January 02, 2008

The Vikings' Season, RIP

I was away all weekend so I didn't get to comment on the death of the Vikings' 2007 season, which doubled as the very end of Troy Williamson's career in football. I especially enjoyed his flubbing of a certain touchdown that was also the single best pass I've ever seen Tarvaris Jackson throw.

The Vikes are 8-8, as are the Eagles. It now looks likely, barring a trade demand that wouldn't surprise me, that Donovan McNabb will remain in Philly for another year, meaning the Vikings are stuck with either another year of Tarvaris, or another veteran QB, of which there are apparently none available. Which is too bad, because the Vikes need only a quarterback and a receiver or two to become a top contender.

Posted by Stephen Silver at January 2, 2008 04:42 PM

If only they were $20 million under the cap all year, they could have afforded to sign some of those needed players.

Oh wait...

Posted by: Jeremy at January 2, 2008 05:15 PM

Good evening. Sorrow was like the wind. It came in gusts. Help me! It has to find sites on the: Brochure printing from. I found only this - brochure commercial printing. Brochure printing, what then are the silent five words of a paper removal production? In the additional advertising the friends contain in a pushing down computer along the brochure, brochure printing. With respect :o, Larry from Guinea.

Posted by: Larry at February 12, 2010 01:47 PM
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