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Vikings now in the driver’s seat at No. 3

Justin Blackmon AP

Last month, the Vikings reportedly were sulking because no one showed any interested in trading up for the third overall pick in the draft.  At the time, however, the Rams had yet to deal the second pick and the draft had only two ultra-high-level players.

Now that the Redskins have pulled the trigger on a trade with the Rams and receiver Justin Blackmon has pushed himself closer to A.J. Green/Julio Jones territory and away from top-ten busts like Darrius Heyward-Bey and Michael Crabtree with a solid performance at his Pro Day on Friday, the Vikings could be in position to make a deal.

Unless, of course, the Vikings have decided they covet Blackmon.

That would be a surprise.  With plenty of needs on both sides of the ball, the Vikings can’t afford to take a chance on a guy who plays the position that either attracts or creates divas.  Instead, the Vikings would surely prefer to dangle the pick and hope that someone else has decided, like the Falcons did last year with Jones, to make a bold move by moving up to No. 3.

The dilemma for the Vikings will be to determine how far they’re willing to fall, if they hope to emerge with USC left tackle Matt Kalil.  In the end, the Vikings could simply try to coerce the Browns (if they want Blackmon) into flip-flopping the third and fourth picks.  That way, the Vikings would still be sure to get Kalil at No. 4, the guy whom they most likely would take if they sit tight at No. 3.

Either way, the Vikings now have extra time to make something happen — something that wouldn’t have happened if the Rams had waited until late April to trade the second pick.

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79 Responses to “Vikings now in the driver’s seat at No. 3”
  1. makeshersquirt says: Mar 11, 2012 10:31 AM

    Michael Crabtree is from Texas Tech….

  2. lostsok says: Mar 11, 2012 10:32 AM

    It’s something they’ll consider…until their time expires and Cleveland drafts anyway.

  3. indyseriesnick says: Mar 11, 2012 10:34 AM

    vikes will pick kalil,
    UNLESS if they can get as good of a deal as the Rams did ;)

  4. crindal3000 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:36 AM

    In the drivers seat looking for the nearest cliff to drive over.

  5. AlohaMrHand says: Mar 11, 2012 10:37 AM

    DHB is turning into a solid reciever.Hes not a bust

  6. toes110 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:38 AM

    Dont get fancy speilman…. Take Kalil

  7. jimmysee says: Mar 11, 2012 10:39 AM

    Truly — look at their history — the Vikings are not smart enough to pull that off.

  8. bucks12965 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:39 AM

    Silly contention that they can’t draft Blackman because it’s a diva’s position. Blackman has only shown he is a good guy. Are we to believe playing receiver in the NFL will turn him into a jackass?

  9. wtfru2 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:42 AM

    All I can say is get the pick in on time so you don’t lose it. Yes they lucked out with Kevin Williams but don’t blow it again! Just take Kalil and move on.

  10. cruzp23 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:43 AM

    Half the draft is guna be over before the draft starts!!

  11. boknowsvt says: Mar 11, 2012 10:46 AM

    While there is no debate that DHB was taken too high, he was about 25 yards from a 1000 yard season. He is the very definition of a project, and that project is beginning to show a lot of promise.

  12. gdeli says: Mar 11, 2012 10:49 AM

    Not smart huh..how about randy moss, adrian, percy, daunte. Those were great picks. Yeah, lostsok they blew it in that one draft. Sue em’. Get kahil with the 3rd or do the switch and hope you don’t get burned if they pick kahil. ha

  13. shaggytoodle says: Mar 11, 2012 10:50 AM

    I would have to think the almost have to go with Kalil.

    They just got rid of Hutch to cut one of the older players they locked into huge contract, they couldn’t live up to, and now they need someone to anchor that line.

  14. 1972wasalongtimeago says: Mar 11, 2012 10:51 AM

    But crackhead bob is their GM.

  15. gergie1957 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:53 AM

    Black man is a beast and should be a great NFL receiver, Just one question to Aloha.
    (AlohaMrHand says: (Hes not a bust)

    Crystal Ball or Tea leaves?

  16. 1972wasalongtimeago says: Mar 11, 2012 10:53 AM

    We’ll take your third pick for AJ Feeley and Lamar Gordon. (yes I know, I’m making a joke to point out how badly screwed up the Dolphins.)

