By the end of Tuesday, the Minnesota Vikings lost all three of their quarterbacks from the 2017 season. Sam Bradford (Cardinals), Teddy Bridgewater (Jets), and Case Keenum (Broncos) will be heading out of the Twin Cities. Advertisements
Case Keenum and Stefon Diggs combined for one of the most miraculous plays in NFL history during a dramatic 29-24 win over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional playoffs.
Case Keenum spelled an injured and ineffective Sam Bradford during Monday night’s battle with the Chicago Bears. If not for that, we may have been deprived of the lamest celebration of the young NFL season.
The Minnesota Vikings dropped their first game of the season in Philadelphia on Sunday in a brutal 21-10 affair. A bye week didn’t seem to help the Vikings. Instead, Sam Bradford and company came out quite rusty. He was sacked six times and threw an interception in the […]
For reasons I can’t quite comprehend, people are losing their cookies over Harambe. The Minnesota Vikings were the latest to join the craze prior to Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
While all season-ending injuries are sobering, there was something about Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s that stunk just a bit more than all the rest.
Before Blair Walsh burned down the Vikings’ season, former Minnesota Vikings head coach Bud Grant was an honorary captain prior to Sunday’s Seahawks/Vikings playoff game.
The Minnesota Vikings lost 10-9 to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in the NFC Wild Card playoffs after kicker Blair Walsh missed a 27-yard field goal with under 30 seconds remaining.
While the Seahawks are considered to be this year’s “TEAM THAT NOBODY WANTS TO PLAY” on the NFC side this postseason, it appears they will have to brave some extremely frigid conditions on Sunday to advance.
The Minnesota Vikings topped the St. Louis Rams in a 21-18 overtime victory on Sunday but the victory came with a cost. Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was knocked out cold from an elbow by Rams safety LaMarcus Joyner during a second half scramble.