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WORST COACH / BEST COACH OF VIKINGS?

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1 Norm Van Brocklin

2 Bud Grant

3 Les Steckle

4 Jerry Burns

5 Dennis Green

6 Mike Tice

7 Brad Childress

I Miss Burnsy the Most! That guy really made me Laugh!

Luved it!

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Jerry Burns was my favrite, from him we got the Burnies bed time stories from KQ, they gave me something to laugh at on my way to work!

Although he is not my Vote for Best!

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My list is:

#1. BUD GRANT

#2. NORM VAN BROCKLIN

#3. JERRY BURNS

#4. TIE (DENNIS GREEN AND MIKE TICE

#6. BRAD CHILDRESS

# 50 LES STICKLE

Most Colorful coach is JERRY BURNS. He has a mouth on him that is R to X rating. I liked it and I laughed alot when he was here.

G.C.

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Hammer- The story has Grant recommoned Steckel to Mike Lynn they didn't get along to good Grant was kinda setting Lynn up we all how the season end up. Grant got big money to come back to coach and I belive to this the Vikings are still pay for gas for Bub Grant Trucks and cars.

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I loved the way Burns would get all p'offed when things were getting bad. A far cry from the uninspiring purple hippopotamus we found in Grimmis Green.

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no love for childress as the worst? without peterson he is a colossal failure.

clearly steckel is the worst and grant is the best, but childress should get some "love" for the worst, and burns should get some love for the best

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Grant was the best?

Not winning the big one with far and away the best talent in the NFL year in and year out.

Great guy for sure.

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