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Friday Injury Report: Favre Questionable

Posted by Mike Wobschall on October 29, 2010 – 3:28 pm

QB Brett Favre (ankle/foot) was a limited participant in practice on Friday, a step forward after missing both Wednesday and Thursday, and has been listed as questionable by the Vikings on the Friday injury report. T Chris DeGeare (ankle) and CB Lito Sheppard (hand) were also listed as questionable after practicing on limited basis Friday.

Everyone else is listed as probable for the Vikings on Friday’s report, including S Jamarca Sanford (not injury related) and G Steve Hutchinson (quadriceps), C John Sullivan (calf) and DT Pat Williams (quadriceps), who were all full participants in practice for the first time on Friday. You can read the full injury report by clicking here.

New England has already ruled out S Jarrod Page (calf) and RB Fred Taylor (toe). Everyone else, with the exception of QB Tom Brady (right shoulder – probable) is listed as questionable.


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131 Responses to “Friday Injury Report: Favre Questionable”

  1. By Pat the Vikings on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    When other Teams know Brett is not 100% they come at him HARD and FAST and they DO go after the injured area

  2. By London x on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Ok Pat, if Bretts injuries are a target, than why would they not target Tjokes inability to read defenses, hes inability to find open recievers, his inability to shake off the free safety, his inability to shake off pressure, his inability to pick up blitze packages, why would they not exploit his inexpierence, why would they not exploit his lack of confidence, why would they not exploit his lack of accuracy. With all that said think about it, what kind of day will AP have, the Pats have no respect for tjoke and your gonna let the best RB in the league get drilled, or maybe injured. I hope they start tjoke, the vikings will lose big and tjoke and childress are finished. Iam sick and tired about you morons telling us intelligent people how good tjoke is. He could not start for a top 10 college team, he has no leadership skills, and looks confused all the time.

  3. By FloridaFan on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    wow londonx tell us how you really feel! TJ is a good back up. I agree with your analysis of his ability. He can play welll if the vikings have a good lead. He can’t carry a team or bring a team back. The vikings have had a lot of issues this year, not just Brett’s int’s, I don’t see TJ overcoming the teams short commings not to mention the bad officiating. they are getting close to playing well. The nfc is wide open so they can still win the division. I’ve seen Brett play with this injury before. I expect him to play and have his best game of the season.

  4. By purplehaze on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    news flash, brett will start, gimpy and all, both lines will beat their man off the ball, and we’ll pound major tom, perhaps do a romo on him, ap will run wild, and all will be well in vike land come monday.. even if t-bone gets in the vikes will rise to the occassion and prevail in the end…

  5. By PAUL M. on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    OK, Mike Wobschall SET OFF A FIRESTORM IN HIS Post on October 28, 2010 – 10:04 am: “A Look Inside New England’s Trenches” ABOUT 1/3 OF THE WAY DOWN THE LIST.

    FIRST OFF MIKE, WHILE I UNDERSTAND YOUR GREAT APPRECIATION OF BRAD CHILDRESS, I RESPECTFULLY DISAGREE. I BELIEVE THAT AMONGST THE NFL’s HEAD COACHES AT LEAST 30% – IF NOT MORE – ARE “GLORIFIED ASSISTANTS”. COACHES SUCH AS DENNIS GREEN AS WELL AS SEVERAL OF OUR PAST HEAD COACHES ARE INCLUDED IN THAT CATEGORY. AND YET WE’VE LET OUTSTANDING SUPERBOWL CALIPER COACHES GET AWAY FROM OUR ORGANIZATION — ALL THE VIKINGS FANS DESERVE A CHAMPIONSHIP BY NOW!!

    I’D LIKE TO REPEAT MY VERY SIMPLE FORMULA FOR SEPARATING AN AVERAGE COACH FROM A GREAT ONE:

    FIRST YOU SEE THE TEAM YOU HAVE ON PAPER – AND YOU GET A PRETTY GOOD IDEA OF WHAT THEIR ABILITY TO ACHIEVE SHOULD BE.

    WELL, A SOLID HEAD COACH ACTUALLY GETS HIS TEAM TO PERFORM THE WAY THEY SHOULD ON PAPER.

    NOW THE GREAT COACHES, SUCH AS PARCELLS, COWHER, WALSH AND BELICHICK – WELL THEY ACTUALLY GET THEIR TEAMS TO CONSISTENTLY PERFORM AT A HIGHER LEVEL THAN THEIR “ON PAPER EXPECTATIONS”. EVEN THE 2nd AND 3rd STRINGERS PERFORMED WELL UNDER THEM.

    I WOULD ALSO ADD THAT MANY OF THE ASSISTANTS UNDER A GREAT COACH LIKE WALSH GO ON TO BE VERY EFFECTIVE, LIKE MIKE HOLMGREN, WHO ASSISTED FOR BILL WALSH — OR BELICHICK UNDER PARCELLS.

    THE ONLY CAVEAT IS THAT NO ONE CAN ACCOUNT FOR INJURIES, ETC.

    NOW I LOOKED AT OUR VIKINGS ON PAPER AND ALL I COULD SEE WAS THE LOMBARDI TROPHY BEING HOISTED UP HIGH BY BRET, ADRIAN, JARROD AND THE GANG OF PURPLE & GOLD.

    BOY, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL SIGHT IT WOULD BE — AT LEAST ON PAPER !

