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DefensivePlaymaker
09-22-2005, 07:15 AM
Okay, first of all, Tice has got to go. I'm sorry but enough is enough. We have talent on this team, and somehow it just doesn't get put together...which is the head coaches job ultimately. Next, Culpepper is over rated. A lot of people think Culpepper is so great. But he has had the best wide receiver in the game to throw to previously. Now he doesn't and the results are obvious. I mean now they have a better defense but Randy is gone and look at the results. Here's a link to look at his turnovers....

http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133263

The guy has had 150 turnovers so far in his career versus 163 touchdowns. That's not that great. True he has good athletic ability, but he doesn't have a real accurate arm, he doesn't make very good decisions, he lacks mental toughness, and doesn't have good pocket presence. You look at quarterbacks like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady for instance. They may not have Culpepper's athletic ability, but they get the job done better than he does, is the bottom line. As for Bennett, yikes, this is a big reason why Tice needs to hit the road. He STILL is starting Bennett?? He's not reliable, typically getting stuffed at the line of scrimmage or doesn't gain much, or losses yards. Once in awhile he'll have a decent run, usually on a screen pass out in the flats. He should be a 3rd down back, or a pass-situtation back and have him come out of the backfield for a dump off pass. He's just not a main starting back. Onterrio was, but he likes pot too much. I think we either need to let Me Moore have a shot at it....or draft a good starter in the draft next year. Bennett just doesn't cut it, even when he is healthy, which is another problem, he rarely is. That's my 10 cents.

mnjamie
09-22-2005, 07:35 AM
"DefensivePlaymaker" wrote:

Okay, first of all, Tice has got to go. I'm sorry but enough is enough. We have talent on this team, and somehow it just doesn't get put together...which is the head coaches job ultimately. Next, Culpepper is over rated. A lot of people think Culpepper is so great. But he has had the best wide receiver in the game to throw to previously. Now he doesn't and the results are obvious. I mean now they have a better defense but Randy is gone and look at the results. Here's a link to look at his turnovers....

http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133263

The guy has had 150 turnovers so far in his career versus 163 touchdowns. That's not that great. True he has good athletic ability, but he doesn't have a real accurate arm, he doesn't make very good decisions, he lacks mental toughness, and doesn't have good pocket presence. You look at quarterbacks like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady for instance. They may not have Culpepper's athletic ability, but they get the job done better than he does, is the bottom line. As for Bennett, yikes, this is a big reason why Tice needs to hit the road. He STILL is starting Bennett?? He's not reliable, typically getting stuffed at the line of scrimmage or doesn't gain much, or losses yards. Once in awhile he'll have a decent run, usually on a screen pass out in the flats. He should be a 3rd down back, or a pass-situtation back and have him come out of the backfield for a dump off pass. He's just not a main starting back. Onterrio was, but he likes pot too much. I think we either need to let Me Moore have a shot at it....or draft a good starter in the draft next year. Bennett just doesn't cut it, even when he is healthy, which is another problem, he rarely is. That's my 10 cents.


So, your saying start Brad Johnson? And draft a different QB next year, right?

ThorSPL
09-22-2005, 07:40 AM
I wonder what Ryan Leif is going for these days???

Shit, lets see if we can get Hershel Walker back too!
That'll give us a new set of problems to bitch about! :)

ADubya26
09-22-2005, 08:01 AM
"DefensivePlaymaker" wrote:

Okay, first of all, Tice has got to go. I'm sorry but enough is enough. We have talent on this team, and somehow it just doesn't get put together...which is the head coaches job ultimately. Next, Culpepper is over rated. A lot of people think Culpepper is so great. But he has had the best wide receiver in the game to throw to previously. Now he doesn't and the results are obvious. I mean now they have a better defense but Randy is gone and look at the results. Here's a link to look at his turnovers....

http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133263

The guy has had 150 turnovers so far in his career versus 163 touchdowns. That's not that great. True he has good athletic ability, but he doesn't have a real accurate arm, he doesn't make very good decisions, he lacks mental toughness, and doesn't have good pocket presence. You look at quarterbacks like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady for instance. They may not have Culpepper's athletic ability, but they get the job done better than he does, is the bottom line. As for Bennett, yikes, this is a big reason why Tice needs to hit the road. He STILL is starting Bennett?? He's not reliable, typically getting stuffed at the line of scrimmage or doesn't gain much, or losses yards. Once in awhile he'll have a decent run, usually on a screen pass out in the flats. He should be a 3rd down back, or a pass-situtation back and have him come out of the backfield for a dump off pass. He's just not a main starting back. Onterrio was, but he likes pot too much. I think we either need to let Me Moore have a shot at it....or draft a good starter in the draft next year. Bennett just doesn't cut it, even when he is healthy, which is another problem, he rarely is. That's my 10 cents.

