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The Arizona Cardinals head north this Sunday to face the winless Minnesota Vikings. That could be a scary proposition since the Vikings are winless. They are an 0-4 team that easily could be 4-0. Problem is, they make them play second halves. The Cards problem is they make them play 60 minutes. if they had to play 55-58 minutes, the Cards would be 3-1 at worst. It is what it is though. Here are the top five keys to the Cards beating the Vikings on Sunday. … [visit site to read more]Five Keys to the Cards Beating the Vikings - Raising Zona - Raising Zona - An Arizona Cardinals Blog
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MINNEAPOLIS—In a press conference Thursday, Minnesota head coach Leslie Frazier made it clear Donovan McNabb would remain the team’s quarterback for the foreseeable future, as Frazier and every other person in the Vikings organization completely despises the 12-year veteran and enjoys nothing more than seeing him fail.
Series: Vikings lead 13-10Last Meeting: Minnesota needed a crazy comeback to top Arizona 27-24 in overtime last season. This was the finalmagic moment in Brett Favre‘s career. Favre was 36-47 for career-high 446 yards, but started the game with an interception on Minnesota’s first drive, then threw another pick on 2nd and goal from the Cardinals’ 2 yard line.The Cardinals...
For anyone thinking the Vikings might be ready to start Christian Ponder: Think again.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said this week he plans to stick with his starters, all his starters, including Donovan McNabb.
When a team is 0-4, you have a couple of options. You can make massive changes in your starting lineup. Or, you leave things alone, cross your fingers and hope everyone...
Brett Favre doesn’t talk all that much. But when he talks, he talks plenty. He talks so much that, as in the case of his recent talking points about the Packers, he has had to talk some more. On Friday, Favre addressed the controversy that arose from his recent remarks on 790 The Zone in…
Vikings reward long snapper Cullen Loeffler with contract extension
Starting right tackle Brandon Keith is expected to miss Sunday's game against Minnesota with veteran backup Jeremy Bridges replacing him.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DAVE CAMPBELL AP Sports Writer Chris Kluwe is on Minnesota's injury report this week because of a strained right hamstring, a twinge he felt running up the field after his first punt of the game last week.
Kluwe said Thursday his leg feels fine and that he should have no problem playing Sunday against Arizona. But Kluwe has not kicked yet this week...
The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms on a contract extension with long snapper Cullen Loeffler. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Im excited to be here with the Minnesota Vikings, Loeffler said. I love this organization and Im really glad to be a Viking. I expect good things in the future. Source: The Redzone
Every week, the experts of "FOX NFL Sunday" reveal their observations and opinions as they prepare for football's top-rated pregame telecast -- seen each Sunday at noon ET/9 a.m. PT. We'll share some of the highlights from Curt, Terry, Howie, Jimmy and Michael grabbed from their weekly conference call with insider John Czarnecki.
Czar: Who should it be in Minnesota...
The Minnesota Vikings signed long snapper Cullen Loeffler to a three-year extension on Friday, ensuring that the league's longest-tenured kicking trio will remain intact.
Brett Favre doesn't understand what the fuss is all about.
By Brian Hall
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Vikings Pro Bowl cornerback Antoine Winfield missed his third straight day of practice on Friday with a neck injury and is listed as doubtful for Minnesotas game Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Winfield suffered the injury making a tackle in last weeks loss at Kansas City and has had stiffness all week. He had an MRI...
The Cardinals have been about as inconsistent as any team this year, with a passing game that comes and goes and a defense that is big-time or bust. As Adrian Peterson puts it, it could be famine, famine, feast for the Vikings.