  17. rantfire says: Mar 11, 2012 10:58 AM

    I would really hate to be the Vikings right now. They reached to get Ponder last year, now trying to Joey Harrington him into a starting role by building around him. It would be smart to get Kalil instead of Blackmon. The Lions got receiver after receiver for Harrington, when they should have been focusing on the oline.

    I’m sure the Vikings would rather have RG3 instead of Ponder. But I bet they draft Kalil now, and draft Matt Barkley early next year.

  18. The Commish says: Mar 11, 2012 10:58 AM

    I agree with the comments about DHB. The guy is far from a bust.

  19. ninefingers9 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:00 AM

    Vikes fan here, but I have no faith that the Vikings won’t find a way to mess this up! Mike Tice’s blunders still leaves a bad taste around here.

  20. We'reFineThere says: Mar 11, 2012 11:01 AM

    Pick 1- Potential Franchise QB
    Pick 2- Potential Franchise QB
    Pick 3+ Guys

    They aren’t going to get much. As much as I’ve I love following the draft and how all 32 rosters work to improve each year, I’m conceding that QB is 10 times more than the next position. It’s disheartening how expendable position players are becoming. The Vikings will draft Kalil, as they should, because he is the least likely bust, but I don’t know if teams are willing to give up too much to secure his rights.

  21. johnnyjagfan says: Mar 11, 2012 11:02 AM

    Take best lineman in the draft & be done. No replacing Hutch.

  22. tommyf15 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:06 AM

    bucks12965 says: Mar 11, 2012 10:39 AM

    Silly contention that they can’t draft Blackman because it’s a diva’s position. Blackman has only shown he is a good guy. Are we to believe playing receiver in the NFL will turn him into a jackass?

    I’m not a “pick on the players at all times” guy, but there were a few incidents at Oklahoma State that would make me very wary of drafting Justin Blackmon, who I feel is going to be WAY overdrafted.

    No matter: the Vikes are taking Kalil. Big difference between a team willing to surrender a king’s ransom for RGIII and whoever is available at the #3 spot.

  23. buckfigben says: Mar 11, 2012 11:07 AM

    At this rate, by the time the draft gets here, we will have the top ten picks already slotted.

  24. jessethegreat says: Mar 11, 2012 11:07 AM

    If the Vikings trade back, they will not get Kalil. As it is, its Kalil vs whoever you get by trading back. It all depends on how “sold” they are on Kalil.

    When trying to walk away with a cornerstone LT, you don’t get cute. You just take him with the understanding that it’s not going to be the “splashy” kind of move that gets people talking. Offensive linemen are different than all other positions besides corner backs….. the less they talk about offensive linemen and cornerbacks during the game, the better they’re doing.

  25. gb4mn0 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:08 AM

    OMG yes! The vikequeefs now have complete control of this years draft and now have the fate of the NFL in their hands.

    Why is this even a story?

    Oh that’s right, this site is the “have sympathy for a vikequeef fan because they had a Lombardi stole from them” site.

    Losers!

  26. bucbelevr says: Mar 11, 2012 11:10 AM

    How bout Bucs trade down to say #12 out of 5, pick up a pick or 2, then trade #12 to Pittsburgh while signing Mike Wallace to a monster signing bonused-contract that cap-strapped Pittsburgh can’t match financially…?..

  27. jimnsota says: Mar 11, 2012 11:11 AM

    Exactly what I said in another post. The Vikes need a true #1 wr as bad as a left tackle. Covet Blackmon and if you can get him or Kalil while picking up extra picks it will be a success. They will make a big splay on Tuesday when free agency starts. I think that will play a huge part of the draft strategy.

  28. rundmc81 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:13 AM

    DHB is becoming a beast..He is also part of a young and exciting wr group that is going to thrive under new leadership. Wait until he gets an offseason with CP3..

  29. thenoffer says: Mar 11, 2012 11:15 AM

    Mike, DHB had 975 yards receiving last year and looked pretty good at times. He is never going to be Larry Fitzgerald but I would not say a 1200 yard season is oit of the question. He is far from a “bust”.

