During the week, I’ve been wondering if Minnesota will be capable of slowing down Carolina’s impressive pair of receivers. Christian McCaffrey’s injury certainly makes life easier for the Vikings, but things will still be tricky out there.
A Minnesota Vikings fan turned entrepreneur recently launched a spice company, blending his love for football and cuisine. His name is Ben Theis, and he’s associated with Vikings forefathers like Carl Eller, Tommy Kramer, Chuck Foreman, Greg Coleman, Stu Voigt, Ed White, Robert Griffith, and Leo Lewis.
After five games with the Minnesota Vikings, has free agent cornerback Patrick Peterson shown he can still play at the highest level? Patrick Peterson has been a valuable asset at cornerback for the Minnesota Vikings since he joined in free agency this past offseason.
Which prop bets from the big NFC matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers could result in the biggest rewards for bettors? Sunday’s matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and Carolina Panthers is an important game for both teams.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins led two game-winning drives versus the Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals in Week 1 and 2 that were nullified by a fumble and a missed field goal, respectively.
The Minnesota Vikings are 2.5-point favorites versus the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. A win over Carolina evens the 2021 standing at 3-3, renewing hopes for a season that seemed on the brink of collapse when the Lions scored late in the 4th quarter during Week 5.
Mike Gelfand explains why some betting lines change abruptly in a matter of days. The Vikings are a great example of that. Earlier in the week, the Vikings were 1.5 point underdogs to the Carolina Panthers.
The folks over at Vikings Territory put forth some content that may be of interest to the faithful readers of Purple PTSD. Here are five pieces to guide your Saturday morning reading: 1) New Trade Destination Rumored for Cameron Dantzler: The trade rumors may need to stop, folks.
Minnesota Vikings halfback Dalvin Cook has missed six games since the beginning of 2019 and still ranks second in the NFL in yards from scrimmage. Tennesse Titans star Derrick Henry is the pace-setter in the same timeframe, tallying 4,652 yards from scrimmage to Cook’s 3,868.
Check out odds, plays and more for the Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers NFL Week 6 matchup on October 17, 2021. The Carolina Panthers (3-2) are only 2.5-point underdogs against the Minnesota Vikings (2-3) on Sunday, October 17, 2021.
After making his NFL debut at left tackle last week, Vikings first-round pick Christian Darrisaw should continue to improve as he gains more experience and shakes off the rust of dealing with a groin injury for nearly all of the last calendar year.
It has been an up and down year for Minnesota’s offense. It has been an up and down year for Vikings WR Adam Thielen. Coming into the year, I insisted that Adam Thielen ought to still be considered the WR1 in Minnesota.
How can the Minnesota Vikings stay hot with a win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 6? The Minnesota Vikings pulled out a last-second win over the Detroit Lions last week and now look for another win before their bye week.
There aren’t many fullbacks that play regular snaps in the National Football League. One that does, is our very own C.J. Ham — a vital cog in the Vikings offensive machine that won’t get much national attention, though he did make the Pro Bowl in 2019.
In 1961, the Vikes, known officially as the Minnesota Vikings in the National Football League (NFL), were established and started their journey as one of the most recognized Football teams in the world.
The VikingsTerritory collective staff prediction for the Minnesota Vikings date with the Carolina Panthers is ready. Minnesota can hop back to .500 in 2021 with a win over Carolina in a game that would restart “new season” vibes if it goes the Vikings way.