  6. By vikesuck on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    what r u smoking? pats 26 game home winning streak will continue. there is no way they let moss come back to beat them. it would be funny if Brent doesn’t start, and it was the Packers that stopped his streak.

  7. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    d!<ksucker-Yeah that is hilarious. We will see you is laughing when the pack comes to Minnesota.

  8. By vikesuck on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    twvike. it is “we will see whom is laughing” moron

  9. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    d!<ksucker- That we will,IDOIT

  10. By VAvikefan on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Man…i want tarvaris to start because he worked his tail off this week taking all of the first team reps and is better rehearsed than brett. If brett plays he’ll be out there throwin the ball around trying to make something happen and will consequently turn the ball over too many times. Im not a favre hater but i cant take another loss at the hands of favre and his pain, immobility, and bad decision making

  11. By PAUL M. on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    I JUST WANT TO ADD THIS TO MY POST ABOVE MIKE WOBSCHALL:

    IF BRAD CHILDRESS IS AS GOOD AS YOU SAY HE IS, THEN HE MUST WIN THIS SUNDAY SIMPLY BECAUSE THE CONSENSUS OF THE PROFESSIONALS’ OPINIONS IS THAT NEW ENGLAND IS IN “RE-BUILDING” MODE WHILE OUR TEAM WAS ONE SNAP AWAY FROM THE SUPER BOWL!!

    BY THE WAY MIKE, I NEVER WANTED BRAD AS OUR HEAD COACH, AS ALL OF MY FRIENDS WHO ARE GIANTS & JETS FANS CAN ATTEST TO.

    AND BY THE WAY MIKE, ANOTHER HALLMARK OF A GREAT COACH IS THAT HIS TEAMS WIN THE BIG “MUST WIN” GAMES. THAT’S WHAT WE HAVE THIS WEEK.

    I’LL BARELY GIVE CHILDRESS A PASS ON DALLAS (BECAUSE OF THE HEROICS OF E.J.) — BUT I BELIEVE THAT EVERY VIKINGS FAN EXPECTS NO EXCUSES FOR THIS WEEK. A MUST WIN!

  12. By Jones on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    I’m a favre fan and his clutch plays but sick of turnovers and him costing us games, I haven’t seen tj play much so I can’t really say maybe he improved since last time who knows but I do know tj will escape the pocket and make plays with his legs if nobody is open. Favre is taking a beating because teams know he can’t escape the pocket so they just blitz rattle him and he will turn the ball over. It’s time for a change it will be either good or bad but eventually favre will retire after this year anyways.

  13. By flashyfootball on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    They couldn’t beat the 3-3 packers when Favre was healthy(er). Now and Injured Favre will beat the 5-1 Pats? (Maybe if the injury improves his focus/drive.)

    If Favre doesn’t come out smokin, I’d say put Tarvaris in. If hes not smoking (he should be motivated to play well with all the bench time hes had) put Webb in and have some fun. They could do so many cool wildcat plays with Webb Harvin and Moss.

    This would be fun:

    Webd fakes to Peterson, then hands it to Harvin. Harvin tosses in to Moss in the backfield. Moss throws a screen pass to Webb who runs for a touchdown.

  14. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    PAUL M> Mike W. is related to Chilly !!!! if Chilly gets fired Mike W. is out of a job too !!!!!!!!.. great posts Paul !!!

  15. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Chilly<<<>>>>>< couldn't even coach a college team without getting fired within a year !!!!!!!!!!!

  16. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Mike W doesnt know his A$$ from a hole in the ground. He is a bleeding heart Pv$$y. How many losses does it take before he pulls his head out of his BUTT?

  17. By PAUL on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    TWVIKE and fire chidress are you guys twins?

  18. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Paul…………..GO F$%^ YOURSELF………………….OLD SCHOOL IS IN THE HOUSE ALONG WITH TWVIKE, FIRE CHILDRESS, ROCKSALT, AND THE REST OF THE CREW!

    WE HAVE BEEN TELLOING IT LIKE IT IS ON THIS BLOG SINCE AND BEFORE THE SEASON STARTED!

    AS THE IMMORTAL JACK NIC SAID, “YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH!” “YOU NEED US ON THIS BLOG….YOU WANT US ON THIS BLOG!”

  19. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    BIATCH !

  20. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    PAUL-Brothers from different Mothers that are tired of watching this teams great talent being pi$$ed away.

  21. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    We thought last Sunday night was a must win…………………….THIS SUNDAY IS THE SEASON AND COULD BE ALOT OF PEOPLES JOBS ON THE LINE!

    CHILDRESS, YOU IDIOT, GROW SOME STONES………BETTER YET, HERE IS A PRESCIPTION, ITS FOR A PAIR OF NUTS…GET TO CVS AND FILL THAT MOTHER F$%^%$ NOW!

  22. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Thanks for having my back!

  23. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Paul, I don’t know how you do it, your wife talks way to much after sex! You can keep her!

  24. By gottarush on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    IThe NFL admitted they blew the call on Shanks TD. NBC doesn’t show the replay in time for the Viks to challenge the packers first TD. Childress should have challenged anyway, as McCarthy did on Shanks T.D.

    According to the NFL channel, all the refs in the league got a conference call this week, and were told to shape up and stop blowing calls.

    The Vikings should have won the game., needing no more than a field goal at the end to win.

