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Cardinals-Vikings Game To Re-Air On NFL Network Tonight

Posted by Ryan Cardinal on November 9, 2010 – 7:00 am

Fans can watch a replay of Sunday’s dramatic win over the Cardinals tonight on NFL Network at 7 p.m. CST as a part of their “NFL Replay” program.  QB Brett Favre threw for a career-high 446 yards as Minnesota rallied from a 14-point deficit in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to defeat Arizona 27-24 in overtime at Mall of America Field.

“NFL Replay” offers an exclusive look at the previous week’s games in a condensed, 75-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage, including never-before-seen camera angles and coaches’ commentary, combined with exclusive wired sound from the field, locker rooms and sidelines, viewers will experience the game like never before.


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19 Responses to “Cardinals-Vikings Game To Re-Air On NFL Network Tonight”

  1. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Lies have speed, truth has endurance.

  2. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    The 1976 Steelers started it out the season 1-4. They made the playoffs.

  3. By awrahn on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    The win over AZ resulted in the team coming to life and a no-huddle offense that I wonder how much chilly had to do with. At best, he needs to have a coach stand next to him on the sideline and tell him when he is making bad decisions. If he is to remain on the team his coaching role needs to be diminished to offensive coordinator while bevell and Favre work together on play calling and game planning. For what Favre has lost in athleticism do to injuries and age he makes-up for in knowledge of the game and that has to be used to the fullest for our advantage to win the remaining games.

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  4. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Brad Childress, 39-33 in 4.5 years in the NFL. .541 winning percentage, 2 division titles. He is a “proven winner in the NFL.”

  5. By awrahn on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    I suspect you are either family or on chilly payroll F Jones

  6. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    “Balding, can dance a little.” Comments by a critic early in Fred Astaires career. He put it on his mantle, and went on to become, “The Greatest Dancer of All Time.” HAVE YOU EVER SEEN HIS DANCING OFF OF WALLS! Amazing.

  7. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    awrahn, I am not against firing coaches. But I am against firing coaches when they have shown potential or are winning. It’s happened too many times in the NFL. Mackovic and Shottenheimer were fired in Kansas City, and the team suffered for it.

  8. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Mackovic coached 4 seasons at KC Chiefs, they made the playoffs and were 10-6 his last season. The next coach (Ganz) was 8-22 over the next two seasons.

  9. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Then Shottenheimer led the Chiefs to 7 playoffs in 8 seasons. They fired him, and the Chiefs have made it to two playoffs in the 12 years since then!

  10. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    It is just plain stupid to fire a winning coach!!!

  11. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Sylvester Stallone was turned down 1000’s of times before any movie executive would film his first “Rocky” movie. Rejection does not mean you are not good. Brad Childress is a good coach!

  12. By VAvikefan on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    I wont say he’s a good coach. Clearly he wasnt on sunday. that dry play calling along with the turnovers put us in that dreadful position to begin with. We didnt start playing well til favre took over in the two minute no huddle offense. However, i will stop with the fire childress comments this week to try and help keep peace for the big upcoming game

  13. By fire childress on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    sorry Fred, your thing you have about Chilys record has a merit. Wade Phillips had a higher winning percentage-34-22, and he was gone yesterday. last year Farve had the best year of his life, and he was calling his own plays. Chilly also cost us the superbowl with 12 men in the huddle. Chilly should of been fired last year. bring in Brian B.

  14. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    It is the PLAYERS job to know if they are supposed to be on the field or not. The coach cannot stop all mental errors. Firing the coach can work because it gives the players and excuse for how they are playing. In the long term it usually hurts. Examine the KC Chiefs record. Did it help to fire Mackovic, and Shottenheimer? Did it help the Chargers to fire Shottenheimer? These are not difficult questions.

  15. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    Alot of people hate Brad Childress because he was aloof his first year. They were just waiting for him to falter to start the “fire” chant.

  16. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    I wonder how Lombardi, Allen, and Brown would have done with today’s media? They would have had to change their style to survive, that’s for sure!

  17. By Frederick Jones on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    FireChild, why weren’t you all over us about getting rid of Childress this summer? I checked the June, July, August blogs, and didn’t see even one hater ad against the head coach!!! And I never saw your name.

  18. By fire childress on Nov 9, 2010 | Reply

    lets face it Fred, just as Lombardi wrote last week, Chilly will never lead the Vikings to a super-bowl

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