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Vikingstw 10-05-2004 08:50 PM

Hello Everybody!
I just joined and decided to say hi, i dont come hear to be a hater but to learn more about our upcoming openents i do it just about every week. It helps to know whats goin down, whos injured and whos not.

Just to give you the scoop on the Vikes:

Niether Onterrio Smith and Michael Bennett will be playing this game and moe williams is hurt and may see limited action. Mewelde more who was drafted in the 4th round from tulane will see much of the time. (I praised his play during preseason he looked fantastic i hope he plays well against you guys) We are very deep at RB but very injured. Both our TE's will be out we lost Jimmy Kliensasser for the season witch really reallys hurts bad and we wont have Wiggins either. One of our sarting Tackles is out for the season, and a rookie who hastn't played RT since high school will start for him. Our starting Center is banged up but will play. Thats the bad news for the vikes.
The good news is we have moss and pepp so watch out, oh and just remeber this name KELLY CAMBELL, hes explosive. As far as the sack thing i'm not conserned, hell it could be 3rd and 20 we will still get it. Our oline is one of the best in the NFL they are massive and run people over, we will run the ball with mewelde, hes not a pushover. We have 4 dangerous WR's so your secondary better have there A game.

On Defense we are banged up at LB, We wont have EJ Henderson and possible will be without Claiborne. We will have a rookie in at MLB, and a backup at weak side. In my opinion we have one of the best secondary's in the NFL. Winfield, Brian Williams, Chavous and Russell. The key is our D Line getting pressure (i'm waiting for a break out game).

Some more good news for you guys, We dont always play well on the road. :thumbdown

By the way who are your safties?

texan279 10-05-2004 08:56 PM

Glenn Earl will be starting for Eric Brown at SS and Marcus Coleman at FS.

HJam72 10-05-2004 09:07 PM

No offense intended, but I hope it's 95 and muggy Sunday and they keep the roof open all day. We gotta try to take advantage of this home field thing.

texan279 10-05-2004 09:14 PM

Supposed to be a cool front come in on Saturday, high supposed to be in low 80's this weekend, Should be humid though.

HJam72 10-05-2004 09:17 PM

Yeah, I guess 95 was too much to ask for, but 85 or 90 would have been nice. Humid is a given, lol.

Dime 10-05-2004 11:26 PM


Originally Posted by HJam72
Yeah, I guess 95 was too much to ask for, but 85 or 90 would have been nice. Humid is a given, lol.


Only words I fear to hear on Sunday will be 'Culpepper to Moss'. Sadly for us, most teams hear that all to often. I think if we hear that more then 10 times on Sunday, it will spell a loss for the Texans... Culpepper has this annoying habit of being down in the 4th.. and able to pull out wins.

On our side... If Culpepper has more then 3 turnovers... I think it will go down as a win for the Texans. When Culpepper starts intercepting/fumbling, he seems to lose his balance on the game.

We got home field, crowd advantage... but you have a duo who have to be shut down or its not going to be a good day for us... I am just glad robinson has two picks last game from a decent quarterback, to throw a bit of indecision into the mix.

No matter what... looks to be a good game.

P.S. If the texans win this game... look for a huge amount of respect to be laid at the texans feet for it. If they lose it, they still wont be talked amount to much. Sink or Swim Game (concerning the 'respect' of the texans). :twocents:

Vikingstw 10-06-2004 12:20 AM

The way Culpepper has been playing there is no stopping him, he has been under constant pressure all three games and still has the best QB rating in the league and only one INT he threw was on a tipped pass. He's on fire, i have never seen him be this dominate in any of his other years, he really does look like a complete QB.

jr0ck 10-06-2004 02:41 AM


The way Culpepper has been playing there is no stopping him
except on the goaline with a forced fumble. not taking anything away from pepp thus far, but invulnerable he is not.


but I hope it's 95 and muggy Sunday and they keep the roof open
i second that!! :jumpbanan

.....oh yeah, welcome :thumbup

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