  30. athleticmedic says: Mar 11, 2012 11:19 AM

    I was thinking the possibility of trading with the Rams for their 6th pick and getting a high 2nd rounder and maybe even a mid round pick this or next year….Khalil may still be available if the Browns take Richardson and the Bucs take Claiborne. This would be a bit of a risk, although it would allow MN to stock up on a few more picks and with all the holes MN has, I hope that they can get a STUD at 6…

    I would rather see them swap picks with either CLE or TB though, to get picks and also still get Khalil…that would be the best case scenario

  31. asw1028 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:21 AM

    Blackmon is a gamer but he never looked that fast in college and that worries me. He still has the skills to play in the league but can he be a number one receiver? Heyward Bey a bust? What the heck are you talking about? He just took some time to develop but he came on strong last season–I will take him in my fantasy draft if he’s available.

  32. tdk24 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:21 AM

    Crabtree is the only one that is a bust in that group. And considering Maclin’s health issue, DHB is the better long term option of that draft.

  33. paperlions says: Mar 11, 2012 11:25 AM

    If any GM thinks that a pro day performance makes a player more similar to AJ Green/Julio and less similar to DHB/Crabtree, he needs to be fired.

  34. athleticmedic says: Mar 11, 2012 11:31 AM

    Crabtree is CLEARLY a bust … DHB is considered a “bust” because of how high he was drafted…you can’t be drafted 7th overall and just be “solid”, you have to be SPECIAL when drafted in the top 10.

    Don’t forget another recent big 1st round bust in the first round — TROY WILLIAMSON at #7…

  35. santolonius says: Mar 11, 2012 11:32 AM

    pats should try for blackmon. they have the picks to trade, and his presence on the field would mean brady would always have an open man. (and the brady window for another championship will start to close soon.)

  36. dwntwnbadboy19 says: Mar 11, 2012 11:32 AM

    How is Heyword Bay a bust??

  37. palewook says: Mar 11, 2012 11:35 AM

    vikes could really use kalil. not much incentive for them to trade down.

  38. theytukrjobs says: Mar 11, 2012 11:39 AM

    It is so weird that people still poke fun at the Vikings 9 years after they “failed” to make their pick on time in the 1st round.

    Teams took Byron Leftwich and Jordan Gross while the Vikings patiently waited, and selected Kevin Williams. They ended up with a vastly superior player than the other teams, while saving millions to be used towards the salary cap or towards a new ivory tusk back scratcher for Red McCombs.

    Was it a jerk move? Yeah. Was it a brilliantly patient move that helped the team win a bunch of games. You can’t argue that it wasn’t.

    Sometimes I think people try to hard to find ways to make fun of the Vikes. Seriously there are much better things to regurgitate endlessly than one of the things they actually got right.

  39. digitaldonnie says: Mar 11, 2012 11:40 AM

    If the Browns move to 3, it would be to take Kahli. Then Browns will have two of the best tackles in the leauge. Thomas on the left, Kahli on the right.

  40. yokoromo says: Mar 11, 2012 11:46 AM

    I think there are probably more teams willing to trade up for Kalil than Blackmon. There will be some pretty good WR in rd 2, but a franchise LT is hard to find.

  41. xstaticonradio says: Mar 11, 2012 11:54 AM

    Crabtree is the only one that is a bust in that group. And considering Maclin’s health issue, DHB is the better long term option of that draft.

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    Crabtree had 72 catches last season. I still don’t see how people can call him a bust.

  42. vikefan says: Mar 11, 2012 12:01 PM

    OMG yes! The vikequeefs now have complete control of this years draft and now have the fate of the NFL in their hands.

    Why is this even a story?

    Oh that’s right, this site is the “have sympathy for a vikequeef fan because they had a Lombardi stole from them” site.

    Losers!
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    hahaha, why is this even a story, ur hilarious, its not a story but yet u continue to ramble mindlessly on Vikings topics constantly so you can make urself feel better bout your 1 & done playoff bounce, the real loser is in your mirror!

