Submit Your Question For Coach Childress On ‘Vikings GamePlan’

Posted by Ryan Cardinal on October 26, 2010 – 7:04 am

It’s that time of the week again for fans to submit their question for Head Coach Brad Childress to answer on this week’s episode of “Vikings GamePlan.”  To submit your question, click here.

Vikings GamePlan presented by Sports Authority is the official Minnesota Vikings pregame TV show. Co-Produced by Vikings Entertainment Network and FS North, GamePlan airs on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM on both KARE 11 and FS North. Vikings radio Play-by-Play man Paul Allen gives viewers an inside look at what to expect in the upcoming game through exclusive Film Study with Head Coach Brad Childress. KARE 11’s Tim McNiff goes head-to-head with opponent’s media in the popular Media Matchup. GamePlan also wires Vikings players during the game bringing you closer than anyone else can!

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79 Responses to “Submit Your Question For Coach Childress On ‘Vikings GamePlan’”

  1. By Scott Kern on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    We have lost 2 outstanding coaches both who have gone on to win super bowls Tony Dungy & Mike Tomlin, With the way you have lost control of things, your poor clock management, your inability to come into crucial situations prepared, do you go for 2 or take the 1 point let’s burn a time out while I decide. Let’s come out of a time out with 12 men on the field c’mon man!!! Step down Brad let give Leslie Frasier the job he deserves before we lose him as well.

  2. By william teel on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    with such a great back as A.P. why not run more play action with 7 or 8 in the box i feel that will work very well. i think it’s time to give Tarvis a shot and let Brett heal.this is the biggest thing i’ve noticed, and i watch all the games.WHERE IS THE PASS RUSH!!!

  3. By Robins on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Why are you blaming everything on Brett? You didn’t challenge the packer touchdown that wasn’t one, Moss pushed off, then you just ran the clock out instead of trying again, Loadhold had a face mask penalty that pushed us back, the ref called Shiancoes touchdown not a touchdown, Percy came down on one foot instead of two to win the game……Brett with two fractures played his heart out and yet you throw him under the bus. He didn’t lose the game. You actually won the game but you had a ref for the packers. You should be saying how great it was to watch Brett and your team play so darn hard and fight for their team! Why are you blaming everything on Brett?

  4. By Dave on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad… You’re an idiot!

  5. By Billy Simkin on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Hey Brad,

    Just wondering what the process is for a Head Coach when the opposing team has just scored and you think that it should be challenged (Green Bay’s TD, this past Sunday). Does the call come form your staff upstairs? and if the other team is in such a rush to get the next snap off, does that ever send up signals that it is worth a challenge. Thank you Brad, I think you are doing a great job, Thank you

    Billy Simkin
    Niagara Falls, Ontario

  6. By Cor-XLVikings ! on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Quick- do your imitation of a deer caught in the headlights during a game, I love that one- it’s hilarious !

  7. By barry hudd on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    play toby gerhart more let ap get a rest.

  8. By Doug on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    What’s the good submitting your question. He doesn’t know what a game plan is.

  9. By lbcscb6 on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    There was a ton of interceptions this past weekend for alot of quaterbacks. It does happen even to Drew Brees. A good coach will never call out his quaterback in a press conference. Eli Manning had two back to back interceptions in the beginning of the game. Yes they won the game partly due to Romo getting hurt. The Vikings would have won the game if your coaching would have allowed that to happen. Don’t put the blame on someone else for the loss!

  10. By barry hudd on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    please play toby gerhart he would be as good or better than AP give him a chance. it is stupid to let a RB like toby gerhart sit on the side lines.

  11. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Corner backs, safties and the OL were deep positions in the first three rounds of the 2010 draft. We only took 1 DB and no OL. Very poor draft this year! from the 3rd round back… we have cut or gotten zero production from those guys. What happened?

  12. By Rick on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Chilly u practically had Bett abducted,and now ur questioning him. How is it helpful taking cheap shots. Are u that vain? COMMON MAN!!!!!!!

  13. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Draft management – poor. Game management – poor. Player management – poor. Sending players to talk someone into coming to work. Bad Call. My boss would be the biggest laughing stock if he sent co workers out to bring someone into work.

