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I figure we need five wins to win the division this year.

Detroit has lost four as of today

Green Bay has lost three with the last two straight losses

Bears would basically have to win out or
have everyone else tank, at this point.

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I expect the Lions to beat the Packers next Monday. I just don't see Hundley going toe to toe with Stafford.

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Most of us having saying for years the Packers
are nothing without Rodgers, looks like we will
find out over the next few months.

So far, it sure looks that way. Seeing their
back up celebrate the run touchdown when
he barely threw the ball all day, priceless.

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Most of us having saying for years the Packers
are nothing without Rodgers, looks like we will
find out over the next few months.

So far, it sure looks that way. Seeing their
back up celebrate the run touchdown when
he barely threw the ball all day, priceless.

I said this in a post over on NFL Talk.

Mike McCarthy has coached exactly 8 games out of 184 without a first ballot Hall-of-Famer as his starting quarterback. His record in those games is 2-5-1.

That should not inspire confidence in the Packers. Yet Sports Illustrated still ranks them ahead of the Vikings.

I want the Packers to finish 4-12. Not gonna lie about it. Mike McCarthy has ridden the coattails of Favre and Rodgers his entire career. He's the most overrated coach in the NFL, and I'm looking forward to his epic failure in 2017.

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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
jackal wrote:
Most of us having saying for years the Packers
are nothing without Rodgers, looks like we will
find out over the next few months.

So far, it sure looks that way. Seeing their
back up celebrate the run touchdown when
he barely threw the ball all day, priceless.

I said this in a post over on NFL Talk.

Mike McCarthy has coached exactly 8 games out of 184 without a first ballot Hall-of-Famer as his starting quarterback. His record in those games is 2-5-1.

That should not inspire confidence in the Packers. Yet Sports Illustrated still ranks them ahead of the Vikings.

I want the Packers to finish 4-12. Not gonna lie about it. Mike McCarthy has ridden the coattails of Favre and Rodgers his entire career. He's the most overrated coach in the NFL, and I'm looking forward to his epic failure in 2017.


Don't want to nit-pick but it's 11 games and he is 3-7-1 in those games.

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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
jackal wrote:
Most of us having saying for years the Packers
are nothing without Rodgers, looks like we will
find out over the next few months.

So far, it sure looks that way. Seeing their
back up celebrate the run touchdown when
he barely threw the ball all day, priceless.

I said this in a post over on NFL Talk.

Mike McCarthy has coached exactly 8 games out of 184 without a first ballot Hall-of-Famer as his starting quarterback. His record in those games is 2-5-1.

That should not inspire confidence in the Packers. Yet Sports Illustrated still ranks them ahead of the Vikings.

I want the Packers to finish 4-12. Not gonna lie about it. Mike McCarthy has ridden the coattails of Favre and Rodgers his entire career. He's the most overrated coach in the NFL, and I'm looking forward to his epic failure in 2017.
Yeah....no. I want them to go 8-8. 4-12 opens the door for them to fall backwards into another hall-of-famer.


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Yeah....no. I want them to go 8-8. 4-12 opens the door for them to fall backwards into another hall-of-famer.

You're probably right. Sam Darnold would fall into their laps, and he'd sit for four years before starting his HOF career.

But I'd still rather see them lose out.

Every year, there are two things you can pretty much bet your house on.

1. Peter King will predict Packers vs. Steelers in the Super Bowl, even though it's never happened.
2. The Packers will make the playoffs and come up short.

With McCarthy, they make the playoffs virtually every year, then lose. The only time they've won more than 1 playoff game under McCarthy was during Rodgers' Super Bowl season.

So I'm willing to risk them getting a high draft pick just to see McCarthy piss and moan on the sidelines. And y'know, Rodgers was drafted at No. 24, so they don't need a high draft pick to fall into a barrel of dumb luck.

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GB and PIT did play in a super bowl once.

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GB and PIT did play in a super bowl once.

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You need to stop this! (Where is the "headslap" emoji?)

Crap. I'm wrong. I own that one.

I still hate the Packers, Mike McCarthy, and Peter King's annual Steelers vs. Packers prediction.

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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
I said this in a post over on NFL Talk.

