4th and 20 – Vikings first 2006 loss

I can quit being so angry. It turns out Troy Williamson wasn’t the only guy Brad Johnson was looking for when he dumped an overthrown pass to the double-covered receiver with less than a minute left in the fouth quarter on Sunday. In an interview on KQRS this morning, after joking that he thought it was 4th and 20 (instead of 4th and 2), Johnson described his reciever progression. He said he looked at three shorter route-running recievers before looking at Williamson, getting pressured, and then throwing.

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