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Vikes_King
12-13-2007, 11:42 PM
Depth chart tracker: Vikings' Taylor remains a factor (http://www.nfl.com/fantasy/story?id=09000d5d80505c32&template=with-video&confirm=true)
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The 49ers did what few teams have done all season: they stopped the vaunted Minnesota rushing attack. Aside from an 84-yard touchdown run by Chester Taylor

PurpleTide
12-14-2007, 07:29 AM
Chester Taylor is a beast, and instead of being disgruntle's when Adrian was named starter, he accepted his role and is a valuable part of our two-headed rushing attack. You simply cannot stop either of our rushers the whole game, and I hope CT remains a Viking next year too.

Vikes_King
12-14-2007, 02:54 PM
"PurpleTide" wrote:



Chester Taylor is a beast, and instead of being disgruntle's when Adrian was named starter, he accepted his role and is a valuable part of our two-headed rushing attack. You simply cannot stop either of our rushers the whole game, and I hope CT remains a Viking next year too.


he's more than just "accepted" the fact.
He uses it to his benefit, sure, he was the back up to Lewis in Baltimore, but this is much different than that, since he was brought in here last year and proved himself to be a valuable back with over 1,200 rushing yards.

Now, a better play than last year, everytime he takes the field he goes out there to say "hey, i'm still here, and you damn well better recognize that, or i'll make you pay"

We have 2 running backs that play with a chip on their shoulder.
Peterson goes out there every week as if to slap every team in the face that passed on him in the draft because he's "too injury prone".
And Taylor plays to prove he's a great back himself.
(taylor btw could probably start on about 25 other teams if he just walked onto them)

I love it

Marrdro
12-15-2007, 10:45 AM
Very nice read my friend.

Anyone want to doubt the importance of CT to this team and still want trade him?

::)