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Purple Jesus Diaries:
Welcome to "Play Date: Madden Updates for Your Minnesota Vikings." Every week guest author Matthew will provide insight on just how badly our team sucks in video games, as well as real life. He'll break down offense, defense, special teams, and even offer a digital prediction for this weekend's game (which of course won't be happening this week, but let's read on anyway). Let him hear your suggestions in the comments:
Hey guys it's Matthew for your Bye Week Madden update. Offense- The Good News:
Finally, finally, finally the nerds at EA show some love to Purple Jesus. He's rated 99 overall now. WINNING! The Ponder got a little stat boost and is up to 76. Should at least be 80 in my opinion and definitely 99 with his shirt off.
Defense-The Good News:
The Terrorist and Erin Henderson increase to 80 and 75 respectively. But it doesn't really matter since it seems like every week are defense goes down. Which brings me to my next point....Defense-The Bad News:
Our gold star on Defense dropped down to silver this week. Remi and Kevin both dropped down. Which can be problem when playing online against rush heavy assholes. Cedric Griffin lost some points which is understandable since he gets burned by everyone. Does anyone miss Chris Cook yet?Bye Week Festivities:
With the week off I'm happy that our team gets to rest and not lose. So it's a win win for them. However since the Vikes won’t be on, I think eating junk food and watching The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air is in order. Before the show jumped the shark. Who's with me on that?
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The Vikings promised an update on Chris Cook’s status on Monday and they delivered. In a statement the team said, “Chris Cook … [visit site to read more]Chris Cook is No Longer Suspended, Still Won’t Play - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin has been assessed a $7,500 fine by the NFL following a personal foul he picked up in last weekend's game against the Carolina Panthers.Harvin scuffled with Panthers defensive back Captain Munnerlyn, grabbing his facemask during the altercation.He was assessed a 15-yard penalty on the play, which took place in the second quarter of...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings ended cornerback Chris Cook's suspension on Monday, but he will not be participate in football activities so he can focus on pending legal matters.
Coach Leslie Frazier said Cook had been reinstated to the 53-man roster and will be paid after spending the past two weeks on the reservesuspended list after an Oct. 22 arrest. He faces...
The Minnesota Vikings were supposed to get a break from bad news while enjoying their bye week, but the NFL managed to find wide receiver Percy Harvin on Friday after his sideline altercation with Carolina Panthers cornerback Captain Munnerlyn last Sunday.
VikingUpdate.com's Tim Yotter is reporting that Harvin was fined 7,500 Friday for the dust-up, and Harvin took to his Twitter...
These are the little things we just don’t see around the NFL and the NCAA. This all happened about two weeks ago. Not that it’s big news but it’s certainly amusing to us. The University of North Dakota had a production shoot at the Vikings facilities in Eden Prairie, MN, featuring current Viking and former UND student and football star, Jim Kleinsasser.
The Minnesota Vikings have reinstated cornerback Chris Cook to the active roster, ending his without-pay suspension after two weeks. But Cook won't be playing, practicing or even at the team's facility while he deals with a felony charge of domestic assault.
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The Minnesota Vikings announced Monday that cornerback Chris Cook will remain on their 53-man roster but won't participate in football activities "at this time."
The Minneapolis DFLer, saying no one idea for funding a new Minnesota Vikings stadium has gained "enough traction", said fans could buy stock in the team to generate stadium funds
In one of the most bizarre finishes in San Diego Section history, Anthony Herrera’s 36-yard field goal in overtime gave Madison the Western League’s No. 1 seed in the upcoming playoffs.