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Links of the (Short) Week

The Vikings are short-handed thanks to Adrian Peterson’s legal issues and a sudden injury invasion.  However, through a quarter of the season now, they have performed almost exactly how Brett, Arif, and myself predicted prior to the start of the season.  This leaves us with plenty of optimism, thanks in large part to Teddy Bridgewater, and lots to discuss. Here is a look around the web at what is being said about our beloved Vikings with the Packers on deck:


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Adam Warwas (Founder) has been writing about the Vikings for a total of eight years. Five of those years have been here at Vikings Territory where he continues to surround himself with enough talented individuals that people keep coming back. As proud as he is of what Vikings Territory has become, his real treasures are in his home... a beautiful wife and three amazing children (and a dog named Percy).

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  1. Could anyone give an explanation of the 10 second run off on the reversal of the Mckinnon TD. It seems very unfair that the vikings get penalized 10 seconds for a bad call by the refs. I could see if we had made a challenge and it failed, but why would we be docked time for something that was not our fault?

  2. Boy! Didn’t Rhodes look like a lock down corner last week? I couldn’t help but notice he seemed to be in his guy’s back pocket almost every time they threw his way. Also, Wright has always been solid when called upon and I hope this is evidence of more to come.
    I think we have a better than good shot at coming out Lambeau with a win tomorrow. The offensive line has to perform, however, and we must be able to stop the run. With Raji out and Claymaker dinged up, we have a chance to eat up clock and Rogers off the field. I expect GB to utilize their shifty back Harris on the edges and with passes out of the backfield, which could gouge us. 27-24 Vikings