No sarcasm here...this is the post of the year. You nailed it.

Vikes11KicksButt
09-22-2005, 08:34 AM
post of the year more like guy with his head fartherest up his butt that's coming back out his mouth, sorry man, but you discounted so much when it came to Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, you think you are all wise but really you just throw names out there without analyzing the situations. First off Tom Brady has has one of the best coaching staffs all time, I don't think you can make an arguement that anyone Daunte has had has been nearly as good. Plus you seen Tom Brady play? Yea he shredded the raiders but congrats, shredded the raiders is like shreded our d in past seasons, but when you he played a good team he looked lost and liek he wasn't the unltimate winner, he is missing Charlie Weiss, offensive corridnators and quarterbacks have to be close and work well together, also it doesn't hurt that Brady had antwain smith break 1000 yds for him and Corey Dillion, whens the last time Daunte's had a back of that caliber. The one year we had a good running back robert smith we went far.
For Peyton Manning, you have to be stupid to bring him to this. Lets see Peyton has Marvin Harrison who is probably the nfls most consistent wide reicer and definitely a top 3 wideout. And oh yea lets not forgot about edgerrian james one of the leagues best running backs. Also he's been in a much better situation. you can't compare edge and harrison get the nod over moss and bennett everyday. Peyton has a chanin mover.Culpepper has a straight line runner with speed who can't hit a hole to save his life hes good running to the outside and takinga db on one on but besides that he sucks. Marvin and Moss are pretty close in terms of state. Marvin is mr consistent and runs good routes and has excellent speed. Moss has great speed doesnt' run routes but has more talent.
so next time look at Daunte's situation then make reasonable comaparions, Mike Bulger last season, no true feature back, crappy coaching, great wideouts, look what Daunte did last year in the same situation win a playoff game which is something bulger didn't. Culpepper is one of the most accurate qbs all time, and is the most accurate college qb of all time. last time i check his best reciever was kenny clark and not randy moss in college. so don't judge a players career and legacy aftert wo games. get a clue man, blabbing ur mouth only goes so far. think before you type

Prime Time 84
09-22-2005, 03:19 PM
"Vikes11KicksButt" wrote:

post of the year more like guy with his head fartherest up his butt that's coming back out his mouth, sorry man, but you discounted so much when it came to Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, you think you are all wise but really you just throw names out there without analyzing the situations. First off Tom Brady has has one of the best coaching staffs all time, I don't think you can make an arguement that anyone Daunte has had has been nearly as good. Plus you seen Tom Brady play? Yea he shredded the raiders but congrats, shredded the raiders is like shreded our d in past seasons, but when you he played a good team he looked lost and liek he wasn't the unltimate winner, he is missing Charlie Weiss, offensive corridnators and quarterbacks have to be close and work well together, also it doesn't hurt that Brady had antwain smith break 1000 yds for him and Corey Dillion, whens the last time Daunte's had a back of that caliber. The one year we had a good running back robert smith we went far.
For Peyton Manning, you have to be stupid to bring him to this. Lets see Peyton has Marvin Harrison who is probably the nfls most consistent wide reicer and definitely a top 3 wideout. And oh yea lets not forgot about edgerrian james one of the leagues best running backs. Also he's been in a much better situation. you can't compare edge and harrison get the nod over moss and bennett everyday. Peyton has a chanin mover.Culpepper has a straight line runner with speed who can't hit a hole to save his life hes good running to the outside and takinga db on one on but besides that he sucks. Marvin and Moss are pretty close in terms of state. Marvin is mr consistent and runs good routes and has excellent speed. Moss has great speed doesnt' run routes but has more talent.
so next time look at Daunte's situation then make reasonable comaparions, Mike Bulger last season, no true feature back, crappy coaching, great wideouts, look what Daunte did last year in the same situation win a playoff game which is something bulger didn't. Culpepper is one of the most accurate qbs all time, and is the most accurate college qb of all time. last time i check his best reciever was kenny clark and not randy moss in college. so don't judge a players career and legacy aftert wo games. get a clue man, blabbing ur mouth only goes so far. think before you type

Wow. You're an embarrassement. Why don't you try capatalizing the first word of a sentence, writing paragraphs, or even coherent thoughts?

