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getty images Detroit Lines defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh  “will likely be suspended for the next egregious flagrant foul” NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports, citing a source. This comes shortly after Suh was fined $100,000 for a low block on Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan in Week 1. Ndamukong Suh will likely be suspended for the next egregious flagrant foul, per a league source. As a repeat offender, increased scrutiny — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 15, 2013   “I have no say in the process (despite) being a part of the situation,” Sullivan told USA TODAY Sports. “The league did what they felt was appropriate and the matter is settled.” “I’m just happy I wasn’t hurt — seriously injured,” said Sullivan. “There’s a reason that play is illegal. It’s incredibly dangerous. I just feel fortunate that I’ll be playing this week.” Other players are also taking notice of Suh’s rough play such as New Orleans Saints tight end Ben Watson. “I hesitate to call a playe

PJD's Game Two Recap: Vikings Gonna Vike

Has There Ever Been a More "Vikings Game" Vikings Game? OK, so we all just suffered through a stupid Vikings game on Sunday afternoon. The Vikings lost to the Bears 31-30, and it was pretty embarrassing. But ask yourself WHY it was embarrassing. I mean, we all knew the Vikings were going to lose the game, right? Did ANYONE legitimately pick them to win going in to it...

Vikings fan takes dislike of Ponder to President Obama

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Minnesota Vikings' fans are fed up with quarterback Christian Ponder after two years as Minnesota's quarterback. One fan is taking his issues with Ponder to a higher authority: President Barack Obama. A petition was started on the White House website to remove Ponder as the Vikings' quarterback "by executive order." The petition reads...

Leslie Frazier continues to take blame for defense on final drive vs. Bears

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Harrison Smith was motioning safety Jamarca Sanford to start the play closer to the line and cornerback Josh Robinson was looking back at Smith. Smith then drifted to his left on the crucial play in the Minnesota Vikings' 31-30 loss at Chicago on Sunday. On the other side of the defense, Chris Cook was all alone, waving to Smith to move over. Cook never...

Suh likely to be suspended for future flagrant fouls

Ndamukong Suh came very close to a suspension for his latest illegal hit -- this one a low blow on a defenseless player in Week 1 -- but was granted the benefit of the doubt based on the fact that there was at least a slight chance Vikings center John Sullivan could have impacted the play downfield sources said. The arguments were strong in favor of suspending Suh who has been suspended...

Five things: Leslie Frazier takes blame for Vikings' loss

The Minnesota Vikings are now in the precarious position of being 0-2 this season after Sunday's 2-0 loss to the Chicago Bears and Minnesota coach Leslie Frazier took to the podium following the loss to accept the blame. "I told our players after the game, as a staff, I don't think we could have asked for any better preparation or fight from our team," Frazier...

Vikings DT Kevin Williams Double Tipped INT in Endzone (Video)

We have a crazy one going in Chicago with the Bears and Vikings. The Bears put the ball in Jay Cutlers hands at the 1 yard line and the Vikings Kevin Williams picks it off in the endzone after a double tipped pass.

Vikings report card: mistakes in all areas of game

Jay Cutler's touchdown pass to tight end Martellus Bennett with 10 seconds left pushed the Chicago Bears to a come-from-behind 31-30 victory against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.A slow start was overcome with Minnesota finding some offensive and defensive rhythm, but it was undone and ultimately not enough when Chicago drove down the field with 3:05 left after the Vikings...

Bishop: Vikings now Packers’ top rivalry

The Vikings have always considered the Packers their top rivalry, but Green Bay hasn’t always reciprocated. Now, another in the long line of Packers defects, Desmond Bishop, says the Vikings have overtaken the Bears as Green Bay’s top rivalry.

Sunday Pontifications: What ails you

Follow today's action live with @wobby and #Vikings fans at — Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) September 15, 2013 Thoughts on the UND Football team getting run out of the building. Vikings defense looks brutal today as well. Is it time for a change? Does UND football need to fire the head coach?  UND nation is not happy today...

Christian Ponder reportedly on a short leash

According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports,  Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder is on a short leash after committing four turnovers in week one. Even though the Vikings lost by one point to the Bears on Sunday,  Ponder threw one touchdown and one interception.  It looks like his job is safe for now.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Christian Ponder...

Christian Ponder obliderated Lance Briggs (GIF)

Defensive players always look to take a shot at the quarterback following an interception.  So when a quarterback is able to deliver a blow (not that kind of blow, Jeff Garcia, ya weirdo), I’m all for seeing a defender get punished. On Sunday, Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder found himself in a position to lay the lumber on Bears linebacker Lance Briggs.  And boy, was the...

Chicago Bears overcome turnovers to defeat Minnesota Vikings, 31-30

Recap The Chicago Bears (2-0) turned the ball over four times, including three turnovers by quarterback Jay Cutler, but still managed to pull out a 31-30 over the Minnesota Vikings (0-1) in dramatic fashion.  The Vikings dominated most of the second half and held a 30-24 lead after a Blair Walsh field goal with 3:17 […]The post Chicago Bears overcome turnovers to defeat Minnesota...
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