Submit Your Monday Morning Mailbag Questions

Posted by Mike Wobschall on March 12, 2010 – 11:20 am

We’ll have another edition of the Monday Morning Mailbag next week, so don’t forget to submit your questions/comments.

To submit a question or comment, send an email to me at Remember to include your name and town.

We can’t post every comment and question, but we’ll respond to all of them.

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30 Responses to “Submit Your Monday Morning Mailbag Questions”

  1. By kenny on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    besides the 30th pick what other picks do the vikings have in the draft?

  2. By drew on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    I honestly think that we should seriously consider shopping bernard berrian around, we could work with sidney at 1, percy at 2, and maybe decker at 3 (if we are able to draft him), or jaymar, darius or greg there too. Does this seem like a good idea to clear salary and also get a pick(s) in return?

  3. By scot on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    why did the vikings let taylor go knowing that his play was crucial to the offense? what exactly is Lt going to do that taylor hasnt already done?as a die-hard viking fan im confused by the organizations decision{s} in this matter… personally i dont think Lt is a fix in this dreadful mistake by the viking organization!!!!

  4. By Alex on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    why does nfl network keep saying greg lewis is still a free agent?

  5. By MIke on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    Can you guys give us an update on how EJ is recovering? There doesnt seem to be much information about his status.

  6. By oatmeal on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    what do you think about the nfl wanting to change the overtime rules?
    me personally i think it should stay the way it is because changing it now would be unfair to favre and the others in the past that didnt get a chance too touch the ball,
    also has adrian peterson been working on taking care of the ball? has he talked to tiki barber who also had the same problem

  7. By Jerome Jagielski on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    I think going after T.O. perhaps makes more sense than
    L.T. Berrian has disappointed, one can not be certain of Percy from week to week – and if something happened to Rice – where would they be?

  8. By Sauce on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    Come on Vikings……When you lag you lose!!! Why are you being so slow in finding and signing Chester Taylor’s replacement?! The Jets are super WINING and DINING LT as we speak and before you know it all the nice available RB’s will be gone and then what are we going to do?! Rely on a RB in the draft and by the time we pick,all the good ones will be gone!!! If we want to be serious contenders,we have to be aggressive in making the Vikings better! I would like a answer to why we are so laid back in signing a RB to back up AP. Our division has seriously upgraded in the past week and we need to stay ahead of everybody else!

  9. By jbork88 on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    jets shouldn’t have even been in the playoffs. the colts gave it to them in the regular season.

  10. By PurpleNurple on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    The coaches are confident that if LT decides to go a different direction, Albert Young is more than capable of moving up the ladder. They have been impressed by Young’s improvements over his frist 2 years with the team as the #3 guy. As one of our draft choices from 2 years ago, I would be disappointed if he didn’t develop into some kind of real asset for the team. Sometimes the best choices are already within the organization, they just haven’t been given the chance to prove it yet.

  11. By paul on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    LT’S dilemma= sign with the vikes and hope Favre comes back or sign with
    the Jets who have there QB.

  12. By jbork88 on Mar 12, 2010 | Reply

    i agree nurple, i say forget tomlinson and give young a chance

  13. By GW on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    Nurple is right. Sometimes the best candidate is right under your nose. Some players react differently in games than practice.

  14. By Denny Bohl on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    What steps will be taken to help the offensive line. Do we need players, a new coach or both. They have to open holes for our running backs and protect the quarterback. That was the obvious key factor in all of our losses in 2009 & 10

  15. By G.Wordes on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    If Favre does not come back, what will happen to the quarterback position? I don’t believe the Vikings will be super bowl contenders with the two we have. And why did we get rid of Chester Taylor who was a solid backup to Peterson?

  16. By Bruce on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    Greg Lewis is UNDERrated. Did we sign him or not?

  17. By Coolio on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    All you vikes fans go to That is exactly how its spelled. PLease become a member. It is updated often and is the ultimate viking fan site. Other than here of course :)

  18. By rap99 on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    have we made any moves to improve the pass D, the O line, what are they waiting for?

  19. By rap99 on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    G.Wordes, you are correct, if favre leaves we are not contenders with the 2 remaining QB’s. I think Taylor wanted to have a chance to be a #1 back.

  20. By Jordan on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    What are the vikings going to do about safeties this year, and will EJ be back and ready before the season starts

  21. By Bruce on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    if Brett’s daughter Breleigh wants him to play you can bank on it, he will play again!

  22. By drew on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    With word that Brown’s QB Brady Quinn could be had for a feasible price, would it be logical to think that the Vikings could make an offer? Even if Brett comes back, having Quinn look on for a year could make for a great future for the Vikes

  23. By PurpleNurple on Mar 13, 2010 | Reply

    I agree drew – if we had any kind of bargaining chip for him I’d say that it is Berrian. We currently have 2 solid starting WRs in Rice and Harvin, and I believe plenty of depth in other needs to make Berrian expendable. The Browns are lacking a bit in WRs themselves, so very well could give this offer serious consideration.

  24. By Greg on Mar 14, 2010 | Reply

    I think the vikings should go sign T.O. than silver fox comes back

  25. By Tim dann on Mar 14, 2010 | Reply

    I say we sign westbrook trade #1 pick for Marshall or Moss make sure Brett returns and go win superbowl in Dallas.


  26. By Baronmech / Rochester on Mar 14, 2010 | Reply

    How about this PurpleNurple- teams that reach the ultimate goal of this sport(superbowl) have the personnel in place, the fan support,and a team that works with each other as one. the most important thing is they thought outside the box. Defensive and Offensive changes that the opponent has not seen before. for example utilize the five yard rule to jam the receiver. Our D-line could get to the quarterback had they had another second and a half to get there. i dont think touch and go is working…

  27. By Baronmech / Rochester on Mar 14, 2010 | Reply

    here is a question for all..Lets think outside the box again..Why is it that all the physical positions, lineman, backs,and receivers are all rotational positions except the quarterback? And yes I know hes the leader on the team. We had, but maybe will still have one of the best quarterbacks ever next year, and should utilize his exceptional skills as well as preserve his aging body. Rotate the quarterback position and let Travaris and our defense step up and get in the light to. We want Brett…

  28. By marcus on Mar 15, 2010 | Reply

    we should go for willie parker !!! don’t let him slip away! we can fix the O-line threw drafts and trades,got patch that up first to even think of a brett return? then there is the secondary problem that will be tend to in the draft as well! lets go to work vikings!

  29. By Dj on Mar 15, 2010 | Reply

    I think it’s best to try and get westbrook to join the minnesota Vikings, westbrook can make plays and run the ball pretty well

  30. By Dj on Mar 15, 2010 | Reply

    And I think Westbrook will be a good fit for minnesota vikings, westbrook can do screen play pretty well…

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