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Shiancoe

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Most dissappointing Viking this year hasn't been TJack, it's been Visanthe Shiancoe. Yuck. Dropped a TD.

At least the defense appears to be playing better than last week. Can't say that for V.S.

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Agreed we have to be able to find someone better that wasnt signed.

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Shiancoe sucks...

And Chilly blows. Has he ever heard of play-action pass?

Jackson warmed up and was doing well till the long break on the Colts first scoring drive. After that, he couldn't hit the broad side of a barn from 10 yards.

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What a joke of a Tight End! What a key drop in the end zone and it happends every week

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Looks like Troy Williamson's hands are still playing for the Vikings.

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What Chilli and the other coaches ever saw in this guy, I have no idea. Send in the rookie if we got one at TE!

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I do not think Shiancoe is a good football player. He can't catch and his blocking is not that great. Rotate Garret Mills and Jimmy K.

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Is that a drop in the end zone two weeks in a row now? 4 more points equals a Vikings win.

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What Chilli and the other coaches ever saw in this guy, I have no idea. Send in the rookie if we got one at TE!

His salary last year was $1,100,000.00 with a signing bonus of

$5,000,000.00!!!!! crazy

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For cryin' outside, Badger... rub rub rub it in our faces why don't ya. wink

Fire Childress, then cut Shaincoe, then bench TJack.

Yes, it's that easy.

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Let's see some more of Garrett Mills! He has looked awesome, especially compared to Shiancoe

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For cryin' outside, Badger... rub rub rub it in our faces why don't ya. wink

Fire Childress, then cut Shaincoe, then bench TJack.

Yes, it's that easy.

The Packers have overpaid a lot of players as well! Remember Tony Mandarich? Not Good!

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what stinks is Ben Utecht, from the U and from Minnesota really wanted to come here from Indy. instead he signed with Cinci. He has glue fingers instead of Shiancoe's butterfingers

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Let's see some more of Garrett Mills! He has looked awesome, especially compared to Shiancoe

the highschool TEs looked great compared to shainco....

but I'm not taking anything away from mills smile

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Whats your opinion on Klinesaucer. I always thought he was a good player but since child got here he has been passed by.

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Fumble prone and way way way over paid!!!!

Good blocker, not a very good receiver IMO.

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At this point he'll pass Braylon Edwards for most drops in the league.

He should be sitting with Jackson.

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Good to see he dropped another caught ball already.

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How do you like me now?

He just wasn't used to good passes thrown his way. wink

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I'm glad he finally caught a TD. Still want to see more Mills though.

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