For Vikings' Cook, it's easy to see the room for improvement

  • Article by: CHRIS MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 26, 2012 - 11:03 PM

Vikings cornerback Chris Cook missed the past three games vs. the Packers after they shredded him twice as a rookie.

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partskcojDec. 26, 12 8:26 PM

Why are we building Wilf a new stadium? For seven home games in 2013. You gotta be kidding!

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sonny113006Dec. 27, 12 5:10 AM

Well good luck with that Chris. It looks like the Packers will have their top 4 receivers on the field for the first time since week one. Jennings, Jones, Nelson, and Cobb and then throw in Finley and that's a pretty tough set of receivers to match up against.

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RonaldrjDec. 27, 12 8:38 AM

Easy to see room for improvement? I think he was a first or second round pick and in three years he hasn't done squat.Just go play.

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bengravedDec. 27, 12 9:34 AM

Cook, is right about two of his comments. Rodgers is the best QB, in the league. The packers have five receivers, that could be starting on any other team in the NFL. To add a comment, none of the Viking Wide receivers, other than Harvin would be starting on any other team, in the NFL, except the Vikes. Finley a sixth round pick, is still a better TE, than Rudolph. If the vikings win this game, it will be because of there defense.

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steavis61067Dec. 27, 1211:52 AM

@bengraved - "If the vikings win this game, it will be because of there defense" .................................... This is spot on (well, except it's supposed to be "their", not "there").

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n8conoclastDec. 27, 1212:34 PM

I do not like Chris Cook. His off-field behavior has been reprehensible, and his on-field performance has been unspectacular. That said, he can still redeem himself as far as I'm concerned if he stays out of trouble and starts playing like a top-notch NFL cornerback. The game against Green Bay would be a great time to start.

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