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I’m Here For Ya

So, I don’t really know what it is about this week but there is freaking nothing going on. 

All the big publications are trying to pretend that no news is somehow news when it comes to issues like Favre, the stadium, pro day visits, and the StarCaps trial so that they can fill up some space.

But, being unwilling to repeat myself too many times on issues like those, I am really having trouble finding anything worth writing about to, you know… write about.

So, lets open this thing up to you guys.  Use this as an open thread to post questions of sorts or topics you might be curious to get my take on.  Post ’em in the comments section and then tonight or tomorrow I’ll answer ALL OF THEM.  So ask me about anything… Childress, Mrs. Warwas, my day job, draft prospects, health care, whatever you want!

I’m willing to keep this site as updated as possible… but right now there are just no darned updates.


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17 Responses to “I’m Here For Ya”

  1. @NUMBER1VIKESFAN says:

    yu think ray edwards will stay in minnesota?

  2. Mike says:

    What is the deal with Anthony Herrera? Very little is ever said about him at RG.

    You mentioned in your C/G Preview that he was ‘inconsistent’ in 2009 and ‘struggled to clear a path’. I would think that he or Sullivan would be the clear front runners of an offensive upgrade.

    • Jake says:

      Why is the NFL just now talking about changing the overtime rules and why do i get the feeling that they won’t pass the vote to change anything when I feel like it is a change that needs to happen (have felt that way for a long time, even before this years end to our playoff run). I just think its stupid how you can have a great game and then the outcome of the game almost entirely come down to a coin toss. It’s a good a simple change that the NFL is proposing but like Bud Selig needing serious motivation to do anything about steroids in baseball why does the NFL need a fire under their *** do to anything about this subject.

  3. wtfvikesfan says:

    About Football ranks the top quarterback prospects for the 2010 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which projects the best at the next level.

    1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    2. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
    3. Jonathan Crompton, Tennessee
    4. Tony Pike, Cincinnati
    5. Tim Tebow, Florida
    6. Colt McCoy, Texas
    7. Levi Brown, Troy
    8. Sean Canfield, Oregon State
    9. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
    10. Max Hall, BYU

  4. wtfvikesfan says:

    About Football ranks the top cornerback prospects in the 2010 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which projects the best at the next level.

    1. Joe Haden*, Florida
    2. Kyle Wilson, Boise State
    3. Patrick Robinson, Florida State
    4. Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt
    5. Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State
    6. Jerome Murphy, South Florida
    7. Devin Ross, Arizona
    8. Donovan Warren*, Michigan
    9. Devin McCourty, Rutgers
    10. Kareem Jackson*, Alabama

  5. wtfvikesfan says:

    About Football ranks the top defensive tackle prospects in the 2010 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which projects the best at the next level.

    1. Ndamukong Suh*, Nebraska
    2. Gerald McCoy*, Oklahoma
    3. Brian Price*, UCLA
    4. Dan Williams, Tennessee
    5. Jared Odrick, Penn State
    6. D’Anthony Smith, Louisiana Tech
    7. Geno Atkins, Georgia
    8. Arthur Jones, Syracuse
    9. Lamarr Houston, Texas
    10. Terrence Cody, Alabama

  6. wtfvikesfan says:

    About Football ranks the top offensive tackle prospects in the 2010 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which offensive guards project the best at the next level.

    1. Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
    2. Trent Williams, Oklahoma
    3. Anthony Davis*, Rutgers
    4. Brian Bulaga*, Iowa
    5. Bruce Campbell*, Maryland
    6. Charles Brown, USC
    7. Selvish Capers, West Virginia
    8. Ciron Black, LSU
    9. Rodger Saffold, Indiana
    10. Paul Duncan, Notre Dame

  7. wtfvikesfan says:

    About Football ranks the top offensive guard prospects in the 2010 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which offensive guards project the best at the next level.

    1. Mike Iupati, Idaho
    2. Jon Asamoah, Illinois
    3. Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts
    4. Mike Johnson, Alabama
    5. John Jerry, Ole Miss
    6. Mitch Petrus, Arkansas
    7. Thomas Austin, Clemson
    8. Brandon Carter, Texas Tech
    9. Dennis Landolt, Penn State
    10. Jeff Byers, USC

  8. wtfvikesfan says:

    About Football ranks the top strong safety prospects in the 2010 NFL Draft based on their potential in the NFL. This is not necessarily a prediction of the order they will be selected, rather a prediction of which projects the best at the next level.

    1. Eric Berry*, Tennessee
    2. Earl Thomas* Texas
    3. Jeromy Miles, Massachusetts
    4. Darrell Stuckey, Kansas
    5. Reshad Jones, Georgia
    6. Harry Coleman, LSU
    7. Myron Rolle, Florida State
    8. Kurt Coleman, Ohio State
    9. T.J. Ward, Oregon
    10. Barry Church, Toledo

  9. Fragile Freds says:

    AK –

    Are you crazy? Huh? Ask questions about Mrs. Warwas? Coming from this bunch of low life losers? What kind of husband are you man?

    We got Ole talking about morning wood, Krugs is so damn frustrated from his lack of sales (and otherwise Fred suspects), who knows what will come out of his mouth, Viking John will try to get her out on his pontoon, and thank goodness Tombs is who knows where, (probably stumping for Obamas next spending spree) that dude will have Mrs. Warwas locking her igloo by night’s end with his weird ass comments. Coolio will be inviting her to his new porn, I mean web site.

    Buds will be, Buds. A true gentleman but Fred wonders about this creepy old dude too.

    Damn man….get a grip. Don’t let that women near the computer!

    By the way, Freds would like to know who Mrs. W thinks the Vikes should take in rounds 1&2.

  10. Fragile Freds says:

    Johnny you and I are old fashioned gentlemen.

    • bigjohnny84 says:

      Gee Freds Ive always thought you felt quite differently. Just remember that next time you dont agree with me.

  11. bigjohnny84 says:

    Adam, what are the odds that Freds will owe us a steak and Colt 45s? I think chances are pretty good that someone will bite and win us the bet.

  12. Luke Hoyhtya says:

    Adam,

    I was wondering why you and the other writers don’t post your photos on this site? Is it because you feel that too many women who know NOTHING about football would join because of your good looks and it would hurt the purpose of the site….or do you guys just have “radio-looks” and would rather stay hidden? Just curious man. 🙂

  13. VAVike says:

    Have we shown any interest in another teams restricted free agents? It’s obvious, with the run we made at LT, we don’t think Albert Young is the answer. So what’s next at the 3rd down back position? I’m sure Bret Favre would like a good solution to this problem.

  14. CSlinde says:

    @adam-
    do you prefer separate shower gel and hair products over shampoo/body wash combos? or, now they even have body wash/conditioner combos. what is your preferred denomination of the above?

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