Kyle Rudolph says Vikings can win with any of their three quarterbacks

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No team in the NFL has more uncertainty at the quarterback position than the Vikings, who are starting Case Keenum now but could go back to either Sam Bradford or Teddy Bridgewater when their respective knee injuries are fully healed. But Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph says that uncertainty is not a problem.

Rudolph said on PFT Live that he and the Vikings’ other receivers have confidence in all three of their quarterbacks.

“These are all guys that can help us win football games,” Rudolph said. “Unfortunately in this business you deal with injuries. We seem to deal with more than everyone else in the last couple years but it happens. I think all these guys have handled it extremely well and have been ready for their opportunities.”

It’s unclear what the Vikings’ quarterback depth chart will look like when and if all three quarterbacks are healthy and ready to play, but Rudolph says that won’t matter to the rest of the team.

“I think the biggest thing is just for us as pass catchers, keeping a consistent routine and a consistent work habit throughout the course of the week,” Rudolph said. “We can’t worry about eight weeks from now, we can’t worry about next week, all we can focus on is taking each and every game and making sure we maximize those reps in practice.”

With the Vikings in first place in the NFC North, they have every reason to feel confident they can get to the playoffs, despite having no idea who their starting quarterback will be if they get there.

80 responses to “Kyle Rudolph says Vikings can win with any of their three quarterbacks

  1. What did you expect him to say? I like hearing it, but I know it doesn’t really tell me anything.

  2. Bradford is clearly the most talented, Bridgewater used to be the most mobile (who knows once he returns, if he even does return), and Case is serviceable so to answer the question if all three were ready to go, the Vikings would start Bradford.

    But the rest of the season needs to play out first despite the Viking fans predictions of winning the Superbowl.

  3. No question the Vikings have faced more injuries at key positions than any team in the last two years. A constant change at QB definitely affects your WR’s as well. It just speaks to the way this team has been put together. No, they aren’t SB favorites or anything like that, but to be able to even talk about the playoffs with constant injuries at QB, RB, OL, and your #1 WR? That’s impressive.

  4. whatjusthapped says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:07 am

    But the rest of the season needs to play out first despite the Viking fans predictions of winning the Superbowl.
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    If you’re a Vikings fan, then that is an accurate statement.

  5. ragnarthemagnificent says:
    October 20, 2017 at 8:50 am
    Great teams find a way to win while facing adversity. No excuses.
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    Excuses are for fans to get them through the off season. There is no column that matters other than wins and losses while they play the games. And the other 31 teams don’t care what your injury report says.

  6. whatjusthapped says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:07 am
    Bradford is clearly the most talented, Bridgewater used to be the most mobile (who knows once he returns, if he even does return), and Case is serviceable so to answer the question if all three were ready to go, the Vikings would start Bradford.

    But the rest of the season needs to play out first despite the Viking fans predictions of winning the Superbowl.

    ***

    Wow, this is actually pretty funny because I was thinking about posting about how a Packer fan would inevitably write something along the lines of A.) Rudolph is predicting a Superbowl B.) VIkings won their Superbowl last week or C.) Vikings fans are predicting a Superbowl.

    You never disappoint.

  7. They will likely win the division, but what does it matter when they are a likely done in the first round, definitely the second. Without Rodgers, no team from the North is a threat.

  8. This is a fair statement from Rudolph. The Vikings are good. Their QB stable is as ready-set as any team right now. If they can play consistently they can compete as effectively as any team. The big question mark is…….can they? We’ll see. I haven’t given up on the Packers giving them a run for the money, and the Vikings haven’t either. Their fans may think so, but the team does not. Too much can still happen. Good luck Vikings…….we’ll be chasing you.

  9. They’ve already won this year with Bradford and Keenum. Before Teddy went down, he proved to be a winner so obviously the Vikes can with any of the three.

  10. Sure, they can continue to win with their “2nd or 3rd string QB” (what Shurmur called Keenum yesterday), but they need their defense to stay healthy. While they were missing 4 starters on offense vs Packers on Sunday, only one defensive starter was out (and Barr sat out the second half.)

