Episode 91

Graphic designed by Brett Anderson

BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald share their thoughts on the offensive side of the football at Minnesota Vikings training camp. Focal points include the wide receiver position, Sam Bradford’s accuracy, the backup quarterback battle and simply what made Mankato such a blast to be a part of.

Episode 91 is sponsored by Blackstack Brewing, The Twin Cities Directory and stand-up comedian Brendan Gay.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  1. Training Camp Discussion: Wide Receivers, Sam Bradford and Plenty More

EPISODE 91

WATCH THE LABOR

The Uncut, Unfiltered & Extended Childbirth

Disclaimer: Video Recordings are unedited and may contain tasteful profanity on occasion.

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Chicago-Based Stand-Up Comedian Brendan Gay

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hi guys – Love the work. I am questioning your inclusion of WRs on the PS. To keep Jones, Shelton and Adams on the PS is overkill. I suppose your perspective is that Jones will be on the 53 until Floyd returns…and that makes sense…but what happens to Jones when Floyd comes back?

    Also, does Tagaloa look like he has anything to offer other than size and strength? If we keep 9 OL, do you suppose we need 2 PS OL? I can’t really think of any to keep. Shockingly, I think Clemmings has eligibility but Sirles does not. Collins has apparently been disappointing.

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    • Mark — Thank you for listening and for the comment. I think the first thing to consider with regards to these WRs is that they have to clear waivers if/when they are cut. Hypothetically, if all three clear and are able to be added to the PS, you’re right in that it wouldn’t be the best idea to keep all three WRs.

      I think the best bet now is that Adams makes the roster and Jones and Shelton remain practice squad candidates. When Floyd returns from suspension, things will get interesting, especially if Adams hasn’t taken and ran with the kick return job yet.

      Tagaloa didn’t jump out to me when I watched the third team. If I had to pick linemen now to make the team, I’d likely go: Reiff, Boone, Easton, Berger, Remmers, Hill, Elflein, Isidora and Sirles. But I will add that Beavers should be in the conversation for that last spot.

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