Brad Childress Can’t Help the Minnesota Vikings Anymore

October 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Brad Childress is a nice guy, from my few meetings with him. He's always treated me cordially, as he does every fan. The few times I've met him have been at training camp or at a team promotion of some kind or another. He has a remarkable and dry sense of humor, which occasionally comes out in his television, radio or newspaper interviews. He's actually quite funny when he wants to be.

Since taking over as Head Coach of the Vikings in 2006, he has made significant, and incredibly positive, changes in the personnel on the team. Where the Vikes once had Jermain Wiggins, they now have Visante Shiancoe. Where they had Marcus Robinson and Troy Williamson, they now have Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin. He even dispatched team members to retrieve Brett Favre from the edge of retirement for one more go-round. He has the ability to evaluate talent and make good decisions on hiring and firing.

Brad Childress is also, reportedly, a knowledgeable football coach, wit...

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