Griffen gets to stretch his legs

  • Article by: MARK CRAIG , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 17, 2012 - 12:06 AM

The large but mobile third-year Viking put the game squarely in his team's corner with a 29-yard interception return for a touchdown.

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PikeGraphicsDec. 17, 12 5:22 AM

Griffin is a BEAST and should ALWAYS be on the field. Brian R is good at getting to the QB, but has a very hard time bringing them down.

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Jakein08Dec. 17, 12 6:12 AM

This is proof of the overall improvement this team has made. another fine addition to the depth on D!

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zoilovDec. 17, 12 3:53 PM

Everson should be on the field for the majority of defensive plays. Why would the Vikings want to only use him part time...he's the most talented defensive lineman on the team, and what about Ballard? Ballard needs more reps also...nice to have depth on the d-line, but it should be Allen, Williams, Ballard, and Griffen as starters. Spin in the others to keep the starters fresh, but start the best athletes.

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