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Yep we are ranked dead last in offense in the league folks. Highlights include:

O-line.....(yeah we all know)
Game changing penalties......(one thing we are consistent with)
Running game.....(there is none, oh wait.... yes up the middle for a yard)
Play Calling.....(Vikes Staple is passing short of 1st down, afraid to throw downfield. I know everyone will say Sam don't have time)
Receivers.....(there is talent but were still ranked 22nd in passing)
QB-......(Sam "Statue of Liberty in quicksand" Check down Charlie Bradford) That is all you need to know about this guy.

Chilly is laughing his a$$ off right now at this kick a$$ offense.

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The ingratitude in regards to Bradford is crazy.

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I'll say it again, let me take 5 linemen and Dez Bryant away from Dallas and I bet they're right next to us.


Thu Nov 24, 2016 4:03 pm
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How in the hell did this team get to a 5-0 start is beyond me. Oh yeah it was special teams and defense. sigh

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How in the hell did this team get to a 5-0 start is beyond me. Oh yeah it was special teams and defense. sigh


The interior of the OL was pass protecting better than they have in about 3-4 years during that span too. Unfortunately we weren't able to take advantage of that for certain reasons that would've helped protect our tackles. Now we've revamped the whole offense mid season. There was another option, which I suspect had its advocates on the coaching staff, but its water under the bridge now. All these pieces are related, and collectively they are a death sentence.


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I'll say it again, let me take 5 linemen and Dez Bryant away from Dallas and I bet they're right next to us.


No just remove Elliot and they're right below us


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I'll say it again, let me take 5 linemen and Dez Bryant away from Dallas and I bet they're right next to us.


Well thats obvious. The line on Dallas is what runs that team.


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Here I was being optimistic before coming into this thread thinking it's trivia of all former Vikings that wore #32. Sadly, I couldn't even think of any. :(


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PacificNorseWest wrote:
Here I was being optimistic before coming into this thread thinking it's trivia of all former Vikings that wore #32. Sadly, I couldn't even think of any. :(



Edit:

I looked at the all-time numerical roster and I really recognize only two of the names and neither were a Viking for long.


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PacificNorseWest wrote:
Here I was being optimistic before coming into this thread thinking it's trivia of all former Vikings that wore #32. Sadly, I couldn't even think of any. :(



Edit:

I looked at the all-time numerical roster and I really recognize only two of the names and neither were a Viking for long.

Onterrio Smith?

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PurpleMustReign wrote:
PacificNorseWest wrote:
PacificNorseWest wrote:
Here I was being optimistic before coming into this thread thinking it's trivia of all former Vikings that wore #32. Sadly, I couldn't even think of any. :(



Edit:

I looked at the all-time numerical roster and I really recognize only two of the names and neither were a Viking for long.

Onterrio Smith?

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That was one of them...


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PurpleMustReign wrote:
PacificNorseWest wrote:
PacificNorseWest wrote:
Here I was being optimistic before coming into this thread thinking it's trivia of all former Vikings that wore #32. Sadly, I couldn't even think of any. :(



Edit:

I looked at the all-time numerical roster and I really recognize only two of the names and neither were a Viking for long.

Onterrio Smith?

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Bongterrio was the only name that came to me.


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Amp Lee and Onterrio Smith were the only names I knew...I didn't distinguish them from #32 alone though.


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purplehaze wrote:
Yep we are ranked dead last in offense in the league folks.

Looking at ESPN I see

Yards 29th
yards/game 32nd (thanks to...drumroll...)
rushing yards 31st (believe it or not?)
Rushing/game 32 (ta-daaa!)
passing yards 20th
pass/game 24th
points 21 (tie) (if not for Walsh we'd easily be as high as 19th
points/game 26th


We are fairly awful on offense, but we're only last in 2 important categories. We are worse than last year in many categories, and I didn't think that was possible. :puke:

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PacificNorseWest wrote:
Amp Lee and Onterrio Smith were the only names I knew...I didn't distinguish them from #32 alone though.