  25. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Sundays game is so much more than a must win………….if we don’t walk out of New England with a W…………the FAT BI$%^ WILL BE SINGING!

  26. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    We should of, could of, might of, maybe if, what if, WHY? Childress in the real world couldnt hold a job at Taco Bell. Refs blow call, we are still 2-4. Instant replay is a Fv<king joke just like our Dead-Headed Coach.

  27. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    old school takes it to the house—touchdownnn–the only thing i’m happy about this year is that the Dallas Cowboys are 1-5. hated the Cowboys with a passion since age 5. if Chilly blows this next game we need to boycott him !

  28. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    chilly uses the red flag as a snot rag. he doesn’t want to throw it and get his snot flem all dirty

  29. By Bruce on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    fire, you crack me up lol

  30. By Guest on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    We wont make it to the playoffs, I was hoping a good start but another typical vikings year high hopes with nothing to show for. Its a joke how talented of a roster we have and can’t even win games. All it takes is turnovers and poor coaching what a waste of a talent. There is no excuse for this wilf wake up and get this thing fixed. I will always be a fan but don’t have high hopes for this team they will disappoint you. Too bad we wont stop patriots passing attack brady will slice this defense like bread, no coach the defense is a basic coverage only rushing 4 haha good luck against brady he can probably take a nap wake up and still make his throws. New coach, offensive coord, defensive coach our defense is taking a step backward for some odd reason. If you cant beat the jets patriots and packers it shows that we are not capable of being a good team, beating the lions and cowboys sure proves a lot.

  31. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    yes, it’s a shame that our whole season rides on a New England win. he always have problems with New England too. Chilly put us in this situation with his sub-par coaching. too bad we didn’t fire him last year. all the good coaches will be gone with Wade Phillips getting replaced and Norv Turner getting the boot also. let Frazier take over if Gruden and Cower are not available.

  32. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Pretty soon Bud Grant is going to have enough, come back and lead the Vikings once again, just as he did after Les Steckels 3-13 season. I wonder what Bud thinks of Brad?

  33. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    i wouldn’t be surprised to see Bud grant come back to coach if Chilly gets fired after a possible New England loss. i think Bud could do it, even at 88 years old. he might have some left in the tank to coach 9 games. players would love that !!!!!!!!!!

  34. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Power of positive thinking, when Childress gets fired!

  35. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    i think Bud Grant could inspire the players to win the last 9 games !

  36. By vikesuck on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    twvike. stop whining about the refs you loser.

  37. By TWVIKE on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    d!<ksucker- You must be a Pe<ker Puffer fan. Good luck with that.

  38. By mossforlife on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    This madness will be over shortly, many of us want to see and watch football without all the drama. It’s like many ignore the fact that we are 2-4 on the brinks of finally being elimated from playoff contention already. A team eliminated before the first half of the season is not good. Once eliminated the camaras will be off the Vikings. This reminds me of Carolina allowiing Delhomme to lose their season. If the Vikings lose with a 50 percent Brett at the helm, blank will hit the ceiling with real viking football fans. Not to mention that Childress aways preaching placing the best person in to give the team a chance to win. All I know is this: Wer’e 2-4, the starting QB is injured and has very limited reps if any since last Sunday. The backup practiced and has had most of the reps all this week. To me regardless who’s the QB the odds are better with one that been throwing to the recievers for a week verses one who has not. Timing, candance count, handoffs, pass protection are all effected. I think we have been seeing this all along but it wasnt recognized. Overall Tavaris has had more snaps since the beginning of the season except the actual games. 2-4 is a product of a offense playing with two QB’s one at practice and one in games. Your call Chilly. A loss by either QB will put the Coach under fire, though with Brett it will have a lasting effect. Because when its all said and done, one of the most talent teams wasted the season due to the lack of adjustments when needed. Adjustments should have been implemented at 1-3 the 1st quarter of season. Reality has not yet set in, and if and when it does, this team will be devastated. There will be nothing to play for except personal records and jobs.

  39. By fire childress on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    i agree. this offseason i was so looking forward to this football season, deep down i knew we had a great chance of finally winning a superbowl, i even had a dream about about ground being broken on a new stadium. now, with a head coach who is clueless on how to manage a game and with no clock management and a refusal to challenge plays, and bad game-planing and bad calls, we now sit at 2-4 with the season totality slipping away with a New England loss. just hoping they hire Bud Grant as a intern coach if we lose to New England. Chilly mostly by himself, has managed to throw this soon to be ending season down the s hit h ole

  40. By vikesuck on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    twvike: that would be 12 time world champion Pe<ker puffer fan…how many has your team won?

  41. By Duane N on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Pass rush needs to do something this week. They are almost more disappointing than Favre being back in idiot mode.

    Brady is gonna slice us up. Belichek is smart so I expect the Pats to not run much. 5 yard pass all day.

    Might be a good idea to handoff to Harvin more than once.

    The Tjoke stuff is hilarious. Yes, Jackson is nothing special, but Favre is done. The picks Favre threw last week were pathetic. The one when he tried to hit Berrian across the middle was so bad. Pick 6 was an abortion. The ankle injury is making people forget that his arm is messed up also. 2 or 3 great throws a game are not worth 3 picks and a fumble or two.

    Have nothing against Favre, last year was great, but the Vikings need to see if Jackson is worth anything at all. Bench him, Peyton Manning is gonna take all the records anyways, so who cares.

