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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Vikings set team record

The Vikings set a team record with three interception returns for a touchdown.

The NFL record is four in 1984.

Darren Sharper, Dwight Smith and Chad Greenway all have touchdowns, and the Vikings are up 41-10 with nine minutes left.

5 Comments:

Blogger mark said...

I've been cynical all year. That was a fun game to watch! Could this possibly be the turn around that is needed?

3:40 PM  
Blogger cronn said...

I agree, Mark. They have a shot at the 2nd Wild Card spot. Their upcoming opponents are beatable, for the most part.

Also, TJ finally showed some improvement.

8:54 PM  
Blogger Andrew E. said...

I've been pretty damned critical, and the team actually looked well coached. We were due to have a game when receivers actually caught the slants on third down, but TJ did look off a safety and then throw an accurate ball. I also like what the OL has been doing.

In a perfect world one out of Udeze/James/Edwards would be a 15 sack guy, but if we have to blitz to get pressure, so be it. I'd rather go down swinging, though, than have the death by a thousand cuts pass defense.

Of course, it would certainly help TJ if he had a bona fide no. 1 guy to throw to. Rice looks solid, but we should have had a real No. 1 going into this year.

4:11 PM  
Blogger mark said...

Could you imagine if we still had Moss. Red still has his thumb print on this team.

9:45 PM  
Blogger Daniel Toske said...

I love my Vikes, but they have a habit of being up and down. They clearly caught Eli on a bad day and played well but all it will take is for the Lions to watch the tape on how we threw differnt D looks and adjust in advance. My guess is they'll lose another we should win very soon.

10:05 AM  

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