A drastic change of pace from the last few predictions. While most of the season, the FPC Vikings staff has been confident in Minnesota's chances, this week things have shifted. Given the circumstances of playing on a short week, on the road, after one of the worst losses in recent history, things are looking a little tough as the Vikings take on the Rams.
The Vikings get their first shot at primetime tonight as they travel to Los Angeles to take on the surging Rams. So many stories surround this matchup, not the least of which is the high number of injuries. To get a better gauge of one of the league's most exciting teams, we asked Full Press Rams editor Andrew Kelly a few questions leading up to this battle of NFC elites.
Each week I’m going to be charting all of Kirk Cousins' dropbacks via the NFL coaches’ film. This film allows me to see all 22 players on the field and better evaluate the quarterback’s performance. I’m tracking a variety of important statistics, including accuracy,...
The lack of health on both sides makes this game not quite the marquis event fans hoped for. That said, there is still plenty of star power amidst this duel of NFC elites.
According to a report from KSTP, Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen was involved in an incident at a hotel in Minneapolis on Saturday.
While the Vikings have been largely healthy the first couple of weeks, this go-around they are facing a wave of injuries, including some to key players.
The Vikings are 16.5-point favorites in Vegas as the Bills come to U.S. Bank Stadium. Now, this could mean a quintessential overlook game for Minnesota, especially given the two games that await them. But everyone here agrees that the Vikings should win and win big.
After an emotional trip to Lambeau, the Vikings return home to take on the worst team in the NFL. The Bills have a roster devoid of talent on offense with glaring holes on defense. Add a rookie quarterback with accuracy issues and slow processing...
The Vikings' passing attack appears to be at a level everyone hoped for. Kirk Cousins has a good rapport with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen and has gotten Kyle Rudolph and Dalvin Cook involved regularly. While the running game has stalled for much of the first two games, John DeFilippo has had no problem putting a significant load on the passing attack. And the offense has answered the bell. The Vikings spent a lot of money on Cousins for that very reason: he is someone who can perform in high volume situations.
Each week I’m going to be charting all of Kirk Cousins dropbacks via the NFL coaches’ film. This film allows me to see all 22 players on the field and better evaluate the quarterback’s performance. I’m tracking a variety of important statistics, including accuracy,...
The Minnesota Vikings should hire Ryan Longwell to coach place-kickers. The team needs a kicker whisperer in the worst way. Poor place-kicking cost Mike Zimmer's Vikings a playoff win against Seattle a few years ago. Poor kicking cost the Vikings a divisional road win in Green...
The Vikings did not suffer their first loss yesterday, but the tie in Green Bay was still deflating. It opened fans eyes to a lot of things regarding this team. And while there are still 14 games to go, certain aspects of the Vikings are starting to take shape.
In an early season showdown between the perennial favorites for the NFC North division crown, the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers put on a show. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait until Week 12 for a difinitive conclusion.
It's a tried and tested fact: sports fans love video games that include their favorite teams. But why should the video game sports tie-ins stop there?
The Houston Astros are looking to make a return trip to the World Series. The only problem is the 108-win Boston Red Sox stand in their way.