Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Ain't No Party Like a Vikings' Party

While my computer issues may put a small damper in my posting plans, that doesn’t mean I’m going to neglect my loyal readers. My laptop’s decision to cut a third of the alphabet, including most of the vowels, means I’ll have to keep most of my posts short, as I’ll be writing them at work, or on my roommate’s laptop until I can get my own fixed. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, it’s time to award the season’s first Wisconsin Women to the player most responsible for the Vikings’ victory. After every victory this year, one player will get to celebrate with Hudson girls, which as we learned after the Raven’s game, is clearly the best way to celebrate (by the way, mad props to Childress for suspending Dwight Smith—Now THAT is some discipline my friends).

So, without further ado, let’s introduce our first winner to his prizes (drum roll please) and the winner is…Brad Johnson! BJ’s play against the Redskins was superb last night, as he completed 16 of 30 passes for 223 yards and a touchdown (there’s a reason Wisconsin women are partying with Vikings’ QBs now—it’s the lack of interceptions), and he should have had more yards, except for Troy Williamson dropping passes he should have caught. He also did a great job of avoiding the Redskins’ vaunted pass rush by stepping up and sidestepping the Redskins defenders, buying valuable seconds for his receivers to get open. And finally, sealing the deal with the Hudson girls, he taunted the Redskins on the way out, flashing his old ‘Skins jersey. So congratulations Brad Johnson, for leading the Vikings to victory, taunting your former franchise and closing the deal with the Wisconsin Women!

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