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Wee-Bey


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vikings fans. Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 3:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Vikings fans. Laughing


Yeah, one Vikings fan on the internet represents a whole fanbase Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 3:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nzd07 wrote:
Wee-Bey wrote:
Vikings fans. Laughing


Yeah, one Vikings fan on the internet represents a whole fanbase Rolling Eyes


That, and it's not like there wasn't any cause for concern, because there definitely was. But it sure feels great to add Harvin's talent to an already great team.
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Officer Ricky wrote:
Nzd07 wrote:
Wee-Bey wrote:
Vikings fans. Laughing


Yeah, one Vikings fan on the internet represents a whole fanbase Rolling Eyes


That, and it's not like there wasn't any cause for concern, because there definitely was. But it sure feels great to add Harvin's talent to an already great team.



Sorry, but when you read stuff like this:


vike daddy wrote:
tip of the iceberg, baby. just you wait until his mental issues come in to play!

Laughing




but hey, Harvin's hurt, you're paying him a gazillion dollars to play video games at home, and you're favored right now to win the Super Bowl.

life's plenty good in Seattle.

Applause



Its hard not to laugh.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 4:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nzd07 wrote:
Wee-Bey wrote:
Vikings fans. Laughing


Yeah, one Vikings fan on the internet represents a whole fanbase Rolling Eyes


Agreed. Harvin was always one of my favorite players to watch on the team. I didn't care for the constant attention he garnered off the field though. I hope he does well in Seattle.

As for my view on the trade, so far it has worked out for the Vikes, I really really like Patterson and he probably wouldn't have been drafted in Percy was retained. But like my fellow Vikes fan said, must be nice to have him off the field for 95% of the season and still have the #1 seed going in the playoffs, you guys have a great thing going right now.
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Wee-Bey wrote:
Officer Ricky wrote:
Nzd07 wrote:
Wee-Bey wrote:
Vikings fans. Laughing


Yeah, one Vikings fan on the internet represents a whole fanbase Rolling Eyes


That, and it's not like there wasn't any cause for concern, because there definitely was. But it sure feels great to add Harvin's talent to an already great team.



Sorry, but when you read stuff like this:


vike daddy wrote:
tip of the iceberg, baby. just you wait until his mental issues come in to play!

Laughing




but hey, Harvin's hurt, you're paying him a gazillion dollars to play video games at home, and you're favored right now to win the Super Bowl.

life's plenty good in Seattle.

Applause



Its hard not to laugh.


Pretty sure it was a joke... hence the laughing emoticon.
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Nzd07 wrote:
Wee-Bey wrote:
Officer Ricky wrote:
Nzd07 wrote:
Wee-Bey wrote:
Vikings fans. Laughing


Yeah, one Vikings fan on the internet represents a whole fanbase Rolling Eyes


That, and it's not like there wasn't any cause for concern, because there definitely was. But it sure feels great to add Harvin's talent to an already great team.



Sorry, but when you read stuff like this:


vike daddy wrote:
tip of the iceberg, baby. just you wait until his mental issues come in to play!

Laughing




but hey, Harvin's hurt, you're paying him a gazillion dollars to play video games at home, and you're favored right now to win the Super Bowl.

life's plenty good in Seattle.

Applause



Its hard not to laugh.


Pretty sure it was a joke... hence the laughing emoticon.



It wasn't a joke. VD, VR, and SK have been on Harvins heels all season. If, in the end, this situation turns out to be a positive for Seattle and PH, it will have been a humorous irony.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 6:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Im just glad my team didnt break the bank for him, that was essentially what I advocated for the Vikings to avoid.

Im happy with Patterson, who wouldnt be here if Harvin was resigned. I also love the selection of Rhodes, who was acquired with the 25th pick in the draft.

Maybe it will work out well for Seattle, but right now, its hard to deny that the Vikings made a good decision in regards to how they should handle Harvin. In the end, the Vikes got a comparable player to Harvin (Patterson) on a dirt cheap rookie contract. Additionally, Patterson is 6-2 220 and plays split end, rather then in the slot. That is really what MN needed, they have a competent slot receiver in Jarius Wright. Had the Vikings coaching staff not been so dense in finding ways to get CP on the field from Sept. through Nov., his offensive production would have been greater. Patterson is also an a first team all pro, as a rookie. Granted he made the team as a return man, that is still an impressive feat for Flash.

Patterson looks like he can be just as good, if not, better then Harvin.
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Percy Harvin (hip) participated fully in Seahawks practice Friday.

The Seahawks are on a bye and obviously don't play in the Wild Card round, but this is more confirmation that Harvin is on pace to return in the Divisional round. Coach Pete Carroll said after Friday's workout that Harvin is seen as "day to day." The Seahawks will likely start Harvin barring next-week setbacks.

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Wee-Bey wrote:
It wasn't a joke. VD, VR, and SK have been on Harvins heels all season. If, in the end, this situation turns out to be a positive for Seattle and PH, it will have been a humorous irony.

uhh... what i did was post a congratulatory hand clapping emoticon stating how Seattle is doing so well even without Harvin so far. which is pretty much the same viewpoint a lot of SEA fans have had. writing "life's plenty good in Seattle" when you're the #1 seed can't be seen as anything other than the compliment it was intended to be.

so if you have a problem with that, well then, yes you have a problem.



and it would be so much more preferable anyway if we could just discuss football and Harvin and the Seahawks in this thread instead of taking petty little shots at me personally, or Viking fans in general.

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Percy Harvin (hip) participated fully in Seahawks practice Friday.

The Seahawks are on a bye and obviously don't play in the Wild Card round, but this is more confirmation that Harvin is on pace to return in the Divisional round. Coach Pete Carroll said after Friday's workout that Harvin is seen as "day to day." The Seahawks will likely start Harvin barring next-week setbacks.


Can't wait. Very Happy
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http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/seahawks/2014/01/11/percy-harvin-saints-concussion-evaluations/4431103/

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Harvin barked at the doctors before jogging off the field, clearly upset he was removed from the game. But he was back on the sideline before the Seahawks' next series.

He had three catches for 21 yards, including a key third-down reception on a jump ball over Saints cornerback Corey White, before landing hard in the end zone. He once again was attended to on the field and voiced his frustration to the Seahawks' doctors as he left the field.



Does Harvin return to the Seahawks this post season?
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Don't know, but on that first hit on him it sure looked like they were head hunting. Bounty gate 2?
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SHONUFF wrote:
Don't know, but on that first hit on him it sure looked like they were head hunting. Bounty gate 2?


here we go again Rolling Eyes
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I don't really believe in "injury prone" as I doubt certain players bones/muscles are inferior and more susceptible to injury... but Harvin is just so.. unlucky. It would be a shame if his career ends up being a bunch of "what ifs", I hope he can turn it around and stay healthy.
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