Minnesota Vikings’ Brad Childress Was The Real Problem, Not Randy Moss

November 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I think Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress has officially lost mind
Childress pulled the trigger and waived Randy Moss who was claimed off the waver wire by the Tennessee Titans. 
Childress had the audacity to suggest trading for Moss was “a poor decision.”  
He goes on to say, “When it’s not right, you need to make it right.” 
Moss wasn’t the real problem.  He is being cast as the scapegoat for Childress’ inability to lead.  The real problem is Childress and his persistent kissing of Brett Favre’s butt.  No matter what he says he doesn’t have control of his team.
It is difficult to have respect for authority when those in charge exude incompetence.  This is part of the reason Moss seemingly loafed the last two contests he played in.
Childress obviously has different strokes for different folks.  Rest assured it will cost him in the long run.

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