  14. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    you alone cost us 2 games now, a good coach would have us at a 4-2 record, you alone cost us the Miami game with your absurd 4th and 2 call to go for it in the 1st quarter and you missed the challenge when Green Bay scored and dropped the ball, and you gave up another scoring chance in the end of the 2nd half by letting the clock run out. please step down as head coach and let Frazier take over !

  15. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    PLEASE GO BRAD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. By rodney on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Robins you are right no one could have said that better. Brad you have slowly lost respect…instead of so much pressure on brett you should have done a play where you short pass to ap at the end of the game he would have went all the way..

  17. By bripco on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    How many times did you run up the middle on first down??Most of the time getting two yards.makes next plays a lot tougher.If you are going to be that stubborn about the run then why bother playing Favre?

  18. By Risto on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Childress I was wondering what spending $16 million on a loser feels like?

  19. By Rick on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    When we got Toby in the draft I figured all right some serious pounding comin up.but NNNNNOOOOOOOOOO!!!Brad u dont even act or look confused and thats scarey cuz actions speak volumes, COMMON MAN

  20. By Patricia Prince on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    We need Sage now that our opponents and the officials have successfully mained Brett. Why would you dump him? Tavaris stinks, he cannot think on his feet at all!!! How can you even think about playing him against the Patriots? He is not even better than the young man who is at the # 3 spot get over it!!!!!

  21. By Noah Zemke on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply


    Do you think that the reality of this season thus far (2-4 record) has caused you to use Brett as a Scapegoat? I mean if it were not for Brett Favre last season you would be selling popcorn in the bleachers this year. I understand Brett Favre is prone to throwing some questionable throws, but you knew that when you went down and begged him to come play for you. Bottome line: Trying to stack your team with all star players does not win championships.

  22. By Shannon Larsen on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    My Dad mentioned a time where the Vikes played two quarterbacks the whole game. Every couple plays they switched out and the opposing teams were always confused…no one knew what would come next, pass, run, whatever! Can we try something different? PLEASE. Also we acquired Moss back but when are we really going to use him? He does well under double coverage…can we keep him a bit busier? Run him up the middle and see what happens… And keep playing Harvin, and AP – he’s still THAT good!! Let’s get it rolling. We have some tough games coming up and I’d like to see us win a few. Come on team! frustrating…

  23. By sigg07 on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad you had vert bad clock management at the end of the first half. Then the bad call on not challenging the TD by GB what the ffffff are you thinking ? Ziggy can you please do something with brad.

  24. By SmileyStar on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Will Joe Webb be receiving extra snaps and practice this week? Can Joe Webb appear for his first regular season NFL game this sunday versus the Patriots, if Favre is unable to play?

  25. By fuadisgod on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    pl. throw on first down more often: I went to Jets game I don’t think there was a pass attempt on first down, other than initial trick play, until the third quarter. We have the best RB in the league but he can’t do it alone. We need an offensive game plan that might cause opposing teams to pause in terms of how to defend.

  26. By Jeff B on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    1- on offense, pro set with 2 running backs ( peterson, gerhart ) for max protection or use gerhart as a lead blocker for peterson to burst on the outside where his speed and power is an advantage. 2- more blitzes by greenway or leber and have henderson plug the middle. no pressure to opposing quarterbacks as the D line is figured out especially Jared Allen. Can’t pressure with 4 defensive linemen and expect the same success as last year. Rotate players both on offensive and defensive lines to keep them fresh. Use the wildcat formation T-Jackson, Adrian peterson, Toby gerhart even Percy harvin can get in the mix. Use the talent around you and rotate players to wear out the opposing teams and confuse them. The Vikings are too predictable on offense and defense, we need to play cat and mouse and out coach them..

  27. By Rye on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Why haven’t you benched Brett yet? He is obviously a MAJOR factor in the 2-4 record. 10 interceptions, 5 fumbles in just 6 games! Anyone Else would be benched by now! Plus, he is hurt.

    Lets get T-Jack out there and see if he is improved. I like the fact that in T-Jackes 170 attempts in 2008 and 2009 he has only thrown 2 INT’s. I am curious if he has learned to read defenses while learning behind Favre.

