The Packers opened as 2 point favorites this week despite Rogers being hurt and them needing a historic 4th quarter comeback to beat the Bears in week 1. The line will likely move since most of the public will probably bet the Vikings, but I still find it curious that we opened as dogs in this one. Thoughts?
Aaron is quite the horse but I suspect this will bite them far worse than the Cousins deal will bite the Vikings.
Analysis of the Vikings offensive line, including what went well last year, what did not go well last year, and what differences there will be this year. Includes discussion of the return of Dalvin Cook, Berger retirement, Remmers to guard, the new shiny center, and much more! (for the record this is not my OC, I found the link on Reddit but thought it was a good read and had not seen it here. I know we desperately need MORE talk about the OLine...)
Not sure if this has been shared, but definitely a cool read.
Andy Carlson is a guy many of you know and follow on the Vikings Twitterverse. He's a man of many podcasts, to include two Vikings and NFL related ones. He was gracious enough to have me on his longest running gig, PurpleFTW. The whole show is great, but my segment starts about 6:45 if you're interested.
Nice interview by Rich Eisen with Kyle Rudolf. I've been luke warm on Rudolf as a player but he represents himself and the team incredibly well. Respect.
Good decision or a Bad decision?
I have to Wright something down here to post the fanshot.
SI had a really interesting look behind the scenes at Siemian and the trade that landed him in his fiancée’s home state.
Over 57 starts Kirk Cousins has defeated four (4) teams over .500. Check out the article for interesting splits by DVOA