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MINNESOTA FALLS FLAT AGAINST SAINTS

The Minnesota Vikings have now lost the last two games they have played and both were to the New Orleans Saints.  The NFC Championship game was a shootout that also happened to be filled with mistakes by the Vikings.  The opening game of this, the 2010 season, was hardly a shootout, but like the playoff loss last year came down to the fourth quarter(no OT needed this time).

Taking a look at the positives first, the most obvious is the turnover category.  In the NFC title game Minnesota turned the ball over five times, including two Favre interceptions.  Last night only one INT and that was the only turnover of the game.  Offensively, Adrian Peterson looked solid if not spectacular and Visanthe Shiancoe had the best game of any offensive player for the Vikings.  On the defensive side they looked better than they did eight months ago.  The linebacking corps really stood out as the trio of Chad Greenway, E.J. Henderson, and Ben Lieber were making stops all over the field.  Antoine Winfield continues to be the best player in Minnesota’s secondary and probably the best tackling cornerback I’ve ever seen.  The defense was able to hold the Saints to two touchdowns and two missed field goal attempts.  Holding the Super Bowl champs to 14 points would sound like a win.

The Vikings lost their season opener for a variety of reasons, most of them on offense.  Outside of the second quarter, Brett Favre looked like a flag football quarterback that somebody loaned a uniform to.  He was off target most of the night, even the touchdown pass was behind the receiver(Shiancoe made a very nice catch).  While he was only sacked once, he looked panicked in the pocket several times including the play where the Saints intercepted the ball.  Favre was not the only problem with the passing game last night as it was obvious that the Vikes were missing Sidney Rice.  The receiving core didn’t have any kind of physical presence outside of Shiancoe and in the second half New Orleans took him away.  Another problem was third down.  Minnesota misses Chester Taylor, and unlike Rice, they are not getting him back.  Maybe Toby Gerhart will offset that loss when he gets healthy.  As mentioned before, AP looked solid, but never did break off a long run.  His longest run of the day was fourteen yards.  Also, in the second half Minnesota seemed to go away from the running game and at some points seemed very predictable, or Childress-like.  There were some other questionable coaching decisions too.  Why did it take so long to bring in Greg Camarillo?  He is not Sidney, but it was apparent in preseason that Brett has some faith in him and he can make some plays in the passing game.  This loss however, does not fall on Childress.  The game was lost by the offense as a whole.  The Vikings are going to have to score more than 9-10 points to beat anybody.  That anybody includes the Miami Dolphins next week.

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  1. Christopher Rowe Sep 10 20103:26 pm

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    Childress-like – VERY nice! One stat brought up was that Childress has the most NFL wins for a head coach in the past 5 years without winning a Super Bowl (obviously affected by Sean Payton & New Orleans winning last year). Now the question remains… are the Vikings a championship team or do they need to let Favre and Childress move on?

    1. Brian Moore Sep 10 20109:17 pm

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      most without winning a supe…that’s like almost a good thing.

  2. Dan Rakusan Sep 10 20104:47 pm

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    Christopher – I would venture a guess that it’s win or really retire for Favre this year. No SB equals no more sitting on the fence about retirement. Favre’s body can’t possibly handle another season either way, but he is such a determined player that he keeps on coming back!!!

    What I saw last night was Favre at his worst. Basically immobile, looking like a deer caught in headlights when the blitzes weren’t picked up, and generally dis-oriented with the routes his receivers were running.

    I love Favre’s dedication and durability, but I think once the start-streak comes to an end (and I think it will this season), he’ll realize he’s an old man playing a young man’s game.

    Hall of Fame for sure, but he’s dragging his career out too long in my opinion.

    As for Childress? I don’t think you can blame him. He’s doing a very good job organizing the team and setting things in motion, but he can’t seem to realize that he’s got an over-aged QB whose best days are behind him. Not to suggest for even a moment that Tarvaris Jackson is the answer, but there’ll be other QBs out there for him to make an effective machine out of the Vikings’ core.

  3. Sebastian Soto Sep 10 20108:24 pm

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    Dan I agree with you on several points. Favre is an old man playing a young mans game…I also agree he will not start all 16 games this season. He is really suffering from not having a go to guy on the outisde like Sidney Rice…he will only be back in a couple of months so things might not be too good for favre in the immediate future.

    I like Childress and I think he has done a good job except when he shys away from the pounding the balll…yes favre is all world we all know that, but like we said hes OLD and its best to control the clock, use the best RB in the game and rely on your tough D to win games…The gamplean in the NFC champ was a disaster, dropping back favre 50 times was a recipe for disaster and thats exactly what they got…if favre is called upon to throw the ball 20-25 times a game we will win more times than not…but if hes slinging 40-50 a game then thats not gonna work and hes gonna get hurt…

    1. Dan Rakusan Sep 10 20108:45 pm

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      I think the major issue with Favre’s retirement uncertainty is that the Vikes didn’t know what areas to address, both during the draft, or via free agency. If Favre had made his intentions known, the clear plan would have been to upgrade the O-line. If he had said he’s retiring for sure, they could have focused on getting a QB. It’s always hard for the great ones to end their careers, but I’m afraid Brett has made his bed an uncomfortable one, and he’ll finish with an injury… Sad, but I honestly believe that’s what we’re heading towards…

      And, I’m a Falcons’ fan who regrets that we traded him to GB after drafting him… I don’t really mind the Vikes, but they’re definitely not my team..lol

  4. Brian Moore Sep 10 20109:15 pm

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    They had Sage Rosenfels and traded him. They were “just OK” at QB without Favre but on a Peterson led team that might have been OK.
    I think the problem is that they played the SuperBowl champs.
    Week 1 is often times a bunch of “know it alls” getting beat by the ones that worked hard in the summer. The Saints weren’t sharp but they were so clearly better prepared than the Vikes.
    It’s quite possible that Favre threw more passes to high school kids than he did Vikings this summer.
    Watch Brady and Peyton. They rested plenty, but got in the work they needed to to feel comfy.
    BTW He sure did lock onto Camarillo which was a bit surprising

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