vikings.com's Mike Wobschall was joined by two-thirds of the 'Monday Night Football' broadcast team as Jason Witten and Booger McFarland joined him at the team hotel in Seattle to give their thoughts on Monday's Vikings-Seahawks game.
The Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and vikings.com's Mike Wobschall were live from the team hotel in Seattle to share some final thoughts heading into Monday's matchup with the Seahawks. Note: the audio improves a few seconds into the video.
vikings.com's Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including if the offensive line will allow the Vikings to have playoff success should they get there, the offense abandoning the run against the Patriots, using a hurry-up approach more when on offense, what needs to happen to instill faith with fans that this team can still achieve its goals, and more.
Vikings COO Kevin Warren joined Paul Allen on KFAN live from the TCO Performance Center on Wednesday.
Watch as several Vikings players unbox and react to seeing the cleats they will wear as part of the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative, with players showcasing a charity or cause via custom-made footwear.
The Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and vikings.com's Mike Wobschall break down Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Patriots.
Go inside the tunnel and on the field prior to Sunday's game vs. the Patriots.
The Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and vikings.com's Mike Wobschall saw down in the lobby of the team hotel in Providence to take one last look at Sunday's huge matchup against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Watch back highlights from Sunday's win over the Packers, including bench sound, play-by-play calls from the Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and much more.
On the heels of taking down Aaron Rodgers last Sunday, the Vikings will look to do the same against another future Hall of Famer this Sunday when they travel to New England to take on Tom Brady and the Patriots.
During a Hyundai commercial the two recent shot in Minneapolis, John Randle and Brett Favre looked back on their playing days, Vikings-Packers memories, the ability they both have to talk trash, and more.
Help get DE Danielle Hunter and all your favorite Vikings to the Pro Bowl by visiting nfl.com/probowl.
Watch back highlights from Sunday's win over Green Bay via Intel's True View vantage point.
vikings.com's Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including looking at the offensive line's play against the Packers, a status update on Xavier Rhodes and his hamstring injury, the need to start fast against the Patriots, the lack of a win against a team with a winning record, and more.
Watch as several of Randy Moss' former teammates, Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf, and others pay tribute to Moss, who received his Pro Football Hall of Fame Ring on Sunday night.
The Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and vikings.com's Mike Wobschall break down Sunday's 24-17 win over the Packers.
Watch Head Coach Mike Zimmer's post-game locker room speech that followed Sunday's win over the Packers.
Go inside the tunnel and on the field prior to Sunday's game vs. the Packers.
During the 1969 season, the Vikings took on the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving and won 27-0, thanks in large part to Jim Marshall intercepting a pass, running 30 yards and making a no-look lateral to Alan Page, who returned it the final 15 yards for a touchdown.
Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including looking at the struggles of the offense on Sunday night in Chicago, if the Vikings still have a shot at winning the NFC North, the limitations put on defensive players in today's game, and more.
The Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and vikings.com's Mike Wobschall break down Sunday's 25-20 loss against the Bears.
The Voice of the Vikings, Paul Allen, and vikings.com's Mike Wobschall previewed Sunday's game against the Bears upon arriving to the team hotel in Chicago on Saturday afternoon.
On Friday at the White House, President Donald Trump bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom on former Viking Alan Page, a retired state Supreme Court Justice.