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D’s Get Degrees: Vikings-Titans Recap [PODCAST]

The Minnesota Fightin’ Vikings recovered from a slow start (too much BBQ?) to dismantle the Tennessee Titans 25-16 Sunday in Nashville. The Zimmer Hellfire Defense lead the way generating two defensive touchdowns and three takeaways (really four, but whatevs.) The defensive scoring was key as the Purple generated zero touchdowns on offense, despite a better-than-expected(?) outing from elder statesman Shaun Hill. We recap the game that was and also try to not freak out about Blair Walsh.

Today’s Hot Chicken Talking Points
• The Zimmer Hellfire Defense Leads the Way
• Eric Kendricks Has a Chance to be Special
• Everson Griffen Already is Special
• Harrison Smith is Earning Every Penny
• Mike Zimmer’s Halftime Adjustments
• We Need to Talk About Blair Walsh
• Shaun Hill Was Good Shaun Hill
• Adrian Peterson Got Nothing Going
• Trae Waynes’ First Start Was ____.
• Kyle Rudolph Was… Good?
• #FreeCordarrelle?
• Loose Vikings-Titans Thoughts
• Blue Print For Winning the Rest of the Season
• Three Reubens of the Day

All that and other “2000 Ravens, Homeboy” chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast!

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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. Hill did Diggs on a deep ball. He also made some big third down throws. Two down tyrant had more to do with offense fails. He missed a couple holes, seems like it might take AD acoioke games to get the game speed vision dialed in. It was clear TEN was geared up to stop run but still. I miss Teddy.

  2. i looked the game again and Kalil at least was NOT getting beat. As you stated, his guy often went wide and Kalil let him go and Hill did what he was supposed to do and that is step up. Pressure up the middle is what will kill pass protection more than DE trying to beat wide. I thought Kalil graded out pretty good in both pass and run and can live with that kind of performance for 16 games..

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