2019 Dates TBA
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Welcome to Week 3 of the Vikings Postgame Report. The Vikings drop their second home game and move to 0-3, this time against the Chargers at U.S. Bank Stadium. The inability to convert in critical situations and costly turnovers seemed to prove too difficult to overcome. The Vikings Offense only converted 1-of-4 attempts inside the Red Zone, including an interception in the endzone with only seconds remaining in the game. Kirk Cousins once again threw for over 300 yards, had 3 TD's, and 1 INT. He was under duress throughout, taking 4 sacks. Jefferson ended his day with 7 receptions, 149 yards, and a touchdown. Mattison had 20 carries for 93 tough yards on the day. Defensively, the Vikings were attacked threw the air all day. Chargers Receiver Keenan Allen gave the secondary fits, finishing with a personal best 18 receptions for 215 yards. He also threw a 49-yard touchdown, and the Chargers racked up 454 total yards receiving. One positive in the game was the Vikings rush defense only allowed the Chargers 30 yards in the game. Danielle Hunter had the lone sack for the Vikings and Jordan Hicks recovered the only Chargers fumble on the day. The Vikings now shift their attention to the Panthers down in Charlotte on November 1st. Paul Allen, Mark Rosen, and Pete Bercich recap the offensive problems holding onto the ball, Justin Herbert's execution against our Secondary, Keenan Allen's career day, the inability to capitalize on defensive turnovers, and the need for our players to win in one-on-one situations. Plus, Head Coach Kevin O'Connell and Quarterback Kirk Cousins both spoke to the media at the postgame press conference. All of this and more is in the 2023 Week 3 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report.
Welcome back to another edition of Skol Stories presented by 3M. Mark Rosen and Pete Bercich chat with former Vikings Tight End, Kyle Rudolph, to talk about his recent retirement announcement. Kyle looks back on his arrival in Minnesota, the various teammates that became close friends, the philanthropic work that continues to this day, and the elements of the game that he will miss the most. All of this and more is in this episode of Skol Stories presented by 3M - official science partner of the Minnesota Vikings.
Welcome to Episode 21 of The Vikings Tailgate presented by Continental Diamond. It's Week 3 and the Vikings are looking for a win, so we figured we'd bring Vikings superfan and Hollywood actor, Josh Duhamel, to the show for good luck. Josh joined host Cy Amundson to talk about the evolution of his Vikings fandom, the difficulty of playing Quarterback, the joys of his relationship with the team, the Vikings super team he'd like to see on 'Buddy Games,' and his prediction for the game this weekend. So put on your jersey, pound the Skol Drum, and tune into Episode 21 of The Vikings Tailgate presented by Continental Diamond.
Welcome back to the Minnesota Vikings Podcast presented by Pepsi - Made For Vikings Watching! - Official Soft Drink of the Minnesota Vikings. It's Chargers week and both teams are looking for a win. Safety Josh Metellus joins Gabe Henderson and Jay Nelson to breakdown his feelings on the start of the season, the deep meaning behind being named a Team Captain, his love for the new defensive mentality, and why the Justin Herbert led Chargers Offense provides a great challenge. Plus, friend of the show and current Chargers Sr. Writer, Eric Smith, rejoins the show to talk about the Chargers challenges on the season, the similarities between both teams this season, and why the Chargers focus will be on stopping the big play this Sunday. All of this and more is in Episode 237 of the Minnesota Vikings Podcast presented by Pepsi - Made For Vikings Watching!
PA hosts Xs and Os ahead of the matchup with the Chargers and is joined by Vikings HC Kevin O'Connell and DL Coach Chris Rumph.
KFAN's Mike Mussman is joined by Vikings S Camryn Bynum on this episode of Vikings Country.
KFAN's Brett Blakemore recaps the Vikings loss to the Eagles in Philly.
Welcome back to the Week 2 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report. The Vikings falter in their Thursday Night Football matchup in Philadelphia, 34-28. Costly turnovers reared their ugly head for a second straight week and the Vikings couldn't overcome the -3 turnover differential once again. After a wild first half, the Eagles found success running the ball and controlling the time of possession at almost a two-to-one margin. D'Andre Swift ran for 175 yards on the ground and the Eagles outpaced the Vikings 259 to 28. The Vikings fought to get back into the game and hit T.J. Hockenson for a second touchdown with 1:10 left in the game, but it proved to be too little, too late. The Vikings 364-yard aerial attack kept them alive, but it was not enough to secure a victory. Cousins finished the game 31-of-44 passing and threw 4 touchdowns. Rookie Jordan Addison joined Percy Harvin and Sammy White as the only 2 receiving rookies to have consecutive touchdowns in their first two games as a Viking. Justin Jefferson had another record-breaking night with 11 receptions for 159 yards receiving. He joins Lance Alworth as the fastest receivers to cross the 5,000-yard receiving mark, doing so in only 52 games. Defensively, the Vikings put pressure on Jalen Hurts, sacking him four times. OLB Danielle Hunter had a hat trick while Ivan Pace Jr. and Harrison Phillips shared the other. Safety Theo Jackson picked off Hurts in the 2nd Quarter for the lone Vikings interception of the night. The Vikings now shift their attention to the L.A. Chargers at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sept. 24th. Paul Allen and Pete Bercich recap the missteps that led to the loss, the patterns that are starting to emerge, the shifting Offensive Line, and the adjustments needed during the 'mini-bye week.' Plus, Head Coach Kevin O'Connell and Kirk Cousins both spoke to the media at the postgame press conference. All of this and more is in the 2023 Week 2 edition of the Vikings Postgame Report.