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Re: (VikingVR6GTI)

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......unless of course, they are playing at Lambeau in the playoffs. Undefeated against Green Bay in the playoffs.




As a famous sitcom actor used to proclaim often : WHAT CHU TALKIN 'BOUT, WILLIS ?
<it never happened, it never happened, it never happened>
The Minister of Defense shed a tear that day......
 

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How do you keep a Minnesota Viking out of your yard?
~ Put up goal posts.~
What do Billy Graham and the Minnesota Vikings have in common?
~They both can make 60,000 people stand up and yell : "Jesus Christ!"~
Where do you go in Minneapolis in case of a tornado?
~To the Metrodome...they never get a touchdown there.~
hat do you call a Minnesota Viking with a Super bowl ring?
~A thief.~
Why was Viking's coach Mike Tice upset when the Vikings playbook was
stolen?
~Because he hadn't finished coloring it yet.~
What's the difference between Randy Moss and a dollar bill?
~You can still get four quarters out of a dollar.~
How many Minnesota Vikings does it take to win a Super Bowl?
~Nobody knows and we may never find out!~
What do you call 47 people sitting around a TV watching the Super
Bowl?
~The Minnesota Vikings.~
What do both the Minnesota Vikings and 'possums have in common?
~Both play dead at home and get killed on the road.~


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Re: (Remmy Dot)

Meh, they got 4 quarters out of him at Lambeau in the playoffs. (the only game that REALLY mattered in the Vikes vs the Pack this year)
 

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ahhh, good ol' packer fans

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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6882535/
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Green Bay Packers fans have taken a bold step to express their dislike for controversial Minnesota Vikings receiver Randy Moss.
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According to the Wisconsin State Journal, anonymous Packers fans have purchased four billboards to ridicule Moss.
The first one reads: "Squirting an Official With a Water Bottle $25,000."
The second one: "Ramming a Meter Maid $1,200 And Probation."
The third: "Mooning Pack Fans $10,000."
The fourth: "Zero Rings for Randy Moss. PRICELESS."
Moss pretended to moon fans at Lambeau Field after scoring a touchdown during the Vikings upset victory during the opening round of the NFC playoffs.
The league fined Moss $10,000 for the incident.
A defiant Moss said he would pay in "straight cash" and even threatened an act of greater vulgarity if the opportunity presented itself.
Moss has yet to play in a Super Bowl, let alone win one, something that is pointed out in billboard No. 4, while the others are reminders of past transgressions.
 

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Re: (Ntrikit)

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Did you hear they had to re-sod the turf at Lambert Field after the playoffs?
They had too much Moss in the endzones.

lol that was pretty corny
 

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Although Daunte Culpepper can hardly imagine the Vikings' offense without Randy Moss, the Pro Bowl quarterback knows he might have thrown his last pass to his favorite target.

