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  • Brad Childress has been FIRED!!!

    According to ESPN Leslie Frazier is the Interim Head Coach.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=5838652
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  • #2
    LOL, didn't think it would happen this quickly.

    But not totally surprised.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
      LOL, didn't think it would happen this quickly.

      But not totally surprised.
      im shocked they waited so long
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      • #4
        Like Adam Schefter said, Brett Favre can now drive Brad Childress to the airport. They had a great run last season but Childress did not know when to end the Favre Watch. And then he made that mess with the Randy Moss trade. It looks like he was not getting along with the players, had a heated argument with Percy Harvin. There was speculation that he would be gone after the 7th loss.
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        • #5
          Brett Favre is laughing internally. Can't believe he outlasted Chilly with his horrible play. Hopefully Frazier will bench his sorry a$$ so he goes out with a whimper.

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          • #6
            Haha, took them long enough.

            /crosses fingers for a Dallas-like return (got Adrian Peterson/Sidney Rice on my ff )
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            • #7
              I agree it took them long enough, IMO Brett Favre would have played better if the OL was better and if he was not hurt.
              But for some reason he wont sit out, a good coach would tell him," Hey I'm gonna sit you, because well your hurt". It's common sense don't play hurt!

              Brad Childress lost his locker room, no one on the team liked him or wanted him there, I bet the whole team is gonna have a block party because he is gone.
              As a coach you never throw a player under the bus, and he did that with Brett.
              No matter how he played, thats rule number 1 in how to deal with players.
              DON'T THROW THEM UNDER THE BUS!!!! Also never waive a player with out telling the front office or even asking if it was ok. Thats one of the flaws of giving a head coach personnel power.
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              • #8
                I thought Chilly lost the locker room when he was letting Brett do what ever he wanted to. Like not showing up to camp, but he wanted to give AP grieve because his city wanted to have a parade or something for him, which would've caused AP to miss practice. But because they were winning, everybody was happy go lucky.

                But lets not forget that he traded away a 4th rd pick for Sage Rosenfels, and never gave him a chance to start. On top of that, he gives up a 3rd rd pick for a 3 week experiment with Moss, and he gave Favre an extra $4 mill this year to come back. So now they're 2-7 with a $20 million dollar QB. Man i wish it was the Vikes on the Hard Knocks show, and not the Jets.
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                • #9
                  Just goes to show that head coaches in this league don't last long without winning consistently. Childress took them to the NFC Champsionship Game just last year.

                  There are only 32 head coaching jobs out there and a lot more qualified candidates. Only a few head coaches in this league have shown that they have the coaching nous to win Super Bowls. The rest need to watch their back anytime their team loses more games than it wins.
                  Hoping for a defensive-minded head coach and a return to the ZBS on offense. At the very least, no more cheaters for head coach.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by AC1 View Post
                    Just goes to show that head coaches in this league don't last long without winning consistently. Childress took them to the NFC Champsionship Game just last year.

                    There are only 32 head coaching jobs out there and a lot more qualified candidates. Only a few head coaches in this league have shown that they have the coaching nous to win Super Bowls. The rest need to watch their back anytime their team loses more games than it wins.
                    The thing is, is that his coaching didn't lead them to the NFC championship.
                    It was the great play of the offense and defense, this season both sides of the ball have fell of the map, is it his coaching maybe, maybe not.

                    But I think the sole reason for this firing was because how they lost, who they lost too, and the fact that he is not liked by the entire team.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AC1 View Post
                      Just goes to show that head coaches in this league don't last long without winning consistently. Childress took them to the NFC Champsionship Game just last year.

                      There are only 32 head coaching jobs out there and a lot more qualified candidates. Only a few head coaches in this league have shown that they have the coaching nous to win Super Bowls. The rest need to watch their back anytime their team loses more games than it wins.
                      I don't think it's all about wins and loses. EVERYTHING and EVERYBODY is exploding in Vikings land.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by AC1 View Post
                        Just goes to show that head coaches in this league don't last long without winning consistently. Childress took them to the NFC Champsionship Game just last year.

                        There are only 32 head coaching jobs out there and a lot more qualified candidates. Only a few head coaches in this league have shown that they have the coaching nous to win Super Bowls. The rest need to watch their back anytime their team loses more games than it wins.
                        Apparently NFC championship Game last year is not even good enough as coach.

                        Talk about "What have you done for me lately"

                        Seriously tho people who expect to win EVERY year are smoking too much fairy tale dust. The only teams who win every year have elite franchise QBs.

                        In the last 10 years Min struggled to get 10 wins with all that "talent"

                        Even the Balt Ravens who have probably the next best thing to a Franchise QB in Ray Lewis have not been back to the Super after the 2000 season and have gone 4-5 in the playoffs. Without a franchise QB they have only earned a playoff bye once since going to Balt.

                        If a team does not have a great QB it is not going to be able to overcome the injuries, player turnover and coach turnover that every team goes through on a year to year basis.

                        Still that QB has to come to training camp.
                        Let's Ride!

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                        • #13
                          It wasnt Chilly who got them to the NFCC game. It was Favre and Allen. Now both players have fallen off. Their D line is trash as of right now, and they have always been known for their D line. They couldnt stop Chris Ivory from destroying them (yeah thats right, who??). They suck right now and it comes down to coaching and player motivation (again coaching).
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                          • #14
                            That's what happens when all the eggs to into one basket, and that basket can't handle the load.
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