Thursday, December 14, 2017

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The Minnesota Vikings listed three players as questionable for Thursday’s divisional matchup against the Detroit Lions.

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Safety Andrew Sendejo, right tackle Mike Remmers and defensive end Brian Robison are listed as questionable for tomorrow’s Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions. All Vikings players practiced in full Wednesday.

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Episode 135

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BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald preview the Minnesota Vikings’ Thanksgiving Day matchup with the Detroit Lions and offer their picks for the week.

Episode 135 is proudly sponsored by SoCom Creative.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  1. Into: The Agenda
  2. Sponsor Note: SoCom Creative
  3. Lions Preview: Offense
  4. Lions Preview: Defense
  5. Game Picks: Saints or Rams?
  6. Sign-Out: No Pregame Show this Week

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Purple FTW! Podcast: Vikings-Lions Preview: Big Ones (ep. 463)

The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings roll into the Motor City Thursday morning for the NFC North Title Game aka everyone’s pre-Thanksgiving feast football viewing pleasure. To preview the tilt, we brought in friend of the show and lifelong Lions apologist Michael Grey (@TheMichaelGrey) to have a “no, my team will lose in terrible fashion”-off. Plus we have a special Five Things focusing on Matthew Stafford, Mike Zimmer, the Vikings running the dang ball, and playing my dumb Twitter Thanksgiving Game.

All that and more “Case Needs a Wheelbarrow” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

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Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer just blew up Twitter.

In Tuesday’s press conference, Zimmer explained what he loves about quarterback Case Keenum, how he plays football and his willingness to takes risks.

“The thing I like the most about Case [Keenum] is he’s got big balls. He’s not afraid. He’s going to pull the trigger and he’s going to play like that, so, you know, that’s a good thing.”

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Drew Mahowald presents the 14th edition of the Skol Scale following the Minnesota Vikings’ impressive win over the Los Angeles Rams and discusses the Thanksgiving matchup with the Detroit Lions.

This Minnesota Vikings team is for real — especially when playing inside the friendly confines of U.S. Bank Stadium.

Mike Zimmer and his defensive unit completely shut down the NFL’s highest-scoring offense, allowing exactly zero points after the game’s first drive. The 19-year-old head coach for Los Angeles scripted a beautiful first drive for the Rams, but Zimmer delivered knockout punch after knockout punch of in-game adjustments in the remaining 55 minutes of the game.

The deafening stadium full of over 66,000 fans rattled sophomore sensation Jared Goff and the Rams. There were delay-of-game penalties, false starts and unnecessary timeouts used by the visiting team on what seemed like every drive. Los Angeles, which averaged over 32 points per game, scored just seven in U.S. Bank Stadium.

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