Brad Childress, Not Brett Favre, Is Causing Mounting Vikings Losses

October 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This week, Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress, and also many in the media, largely blamed Brett Favre for the loss to the Green Bay Packers.  An analysis of the team’s play-calling clearly shows the predictability of the coach pointing the finger at his quarterback is responsible for all of the Vikings losses.
Last year's schisms aside, the problem this year started innocently between Childress and Favre when they lost all of their reliable wide receivers.  No.1 wide receiver Sidney Rice went out for at least half the season after hip surgery.  No. 2 Percy Harvin had numerous health problems.  No. 3 Bernard Berrian left mentally for the celebrity life of Las Vegas.
The Vikings traded for Dolphins slot receiver Greg Camarillo before the season and Patriots All-Pro deep threat and former Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss after three games, but both are yet to learn the playbook.  The remaining receivers, Greg Lewis and Hank Baskett, are re...

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