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FIRE THE COACH

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I dont know if anybody agrees with me, but Brad Childress's style of play does not fit in with traditional Minnesota Vikings type of offense. This is getting rediculous these piddly little west coast type plays, we need a quarterback that can actually move the ball downfield and a coach who can coach that style. I would rather have Tice then Childress on the sidelines.

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I dont know if anybody agrees with me, but Brad Childress's style of play does not fit in with traditional Minnesota Vikings type of offense. This is getting rediculous these piddly little west coast type plays, we need a quarterback that can actually move the ball downfield and a coach who can coach that style. I would rather have Tice then Childress on the sidelines.

I agree but T-Jack doesn't either, we need someone that can control the game and spread the offense AP and the D can only do so much

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Agreed, hate to say it but i'd almost rather have Gus out there, at least he has the balls to throw the distance.

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He has to go. He cant even burn a minute thirty of the clock.

And he is way predictable.

Would be nice if they would use the tight end more than twice a game. Use Clinesaucer he is proven to be a good player.

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This loss has nothing to do with the coach. It has everything to do with lack of a passing game.

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This loss has nothing to do with the coach. It has everything to do with lack of a passing game.

well it has to do with both, one sets up the practices, prepares his team and the players are to execute along with the coaches, so it is both coach and quarterback with the showing today sorry but I hope both are gone after december

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It's also his call on who takes the snaps wink

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Between the two of them, they don't have the brains to out think George Bush.

Time for both to get run out of town.

tweed

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Heck, I would rather have Denny Green- at least he always provided some excellent off field antics, oh yeah- he won a couple games here.

Whats Brian Billick up to??? Didn't he take a team with a great "D" and a shotty QB to a Super Bowl win???

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I am with Zamboni: We need the Sheriff back in town.

Drum roll; please !

tweed

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the coach has everthing do with it!!!!!!!!!!! Who daft's the player's Hmmmm? The coach, this is his team!!! Plain and simple bad coaching!!!!!

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It will be interesting to hear what he has to say how the offense underperformed. AP can't carry the team all season. Who is to take the blame. If we have to suffer another year of this when we were predicted to be a huge contender I think Wilf has to think about canning him. We have all the pieces except a qb and a coach. I heard somewhere that our line is made to maul over defenses because of our size that fits a vertical passing game and Chilly is trying to mold them into something diffrent with zone blocking.

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Bill Cowher anyone?

He wouldn't come back, he retired on his own terms, and I think he is happy with his decision. We messed up YEARS ago by not promoting either Dungy or Billick when they were here, Dungy especially. Billick probably would come here, and if the Vikes had agreed to give Parcells control like the Phins did, he might have came here. Schottenheimer was a proven winner as well (maybe not the playoffs, but regular season) and I wouldn't mind him coming here as well

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I hope something is done because i hate seeing a couple seasons wasted to develop a quarterback that may not even come around and you dont wanna start overworking AP

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This all seems a bit pre-mature to me...it's just 0-2 guys, if you had looked on the schedule before the season started and said we were going to beat Indy I would have laughed, and a game at Lambeau is always tough...we got a lot of games left, and we have played 2 very good defenses so far. Give Chilli at least till the end of this season, and if we don't make the playoffs, then I agree something has to be done

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I know nobody figured we'd beat Indy, but with a team as scarred with injuries as they are, and having a 15-0 lead at half, we shoulda won that game.

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Chilli has already been given time to do something with this team. Let us not forget last season.

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I totally agree, we should have won, and it's frustrating. But in both of our games, we haven't looked over-matched or inferior to our competition, we just haven't finished. I'm just saying give it a little time before rushing judgment at 0-2.

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Anyone know what the percentage of teams that start 0-2 make the playoffs? I doubt it's very good, but I'd be curious if anyone has that stat.

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Anyone know what the percentage of teams that start 0-2 make the playoffs? I doubt it's very good, but I'd be curious if anyone has that stat.

Since 1978, exactly 224 teams have (gone 0-2), and only 26 of those teams were able to climb out of that hole and make the playoffs. Only 11.6 percent of teams that have started a 16-game NFL season 0-2 have played a meaningful game in January.

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I don't know about making the playoffs, but they said only 3 0-2 teams have won the Super Bowl, last years Giants one of them .

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I don't know about making the playoffs, but they said only 3 0-2 teams have won the Super Bowl, last years Giants one of them .

So we have a chance? grin

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So we have a chance? grin

I guess. My glass is only half empty though

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