Live Chat During Tonight’s Game

Posted by Mike Wobschall on September 4, 2009 – 6:59 pm

Check back after the game for post-game coverage, but for now, chat with us live during tonight’s Vikings-Cowboys preseason finale. You can get to the chat by clicking here.

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20 Responses to “Live Chat During Tonight’s Game”

  1. By Wobby on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    I think it’s time to put our starters back in! :)

  2. By Rick Pittenger on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    I can’t believe we’re trying to trade TJ – he’ll end up taking some other team to the big dance! Bretts a nice guy, smart, leader – have him mentor Tavarius a yr or 2!

  3. By Jason on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    just need T.O and i think this would be a super bowl team :P

  4. By vikingfan1955 on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    after this game I hope chilly will see we need to keep jackson.Sage did ok but not good enough to say trade jackson and booty he did nothing at all.So if we trade t-jack and favre retires next yr what do we have.sage and booty and if sage goes down our season is over.jackson did very well b4 he was taken out so lets see how many want him gone now.

  5. By Terry on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    Its clear, TJ is better than either SR or JDB. I hope they keep TJ

  6. By rap99 on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    what have you seen the last 4 years? TJ sucks! he has been in the bottom half of QB stats when he has played! STOP WITH TJ! HE IS NOT AN NFL QB!!!!!!! favre is a real nfl qb, we need someone to take over when he leaves, if we want to suck, have TJ take over again. if TJ was good we would not have went after favre. we have had poor QB’s for so long, vikes fans seem to accept it. TJ was one of the worst starting QBs in the NFL stat wise, when he played. ENOUGH!!!!TJ would not start for any other team! he would be 3rd string on the lions!!!!!!!!!!STOP!!!!!!!

  7. By MossforLife on Sep 4, 2009 | Reply

    This is just what I predicted. Your move Childress, Be a fool and jeopardize our team for not making a playoff run by getting rid of TJ. Bottom Line: Your experiments are getting costly. Everybody watching baby. Bottom Line Again: TJ overall outplayed his competitors “Overall” You been listening to too many TJ haters. Wake up! This is his team, he earned it last year, and now again with your experiments. Verdict is Out. It’s high possibility that about 45 million dollars (Sage & Brett) plus not going to the playoffs could happen this season” Make your move baby, get rid of TJ.

  8. By purple08 on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    sorry rap99, you’re an idiot. ever heard of letting a QB develop? they don’t develop overnight. TJ is easily better than Sage or Booty. give it a rest already.

  9. By purplehorn on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    I didn’t get to watch the game but saw the highlights. The Vikings are going to have to let some talent go this year. At least one good RB, a couple of OL’s, LB’s, and a QB. I wouldn’t want to have to make the calls this year. It is going to be tough. I think the Vikings should carry four QB’s. Favre may not want to play next year even though he has a two year deal. TJ is STILL doing the leap and throw. There is no excuse for that after this long in the league. It’s Chili’s call so we shall see.

  10. By RWvikes on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    Just because T jack looked ok against back ups, he is going to lead this team to a superbowl? I’ll never understand you people. Either you know nothing about how the position is supposed to be played or you’re just complete idiots. He always looks good in preseason which sets up a let down in the regular season. You people have a very short memory. I agree about developing the guy, but you have to stop after three years and no results.

  11. By Alvike on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    T-Jack has looked good against starters as well. He is not the QB that Brett is, but he has more upside than the other QB’s on the roster. He has shown development since coming into the league. He is a little slow to make reads, but that also leads to him having a very low interception ratio. I’m not 100% sure, but I think that the only INT he’s thrown since regaining the starting position last year was the one in the playoffs. Sage may be able to make his reads quicker, but he has a high interception ratio. The best scenario, would be for Schuab to get injured in Houston, and maybe they would offer our draft pick back to try to get him.

  12. By Alvike on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    T-Jack has been over-criticized, because the rest of the team has been good for awhile. If he was on a developing team, I believe he would have the support he needed to be successful. You also have to remember, he’s only played in 19 regular season game. If you look at it game-wise, he’s only just starting his second season. He needs more reps. He reminds me of Eli Manning. He was hated on for years until their defense won the superbowl. If you look at Eli’s stats that year, they wouldn’t be considered that great, poossibly even poor. Now he’s considered a franchise QB with close to $100 million dollar contract.

  13. By Alvike on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    I think Chilli should call his buddy, Andy, up in Philly, and make a deal. We cut JDB, and Philly cuts someone they want to keep, but may not be able to squeak by on the waiver wire; each team signs the other ones player, and then later on the teams cut those guys, so the original teams could sign their original players to the practice squad.

  14. By rap99 on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    PURPLE08, you don’t have a QB that needs to develop on a team built to win now. you waste all the other talent! RWvikes, i agree with you 100%. 4 years is enough!

  15. By perry on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    you can count 4 preseason games not a yyear it just 3

  16. By Canadian vikes fan on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    purplehorn, Tarvaris may still be doing the jump throw, but who’s the only Vikings QB who didn’t throw a pick 6 yesterday (besides Favre)? RWVikes, Tarvaris may have only done well against backups but those were the same backups that Sage and Booty played against, and they both threw pick 6’s and werent very effective. Tarvaris, with all that raw talent and athleticism, has one bad playoff game and suddenly we’d be better off with a career backup, “smart”, unathletic QB and a former USC started who really hasn’t shown much?

  17. By purple08 on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    thanks for the support of TJ guys. some people just don’t get it. i never said he was a superbowl QB. i just think he is our best option right now for #2 QB. he is better than sage… no question!

  18. By RWvikes on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    you know whats funny, I probably agree that he should be the back up. The problem is, if we dont dump him now,he will be thrown back in there after Brett is gone. Name me one quarterback that sucked for his first three years then went on to be a winner. I’ll give you Eli, but try and name someone else. Most backs dont tear it up their first season, but you see big improvement fast. T jack has not shown that. I’m not a T Jack hater, I just want whats best for my team. Win with Favre, then try and get one in the draft.

  19. By blacknblue on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    Would your boss tolerate incompitance for 6 months? How about 3 years? I don’t know why he was pulled after 2 games last year but my patience is at an end. Every 2-3 years it’s the same thing good RB lousey DEF. Good DEF bad QB. Never had all the pieces. It’s the same for a lot of teams I know but don’t let that 1 game in Arizona fool you, against a team that already clinched.

  20. By blacknblue on Sep 5, 2009 | Reply

    On the flip side Sage lookd aweful last night I never seen him play till then. Looks like he had no touch past 10 yards. Was it because he was working with 2-3 rd string? I’m glad I don’t have to decide who’s comming off the bech next year. It would be nice to debate this without name calling too. We are all on the same side here yes?

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