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Wobby sez: All is not lost

The freak out factor for a team’s fan base is going to be high following an 0-3 start to the season. And 0-3 is precisely where the Vikings find themselves after blowouts at the hands of the Packers and Colts and then a heart-breaker courtesy of the Titans.

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It’s Crow Eating Time! I was WRONG about Justin Jefferson

If there was one person out in Vikings media constantly bemoaning the Minnesota Vikings’ number one pick from the 2020 NFL Draft, it was me. Well, to

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Christopher Gates

2020 NFL Week 4: Minnesota Vikings at Houston Texans (maybe)

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Let’s see what happens, shall we?

As the late, great Gorilla Monsoon may have put it, this Sunday will pit the resistable force against the moveable object when your 0-3 Minnesota Vikings travel to Texas to take on the 0-3 Houston Texans.

Both of these teams have faced pretty stiff competition over the first three weeks, as the combined records of both of their opponents is 8-1 thus far. The Texans have lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, and...

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AJ Mansour’s Corner: How Past 0-3 Vikings teams fared

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It’s the Turnovers, stupid.

Before the Tennessee Titans game in Week 3, the Minnesota Vikings were holders of an abysmal time-of-possession ranking. The team ranked dead last in time of possession and was retaining the football just one-third of the time offensively.

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Takeaways from Each NFC North Week 3 Game

Tennessee Titans (3-0) 31, Minnesota Vikings (0-3) 30 The Vikings showed life, and it wasn’t enough Minnesota came into Week 3 dealing with a plethora of issues.

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Vikings release statement in conjunction with COVID-19 testing

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Again, no positive tests for the Vikings. . .yet.

In connection with the news that the Minnesota Vikings’ opponent from this past Sunday, the Tennessee Titans, have had a bunch of positive COVID-19 tests, the Vikings have released a statement.

The statement reads as follows:

Statement from the #Vikings pic.twitter.com/JMG136w2ci

— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) September 29, 2020

Today the NFL notified us that members of the Tennessee Titans...

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Wobby sez: All is not lost

The freak out factor for a team’s fan base is going to be high following an 0-3 start to the season. And 0-3 is precisely where the Vikings find themselves after blowouts at the hands of the Packers and Colts and then a heart-breaker courtesy of the Titans.

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Titans, Vikings suspend activities due to COVID-19

The Vikings are scheduled to face the Texans this week and the Titans are slated to take on the Steelers. Both games, in theory, could be in jeopardy if there are widespread positives.

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Vikings Suspend In-Person Activities Following COVID Outbreak

The Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans have both suspended all in-person activities following an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Tennessee organization.

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Christopher Gates

Three Titans players test positive for COVID-19; Vikings suspend in-person activities

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We’ll need to keep an eye on this

UPDATE: Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that the Vikings’ team facility has been shut down until further notice, though there have been no positive tests associated with the Vikings to this point.

There were no positive tests with the @Vikings when notified this morning but the NFL is taking the safe approach via protocols with facility shutdown, source added. https://t.co/kVJIDBUfwQ

— Chris Mortensen...

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Arif Hasan

Norse Code Podcast Episode 340: The Justin Jefferson Show

Arif and James are back to talk about the positives and negatives of being 0-3. The Vikings lost but all the sudden have a promising new receiver and Dalvin looked fantastic! Also what’s happening in the red zone for the defense and is Samia a turnstile or worse?

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Episode Notes:

My piece on designing a 35-point offense for the Vikings Jon Krawczynski wrote about Justin Jefferson staking his claim in the receiver corps And Chad Graff on a potentially growing...

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Unbelievable! - More Than Expected, Still A Loss

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BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald share their thoughts on the Vikings’ 31-30 loss to the Titans.

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Fantasy fallout: Buy the breakouts from rookie WRs Justin Jefferson, Tee Higgins

Week 3 was a big one for rookie receiver breakouts, but which ones are a sign of things to come? Our NFL Nation reporters weigh in.

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Gone Fishin'

Tuesday Open Thread: September 29, 2020

With a start like this, it almost makes you long for the off-season

Merry Tuesday, everyone!

Alright, we’re done with the last game, and getting ready for the next. It doesn’t get any easier for the Vikings, as they will head southward to Houston for a showdown at high noon on Sunday against the Texans. The Texans won their division last year, then pulled off a comeback in the wild card round to beat the Bills, then lost in the divisional round via a comeback victory by the Chiefs. If I...

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Christopher Gates

Vikings sign Luther Kirk to practice squad, waive Nate Meadors

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More shuffling of defensive backs

On Monday, the Minnesota Vikings once again did some shuffling of the defensive backs on their practice squad.

The team has announced that they have signed safety Luther Kirk. To make room for him on the practice squad, they have waived Nate Meadors.

Kirk went undrafted this past season after playing his college ball at Illinois State and signed with the Dallas Cowboys after the draft concluded. He was the Defensive MVP...

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Vikings Receiving Core vs. Stefon Diggs

It’s not an understatement to say that the Minnesota Vikings have been disappointing this year. Despite having realistic playoff and even superbowl aspirations going into the 2020 season, following their week three loss to the Tennessee Titans, the team sports a winless record on the year at 0-3.

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The Vikings Can Lose Four More Games

The year was 2013. Leslie Frazier was amid his final campaign as a purple-clothed skipper, and Minnesota opened the season with losses to the Lions, Bears, and Browns.

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Danielle Hunter Further from Returning than We Thought

The Vikings are now 0-3 for the first time since 2013, and they sit in the basement of the NFC North. After giving themselves a great opportunity to win in week three, the defense could not get the job done.

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Luft Krigare

Vikings vs Titans: GMG In The Raw

GMG In The Raw! Immediate post game reaction to Vikings vs Titans. After losing by a point with a chance to win that goes askew, Drew, Flip and Dave discuss what it all means.

Good morning Horners! It the day after your Minnesota Vikings took on the Tennessee Titans at US Bank. What did we see? We saw a close game where the Vikings had the lead for a good portion of the game. Then at the end, we saw “chaos” as HC Mike Zimmer said after the game. Did we see improvement? Dalvin Cook set a...

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