Don’t Let The Door Hit You In The Ass On The Way Out, Brad

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Unless the Minnesota Vikings inexplicably go on a roll and rip off a few victories in a row, it seems increasingly likely coach Brad Childress will be canned before the season is over.

Of course, considering Childress is one of the biggest idiots on the face of the earth, that’s bad news for the rest of the NFC North. However, the writing is on the wall.

Receiver Randy Moss, who was released by the team on Tuesday, reportedly approached owner Zygi Wilf after the Vikings’ loss to New England, last Sunday, and told Wilf to fire Childress.

Moss entered the Vikings’ locker room following their 28-18 week eight loss to the Patriots and approached Wilf and other executives. He then proceeded to tell the owner that the head coach wasn’t fit to run an NFL team and should be let go. Moments later, at his press conference, Moss blasted Childress publicly and said how much respect he had for Bill Belichick, his former coach.

Childress, who has full discretion over personnel, didn’t think too much of Moss’ behavior and released him without consulting anyone.

This didn’t sit too well with Wilf, who reportedly considered dumping Childress instead of Moss.

Randy Moss did not appear on waivers for 24 hours because Vikings owner Zygi Wilf was furious about being circumvented by Brad Childress and considered retaining Moss and firing the head coach, according to a team source.

Childress, of course, is still with the team, but Wilf met with several players this week in an attempt to gauge whether the players still support the coach.

We’re going to guess not all of them do.

On Friday, Childress got in a heated argument with receiver Percy Harvin during practice. Perhaps it’s coincidence, but Harvin has been publicly critical of the move to release Moss.

If that isn’t enough, fans at Friday night’s Minnesota Timberwolves game broke out in a “fire Childress” chant.

Personally, I can’t wait until the Vikings completely implode. Couldn’t happen to a finer organization.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

10 Comments on "Don’t Let The Door Hit You In The Ass On The Way Out, Brad"

  1. I mean just look at the photo of Chilly-it just screams d-bag.

    The Vikings implosion is so great. they will be paying for years how they pissed money away on over the hill players and terrible personel moves. I love it.

  2. ay hombre

    Chilly is an idiot, but without question I think he did the right thing in getting rid of Moss. Ok…so acquiring him in the first place was probably not the best idea, but I personally think he had no choice.

  3. “Personally, I can’t wait until the Vikings completely implode. Couldn’t happen to a finer organization.”

    Considering the public relations necessary for them a new stadium the timing couldn’t be better.

  4. Shawn iltarion

    Wilf and Childress are equal idiots. They deserve one another. Wilf apparently didn’t learn the lesson from Dan Snyder that a Super Bowl can’t be bought. He was just as into kissing Brent’s ass at all costs as Chilly was, maybe more so considering Chill’s relationship with Brent.

    Let me get this straight. Moss gives an unacceptable effort. You are 1-3 with him. He bitches out your catering service, just generally being an ass. He publicly attacks your shit coach though he has not been giving the effort to have the right to say shit, and he praises the organization you just gave a 3rd round pick to get this ass on YOUR team. SO, after all that, you are going to keep his ass and fire your coach? Someone explain that to me.

    Chilly is a fricking idiot, but Wilf is a bigger idiot if he even considered firing Chilly to keep Moss.

  5. bogmon

    When the Vikings actually are forced to leave Minnesota…

    well, I for one will gloat for years how the Green Bay Packers were the truly triumphant teams seeing as how they managed to stay for over 100 years and (almost) and Minny just barely made 50.

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