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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Sports Illustrated on the Vikings

The esteemed magazine projects the Vikings to finish third in the NFC North.

Meanwhile, senior writer Peter King ranks three Vikings in the NFL's top 50.

He rates DT Kevin Williams 14th, G Steve Hutchinson 23rd and CB Antoine Winfield 31st.

7 Comments:

Blogger Steve said...

ummm he ranked the vikes 4th, not third. If the Pioneer Press could once get anything correct you might have more subscribers. Off to the Strib to get the facts.

3:49 PM  
Blogger Six said...

SI Mag has them ranked 3, Banks a writer at CNNSI.com has them ranked 4th. Check your facts before you rip someone...you look like an idiot.

Keep up the good work Sean!

6:26 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

Mr, Steve is just the kind of educated people the RED STAR hopes to read thier leftest proproganda!!

12:25 PM  
Blogger Pete said...

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3:00 PM  
Blogger Andrew E. said...

Is there a more cockamamie exercise than King's top 500? King has a lot of sources and is able to convey information, but his football analysis is flighty and based on what other people tell him. I'm glad to get the updates on how spoiled his kids are, though.

3:05 PM  
Blogger Pete said...

Hope springs eternal...we would all love to see a great season for our beloved Vikings and we're so excited to read ANYTHING which will give us some insight into the season ahead but still this season is a great question mark.

Do preseason predictions really matter at the end of the year? Will we even remember them? As this preseason winds down and our Vikings head into the season the running game looks new and improved and if T-Jack and the young receivers step up the Vikes will surprise many pundits this year. If not then it is certain that they will be similar to the offensively/defensively unbalanced .500 level teams of years past so we can expect to have a great defense and a mediocre offense which adds up to a very familiar 2nd, 3rd place in the division and out of the playoff picture but on the right track for bigger and better things down the road if they can upgrade the right side of the offensive line and find a top quality receiver. Let's hope for the best but in the meantime we seem to have digressed from football to boring insults on people's educations, media choices, and political beliefs but as Six said people should "check their facts" before ripping on someone...along with THEIR spelling otherwise LEFTIST PROPAGANDA becomes a far more interesting read than such nonsense.

4:38 PM  
Blogger Andrew E. said...

I hope that the D can be good, but I remain concerned that the Pats exposed us on all hallow's eve. We need consistent pass rush, or else the D won't be that good, either.

4:56 PM  

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