Get caught up on the week that was at Winter Park leading into Sunday's game against the Redskins:
Monday, October 27
On the heels of Sunday's overtime win over Tampa Bay, Mike Wobschall looked at the issue of the offense looking to put up more points in the Monday Morning Mailbag.
Craig Peters looks back on the win in regards to Teddy Bridgewater targeting running back and tight ends frequently.
Cordarrelle Patterson didn't score on Sunday but made several big catches to key the victory. Watch a video showcasing 'Flash' here:
Head Coach Mike Zimmer addressed the media to look back on the win:
Wobschall also took to the film room to look at a pair of plays from Sunday's win:
Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf sat down with vikings.com's Mike Wobschall to give his thoughts on the first half of the 2014 season and to reflect on 10 seasons of owning the franchise:
Tuesday, October 28
Away from football, check out a story by Peters on a construction worker who worked on both the past and future homes of the Vikings.
Read a preview of Sunday's game against the Redskins here, thanks to the Vikings PR crew.
On the heels of his game-winning touchdown on Sunday, the AP takes a look Anthony Barr and how he's making a big impression just eight games into his rookie season.
Peters takes a look at 10 numbers of note regarding Sunday's Vikings-Redskins matchup.
Some Vikings defenders got a jump on the Halloween holiday on Tuesday night by going as American Gladiators. Check out the image here.
All four segments from Sunday's "Beyond The Gridiron" were posted, including a look at former Vikings QB Todd Bouman's high school coaching career:
This week's Pick 6 Video Mailbag looks at several topics, including Barr's chances of winning the Defensive Rookie of the Year award:
Check out a pair of photo galleries that were posted: our exclusive 'Through the Lens' gallery from Sunday's win over Tampa Bay, and also an historical look back on the Vikings-Redskins rivalry.
View exclusive images shot by the team photographer from the 8th game of 2014 as the Vikings took on the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium.
Look back at photos over the course of time featuring games between the Vikings and Commanders.
Wednesday, October 29
Wobschall formally turned the page over to Redskins week by taking a look at five storylines to watch.
Early in the day, Barr was recognized by the NFL for his great play on Sunday by being named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week.
Speaking of Barr, check out highlights from his rookie season here:
Zimmer and Bridgewater addressed the media after the morning walk-thru:
View images from Wednesday's practice here:
View images from the Wednesday, October 29 practice at Winter Park.
Peters recaps the day that was at practice here.
Thursday, October 30
Good news for the Vikings as the day began, as Everson Griffen was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month.
Speaking of Griffen, he's the subject of this week's Ticketmaster Hot Matchup with his matchup this Sunday against Redskins LT Trent Williams.
Peters examines Bridgewater in terms of how he goes through his progressions here.
If you watch one video in this whole piece, it should be this one highlighting Griffen:
The three Vikings coordinators addressed the media, including Norv Turner addressing the conerns regarding the Redskins defense and how often they might blitz:
NFL Films previews the game via this video:
Friday, October 31
Get to know WR Charles Johnson, who has been targeted more and more in recent weeks, here.
Get in the spirit of Halloween via the below video and photo gallery:
View Photoshopped images of Vikings players that are sure to put a scare into your Halloween.
It was another week of progress for the new Vikings stadium, as a clear roof mock-up was installed, along with the start of the ring beam install. Read all about that here, and check out a pair of videos below:
Watch the 'Winning Formula' and 'Film Room' segments from this Sunday's "Vikings GamePlan" below:
NFL Network also sent us several videos on this day:
Wobschall recaps the week that was via his 'What We Learned' piece here, and Peters examines how Washington can stretch the field thanks in large part to the speedy DeSean Jackson.