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Daily Norseman Dec 12, 2018
Good Morning Gjallarhorn Ep 039 – In the Raw: Offensive Ineptitude

Good Morning Gjallarhorn Ep 039 – In the Raw: Offensive Ineptitude

The GMG old-timers give their postgame Vikings vs Seahawks reactions and nail what would happen in the following 24 hours. Good morning Horners! Within 24 hours after the Minnesota Vikings getting soundly defeated by the Seattle Seahawks, 21-7, there has been a big repercussion. Fans everywhere started discussing who was to blame, or how the blame should be shared for what is so far turning out to be a disappointing season because none of us suspected that we’d be 6-6-1 at this point in the season. Many have talked about the flaws in Kirk Cousins’ play, offensive coordinator John...
The Viking Age Dec 12, 2018

Who is to blame for the Vikings’ loss to the Seahawks?

Which member of the Minnesota Vikings deserves the most blame for their disappointing loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night? Prior to their bye in Week 10, the Minnesota Vikings were sitting with a 5-3-1 record and still feeling pretty good about their chances for success in 2018. But in their four games since, […] Who is to blame for the Vikings’ loss to the Seahawks? - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

The veteran suffered knee and leg injuries in Monday’s win over the Minnesota Vikings

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington RENTON — Seattle will be without linebacker Mychal Kendricks for the rest of the season after he suffered a knee and lower leg injury in the Seahawks’ win over Minnesota. The veteran suffered knee and leg injuries in Monday’s win over the Minnesota Vikings Wire Service
SportsDay Dec 11, 2018
The Seahawks, Vikings, Panthers, Eagles and Redskins are all possible Wild Card opponents. But which team would the Cowboys prefer?

The Seahawks, Vikings, Panthers, Eagles and Redskins are all possible Wild Card opponents. But which team would the Cowboys prefer?

In this week's installment of the Cowboys Beat Writers roundtable, we discuss playoff possible playoff opponents for the Cowboys, Dak Prescott's inconsistencies and the tough decision between rest or continue the momentum.It appears the Cowboys are most likely to play the Seahawks in the Wild Card round of the playoffs. The Vikings, Panthers, Eagles and Redskins (not really) remain outside possibilities. Which opponent would the Cowboys prefer to play?David Moore: If the Cowboys finish as the No. 4 seed Seattle is all but assured to be the opponent. Would they rather face another team to open...
Field Gulls Dec 11, 2018
Enemy Reaction 2018: Minnesota Vikings

Enemy Reaction 2018: Minnesota Vikings

The Seattle Seahawks unofficially confirmed its spot in the playoffs with a 21-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings, as Ken Norton Jr’s defense turned in a sparkling performance on Monday Night Football. Minnesota’s normally air-tight run defense got gashed for more than 200 yards, which was necessary for a Seahawks offense that could do pretty much nothing in the air. A primetime win deserves a primetime version of Enemy Reaction, which... I won’t lie, this was actually kinda sad. I don’t think the folks at Daily Norseman have ever been this down in any Enemy Reaction I’ve done for...
The Seattle Times Dec 11, 2018
On Russell Wilson’s worst night, the Seahawks’ new-look defense delivered its best game

On Russell Wilson’s worst night, the Seahawks’ new-look defense delivered its best game

What you saw in that dominating defensive performance against the Vikings on Monday Night Football was a watershed moment for the Seahawks' young, rebuilt defense. As the playoffs near, this looks like a complete Seahawks team.
Daily Norseman Dec 11, 2018
The officials completely blew Monday Night’s biggest call

The officials completely blew Monday Night’s biggest call

It may not have mattered, but at the time it was huge Over the past few seasons, I’ve tried to keep the amount of complaining I do about National Football League officials to a minimum, at least on here. (Twitter is another story. . .sometimes.) And while the Minnesota Vikings’ offense performed poorly enough where they probably didn’t deserve to defeat the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football, the Seahawks certainly didn’t need any additional assistance. But they got it on what might have been the biggest play of the game. Blocked field goal by Bobby Wagner... Here's the...
Field Gulls Dec 10, 2018
No QB has won more games through 7 seasons than Russell Wilson

No QB has won more games through 7 seasons than Russell Wilson

The z key on my keyboard is actually broken. I can obviously type it obviously, but it also keeps sticking uncontrollably and sometimes I can’t shut it off. It’s really annoying. However, let me use it now to cut you off: “QB Winz.” There, I did it, now you don’t have to. The Seattle Seahawks beat the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night, improving to 8-5. The win pushed Russell Wilson’s career mark as a starter to 73-35-1, the most victories that any quarterback has ever enjoyed with his team over the first seven seasons of his career. It’s the sixth year in a row that Wilson...
Niner Nation Dec 10, 2018
Kirk Cousins has rough outing in Seattle

Kirk Cousins has rough outing in Seattle

The 49ers might have dodged a bullet. The Seattle Seahawks got a huge win on Monday Night Football, beating the Minnesota Vikings to improve to 8-5 and take a two-game lead in the wild card race. The Seahawks could clinch a playoff berth this week if they beat the San Francisco 49ers, and the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington both lose. Carolina is also two games back, but Seattle holds the head-to-head tiebreaker on them. We’ll have plenty to discuss about the Seahawks this week, but for this evening, Kirk Cousins is the story of the day. He threw for 208 yards and a touchdown, but most...
Daily Norseman Dec 10, 2018
Seattle Seahawks 21, Minnesota Vikings 7: No offense