I remembered Tony Galbreath and Chuck Muncie.
I think Galbreath had some good years with the Saints....Muncie was a stud for the Chargers.
I remember Amp was 32 but only after seeing the list.
Onterrio i did remember. Hard to forget that dude lol
I thought he was gonna be a good one too.


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Not a number to pick if you want to stay with the Vikings.

#32 Players Years
Raymond Hayes 1961
Bill McWatters 1964
Oscar Reed 1968-74
Jimmy Edwards 1979
Tony Galbreath 1981-83
David Nelson 1984
Chuck Muncie 1985
Steve Harris 1987
Tony Truelove 1987
Darryl Harris 1988
Rick Bayless 1989
Tripp Welborne 1992
Shawn Jones 1993
Amp Lee 1994-96
Robert Green 1997
Tony Darden 1998
Anthony Bass 1999
Onterrio Smith 2003-04

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Raptorman wrote:
Not a number to pick if you want to stay with the Vikings.

#32 Players Years
Raymond Hayes 1961
Bill McWatters 1964
Oscar Reed 1968-74
Jimmy Edwards 1979
Tony Galbreath 1981-83
David Nelson 1984
Chuck Muncie 1985
Steve Harris 1987
Tony Truelove 1987
Darryl Harris 1988
Rick Bayless 1989
Tripp Welborne 1992
Shawn Jones 1993
Amp Lee 1994-96
Robert Green 1997
Tony Darden 1998
Anthony Bass 1999
Onterrio Smith 2003-04


I can't believe no one has used that number since 2004.

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PurpleMustReign wrote:
Raptorman wrote:
Not a number to pick if you want to stay with the Vikings.

#32 Players Years
Raymond Hayes 1961
Bill McWatters 1964
Oscar Reed 1968-74
Jimmy Edwards 1979
Tony Galbreath 1981-83
David Nelson 1984
Chuck Muncie 1985
Steve Harris 1987
Tony Truelove 1987
Darryl Harris 1988
Rick Bayless 1989
Tripp Welborne 1992
Shawn Jones 1993
Amp Lee 1994-96
Robert Green 1997
Tony Darden 1998
Anthony Bass 1999
Onterrio Smith 2003-04


I can't believe no one has used that number since 2004.


Bong juice takes a lot of washing to get out.

At least this what I have been told. :roll:

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PurpleMustReign wrote:
Raptorman wrote:
Not a number to pick if you want to stay with the Vikings.

#32 Players Years
Raymond Hayes 1961
Bill McWatters 1964
Oscar Reed 1968-74
Jimmy Edwards 1979
Tony Galbreath 1981-83
David Nelson 1984
Chuck Muncie 1985
Steve Harris 1987
Tony Truelove 1987
Darryl Harris 1988
Rick Bayless 1989
Tripp Welborne 1992
Shawn Jones 1993
Amp Lee 1994-96
Robert Green 1997
Tony Darden 1998
Anthony Bass 1999
Onterrio Smith 2003-04


I can't believe no one has used that number since 2004.

Don't think the list has been updated for a while because Favre was not on it. So there may be more that have used it.

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Toby Gerhart and Antone Exum are the last 2 Vikings to wear #32.


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Good ole Oscar Reed the "seed". I really liked him. He was a decent back when he played and had some good games for us.

And yes I am,going to blame the line on our bad offense. We saw a couple of games where Bradford had some decent time to throw and he did well. I can't blame the guy,for checking down when it The game plan and the fact he,doesnt want to die.

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WTB starting tackles that don't get hurt every season and a healthy dose of confidence juice.

At least McKinnie played whole seasons without getting injured. The last few years it has felt like Kalil and Loadholt would start out training camp with a paper-rock-scissors game to see who would be on IR by week 8 that season.

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WTB starting tackles that don't get hurt every season and a healthy dose of confidence juice.

At least McKinnie played whole seasons without getting injured. The last few years it has felt like Kalil and Loadholt would start out training camp with a paper-rock-scissors game to see who would be on IR by week 8 that season.

What is WTB?

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in this case I would also beg. I think they could just put up an unyielding construction cone and it would probably provide about as much time to throw as Clemmings.

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