  42. By Duane N on Oct 29, 2010 | Reply

    Does Childress have a phone on him during games? Someone needs to buzz him and tell him when he needs to challenge a play.

  43. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    his people upstairs can buzz him on a challenge call. like i said before, everyone working upstairs are the people Chilly brought here when he became the head coach, so it’s all on him

  44. By Dr0wssap on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    What difference does it make if Favre plays or not. The Vikings are going to lose anyway. I mean really if Favre plays he will throw a few interceptions, Chilli will start crying, all you Viking faithful will start bawling again. Chilli will end up with another fine. You all will point your greasy fingers at the refs and the whole nation will have to put up with another week of listening to the biggest bawl babies in the NFL. Why not forfeit the game and just stay home? #1 You will save face by not getting trounced by the Patriots. #2 Chilli will save a bit of cash. #3 You sorry excuse for Viking fans will not have to send the wife to the store to buy another case of Kleenex to dry up all those tears and most of all #4 The whole country will not have pity the state of Minnesota for another week.

  45. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    DrOwuss- I just sent your wife to the store to get a case of beer and another box of condoms. That is a good woman, you might try knockin the dust off it once in a while! Oh, by the way, Vikings are going to win Sunday.

  46. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    d!<ksuck-12 time Pe<ker Puffing Champion, WOW, you jaws must be sore.

  47. By Vinnie on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    die hard Vikings fan, but I’ve lost all confidence in this coaching staff/team I’ve never been so dissappointed in my entire life. If we lose tomorrow its time to start getting ready for the next 3 years of breaking our roster apart and another rebuilding era in minnesota… .or Los Angeles I mean cuz the Vikings wont be there in 2012..no fault of the owner the guys really wants to win..just has the wrong guys calling the shot..childress has 2 t/os with 40 seconds left in the 1st half and a big run by AP and a first down and you let the clock run out..that shows me that moron has no confidense in his team and frankly, he just has no interest in winning…the Vikings will win when childress is out the door…3 or 4 years from now…the next couple seasons are gonna be 6-10, 7-9 at best..probably worse than that

  48. By vikesuck on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    twvike. you are really a bright guy. be careful, your mom might take your computer privileges away.

  49. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    d!<ksuck-Thank You! No worries, I am on your moms computer.

  50. By vikingsfan4life on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    you guy’s kill me lol. look it don’t matter if favre plays or if Tjack gets the start either way NE kicks our a$$ why???? because for some reason this year the vikings just don’t care if they win or lose !!!!!!!!!!!!! sorry like it or not these are the facts and they show it in every game so far,for some reason this is not the same viking team it was last year same players other then chester taylor and yes rice has been out for the whole season so far but they brought in randy moss to try to help but it didn’t seem to make any help for us now did it………….and it sure does not help us with the 41 year old QB we have in favre he is all banged up and has more INT’s then TD’s already this season.bottom line here is if vikings lose to NE the season is over…it’s that simple like or not it’s the facts !!!!!!!!!!!

  51. By brettfavreisourteam on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    In 480 B.C. in Battle of Thermopylae the Greeks numbering 1,400 men led by King Leonidas I of Sparta held off a force of 300,000 men for 3 full days. Over 2 millenia later a man was born and took the name of Brett Lorenzo Favre. Over the course of 20 years this warrior has taken on 3,465 men with 315 consecutive games played and 11 defensive players each time. He is a modern day real life gladiator. Who is this Jackson fellow?

  52. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    vikingsfan4life is right, if we don’t make the playoffs this year, there will be alot of our players who will not want to stick around next year. i know Moss wants a superbowl ring. we can’t win with a coach who can’t fight for the whole 60 minutes. he’s a quitter and it is a very bad example for the team. i don’t want to spend the next 3 years watching a rebuilding team again (if the team is still even around, no stadium) 90 percent of our problems our due to coaching, if we lose to New England, show Chilly the door !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  53. By taser brad on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    The Pats are proven cheaters. They will have their spies, electronic ears and eyes… They will defeat the plans of the Vikings with this, only to realize too late that Brad always plans to lose. Vikings win!

  54. By 50 years of anger and tears on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I have to agree with Vikesfan4life. No matter who starts a QB on Sunday for our faithful 11 its hard to shake the feeling that we’re in store for another round of run up the score. Vikes Kick a field goal on their first possession it takes 6 minutes. The Pats respond in 4 plays with a TD To their new #84. Vikes go 3 and out and the route is on. The Vikes depleted secondary is gonna get carved up on sunday against the screen happy pats. This team has shown its ability to cover screen plays over the past 2 weeks. DOOMED I tell ya DOOOOOOOOOOMed

  55. By Chilly Fails on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I vote to bring back Brian Billick, after Chilly gets the BOOT! He knows how to run a creative offense, and a ring.

  56. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    i like Brian too, but will he leave nfl network for a head coaching job ?

  57. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    The Vikings have to play well as a team, that means both sides of the ball, offense and defense. The D needs to stop the other team on their side of the field. Dont let them drive the ball deep into our territory then stiffen up. Favre, who is going to start, needs to play ball control by moving the chains. Wear their D out, while keeping ours fresh. Jared you must get to Brady and knock him around. Tick, Tock, times a wasten!

