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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Practice update and more

LB Vinny Ciurciu (ankle sprain) and FB Naufahu Tahi (MCL sprain) were the only two players not on the field during the early portion of practice. Vikings coach Brad Childress said during his press conference that both players were scheduled to get treatment at a pool today.

Meanwhile, Vikings coach Brad Childress was effusive in his praise of Dallas' second-ranked offense.

"We’ll have our hands full, in terms of them on offense," Childress said. "And when you talk about a team that scored 45, 37, 34, 35, 25, and 27 in a loss, against the No. 1 defense, I don’t know if we can slow them down."

Asked if his offense needs to step up, Childress said, "Well, I would say we better, because with the numbers I just recited to you, three points is not liable to win this game, I don’t think."

1 Comments:

Blogger Paul said...

sean...here is a crazy outside of the box take. our pass D is suspect at best...leber has been praised b/c he takes on the tightend coverage in the base...but he comes out in the nickel packages, unless they run the new viking secret 3-3 look. greenway has played ok this year, but still looks a little lost in space awareness during passing plays. why not keep leber in on the nickel and take greenway out? or have sharper move down to cover a tightend and put in tank/doss at safety...what do ya think? i just fear that this weekend will be the jason witten show in big d.

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