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Links Of The Week

Just because it is the offseason doesn’t mean us bloggers have nothing to talk about.  Here is this week’s look around the web:

  • John Randle getting into the Hall of Fame was great, but what about Cris Carter?
  • Randle changed the game and had fun doing it.
  • Some chatter about safeties being limited in the Cover-2 defense and also about the future of runningbacks coach Eric Bieniemy.
  • The recent press surrounding Bryant McKinnie has partially swayed at least one blogger.
  • Pacifist Viking took some time off from his time off to check in and talk about a bunch of things.
  • Jared Allen is being a doofus, but he did remind me that yet another thing I miss about MN is the good ol’ Von Hanson’s Meats.
  • Brett Favre has played many games against John Randle, and he is happy to see him get into the HoF.
  • PJD expresses that Cris Carter should’ve been in the HoF this year for sure while PFT thinks Carter may have to wait even longer.
  • Perhaps the Saints victory over the Colts will increase the odds of Favre coming back again.
  • Want to write an article about the Vikings?  The Vikings Ship is giving you a platform.
  • Maybe Peyton Manning now knows how Brett Favre feels.
  • Yet another story about yet another billboard being bought with an effort to woo Favre back for one more season.
  • This is a tough read but the info is good.  Ray Edwards in each of the three playoff games he has appeared in.
  • Vikings UK hits on a bunch of topics surrounding the Vikings and also brings some smiles to the masses.
  • … And here it is, your moment of zen:

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6 Responses to “Links Of The Week”

  1. Brett says:

    I’ll add another link to that. Not sure I believe this… but it’s an interesting read nonetheless.

    Deals with the Saints winning being fixed by the NFL. (Would explain a lot of those horrible calls in the NFC Championship).

    Again, not endorsing this but here it is.

  2. bigjohnny84 says:

    Thanks for the link Brett. Very interesting and hard to argue with but I find it hard to believe. Would the NFL risk its integrity to put the fix in?

  3. Purple Charlie says:

    Boy, If it was, it would be like Pro Wrestling…

    I can honestly say I would be done with Pro football and would just watch College and I sure alot of other guys and Gals would be too…

  4. bigjohnny84 says:

    Agree Charlie, if it would be proven true, the NFL as we know it would be done.

  5. Brett says:

    Yeah, I find it hard to believe too. Part of me wants to believe it and then part of me doesn’t. If it’s true, it means our game could have been fixed and makes me feel better, but at the same time, as bigjohnny said, it would pretty much end the NFL.

    I don’t think it’s true though – at least with our game. It would be hard to fix it that closely.

  6. bigjohnny84 says:

    Agree Brett, but lets not forget what happened in the NBA not too long ago. “The official betting on games”

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