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Minnesota Vikings: Under New Management

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Regular Season Week 6:
BLOCKBUSTER TRADE
Minnesota Trades Garrard, Wade, to Packers for All-Pro Woodson and Draft Pick

Hated rivals Minnesota and Green Bay have set aside their differences to come together for a massive trade deal involving recently signed quarterback David Garrard and All-Pro cornerback Charles Woodson. The trade deal is said to have massively sent the league into a hysteria at the deadline, as both players had massive albatross contracts for their respective teams. According to insiders, the complete trade was as follows:

Minnesota Gets: CB Charles Woodson, WR James Johnson, 2010 5th Round Draft Pick

Packers Get: QB David Garrard, WR Bobby Wade

Both teams appeared pleased with the deal, as Minnesota was looking to get out of Garrard's contract, whilst upgrading receiver and cornerback depth. Charles Woodson and Garrard were reportedly shocked when they heard the news they had been traded. In an interview, Woodson had reportedly stated, "So that's how they treat an All-Pro? Fine. I'll see them in a few weeks." David Garrard was unavailable for a comment.​

QB David Garrard [31] (91) & Bobby Wade [28] (82)

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WR James Jones [25] (83), CB Charles Woodson [33] (92), 2010 5TH RDP


Vikings Break Records, Utterly Humiliate Bears 17-73
(Yes, You Read That Right)




It started with a 3-and-out on offense for the Minnesota Vikings, who punted away to start the game. On the first play of Chicago's opening drive, Jake Delhomme threw a screen pass to running back Earnest Graham. He was met by Chad Greenway, and fumbled the ball. Jared Allen picked up the fumble and ran it back for a touchdown. The floodgates had opened for the Minnesota Vikings on this Sunday afternoon game against hated rivals in the Chicago Bears. Both teams were vying for first place, but the Minnesota Vikings were not just willing to win.

They humiliated the Chicago Bears in ways unheard of since the Bears themselves broke the spirit of the Washington Redskins in the 1940 NFL Championship. Delhomme threw 5 interceptions, and including the Graham fumble, Chicago walked way with 6 turnovers, and only 3 points through 3 quarters. Chicago's 14 other points came long into the 4th Quarter, when the Vikings had such a commanding lead, it no longer mattered whether defense played. Al Michaels, who was calling the came, called it, "the most reprehensible act of torture in the football world: pity."

Rookie quarterback out of Army, Colby Arden, showed the world the kind of player he was, when he broke the single game passing yards, and touchdown records, convincingly. Arden threw 53 times for 40 completions. He only threw one interception, and fumbled the ball once. The number of touchdowns? Eight, breaking Viking legend Joe Kapp's record from 1969. The number of yards? 629, breaking the first Vikings head coach Norm Van Brocklin's 1951 record. Bernard Berrian also broke a record, most receiving yards in a single game, with 353 yards, hauling in four touchdowns as well. Adrian Peterson was not left out in the cold either, as he ran for 119 Yards on 28 attempts, and rushing for a touchdown as well. Indeed, on offense, the Minnesota Vikings made the Bears defense look like children.

Defensively, the Bears were made to look worse than children, as Delhomme was sacked 7 times, and intercepted 5 times. Charles Woodson, who was acquired from the Green Bay Packers, also caught an interception, his first as a Minnesota Viking. When all was said and done, the Minnesota Vikings wanted to make a statement, and a statement they made: they are going to win at any cost, no matter how much they have to humiliate and crush the morale of their enemies. The Vikings stand at 5-1, and face the Detroit Lions next week.

Passing:
Colby Arden - 40/53, 629 Yards (RECORD), 8 TDs (RECORD), 1 INT, 1 FUM

Rushing:
Adrian Peterson - 28, 119 Yards, 1 TD

Receiving:
Bernard Berrian- 14, 353 Yards (RECORD), 4 TDs
Sidney Rice - 7, 64 Yards, 3 TDs
Adrian Peterson - 3, 29 Yards, 1 TD

Defense:
Ray Edwards - 2 Sacks
Pat Williams - 1 Sack
Marcus McCauley - 1 Sack
Antoine Winfield - 1 Sack
Ben Leber - 1 Sack
Chad Greenway - 1 Sack, 1 FF
Jared Allen - 1 FR, 1 TD
Cedric Griffin - 2 INT
Madieu Williams - 1 INT
Charles Woodson - 1 INT
EJ Henterson - 1 INT


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I hope you dicipline the team for going three and out on the first job, it's hard to bounce back from that kind of momentum loss.
 

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This shit on Easy mode?
 

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Regular Season Week 7


Vikings Shut-Out Lions 0-63

Following Minnesota's historic victory over the Chicago Bears last week, the Vikings repeat the process at home against the hapless Detroit Lions. Despite taking 7 sacks himself, Colby Arden threw for over 500 yards and 4 touchdowns in another banger of a game, bringing his season TD total to 17 in 7 weeks, on pace to throw for approximately 39 TDs this year. Adrian Peterson had another strong rushing game, running for nearly 200 yards off 36 attempts and garnering 2 rushing and 1 receiving touchdown. Sidney Rice and Bernard Berrian each caught at least 6 passes for over 100 yards each, with Berrian hauling in 3 touchdowns. The most impressive play of the game was a fake spike turned touchdown that Arden threw into triple coverage, which Adrian Peterson was perfectly placed in.

Defensively, the Vikings made Drew Stanton and Lions pay. The team broke the single game record for sacks on a Quarterback, with 11. Four players (Kevin Williams, Pat Williams, Ray Edwards, and Jared Allen) had two sacks apiece. Charles Woodson also showed his ability by snatching three of Minnesota's 6 interceptions. Jared Allen also forced a strip sack on Stanton that Edwards picked up early in the game.