Mike McCarthy has coached exactly 8 games out of 184 without a first ballot Hall-of-Famer as his starting quarterback. His record in those games is 2-5-1.

That should not inspire confidence in the Packers. Yet Sports Illustrated still ranks them ahead of the Vikings.

I want the Packers to finish 4-12. Not gonna lie about it. Mike McCarthy has ridden the coattails of Favre and Rodgers his entire career. He's the most overrated coach in the NFL, and I'm looking forward to his epic failure in 2017.

In some ways I want the Packers to go 4-12. The unfortunate thing about that happening would be that they might fire McCarthy and put someone competent in there. So let's hear it for 7-9, and the Packers fans talking about how they would have won it all if not for Anthony Barr, and them not actually doing anything to improve the team.


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I want the Packers to lose every single game they play, as long as it doesnt hurt our playoff chances.


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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
PurpleMustReign wrote:
GB and PIT did play in a super bowl once.

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You need to stop this! (Where is the "headslap" emoji?)

Crap. I'm wrong. I own that one.

I still hate the Packers, Mike McCarthy, and Peter King's annual Steelers vs. Packers prediction.
I'm really good looking too.

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A division win would be GREAT! Don't expect a deep, playoff run though.

If you can't enjoy individual wins...you will suffer as a fan...

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Sorry that exchange made me laugh

When was our last Super Bowl 76 ? Or
something ?

Geez that was like forty years ago ...
I was like 8 years old or something

God I hope we manage to get one in
the next few years. Its getting hard to
even have a little hope anymore.

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Sorry that exchange made me laugh

When was our last Super Bowl 76 ? Or
something ?

Geez that was like forty years ago ...
I was like 8 years old or something

God I hope we manage to get one in
the next few years. Its getting hard to
even have a little hope anymore.

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Sorry that exchange made me laugh

When was our last Super Bowl 76 ? Or
something ?


Geez that was like forty years ago ...
I was like 8 years old or something

God I hope we manage to get one in
the next few years. Its getting hard to
even have a little hope anymore.

OK, NOW you're into a question that I'm pretty much an expert on.

Yes, 40 years ago. January 11, 1977. The Raiders killed us, 32-14.

My dad, who hated the Vikings with a passion (but ironically is the reason I'm a Vikings fan) busted my chops the entire game. My older half-brother, who had no dog in the show but simply wanted to torment me, joined him. They were absolutely insufferable. They called Fran Tarkenton "Francis the Prancing Fairy" and a bunch of other derogatory names, laughing mightily at every Vikings miscue. It was just a merciless beatdown, both on the field and in my living room. I was 16 and didn't handle it very well. When the game was over, I stomped off to my room, yelling at my dad, "You're such an a$$hole! I wish you were dead!"

It was the last thing I ever said to him. He died of a heart attack 6 hours later. It was the worst day of my life.

I need the Vikings to win the Super Bowl before I die to exorcise the demons.

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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
jackal wrote:
Sorry that exchange made me laugh

When was our last Super Bowl 76 ? Or
something ?


Geez that was like forty years ago ...
I was like 8 years old or something

God I hope we manage to get one in
the next few years. Its getting hard to
even have a little hope anymore.

OK, NOW you're into a question that I'm pretty much an expert on.

Yes, 40 years ago. January 11, 1977. The Raiders killed us, 32-14.

My dad, who hated the Vikings with a passion (but ironically is the reason I'm a Vikings fan) busted my chops the entire game. My older half-brother, who had no dog in the show but simply wanted to torment me, joined him. They were absolutely insufferable. They called Fran Tarkenton "Francis the Prancing Fairy" and a bunch of other derogatory names, laughing mightily at every Vikings miscue. It was just a merciless beatdown, both on the field and in my living room. I was 16 and didn't handle it very well. When the game was over, I stomped off to my room, yelling at my dad, "You're such an a$$hole! I wish you were dead!"

It was the last thing I ever said to him. He died of a heart attack 6 hours later. It was the worst day of my life.

I need the Vikings to win the Super Bowl before I die to exorcise the demons.
Damn man, I'm sorry! That stinks.

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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
jackal wrote:
Sorry that exchange made me laugh

When was our last Super Bowl 76 ? Or
something ?


