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About the Labor: Midseason Award Show Part I

BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald hand out their Minnesota Vikings midseason awards including offensive MVP, defensive MVP and best celebration through eight weeks of the NFL season.

Episode 127 is proudly sponsored by The Twin Cities Directory.

PRIMARY TALKING POINTS

  1. Into: The Agenda (0:00)
  2. Sponsor Note: Shamrock’s Irish Nook (1:20)
  3. Bridgewater Back: Mike Zimmer Preparing Bridgewater to Play Against Washington (2:20)
  4. Midseason Awards: MVPs, Best Celebration, Best Individual Performances & More! (5:16)
  5. Sign-Out: Subscribe and Review on iTunes and/or Stitcher! (35:30)

EPISODE 127

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  1. I like the occasional touchdown celebration if it’s clever, although I don’t think anyone will ever top Chad OchoCinco’s Irish step dance for me, but I guess when it comes to football I am one of those old farts who prefers the cool, cold steel of Chuck Foreman scoring more than 10 times a year and just flipping or handing the ball to the referee after every…single…score, letting everyone know that…he’ll be back.

    Offensive Most VALUABLE Player: Case Keenum, because QB is still the most important position.
    Offensive Best Player: Riley Reiff because of the injuries to Bradford, Cook and Diggs.
    Offensive Honorable Mention: Adam Thielen
    Offensive Most Improved: Jerrick McKinnon, although I was tempted to go with Nick Easton for his top pass blocking and slowly improving run blocking just to get a rise out of B.J.

    Defensive MVP: Xavier Rhodes for limiting or just plain taking out the opposing best receiver every game.
    Defensive Best Player: Harrison Smith
    Defensive Honorable Mention: Everson Griffin
    Defensive Most Improved: Anthony Barr, with a shout out to Shamar Stephen way down at the end of the bench.

    Special Teams MVP: Ryan Quigley
    Special Teams Best Player: Alright, you’ve got me. If I had to guess, I’d say Quigley or Jayron Kearse, with an honorable mention for Kentrell Brothers, but I guess I just haven’t been paying enough attention to special teams.
    Special Teams Bizarro, Up is Down, Down is Up Award: Kai Forbath for being almost perfect on field goals and stupefyingly imperfect on point after attempts.

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