  43. vikefan says: Mar 11, 2012 12:04 PM

    ……and yes the Vikings ARE in the drivers seat if the first 2 picks are already chosen, anyone that wants to move up to take anyone but Luck or RGIII MUST dance with Vikings to ensure they get who they want!! Go outside and watch your snow melt & get off keyboard for a day, WILL do u good

  44. raiderapologist says: Mar 11, 2012 12:05 PM

    Blackmon had a good pro day. That isn’t proof of future Sunday performance. It isn’t fair to tag Hayward-Bey as a bust, either. He got picked too high for sure, but he hasn’t enjoyed any stability in Oakland, and he’s a hard working, humble kid.

  45. rugdog100 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:11 PM

    “sulking”? Umm, nobody was sulking that I heard of. Is this a projection of your own personality?

  46. tropboi11 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:12 PM

    Bucbelevr, I love your idea, call it in

  47. thankheavenfornumberseven says: Mar 11, 2012 12:13 PM

    It’s likely that Cleveland and St. Louis both like Blackmon. St. Louis has plenty of ammunition to move up to 3 to take him. If Cleveland really wants him, they’ll swap picks with Minnesota to prevent St. Louis from getting him. Vikings could get Kalil and pick up something like Cleveland’s second round pick.

  48. Ricardo Grande says: Mar 11, 2012 12:13 PM

    The Browns will NEVER trade up to No. 3…

    Where in the hell did THAT come from??

  49. gmen1987 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:14 PM

    Knowing the past Vikings draft philosophy, all the Vikings need to do is to find the position they need the most, start panicking and pick a player way higher than what any other team has that player. See Troy (the bust) Williamson and Christian Ponder last year.

  50. jason1980 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:20 PM

    Sucking season after season has it’s advantages. Live large basement dwellers, I mean Vikings!!

  51. thraiderskin says: Mar 11, 2012 12:30 PM

    Why don’t you check the numbers this year for DHB… I’m pretty sure he isn’t a bust. Fascinating how you can be so incredibly wrong.

  52. bizzyb559 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:34 PM

    While DHB has come up short and what receiver wouldn’t the last few years on the Raider roller coaster. DHB showed promise last season with 975 receiving yards. To say he is a bust is a little premature.

    This season should be quite telling with CP at the helm with a full training camp under his belt. The first two years the media thought DMAC was a bust too…..go figure.

  53. zn0rseman says: Mar 11, 2012 12:46 PM

    Micheal Floyd > Justin Blackmon

  54. ramitbaby says: Mar 11, 2012 12:50 PM

    Thanks to that meaningless victory in Washington, the Rams are sitting in a Ferrari while the Vikings are in the driver’s seat of a rusted out jalopy on blocks.

  55. dd393 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:52 PM

    What does Brett Favre think?

  56. berniesboys says: Mar 11, 2012 12:55 PM

    Last time Cleveland swapped to move up one spot they ended up with Kameron Wimbly and Baltimore got a guy named Ngata. Please, stay put Brownies. We need the draft picks, and we don’t have that kind of luck.

  57. vikesfanforlife says: Mar 11, 2012 1:02 PM

    I agree with Palewook 100%. There is really no current incentive to trade down and not take Matt Kalil. Let’s consider this for a moment : By taking Kalil, the Vikings can move Charlie Johnson back inside to either guard position, which is a way better fit for him since he is a natural guard. He isnt a pro bowler at guard by any stretch of the imagination, but he is slightly above average. Then they can get a guard in free agency (I’d prefer Carl Nicks, Ben Grubbs, or Evan Mathis) and then their Offensive line is pretty set. I want to see Phil Loadholt play up to his potential because so far he has been marginal at best at RT. The Vikes will have 10 draft picks this year and if they hit on half of them, they could fill a ton of holes. Spielman has been instrumental in the last 5 drafts. He was responsible for them drafting Pro Bowlers suchs as; Adrian Peterson, Percy Harvin, Sidney Rice, and starters Chad Greenway, Everson Griffen, former Vike Cedric Griffin (he was decent before all the knee injuries) John Sullivan, and Phil Loadholt. All you trolls bashing the Vikes draft record dont know anything about this team. They have decent talent, but the overall 53 man roster needs a ton of work. Spielman is now in sole control of the roster since being elevated to GM. Let’s give the man a few draft classes before judging him. lol.

