Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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The NFL trade deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 3 p.m. CST.

The Minnesota Vikings lost their starting running back for the season. On top of that, they lost their starting quarterback for six games, and counting. Yet, they’ve won three games in a row and sit atop the NFC North at 5-2. With the trade deadline just around the corner, will the Vikings make a move to try and better position themselves for a deep run in the playoffs?

Lets take a look at some players the Vikings could trade, some players the Vikings could acquire, and the likelihood of the move occurring, including a few trades that have been proposed by other writers.

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Minnesota Vikings-Arizona Cardinals

The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings finally got back in the win column for the firs time since October 9th (41 days). Mike Zimmer’s once vaunted defense became vaunted once again, getting consistent pressure on Carson Palmer and helped the Purple seal a 30-24 win Sunday at Historic US Bank Stadium.

Today’s Back in the Saddle Again Talkin Points Include
• Carson Palmer Got Beat Like He Stole Something
• Mandatory Kai Forbath Talking Point
• Week 3 Under Shurmur Was _______.
• Xavier Rhodes Played the Game of His Life
• #FreeDanielleHunter
• Cordarrelle Patterson is Becoming…
• Offensive Line Watch
• Jeff Locke Has Been PHENOMENAL This Season
• The Defense Still Has Issues Stopping the Run
• Week 11 Zimmer Assessment

All that and more “Bring the Wood” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

An Andy Carlson Joint

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Stefon Diggs a #1 receiver
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Recently in the Vikings Territory writers room, the topic of Stefon Diggs came up, and to my surprise, a healthy chunk of the staff was not sold on him as a legitimate #1 wide receiver. Pardon? The hands, the speed, the razor sharp route running? The ability to chase down blatant overthrows? I’m firmly of the opinion that Diggs has everything you want in a #1 wideout, so the only option here was to throw the challenge flag and dust off the ol’ coin toss.

Adam explained how the coin toss works in this post from a few weeks ago, but basically it’s an argument between two VT writers. Simple enough. The prolific Austin Belisle volunteered to be the voice of the dissenters, and argue Diggs is NOT a #1 receiver. Here we go!

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The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings are limping into Thursday’s showdown with the 10-2 Arizona Cardinals in a game that most Purple supporters are dreading. After the 38-7 dismantling at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, even the most fervent Purple Kool-Aid drinkers are anticipating an ass kicking on Thursday and us falling to 8-5. It’s possible. It’s also possible the Vikings blow the Cardinals out by thirty because football is stoopid.

Di Murphy (@DiMurphyMN) of The Daily Norseman makes her weekly appearance to vent about the Seahawks game, complain that we have no healthy safeties left, talk about how Teddy Bridgewater is being shafted and if the Vikings truly have to worry about missing the playoffs.

All that and other “I’m Glenn” nonsense on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

An Andy Carlson Joint.

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