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Breaking Down the Best Teams in the NFC

The playoff picture for the 2020-21 NFL season is beginning to take shape, and the National Football Conference (NFC) is…

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Vikings in the Playoffs, at the Moment

When the Minnesota Vikings escaped Week 12 with a victory over the Carolina Panthers, the emotional toll reverberated through the…

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Top NFL QBs by Passer Rating + QBR + PFF [Week 12]

Note: Each week our senior Vikings insider Dustin Baker breaks down his combo of QB stats. For last week’s article…

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Let’s revisit the ‘Diggs was right’ “logic” halfway through 2020

As I’ve said countless times, typically as a preface to my talking about sports betting, I’m not much of a…

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Forget Wins and Losses, Jefferson Can Win OROY

Forget Wins and Losses, Jefferson Can Win OROY    Many jottings in the Vikings universe now focus on “reasons to get excited” about the  remainder of the 2020 season. Minnesota has just one win this season, so attention spans no  longer focus solely on winning.  Why? Because it would take a gargantuan winning streak, and would essentially bankrupt the gamble Colorado website industry, for Minnesota to merely get close to a low-tier playoff position. This Vikings bunch got smoked by the Colts and Falcons in performances that undeniably proved that they belong nowhere near playoff football.     Ergo, fans are left to study the progression of young players, speculate [often absurd] trade  scenarios, and determine the long-term outlooks on the coaches and general manager.  Twitter is a wonderful spot for the latter two subjects – “trade this guy” scenarios for every  rostered player can be plucked from the social media app. What’s more, the “Fire Spielman …

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