  11. And on another note, I see where the NFL must not have agreed with McCarthy on that “dirty illegal” hit that Barr put on Rogers. No fine was levied and yet another year wasted in the life of the greatest quarterback in the history of the league,,,,,

  12. It probably doesn’t matter a whole lot. Their offense doesn’t win the games, that defense sets the tone.

  13. Just win THIS week. That should be all that matters. Don’t talk about next month, or the next and please don’t bring up playoffs. I just want them to get to 5-2 and come out healthy afterwards. Shariff Floyd updates anyone?? Would be nice to see him back on the field too.

  14. Of course, this is the same guy who said Teddy looked like Joe Montana on his first day back in practice…

    I would agree with him though, that there all 3 of our QBs are very similar in terms of skill and ability, so I would expect similar results no matter which one is playing.

  15. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:38 am

    The purples seem to think Rodgers’ injury is going to add a bunch of wins to the Vikings. That’s some next-level obsession right there.

    ——–
    I know it wont add a bunch W’s for the Vikes but it will add a bunch of L’s to the Pack. Although, I did a couple math equations and It does seem that it did help add one win already and there is a strong possibility it helps add another win in December.

  16. That’s because the Vikings didn’t build a team that is dependent on one quarterback playing at the highest level of any quarterback ever to win games. They built a defense that can win games on its own and a balanced offense with solid talent all around. Obviously, the better the quarterback is, the better the whole team will be, but they don’t need to have Hall of Fame level production from that position to win games.

  17. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:38 am
    The purples seem to think Rodgers’ injury is going to add a bunch of wins to the Vikings. That’s some next-level obsession right there.

    ***

    Not sure how you drew that conclusion.

  18. Not a Vikings fan but Bradford is the most talented QB. Keenum has looked pretty good and there is no need to rush Teddy after that horrific injury last year. A knee injury like Teddy’s will take a full 2 years to heal, if at all. Therefore, play Case until Sam Bradford is healthy enough to play. Case becomes backup and keep Teddy on the back burner.

  19. You know what, as a long time Vike fan, I have to say I’m rather embarrassed by my fellow Vike fans behavior since the Rodgers injury. The attitude seems to be that we have the NFC North locked up, Vikings are best team ever, and Packers will be vying for the number 1 draft pick. I guess I would rather my team be the favorite to win the NFC North without requiring a major injury to other teams’ key players. But, that’s just me.

  20. I actually agree. Keenum has played good enough to win games. Whoever is healthy first between Teddy and Sam will start. Either of them should be an upgrade if they’re actually healthy.

    Just glad the Vikings are a good enough team that the starting qb doesnt matter that much. It would suck to have a horrible team propped up by a HOF QB… imagine if that guy got hurt? High draft pick for sure.

  21. In Teddy We Trust says:
    October 20, 2017 at 10:18 am
    That’s because the Vikings didn’t build a team that is dependent on one quarterback playing at the highest level of any quarterback ever to win games. They built a defense that can win games on its own and a balanced offense with solid talent all around. Obviously, the better the quarterback is, the better the whole team will be, but they don’t need to have Hall of Fame level production from that position to win games.
    //////////////////////////////////////////////

    This is typical of the overconfident and presumptive opinion expressed by many Viking fans and very fairly exposed by Purple People Eaters.

  22. PPE is a long time Vike fan like I’m a long time Pack fan. Anyway, it isn’t Viking fans who say they’re the favorite to win the NFC North, it’s everybody. Nevertheless, they’re going to have to beat Detroit on Thanksgiving to be considered favorites because they already lost to them at home (remember that 7-point offensive explosion?). The only thing we do know is that the Packers are going to take a dramatic nosedive because they’re a one-man team without the one man.

  23. Truth be told, Kyle just said what’s already been proven. Vikings offense is tied for 6th best in NFL without it’s starting QB, RB and WR. This is the definition of better football for better people. It is also the definition of next man up. Also, PFF ranks Vikings as the #1 defense in the NFL. What an honor to be a fan of a balanced, well coached and managed organization. SKOL!

  24. Each of those QBs have proven that they can win at any given time. However, I would only commit to Teddy for the future…and that’s the Teddy of yore. My projection was a young Philip Rivers, but who knows how he’ll return from this injury. For now, I think the chart is Keenum, then Bradford, then Teddy. I don’t think we re-sign Bradford next year, and I think we go forward with Teddy.

    First things first, let’s beat Baltimore.