  28. By Justin on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Yeah, I have a question. What’s the problem with pressuring the opponent’s QB.? The defense did not do much to make Rodgers uncomfortable and as a result was able to march down the field during Sunday’s game. What are the Vikings going to have to do to throw Brady off his game?

  29. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Play action pass on 1st down will be open all day especially when you have All Day in the back field.
    Shifting Harvin to the RB and handing it off to him worked great. Chilly… here is a thought… maybe try that play agian?
    I can’t believe with all our talent we can’t put a great game plan together.

  30. By vikescot on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    The late pass play to Percy , he has that catch, in bounds and for TD if not for the illegal push before ball gets to Percy.Obvious pass interference and a total mockery of the change in rule where player can be pushed out of bounds after catching ball…..W H E R E is your RED FLAG ?????? Watch play on film and you will see Percy was P U S H E D before he caught the B A L L !!!!!!!! You as the HEAD COACH have to go to bat for your PLAYERS and FANS or have a Minion do this as OFFICIALS are taking gmes away from and dictating the outcomes…Letting OPPOSING teams def CHEAP HIT Brett and twist and crank on his ankle is pathetic and as unsportsman like what he went through in New Orleans in the NFC championship game last year!!!!! Next day the officials they call and appoligize and fine Def players for Saints the next day !!!!!!WHAT THE F – – – !!!!

  31. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad, don’t go away mad, just go away !

  32. By RALPH E. MANGLE on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    I am not blaming anyone.The guys are playing very hard but it is time to change gears.Winn or loose it is time to start TJack.Brett is not healthy enough to play the position. There are times when he appears to be moving in slow motion.Brett is having a hard time moving to his right to complete a pass down field(spread the defense).The defenses know this, so it makes their job easier. Brett is a sitting duck.It is time to use TJack’s athleticism.We need more play action to AP,roll TJack out of the pocket.Design a couple of run plays for him.Open the offense up.Keep the defenses off balance.

  33. By Anton puricelli on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply


    I am going to make this plain and simple start favre throw to moss.

  34. By Robert S on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    We obviuosly can’t pressure the QB with the front four alone. Does it make sense then to blitz a LB or Safety more often to at least disrupt the timing of the QB and force him to throw before he’s ready? Give any NFL QB time and even an all-pro secondary is in trouble. Sure we could be vulnerable if we blitzed more often but aren’t we just as vulnerable now?

  35. By purplehaze on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply



    C’MON MAN!!!!!!

  36. By Ulysses on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    I don’t want to be associated with the very negative tone of some people here who say you should be fired, but I do sincerely want to know what you and the rest of the organization is going to do to make sure we keep Leslie Frazier in MN? I have to agree that the thought of losing him to a head coaching position with another team is more depressing than the thought of losing a head coach whose hesitance and indecision has cost the Vikings victory more than once. Frazier is already “assistant” head coach – why not trade places? Childress is a pretty decent offensive mind but lacks the leadership skills for real success as a head coach. He’d make a great offensive coordinator and assistance head coach. (sorry, Bevell)

  37. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad, i’m sure they can find another coach who KNOWS HOW TO THROW A CHALLENGE FLAG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  38. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Can you imagine if we would line Webb up in the shotgun and have Harvin on one side and Peterson the other in the back field. Can you say wildcat option run attack. Quick hits up the middle or a pitch around the outside. Or the option for Joe to run… or throw it up for Moss to go get it. WHAT DO WE HAVE TO LOSE AT THIS POINT??? Do something Coach!

  39. By WTF on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad, most people in here are mad at you for the loss, and not making decisions that seemed like obvious choices to us while we watched the game. But what really hurt your image in the eyes of the fans was how you acted in the press conference. True leaders dish out the credit to supporting cast during good performances and step up and take blame for bad performances. You instead seemed content on dishing out the blame (mostly to Favre) for the bad performance, while actually defending the mistakes that you made in a vain attempt to convince us (the fans) that they were the right choices even though they resulted in a loss.