Daunte is a great quarterback, but he has been overhyped. I don't remember any game in recent memory when he was able to come from behind. He's too streaky. He'll have his awesome 5 TD weeks, but when we're playing a competitive game, he'll find a way to lose. I believe he is among the all-time fumbe leaders for quarterbacks, so that isn't good either. Daunte's play THIS year has been nothing short of miserable.

I don't even know why you make the comparison with "Mike" Bulger. Daunte has been given much more credit than him and is generally accepted to be the better quarterback. Having said that, Bulger makes gutty throws that I'm pretty sure Culpepper couldn't. He CAN come from behind as evidenced by St. Louis' shocking come back against Seattle last year. Sure, he's nowhere near as athletic, and yes, he throws a lot of interceptions. But that's because he takes chances. It may not be Daunte's fault, but he checks it down to running backs and tight ends for 3 yard gains far too much (which easily accounts for his "godly" completion percentage). The only time he would take a chance is throwing it up for Moss. Moss' catching radius is so large that tossing it to him doesn't take much accuracy at all.

Don't act like he hasn't had weapons around him either. How about Carter, Moss, Smith, and a great O-line in 2000? 2001 and 2002 I can somewhat agree that we were lacking in talent. However, we still finished near the top of the league in offense. But Culpepper's play was generally horrendous and plagued by bad decisions, fumbles, and interceptions. If nothing else, Culpepper proved in these years that he is not good enough to lead a poor offense. Still, in 2002, Culpepper did get good run production out of Michel Bennet (1,200 yrds), Then, in 2003, Culpepper had the best offense in the NFL. The best line, the fourth best running game, Jim Kleinsasser, and Randy Moss playing the best football of his career. Add to that an opportunistic defense that created turnovers, and it's no wonder he was an MVP canidate. The Vikings were also quite talented on offense in 2004. They weren't quite as balanced as '03, but it's not like Culpepper was a one man offense or anything. Regardless, he had a great year. Considering he had a pretty decent preseason this year, I expected big things, but at this rate, Culpepper is barely above average as a quarterback. He has no weapons this year. Burleson makes a great 2nd receiver, but one of the worst number 1 receivers in the league.

Oh, by the way, I have no idea how you can fault Tom Brady. He wins. He can come from behind. He leads. He makes the necessary throws and he manages the game. Once again, yes, Culpepper is a better athlete and has more potential, but Brady is a better quarterback. Talk about not having offensive weapons. Until recently, Culpepper was stocked with them and Brady was devoid of them. Throughout his career (until this year, really), Culpepper has had an awesome supporting cast (the best line in football until last year, 2 future hall of famer WRs, great TE's, and a good running game). Now our offensive talent from the Denny Green era is running dry because we've been drafting defense. The problem is that our defense still isn't good enough to win a championship, and now our offense can't carry them.

Peyton Manning is the undisputable best QB in football. You fail for trying to compare Culpepper to him. And his supporting cast has not been all that better, once again, until this year. Marvin Harrison is a great receiver who I like very much, and he makes some phenominal catches. However, I'm quite certain that he couldn't have made a lot of the catches Moss has made Culpepper look so good on over the years. Moss is faster, but more importantly, he's bigger, and can out leap people for the ball. Moss is only slightly above average in short to intermediate routes (in some cases, below average because he won't go across the middle--I wouldn't even want him to, it's a waste of his talents), but he is generally accepted as the best deep threat the game has ever seen. Ever seen highlights of the guy? Or ever seen how he could turn a little swing pass into a 60 yard catch and run *gleefully remembers the Thanksgiving day game against the Cowbodys in '98--a demonstration of what true speed is.

The only one blabbing is you. You're willing to belittle Culpepper's supporting cast just to make him sound better. It proves that you're just being ignorant. I can't believe you actually implied that Culpepper is better than Manning. Culpepper will never again in his career come close to matching what he did last year, yet last year's amazing play was still inferior to Manning's.

Del Rio
09-22-2005, 03:23 PM
First of all I liked the post.

Secondly:

"Culpepper will never again in his career come close to matching what he did last year"

I think he will. :grin:


Vikes11Kicksbutt: You are just full of frustration man, your favorite player is playing like crap. Stop taking it out on PPO. He will come around, you know he will.