  25. I mean I cant say I totally disagree with Rudolph but i’ll believe it when I see it with Bridgewater. Also its important to note that its only week 7 people and theres plenty of time left to eff this up.

  26. Rudolph is correct. The Vikings can beat mediocre teams with any of their 3 QBs.

    Of course, they won’t ever beat good teams. And to think, all it took to be TIED for the division lead is their big brother to the East missing their all-world QB, starting LT, RT, LG, CB1, CB2, CB4, and their OLB1 and best DT playing at 50%.

    Yeah. You should be real proud, Rudy.

    >

  27. Not to mention that Vike fans by and large have been acting like complete toolsheds since last Sunday regarding an INJURY to a human being who happens to be the QB for their arch rival.

    Stay classy, Minnesota.

  28. In Teddy We Trust says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:09 am
    PPE is a long time Vike fan like I’m a long time Pack fan. Anyway, it isn’t Viking fans who say they’re the favorite to win the NFC North, it’s everybody. Nevertheless, they’re going to have to beat Detroit on Thanksgiving to be considered favorites because they already lost to them at home (remember that 7-point offensive explosion?). The only thing we do know is that the Packers are going to take a dramatic nosedive because they’re a one-man team without the one man.
    ///////////////////////////////

    Get yourself to Vegas and put your money where your mouth is. Otherwise, it’s just talk.

  29. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:26 am
    Not to mention that Vike fans by and large have been acting like complete toolsheds since last Sunday regarding an INJURY to a human being who happens to be the QB for their arch rival.

    Stay classy, Minnesota.

    ***

    BY and large? Not true at all. Get your facts straight. And please stop acting like Rodgers is some sort of war veteran, who landed on a grenade for the survival of a platoon. Some Packer fans are even trying to starte a prayer vigil for crying out loud (its in the news).

  30. Rodgers going down boosted Vikes fans’ hopes tremendously. It’s obvious in their comments. What does that say about their hopes prior to the injury?

    I just say we sit back and see how the season unfolds.

  31. Wahh the Packers are the only team to ever suffer an injury, apparently.

    I guess we’ll ignore the fact that the Vikings were playing with their 3rd string QB, and without their starters at WR, OG, S and DT. Not to mention they lost another WR during the game as well as a LB.

    The Vikings domination of the Packers last week was a direct result of Spielman and Zimmer being far superior at their jobs than Thompson and McCarthy. That’s it.

  32. Yes, the Minnesota Barneys, that well balanced, perfectly oiled machine is on another rapid pace to mediocrity.
    And that 8-8 record is right around the corner.
    I’ve got goose pimples.

  33. A knee injury like Teddy’s will take a full 2 years to heal, if at all.

    Proof? Kind of go against the fact that his surgeon cleared him to return after 14 months.

  34. @inteddywetrust

    Whoa, not sure where that came from. I guess I just prefer to focus on my own team rather than disparaging other teams, but to each his own.

  35. Yeah, here’s the thing about that one tjacks7:

    Your starters weren’t very good in the first place. There’s a BIG dropoff from ARod to literally any other QB on the planet. Taylor is an excellent OG. Bakh is a top 3LT. Bulaga is a top 5 RT. Daniels played, but he isn’t right. He’s a top 5 DT. Same with Morgan Burnett. Top 5 SS.

    The ONLY good players you were missing were Cook, Diggs and Bradford. I’ll admit Cook is a big loss. But he’s one player who is not a QB. And face it, Diggs is made of glass. It’s THE reason he dropped on draft day last year in the first place. Bradford is a top 15 QB, when healthy. BUT he literally hasn’t been healthy his whole career – which is why you could get him in the first place.

    The two injury situations are nowhere near the same.

    GB’s super bowl hopes are done without ARod, but man, I hope GB wins the division. Just to watch team purple nation’s heads implode.

    Go. Ravens.

  36. The last time the purples got their wish and Rodgers was injured, the Packers still won the division and the Vikings still finished dead last. This time, the Packers seem to be much better set at backup QB than they were the last time. Brett Hundley is very likely to surprise a whole lot of people… especially purple people.

    Rodgers’ injury doesn’t weaken Detroit. Or Chicago for that matter. It affects them the same way it affects the Vikings, with the exception of the dumb luck that the first time Hundley had to step in, with no preparation at all, was against the Vikings in the McStadium. They got an absolute gift there but there was only one of those to give.

