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    SEA @ ARI

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    LAR @ SEA

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    DAL 7 @ SEA 27

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    GB 12 @ SEA 14

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    SEA 16 @ CAR 12

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    SEA @ SF

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    bye

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    ARI 10 @ SEA 13

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  • Week 6 - Oct 16

    bye

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    CIN 34 @ SEA 12

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    SEA 24 @ LAR 7

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    LAR 13 @ SEA 30

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    SEA 38 @ CHI 14

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    SEA 14 @ DEN 31

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    SD 20 @ SEA 27

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    SEA 3 @ LAR 20

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    bye

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    SEA 23 @ CHI 20

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    ARI 10 @ SEA 22

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    SEA 36 @ ARI 18

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    SEA 19 @ NO 34

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    SEA 21 @ SF 40

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Tarvaris Jackson

Seattle Seahawks

2010 Statistics

Completions = 34  /  Attempts = 58  /  Completion% = 58.6%


Passing Yards = 341  /  TDs = 3  /  INTs = 4


Rush Attempts = 7  /  Rush Yards = 63  /  Rush TDs = 0


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2010 FANTASY STATISTICS


Total Fantasy Pts = 31.9


QB Rank = 50


Fantasy Pts/Game = 8.0


QB Fantasy Pts/Game Rank = 49


*Games Played = 3

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Contract

Tarvaris signed a one-year contract this past offseason that pays him $1.176 million.


2010 - $1.176 million


2011 - Free Agent

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SOS - Vikings


 


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Tavaris wants no part of the Wildcat

When asked about the Wildcat offense the team has instilled, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Tavaris Jackson had this to say: "I don't want to do that," he said Monday. "(Other quarterbacks) can have that wildcat. I'm good. I want to run from the quarterback position."

Pyro's take: Tavaris doesn't have much of a chance to get on the field with Favre as the QB, so why he would deny one of his only shots is beyond us. Either way, he's not even the handcuff to Favre right now as Sage Rosenfels still sits above him on the depth chart.

09/15/09, 05:15 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.twincities.com

Vikings coach Childress to declare backup QB on Sunday

Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress said on Monday that he won't be declaring his second and third-string QBs until Sunday.

Pyro's take: We expect Sage Rosenfels to win the backup job to Brett Favre as Tavaris Jackson doesn't quite fit in with the Vikings offense. In any case, neither one is draftable as a handcuff to Favre.

09/07/09, 02:30 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: twitter.com

Vikings waive QB John David Booty

The Minnesota Vikings announced today that they have waived QB John David Booty.

Pyro's take: The Vikings were hoping to trade Tavaris Jackson by this point so they could keep Booty as their third-stringer, but didn't receive an offer worth pulling the trigger on. Tavaris now sits as the third QB behind Brett Favre and Sage Rosenfels.

09/05/09, 05:00 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: twitter.com

Last shot for Tavaris to stay with Vikings?

Head coach Brad Childress said on Wednesday that Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre will not play in the preseason finale against Dallas on Friday night. Childress will use Friday night to evaluate the other three quarterbacks: Sage Rosenfels, Tavaris Jackson and John David Booty.

Pyro's take: This could be Jackson's last chance to prove his worth as a backup to Favre this season. He and Rosenfels will undoubtedly be under the microscope this Friday.

Other than that, we're passing around a Thank You card to sign that we will be sending to coach Childress for sparing us the Favre talk for a few days. Let us know if you want your name in there...

09/02/09, 01:30 PM CDT by
Source: sportsillustrated.cnn.com

Vikings to keep Tavaris Jackson?

ESPN.com's John Clayton believes that the Vikings have no choice but to keep Tavaris Jackson on their roster this year. Clayton said that with the signing of Brett Favre, it's evident that the Vikings have a "win now" attitude and that if there isn't any trade value for Jackson, the Vikings will have to keep their three best QBs and let John David Booty go.

Pyro's take: With Favre being almost 40-years old and Rosenfels 31, the Vikings might want to keep the semi-experienced Jackson on the squad anyway. The Vikings offensive line ranked 26th in the league last year with a whopping 43 sacks given up, so Jackson could very well be of use should Favre and Rosenfels fall victim to poor pass protection during the year.

08/25/09, 09:00 AM CDT by
Source: sports.espn.go.com

Tavaris Jackson turns in great performance

Minnesota Vikings QB Tavaris Jackson turned in a superb performance Friday night going 12-of-15 for 202 yards and two TDs against the Chiefs.

Pyro's take: What's even more impressive is that Tavaris had this kind of effort not just on a night in which he knew all eyes would be on the game due to Brett Favre's comeback, but also when he knew his job with the team was on the line due to Favre's signing. The Vikings will still likely get what they can for him on the trade market, but we bet they'll be thinking twice about it now after what they saw Friday night.