JDogg926
09-22-2005, 03:49 PM
If Bennett gets 20 carries this week, HE WILL GET 100 YARDS!!

I have a feeling he's going to break a big one this week.

ShanePurpleBlood
09-22-2005, 04:29 PM
Here is an article on Pep turning it around. Which is just what he will do this week.


Struggling Culpepper still confident in his ability

By DAVE CAMPBELL, AP Sports Writer
September 22, 2005
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- Daunte Culpepper made major strides the past two years, developing better poise on the field and a stronger awareness of the game that unquestionably helped him become one of the league's best quarterbacks.

Two weeks into this season, it looks as if Culpepper forgot everything he learned.

Dissecting Minnesota's offensive problems following two embarrassing performances in defeats to Tampa Bay and Cincinnati, Culpepper acknowledged this week he's been tentative at times and has thrown balls he shouldn't have in attempts to spark his stagnant offense.

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``That shows I'm not perfect. I've just got to keep battling through it,' said Culpepper, who has eight interceptions and only one touchdown, and that came rushing. He threw just 11 INTs against 39 TDs in 2004 while setting several franchise marks, a few NFL records and earning his third trip to the Pro Bowl.

The Vikings play New Orleans on Sunday, and badly need a victory.

``Daunte can take us all the way,' coach Mike Tice said, ``but there are also a lot of parts to the car that have to be working in sync -- and we've got to get that part corrected.'




To read the whole thing:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=ApUYw82XCMHhpaGfmceNZK1DubYF?slug=ap-vikings-culpepper&prov=ap&type=lgns

COJOMAY
09-22-2005, 04:32 PM
It will be so interesting to read the comments on this board after the Vikings win next week and Bennett runs well and Pep throws well.
Wonder what the big bitch will be then!

PAvikesfan
09-22-2005, 04:51 PM
i do not think Culp is over-hyped or over-rated. he is an excellent QB...

i however think Bennett is a bum and if O. Smith wasn't a raging idiot we'd have our feature back. I do think Mewelde is the near future of this team. has fason even gotten into a game yet?

VKG4LFE
09-22-2005, 05:10 PM
I think Culpepper is a great QB, but he's not using all of his talents right now. He's not running the ball, at all. He's run what 5 times this year. It will help the entire offense if he would take the ball down and run and not try to force passes.

Jdogg, I'm sorry but I don't think Bennett will carry the ball 20 times and if he does I'd be shocked if it was for 100 yards! I will GLADLY eat crow if this does happen because I would like to see it happen, but I just think Bennett's "good" days are behind him.

JDogg926
09-22-2005, 05:36 PM
Saints at Vikings: We thought RB Deuce McAllister would struggle against the Giants, and he did, but he should do well here. I also like WR Joe Horn and QB Aaron Brooks. One fly in the ointment is a possible letdown after a short week, and you don't know if and when the Saints lose some of the extra adrenaline they've been playing on. ... You have to like QB Daunte Culpepper here, but he is dead last among starting QBS -- 0 TDs, eight INTs and a 41.6 rating. He does have 12 TDs and a 119.0 rating in four games vs. New Orleans. ... The Vikings are 30th overall on defense, 32nd versus the run, but they play better at home. I like RB Michael Bennett.

Pulled this from nfl.com. Are the Saints just what the doctor ordered for Culpepper or what??? I don't really have anything to back up the Bennett statement, I've just got a feeling.

ultravikingfan
09-22-2005, 05:49 PM
Everybody relax...geesh!

"Prime Time 84" wrote:

Wow. You're an embarrassement. Why don't you try capatalizing the first word of a sentence, writing paragraphs, or even coherent thoughts?

Pointing out other members flaws in writing and grammar is not something that is thought of highy around here. Not everybody is fluant is these areas and it does not make their point wothless or without merit. It is very petty.

I won't take the time to point of yours either.

Thank you.

socalVIKEfan
09-22-2005, 07:18 PM
You're nuts :roll:

shockzilla
09-22-2005, 07:31 PM
"ultravikingfan" wrote:

Everybody relax...geesh!

Amen, brother!!!!

