The Minnesota Vikings (3-8-1) visit the Baltimore Ravens (6-6) today at Noon on FOX. My question is do you want them to win? There's no question that this season is lost, so personally I would like to see them go 0-4 to closeout the season, driving them to the best possible draft pick. (Quarterback anyone?) How do you feel?
The Minnesota Vikings (3-8-1) went into overtime for a second week in a row against a division rival, but came out with a win yesterday, topping the Chicago Bears (6-6) 23-20 at the Metrodome. Adrian Peterson rushed for 211 yards, and the Bears missed a 47-yard field goal in overtime.
The Minnesota Vikings (2-8-1) host the Chicago Bears (6-5) in a battle of NFC North rivals, in what will be one of the final three games ever played in the Metrodome. The game will be the 106th meeting between the two teams.
The season has been bad enough just from a performance, results, and win-loss perspective, but now this; with the DWI arrest of Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson, Minnesota now has more arrests (3) this season the wins (2).
They say a picture is is worth a thousand words. I believe this picture of the clearance rack at TJ Maxx speaks for itself, but I want you to caption it anyway. Best caption wins a Ponder jersey (just kidding) 98 Country t-shirt.
In what felt like another loss to most Vikings fans, Minnesota (2-8-1) squandered a 16-point fourth quarter lead at Lambeau Field, ending the game in Green Bay deadlocked with the Packers (5-5-1) in a 26-26 tie.
The Minnesota Vikings (2-8) are in Wisconsin today to face the Green Bay Packers (5-5) for the second time this season. The earlier matchup, four weeks ago in Minneapolis, resulted in a 44-31 Packer win. Earlier in the week, Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier named Christian Ponder as the Minnesota starter at quarterback.
The Minnesota Vikings (2-7) face the Seattle Seahawks (9-1) today at CenturyLink Field in Seattle at 3:25 CT (FOX). It appears that Christian Ponder will be getting the start for the Vikes, despite separating his non-throwing shoulder in last week's game against Washington.
In addition to a couple of football teams battling it out tonight at the Metrodome when the Vikings host the Washington Redskins (7:30 CT on NFL Network); there will be protesters on hand. Washington has been feeling increased pressure to make a team name change, as many feel the 'Redskins' moniker is offensive.
Viking tight end Kyle Rudolph could miss about a month with a fractured foot he sustained Sunday at Dallas against the Cowboys. Rudolph caught 2 passes including a 35-yard touchdown Sunday before leaving with the injury.
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