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Article: How Does Teddy Compare? - Version 3.0

Minnesota Vikings Talk Today, 07:52 AM
We’ve gone through two iterations of this blog already and I apologize if you are bored by it, but if only because it interests me, we’re...
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Article: Fantasy Football Week 16 Rankings

Fantasy Football Talk Today, 03:19 AM
You’ve made it to the championship game of your fantasy football league. For that you should be congratulated, so congrats! One final wee...
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Time to cut Blair Walsh

Minnesota Vikings Talk Today, 01:22 AM
His time is up. Just another worthless player who squandered potential in this franchises history. Worthless bum.
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This Week in the NFC North - Week 16

Minnesota Vikings Talk Yesterday, 05:17 PM
This Week in the NFC North – Week 16     Last Week The Bears did what the Bears do lately, and looked bad losing at home on Mon...
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NFLPA files lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of Peterson

Minnesota Vikings Talk Yesterday, 12:30 PM
The NFLPA has filed a suit against the NFL on behalf of Adrian Peterson. At this point, (as far as I can tell) it might only serve to hel...
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Article: Big Week for Walsh

Minnesota Vikings Talk Yesterday, 11:28 AM
It’s not quite time to push the Blair Walsh panic button despite his recent struggles – which have been well chronicled by now. He’s miss...
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How Does Teddy Compare? - Version 3.0

We’ve gone through two iterations of this blog already and I apologize if you are bored by it, but if only because it interests me, we’re going to do it again. In the first two editions of “How Does Teddy Compare”, we compared young Teddy Bridgewater to two former Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks (Christian Ponder and Daunte Culpepper).

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Fantasy Football Week 16 Rankings

You’ve made it to the championship game of your fantasy football league. For that you should be congratulated, so congrats! One final weekend of football stands between you and the coveted trophy and bragging rights. You’ll need a lot of luck and a little lineup help – I’m here to assist with the latter.

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Big Week for Walsh

It’s not quite time to push the Blair Walsh panic button despite his recent struggles – which have been well chronicled by now. He’s missed five of his last six field goal attempts and now ranks 30th in the NFL in field goal percentage. A chance to snap out of his recent slump and salvage something from a down season awaits him in familiar territory back home in Florida this Sunday.

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Vikings Journal Mailbag: Next Year's Optimism, Playing Rookies and Draft Strategy

Vikings Journal is continuing its weekly twitter mailbag under the hashtag #VJMailbag. Follow @ArifHasanNFL on Twitter to participate! In this mailbag, we talk about optimism, playing rookies and how to draft.

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How Did the Vikings Change their Gameplan Against the Lions?

Though the Vikings didn't come away with a win or even very many points, their ability to move the ball down the field against Detroit this weeks represents serious growth, and not just for their rookie signal-caller.

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Missed Opportunities Catch Up With Vikings in Detroit

Sunday afternoon’s 16-14 loss to the Detroit Lions stung. While yes, the team did play pretty well, and yes they were a field goal away from beating the division leaders, it stung because of those very things.

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Lions Pick and Kick Their Way to a Win Over the Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings went into Ford Field to get their first divisional win of the season, and had the best chance to grab it. But two Teddy Bridgewater picks and two missed Blair Walsh kicks later, and the Vikings came up short, 16-14.

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Vikings vs. Lions Game Thread

Our Vikings Journal writers will be discussing the Vikings vs. Lions game right here in the comments section so register and share your thoughts on the Purple before, during and after the big game.

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Vikings vs. Lions Preview: Taking Small Steps

The Minnesota Vikings season has been one of small steps forward, setbacks, regrouping and then more steps forward. Currently on a two-game winning streak (for the second time this season), they have another opportunity for taking steps in their development in Detroit against the Lions.

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Vikings Continue to Be Big Losers in Peterson Case

Every good thing comes to an end, eventually. All too often in sports, poor choices lead to these “good thing” crashing and burning far too early. Such seems to be the case in Minnesota with running back Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings.

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What to do With Matt Kalil

It’s fair to say Matt Kalil is not having a good season. Actually it’s probably fair to say he’s having an awful season. The reasons given for his struggles range from poor technique and lack of confidence to injury. The question is: what should the Vikings do about it?

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Vikings have Questions to Answer at Running Back

Since 2007, when Adrian Peterson was a rookie for the Minnesota Vikings, the team’s running game was pretty uncomplicated. Hand the ball off to Peterson and let him rack up yards. But in 2014, that completely changed. The Vikings backfield has been in constant flux, full of questions that may not be answered soon.