  58. By coach on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Coach should refuse to kick a FG like he did at the start of the Dolphins game, so they lose..or refuse to challenge a TD like he did against the Packers, so they lose, or get off to a slow start game calling against the Jets and Saints so the team is 2-4 and not 6-0.

  59. By Bryan on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Hey Vikessuck if your such a Packer fan what are you doing on this website? Go back to Packers.com and continue sending your love letters to Clay “Fabio” Matthews. Yuck!!

  60. By taser brad on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Jackson will not try to do too much. AP will have his best game of the year. We will play them even most of the game. Our defense will make the difference. Vikings Win. Lets go Percy, Adrain, Moss, Shenk, and the rest. Keep the ball away from Brady with smash mouth football.

  61. By chaos on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    We are gonna own whether favre plays of not. remember rodgers backed up favre for 2 years before starting and throwing 4000+yrds. i think Jackson can do at least a decent job. look for AP to find some huge holes to run through. best running back EVER! 28 att. for 178 yds and 2 TD’s 3 rec. for 43 yds. Percy 1 punt return TD on 1 return {they will kick it out of bounds from then on} 5 rec for 77 yds 1 TD 6 car for 54 yds. Moss 2 TD 212 yds 9 rec. JARED ALLEN my man THE SACK MASTER. 14 tackles {7 for loss} 1 int. 4 forced fumbles 7 SACKs 1 fumble recovery 1 DEF. TD. The rest of the D combines for 12 sacks {19 total} 2 TDS and 4 int. on sack number 5 Jared Allen kills Tom Baby—i mean Brady! LETS GO VIKINGS!

  62. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Chilly knows his job is on the line Sunday. lets see if he responds with a win, if not- i’m sure he knows what’s coming. i think the players realize how big this game is, they will play at a high level.

  63. By vikesuck on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    twvike: what great insight, but you forgot about special teams. should the kicker kick the ball between the goalposts and the punter kick the ball far? they should play as a team as well. Are you an assistant coach?

  64. By vikingsfan4life on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    ya well they better play better then they have in the last 6 games or it’s lost #5 and i just don’t see them pulling it 0ff this season at 2-5 period !!!!!!!!!!!!!! i don’t care if we have the packers and bears in our div…………NOT GOING TO HAPPEN WITHOUT A WIN AT NE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  65. By Z on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Let’s face it, Favre isn’t going to get us to the playoffs with his injuries and the way he has been playing. Favre is not the future of the organization. Jackson needs to start against Pats and the games after. Beating NE will be tough no matter who starts at QB. Jackson gives us the best chance to get to the playoffs while determining, once and for all, if he is the future of the organization. Start Jackson!!!

  66. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    d!<ksuck- No I am not a coach. Also, the punters services will not be needed Sunday. We will go for 2 and Webb will kick off for us.

  67. By vikingsfan4life on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Z i agree but they won’t favre will start at NE watch and see ~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  68. By Chilly Fails on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Knowing Chilly he will find atleast 3-4 different ways to lose, he always does.

  69. By vikesuck on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    New England 35. Vikings 10.

  70. By Guest on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    We find ways to lose because of favre he is turning the ball over second person to blame is chilly but it has more to do with qb I can see why the fudge packers let him go.

  71. By chaos on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    who is Vicky? and why do you hate her so much?do you discriminate all people by the name Vicky or just 1 in particular? Is it your parents fault for mistreating you as a child? is Vicky your ex? Is it really spelled like that? do u have a IQ? NEW RULE ON VIKINGS BLOGS: U MUST HAVE A IQ IN ORDER TO POST. by the way, score 35-10 Vikings win.

  72. By chaos on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    To Vickysucks: we regret to inform you that your precious pretty-boy brady will not survive the game. We had a business meeting and voted 10-0 that Jared Allen out to put Beiber out of his misery.—I mean Brady. With 4:15 seconds left in the 3rd quarter Jared Allen will leap {sort of like Haynesworth} over your D-line and sack Tom Baby—I mean Brady—- and accidentally tear his head from his shoulders. He will get a 50,000$ fine and a 15 yrd. penalty for roughness and Brandy—I mean Brady—-will {much like a chicken} die after running around with his head cut off. Well, cheerio. We all wish you good luck in getting over your breakup with Vicky.
    — Commitee of Chaos

  73. By vikesuck on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Dear chaos. What has Jared Allen done this year to think he will get to Brady, much less jump over our line? Plus, how can you say you are going to drop 35, when you haven’t scored more than 24? Put Madden 2009 down, and get a clue.
    By the way, one uses “an” before a word that starts with a vowel. Talk about IQ.

  74. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    likestosuck- Well I say it will be 31-14 Vikings. If you do not like our predictions, go away. Surely a man with such high regards for himself has better things to do. Why waste your time with lowly Viking fans, when you could be spanking it to the Sears Catalog or kissing a cousin.

  75. By Rick on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    How is it that Childress is qualified to make the decision on Brett.

    First only Brett knows how he feels.

    More importantly Childress has personally been responsible for 2 losses.

    #1) Not hiking a first quarter field goal against the Dolphins after lossing a yard on 3 down and 1 foot

    #2) Not challenging the Packer TD to TE Quarless when he obviously was bobbling the ball until he was on his back laying in the white out of bounds part of the endzone.

