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    Brock Lesnar to the Vikings

    Ok this really sucks. Former WWE Champ and NCAA wrestling champ Brock Lesnar just signed with the Minnesota Vikings (puke). Why couldn't he sign with a real team? Here's the article http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slu...v=ap&type=lgns Mark

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    Hes a big boy, but he hasnt played football since high school. Pro football is a whoooole other animal. I think he will get his nutz handed to him...JMHO

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    He is definately in for a rude awakening, but I think he will do just fine.

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    not having to travel every day i expect he will easily top the scales at 300+lbs again. He'll have the size. Anyway, dont people who play in his position just run into people infront of them?

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    He's gonna get schooled, pummeled, and have his feelings hurt.

    The NFL, and it's high speed REAL action on the field, AIN'T scripted.

    When he gets blown up on a crack back, he'll get blown up!!

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    i think it is gowing to be tuff for him too but i still want to give him a shoot he ran a 4.69 40 at his workout and dude is strong as he!!, plus he was a great amature wrestler and those guys are usually good football players good footwork etc.

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    The vikings ARE a real team. They've got the deepest backfield in football, combined with moss and culpepper, they're definitely in the top 5 for offensive power. They just lack a decent defense.. and although i'm not sure what position lesner is playing, maybe he can help them out a little.

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    He is going to ride the pine IMO. Publicity stunt!!!

    He is a big boy, but so are a lot of other people. Doesnt mean he will be any good.

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    i dont care how big and strong you are, you need football skills, he hasnt played in 10 years, he wont be able to read plays, pick up audibles, learn snap counts, he has a lot of work ahead of him, look at bob sapp, he didnt make it

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    I sure hope he get's his $hit together for it, just because he's a "known name" doesn't make him any good, and I sure as hell don't wanna see him fuk with my team any!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisAdams
    The vikings ARE a real team. They've got the deepest backfield in football, combined with moss and culpepper, they're definitely in the top 5 for offensive power. They just lack a decent defense.. and although i'm not sure what position lesner is playing, maybe he can help them out a little.
    Chris I have a joke for you:

    Did you hear that the Packers are trying to aquire Randy Moss???












    They figured since they already had a Couch and a Davenport they should have a Lazy Boy too. Mark

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    d-line isnt a very complicated position. but then again he hasnt even played college ball. As much as I'd like to see him make it, he's going to have to learn alot of **** real quick.

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    they are takin a huge chance in him, he's gonna go from being the big man around to just blending in, sizewise. Without playing college ball its gonna be hard for him. but if he doesnt get discouraged and picks up the basics who knows

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    He's gonna get schooled, pummeled, and have his feelings hurt.

    The NFL, and it's high speed REAL action on the field, AIN'T scripted.

    When he gets blown up on a crack back, he'll get blown up!!

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    I haven't heard "crack back" in a long time! That is probably one of the biggest hazzards for a DT or LB for that matter, a wirery lil WR blazin down the line poping you in your ear hole without you seeing it!!!!

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    I agree with you all to a certain extent on how he aint played football since high school but he stopped wrestling about a year ago to start training for tryouts. And I can tell you from experience, if you come to tryouts in tip top shape you dont have to be the very best to make it.

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    He may last a season,..after that, hes done.

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    Eddie George will probably run right over him. Ive had a NFL tryout and let me tell you something,..out of the 500 guys there the day I attended, only 1 made it. He's got alot of catchinh up to do with those boys.

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    **** he can do it, a NCAA wrestling champ he has quicks thats for shure, I am shure he has the drive too noone gets that huge without training like a bastard, anyone can learn to play if they really want to look at some of these recievers who never played highschool ball walked off of the track in college and onto the football field. Athletisicm is still athleticism.

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    IMO Brock Lesner is going to get punked in the NFL. That **** is real. Not acting, no scripts, no entrance music, and no title belts. The man is in for a rude awakening. He will be a bigger bust then Ryan Leaf

    That i garauntee.

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    lol he has a shot but hell be ok the nfl is hyped up, dont get me wrong its VERY FAST but on the other hand give this guy time and hell be ok

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