And whats with the line
It started NO -9 with AP in the lineup and has only gone up 1 to 1.5 pts. since this monster is not playing.
AP is worth a F. of a lot more than a pt. or 2 to this OFF. challenged team.
[Quote: Originally Posted by IggyPelman] I don't know which is worse, no Adrian Peterson or Matt Cassel's decision-making and accuracy. Tony Bridgewater anyone?. 10 points is a lot but this game is in New Orleans and I don't see Drew Brees doing any worse than Tom Brady did last Sunday. In fact, I see him doing even better, perhaps even laying down a 40-burger. I don't see the Vikings doing much better than they did last Sunday either. Saints 37 Vikes 17. [/Quote]
I don't know who this " Tony Bridgewater " you speak of is but you are right, Cassel sucks and is terribly inconsistent. Hopefully " Teddy Bridgewater " starts sooner than later.
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Life without Adrian Peterson continues for the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday when they travel to New Orleans to face the winless Saints. The Vikings' promising start to the season has given way to turmoil with their star running back suspended from team activities until his child abuse case is resolved. Peterson's absence is a break for the Saints, who at 0-2 are already are two games behind defending champion Carolina in the NFC South.
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