BlueViking
09-22-2005, 07:41 PM
Not sure exactly what you guys are thinking, but, Daunte Culpepper is suffering from the loss of OC Scott Linehan more than anything else. Also, Mike Bennett isn't the answer at RB, even as much as I like his "potential". Might be time to see what Mewelde Moore can do. The receiving corps is as good as it can be, however, far too inconsistent to be as effective as when CC & Moss were starting. Therein lies one other problem, as well - I really don't think that Mike Tice is the answer long-term as HC for the Vikes. The D has been a HUGE disappointment to me as of late and therein lies the REAL problem with the Vikings - Ted Cottrell should NOT be the DC. I think the coaching staff needs to be re-evaluated after this season and perhaps a MAJOR change could come after the '05 season if Tice & Co. fail to make good on the talent we have on this team.

audioghost
09-22-2005, 08:29 PM
Start Johnson in front of Peppy??? That has to be the absolute worst idea I have ever heard! What does Culpepper have to do to prove he's a great player??? Manning isn't chucking TDs like last year either....its been 2 games! 2 GAMES!!! WTF??? Have faith, everyone is panicking! Yeah, Tice should go and Loney should follow, but other than that we have a solid and stacked team!

V-Unit
09-22-2005, 08:29 PM
"COJOMAY" wrote:

It will be so interesting to read the comments on this board after the Vikings win next week and Bennett runs well and Pep throws well.
Wonder what the big beeyatch will be then!

I can answer that. Everybody will be psyched that Culpepper has returned to form, but people will still bitch about Bennett because one good game for every two horrible games isn't good enough. If both players play well, but we still lose, bitching will continue. Winning solves everything, that's the bottomline.

Del Rio
09-22-2005, 08:32 PM
I'm guessing they will be bitching about the posts you and others will make about how you were right and that they panicked and were bandwagon fairweather fans lol. :lol:

vikesfan353
09-22-2005, 08:40 PM
I am not a big Culpepper fan never have been! He turns the ball over, always has most likely always will! D Green knew this when he drafted DC! Culpepper can be and has been a star in this league! Is he playing like one now? NO! Will he this year? God I hope so! Only time will tell.

Onterio "Spleef" was the man! Bennet is only his back-up as far as I am concerned. I think we have a second rate rb, and it shows. Yes he had one good year, well 2 if you count college! He can get yards if not touched, but a shoestring and he's down! Since we insist on running him up the middle, he will not have a great year. (Moe should be the run up the middle man.)Bennet does great in the open field. If they used him outside and for screens I think he would have a good year. None the less, unless our o-line steps up, our running game will not be great or even that good this year.
Anyway, as of right now, this is the team I have to cheer for so I will!!!!!!!!!!!

SKOL VIKES

TheViking
09-22-2005, 09:16 PM
Do you really want Smith as your featured back? That guy is a disgrace to the organization. The fact that he chooses his extra curricular activities over football just proves that he is not someone you want to be a figurehead for your team. I'm not saying he doesn’t have talent and he has shown that but I'm tired of cheering for thugs, addicts, and criminals. I hope the release him in the off-season and if they are talking about trading Bennett stay away from Ricky Williams as well.

DarrinNelsonguy
09-22-2005, 09:19 PM
"BlueViking" wrote:

Not sure exactly what you guys are thinking, but, Daunte Culpepper is suffering from the loss of OC Scott Linehan more than anything else. Also, Mike Bennett isn't the answer at RB, even as much as I like his "potential". Might be time to see what Mewelde Moore can do. The receiving corps is as good as it can be, however, far too inconsistent to be as effective as when CC & Moss were starting. Therein lies one other problem, as well - I really don't think that Mike Tice is the answer long-term as HC for the Vikes. The D has been a HUGE disappointment to me as of late and therein lies the REAL problem with the Vikings - Ted Cottrell should NOT be the DC. I think the coaching staff needs to be re-evaluated after this season and perhaps a MAJOR change could come after the '05 season if Tice & Co. fail to make good on the talent we have on this team.

Your wrong Blue DC misses big ol' Matty Birk and any seblence of a ground game the most. Because if you can't run the ball effectively you will never win (see the June Jones adventure in ATL).

Prophet
09-22-2005, 09:20 PM
"TheViking" wrote:

Do you really want Smith as your featured back? That guy is a disgrace to the organization. The fact that he chooses his extra curricular activities over football just proves that he is not someone you want to be a figurehead for your team. I'm not saying he doesn’t have talent and he has shown that but I'm tired of cheering for thugs, addicts, and criminals. I hope the release him in the off-season and if they are talking about trading Bennett stay away from Ricky Williams as well.

