The 1999 Rams and the 2009 Vikes


     One day I was in the kitchen washin dishes and I started comparing the Superbowl Rams to the Vikings. I realized how much similar they are and how much more similar they can be if all they do is sign Holt AND Pace. I think if they sign Holt and Pace then they would be far more better than the Rams when they won. Maybe if they do something to get Cutler as well than that would just add to the dominance. So lets take a look at the offensive starting lineup if the vikes added Cutler HOlt and Pace and compare it to the Rams

2009 Vikes

QB - Jay Cutler        

RB - Adrian Peterson/Chester Taylor

WR - Bernard Berrian

WR - Torry Holt

TE - Visanthe Shiancoe ( way better season in 08)

LT - Briant Mckinnie

LG - Hutchinson

C - Probably Sullivan

RG - Anthony Herrera

RT - Orlando Pace

I do think this unit would be way better than the 1999 Rams. Jay Cutler could perform at the same level as Warner. The Adrian Peterson/ Chester Taylor combo is way more dangerous than Marshall Faulk. Bernard Berrian And Torry Holt is as similar as it gets to Holt and Bruce. Shiancoe upgraded his game towards the end of the season and i'm starting to respect him alot more. And the Oline looks pretty good and better than the 1999 Rams. And I'm pretty sure our defense is more dominant with the return of Henderson and Gordon and moving Johnson to the starting safety spot. You can compare Allen to Winstrom and nobody's DT's are better than ours. Add in a couple draft picks for depth and a stronger special teams with the return of farwell and gordon and you get the best chance of winning the superbowl since the 1998 Vikes.

If we traded for Cutler we'd probably end up trading our 1st and next years 2nd and a player maybe two. So our second round pick would probably be the best CB left in the second round and we would add more depth with the later picks in the draft.

Do yall think this sounds like a good idea even though it seems like a long shot???

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