    In both cases the Vikings would only have needed a short Field Goal instead of a Touchdown on the last drives. Both times they got to the short FG range , but were down by 4 instead of 1

  76. By Rick on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    typo
    kicking, not hiking

  77. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    the Wilf family knows we would be 4-2 with a better coach. that’s why he will be gone with a New England loss

  78. By David on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Hey Mr. Vikesuck, before you play grammar police, try to learn basic punctuation yourself. After a salutation, such as Dear Chaos, you place a comma or a colon, depending on the recipient, not a period. Also, capitalize the name of the person you are addressing. Do I need to define “salutation” for you? Look it up. Patriots are in for a surprise on Sunday when Adrian Peterson runs for 175 yards and Moss scores three touchdowns.

  79. By Bruce on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Best case scenario, Favre and company light it up and go up by 24 points at the end of the thrid quarter. worst case scenario, Childress doesn’t learn from his OWN past mistakes and the Vikes lose again.

  80. By Bruce on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Best case scenario cont…and Tjack goes in for the 4th quarter to give Favre a rest.

  81. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    that hasn’t happened for almost a year. would be nice, but could be a dream. we will see soon enough

  82. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Vikesuck- Your in trouble now David is in the house. Go ahead, keep correcting our grammer, I dare you. He will pick you apart, I know. Vikes win 31-14.

  83. By Gary of ClovisNM on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    The vikings should have won last week.
    Seeing romo and his big ego go down made my week.
    Now lets get after Brady the same way!!!

  84. By David on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I don’t see Mr. VIkesuck within a hundred yards of the blog. I do agree, TW, the Vikings will blow this team out. Mr. Vikesuck, I do recall the poetic justice a few years back when one, Bill Belichick, cheated his way to a perfect season, only to be taken down by the 10-6 Giants in the Superbowl. There will be a lot of surprise tomorrow after the game as the sports commentators dissect how the Vikings manhandled the Patriots. I looked at some of the teams the Pats beat–Bengals, Bills, and Dolphins? Seriously? The Jets creamed the Pat by two touchdowns– the Vikes nearly beat the Jets despite the fact the Viking offense did not play for almost three quarters. Pats are not as good as their record. Vikes are better than theirs. Simple. Blowout. By the way, the Bills gave the Pats a lot of trouble.

  85. By TWVIKE on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Jared will be a little jealous looking at Bradys goldie- lock mullet. Maybe that will fire him up. He likes to hunt, take Toms hair and add it to the trophy room. 2-4 sacks, 3 turn-overs, move the chains, & smothering special teams. 4-4 after we take care of Arizona. Then it is GAME ON!!!!!!!

  86. By James on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Close isn’t enough I can tell you we choke in big games giving them a million excuses wont help much. Tired of watching the superbowl without the vikings apart of it.

  87. By fire childress on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    good luck tomorrow, our Minnesota Vikings. since this ia a road game, i won’t be able to cheer for the Vikings in person, but will be back next week, in the same seat i’ve had for a very long time at the dome. that said, please give me a reason to cheer you on next week, and take care of business tomorrow for me and all the fans on this site.

  88. By Todd on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Time to start building the future. Let Webb play!!!

  89. By Rye on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I have to admit, I am disappointed that T-Jack probably won’t start.

    My feeling on Brett Favre is that he is not the same as last year because he has NO mobility anymore! Because of this, he can’t prolong very many plays and his receivers can’t get open.

    Fact is, no one knows what to expect from T-Jack. All I know is, I think he gives us the best shot at winning. I doubt he would turn the ball over 3 times a game!!! In fact, in his last 170 attempts, he only has 2 INT’s. Lets give this kid a shot to see if he’s learned anything after studying behind Favre.

  90. By DAVID4VIKINGSEVER on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I feel that the vikings are going to be fine, just wait and see.

  91. By Sue G Vikes 4 Ever on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Doesn’t bother anyone that Fatve said he would not have made the trip to NE Had he vot expected to start. He shouljd be there for the tean fo matter wtht

  92. By Sue G Vikes 4 Ever on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    Sotty 4 the spelling Guys. I believe in Brett, it just bothers me in that quote, I believe that Brett is our best chance , bur I fear that his lack of mobility will be our downfall. However, I believe in this team, and if we had a decent hed coach we will be contenders…..GO VIKES SKOL!

  93. By Sue G Vikes 4 Ever on Oct 30, 2010 | Reply

    I expect to see Farve to play great , I just didn’t like his quete” about him not traviling with the ” team” with them if he wasn’ntg foing to start

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

    chilly willy willy won’t
    go home
    but you can’t cause chilly won’t
    chilly won’t go
    tried telling everyone
    but wooo noo
    chilly willy willy won’t
    go home !!!!
    chorus

  95. By Just Win on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    @Sue G Vikes 4 Ever,
    You’re absolutely correct in not liking Favre’s quote about only traveling with the team if he starts. This is the most blatant evidence that Favre could care less about the Vikings or winning. He’s most concerned about his own streak and feeding his own ego. If he was concerned about the Vikings, he would be willing to sit as T-Jack’s backup and advise him or help him in any way during the game.

    As a Viking’s fan I don’t care who starts as long as we win. Unfortunately when our own QB is LESS OF A VIKINGS FAN THEN PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE ON THIS BLOG SITE, then why should any of us care about him as a player? As a result, I say we lose the battle to win the war. In other words, let’s all pray to God and hope that the Pats will injure Favre for at least a few games. This will allow T-Jack to prove he’s better for the team and after he wins a few starts, he’ll be the starter for rest of the season and playoffs, regardless of whether or not Favre heals.

