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Purple FTW! Podcast – Episode 115 – Who’s Next? with Darren Page

The NFL Draft continues to ramble ever closer, so we had our man Darren Page (@DarrenPage) of Vikings Territory & Bleacher Report back on the show to drop some knowledge bombs about the names he fancies for the Minnesota Vikings in the upcoming culling of amateur talent into the professional ranks.

On the Clock Talking Points Include:
• Details on the Purple FTW/Vikings Territory Live Draft Stream!
• Vikings News
• Adrian Peterson reinstated
• Is the Adrian article on Cowboys.com tampering?
• The Vikings want a 1st round pick & starting CB for Adrian?
• Babs is Gonna Be on Jimmy Kimmel
• Mel Kiper’s recent mock draft. Who the Vikings get?
• Interview Darren Page
• Brandon Scherff – La’el Collins
• Why Amari Cooper over Kevin White & DaVante Parker?
• Could Todd Gurley be the replacement for Adrian Peterson?
• Bud Dupree – The Forgotten Edge Rusher
• Marcus Peters over Trae Waynes?
• Mid Round Monsters: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Ali Marpet, Devin Funchess, Jay Ajayi, Anthony Chickillo
• Late Round Lovers: Austin Hill, Hayes Pullard, Zach Zenner
• What happens with Adrian?
• Darren’s STONE COLD HOT TAKE

All that and other “Slick Rick” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

An Andy Carlson Joint.

 

 

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Andy Carlson (Podcast Producer) is life-long Vikings fan with a sense of humor to help dull the pain of that existence. Sports are fun. They're meant to be be enjoyed and not taken too seriously. He lives that mantra over at the Purple FTW! Podcast: Dedicated to the Pain AND Pleasure that is the Minnesota Vikings. Check out his shenanigans there and on Twitter @AndyCarlsonShow and @PurpleForTheWin.

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  1. The Vikings had near a league low pass offense and the run defense was not much better, so whatever they do, they need to improve these 2 parts of their team first and foremost.

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