    So my question is this: Do you plan to step in charge and coach this team like a true leader, or are you content to keep on coaching in the dishonorable fassion that we saw in Green Bay?

  40. By Maurice Kenny and Joe Green Alcorn on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Lesle myself and Joe Green have been observing your football career since we all graduated from Alcorn good luck with the
    viking and hopefully you get a opportunuty to coach in the league, again good luck former Brave

  41. By John Barone on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    To Coach Childress- a few things: Thank you for taking Moss off the Pat”s hands-His skills have diminished, he only wants to run one pattern ( like the kid in sandlot games- “you go long”, he has lost his desire to go over the middle, and he won’t extend himself to try to make the difficult catch . Just think, the Pat’s gave up a 4th round choice for Moss, used him for 3 years and then traded him to the Vikes for a 3rd rounder—boy did ylou get a good deal!!!!

    . In regard to “throwing Favre under the bus” – a good coach would never do such a thing in front of anyone, let alone the national media. This is not to say that Favre didn’t deserve it, but…. and why is this fraud still the qb on your team??? talk about eroding skills, exploding ego and the entire “I’m Brett Favre” thing, what has he done for your team (or any team, for that matter) lately? With the exception of one SuperBowl win , his main claim to fame isthat he isstill playing at the age of forty??? C”mon coach -do what’s best for the team- get the “old riverboat gambler” on a paddlewheeler down the Old Miss and out to play in his Levis. Then while you “re at it look for another field of work for yourself— I hear the MacDonalds’ is looking for counter help.

  42. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    i think a good game plan would be to remove yourself from the sidelines for the good of the team !!!!!!!!!

  43. By Chance on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Why dont you use Joe Webb more?He’s got the speed and the ability to run, we seen that in the preseason when he just took off right down the middle of the field. Why not use him in the wildcat or something to give brett a break sometime. You know he’s 41 years old right?

  44. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Coach just so you know – Percy Harvin has 209 career yards rushing on 23 attempts.. that is over 9 yard avg per carry. Snap the thing right to him if you have to. DO SOMETHING WITH OUR TALENT!!

  45. By London x on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Childres cannot admit when he is wrong, poor leadership!! T-joke could not start for a division 2 college team. T-joke should have been traded and not sage. If Bret is healthy he will start. Childress needs to learn how to protect a QB, play calling stinks, start blitzing, stop blaming your players for your mistakes. Joe Webb is a far superior athlete than t-joke. t-joke cant read a defense. Webb in the wildcat is scary. Bring in Brett, in combination with Joe. Running out the clock at the end of the first half, reminds me of Dennis Green. I have watched just about all of Chillies press conferences, i have never seen A guy say so many words and say nothing.

  46. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Percy should be getting aleast 3 or 4 rushes per game!

  47. By Carl K on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    London I agree. Webb should be number #2 over t-jack. Webb, Harvin, and Peterson would be really be hard to stop in a wildcat formation. That would be a nice change of pase and it would give Favre a much need spell from time to time. GET IT DONE COACH.

  48. By Just Win on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad, I think you’re one of the BEST coach in the NFL. Your improving record each year proves it.

    I also think your ability to enable T-Jack to improve each year is equally impressive.

    You said on an interview several years ago that you believe “T-Jack is wired the right way.” Could you please elaborate in more detail what makes you think so?

    Thank you.

  49. By amy on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply


  50. By Just Win on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    I forgot to mention in my last comment that T-Jack’s increasing QB rating each and every year is proof of his improvement.

  51. By ben on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    …and we can’t forget Brian Billeck. Another ex-Vikings coordinator who went on to win a SB.

    We have lost 2 outstanding coaches both who have gone on to win super bowls Tony Dungy & Mike Tomlin, With the way you have lost control of things, your poor clock management, your inability to come into crucial situations prepared, do you go for 2 or take the 1 point let’s burn a time out while I decide. Let’s come out of a time out with 12 men on the field c’mon man!!! Step down Brad let give Leslie Frasier the job he deserves before we lose him as well.

