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Minnesota Vikings-Indianapolis Colts

The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings saw their playoff hopes all but disappear Sunday as the Indianapolis Colts laid the smack down on the Purple at Historic US Bank Stadium. The Vikes are still “mathematically” alive, but the team looks mentally checked out and ready to mail in the rest of 2016. We recap the Week 16 debacle.

Today’s ‘Holy Hell, What Just Happened’ Talkers Include:
• The Return of Adrian Peterson was _____.
• The Defense Was to Blame Today
• Sam Bradford is Blameless
• The Offense Reverted to Adrian Ball
• What the Hell Happened to Anthony Barr?
• Calling Out Everson Griffen
• Guys Who Didn’t Quit
• Hey Anthony Harris
• Mike Zimmer & Rick Spielman Aren’t on the Hotseat. But…
• So What Now?

All that and more “YOU AS COLD AS ICE” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

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About the Labor: A Minnesota Vikings Podcast — Episode 31

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Co-Hosts BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald (NFCN Barroom) bring back do-it-all Vikings analyst Austin Belisle to help determine just how great of a threat quarterback Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts are to the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium on Episode 31 of the About the Labor.

Primary talking points include running back Adrian Peterson’s return to the practice field, the complete lack of talent surrounding Luck with exception to big play wide receiver T.Y. Hilton, an Indianapolis defense ravaged by injury and featuring essentially zero big-time playmakers and praise for all-time kicking legend Adam Vinatieri.

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This is it, the final three games of the 2016 NFL season and the Minnesota Vikings basically need to win all of them to even have a shot at making the playoffs. There are scenarios where the Vikings can get into the postseason with one more loss, but their chances dramatically decrease if they can only win two out of their final three games.

So first in line for Minnesota to focus on are the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have won their last three games on the road and this matchup just happens to be in the Vikings’ U.S. Bank Stadium (a place where Minnesota has lost two of their last three games).

What are some tactics that the Vikings can use in order to get a win on Sunday and keep their name in the NFC playoff picture?

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This week, we celebrate success in phase one of the four-phase “Win Out to Hopefully Make the Playoffs” plan. Howard Dean and I quickly map out the remaining path to victory, but we focus mostly on the task at hand: the Indianapolis Colts. Due to a lack of any tangible analysis, I instead provide you with the top five reason the Colts suck. Join me in dissing the franchise.

Also: ADRIAN IS PRACTICING.

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Minnesota Vikings-Indianapolis Colts

060As the Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings prepare to take the field of battle versus Lieutenant General Andrew Jerome Luck and the Indianapolis Colts Cavalry Sunday at Historic US Bank Stadium, we hold down the home front and run through a litany of Purple talkers on a Wednesday.

Today’s Bayonet Charge Talking Points Include
• Mike Zimmer’s a Tough Son of a Gun
• Adrian Peterson Returns to Practice
• Vikings Headed to London, Again
• Toby Johnson Come on Down!
• The Salary Cap is Going Up
• Playoff Mentality
• Adam Thielen’s Season is Amazing
• NFL Changes A Crucial Catch Parameters
The JCPenney Commercial is the Dumbest Commercial Ever

All that and more “The Savage Norsemen with the One-Eyed Leader” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

An Andy Carlson Joint

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