  58. iluvbears says: Mar 11, 2012 1:15 PM

    makeshersquirt says: Mar 11, 2012 10:31 AM

    Michael Crabtree is from Texas Tech….
    ________________________________

    Who?

  59. iluvbears says: Mar 11, 2012 1:16 PM

    jason1980 says: Mar 11, 2012 12:20 PM

    Sucking season after season has it’s advantages. Live large basement dwellers, I mean Vikings!!
    _____________________________________

    I guess it would take a fan of a basement dweller to understand that. Must be a Lions fan or a fan of the Packers in the 70’s & 80’s.

  60. draftdoctor says: Mar 11, 2012 1:33 PM

    The no brainer is Kalil. There are several FA WRs and CBs as well as CBs and WRs who will be available when the Vikings select at the top of round 2. There are no top OLTs available in FA and the OTs who will be available in round 2 are all big gambles. Reiff is not an elite LOT prospect; I saw him give up a sack against the Gophers last year. Unless the Vikings want Ponder to become David Carr 2.0 they need to get a LOT who can shut down the pass rush. The only choice is Kalil.

  61. totpackage says: Mar 11, 2012 1:42 PM

    To all you viking haters WE have won the central division more than any other team!!!check your stats!! also we had alot of very good players been to four super bowls 7 nfc championship games i would rather be a vikings fan than alot of the other loseing teams out there!!

  62. couldntthinkofaname says: Mar 11, 2012 1:59 PM

    I was thinking the possibility of trading with the Rams for their 6th pick and getting a high 2nd rounder and maybe even a mid round pick this or next year….Khalil may still be available if the Browns take Richardson and the Bucs take Claiborne. This would be a bit of a risk, although it would allow MN to stock up on a few more picks and with all the holes MN has, I hope that they can get a STUD at 6…

    _______________________

    Yeah, because the Rams traded down and gathered a bunch of picks just to trade them away by moving back up. Right. That makes a ton of sense.

  63. packerswambulance says: Mar 11, 2012 2:02 PM

    Didn’t the Packers go 27 years without making the playoffs? Thats much more ugly than losing 4 Superbowls.
    Keep talking clowns…

  64. cotts1 says: Mar 11, 2012 2:42 PM

    It is so weird that people still poke fun at the Vikings 9 years after they “failed” to make their pick on time in the 1st round.

    Teams took Byron Leftwich and Jordan Gross while the Vikings patiently waited, and selected Kevin Williams. They ended up with a vastly superior player than the other teams, while saving millions to be used towards the salary cap or towards a new ivory tusk back scratcher for Red McCombs.

    Was it a jerk move? Yeah. Was it a brilliantly patient move that helped the team win a bunch of games. You can’t argue that it wasn’t.

    Sometimes I think people try to hard to find ways to make fun of the Vikes. Seriously there are much better things to regurgitate endlessly than one of the things they actually got right.

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    Vastly superior? Jordan Gross has been a very good LT for 10 years straight. Kevin Williams has done nothing in the past few years and it doesn’t look like he will be doing much in the future. Also, didn’t Williams get caught using performance enhancing drugs? It’s good you are glad to be a fan of the purple prancers because its hard for everyone else to root for a team that wears purple….

  65. purplepipsqueak says: Mar 11, 2012 2:56 PM

    The Vikes have to get Kalil. The ONLY way to trade is to create a false market for Blackmon and hope the Browns bi.te. I don’t know if trades can be made with the condition of the acquiring teams agrees not to pick a certain player. Then the Vikes could try to go down the draft pick by pick. I have never seen this, so I don’t think it works. Have to have Kalil though.

  66. deconjonesbitchslap says: Mar 11, 2012 2:58 PM

    i said the vikings would be regretting taking Christian Ponder last year when they panicked, and I could not have been more right.

    4 great qb’s available this year: Manning, Flynn, RGIII, and Luck.

    but they’ll have to struggle with Ponder for the next 3 years, and eek out 6 wins a season if their lucky. this is what happens when you make decisions in a panic: you make the situation magnitudes worse.

  67. jeff6381 says: Mar 11, 2012 3:04 PM

    They should draft Blackmon and give there young QB a target if not they will be saying Ponder can’t get the job done and drafting another QB.

