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Here is a list of 2018 free agents. We've discussed QB ad nauseam. Curious to see which of these guy's you would like back.

  1. QB Sam Bradford
  2. QB Case Keenum
  3. QB Teddy Bridgewater
  4. CB Terrance Newman
  5. CB Marcus Sherels
  6. CB Tramaine Brock
  7. DT Tom Johnson
  8. DT Shamar Stephen
  9. G Joe Berger
  10. K Kai Forbath
  11. OLB Emmanuel Lamur
  12. RB Jerick McKinnon
  13. RB Bishop Sankey
  14. WR Michael Floyd


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Resign Case, Teddy, Sherels, Newman, Johnson, and Berger (if the last three don't retire). The others, we can honestly hand out to free agency.


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Resign Case, Teddy, Sherels, Newman, Johnson, and Berger (if the last three don't retire). The others, we can honestly hand out to free agency.
I'd actually sign Forbath but draft the kicker from Georgia as well if he's there in the late rounds. If he isn't, then you still have a decent kicker. Idk if there are any better kickers available through FA this off season?

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Sherels, Stephen, and maybe Lamur. McKinnon would be nice but he'll command too much. Newman is the most interesting one to me on the list. Maybe a coaching opportunity for him? He's a great guy to have in the locker room in some capacity.


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The DT situation should be watched closely. Floyd is all but done at this point. Stephen and Johnson are strong role players, but neither add juice to the DL. Will be very interesting to see what they do there. Maybe see if Miami wants to let Suh go for a championship push.

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Keenum, Bridgewater, Sherels, Forbath and also Stephen if we can get him back for cheap - I liked him as a reserve and he's only in his mid 20s I think, but I wouldn't be particularly sad if we saw him walk.


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Here is a list of 2018 free agents. We've discussed QB ad nauseam. Curious to see which of these guy's you would like back.

  1. QB Sam Bradford
  2. QB Case Keenum
  3. QB Teddy Bridgewater
  4. CB Terrance Newman
  5. CB Marcus Sherels
  6. CB Tramaine Brock
  7. DT Tom Johnson
  8. DT Shamar Stephen
  9. G Joe Berger
  10. K Kai Forbath
  11. OLB Emmanuel Lamur
  12. RB Jerick McKinnon
  13. RB Bishop Sankey
  14. WR Michael Floyd


I'd say Keenum, Newman, Sherels, Johnson, Stephen, Forbath, Lamur and Floyd.

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I'm shocked at how many people want Forbath back


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What if Bradford if completely healthy? I think he might be cheaper than Keenum. he'd be great for this team if he can stay healthy . What was his final diagnosis or is it still a mystery what caused his pain?

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What if Bradford if completely healthy? I think he might be cheaper than Keenum. he'd be great for this team if he can stay healthy . What was his final diagnosis or is it still a mystery what caused his pain?


When has he ever been? Other then when he started playing. Quite a few teams took a chance on him, and he always is hurt. We tried, and failed. Lets someone else try him out now.


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I'm shocked at how many people want Forbath back
Replace him with who?

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I'm shocked at how many people want Forbath back
Replace him with who?

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Exactly. If we draft another we wont know what we are getting (other then that one kid, I forget the school or his name). I wouldnt mind getting a FA if theres one out there. Theres simply no excuse, other then being a head case, to miss that many extra points. I am hope we use all of our good picks on the Oline, and a DT. And I think we will need a CB as well. It doesnt really allow room for a quality kicked.


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I'm shocked at how many people want Forbath back
Replace him with who?

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Exactly. If we draft another we wont know what we are getting (other then that one kid, I forget the school or his name). I wouldnt mind getting a FA if theres one out there. Theres simply no excuse, other then being a head case, to miss that many extra points. I am hope we use all of our good picks on the Oline, and a DT. And I think we will need a CB as well. It doesnt really allow room for a quality kicked.


Really don’t think Forbath is a “head case” whatever that’s suppose to mean. Let’s not forget if it wasn’t for Forbath we would’ve lost to the saints. I think we can do better but I don’t mind him. And what doesn’t allow for room for a kicker? We can draft one in the 5th-7th round easily. Lutz was undrafted and Butker was a 7th round pick. Both were good kickers this year. We aren’t spending all our good picks on OL. Just not realistic. I’m sure we’d spend a couple but that’s it

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What if Bradford if completely healthy? I think he might be cheaper than Keenum. he'd be great for this team if he can stay healthy . What was his final diagnosis or is it still a mystery what caused his pain?


When has he ever been? Other then when he started playing. Quite a few teams took a chance on him, and he always is hurt. We tried, and failed. Lets someone else try him out now.


A year ago? I just don't think getting rid of him is a given. If the staff knows what the problem was, I still see him as an option. I'm leaning towards kirk at the moment since I'm hearing the Vikings is one of the teams he would be interested in playing for but I would be OK with a healthy Bradford for cheaper.

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What if Bradford if completely healthy? I think he might be cheaper than Keenum. he'd be great for this team if he can stay healthy . What was his final diagnosis or is it still a mystery what caused his pain?