    You guys never learn. Premature hopping up and down has never worked out for you and has bitten you in the tail every single time. Of course that was just “the curse,” right? Now that Rodgers can’t put his “evil eye” and the “mojo bone” on you for a few games, I suppose “the curse” is lifted. It’s all smooth sailing from here now that Rodgers is out. Next. Level. Obsession.

  37. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:53 am
    Yeah, here’s the thing about that one tjacks7:

    Your starters weren’t very good in the first place. There’s a BIG dropoff from ARod to literally any other QB on the planet. Taylor is an excellent OG. Bakh is a top 3LT. Bulaga is a top 5 RT. Daniels played, but he isn’t right. He’s a top 5 DT. Same with Morgan Burnett. Top 5 SS.

    The ONLY good players you were missing were Cook, Diggs and Bradford. I’ll admit Cook is a big loss. But he’s one player who is not a QB. And face it, Diggs is made of glass. It’s THE reason he dropped on draft day last year in the first place. Bradford is a top 15 QB, when healthy. BUT he literally hasn’t been healthy his whole career – which is why you could get him in the first place.

    The two injury situations are nowhere near the same.

    GB’s super bowl hopes are done without ARod, but man, I hope GB wins the division. Just to watch team purple nation’s heads implode.

    Go. Ravens.

    *******************

    So salty. So very salty. The salt, it is so very.

  38. Seems to be more than the average amount of sniping today. Cheesers must be taking out their QB-less grumpiness by poking sticks at the Vikings.

    The tired old saying probably applies here — if you have 3 QBs, you probably don’t really have 1 starter. As usual, the Vikes need to rely on the D and the offense to do just enough.

    99% of Vikings fans aren’t predicting the NFCN title, let alone a Super Bowl. Expressing happiness with a win over the Pack shouldn’t be interpreted as glee over Rodgers’ being hurt.

    I bet the Pack plays .500 ball while Rodgers is out and that he’s back for the 12/23 Vikes game. The NFCN will still go down to the last couple weeks between the Lions, Pack and Vikes.

    I still think the Vikes have equal or superior personnel to the Pack at virtually every position other than QB and OT (when healthy) — but that QB difference in this league is the difference maker.

  39. Vikings fans last year: we went through 13 offensive lineman, lost starting qb in training camp, lost starting rb. Starting DT out for year, starting safety and starting mlb missed multiple games etc.
    Packersfans last year: INJURIES ARE NO EXCUSE, NEXT MAN UP!

    Vikings in 2017 lose Bradford, Cook, still no Floyd, Diggs hurting. Thats qb 1, rb 1, and wr 1.

    Packers fans 2017 prior to Vikings Packers game: INJURIES ARE NO EXCUSE, NEXT MAN UP.

    Vikings beat packers?

    Zero(IQ)trophies…among others;

    WE ARE MISSING ALL THESE GUYS TO INJURIES! OUR INJURIES ARE WORSE THAN YOURS! OUR PLAYERS ARE BETTER PLAYERS THAN YOURS….

    The hypicrisy of packers fans no know bounds.

    What a pathetic fanbase.

  40. stellarperformance says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:34 am
    In Teddy We Trust says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:09 am
    PPE is a long time Vike fan like I’m a long time Pack fan. Anyway, it isn’t Viking fans who say they’re the favorite to win the NFC North, it’s everybody. Nevertheless, they’re going to have to beat Detroit on Thanksgiving to be considered favorites because they already lost to them at home (remember that 7-point offensive explosion?). The only thing we do know is that the Packers are going to take a dramatic nosedive because they’re a one-man team without the one man.
    ///////////////////////////////

    Get yourself to Vegas and put your money where your mouth is. Otherwise, it’s just talk.
    //////////
    What did he say that isn’t true?

  41. purpleguy says:
    October 20, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    I bet the Pack plays .500 ball while Rodgers is out
    ////////
    I’ll take that bet. Nothing about that team says .500 ball. With their o-line as it is, I’d say 3-7 is a lot more likely the rest of the way. 3.5 wins is definitely your over/under without Rodgers.

