2:48 PM EST, Tue November 13, 2018
Daily Norseman 54 mins ago
The Vikings didn’t play, but their playoff chances improved

The Vikings didn’t play, but their playoff chances improved

Wait, how did that happen? Close to the halfway point of the season, I started doing a week to week update of the Vikings playoff chances. Along the way, they’ve had a couple of big wins, a tough loss, and the bye week. And even though the Bears won a big game against Detroit, Minnesota’s playoff chances actually improved this past weekend. How can that be? Well, if you want to go back to the beginning, you can get caught up here, here, and here. If you don’t want to take the time to get caught up, a quick primer, if I may: I’ve been using two sites to help with playoff percentages...
ClutchPoints 1 hour ago
Vikings WR Stefon Diggs knows he will play in Week 11

Vikings WR Stefon Diggs knows he will play in Week 11

Minnesota Vikings star wide receiver Stefon Diggs missed his first game of the season in Week 9 action against the Detroit Lions due to a nagging rib injury that became a prevalent issue throughout the week of practice. Despite that, Diggs recently told Ian Rapoport of The NFL Network on his podcast that he firmly […] The post Vikings WR Stefon Diggs knows he will play in Week 11 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Vikings Territory 1 hour ago

The Rugged Upcoming Stretch Drive for Vikings and What it Means for the Gambling Fan

The Vikings have won four of their last five games and for those keeping track, now that sports betting is legal in Minnesota, they have covered the number in all four of those victories. But our boys still sit behind the Bears in the NFC North division race and are just a heartbeat ahead of … The post The Rugged Upcoming Stretch Drive for Vikings and What it Means for the Gambling Fan appeared first on Vikings Territory.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago

Film review: How Khalil Mack, Bears' front seven will test Vikings offense

When asked recently if anything about the NFC North has jumped out at him, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said enough with what he didn’t say in his response. “I thought Chicago would be good on defense,” Zimmer said earlier this month. “I haven’t watched them on offense at all, but I think with them adding [Khalil] Mack — it’s helped them.” The Bears offense, led by a second-year Mitchell Trubisky who struggled mightily twice against the Vikings last season, has been the surprise of the division while averaging nearly 30 points in a 6-3 start. When the Vikings (11th, 22.7ppg)...
The Viking Age 8 hours ago

7 things the Minnesota Vikings should be thankful for in 2018

It’s great to be thankful for what you have and the Minnesota Vikings have a lot for the organization and its fans to appreciate during the 2018 season. This year, fans of the Minnesota Vikings will not be watching the purple and gold as they enjoy a turkey dinner with their family on Thanksgiving. However, […] 7 things the Minnesota Vikings should be thankful for in 2018 - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.