When has he ever been? Other then when he started playing. Quite a few teams took a chance on him, and he always is hurt. We tried, and failed. Lets someone else try him out now.


A year ago? I just don't think getting rid of him is a given. If the staff knows what the problem was, I still see him as an option. I'm leaning towards kirk at the moment since I'm hearing the Vikings is one of the teams he would be interested in playing for but I would be OK with a healthy Bradford for cheaper.


I’m not opposed to that either. Everyone says “teddy didn’t get to play with a good OL, WRs and RB”. Well neither did Bradford and Bradford is a better pure QB. If we’re willing to give a guy that hasn’t played in two years and nearly lost his leg a shot I’m not opposed to giving Bradford a shot if the price is right. I’m definitely all for Cousins, then probably Case but Bradford is a close second

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It's going to be a tough choice for them. If they keep Bradford I expect them to draft a QB in a higher round and try to get him ready to play by week 5 or 6 :P

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I’m not opposed to that either. Everyone says “teddy didn’t get to play with a good OL, WRs and RB”. Well neither did Bradford and Bradford is a better pure QB.


The idea that Bridgewater didn't play with a good RB and good receivers has always been an excuse for sub-par performances anyway. The OL was bad but Peterson was an elite RB in 2015, not just a good one and Wallace, Diggs and Wright were a talented enough trio, with Thielen capable of making plays when given opportunities (Patterson too, if he had actually had more opportunities). It still doesn't seem to occur to many people that the significant one year dip in Mike Wallace's career year-to-year production occurred in part because he was playing with an inferior QB rather than holding back a terrific talent ready to explode if only he had a better supporting cast of skill players.

Bridgewater might come back from his injury and turn out to be a great player but the truth is thus far, he's been overhyped, loved by fans for his attitude and sold to the public as a stud-in-waiting. On the field, he's been a slightly better Christian Ponder with a superior defense and a great PR team.

Not that I have a strong opinion about it or anything. ;)

By the way, there's talk about tolling his contract in the news again. If that happened, it might tick hi off but it would change the financial picture for the Vikes at the QB position, at least in 2018.


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I’m not opposed to that either. Everyone says “teddy didn’t get to play with a good OL, WRs and RB”. Well neither did Bradford and Bradford is a better pure QB.


The idea that Bridgewater didn't play with a good RB and good receivers has always been an excuse for sub-par performances anyway. The OL was bad but Peterson was an elite RB in 2015, not just a good one and Wallace, Diggs and Wright were a talented enough trio, with Thielen capable of making plays when given opportunities (Patterson too, if he had actually had more opportunities). It still doesn't seem to occur to many people that the significant one year dip in Mike Wallace's career year-to-year production occurred in part because he was playing with an inferior QB rather than holding back a terrific talent ready to explode if only he had a better supporting cast of skill players.

Bridgewater might come back from his injury and turn out to be a great player but the truth is thus far, he's been overhyped, loved by fans for his attitude and sold to the public as a stud-in-waiting. On the field, he's been a slightly better Christian Ponder with a superior defense and a great PR team.

Not that I have a strong opinion about it or anything. ;)

By the way, there's talk about tolling his contract in the news again. If that happened, it might tick hi off but it would change the financial picture for the Vikes at the QB position, at least in 2018.
Realistically, tolling his contract would probably be the best option for the team, and could be for him as well. There is a very real possibility that no team would sign him at all. It is probably not likely, but certainly possible. He is very high risk right now.

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Bridgewater might come back from his injury and turn out to be a great player but the truth is thus far, he's been overhyped, loved by fans for his attitude and sold to the public as a stud-in-waiting. On the field, he's been a slightly better Christian Ponder with a superior defense and a great PR team.


This couldnt be more accurate. The only thing I disagree with is that I feel like he's a much better QB than Ponder primarily because of his intangibles. Outside of that, I dont understand it. If you go on Vikings.com right now, there is a poll that says who will be the vikings starting QB in 2018: Case, Sam, Teddy or Other. Teddy has over 60% of the votes and is pretty much shattering everyone else. I've never seen a guy get so much love for being so mediocre. No less he hasnt played in 2 years. I love the guy dont get me wrong and I want to see him do well but man, fans scold Case Keenum because he's "Case Keenum" but people think Teddy is the next great QB. Literally makes zero sense. In one year, Case did 10 times what Teddy did in any year so far but Teddy is the one still getting the praise :confused:

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By the way, there's talk about tolling his contract in the news again. If that happened, it might tick hi off but it would change the financial picture for the Vikes at the QB position, at least in 2018.

It would sure be a nice bonus for the Vikings if they were able to keep him for another year at that price. It would probably go to court though. If it happens, it would be interesting to see how they treat the FA QB search. I would assume they would still try to go after the QB they want, and slot TB in as the backup. Of course, if they already think he's their guy (I personally don't know how, but there seems to be lots of hints about how much Zim loves him), it would really free up space for other things this next year. I'm sure the Vikings brass are glad the decision is out of their hands in regards to public perception. Honestly, it seems like his salary SHOULD be tolled, but there must be enough there to fight it.

