Wednesday, August 23, 2017

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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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Purple FTW! Podcast: Vikings-Bills Recap - As Coley as the Other Side of the Pillow (ep. 393)

The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings prevailed on the field of battle Thursday night vanquishing the Bills of Buffalo in a contest that means nothing. But plenty of story lines from the game! We react (and over react) to a number of them in the first Purple FTW game recap of the season.

Today’s Talkers Include
• The 1st Team Offense Was…..
• The 1st Team Defense Was…..
• Dalvin Cook is Apparently #Good
• Stacy Coley Shined
• Rodney Adams Rollercoaster
• Tashawn Bower Earned Himself Some Money
• The Backup Quarterback Report
• I Really Liked How Eric Wilson Played
• Other Winners and Losers
• Twitter Questions

All that and more “…I Still Believe in Fruechte, Dammit” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

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Preseason Week 1: Vikings at Bills — Discussion, Debate & Instant Analysis

VT Roundtable Episode 21

VT Roundtable Returns for Episode 21 after a Brief Hiatus JUST in time for Vikings Football!

New Austin (@austincbelisle), Ham Neumann (@NeumSamN), BJ Reidell (@RobertReidell), Brett Anderson (@brettAnderson87) and Drew Mahowald (@DrewMahowald) discuss the Minnesota Vikings’ sloppy Preseason performance against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Thursday evening.

The guys collectively hammer out a plethora of initial game takeaways, pick apart multiple individual performances and, as always, bring the fire to YouTube Dot Com.

Check out Episode 21 after the jump and subscribe to the Vikings Territory YouTube channel to ensure that you never miss a VT Roundtable discussion, the latest installment of Bump & Run or and a variety of other #content.

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A Baker's Dozen Thoughts from the Vikings Night Practice [PODCAST] - 1500 ESPN Twin Cities

The final edition of the Minnesota Vikings famous Saturday Night Training Camp Practice from Mankato is in the books. We take the time to comb through a handful of pressing topics from the practice and the week leading up, including stories from our shows at Boulder Tap House and a few from the Mankato night life. #Ribfest

Today’s Talkers Include
• Stefon Diggs is Ready for Primetime
• Sam Bradford’s Accuracy is Still His Hallmark
• Dalvin Cook & Jerick McKinnon Will Be a Dynamic Duo
• Who Knew Rashod Hill’s Health Would Be Paramount
• Ben Gedeon is Legit
• Xavier Rhodes is NOT a Practice Player
• The Vikings Need a Big Year from Trae Waynes
• Rodney Adams is Back in the Derby
• Anthony Barr is Back
• Teddy is Still a Fan Favorite
• Why I’m in on Isaac Fruechte
• Big Linval’s Contract Extension

All that and more “Goodbye, Mankato” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

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Image courtesy of Vikings.com

Welcome to the second installment of the Vikings Territory Training Camp Primer series — focusing on Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen and the wide receiver position.

Ever since Randy Moss left town following the 2004 season, the Minnesota Vikings have thoroughly lacked production at the wide receiver position. Sidney Rice‘s 2009 season and Percy Harvin‘s four-year stint represented bright spots, but other than that, Minnesota has tried to scrape by without much from the group.

That narrative appears to be hanging in the balance as the 2017 season comes to fruition.

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