Geez that was like forty years ago ...
I was like 8 years old or something

God I hope we manage to get one in
the next few years. Its getting hard to
even have a little hope anymore.

OK, NOW you're into a question that I'm pretty much an expert on.

Yes, 40 years ago. January 11, 1977. The Raiders killed us, 32-14.

My dad, who hated the Vikings with a passion (but ironically is the reason I'm a Vikings fan) busted my chops the entire game. My older half-brother, who had no dog in the show but simply wanted to torment me, joined him. They were absolutely insufferable. They called Fran Tarkenton "Francis the Prancing Fairy" and a bunch of other derogatory names, laughing mightily at every Vikings miscue. It was just a merciless beatdown, both on the field and in my living room. I was 16 and didn't handle it very well. When the game was over, I stomped off to my room, yelling at my dad, "You're such an a$$hole! I wish you were dead!"

It was the last thing I ever said to him. He died of a heart attack 6 hours later. It was the worst day of my life.

I need the Vikings to win the Super Bowl before I die to exorcise the demons.


Wow. So sorry to hear this.

How awesome would it be for them to be the 1st team to win in their own stadium? It's hard, really hard, at times to be a fan of this team but hey if the Cubs can do it...


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J. Kapp 11 wrote:
jackal wrote:
Sorry that exchange made me laugh

When was our last Super Bowl 76 ? Or
something ?


Geez that was like forty years ago ...
I was like 8 years old or something

God I hope we manage to get one in
the next few years. Its getting hard to
even have a little hope anymore.

OK, NOW you're into a question that I'm pretty much an expert on.

Yes, 40 years ago. January 11, 1977. The Raiders killed us, 32-14.

My dad, who hated the Vikings with a passion (but ironically is the reason I'm a Vikings fan) busted my chops the entire game. My older half-brother, who had no dog in the show but simply wanted to torment me, joined him. They were absolutely insufferable. They called Fran Tarkenton "Francis the Prancing Fairy" and a bunch of other derogatory names, laughing mightily at every Vikings miscue. It was just a merciless beatdown, both on the field and in my living room. I was 16 and didn't handle it very well. When the game was over, I stomped off to my room, yelling at my dad, "You're such an a$$hole! I wish you were dead!"

It was the last thing I ever said to him. He died of a heart attack 6 hours later. It was the worst day of my life.

I need the Vikings to win the Super Bowl before I die to exorcise the demons.


Wow. That's rough man. The Vikings are going to get there. For the first time in a long time, I feel they have the right coach to get the team there. It's just a matter of timing and some luck.

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Thanks guys. It's all good. Took awhile to figure out that I didn't kill my dad, but it's all right. It was a long time ago, and he smoked 4 packs a day. He was a heart attack waiting to happen. And you know what? The last thing I said to him just as easily could have been, "Pass the potatoes." It was just bad timing.

I can say, however, that everything I am as a Vikings fan goes back to that day. I was a huge fan before that. I'm pretty much a zealot since. I don't care how it happens, I just want our team to hoist the trophy. When players say, "This is for the fans," it's so true. Every one of you who lives and dies for the Purple deserves to be able to say, "We're World Champions" at least once in your lifetime.

And I agree -- if any coach since Bud Grant has the goods to get it done, it's Mike Zimmer.

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Thanks guys. It's all good. Took awhile to figure out that I didn't kill my dad, but it's all right. It was a long time ago, and he smoked 4 packs a day. He was a heart attack waiting to happen. And you know what? The last thing I said to him just as easily could have been, "Pass the potatoes." It was just bad timing.

I can say, however, that everything I am as a Vikings fan goes back to that day. I was a huge fan before that. I'm pretty much a zealot since. I don't care how it happens, I just want our team to hoist the trophy. When players say, "This is for the fans," it's so true. Every one of you who lives and dies for the Purple deserves to be able to say, "We're World Champions" at least once in your lifetime.

And I agree -- if any coach since Bud Grant has the goods to get it done, it's Mike Zimmer.

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SKOL brother. Well said.