  42. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:53 am

    Your starters weren’t very good in the first place. There’s a BIG dropoff from ARod to literally any other QB on the planet. Taylor is an excellent OG. Bakh is a top 3LT. Bulaga is a top 5 RT. Daniels played, but he isn’t right. He’s a top 5 DT. Same with Morgan Burnett. Top 5 SS.
    ___________

    So every starter for the Packers is top 5 at his position and every starter for the Vikings isn’t very good. Fine, but both teams are playing their backups and both teams are 4-2 and the Vikings just beat the Packers. What does that say to you?

    Remember when the Packer fans were crowing about what great depth they had and ripping Viking fans for blaming injuries for their 8-8 record? I miss those days.

  43. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:53 am
    Yeah, here’s the thing about that one tjacks7:

    Your starters weren’t very good in the first place. There’s a BIG dropoff from ARod to literally any other QB on the planet. Taylor is an excellent OG. Bakh is a top 3LT. Bulaga is a top 5 RT. Daniels played, but he isn’t right. He’s a top 5 DT. Same with Morgan Burnett. Top 5 SS.

    GB’s super bowl hopes are done without ARod, but man, I hope GB wins the division. Just to watch team purple nation’s heads implode.
    ///////
    Me thinks somebody ranks his own teams players much too high. But, if that’s somehow the case, then why are you saying GB is done without Rodgers? He’s just one player, and clearly the rest of your offense is top 3-5 at every position in the entire NFL!

  44. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:59 am
    The last time the purples got their wish and Rodgers was injured,
    /////////
    I really have no idea what this has to do with the Ravens…

  45. wafflestomp says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:44 am
    Yes, the Minnesota Barneys, that well balanced, perfectly oiled machine is on another rapid pace to mediocrity.
    And that 8-8 record is right around the corner.
    //////
    I’m guessing you’re talking about the Vikings, although not completely sure. But, we now have you on record as 8-8 for them. Got it. Any predictions for your own team?

  46. cribbage12 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:43 am
    Rodgers going down boosted Vikes fans’ hopes tremendously. It’s obvious in their comments. What does that say about their hopes prior to the injury?
    /////////
    Well, the Vikings are on their 3rd string QB, and were somehow playing for first place last week. I’d say I was “hoping” for a wildcard spot, as the team is pretty solid, but definitely not elite without a starting QB. However, now, if you listen to every sports outlet, they are favored in the division.

    Any other questions?

  47. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:59 am
    The last time the purples got their wish and Rodgers was injured, the Packers still won the division and the Vikings still finished dead last.
    ///////
    I honestly have no idea what this season has to do with any other season, but I’m willing to put down money that the Vikings win more games with their backup QB than the Packers win with their backup QB. What say you?

  48. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:38 am
    The purples seem to think Rodgers’ injury is going to add a bunch of wins to the Vikings. That’s some next-level obsession right there.

    ———————–

    I don’t see how that thought process, no matter how incorrect, is obsession. I do however see how a Packer fan that spends the vast majority of their so called life, living on Viking news threads as next-level obsession.

  49. stellarperformance says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:04 am

    In Teddy We Trust says:
    October 20, 2017 at 10:18 am

    That’s because the Vikings didn’t build a team that is dependent on one quarterback playing at the highest level of any quarterback ever to win games. They built a defense that can win games on its own and a balanced offense with solid talent all around. Obviously, the better the quarterback is, the better the whole team will be, but they don’t need to have Hall of Fame level production from that position to win games.
    //////////////////////////////////////////////

    This is typical of the overconfident and presumptive opinion expressed by many Viking fans and very fairly exposed by Purple People Eaters.
    _________

    I understand that some Viking fans are predicting great things, but what about what I said is overconfident or presumptive? The Vikings are 4-2, so they’ve clearly demonstrated that they’re able to win games, and they don’t have a Hall of Fame quarterback. Why are you so angry?

  50. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:32 am
    Oh, and probowl SS/hybrid ILB/slot CB Morgan Burnett didn’t play either. You know, NBD. But the Vikings earned that win, right team purple???
    /////////
    Hmmmmm……well, maybe the game should have been postponed until all your starters could show up. Did that happen last year for the Vikings? No, it did not. Just stop. The team Vikings dominated the team Packers last week, while no starting QB played (I think Rodgers played a couple series, but he clearly did nothing, so let’s just say he didn’t play at all).

  51. zerotrophiessince1961 says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:24 am
    Rudolph is correct. The Vikings can beat mediocre teams with any of their 3 QBs.

