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The "mom and pop"Â￾ restaurant must have been pondering how they could possibly feed so many morbidly obese "athletes"Â￾ in one sitting.

Moss may have whined like a pampered brat about quality of the food"¦but lard-ridden fatties like Pat Williams were likely in a state of ecstasy.
 

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Even many of the affletes wouldn't conduct themselves like that at such a team venue/event, etc. Moss is a complete douchebag.
 

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The employees of the "mom and pop" restaurant were probably dwf's who wear their Moss jerseys on Sundays and worship affletes. Good lesson for them: many of these guys are reprobates, and if given an opportunity will sh*t on you and bang your wife.
 

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Nate Washington isn't too thrilled about Moss coming to the Titans. I'm guessing he's worried about losing some playing time with the incredible afflete playing for the them.



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Nate Washington indicated Wednesday that he's not excited about the Titans' addition of Randy Moss.
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We can't say we blame him. Washington's numbers are likely to go down,
particularly when Kenny Britt returns from his hamstring injury. "I
don't really think we need him," said Washington just before the move
became official Wednesday. "I'm going to speak up and say that we have
so many good young guys. ... We aren't individuals ... We have a team
goal in mind."
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Here is a bit from Rotoworld to show you exactly how much respect most blacks have for their head coaches.

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Former Vikings beat writer Sean Jensen, who now covers the Bears for the
Chicago Sun-Times, reports that the Vikings locker room is still very
much in turmoil due to the players' disdain for coach Brad Childress.
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"We know that Childress doesn't have our backs, so why should we have
his?" one unnamed player said. "We're playing for us, and we're winning
despite him." Another player said it was a "turning point" for a lot of
players when Chilly threw Brett Favre under the bus after his
three-interception game against the Packers. Yet another player added,
"As much as I hate Childress, I will keep playing." Jensen thinks the
3-5 Vikings might give Chilly the boot if (when) they suffer their
seventh loss this season.
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Keep playing? Isn't that what your supposed to be doing since you are making millions every year? Have your back? Are we in preschool here?

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I think a lot of this is coming from Percy Harvin. Harvin has had a history of behavior problems. Childress has already inkled that Harvin's injuries aren't really injuries - including his migraines. I have more than a guess that his "migraines" as well as other injuries are actually part of a behavioral psychosomatic pattern. Edited by: Kaptain
 

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I'm not buying Harvin's "headaches." They seem to suddenly appear when he is the most whiny and always during mid-week or training camp practices. I don't believe he has missed a game this year. Does anyone else find it strange that they are allowing a guy who supposedly collapsed at a practice and continues to have migraines to play this violent sport each and every week? How gullible are we?
 

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It appears that the wheels are completely coming off in MIN, and I'm not too sad to see it. I think Brett Favre made a big judgment in error when he came back this season. Also, the Vikings OL is a little blacker this year, no white WRs or DBs, and they're horribly mis-using Toby Gerhart. Brad Childress is a moron who, like Jeff Fisher, has pandered to his black players for years and they've finally turned against him and literally quit today against the Packers. Another fine example of what happens when you allow the inmates to run the asylum.


MINNEAPOLIS -- I spent most of my time Sunday afternoon in the Green Bay Packers' locker room, gathering information for my game column. Sounds like it was a good decision. By all accounts, the Minnesota Vikings' locker room was a frosty place filled with finger-pointing, talk of quitting and the continuing specter of coach Brad Childress' job security.

Coach Brad Childress is under fire after another poor showing by his Minnesota Vikings. We'll start with the final point. Owner Zygi Wilf emerged from the locker room red-faced but silent, once again refusing to discuss the state of the team or Childress' future. But I would imagine Wilf would be interested to know that several players suggested some of their teammates quit at one point or another during a 31-3 loss.

"The score would indicate that," Favre said. "Without watching the film, I don't know."

Asked if all players gave the necessary effort, tight end Visanthe Shiancoe said: "Nope. Nope. Nope."

Of the team's overall performance, Shiancoe said: "That's atrocious. That's bad. That's bad football, and that's something that's embarrassing to me. It's embarrassing to the organization. I'm pretty sure it's embarrassing to everybody."

And I wonder what Wilf thought after watching what I counted as three heated sideline exchanges. One involved Favre and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell after a second-quarter interception. Another was between defensive end Ray Edwards and cornerback Chris Cook, and a third was evident as Shiancoe yelled and gestured angrily toward tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson when he was removed from a fourth-down play in the fourth quarter.

Meanwhile, Edwards and defensive tackle Kevin Williams sharply criticized Cook and fellow cornerback Asher Allen for their play. The Packers beat Cook for passes of 47 and 39 yards in the first half, and Allen gave up touchdowns passes of 46 and 22 yards to Greg Jennings in the second half.

"At some point," Williams said, "we've got to make plays when we get a chance. They weren't running screens. They were just throwing the ball."

Edwards said he approached Cook and Allen to tell them to do their job.

"That's the bottom line," he said. "If everybody do their job, we're a great team."

Williams and Winfield criticized Edwards for his method, if not his message.