08/22/09, 07:00 AM CDT by
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Favre to start preseason game against Chiefs tonight

Newly signed QB Brett Favre is slated to start for the Vikings in tonight's game against the Chiefs. He'll likely play only one series, which won't give onlookers much of a chance to assess what his impact will be this year. Tavaris Jackson will take on the backup duties as Sage Rosenfels is expected to sit out due to an ankle injury.

Pyro's take: And so it begins. Round three of the Brett Favre saga is sure to be an interesting one, as the almost 40-year old gunslinger joins a Vikings team primed to make a run at the Super Bowl. The side soap opera storyline of joining a team within the same conference as the team that made him famous, the Green Bay Packers, should be fun to watch a couple times this year as well. At least we don't have to deal with the "is he or isn't he" riffraff anymore.

On a side note, this might be Tavaris Jackson's last chance to prove himself worthy of backup QB capabilities. He'll likely need a Fran Tarkingtonesque performance to do so.

08/21/09, 10:30 AM CDT by
Source: www.startribune.com

Tarvaris odd man out via the Favre signing?

NFL.com's Jason La Canfora reports that the Vikings would be unlikely to get more than a fifth-round pick in a trade involving Tarvaris Jackson.

Pyro's take: That's probably being generous. He has no upside, and comes with sorta a bad attitude to boot. The Vikings have four QBs on the roster including Sage "The Helicopter" Rosenfels and John David Booty on the roster, and Jackson would appear the logical choice to send packing via a trade. The question is, though, if they get no takers on a trade, would they be forced to cut him?

08/18/09, 01:15 PM CDT by
Source: blogs.nfl.com

Tavaris Jackson's job in jeopardy, Rosenfels moves into backup role

Minnesota Vikings QB Tavaris Jackson started out the day as the perceived backup QB to Sage Rosenfels. With the signing of Brett Favre, Jackson is now unlikely to make the final roster cut at the end of the preseason.

Pyro's take: Jackson has the talent to play in the league, but his injury history and contract situation is working against his playing with the Vikings. Rosenfels deserves the backup role to Favre at this point, so if the Vikings let loose of Jackson, we wouldn't be the least bit surprised.

08/18/09, 10:15 AM CDT by
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Tarvaris re-injures knee

According to ESPN.com, Jackson came up gimpy on his knee again as he attempts to stay in the competition for primary hander-offer to Adrian Peterson this season.

Pyro's take: Childress is still trying to sell Favre on un-retiring, and with Sage Rosenfels and Tarvaris Jackson as his alternatives, who could blame him?

08/07/09, 09:00 PM CDT by
Source: sports.espn.go.com

Sage Rosenfels benefits from Tarvaris Jackson's injury

Even though Tarvaris Jackson's back practicing now after sitting out a few days with an MCL sprain, SI.com's Peter King believes that Sage Rosenfels is now a sure thing to be named Vikings starting QB. "I think Sage Rosenfels was the Minnesota starter before Tarvaris Jackson went down with a strained knee at practice the other day, and he's still going to be the starter now, obviously."

Pyro's take: Honestly, we still don't know who to pick here, but whichever QB wins the battle, they are going to have a tough time putting up big numbers in Minnesota. As coach Brad Childress said the other day, "we have a long way to go to be happy with the passing game."

08/06/09, 12:45 PM CDT by
Source: sportsillustrated.cnn.com

Tarvaris Jackson returns to practice

Minnesota Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson returned to practice Thursday after sitting out for just less than a week with an MCL sprain.

Pyro's take: Jackson, who is battling Sage Rosenfels for the starting QB spot, jumped right in and split first-team reps with Rosenfels. Jackson ended the season strong last year, but he's very injury prone, which could work against him.

08/06/09, 12:30 PM CDT by
Source: blogs.startribune.com

Vikings passing game has "a long way to go"

Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress isn't happy with all phases of the passing game, saying, "We’ve got a long way to go to be happy with the passing game."

Pyro's take: Childress is probably still fuming about the rejection from Mr. Brett Favre, because now he's left with two pretty good backup QBs to battle for the starting job. However, he didn't just single out the QBs, but the RBs and O-line as well, but we all know the passing game starts with the QB, and this is not a good sign from Childress.

08/06/09, 12:30 PM CDT by
Source: blogs.startribune.com

Jackson and Rosenfels split reps

Vikings quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and Sage Rosenfels split first-team reps as Minnesota opened training camp. Jackson took the first reps, but Vikings Coach Brad Childress didn't say how he came to that decision.

Pyro's take: After their coach made it blatantly clear that he didn't trust Jackson or Rosenfels with the starting duties by going after Favre, the two remaining quarterbacks now have to pick up the pieces to fight for the starting job. The winner won't be announced until late in preseason.

07/31/09, 01:00 PM CDT by
Source: myespn.go.com

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