    Of course, they won’t ever beat good teams. And to think, all it took to be TIED for the division lead is their big brother to the East missing their all-world QB,
    ///////
    The Vikings have beat your team 3 out of last 4, without any starting QB or RB.

  52. In Teddy We Trust says:
    October 20, 2017 at 12:17 pm
    So every starter for the Packers is top 5 at his position and every starter for the Vikings isn’t very good. Fine, but both teams are playing their backups and both teams are 4-2 and the Vikings just beat the Packers. What does that say to you?
    /////////////////////////////////////
    It says to me, once again, that Viking fans are overconfident. That’s why their failures are so devastating.

  53. conormacleod says:
    October 20, 2017 at 12:24 pm
    The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 11:59 am
    The last time the purples got their wish and Rodgers was injured, the Packers still won the division and the Vikings still finished dead last.
    ///////
    I honestly have no idea what this season has to do with any other season, but I’m willing to put down money that the Vikings win more games with their backup QB than the Packers win with their backup QB. What say you?
    _________

    That’s not a fair bet because the Vikings have already played five games with their backup quarterback and won three of them.

  54. Satanic Hell Creature says:
    October 20, 2017 at 12:24 pm
    The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:38 am
    The purples seem to think Rodgers’ injury is going to add a bunch of wins to the Vikings. That’s some next-level obsession right there.

    ———————–

    I don’t see how that thought process, no matter how incorrect, is obsession. I do however see how a Packer fan that spends the vast majority of their so called life, living on Viking news threads as next-level obsession.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    When playing, Rodgers makes the Packers great but he doesn’t make the Vikings worse. Thinking Rodgers’ absence will elevate the Vikings vs their other opponents attributes waaaay too much to Rodgers. That’s obsession.

  55. I guess we will see if that is true or not this Sunday. And by the way, sorry but no team has suffered more injuries than the Ravens have the past few years.

  56. conormacleod says:
    October 20, 2017 at 12:28 pm
    The Vikings have beat your team 3 out of last 4, without any starting QB or RB.
    /////////////////////////////////////////////////

    I noticed you didn’t say the Vikings won the division 3 out of 4 years, or absent a division crown, went deep in the postseason 3 out of 4 years.

    All you’re saying is; The Vikings beat the Packers and won their version of the SuperBowl 3 out of 4 years. It’s obviously the most important thing. Packer fans know firsthand the level of nirvana a SuperBowl win provides. When is the last time a Viking fan felt anything close to that? Be honest.

    When beating the Packers. There isn’t anything else.

  57. angrypurplebirds says:
    October 20, 2017 at 12:36 pm
    I guess we will see if that is true or not this Sunday. And by the way, sorry but no team has suffered more injuries than the Ravens have the past few years.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    I don’t know abut the year before but last year, the Bears lost more starts to injury than any other team. The entire argument is ridiculous.

  58. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    October 20, 2017 at 9:38 am
    The purples seem to think Rodgers’ injury is going to add a bunch of wins to the Vikings. That’s some next-level obsession right there.

    ———————–

    I don’t see how that thought process, no matter how incorrect, is obsession. I do however see how a Packer fan that spends the vast majority of their so called life, living on Viking news threads as next-level obsession.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    When playing, Rodgers makes the Packers great but he doesn’t make the Vikings worse. Thinking Rodgers’ absence will elevate the Vikings vs their other opponents attributes waaaay too much to Rodgers. That’s obsession.

    ***

    Again, not sure how you are drawing this conclusion. It doesn’t even make any sense. We somehow think that even though we play Rodgers two times per year, his injury will help us win the other 14 games? What?

  59. Stellar, cabbage, waffle, and zero are really going nuts today. I understand the Packers are their lives and Rodgers is the Packers, but are we going to have to listen to this anger and lashing out until next year?

  60. Wow, this is actually pretty funny because I was thinking about posting about how a Packer fan would inevitably write something along the lines of A.) Rudolph is predicting a Superbowl B.) Vikings won their Superbowl last week or C.) Vikings fans are predicting a Superbowl.

    You never disappoint.
    —————
    Exactly. Saying A, B, or C but especially B must make them feel better about themselves. And the more the Packers lose the more they need to make themselves feel better the more they say these things. Teddy it has not even been a week and they are still going nuts. Since Sunday!

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