    Go Pats! Break Favre’s leg if you can or hit him so hard that he gets a concussion. As a Vikings fan, I’d rather lose this game than to have an egotistical, selfish hypocrite as our QB.

  96. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    JUSTWIN, YOU ARE A SICK F* *K! YOU SHOULD GET IN A CAR ACCIDENT AND GO TO THE HOSPITAL FOR WISHING THAT S** T ON ANOTHER HUMAN BEING. YOU ARE NOT A VIKINGS FAN PROBABLY SOME A**HOLE PACKER FAN. “GO PATS”??? GO F**K YOURSELF!

  97. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    1) Chilly has not made the decision on who will start. He said it would be a game time decision. 2) That remark of Favre’s was just an off the cuff remark made to Ed Werder who has been know to take things out of context. Favre was just stating how sure he was that he would start even though he hasn’t got the word yet. He said “he wouldnt have made the trip if wasn’t going to start” It was a reply to assure Ed he was going to start for sure. And I don’t believe Favre would actually stay at home because football and those players mean to much to him.

  98. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    LOL, looks as though VIKESUCKS GOT David fired up! GOOD LUCK !

  99. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Not 1 news outlet….CBS, FOX, ESPN, SPORTS ILL. HAS 1 “EXPERT” PICKING THE VIKES TODAY……………………..

    WITH FAVRE AT THE HELM…………I’M WITH EM!

  100. By TWVIKE on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Busting Wind-I think Old School, David, Bruce, & myself should get together and break your Fv<king NECK! To go as far as wishing injury on our own QB is Fv<Ked UP! You need to exit your sorry A$$ off this site. You truly are a pathetic Pv$$y!!!!

  101. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    TWVIKE, let’s just hope there is a little magic left in that right arm of Brett’s !

    That’s all we have right now………..God knows Chilly is hoping so!

    I wonder if he would be sitting Favre if Sage was still here……HMMMMM !?

    Well, this is our season today, I think the Pack will lose to the Jets which would put us right back in it going into a Home game vs the Cards next week….we could be 4-4 with a turn-around on our season……………………

    GONNA CRACK A BREW – GRAB A CHIP OR TWO- PUT MY SEAST BELT ON AND HOLD ON FOR DEAR LIFE !

    SKOL VIKES!

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

    Chilly is questionable with a ego injury

  103. By David on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    6 hours to showtime! A beautiful day for visitors expected in New England today.

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

    fasten the seat belt tight old school, it’s going to be a long ride. the “no smoking “sign is blinking, put out the cigar, lol

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

    i don’t like Boston, they want 20 dollars for a meal, lol

  106. By TWVIKE on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Old School- I never thought that 4-4 would sound so good. It has been a very rough season for us. The way I see it, we will be at our peak right around the perfect time. Old #4s got to get us some scores. AP is going to have a monster game, breaking 2 long ones for TDs. Moss will get his too, with over 100 yds recieving. Jared will get 2-4 sacks and the D will come up with 3 big turn-overs. 31-14 VIKES!!!!!!

  107. By TWVIKE on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    What did you guys think of Just Wins comment about hurting Favre?

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

    i think just wins is a pucker fan. stay off our site, troll !!!

  109. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Had a Meat Packer Fan tell me at the gym this morning that Brett’s intials “BF”, stands for BUTT F$%^&^ !

  110. By OLD SCHOOL on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Had to hold back from laughing…………………….could not give him the satifaction!

  111. By rick on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Favre is a loser both on and off the field. Benching is coming, so is a divorce. Let the 41 year old has been sit, and put in any one else. The “championship” season is over. Its that simple.

  112. By moorevikes on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    tw the only reason i agree with just win is because i believe favre just wants to keep his stupid streak going. if i see him hobbling around making stupid throws and chilly doesn’t bench his @ss or he doesn’t let tjack have a shot then yes he deserves to have that ankle ripped off for being so selfish. jimmy j (fox pregame show) made an excellent point: favre is 30th in passer rating i think tjack could do better than that yet here we are about to let another possible loss happen because chilly doesn’t have the n-uts to bench favre.

  113. By Just Win on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    @moorevikes,
    Thanks for having the guts to back me up. We need more people like you and me on this site to look at the facts instead of just kiss Favre’s A#$. This latest comment to ESPN’s Werder isn’t the first time Favre has proven he’s more interested in himself than the team. Just a few days ago, Favre said that he expects to start and expects to play the entire game! Let’s see here, if you hobble around and throw a couple of Pick 6 going the other way, get sacked because you can’t move and fumble the ball to the Pats, we’ll see if that helps the Vikes or not.

    It’s very obvious based on Chilly’s comments this past week that he’s just waiting for an opportunity to bench that selfish, egotistical, hypocrite. Let’s hope it happens today, sooner than later, before the game gets out of hand and out of reach.

    Go Chilly! Go Vikes!

  114. By Frederick Jones on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    It’s the power of pinesoil baby!

  115. By TWVIKE on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    BustingWind-Anything beats being a pathetic pud pounding puke like yourself!!!

