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Minneapolis Star-Tribune 9 hours ago
Hartman: Despite loss, more progress for Vikings
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Hartman: Despite loss, more progress for Vikings

They played the Packers much closer than earlier, and Greg Jennings sees it slowly coming together.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 12 hours ago

Tom Powers: Vikings' passive decision spells doom in the end

The most disappointing thing about Sunday's loss to the Green Bay Packers is that the Vikings did not go down fighting. Instead, they surrendered by giving the football to Aaron Rodgers so he could run out the clock.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 13 hours ago

Vikings rely on depth at key positions in loss

Joe Banyard. Charles Johnson. Shamar Stephen. Three names the Vikings didn’t exactly think they’d rely on in a game but, nevertheless, played important roles in 24-21 loss to the Packers on Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. Johnson and Stephen both made their first career starts at wide receiver and defensive...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 13 hours ago

Bridgewater says being 'very excited' to play Packers affected his first-half accuracy

You might have noticed that Vikings rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater looked very much like a jittery rookie quarterback in the first half of Sunday’s 24-21 loss to the Packers at TCF Bank Stadium. His throws were sailing or bouncing or, in once case, being picked off and used to set up a Packers...
CBS Sports 12 hours ago
Video: Packers at Vikings recap

Watch: Packers at Vikings recap

Adam Aizer, Jamey Eisenberg, Pete Prisco and Dave Richard recap the action of the Packers and the Vikings.
Daily Norseman 4 hours ago

Report: Vikings General Counsel Worked To Keep Adrian Peterson Off The Field

Lost in the lead up to the Minnesota Vikings' 24-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday was a story about the ongoing situation with Adrian Peterson. It came from ESPN's Adam Schefter through his FaceBook page, and addresses something that Peterson said in his interview with Tom Pelissero in USA Today. In that interview, there was a bit where Peterson talked about some members of the organization not wanting him back with the team. Unlike Peterson, Schefter named names. . .well, one name, anyway. When Adrian Peterson told USA Today there were people in Vikings' organization who did...
Daily Norseman 7 hours ago

Stock Market Report: Packers

Hey, maybe things aren't going to be so bad after all. Hi kids. This past week was a pretty rough one for me as a Vikings fan. I don't know why, exactly. Well, I know why (bad Bears loss, AP news), but I don't know why those two things affected me like they did. The Vikings have had worse losses, and have dealt with worse off the field news. Maybe not in the same week, but in the Pantheon Of Viking Disappointments, these two things were fairly minor in the grand scheme of things. Still, it set the tone for the coming week, and for me that tone was as depressed and uninterested in a Packers...

Packers' victory over Vikings not a big win, but a gritty one

Being a Super Bowl contender is never having to say you’re sorry for a three-point victory against a division rival on a field you’ve never played on.

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Vikings' Mike Zimmer on Lacy: 'He's a load, he's tough to tackle'

Green Bay --- Aaron Rodgers has historically been a problem for the Minnesota Vikings. But in four games, Eddie Lacy has become just as big a problem. He has now rushed for 434 yards and scored six total touchdowns against the Vikings.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 10 hours ago

Vikings: Joe Banyard, not Ben Tate, backs up Jerick McKinnon

So much for Ben Tate making an immediate impact. The running back didn't even play Sunday.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 11 hours ago

Vikings' mistakes add up to another loss

According to 19th century abolitionist poet John Greenleaf Whittier, the saddest song of tongue and pen is what might have been.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 11 hours ago

Vikings: Matt Kalil silent about another rough game

Matt Kalil had another rough day for the Vikings, called for three penalties worth 35 yards, but the left tackle didn't want to talk about it after a 24-21 loss to Green Bay at TCF Bank Stadium.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 12 hours ago

Vikings' Charles Johnson emerges as go-to receiver

Charles Johnson's claim to fame his first month with the Vikings was that he was not left guard Charlie Johnson.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 15 hours ago

Polls: Grade the Vikings' performance vs. Green Bay

Here's your chance to weigh in on Sunday's game
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 16 hours ago

Halftime: Packers 14, Vikings 10

The Packers lead the Vikings 14-10 at halftime at TCF Bank Stadium. Kicker Blair Walsh hit a 39-yard field goal with 16 seconds left to reduce the Vikings deficit right before halftime. The Good: The Vikings had the longest scoring drive this season, lasting 14 plays and ending on a 22-yard touchdown pass from rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to wide receiver Charles Johnson. Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer gambled twice on fourth down inside Packers territory, but the offense converted on both attempts to extend the drive and produce the touchdown opportunity. Johnson, who recorded his...
St. Paul Pioneer Press 16 hours ago
Packers lead Vikings 14-10 at halftime

Packers lead Vikings 14-10 at halftime

If the Packers are going to score 50 points again, they have some work to do.
Baltimore Sun 18 hours ago

Vikings coach expects Adrian Peterson to return

Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer believes running back Adrian Peterson will return to the team once he is reinstated, ESPN reported Sunday.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 19 hours ago
Vikings' Sharrif Floyd misses 1st NFL game, with knee injury

Vikings' Sharrif Floyd misses 1st NFL game, with knee injury

Vikings defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd missed the first NFL game of his two-year career Sunday against Green Bay because of a knee injury.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 19 hours ago

Vikings inactives: Asiata (concussion), Floyd (knee) out; Tate active

Vikings defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (knee) and running back Matt Asiata (concussion) will be inactive against the Packers on Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. Floyd didn’t practice all week due to the injury and had crutches by his locker the entire week. It’s the first game Floyd will miss in his career. Rookie defensive tackle Shamar Stephen will receive his first carrer start in place of Floyd at the three-technique spot. Running back Ben Tate is active for the Vikings and expected to have a role only four days after the team claimed him off waivers from the Browns. Asiata did not...

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