Peter King on Cris Carter: "he's the best boundary receiver (sidelines, end zone) I've seen..." Indeed: Carter was making those body-go-limp-stretch-the-arms-and-hold-the-ball-while-falling-out-of-bounds routinely before most receivers, I think.
Evan Silva at Pancake Blocks thinks Matt Schaub will be the year's top fantasy quarterback. I think he'll rank top-5 in yards, but I'm doubtful he'll get enough touchdowns. Either way, I drafted him as my starting QB in the Hazelweird Auction at 1% of my salary cap: I really think he'll be good.
pro-football-reference.com continues to do excellent work assessing the statistical productivity of all-time quarterbacks.
I probably (still) worry about the Viking secondary more than anything else. Obviously Antoine Winfield is reliable, and I think Madieu Williams will be a solid safety. After that? I just don't know. Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune writes up Cedric Griffin.
Expect no comments at this blog about the Vikings' preseason game. I might watch it; I might not, I might write about it; I might not. Oh, hell, I'm a rube and I'll almost certainly watch it. Whether I'll find anything in it remotely worth writing about is a different question. Sage Rosenfels has to win the starting QB job. Has to.