dec 7, 2009 6:28 PM

    sorry, it was three.

  40. MikeHo says: Dec 7, 2009 7:21 PM

    The Cardinals defense seemed to know what the Vikings offense was going to do, stacking the box on running plays and rushing only 3 with 8 back on passing plays. Is there anything to the rumor that Tony Dungy said AP gives it away with his eyes?

  41. PurpleRaid12 says: Dec 7, 2009 7:38 PM

    Adam-Chris
    I can make up bullshit stats too….

  42. PurpleRaid12 says: Dec 7, 2009 7:51 PM

    And if you are right about the stats….. then I’d try and find a job, because you have WAY to much time on your hands

  43. Canned Heat says: Dec 7, 2009 8:25 PM

    bustabloodvessel (dickweed),
    Where do I say i enjoy seeing an injury to anyone?…ever?? Injuries are part of the game and anyone who knows anything about football will tell you the healthiest teams win championships…not defense. EJH is probably the best LB in the conference and it’s a horrible injury. Every team has injuries jackass….look at the Pack with Harris and Kampmann. Still #1 D in the league without those 2 and where was that D we saw in dark pink last night..? Karma has everything to do with people like you running your mouth.
    Say what you will dickweed…your team isn’t going any farther than 1 and done. BTW…when Zygi pulls your team to LA, come on over and see some real football in real conditions…not that fairydome for pussies.

  44. bustabloodvessel says: Dec 7, 2009 9:00 PM

    I must have touched a nerve there canned heat. When you say karma coming to see the team right after mentioning injuries, one can put two and two together. You should really learn to read, because I said you SEEM to enjoy it, not you do. As far as your “#1 defense”, it’s kinda clouded. Even announcers calling Packers games talk about how much the db’s get away with as far as pa penalties, holding calls and things like that. If it was that great, you would have a better record. As far as the Vikings going 1 and done, come talk to me when your team can beat the lowly Bucs, and remember that 1 and done team beat yours twice. Don’t think I don’t know “real” football, I promise I know more about the game than you could ever think about. How long did you wear pads? I was more than just a mighty mite player, was highly recruited by more than one college until an injury similar to EJ’s killed my career, so when you think you know something, come back and I’ll tell you how wrong you are.

  45. Favre On HGH says: Dec 7, 2009 9:44 PM

    Adrian Peterson being contained (again) is a valuable component to beating the Vikings.
    A nationally televised dismantling of the Vikings to show that they are nothing more than the best-of-the-worst is worth its’ weight in gold.
    Watching Favre get tossed like a ragdoll, throwing two interceptions, and exposing the world to the predictable and expected start of his late-season fade….priceless.

  46. Favredaze says: Dec 8, 2009 12:05 AM

    Adam Cocksmokerson what are you smokin oh yeah its in the name. Whose are you smokin. Brett Favre is 2nd all time in come from behind wins. What is more important than that winning. I guess if it is Rodgers that your smokin it is stats, cause if memory serves me right he got his first come from behind win this year against Chicago. I don’t know why in the world you want to throw Campbell and Orton out there. Roethliberger is a good quaterback, but he will never be mentioned among the top 5 in the league, let alone the top 5 ever. None of those guys are in the same ballpark as Favre, And since 2005 numbers huh. So you want to compare Favre at 37 to kids that are 10 years younger. If any of those guys are still in the League at that age I would bet that there numbers will be far from what they are now. So don’t be a fool. Show some class, but if you are a Packer fan I guess that is impossible, and be objective and remove the Bias. Cause I did not see any of the League established elite on that list where is Brady where is Manning where is Brees where is Rivers, where is Warner.

  47. jeff says: Dec 8, 2009 8:44 AM

    Guys:
    You’ll have to forgive shitterson. He’s obsessed with stats. Numbers such as stats can be twisted anyway to fit your argument.
    I’d be careful though, if you debate with hime too much on here, he will want to mail you some of his shit. I’m not kidding.
    His toilet must be broken and he has no place to put it or something, but honest to god wanted to send me a package of feces.
    Of course, living in Wisconsin, he probably doesn’t have an indoor outhouse.

  48. jx4cmario1 says: Dec 8, 2009 2:34 PM

    I responded to his stupid stat outburst too, but it somehow didn’t go through.
    Anyone can throw a bunch of stupid numbers out and make them look good. He throws a bunch of shitty QBs out (and Big Ben) and he thinks he has me eating crow….where’s Manning, Brees, Rivers, Romo, Warner, E. Manning, McNabb, Hasselbeck, hell even Alex Smith?? You’re point was retarded Cocksmokerson…

  49. Canned Heat says: Dec 9, 2009 2:59 PM

    “Don’t think I don’t know “real” football, I promise I know more about the game than you could ever think about. How long did you wear pads? I was more than just a mighty mite player, was highly recruited by more than one college until an injury similar to EJ’s killed my career, so when you think you know something, come back and I’ll tell you how wrong you are. ”
    Oh I see, Uncle Rico from Napolean Dynamite has joined us under a different name. Unfortunately I only played ’til the end of my high school days….you must know a ton more about a football league neither you or I ever sniffed. I love clowns like you that think you were something special….and trust me, if you were anything special and from the midwest, I would know your name and credentials. So tell us Mr. All-American….where you from and what’s your name? Thought so. Were you knocked so senseless back on the 3rd string practice squad that you fail to realize the Vikings are currently playing the 3rd easiest schedule in the NFL this year? Browns, Lions, Niners, Packers, Rams, Ravens, Steelers, Packers, Lions, Seahawks, Bears, & Cards. 2 of those were luckier than f#ck wins, to boot. Keep on dreaming of your glory days on special teams at Fergus Falls CC and pray the team stays in MN a few more years before they’re the LA Vikes. Reality will set in soon enough for you, Chilly, and the rest of Purple Nation. Now get back to reliving those glory days by paging thru old yearbooks and photo albums in the basement bedroom of your parents house.

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