Mike Mayock breaks down Minnesoty Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's rookie season to see why he has been able to put his team in some good situations.
Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including looking at the Vikings struggles vs. NFC North foes, Teddy Bridgewater's accuracy, what makes Charles Johnson's so good, the staff's confidence in Blair Walsh, which rookie has surprised the most and more.
Go off-the-field with Vikings G Joe Berger, who is in the process of restoring a 1953 Studebaker. Berger is making an impact on the field as well now as he's done a great job filling in amidst the rash of offensive line injuries.
Brian Robison, teammates and Vikings alumni players hosted 50 young people from the Harold Mezile North Community YMCA Youth & Teen Enrichment Center in Minneapolis at the Eden Prairie Walmart recently, and each child received $100 gift card to pick out what he or she wanted.
The Vikings recently had Alex Leach, an 11-year-old fan of the team, out to practice to meet many of his favorite players. Alex has had to have several procedures during his young life after birth complications. He has albinism, a visual impairment, and autism.
Vikings DT Sharrif Floyd joins this week’s show to talk about why he likes Mike Zimmer’s defense, when he realized the defensive line would be good and what it’s like to watch a Vikings game on TV.
Mike Wobschall heads into the film room to look at Teddy Bridgewater's touchdown pass to Greg Jennings vs. the Lions, along with how Teddy was able to adapt to some diverse fronts. Plus, on defense, a look at how Andrew Sendejo made a positive impact during his first start at safety this season.
The Detroit Lions were able to hold off the visiting Minnesota Vikings for a 16-14 win and first place in the NFC North. Check out some of the best plays from the game.