  52. By aaron on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    brad start to use play action more, teams are so focused on adrian they wont know whats happening. put joe webb or even t jack in with the wildcat, percy, joe, and adrian would be a scary combo. blitz more on defense, put pressure on the quarterback

  53. By Bench Favre on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Stick a fork in the Vikings, there done. Who dat gonna beat dem Saints? I think it’s
    safe to say not the Vikings. The only team the Vikings can beat is themselves.

  54. By taser brad on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Have you considered shock therapy? Outside of the terrible well timed game changing calls we have gotten since the Williams’ took the NFL to court? (examples: the tripping call against Stealers when we were undefeated and scored. The phantom pass interference in last years champoinship game, the TD Sunday night.) I do not think I can root anymore for an organization that a corrupt league is against.

  55. By paul on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    When you can’t rush the QB. and can’t stop the run and your QB. is a turnover machine, its time for some personel moves.

    1. Sit Favre he’s hurt and this will give him time to heal.
    2. Bench Jared Allen, this will wake him up.
    3. Pat Williams take break you 38 and your playing like it.

  56. By TWVIKE on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad- What the Fv<K do you think about during a game? Why do you continue to take AP out on 3rd down? Do you know what the red flag is for?

  57. By Bob on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply


    Why did you throw me under the bus and blame me for everything? I was only trying to win the game for you. Thanks for dumping on me. We’ll see how upset you are when I deny you our weekly game of “hide the balogna.” I heard Randy likes to play, though.


  58. By Toddsterdomus on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Coach because you are my elder I respectfully must say that you are CLUELESS! How do you plead? Are you or are you not guilty of continual BAD decisions like in last years NFC Title game were in the last 2 minutes of the game and in feild goal range you FAILED to send in “Mr. Automatic” Longwell! for the WIN! And again last Sunday Night you failed to challenge the NON-catch by the Packers in the back of the end zone! Which was NOT a reception! You need to admit you do not have what it takes and resign! Make the Defensive coordinator the head coach NOW! And save the Vikings season! How do you plead?!

  59. By fire childress on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Brad, instaed of trying to blame Farve to cover your mistakes, why don’t you just man up and be honest and admit your mistakes ! you alone cost us 2 games now !!!!!!!!!!!!!! go away, we need a coach who knows the job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  60. By muscles911 on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    This game hurt !!!! Alas our protection, lack thereof, cost us a healthy Favre. I watched in HORROR as I seen our awesome D LINE STAND AND NOT RUSH WTF? I would play cause I could do that! IF IN DOUBT at all toss the red flag, the officials don’t give wins the next day. we WON that game! OUR TD counts plus their TD doesn’t and WE WIN! THAT IS A COACHES FAULT NOT FAVRE’S. WHEN A.P. get over 130 yds every game where is the PAP? Keep Favre in shotgun so he does not have to run for his life at least he will have a chance to move away from all the loose blitzers…WE WON THAT GAME! THE PLAYERS’ WON the Coach lost it! HEY EVEN BREES tossed 4 ints! So ints happen! BUT WE STILL, if well coached, WON! Grow some NIUTS AND USE THEM BRAD! PLAY IN THE MOMENT NOT after the replay!

  61. By Tony g on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Your are a moron when it comes to coaching. I guarantee I could manage a clock better than you. In fact a first grader could do it.

  62. By Tony g on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Come on Ziggy quit closing your eyes to Childress. He is an idiot and the worst coach in Vikings history. I prayed the Vikings would fire Tice, sometimes ones wishes should not come true. I can’t believe I am saying this but I would rather have Tice back than watch any more of your coaching.

  63. By jvernon21 on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    When does Sidney rice come back and why dont you run the offense better.

  64. By 4eversteve on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Hey Coach Childress… Just a thought but if you have any tricks up your sleeve you better get creative quick with the teams back up against the wall the opportunity to make the playoffs is fading fast. We need major improvement in all phases of play, the coaching mistakes that have been reoccurring should never happen. Just wondering you are big on grading the players performance after the game is over, but who grades you and the rest of the coaching staff. They don’t seem to match the intensity of their opponents. Maybe this staff is not very good at motivating players, We are getting sick and tired of Flip-pin excuses. Don’t feed us a bunch of BS just get the job done. If can’t get the desired results maybe they will get someone who can!!!!!!!!!

