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CTP’s In The Huddle - Depth Concerns & the Colts

Some of your favorite CTP personalities talked Vikings vs Broncos player results, depth issues and looked forward to the Vikings vs Colts game on Saturday.

Join us for a conversation on your Minnesota Vikings. Some of your favorite Climbing The Pocket personalities gather together with you to talk about how the training camp has progressed. As the Minnesota Vikings work towards the Saturday night lights game against the Indianapolis Colts, there are some areas of some concern to us fans. Are the special teams still a problem? This manifested against the Denver Broncos with poor punting from Britton Colquitt, and we all saw that. What wasn’t as obvious was the lack of breaking down and tackling by the gunners and the rest of the team. Both distance and placement by Colquitt and early tackling by the players are key to a favorable field position. Since the last game was all basically the 2s and 3s playing, we had hoped to see these guys prove themselves as good depth pieces. Few did. Are you concerned about the depth? What a difference between practice and game time make for Jake Browning and Kellen Mond. Whichever one of those two wins the QB2 job, are you worried, especially if Kirk Cousins is out? Will either of these two secure the job with confidence against the Colts? Speaking of the Colts, which starters do you expect to see play? Which ones don’t need to?

Come join the conversation with the guys as they discuss the Vikings, these topics, and more. SKOL!

On tonight’s show:

1. Special teams are still a problem.

2. The depth in key areas is already a concern (TE, S, LB).

3. Backup QB confidence/concern.

4. What do we want to see in the next preseason game?

Fan with us!!! Come join the @Climb_ThePocket Network’s and @DailyNorman’s “In The Huddle” show with host Jayson Brown @brownjayson, Myles Gorham @MylesGorham85, Ryan Ortega @sportsguyry, Deshawn Vaughan @vikingsfans16, and producer Dave @Luft_Krigare from the truck.