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Vikings vs. Seahawks *** In Game ***

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Lots of running plays and trading punts so far, seems like a bit of a feeling out period to start this one.

GL with everyone's action tonight.

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Everyone watching this game in America saw that facemask.
 
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On Murray?
 
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Everyone in world saw that face mask except only one that matters , hilarious . Vikings energy looks like shit right now not liking this 

 
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Super fast 1st Qtr, clock was moving on each play outside of one incompletion by Vikes.
 
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Yeah that non-facemask call was an obvious makeup call for the previous one that was called

I think I speak for everyone when I say the less flags the better.  let's play football.

 
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Posted: #7

No pass rush, jello like defense  Let's not even talk about their offense! 

 
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its early fellas. vikes will get this done. i don't like cousins chicken Chit body language though he looks like a back up right now.

second observation. any coach in there right mind would be preparing for russell wilson to run. cmon mike zimmer do something.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by Hypnos2004:

its early fellas. vikes will get this done. i don't like cousins chicken Chit body language though he looks like a back up right now. second observation. any coach in there right mind would be preparing for russell wilson to run. cmon mike zimmer do something.

agreed.  no reason to panic yet.

They've been consistently close to blowing up the Seattle offense, just couldn't get it done.

Gave up only a fg.

Glad I took the points/+3.

We'll see.

 
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Nice hold for FG by Vikes defense, good game so far.
 
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by the way that cousins backward pass was one dangerous throw, and the minnesota o-line looks like garbage on the pass rush so far.  will need to do better and give cousins time

 
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clearly the o-line of minnesota can't protect.  they're going to need to run the ball and throw some quick passes, some dump offs and some screens, because cousins doesn't have time.

 
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couldnt agree more wiser. cousins is locking in on first choice Thielen was open quick on that 3rd down. he is choking so far

 
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Man oh man. Come on Kirk! Hike up that skirt and get to work!
 
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cousins was paid a lot of money and so far he is underachieving.. 
 
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So far just not looking good for the Vikes.

Important to hold the Hawks to another fg or this one might get ugly.

 
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Both QB's have been really bad so far.
 
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Loved Seattle throwing 2 bombs when they're successful running the ball

Also thanks for that personal foul, no fg

Way to go Seattle keep it going (if you're on the Vikes)

 
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Quote Originally Posted by motowner:

Both QB's have been really bad so far.


Wilson has time.  Cousins has nothing.  His receivers are open but he can't get them the ball.

Will be interesting to see how they handle that.

 
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Exactly Budweiser. More of that would be nice. 
 
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Quote Originally Posted by Hypnos2004:

its early fellas. vikes will get this done. i don't like cousins chicken Chit body language though he looks like a back up right now.

second observation. any coach in there right mind would be preparing for russell wilson to run. cmon mike zimmer do something.


This is what Cousins does on prime time man. I don't know if he has major nervousness problems or what but he always sucks on prime time. Minnesota is in big trouble, their defense better keep them in it if they wanna cover.
 
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will Vikings be able to cover 3.5 spread? they look super bad last 2-3 ways and same so far tonight.

Cant do anything in offense with Diggs, Thielien, Rudolph and Dalvin Cook. an_beatup

 
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Quote Originally Posted by sportswagers:

will Vikings be able to cover 3.5 spread? they look super bad last 2-3 ways and same so far tonight.

Cant do anything in offense with Diggs, Thielien, Rudolph and Dalvin Cook. an_beatup


Doubt they will, but I've been on Sea since before the game
 
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Cousins is pure garbage, he's refusing to make a play.  If your line is having trouble, help them out by getting the ball out quickly.  Jeez man, this guy is not worth a fraction of that contract. 

 
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I can't put it on Cousins.

There is no qb in the league who can deal with that pressure, except the old Peyton Manning in his prime who was the best qb I have ever seen.

I don't know why they don't run the ball more often.  And if they get down 10, they're going to have to throw, making the issue even worse.

Last series they tried to do runs and quick passes, and threw on 3rd and 2 for whatever reason.

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