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This couldnt be more accurate. The only thing I disagree with is that I feel like he's a much better QB than Ponder primarily because of his intangibles. Outside of that, I dont understand it. If you go on Vikings.com right now, there is a poll that says who will be the vikings starting QB in 2018: Case, Sam, Teddy or Other. Teddy has over 60% of the votes and is pretty much shattering everyone else. I've never seen a guy get so much love for being so mediocre.


I haven't either. It's genuinely strange to me.

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No less he hasnt played in 2 years. I love the guy dont get me wrong and I want to see him do well but man, fans scold Case Keenum because he's "Case Keenum" but people think Teddy is the next great QB. Literally makes zero sense. In one year, Case did 10 times what Teddy did in any year so far but Teddy is the one still getting the praise :confused:


It makes no sense to me either. It seems to come from an emotional place rather than a rational one.


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Realistically, tolling his contract would probably be the best option for the team, and could be for him as well. There is a very real possibility that no team would sign him at all. It is probably not likely, but certainly possible. He is very high risk right now.


There's such a need for QB talent around the league that I think he could likely get signed as long as he passed a physical (and possibly showed where he's at in his recovery with a workout). I imagine any team would proceed cautiously though.


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No less he hasnt played in 2 years. I love the guy dont get me wrong and I want to see him do well but man, fans scold Case Keenum because he's "Case Keenum" but people think Teddy is the next great QB. Literally makes zero sense. In one year, Case did 10 times what Teddy did in any year so far but Teddy is the one still getting the praise :confused:


It makes no sense to me either. It seems to come from an emotional place rather than a rational one.

It's strange to me too. Everyone points to his last preseason game as proof he turned the corner. Seriously? It's preseason. I'd love to see him tear up the league, because it would be a great story, and he's a very likeable guy, but I haven't seen anything to make me think that's going to happen consistently. I guess we'll see what the Vikings do! I just hope they don't make a decision that haunts us for several more years.

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It's strange to me too. Everyone points to his last preseason game as proof he turned the corner. Seriously? It's preseason. I'd love to see him tear up the league, because it would be a great story, and he's a very likeable guy, but I haven't seen anything to make me think that's going to happen consistently. I guess we'll see what the Vikings do! I just hope they don't make a decision that haunts us for several more years.


That's my fear as well. If he ends up being a great success story for them, it would be wonderful for everyone involved (including fans) but if they decide to re-commit to him as their starter, I hope they will have a very good backup plan for both the short and long term.

Regarding the tolling: the Vikes seem to be saying it would be up to the league office to determine if the rule applies. If the contract tolls, I'm guessing Bridgewater would file a grievance through the player's union. We'll see what happens but it would be odd if the Vikings found themselves in a legal battle with a player they supposedly adore.


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It seems to come from an emotional place rather than a rational one.


I think you're exactly right

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I think you're exactly right
All I have to say to those fans is be careful what you wish for. I don't understand why you wiuldnt bring back a QB who led you to the conference championship game. I really don't think Keenum will command as much as many seem to think. I think he'd be happy with $15-$18 mill per year.

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Regarding the tolling: the Vikes seem to be saying it would be up to the league office to determine if the rule applies. If the contract tolls, I'm guessing Bridgewater would file a grievance through the player's union. We'll see what happens but it would be odd if the Vikings found themselves in a legal battle with a player they supposedly adore.



I'm guessing his popularity would take a quick hit! Who knows, maybe not. Maybe he's just THAT lovable.


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Regarding the tolling: the Vikes seem to be saying it would be up to the league office to determine if the rule applies. If the contract tolls, I'm guessing Bridgewater would file a grievance through the player's union. We'll see what happens but it would be odd if the Vikings found themselves in a legal battle with a player they supposedly adore.



I'm guessing his popularity would take a quick hit! Who knows, maybe not. Maybe he's just THAT lovable.



Well, his name IS Teddy...
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I'm shocked at how many people want Forbath back
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Preferably someone with a leg who can make PAT's. I mean look at Harrison Butker, Chiefs picked him off the practice squad after Santos went down. Guy was perfect in PATs and over 90% in FG's. Forbath has only made 78% and 81% of his PAT's in the last two years. That has to be last or close to last in the NFL. Not to mention his range is barely beyond 50 so anything past that and we're punting.

The kid from Georgia isn't the only good kicker in the country. I'd rather spend a 6th/7th on a guy I'm certain will contribute than a flier. It makes absolutely no sense to settle for mediocre, which is basically what Forbath is.


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I’m not opposed to that either. Everyone says “teddy didn’t get to play with a good OL, WRs and RB”. Well neither did Bradford and Bradford is a better pure QB. If we’re willing to give a guy that hasn’t played in two years and nearly lost his leg a shot I’m not opposed to giving Bradford a shot if the price is right. I’m definitely all for Cousins, then probably Case but Bradford is a close second


I'd be fine with Teddy IF he's mentally and physically 100%. He's currently not my first choice but I still think he could lead this team far (again, if he's healthy). The thing I really like about Teddy is how he turns into a playmaker when things go bad. He also takes care of the ball which is something I believe Zimmer appreciates.

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