11:24 PM EDT, Sun October 23, 2016
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 41 mins ago

Wild Minute: Wild, Kuemper blown out in Brooklyn

Zach Parise scored twice to reach the 300-goal mark, but it wasn't enough to overcome Darcy Kuemper's poor goaltending performance against the Islanders.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 2 hours ago

Eagles defense steps up to beat Vikings

The Eagles harassed former QB Sam Bradford, sacking him six times and forcing three turnovers, in a 21-10 victory on Sunday. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports from Lincoln Field.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 3 hours ago

Jerick McKinnon on Sunday's loss

McKinnon talks about the mistakes Minnesota made in the 21-10 loss that dropped the Vikings to a 5-1 record.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 3 hours ago

How bad were the Vikings? Watch the video and judge for yourself

The Vikings self-destructed in a crush of turnovers, sacks and poor play in Sunday's 21-10 loss to the Eagles. Watch the highlights and lowlights.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago

Gallery: Philadelphia 21, Vikings 10

The Vikings lost 21-10 on the road to the Eagles to drop to 5-1 for the season.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 6 hours ago

Mike Zimmer calls loss 'embarrassing' and Vikings offensive line 'soft'

It took Mike Zimmer a dozen words to get to the one that best described his team’s 21-10 loss to the Eagles here in Philadelphia — “embarrassing.” “It was embarrassing in at least two of the phases,” the head coach said, “and I’m very disappointed in the performance that we gave today. We turned the ball over offensively, we didn’t block people, we dropped balls, we got the quarterback hit, we [need] two inches and we can’t convert on third down or fourth down, we got three shots in the red zone in the first half, we throw an interception, we gave up a 98-yard kickoff...

Postgame: Kuemper cracks in the second period, Wild cracks in the third

Despite Zach Parise's two goals to climb over the 300-goal mark, the Wild blew a lead and was blown out by the Islanders.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 6 hours ago

Meltdown in Philadelphia: Vikings game story in 5 GIFs

The Vikings used a rare combination of offense, defense and special teams to produce an entire team effort loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Almost everything that had been a strength became a weakness, and almost every weakness papered over by a 5-0 start was exposed. With that as a backdrop, here is the game story in five GIFs (and a few words, too). Failure to take advantage: The Vikings were set up TWICE by their defense in the red zone off of early turnovers, and in each case they turned it right back over to the Eagles. The roughest was after Andrew Sendejo returned an interception to just...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 6 hours ago

Will Vikings offensive line threaten a successful season?

This was a difficult way to suffer a first loss, but the only problem the Vikings had Sunday that threatens their season is the play of the offensive line.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 11 hours ago

Vikings prediction: Barr has a big day

Facing a quarterback who has done well against the blitz but hasn't faced a defense like the Vikings', I think Barr makes a big play or two to swing the game in the Vikings' favor.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 11 hours ago

Boudreau on Dumba, Niederreiter; Spurgeon, Haula remain sidelined

The Wild, coming off an overtime loss at New Jersey, visit the Islanders tonight.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 11 hours ago

Stefon Diggs will play against Eagles, top pick Laquon Treadwell is out

Wide receiver Stefon Diggs will indeed be in the lineup this afternoon as the Vikings play the Eagles here at Lincoln Financial Field. Diggs, who missed the Week 5 win over the Texans due to a groin injury, is active after practicing three straight days this week.  He was officially listed as questionable after getting in a full practice Friday. Diggs is one of only four active wide receivers for the Vikings. Laquon Treadwell, who has been dealing with a thumb injury, and Jarius Wright, who has been hobbled by an ankle injury, will not play. It’s unclear if they are being held out due to...

Gophers with restraining orders can play at Illinois, Tracy Claeys says

The Gophers will have KiAnte Hardin and Ray Buford back in their secondary for their next game at Illinois.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 22 hours ago

Wild Minute: Wild lose its first overtime of the season

The Wild, 1-9 last season in 3-on-3, lost to the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night.