R. Smith a thug, addict, and/or criminal? He is a stand-up guy that was wise in his retirement. Leave the league before his knees were permanently ruined and pursue other endeavors when he was financially stable makes me respect him.

midgensa
09-22-2005, 09:21 PM
"DefensivePlaymaker" wrote:

Okay, first of all, Tice has got to go. I'm sorry but enough is enough. We have talent on this team, and somehow it just doesn't get put together...which is the head coaches job ultimately. Next, Culpepper is over rated. A lot of people think Culpepper is so great. But he has had the best wide receiver in the game to throw to previously. Now he doesn't and the results are obvious. I mean now they have a better defense but Randy is gone and look at the results. Here's a link to look at his turnovers....

http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133263

The guy has had 150 turnovers so far in his career versus 163 touchdowns. That's not that great. True he has good athletic ability, but he doesn't have a real accurate arm, he doesn't make very good decisions, he lacks mental toughness, and doesn't have good pocket presence. You look at quarterbacks like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady for instance. They may not have Culpepper's athletic ability, but they get the job done better than he does, is the bottom line. As for Bennett, yikes, this is a big reason why Tice needs to hit the road. He STILL is starting Bennett?? He's not reliable, typically getting stuffed at the line of scrimmage or doesn't gain much, or losses yards. Once in awhile he'll have a decent run, usually on a screen pass out in the flats. He should be a 3rd down back, or a pass-situtation back and have him come out of the backfield for a dump off pass. He's just not a main starting back. Onterrio was, but he likes pot too much. I think we either need to let Me Moore have a shot at it....or draft a good starter in the draft next year. Bennett just doesn't cut it, even when he is healthy, which is another problem, he rarely is. That's my 10 cents.

You sure that is your 10 cents? Or is it your six cents and you are exagerating?
Culpepper has thrown 129 touchdowns in 75 career starts (A very good total) as well as run for 29 touchdowns for a total of 158 TDs in 75 games (more than two a game accounted for by C-Pep.)
You state 150 turnovers? He has thrown 82 picks (and 8 of those in the last two god awful games) and lost 33 fumbles for a total of 115. That is not an excessively low number by any means, but is also fairly average, not at all that high.
Peyton Manning, by comparison, in 114 career starts has 134 turnovers a fairly comparable number ... and I bet you are not calling him out.
At the same time ... both Manning an Culpepper have a damn near equal QB rating (which you may not understand, but actually is a good measure of a quarterback's effectivness.)
Am I upset that C-Pep has been awful ... yes ... has he been awful in the past and bounced back ... yes ... has he played without and kicked ass without Randy Moss ... yes ... does the loss of Moss hurt ... yes ... do I use too many elipses ... definitely ...
Point is, C-Pep is a good quarterback as anyone who has scouted, watched or played football for a living will tell you, if he does not let his head screw everything up he will be fine ...
We have all seen his problems and want him to fix them, but coming on here and LYING about numbers to try and make him look worse is ridiculous.

TheViking
09-22-2005, 09:23 PM
Not Robert Smith he is one of the greats. Onterio Smith. in refrenece to this post



"vikesfan353" wrote:



Onterio "Spleef" was the man! Bennet is only his back-up as far as I am concerned.

Vikes
09-22-2005, 09:24 PM
Calm down it's 2 bad games. It's a NEW team. New receivers new Offensive Cord. I like my gosh give him a game or 2 to adjust to the NEW team. Down with Pep you must have bumped your head!

Prophet
09-22-2005, 09:25 PM
"TheViking" wrote:

Not Robert Smith he is one of the greats. Onterio Smith. in refrenece to this post



"vikesfan353" wrote:



Onterio "Spleef" was the man! Bennet is only his back-up as far as I am concerned.

Oh, I guess I was so frustrated with his idiotic move that I blocked him from my mind. Yeah, the whizzinator is a fool, I sure wish he didn't f'up and was playing right now though.

vikesfan353
09-22-2005, 09:39 PM
"TheViking" wrote:

Do you really want Smith as your featured back? That guy is a disgrace to the organization. The fact that he chooses his extra curricular activities over football just proves that he is not someone you want to be a figurehead for your team. I'm not saying he doesn’t have talent and he has shown that but I'm tired of cheering for thugs, addicts, and criminals. I hope the release him in the off-season and if they are talking about trading Bennett stay away from Ricky Williams as well.
I agree! Was just saying that Bennet was #2! And Spleef "WAS" #1!