"You can't do that with your teammates," Williams said. "No matter how the game is going, you have your discussion after the game. We told Ray that.

Winfield was a little less blunt but refused to defend Cook or Allen.

"Quarterbacks and offensive coordinators are very smart," Winfield said. "They're going to go after the young guy. ... Either you're going to crumble under the pressure or you're going to stand up and hold your own. We just didn't do that today."

Is that enough for Wilf to make a coaching change? On top of sideline bickering, finger-pointing and talk of quitting, Wilf also has a quarterback who is refusing to commit to playing for the rest of the season.

As we discussed last week, this story has shifted from Childress to Wilf. What is he thinking and what is his plan for fixing this mess? Sunday night, that was anybody's guess.


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Chilly is done. Stick a fork in his back and twist it! F'ing Moron he is.
 

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Yep, and the replacement the media has been grooming all season for Chilly is black coach Leslie Frazier. Gerhart will need to demand a trade.
 

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Yeah, the USS Viking has hit an iceberg and taking on huge amounts of water. Everyman for himself. Toby grab a life saver and jump ship after the season, your career is going nowhere fast at Minnesota.
 

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Leslie Frasier has done such a good job on defense, especially with the backfield. I'm sure he's going to do great things as head coach!
 

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If they give ole Chilly Vanilli the ax, what will Favre do? Will he allow himself to be benched? It's bad ending, regardless. I am not surprised by the implosion. Hope it gets better for Toby down the road.
 

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ah yes.......chilly mcfreeze is gone.....time to add another afro coach to the leage....Toby might as well find a comfortable spot on the bench......Toby should ask to be traded....anywhere but the minnesota spearchuckers
 

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I hope something good comes out of this for Toby Gerhart. I won't count on it, but maybe he can get into a better situation before much time passes.
 

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This cannot be a good development for Toby, as the track record of black head coaches in the NFL is lousy when it comes to giving white skill players a fair chance.

His college exploits are long forgotten now, and this is a crucial phase in his NFL career. Kind of absurd to think about it that way for a rookie, but such is the rule of thumb for white players, especially a forbidden position like RB. I think Toby could benefit from a change of scenery, with Green Bay and Indy as leading candidates. Another lost year stuck in MIN, and his career will be in serious jeopardy.
 

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I don't get the buzz about Leslie Frazier, he was the DC of a mediocre defense with a terrible secondary. It would be great if somehow the Vikings lose out and get the first pick, Harbaugh gets lured away from Stanford and reunites Luck with Toby...
 

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It's a little suspicious to me. Prior to the draft, I do not recall any scouting reports that Toby should be groomed to be a third down specialist. If that's to be his role, he will be good one, maybe one of the best.

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After getting the opportunity to interview Anthony Herrera two weeks ago, I was able to <strike>dupe another PR firm</strike> get some time to sit down with Toby Gerhart
while he signed autographs in Burnsville this afternoon. Before I get
to the Q&amp;A, here are some of the things I learned about Gerhart
today:rest of story

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New black coach Leslie Frazier will be all the rage in the near future. The media will support him, the brothas will go all out for him, the owner will give him a long leash and the NFL will hold coach Frazier up as the next Lombardi.
Good for the cause you might say.

Chilly was a lame duck coach anyway and fit the bill for the media script quite well.
Now, watch the black players all of a sudden start to oddly play much better.
 

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It's interesting that Wade and Childress are gone yet, Singletary's team sucks rocks, but no mention of him getting fired. I wonder what the difference could be?

I know, Singletary must have more low-upside!
 

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Looks like Ryan Cook is now the third white starter on the O-line, giving the Vikings seven starters.
 

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Borussia said:
New black coach Leslie Frazier will be all the rage in the near future. The media will support him, the brothas will go all out for him, the owner will give him a long leash and the NFL will hold coach Frazier up as the next Lombardi.

Good for the cause you might say.



Chilly was a lame duck coach anyway and fit the bill for the media script quite well.

Now, watch the black players all of a sudden start to oddly play much better.

You called that one spot on. Dude goes 3-3 and is quickly handed the fulltime job. I figured Ziggy Wylf wouldn't stay away from his comfort zone for very long, he's more at home with an underachieving affirmative action HC and quotaback at the helm.
 

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TheAnimal said:
Borussia said:
New black coach Leslie Frazier will be all the rage in the near future. The media will support him, the brothas will go all out for him, the owner will give him a long leash and the NFL will hold coach Frazier up as the next Lombardi.
Good for the cause you might say.

Chilly was a lame duck coach anyway and fit the bill for the media script quite well.
Now, watch the black players all of a sudden start to oddly play much better.
You called that one spot on. Dude goes 3-3 and is quickly handed the fulltime job. I figured Ziggy Wylf wouldn't stay away from his comfort zone for very long, he's more at home with an underachieving affirmative action HC and quotaback at the helm.

With Frazier as coach and both Tavarious and Webb at quotaback that team is SCREWED. I see them as last place in the division with the Lions now approaching respectability. I guess if you draft a white runningback as high as the 2nd round the NFL makes you pay a racial penalty by having to have a black QB and headcoach.
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