Thursday, May 25, 2017

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Image courtesy of Vikings.com
Image courtesy of Vikings.com

Good evening VT readers. Welcome to Sunday’s ICYMI. Today’s topics include: Zimmer’s soft side, progress from young Vikings cornerbacks and more.

VT’s “In Case You Missed It” intends to funnel every news report, the most general of informational notes and a handful of the best analysis articles pertaining to the Minnesota Vikings into one all-encompassing write-up. If you don’t have the time to follow the Purple and Gold as much as you may like, allow Vikings Territory to do the dirty work for you with our catch-all Vikings recap of everything you may have missed.

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Episode 66 — Featuring Guest Host Sam Neumann

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BJ Reidell and Sam Neumann — filling in for an extremely sunburnt Drew Mahowald — discuss the Minnesota Vikings’ recent additions of DT Will Sutton and OG Freddie Tagaloa, dissect the team’s “Face of the Franchise” situation and fire off a handful of “way-too-early” predictions for the 2017 season.

About the Labor Episode 66 closes with a Take 5 segment on the duo’s all-time favorite Vikings AND a special one-time only segment entitled Have a Few More concerning the Top-3 reasons Twitter make their skin crawl.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  • Intro: Sam Neumann: Vikings Ballboy Club Alumnus (0:00-2:34)
  • Will Sutton Signing: How does former Bears DL Will Sutton fit in Minnesota (2:35-6:48)
  • Freddie Tagaloa Review: Breakdown of undrafted OG Freddie Tagaloa (6:49-13:17)
  • The Root: BJ explains the basis of his vocal disdain for Jeremiah Sirles (13:18-14:15)
  • Face of the Franchise: Who is “the guy” in Minnesota? (14:16-29:38)
  • Way-Too-Early 2017 Predictions: Record; NFC North finish; No. 1 WR; Breakout star (29:39-48:00)
  • Take 5: Favorite Vikings players of all time (48:01-57:38)
  • Have a Few More: Special one-time segment — Top-3 Vikings Twitter Pet Peeves (57:39-1:02:32)
  • Sign-Out: Mahowald officially activated from PUP list; eyes Episode 67 return (1:02:33-1:03:53)

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About the Labor Podcast — Episode 65

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BJ Reidell and Jordan Reid — filling in for a vacationing Drew Mahowald — discuss Vikings players who need to step up in 2017, veterans officially put on notice following NFL free agency/draft, answer a few questions from Twitter concerning Teddy Bridgewater and Minnesota’s running back depth chart and finish up with a Take 5 on the most under-appreciated Vikings since the turn of the millennium.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  • Intro: Jordan Reid steps in as co-host for a vacationing Drew Mahowald (0:00-1:47)
  • Time to Step Up: Anthony Barr, Trae Waynes and More (1:48-14:49)
  • Veterans on Notice: Jarius Wright, Emmanuel Lamur and More (14:50-20:30)
  • Twitter Question: The Running Back Depth Chart via Brew_Crew23 (20:31-29:00)
  • Twitter Question: Next Vikings Jersey Purchase via Brew_Crew23 (29:01-31:22)
  • Twitter Question: Teddy’s Fit in Pat Shurmur’s Offense via esramsvik (31:23-36:32)
  • Take 5: Jim Kleinsasser and the Most Under-Appreciated Vikings Since 2000 (36:33-46:19)
  • Sign-Out: You Know How This Goes (46:20-47:10)

About the Labor: Episode 51 feat. Zach Jacobson

BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald welcome Zach Jacobson (Cheesehead TV) onto the show to discuss the Minnesota Vikings signing of Datone Jones, the Green Bay Packers signing Martellus Bennett and where both NFC North teams stand following the greatest wave of free agency.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  • Vikings signing Datone Jones and how he fits
  • Packers signing Martellus Bennett and what issues he presents
  • Packers secondary situation
  • How the NFC North stacks up following free agency
  • Aaron Rodgers.
  • Teddy Bridgewater vs. Sam Bradford from a Packers lens
  • Thoughts on Adrian Peterson signing with Green Bay
  • Najeh Davenport
  • Ted Thompson’s roster-building strategy
  • “We’ll take take just one”

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39 Years Young: Vikings, Newman Agree to Terms

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Father Time’s undefeated record has been well-documented since, well, the beginning of time itself.

Every year another household name in sports is claimed either via planned retirement or playing through a painful final year. No individual has ever been able to stand the test of time, and betting on this changing at any point is more-or-less equivalent to tossing a wad of bills into an active volcano.

If there is one player that possesses both the physical tools and competitive drive necessary to challenge Father Time’s winning streak, however, it is two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Terence Newman.

Following yet another outstanding individual season in 2016, the seemingly ageless defensive back decided he will return to the gridiron for at least one more season with the Minnesota Vikings.

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