Seattle Seahawks 21, Minnesota Vikings 7: No offense

The defense did what they could for a while, but got no help from the other side. On Monday night at CenturyLink Field, the Minnesota Vikings had their share of opportunities against the Seattle Seahawks. They took advantage of none of them. Thanks to an utterly putrid performance by the Minnesota offense for the second week in a row, the Vikings fell to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football by a final score of 21-7. All of the scoring in the first half came courtesy of a 37-yard field goal by Sebastian Janikowski in the second quarter. The Seahawks had a chance to extend their lead...
Field Gulls Dec 10, 2018
Seahawks 21 Vikings 7: Defense dominates on Monday night

Seahawks 21 Vikings 7: Defense dominates on Monday night

It was ugly and needlessly close for far too long, but in the end, the Seattle Seahawks (8-5) came away with a 21-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings (6-6-1) in front of 69,007 fans at CenturyLink Field. Russell Wilson was 10/20 for 72 yards and an interception, but had 63 of Seattle’s 215 yards rushing, including a key 40-yard scamper that helped the Seahawks cement this game away. The defense was remarkable, holding the Vikings out of the end zone until garbage time. Kirk Cousins was sacked twice, including once for a fumble return touchdown, while Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs were...
Daily Norseman Dec 10, 2018
Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks: Third quarter discussion

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks: Third quarter discussion

It’s a three-point game. . .it just seems worse. The first quarter at CenturyLink Field was scoreless, but the second quarter started with the Seattle Seahawks camped at the Minnesota Vikings’ 14-yard line, facing a 2nd-and-9. Russell Wilson was forced to throw one away on second down, bringing up a third-and-long situation for the home team. On third down, Danielle Hunter got through the Seattle front to bring down Wilson for a sack to stop the drive. 78-year old Sebastian Janikowski came onto the field and connected on a 37-yard field goal attempt for the game’s first points, giving...
Daily Norseman Dec 10, 2018
Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks: Second quarter discussion

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks: Second quarter discussion

We’re scoreless after a quarter, but the home team is threatening The final NFL game of Week 14 got underway at CenturyLink Field with the Seattle Seahawks winning the coin toss and deferring to the second half, meaning the Minnesota Vikings would get the football first. Sebastian Janikowski put his foot to the ball and Ameer Abdullah returned the kickoff to the Minnesota 23 for the Vikings’ first drive of the evening. Kirk Cousins led the Minnesota offense out onto the field, and got things started with a short run by Dalvin Cook. Cousins then rolled to his right and lofted one to...
Blogging The Boys Dec 10, 2018
Monday Night Football live thread: Vikings @ Seahawks

Monday Night Football live thread: Vikings @ Seahawks

Closing out Week 14 with a good game. It’s an NFC wild card battle on Monday night between the Vikings and the Seahawks. This is an open thread for game chat.
Silver And Black Pride Dec 10, 2018
Monday Night Football open thread: Vikings vs. Seahawks

Monday Night Football open thread: Vikings vs. Seahawks

Greetings, Raider Nation! There is one more game in Week 14, which tonight concludes with the Vikings visiting ChainLink Field and the Seattle Seahawks. Both of these teams are in contention for the two Wild Card berths in the NFC, although neither has a realistic shot at winning their division. Minnesota is 6-5-1 and has a dynamic pair of receivers in Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs to go with explosive running back Dalvin Cook. Last year it was the Vikings’ defense that carried them to the postseason but that trend hasn’t carried forward into this season. The Seahawks are 7-5 and are a...
Gang Green Nation Dec 10, 2018
MNF: Seahawks vs Vikings Game Thread

MNF: Seahawks vs Vikings Game Thread

Monday Night Football, Week 14. Tonight the Minnesota Vikings travel west to the Emerald City to take on the Seattle Seahawks. Coming into the season the Minnesota Vikings were a popular bet to be the NFC representative in the Super Bowl. While that is still a possibility, it’s not looking particularly likely. At 6-5-1 the Vikings come into the game losers of three of their last five games. Their once dominant defense has just been pretty good, and their offense, expected to take a leap forward with Kirk Cousins at the helm, has been average. The combination has made for a team lurking...
Field Gulls Dec 10, 2018
Seahawks-Vikings inactives: Doug Baldwin OUT

Seahawks-Vikings inactives: Doug Baldwin OUT

The Seattle Seahawks will be without wide receiver Doug Baldwin for Monday night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Baldwin was a game-time decision due to a hip injury, and... well... the decision has been made. Baldwin has been banged up all season, missing multiple games with a knee injury, so this is a new and unwelcome development. For something good, rookie running back Rashaad Penny is active after being listed as questionable with an ankle injury after the final practice. So we should have the Chris Carson-Rashaad Penny duo out there again, with Mike Davis as the presumptive #3...
ClutchPoints Dec 10, 2018
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin ruled out for Vikings game

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin ruled out for Vikings game

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin has officially been ruled out for the team’s Monday night game against the Minnesota Vikings. Baldwin has been dealing with a groin injury, which caused him to miss the practices leading up to the showdown against the Vikings. He was initially listed as questionable for the matchup but is […] The post Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin ruled out for Vikings game appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Vikings-Seahawks inactives: Linebacker Eric Kendricks up, receiver Doug Baldwin down

The Kendricks brothers will stand on opposite sidelines again on Monday night. Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks, who was listed questionable to play due to a rib injury, is active in Seattle. Kendricks’ older brother, Mychal, is the Seahawks linebacker who just had an 8-game suspension lifted by the NFL. He’s expected to play for the first time since September, when he pleaded guilty to charges of insider trading. Hello from Seattle, where the #Vikings and #Seahawks will kick off tonight in ideal conditions. pic.twitter.com/TLIaczzmDz — Andrew Krammer (@Andrew_Krammer) December 10,...

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