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Norse Code Podcast Episode 248: Breaking Down the Breakdown

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Arif and James return to discuss every aspect of the Minnesota Vikings 2018 defense and all of their problems. Included are solutions to the Anthony Barr issues (he might not be as big of an issue as you might think), the offensive line, and potentially the Vikings running game. Also Mitch Trubisky can throw left now (and seemed to be doing it to prove a point on Sunday) so we commiserate in Arif’s claim to fame. 

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00:35) Arif is old

(02:29) Around The NFL blues

(11:10) Kirk Cousins

(23:08) Offensive Line

(33:12) Stylish Kicking

(35:22) Defense Mailbag

(75:46) Mailbag

Episode Notes:


Special thanks to Rhymesayers Entertainment and Atmosphere for the new theme song!

Arif - @ArifHasanNFL

James - @bigmono

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