NFL Vikings
  • NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers

    THE STORY: The Oakland Raiders haven’t been in first place this late in the year since 2002 – the season they last went to the Super Bowl. While it would be a long shot for …

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    18 Nov 11
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    LS Cullen Loeffler injured a rotator cuff and probably won’t practice until Thursday or Friday. He’s handled every special teams snap the team has had since he joined the team in 2004. DE Jared Allen …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Minnesota Vikings: Player Watch

    QB Christian Ponder had a rough outing, going 16 for 34 with an interception and a 52.3 passer rating. But it’s still a positive experience for the rookie to be starting against the Packers at …

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    16 Nov 11
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    Antoine Winfield returned from a four-game absence to play in the Monday night game at Green Bay only to suffer a broken clavicle that is likely to end his 2011 season. He was injured in …

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    15 Nov 11
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    GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers was sensational, as usual. But for the first time this season, he got a major helping hand from his teammates on defense and special teams. Rookie Randall Cobb returned …

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    15 Nov 11
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    Vikings coaches and front-office personnel are meeting this week to discuss the future of Chris Cook, the troubled cornerback who was suspended last week after being charged with felony domestic assault. “We’re just seeing what …

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    07 Nov 11
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    K Ryan Longwell is in the midst of his worse slump since joining the Vikings in 2006. After making 15 consecutive field goal attempts and going two-plus seasons with only three misses, Longwell has missed …

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    03 Nov 11
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    QB Christian Ponder has given the team a spark primarily because of his poise on third downs. Drives are lasting longer because he’s making things happen, whereas Donovan McNabb often sputtered and threw inaccurately. In …

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    02 Nov 11