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Monday, September 24, 2007

QB question

Coach Brad Childress said it's too early to say whether quarterback Tarvaris Jackson will be able to return for Sunday's game against Green Bay.

But if he can't, there's no question about who will get the start.

"If he can't go, Kelly (Holcomb) will go," Childress said.

Holcomb made his Vikings debut in Sunday's 13-10 loss at Kansas City with Jackson sidelined by a strained groin muscle and Childress said the second-year player's status remains uncertain.

"It's still up in the air this week," Childress said. "He didn't do anything today and he's going to get in the pool tomorrow and move around and we'll see how that goes. Being in the water is a lot different than being on hard land."

Childress was more optimistic about running back Chester Taylor, who has missed the last two games because of a bruised oblique muscle.

"I'd like to think Chester can get back this week," Childress said. "He did some things pregame. I just didn't feel like he was quite there and that he could be viable. Again, it's that numbers thing. It's hard to have everybody up all at once. We'll see obviously on Wednesday when I see him take the field."

Ticket note: Sunday's game is in no danger of not selling out, but a limited number of lower-level hospitality packages are still available.

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Blogger nebraska dave said...

i soooo much was dreaming of waking up this morning and reading the head lines 'CHILLI WACKED'...

chilli wacked corn and i don't care, chilli wacked corn and i don't care.....

who cares about the starting QB. nothing will change for the better until chilli is wacked.... and i don't care......

10:53 PM  
Blogger nebraska dave said...

or how about this song..

This old man, He played one, He played nick nack like a dong, with a nick nack 'CHILLI WACK' give the dog a bone, this old man came rolling home.

This old man, he played two, he played nick nack like a baboon, with a nick nack 'CHILLI WACK' give the dog a bone, this old man came rolling home

This old man, He played three, he played nick nack like a flee, with a nick nack 'CHILLI WACK' give the dog a bone, this old man came rolling home

do you really want me to run through 16 wks of this? given time i'm sure we could all come up with better plays that CHILLI WACK could call each game......

someone else can take it from here... and call out game 4 ect.....

11:08 PM  
Blogger dame311 said...

Chilly had a Stupid game plan,
A terrible game plan, a foolish game plan,
Chilly had a stupid game plan, it’s meek and it was slow.
And everywhere the Vikings went,
Vikings went, Vikings went,
And everywhere the Vikings went, that plan was sure to blow.

It followed him to Detroit one day
K.C. one day, Green Bay some day,
It followed him to Chicago some day, which ultimately made us lose.
It made the opposition’s children laugh and play,
Laugh and play, laugh and play,
It made the oppositions children laugh and play to see that plan ran by a fool.

And so the fans turned it off,
Turned it off, turned it off,
And so the fans turned it off, but still Chilly lingered here,
And waited patiently about,
Patiently about, patiently about,
And waited patiently about till Zygi made him dissapear.

best I could do on such short notice...

MARTY Schottenheimer please?

12:25 PM  
Blogger Jeez said...

Man, you guys are a bunch of retards.

12:29 PM  

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