Why the Vikings Are Thankful They Never Got T.J. Houshmandzadeh

Posted: 20th November 2009 by Andy Rarick in NFL
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Late last February and into early March, the Minnesota Vikings were pursuing one of the biggest names on the free agent market, wide receiver T.J Houshmandzadeh. Wide receiver Bernard Berrian was the only true receiver that put fear into a defender's eyes. Trust me, it wasn't all that terrifying either. Houshmandzadehùor simply Houshùchoose the Seahawks over the Vikings because "I just felt it was the best destination. It was the best team. It was the best choice for me." Well, I think Housh might be regretting that fateful decision. The Seahawks are just 3-6 while the Vikings have a commanding lead in the NFC North with an 8-1 record, coasting into what seems to be an easy first-round bye in the playoffs. It all came down to the quarterback position in which Housh felt the Seahawks wer ...

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