Minnesota Vikings: Brett Favre to Randy Moss—Grading the First Quarter

October 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Minnesota Vikings started the season as Super Bowl hopefuls.
The late arrival of Brett Favre, the later decision for Sidney Rice to have surgery on his injured hip and the even later arrival, or make that return, of Randy Moss, and the Vikings find themselves in the middle of an upside down NFC. 
No team in the NFL is left unbeaten, the first time this has occurred since 1970, and the teams to lead the conference at the first quarter mark are the Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Chicago Bears, an unlikely trio of teams with only one loss apiece in the early going.
At the same time, the Super Bowl favorite New Orleans Saints find themselves at 3-2, along with the Green Bay Packers, while the Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys, preseason favorites, have gotten off to a terrible start, losing three of four. 
With the NFC North not looking that strong, the Vikings still have a chance to turn things around and defend their division titl...

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