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Re: The number 32

Post by Raptorman » Sun Nov 27, 2016 10:52 pm

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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Re: The number 32

Post by PurpleMustReign » Sun Nov 27, 2016 11:55 pm

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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Re: The number 32

Post by PsyDanny » Mon Nov 28, 2016 2:48 pm

PurpleMustReign wrote: 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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Re: The number 32

Post by Raptorman » Mon Nov 28, 2016 6:07 pm

PurpleMustReign wrote: 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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Re: The number 32

Post by Purple Reign » Mon Nov 28, 2016 7:59 pm

Toby Gerhart and Antone Exum are the last 2 Vikings to wear #32.
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Re: The number 32

Post by germannorseman » Tue Nov 29, 2016 9:59 am

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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Re: The number 32

Post by mansquatch » Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:58 pm

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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Re: The number 32

Post by PurpleMustReign » Tue Nov 29, 2016 3:03 pm

mansquatch wrote: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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Re: The number 32

Post by mansquatch » Tue Nov 29, 2016 4:22 pm

Want to Buy

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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