  68. cursedvikingfan says: Mar 11, 2012 3:06 PM

    gb4mn0, my god. Your posts get funnier AND more intelligent by the hour. You could start working for PFT!

  69. sadskinsfan89 says: Mar 11, 2012 3:54 PM

    they could take morris Claiborn too. there secondly is definetly hurting and top corners are hard to come by these days

  70. wyofootballfan says: Mar 11, 2012 4:02 PM

    Why is everyone so down on ponder? He is a rookie that had no offseason what so ever, had to learn from mcnabb, was thrown in behind an awful line and had 1 receiver to rely on. Ya he’s not going to look the greatest but why throw all that away just to get another qb who is going have the same trouble? He’s had a dozen games and everyone wants him out. Outside of newton ponder was the most successful qb of that class.. It wasn’t gabbert who went before ponder and had the 3 worst qb rating. As far as the Blackmon taken 3rd Im ok with that. Then take jonathon Martin or mike Adams in the 2nd. Or take kalil 3 and alshon jeffery in the 2nd.

  71. zampft says: Mar 11, 2012 4:28 PM

    You’re the expert of course, but it seems very unlikely they’ll trade the pick. Most teams draft best player available, not to fill a hole. The only time you can’t do this is when the pick would be a franchise QB and you already have one, hence the St. Louis trade.

    Minnesota will pick which either guy they feel is better, and that’s the end of it.

  72. stavreafavre says: Mar 11, 2012 4:42 PM

    Packerswambulance, to answer your question – No, the Packers never went 27 years without making the playoffs.

  73. thesportsguy13 says: Mar 11, 2012 6:34 PM

    I’m a steelers fan but the vikes are like my closet team because my mom is a huge fan. I think either way would a good decision. Either just drafting Blackmon who’s a stud and would give ponder another option while moving Harvin back to his more comfortable and productive slot position and not have to face 1CBs. Also trading down to get kalil at 4 plus another pick also is not a bad idea because ponder had zero time to throw last year so extra protection couldn’t hurt

  74. nflofficeadmin says: Mar 11, 2012 6:40 PM

    DHB – is actually turning into a nice receiver in Oakland. He can’t help what number he was drafted. I think he is on course with where a lot of scouts forecasted him at.

  75. socal9er says: Mar 11, 2012 7:14 PM

    Crabtree = Diva, yes but bust? Broke his foot last year still had 72 catches and 800+ yards on a team not using WRs too often. 55 catches year before and 48 in his rookie year that lead all rookies in YPG. He may never be AJ or Fitz but can certainly put up 1,100 yards and 7-8 TDs. I’ll take that any day.

  76. contra74 says: Mar 11, 2012 8:33 PM

    cotts1 says:Mar 11, 2012 2:42 PM

    It’s good you are glad to be a fan of the purple prancers because its hard for everyone else to root for a team that wears purple….
    ——–
    Youre right, its hard to cheer for a championship team like the Lakers.

  77. contra74 says: Mar 11, 2012 8:38 PM

    stavreafavre says:Mar 11, 2012 4:42 PM

    Packerswambulance, to answer your question – No, the Packers never went 27 years without making the playoffs.
    ——
    Youre right. The biggests gaps where they didnt make the playoffs are between 1921-1932, 1945-1959, 1973-1981, and 1983-1993.

  78. audient says: Mar 13, 2012 7:12 AM

    Either Kalil or Blackmon would look great in a Browns uniform, so Cleveland will take whomever is still there. They’re not trading up.

  79. matthewcarlson1 says: Mar 15, 2012 4:52 PM

    gb4mn0 says:
    Mar 11, 2012 11:08 AM
    OMG yes! The vikequeefs now have complete control of this years draft and now have the fate of the NFL in their hands.

    Why is this even a story?

    Oh that’s right, this site is the “have sympathy for a vikequeef fan because they had a Lombardi stole from them” site.
    —————————————————–

    I could handle all of your Viking bashing if you ever put any reasons up for it. You just say you hate them and they suck and that’s it. Want to bring any evidence to that debate? didn’t think so, your head is so filled with old cheese its starting to stink.

    Jealous that the Vikes get a ton of coverage while the fudgepackers get none? Ya that must be it.

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