Many people may think that the whole Brett Favre, Brad Childress fiasco is just another power trip of the prima-donna quarterback. My argument is in the defense of Brett Favre and his willingness to audible out of the plays Darrell Bevell and Brad Childress are calling. The past three season under Brad Childress were almost unbearable to watch. With Tavaris Jackson andáGus Frerotte taking the majority of the snaps, the Vikings offense was boring, mediocre, and just plain awful. Adrian Peterson was like a breath of fresh air in Minnesota when he arrived. The Vikings finally had their offensive playmaker post-Randy Moss. He definitely awakened the running game but that did not help the passing game. The following are the statistics of the Vikings offense prior to the arrival of Favre: 2006: ...
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