Tarvaris Jackson: Why the Vikings Will Be Just Fine With T-Jack

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Tarvaris Jackson: Why the Vikings Will Be Just Fine With T-Jack

On Thursday, Brett Favre visited Dr. James Andrews to see how his ankle is progressing, and it is likely that this diagnosis will dictate whether the ageless wonder finally hangs it up. 

If Favre is truly done, then the Vikings will turn to Tarvaris Jackson to lead their offense into the 2010 campaign.  Most think that this spells doom for the Vikings, and see a Wild Card berth and an early exit from the playoffs as their eventual fate. 

It's the widely held belief that Jackson doesn't have what it takes to be a starter in the NFL, and would be the weak link on an otherwise good offense. 

This is completely disrespectful to a man who has progressed consistently ever since his career began in 2006, and has shown that he is perfectly capable of leading a Super Bowl-caliber offense.

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