Sunday, November 19, 2017

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Episode 121

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BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald discuss the return of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, how the Minnesota Vikings defense has performed in coverage this season and take a look at the NFC postseason picture as it stands through Week 6.

Episode 121 is proudly sponsored by BlackStack Brewing and The Twin Cities Directory.


  1. Into: The Agenda (0:00)
  2. Sponsor Note: BlackStack Brewing & The Twin Cities Directory (1:30)
  3. The Return: Teddy Bridgewater vs. Case Keenum (2:20)
  4. Coverage Chart: Reviewing the Vikings Defense (19:10)
  5. Playoff Picture: Wide Open NFC — Where do the Vikings Fit? (29:23)
  6. Sign-Out: Subscribe and Review on iTunes and/or Stitcher! (38:52)

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Episode 120

Graphic designed by Brett Anderson

BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald recap the Minnesota Vikings’ 23-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers in which quarterback Aaron Rodgers was lost to injury.

Episode 120 is proudly sponsored by BlackStack Brewing and The Twin Cities Directory.


  1. Rapid Reaction: Aaron Rodgers injury, Anthony Barr, Harrison Smith, Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater’s return, Laquon Treadwell and plenty more!

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Packers at Vikings Week 6 Recap

The Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers in Minneapolis Sunday by a score of 23 to 10. The biggest news stemming from the game: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers left in the first quarter due to a broken collarbone. He could miss the rest of the season.

Green Bay was not the same after losing their star quarterback. Packers backup Brett Hundley replaced Rodgers in the second quarter and struggled. The 2015 5th-round pick went 18 of 33 for 157 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions. He also fumbled once and was sacked four times for a total of 20 yards. His QB rating was 39.6.

Green Bay’s rushing attack also sputtered as it squared up against Minnesota’s 6th-ranked run defense. Running backs Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones combined for 69 yards on 23 carries (3.0 YPC) as the Packers failed to get any momentum going on offense.

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The Minnesota Vikings escaped with a 20-17 win at Soldier Field against the Chicago Bears on Monday night, thanks to the late-game heroics of Harrison Smith and a strong second-half performance by Case Keenum.

Sam Bradford began the game at quarterback for the Vikings. The report from the team was that the bone bruise in his left knee was feeling much better and more comfortable, so he suited up.

Somebody was lying.

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