Yeah, strictly depth piece. Just saying if we have an injury we are not as thin at DE, as you initially were thinking.
Autry and Lewis would play more end on rushing downs in their rotation. Moving next to Buckner on passing down.
That's so true. When it happens, it is meant to happen. When it doesn't, it's not. Even above what players could control...
(That's not to be taken as excuse for some teams, but it's true for some great teams).
I think I know what you're talking about, that * escalated quickly....
I didnt have a problem with your initial statement, I knew what you were driving at. I can sympathize with with the fact that you could wish you had used different words though. That said, it wasn't nearly as personal, hateful, or damaging as some of the rhetoric it inspired.
It's a football forum after all and your initial comment should have been viewed through that lens imo. Unfortunately we're living through a heartbreaking incident, a legitimate tragedy, and tensions are at a peak nationwide.
I appreciate you "being the bigger man" (or woman idk you personally and thus it's a mystery). For whatever its worth though, apology accepted.
Out of the franchises that have never won a SB, to me it comes down to 3 teams that were the best = the 1984 Dolphins, 1990 Bills, and your 1998 Vikings. Those teams had would it took but just didn't finish. We didn't finish in 2005 but did in 2006 thankfully. I hate losing, when we lost in 2005 I even had my doubts we would win 'The 1'. Besides being great, it takes a lot of luck to win 1. Look at the Colts run in 2006, 5 Vinny FG's at Baltimore, come from behind win to beat the Pats after being down 21-3. It was just meant to happen. When Bob Sanders came back I knew deep down we were the favorites but the AFC was so deep that year I didn't want to jinx it.