Actually, this is how I look at Fleck's slogans. Other coaches say the same things, but our coach has nifty little words for those things and truly has a purpose for it all.Reusse on his podcast actually gave PJ a backhanded compliment (or at least not an insult) when talking about Harbaugh. Something along the lines of "Harbaugh's so goofy. There's a difference between Fleck goofy and Harbaugh goofy. Fleck's goofy on purpose. Harbaugh is goofy because he's goofy".
Not sure I can agree with you there, Working. The Vikings have two losses - @CHI, where even the best Vikings teams struggle to play well, and @GB, where Cousins threw one of the worst throws I've ever seen an NFL QB make on a drive where the Vikings should've taken the lead and won. They've been dominant in the 4 wins, winning by an average of 18 points per game. Unless the wheels fall off for some strange reason, I'd be shocked if they don't win somewhere between 10-12 games and make the playoffs, ideally as a division champion - but more likely as a wild card given that the NFL has the fix in for the Packers this year.It's funny he's hanging his hat on Zimmer who's team could very well continue onto a mediocre season and miss the playoffs. The Vikings are not trending in the right direction if you ask me.
The "default negative media setting" for anything Gopher and PJ in this market is starting to subside like the tide gradually pulling out. The low tide leaves the urchins (trolls) exposed in the open - and some of them are starting to look like fools. Funny how I have yet to see PJ lose his temper in public even with the trolls in full force at the beginning. I couldn't do that.Funny, but definitely not complimentary to P.J. Has PJ ever responded, commented on the negative media attention? P.J. may be an over the top kind of guy, but his Nebraska presser included some inspirational comments on the players over coming injuries and a funny comment on Renner being too smart for long conversations with P.J.
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To quote the great Jeffrey Lebowski, "Well...that's just your opinion, man."Well Ope3, regardless of what he wants to call him, it was still pretty stupid.
So Reusse the professional BSer doesn't like other BSers. OK.Reusse has been very consistent with his opinion. And yes, it's an opinion.
He likes old-fashioned, plain-spoken types. he does not like people who engage in "coach-speak," or come off like B-S'ers who use lots of words without every really saying anything. that includes Brewster, Rick Spielman with the Vikes, and yes, Fleck.