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Monday, December 18, 2006

RANDALL McDANIEL INDUCTED INTO RING OF HONOR

Former Minnesota Vikings lineman Randall McDaniel was inducted yesterday afternoon into the Vikings Ring of Honor. He was given a commemorative ring ring to recognize his induction and a video montage was played that celebrated his career. Highlights of that career included being a important member of the 98' offensive line that has the highest scoring offense in league history and being voted to 12 Pro Bowls in a row. Quite an achievment! Off the field, McDaniel was a school teacher with an accomplished after-school program. Congratulations, Randall! The NFL can always use more players like you.

Monday, December 11, 2006

WHAT'S A COACH TO DO?

Brad Childress has a lot of thinking to do right now, I guess. Mostly, what to do about his quarterback situation. Brad Johnson hasn't been playing well, throwing to many interceptions. His backup quarterback, Brooks Bolinger, is injured right now, and his new rookie isn't sure he's ready to be the starting quarterback. It's probably safe to assume that morale is not too high for the Minnesota Vikings. What's a coach to do?

Monday, December 04, 2006

PAT WILLIAMS OUT OF THE GAME

For the first time of this season, the Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle, Pat Williams, was not able to play. He was downgraded earlier this week from questionable to doubtful due to a right knee injury which has been a problem for most of the season. We sure missed him. He's definitely one of main reasons the Vikings rank number one in the league for rushing defense.