Moss' future in Minnesota is in doubt after the least impressive season in his seven-year career. After years of ignoring the receiver's eccentricities and excusing his misbehaviors, the Vikings seem to be fed up with Moss, and even Culpepper understands.
"He's my good friend, but you almost get to thinking that maybe enough is enough," Culpepper said after Wednesday's practice for his third Pro Bowl appearance in five seasons. "And maybe the Vikings organization has had enough."
Moss, meanwhile -- in an interview slated for broadcast on KFAN Radio on Thursday -- suggested that he would prefer to stay with the Vikings.
"If I get traded from here ... I'm gonna probably be a little sore, a little mad, but not at the organization -- probably just because I'm leaving here, and [losing] the love that I've developed here of growing to love the game and Minnesota," he told the station.
Moss caught just 49 passes for 767 yards this season, though he still scored 13 touchdowns. A hamstring injury limited him for much of the year.
Moss infuriated his teammates and coaches by walking off the field when the Vikings attempted an onside kick with 2 seconds left in the regular season finale at Washington.
And though he played with a sprained ankle in the postseason, he drew more ire -- and a $10,000 fine from the NFL -- for pretending to moon Green Bay fans after scoring the final touchdown in Minnesota's playoff victory at Lambeau Field.
Moss was left off the NFC's Pro Bowl roster for just the second time in his career, and Culpepper hasn't spoken to him since Minnesota's season ended with a 27-14 playoff loss to Philadelphia last month.
"It's not my decision, what happens with Randy," Culpepper said. "The Vikings organization makes that decision, and whatever they do, that's what's going to happen. I wouldn't be surprised, no matter what happens."
Many league observers believe the Vikings will attempt to trade Moss, if they haven't tried already this offseason -- though his hefty contract and extensive collection of baggage could make it difficult. So far, team officials have denied the widespread rumors about ongoing trade talks regarding Moss, saying the team hasn't completed its offseason personnel meetings.
Vikings center Matt Birk, who will play in his fourth Pro Bowl in seven seasons, said the club sometimes must "take the good with the bad" when Moss is involved.
It's difficult to say what a trade might bring to Minnesota. When the San Francisco 49ers traded Terrell Owens last winter, they got a second-round pick from Baltimore -- but when that deal was invalidated by the league, they got only defensive lineman Brandon Whiting from Philadelphia.
Owens was still under contract to San Francisco only because of a paperwork mistake that prevented him from becoming a free agent, while Moss is in the middle of a lucrative long-term contract. The Vikings almost certainly would need a solid veteran and a high draft pick to be persuaded to give up one of the NFL's best playmakers.
Culpepper and Moss have been together throughout the quarterback's career, but Culpepper has been frustrated by Moss' unique style. Culpepper even has been seen yelling at the receiver occasionally.
Still, Moss' abilities are a big reason why Culpepper has become a star in the Vikings' powerful offense. Culpepper set franchise records with 4,717 yards passing and 39 touchdowns while completing 69.2 percent of his throws.
"We had a great year, and nothing about Randy's situation should take away from that," Culpepper said. "I was blessed. It just shows that hard work pays off."
And that's why Culpepper is ambivalent about Moss' possible departure. He believes Minnesota should keep together as much of that offense as possible, reserving its biggest changes for the defense.
"There are a lot of things we can do to improve on defense, and some of that you might be able to do with a trade," Culpepper said. "We've also got a lot of guys who can get the job done if we just play together. That's the most important thing: all of us playing together as a team."
 

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"There are a lot of things we can do to improve on defense, and some of that you might be able to do with a trade," Culpepper said.

See ya Randy. MN's problems aren't on the O side, it's the D. While losing a WR as talented as Randy will make culpepper's stats more human, they'll still be able to score nearly as well and stretch defenses. They could pick up 2 decent vets and maybe a high draft pick on the defensive side in exchange for him. I'd pull the trigger on that deal (and, speaking now as a hater, hope he gets traded to a team like cleveland so we'll never hear form him again).
 

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Don't hold your breath waiting for the Moss trade. If Reggie Fowler buys the team, Randy stays. Look for the Fowler deal to be completed this week.
 

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Don't hold your breath waiting for the Moss trade. If Reggie Fowler buys the team, Randy stays. Look for the Fowler deal to be completed this week.

I hope so.
This'll end the talk of Moss going to the Jets http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Don't hold your breath waiting for the Moss trade. If Reggie Fowler buys the team, Randy stays. Look for the Fowler deal to be completed this week.


What better time to retrieve this from page 2 ?
 

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Re: (Mr King)

Nothing is official yet but it is sweet trade http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
Moss is gonna look funny in any other color than purple. (even though every player in purple looks funny
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GO PACK GO!!!!!!!
 

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mr king,
You are a right ba$tard.......
for bumping this thread.
 

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mr king,
You are a right ba$tard.......
for bumping this thread.


Guilty as charged.
 

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Re: (J.B Dangerous)

Where are all those Detroit fans, they have sole possession of first

NFC North is going to be a great division this year

Battle of the worsts
 
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