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    They might just think T Jack has more potential than Rosenfels. Favre might have trouble holding up this season, so next seems out of the question. Im not sure I like the move, but Im not an NFL GM.

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    I think getting rid of Rosenfels was a good move. They have Favre this year plus T Jax if they need him. Do they still have David Booty as well? They should be fine.
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    I don't think Favre this year will be the same Favre as last year. We will see though. Sage is an okay backup I suppose, but there is no upside. You pretty much know what you have and he's never going to be a top 10 guy as a starter. QB's like Sage are a dime a dozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ten View Post
    I don't think Favre this year will be the same Favre as last year. We will see though. Sage is an okay backup I suppose, but there is no upside. You pretty much know what you have and he's never going to be a top 10 guy as a starter. QB's like Sage are a dime a dozen.
    What's great for the Vikings is that Favre doesn't need to be the Favre he was last season if they have AP. The only thing they have to worry about is AP fumbling every time he goes for that extra yard.

    Great trade for Rosenfels on the Vikings side.
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    Seahawks get rid of Housh.

    Damn it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Getup and dance View Post
    Seahawks get rid of Housh.

    Damn it.
    He wasn't working out and no one was going to trade for him with that contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ten View Post
    He wasn't working out and no one was going to trade for him with that contract.
    We was still a good WR, I wish we would have gotten rid of washed up Dion Branch instead.

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    Im interested in seeing where Housh ends up.

    As for the Rosenfels trade, I think it was all on Chilly. The day Sage showed up in Minnesota, Childress was annoyed. The GM brought in Rosenfels and Chilly just seemed to never like him. I think the Vikes got rid of him because he had a much better pre-season than T-Jack and Brad Childress refused to name Sage the 2nd string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asn153 View Post
    Im interested in seeing where Housh ends up.

    As for the Rosenfels trade, I think it was all on Chilly. The day Sage showed up in Minnesota, Childress was annoyed. The GM brought in Rosenfels and Chilly just seemed to never like him. I think the Vikes got rid of him because he had a much better pre-season than T-Jack and Brad Childress refused to name Sage the 2nd string.
    I see a lot of Rumors for Chargers and vikings.

    I hope if he goes to the Chargers then they might trade away Vjax, which I would love him in Seattle.

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    Cowboys got rid of Patrick Crayton. Pretty Dissapointed about that. I am thinking either:

    Dallas or Green Bay vs. Ravens or Colts
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    Quote Originally Posted by ideeedit View Post
    What's great for the Vikings is that Favre doesn't need to be the Favre he was last season if they have AP. The only thing they have to worry about is AP fumbling every time he goes for that extra yard.

    Great trade for Rosenfels on the Vikings side.

    AP is so overrated to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan View Post
    AP is so overrated to me
    I don't know. If he holds on to the ball he can be a game changer.

    I would love to see housh in Minnesota. I think he would fit well.

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    Not surprised the Seahawks decided to get rid of a receiver.... They did just draft Golden Tate.

    I'm sure Housh will get picked up by someone who is in need of receivers right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan View Post
    AP is so overrated to me
    How so? Like what Ten said, if he can hold on to the ball he can be a game changer.



    Quote Originally Posted by Getup and dance View Post
    I see a lot of Rumors for Chargers and vikings.

    I hope if he goes to the Chargers then they might trade away Vjax, which I would love him in Seattle.
    Hopefully the Chargers pick up Housh. I think we only have to pay the vet minimum while the Seahawks cover the rest of his $7 mil. I can also careless if Jackson leaves or not. If Chambers didn't get injured i'm pretty sure Jackson would be our #2 still.

    I still don't have faith in the Charger's defense though =\
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soccerball View Post
    Not surprised the Seahawks decided to get rid of a receiver.... They did just draft Golden Tate.

    I'm sure Housh will get picked up by someone who is in need of receivers right now.
    The Vikings cut down to only 4 receivers, I bet they go after him. I think he would be a perfect fit on that team.

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    I like Housh a lot and think he will definitely help any team that he joins. Being a Panthers fan I hope we get him because of our inexperience at receiver. My guess is that he would go to a team like the Chargers or Vikings because both are definitely contenders. The Panthers are young and the third best team in their division so the playoffs seem unlikely.

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    Housh on the Ravens...
    Their offense is going to be sick this year. I might have to pick them to win the Super Bowl now if they don't have injuries on defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brjo555 View Post
    Housh on the Ravens...
    Their offense is going to be sick this year. I might have to pick them to win the Super Bowl now if they don't have injuries on defense.
    The addition of him with Boldin is a huge step for that offense. It's probably the best offense that team has ever had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ten View Post
    The addition of him with Boldin is a huge step for that offense. It's probably the best offense that team has ever had.
    I definitely agree. I don't know much about their line but they're going to be tough to contain in every aspect.

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