  65. By drew on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Why have a conservitive offense? Why have a more wide open offense where we could score tons of points. Back in 98′ we had the best offensive, why can’t we do that in 2010? fIRE OUR OFENSIVE COORDINATOR!

  66. By 4eversteve on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Watching Boise State on ESPN 2 tonight and in my opinion there coaching staff would be an excellent replacement for our current one that the Vikings have employed. Nice to see innovative play calling and great effort on every play on offense and defense. Everyone seems to discount and disrespect them, yet all they do is go out and win week in an week out no matter who the opponent is. Hey Ziggy why don’t you fly out to Boise Idaho and speak with the head coach and gauge his interest? Please!

  67. By Vinny on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    It’s easy to coach a winning team…it takes a motivator, strong leader and game smarts to coach a team struggling….sorry to say it coach but from the outside it doesn’t look like your able to handle it……I’m a long time Viking fan and this team is in desperate need of passion and fire to win and that’s part the responsibility of the head coach and staff to elevate the level of play on the field. Favre isn’t the answer or the blame….coaching is. I still believe in this team as I do each and every year and I hope that it turns around, if not accountability should be held where it needs to be…good luck.

  68. By preacher on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    When do we go to McDonald’s?

  69. By Do whats best for team! on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    We need a change Leslie Frasier for Head Coach will be better fit for team, better chemistry!

  70. By nitram on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Hank Baskett was signed to play football, yet he hardly been given a chance to play. If you do not use a player and then he suddenly has to come into the game, how can he be expected to contribute if he is rusty from lack of playing? Seems to be a waste of his talent.

  71. By 4 eva viking on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    JOE WEBB FOR QUARTERBACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  72. By chris on Oct 26, 2010 | Reply

    Play Jackson and Webb for the rest of the season bench Favre

  73. By Trish on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    How about throwing the bomb to Moss 10 times a game?
    You figure 2 TD’s and a couple of pics at the other end of the field is a reasonable exchange.

  74. By beck on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    I was happy to hear you tell it like we all see it on Monday night. You need to take back your team, and make Favre realize he is the QB, not the coach. He needs to be benched…his prima donna attitude is pathetic, and his actions are embarrassing. T-Jack is ready, he is a class act that has paid his dues and been beyond patient. With our season what it is, thus far, putting T-Jack in can only help the matter…things can’t get much worse. Favre needs to be put out to pasture, he is a broken down horse, with a diminishing legacy. Definitely not good enough to wear the purple jersey.

  75. By David Yusten on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    Brad after reading these posts. Manny of these comments come from clueless minds obviously. They can second guess you all day. You have my respect as a coach. I will only say be UNPREDICTABLE. Good luck . Viking Fan Forever.

  76. By mike on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    I don’t agree with the last few comments. Brad is the clueless mind. If you want a team to succeed, then you need to set up a game plan that is not predictable. By being predictable, your giving the other team a big edge and it makes it extremely tough to SUCCEED. Brad new what he was getting with Favre and to blame him on television is not what our team needed right now. I sit on my cough watching the game and I can almost guess which play is coming up next. My wife laughs when I get upset for example, not challenging the green bay touchdown or letting the clock run out in 1st half when we had plenty of time to run a couple of plays and get into field goal range. Again, do we blame everything on Favre. What about our defense or should I say what defense. I do agree that the refs weren’t perfect but let’s look at this situation honestly. By blaming Favre, you have isolated him from the team, created another controversy, and placed us in the basement with Dallas. I think firing you would only cause more harm but you need to man up for what you’ve done and have a team meeting. Lastly, I was always taught that TEAM meant all of us who play on the team not just one. You should have said we lost as a team because of multiple reasons. I think that your players would have respected you more if you blamed yourself first before you cast the 1st stone.

  77. By turf1212 on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    How do you like it when bad calls are made on your team? well welcome to the detroit lions world and bad calls you sure have gotten the calls to go your way for awhile doesn’t feel good does it Brad and Viking fans!!! Go Lions!!!!

  78. By turf1212 on Oct 27, 2010 | Reply

    How you liking farve now Vikings!!!!!

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