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Thanks guys. It's all good. Took awhile to figure out that I didn't kill my dad, but it's all right. It was a long time ago, and he smoked 4 packs a day. He was a heart attack waiting to happen. And you know what? The last thing I said to him just as easily could have been, "Pass the potatoes." It was just bad timing.

I can say, however, that everything I am as a Vikings fan goes back to that day. I was a huge fan before that. I'm pretty much a zealot since. I don't care how it happens, I just want our team to hoist the trophy. When players say, "This is for the fans," it's so true. Every one of you who lives and dies for the Purple deserves to be able to say, "We're World Champions" at least once in your lifetime.

And I agree -- if any coach since Bud Grant has the goods to get it done, it's Mike Zimmer.

SKOL!


Wow man that's awful. My father started smoking at 18. I begged him to quit when he was 49. He is now 57 and has been cigarette free for 8 years. But there is a history of heart attacks on his side so it scares the crap out of me every day

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I remember that day. I was 19. The day started out well. I drove over to the L&K restaurant where I used to work as a short order cook and my 16 year old brother (who started after I quit) cooked me an awesome omelet with a Viking "V" of melted cheese on top. I lived in Ohio then and the Super Bowl came on earlier back then. Pre game at 2:30 and the game at 3:30. I know that because I saved the Akron Beacon Journal Super Bowl insert like I did for the Miami and Pittsburgh Super Bowls.

There weren't video recorders back then or at least we didn't have one. I might have tape recorded the game using my memorex cassettes. I had done that before, hoping to have something for posterity. I still remember Brent McClanahan's fumble at the goal line after we had blocked Ray Guy's punt. I guess I've always felt we were cursed after that.
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Can you believe a Super Bowl pregame that lasted only one hour. Haha.


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I remember that day. I was 19. The day started out well. I drove over to the L&K restaurant where I used to work as a short order cook and my 16 year old brother (who started after I quit) cooked me an awesome omelet with a Viking "V" of melted cheese on top. I lived in Ohio then and the Super Bowl came on earlier back then. Pre game at 2:30 and the game at 3:30. I know that because I saved the Akron Beacon Journal Super Bowl insert like I did for the Miami and Pittsburgh Super Bowls.

There weren't video recorders back then or at least we didn't have one. I might have tape recorded the game using my memorex cassettes. I had done that before, hoping to have something for posterity. I still remember Brent McClanahan's fumble at the goal line after we had blocked Ray Guy's punt. I guess I've always felt we were cursed after that.
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Yeah, that fumble was like air being let out of the balloon. Ray Guy had never had a punt blocked in his life, and we blocked it. Why we didn't give the ball to Chuck Foreman has always escaped me (although he was sort of a fumble machine himself, but the guy scored a buttload of touchdowns).

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Dam 4 packs a day..

We car pooled with a guy who smoked like
that to school as kids. He smoked Paul Malls
But had a car I liked, Mercury Cougar..

Yeah my dad is like that too, he gave me
crap for being a Vikings fan for years but
he couldn’t get me to stop.

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Just looked at the Lions ROS schedule. Other than us, they have a legit chance to run the table. They'll be in it until the end.

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Right now we just have to play good ball.
If we handle business and beat teams the lions
can’t catch us. The lions up to the Packers
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Just looked at the Lions ROS schedule. Other than us, they have a legit chance to run the table. They'll be in it until the end.



They definitely could. That Thanksgiving game is going to be huge.

I want to enjoy the season and watch the Vikings win the division out right. I would hate to win on the division on a technicality and especially this year when no one considers our team a good team (just a team who got 'lucky' Aaron Rodgers is out. What a shame for football fans right? :roll: )

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Just looked at the Lions ROS schedule. Other than us, they have a legit chance to run the table. They'll be in it until the end.


Wow yeah their upcoming schedule is a cake walk outside of us. Ugh I dont like the sounds of this already :wallbang:

Lions schedule:

vs. Cleveland
@ Chicago
vs. Minnesota
@ Baltimore
@ Tampa Bay
vs. Chicago
@ Cincy
vs. GB


Vikings schedule:

@ Washington
vs. LA Rams
@ Detroit
@ Atlanta
@ Carolina
vs. Cincy
@ GB
vs. Chicago

I dont know why but this makes me very nervous

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