  116. By David on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    I wonder how many of the naysayers criticizing Favre were among the millions of Minnesotans who were begging, pleading, hoping, and wishing Favre would return. Have you seen some of the bullets he is throwing? Have you seen every interception in context of the game? A few were clearly poor judgment on his part, but overall Brett is not the problem. If he had protection and coaching that was tailored to the team and moment at hand, we would be 5-1 or 6-0 with Favre. Tavaris, I believe gets way too much bad publicity, but I can only remember how nervous he was in the playoff game against Philly– he had no sense of what to do. People that are saying Favre is a has been– where were you in August? Honestly ask yourself what side of the fence you were on then. Then take a look in the mirror and see what you say when your lips open– is it a moo? MOO. Herd mentality that runs with whatever is being broadcasted at the moment. I am still sticking with the experienced, war-soiled veteran. Favre and the Vikes are coming on strong today– Patriots are taking a beating today.

  117. By moorevikes on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    30th qb rating david 30th. i was hoping favre stayed retired. great season to go out on. i’m positive that favre is wishing he stayed retired as well. are all his turnovers his fault, no, but majority of them are. is he moving around in the pocket well enough to avoid sacks, h-ell no. is his body even 70%, don’t think so. who gives us a better chance of picking up a 1st down when it’s 3rd n 6, favre or tjack? lets see no one open, rush is coming: favre will either take a sack, or throw a bad pass that has a chance of being picked off. tjack can and will at least run to pick up the 6. 1st down chains move and we don’t have to punt, yet.

  118. By David on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Again, coaching, protection, etc. Drew Brees threw 7 interceptions in the last two games– would you bench him? Let’s just watch the game and see what happens. I do believe Favre should sit out just to heal — as a coach I would require it, so I have my best QB later when, hopefully, we are in the playoffs.

  119. By moorevikes on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    drew brees isn’t 41 and showing his age so no i wouldn’t bench. he also isn’t showing any signs of being injured. it would be stupid to bench brees, however, brett needs to be benched to heal at least. then give him a chance, if he’s still making stupid throws then he needs to be benched for good.

  120. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    justwin, you cant squirm your way out of this one! YOU ARE NOT A VIKINGS FAN WHEN YOU SAY THAT S H I T YOU SAID LIKE “GO PATS” AND MOOREVIKES IS JUST ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF A FAVRE HATER WOULD DOESNT GET THE REAL PICTURE. EVEN THAT NFL NETWORK ANALYST SAID THAT FAVRE ONLY MADE ONE BAD DECISION ON LAST SUNDAY’S GAME AND NOT 3! LIKE I SAID, SAINTS FANS ARE BETTER THAN TRAITOR FANS LIKE MOOREVIKES BECAUSE BREES THREW 4 INTERCEPTIONS AND IS TIED WITH FAVRE FOR TOTAL PICKS AND THOSE FANS ARENT SCREAMING FOR BREES TO SIT! AND JUSTWIN, YOU ARE STILL A SICK HUMAN BEING WISHING THAT S H I T ON ANOTHER GHUMAN BEING LET ALONE YOUR OWN QB FROM YOUR TEAM. GO TO THE PACKER BOARD OR THE PATS BOARD BECAUSE YOU DONT BELONG HERE!

  121. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    AND FAVRE IS PLAYING WITH WORSE PROTECTION ON TOP OF IT!!!!

  122. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    WHICH IS CHILDRESSES FAULT BECAUSE HE DOPESNT IMPROVE THE PROTECTION, HE RUINED IT BY GETTING RID OF TAYLOR!

  123. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    MOORESVIKE, FAVRE JUST LAST YEAR FINISHED NUMBER #2 IN THE PASSER RATING AND SHOULD HAVE GOT THE NFL MVP BUT MANNING IS THE MEDIA DARLING OF THE AP SPORTS WRITERS AND THEY DONT LIKE FAVRE BECAUSE HE MADE THEM ALL EAT CROW! BUT MY POINT IS, A QB DOESN’T GO FROM NUMBER #2 IN THE LEAGUE FOR THE WHOLE SEASON DOWN TO NUMBER #30 ALL ON HIS OWN! GET REAL AND SPREAD THE BLAME LIKE IT SHOUL;D BE SPREAD. RECEIVERS EARLY IN THE SEASON NOT CATCHING THE BALL OR RUNNING THE ROUTE RIGHT, INCOCSISTANT PROTECTION FROM THE O-LINE, BLITZ NOT BEING PICKED UP BY THE RBs, CHILDRESS PLAY CALLING, AND YES SOME INJURIES CAUSE BY THE PREVIOUS MENTIONED POINTS. SO I WISH YOU PEOPLE WOULD GET A CLUE AND QUIT BLAMING FAVRE FOR EVERYTHING WHEN IT’S CLEARLY NOT ALL HIS FAULT!

  124. By David on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Get to the TV– we can debate this afterwards– when we win, it will all be good.

  125. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Too bad Sanchez blew it with his throws, had a chance to beat the Packers.

  126. By David on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    YEAH– I thought for sure the Packers would lose– shocker.

  127. By Bruce on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    The reason APs touchdown stood was because there had to be irrefutable evidence to revers the call and the view was too close to make out. I think he broke the plane by a 1/2″ lol But at least that coach isnt afraid to throw the red flag….Umm hint hint

  128. By vikesuck on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    David correct this. Packers win!
    hahahahaha

  129. By David on Oct 31, 2010 | Reply

    Good job Vikesuck, you understand the score when it’s displayed on the screen.
    I see you have mastered third grade arithmetic. Thanks for translating for the rest of us.

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