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Road to 100 — Episode 95

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BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald take an in-depth look at the Seattle Seahawks’ second- and third-string playmakers ahead of the Minnesota Vikings’ matchup with Blair Walsh and Co. this Friday.

Recorded LIVE on Mixlr on August 15th.

Episode 95 is sponsored by BlackStack Brewing and The Twin Cities Directory.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  1. Into: The Agenda (0:00)
  2. Sponsor Note: BlackStack Brewing & The Twin Cities Directory (1:52)
  3. Injury Update: Trae Waynes and Alex Boone Miss Practice (3:11)
  4. Seahawks Primer: QB Trevone Boykin to DE Frank Clark to S Tedric Thompson (6:40)
  5. Brock ‘N Roll: Vikings Reportedly Interested in Former 49ers CB Tramaine Brock (46:21)
  6. Why We Suck: More Magary Magic (50:13)
  7. Drew’s Final Take: Always Hit 16 Against a Face (56:30)
  8. Sign-Out: Predicting the Final Score of a Preseason Football Game (57:35)

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Road to 100 — Episode 94

Graphic designed by Brett Anderson

BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald welcome Eli Hartman-Seeskin of Last Word on Sports onto the show to help them give a more in-depth breakdown of the Minnesota Vikings’ performance against the Buffalo Bills last Thursday.

Episode 94 is sponsored by BlackStack Brewing and The Twin Cities Directory.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  1. Into: The Agenda (0:00)
  2. Sponsor Note: BlackStack Brewing & The Twin Cities Directory (1:39)
  3. Quarterback Competition: Case Keenum vs. Taylor Heinicke in Buffalo (2:15)
  4. Coley Killin’ It: Wide Receiver Group Continues to Impress (16:48)
  5. Linebacker Competition: Is Edmond Robinson the Favorite? (24:12)
  6. Backup Safeties: Solid Night for Jayron Kearse (30:08)
  7. Bower Power: Tashawn Bower Looking Like the Real Deal (37:18)
  8. Takeaway Sandwich: Positive + Negative + Positive (38:35)
  9. Sign-Out: Special Thanks to Eli for Joining Us! (45:10)

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Episode 92

Graphic designed by Brett Anderson

BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald finish up their Minnesota Vikings training camp discussion by talking about the defensive side of the football in Mankato, Linval Joseph’s contract and the trend the team has set, review the first unofficial depth chart and finally look forward to the preseason with some tidbits on the Buffalo Bills.

Recorded LIVE on MixIr on August 8th.

Episode 92 is sponsored by Blackstack Brewing, The Twin Cities Directory and stand-up comedian Brendan Gay.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  1. Intro: The Agenda (0:00)
  2. Sponsor Note: BlackStack Brewing & The Twin Cities Directory (1:18)
  3. Joseph Extended: Contract Details & Rob Brzezinski’s Extension Model (2:00)
  4. Murray and Reiff Return: Reaction and What it Means (11:55)
  5. Sponsor Note: Comedian Brendan Gay (22:45)
  6. Unofficial Depth Chart: Takeaways (23:30)
  7. Training Camp Review: Defense (35:10)
  8. Game Preview: Buffalo Bills (1:01:10)
  9. Sign-Out: Regular YouTube Reaction/Analysis Videos Coming! (1:07:09)

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    Image courtesy of Vikings.com

    Minnesota Vikings safety Jayron Kearse has been fighting an uphill battle since the moment he was drafted during the seventh round of the 2016 NFL draft.

    Kearse, a former standout safety at Clemson University, entered camp last season with greater expectations than most late-round draft selections due to his incredible size-athleticism combination. He delivered to some extent, making the 53-man roster out of training camp last season and contributing a total of 77 snaps on defense — second to only first-round pick Laquon Treadwell among Vikings rookies.

    The results were not always there for Kearse, however, as he often appeared to struggle with his positioning and overall understanding of Mike Zimmer’s complex defensive scheme. Entering his second training camp in Minnesota following a full offseason with the Vikings, Kearse is feeling considerably more comfortable both with the training camp process and his understanding of his role on defense.

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