The Minnesota Vikings now move to 6-1 and look to be far ahead of the pack in terms of the NFC.​

Passing:
Colby Arden - 28/39, 513 Yards, 4 TDs

Rushing:
Adrian Peterson - 36, 186 Yards, 2 TDs, 1 FUM

Receiving:
Sidney Rice - 8, 156 Yards
Bernard Berrian - 6, 182 Yards, 3 TDS
Adrian Peterson - 2, 46 Yards, 1 TD

Defense:
Jared Allen - 2 Sacks, 1 FF
Ray Edwards - 2 Sacks, 1 FR
Pat Williams - 2 Sacks
Kevin Williams - 2 Sacks
Mike Doss - 1 Sack
Ben Leber - 1 Sack
Marcus McCauley - 1 Sack
Charles Woodson - 3 INTs
Cedric Griffin - 2 INTs
Madieu Williams - 1 INT

Kicking:
Josh Brown - 7/7 FGA, 53 Long, 6/6 XPA
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I am damn glad you brought this back.

I think we have the greatest team ever at this pace.
 

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7-7 field goals :WOW

Still see AP fumblin' tho :smh
 

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Team really got a QB and became the 99 Rams
 

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Week 8, 2009 Season

Current Standings:




TEAM (AFC NORTH)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
Cincinnati Bengals5-2-0.714W3
Cleveland Browns5-3-0.625W2
Baltimore Ravens2-5-0.285L4
Pittsburgh Steelers1-7-0.185L4

TEAM (AFC SOUTH)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
Tennessee Titans7-0-01.000W7
Indianapolis Colts6-1.857W1
Houston Texans3-5.375L1
Jacksonville Jaguars3-5.375W1

TEAM (AFC EAST)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
New England Patriots4-3-0.571L2
New York Jets3-4-0.428W1
Miami Dolphins3-4-0.428W1
Buffalo Bills1-6-0.142L2

TEAM (AFC WEST)
W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
San Diego Chargers5-2-0.714L1
Kansas City Chiefs3-4-0.428L1
Denver Broncos2-5-0.285L2
Oakland Raiders0-7-0.000L7


TEAM (NFC NORTH)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
Minnesota Vikings6-1-0.857W3
Chicago Bears5-3-0.625W2
Green Bay Packers4-3-0.571W1
Detroit Lions2-5-0.285L2

TEAM (NFC SOUTH)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
Carolina Panthers5-2-0.714W1
New Orleans Saints4-3-0.571L1
Atlanta Falcons3-4-0.428W2
Tampa Bay Buccaneers1-7-0.125L5

TEAM (NFC EAST)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
New York Giants6-1-0.857W5
Washington Redskins5-3-0.625W1
Dallas Cowboys4-3-0.571W3
Philadelphia Eagles3-5-0.375L2

TEAM (NFC WEST)W-L-TWIN %CURRENT STREAK
Seattle Seahawks6-1-0.857W5
St. Louis Rams6-1-0.857W3
San Francisco 49ers2-5-0.285W1
Arizona Cardinals1-6-0.142L2



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Regular Season, Week 9, 2009

Vikings Defeat Seahawks at Home 15-22


On a chilly Sunday afternoon, the Minnesota Vikings showed they had ice in their veins when they went up against the contested #2 seeded team in the National Football Conference: The Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks came into the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome with a 5 game winning streak, only to see it crumble to nothing as Matt Hasselbeck threw four interceptions and was sacked twice as the Minnesota Vikings routed the heavy favorites 15-22. During the game Colby Arden had a pedestrian game, going 15/23 for 230 yards and a touchdown and interception apiece. Adrian Peterson carried the load for the team, rushing 43 times for 117 yards, and an untimely fumble. Bernard Berrian, on his first reception of the game, went 66 yards to the house when the defensive back and safety for the Seahawks disappeared completely on the right side of the field. Berrian had 4 receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, the Vikings once again showed how scary they were, sacking Hasselbeck twice and forcing four interceptions. Josh Brown was nearly perfect as well, kicking 5 field goals and missing only one (from 58 yards out). The Seahawks' special teams unit was noticeably bad as well, several punts went pear-shaped into their own side of the field, and perhaps most egregiously, Seahawks kicker Olindo Mare's lone field goal attempt was an utterly botched 18 yard field goal that went so far right it was confused for a Fascist.

In a wild week that also saw the #1 NFC seeded New York Giants lose 7-14 to the 0-7 Raiders, the undefeated AFC #1 Seeded Tennessee Titans lose 10-35 to the Arizona Cardinals, and the Green Bay Packers upset the St. Louis Rams 3-6 to move to 5-3, the Minnesota Vikings are now the clear cut #1 team in the NFC and possibly in the entire league. Their next challenge is now hosting a hot Green Bay Packers team looking to make another upset.

Passing:
Colby Arden - 15/23, 230 Yards, 1 TD, 1 INT


Rushing:
Adrian Peterson - 43, 117 Yards, 1 FUM

Receiving:
Bernard Berrian - 4, 105 Yards, 1 TD
Sidney Rice - 4, 45 Yards
Jerramy Stevens - 2, 18 Yards, 1 FUM

Defense:
Ray Edwards - 1 Sack
Antoine Winfield - 1 Sack, 1 INT, 1 FUM
Charles Woodson - 1 INT
Cedric Griffin - 1 INT
E.J. Henderson - 1 INT

Kicking:
Josh Brown - 5/6, 48 LONG, 1/1 XPA

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These Vikings needs to be checked for roids.... :lelbron
 

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