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 Shurmur takes different view of offense than Norv Turner 
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Post Re: Shurmur takes different view of offense than Norv Turner
Mothman wrote:
Following up on Craig's post above (and some of the other comments about Shurmur's OC debut in this thread):

http://vikingsterritory.com/2016/opinio ... s-football

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Paul Allen @PAOnTheMic
#Vikings offense:
Treadwell catch.
Ellison sweep.
Linval up back in I.
2 sacks (1 on Sam imo)
Quick rhythm.
Things on which to build.#Faith https://twitter.com/Huckstar12/status/7 ... 4957246465
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I would be worried about Linval getting hurt if they line him up again in the backfield.


Tue Nov 08, 2016 8:40 am
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Post Re: Shurmur takes different view of offense than Norv Turner
PurpleMustReign wrote:
Mothman wrote:
chicagopurple wrote:
heh....Mothman is relentless......


I'm just interested in discussing what actually happens in the games. I know I prefer to come away with a clear idea of what happened when that's possible. I don't mind admitting I'm wrong either. For example, when discussing Walsh's blocked FG yesterday, I said it looked to me like he hit it accurately. Others thought he shanked it. I couldn't tell that on the replay I saw then but I was able to see a better view of the kick today and I think those who said it came off his foot on a bad trajectory were probably correct. In other words, I was wrong.


It was a terrible kick. The f'ing DE could have blocked it. It probably actually helped Walsh that it was blocked. Can you imagine if he had missed it outright?



Sadly that would have been ideal because it would have given the Lions poorer field position.


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