Live from the Super Dome in New Orleans. September 21st, 12 PM.
|2014 Pre Season Schedule|
|8/23||@ Kansas City||7 PM|
|8/28||@ Tennessee||7 PM|
|2014 Regular Season Schedule|
|9/7||@ St. Louis||12 PM|
|9/14||New England||12 PM|
|9/21||@ New Orleans||12 PM|
|10/2||@ Green Bay||7:25 PM|
|10/19||@ Buffalo||12 PM|
|10/26||@ Tampa Bay||12PM|
|11/16||@ Chicago||12 PM|
|11/23||Green Bay||12 PM|
|12/7||NY Jets||12 PM|
|12/14||@ Detroit||12 PM|
|12/21||@ Miami||12 PM|
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For three years, Tom Johnson couldn't touch Drew Brees in practice. Now, he's hoping to sack him. "Definitely,'' Johnson said. "I want to do that.''
Vikings sign fullback Zach Line to the practice squad
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The Film Don't Lie: Minnesota Vikings
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Mike Zimmer knows about Matt Cassel throwing interceptions. He saw him toss three for the Vikings last December at Cincinnati when Zimmer was the Bengals' defensive coordinator.
In a penalty-filled game, the Vikings were twice as good as the New England Patriots, flagged seven times to the Patriots' 15. Yet only the Vikings' mistakes added up to a loss.
None of the Vikings had a particularly good day on Sunday, but cornerback Xavier Rhodes might have had the most conspicuously bad series.
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Patriots 30, Vikings 7: Turnovers lead to smackdown
Matt Cassel threw four interceptions and New England converted turnovers to New England points as the Patriots rolled over the flat-footed Vikings in Minnesota's home opener TCF Bank Stadium.
After a strong opener, the Vikings failed on in all three phrases with the stats to prove it in a 30-7 loss to the Patriots.
The Vikings were primed to go into halftime down seven points, but a blocked kick changed the complexion of the game in a hurry.
Tom Brady continued his perfect record against the Vikings and Minnesota continued a recent trend of struggling in Week 2.
The Vikings sure started strong, finishing off a smooth opening drive with a 25-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Asiata after moving 80 yards in seven plays solely with Asiata and the tight ends.
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In a game in which he could have helped the Vikings get to 2-0 against his former team and his close friend Brady, Cassel didn't answer the bell.
Matt Cassel threw four interceptions and played so poorly Sunday that Vikings fans chanted for his backup on multiple occasions during the team's home opener.
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