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A closer look at Vikings-Jets

Tonight, the Vikings visit the Jets on Monday Night Football.  I’ll be there, joining Paul Allen and Pete Bercich of the Vikings Radio Network for the third quarter of the game.

And so we’ll devote another Monday PFT Daily segment to the Monday night game. 

For those of you who already have grown weary with the whole Favre off-field fiasco, this is one of the only previews of the game that will focus instead on the game itself.

Meanwhile, stay tuned for several more posts today about the whole Favre off-field fiasco.

 
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7 Responses to “A closer look at Vikings-Jets”
  1. bubba says: Oct 11, 2010 10:48 AM

    I bet you can hardly contain yourself getting to bash the Vikings and Favre once again. Why do you even involve yourself with the Vikings?

  2. The Doctor says: Oct 11, 2010 12:15 PM

    No way do I condone what has happened, but why not safeguard against future problems by prohibiting ALL reporters from the locker room, and institute a modest dress code for all sideline “reporters”. There is no reason that the players need to be subjected to questions while they are trying to get dressed. And if these “reporters” are serious professionals, they should have no problem dressing like ones.

  3. The Doctor says: Oct 11, 2010 12:20 PM

    No way do I condone what has happened, but why not safeguard against future problems by prohibiting ALL reporters from the locker room, and institute a modest dress code for all sideline “reporters”. There is no reason that the players need to be subjected to questions while they are trying to get dressed. And if these “reporters” are serious professionals, they should have no problem dressing like ones.

  4. JLuV says: Oct 11, 2010 1:43 PM

    who the hell cares about the “off-field fiasco” ..??!! His teammates dont even care, and it’s not going to effect the way he plays the game. This is football all we care to do is read and hear about our teams and whats lookn good and whats not for the game tonight. You crush fans’ excitement with this ridiculous junk about Favre sexting some girl. Let’s maybe grow up and remind ourselves that this is about sports not high school drama type crap! It’s not like the guy killed someone…

  5. wtf_seriously says: Oct 11, 2010 3:45 PM

    Considering the defenses of each team, I seriously don’t see the Vikings getting this done tonight. Even with Moss on board, Favre and the Vikings D haven’t proven to me they have it in them.

  6. Someone says: Oct 11, 2010 5:25 PM

    Yes wtf_seriously, the Vikings haven’t proven anything? I mean they are only the number one defense with teams scoring points on them…

  7. JLuV says: Oct 12, 2010 8:31 PM

    unfortunately the Vikings have things against them that is clouding their ability to play the game. We keep having close games that end in losses and all due to mistakes by Favre. But as a team they really need to get it together, because they can play way better than this. Last night was pure disappointment. And now with their best quarterback out with an injury their season may be over before it even gets started. Now the next line up of teams they gotta play are definitely beatable, but they gotta win 10 of them. Is it doable..? Hell ya! Are they gonna take charge of the field and go the Super Bowl, NO IDEA. But all this other bs that keeps getting in the way they gotta stop letting get in the way. The Vikings have the makings of being number 1

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