Minnesota Vikings

Jay Cutler Is Easily Better Than Tarvaris Jackson...Right?

NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 28:  Tarvaris Jackson #7 of the Minnesota Vikings drops back to pass against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on September 28, 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Titans defeated the Vikings 30-17.  (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)
jordan feldickContributor IApril 5, 2009

The Vikings have no shot at the division title next year right?

Tarvaris Jackson will never be a reliable starter in the NFL right?

In my opinion, the Vikes will be right there either as division champs or wild card winners. First off, Jay Cutler—the new Bears QB—did not play well his first few years under the system there, and now he has to learn a new one.

Then there is T-Jack, or T-Joke as some people who either hate the Vikings or have very little faith in there team call him. He vastly improved when he replaced Gus Frerotte.

First off, during his first full year as a starter, he threw nine TD's and 12 INT's. Last year in four games, he threw nine TD's and just two INT's and lead the Vikings on a late season surge to win the NFC North.

The Vikings then went and traded a fourth round pick for Sage Rosenfels as competition for T-Jack. This is why T-Jack will be the starter.

Rosenfels threw six TD's and 10 INT's in six games. He also threw 21 TD's and 22 INT's over the last two years. His record is not much better, going 2-4 last year.

The Vikings offense continues to improve with the development of Sydney Rice and of course T-Jack.

They will most likely take a receiver or right tackle with there first round pick, now that Chicago has traded their first round pick to Denver.

The Vikings have a better chance to draft Darrius Heyward-Bay, the only way they are going to draft Micheal Crabtree is if they trade up, which will not happen.

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