Minnesota Vikings 2011 Season
The Minnesota Vikings were one of the NFL's unluckiest teams in 2011. But you probably knew that already.
The Minnesota Vikings had confidence in Brian Robison going into the 2011 NFL season, and he showed exactly why.
Not only did the Vikings not win very many games in 2011, but they were quite inefficient in doing so.
When it came to fourth down situations, Leslie Frazier was not terribly aggressive in 2011.
Pro Football Focus has released their 2011 All-NFC North Team.
Yet another honor for the best defensive end in football.
The Vikings have some pretty serious interest in the former Buccaneers' head coach.
Should Jared Allen hold the single-season sack record?
Pay tribute to Jim Kleinsasser's career, and help out a sick child, all at once
There's a very surprising name on the list of potential NFL head coaching candidates, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Vikes hope to send out Jim Kleinsasser in style
We take a look at the Vikings' five biggest defensive plays from their 33-26 victory over Washington.
Mistral Raymond has been nominated for the Pepsi Rookie of the Week Award. Vote for him!
Toby Gerhart is up for this week's FedEx Ground Player of the Week. Vote for him!
Vote for Joe Webb as the NFL's Hardest Working Man of Week 16!
Eric Sugarman says he can have Adrian Peterson ready for the start of the 2012 NFL season.
There are people who think Adrian Peterson shouldn't have been playing in a "meaningless" game on Saturday.
Daily Norseman knows that Vikings fans don't have a lot to be cheerful about this holiday season. Instead of the 12 Days of Christmas, Minnesota has already had the 12 Days of Losing. Will Saturday in Washington be the 13th day?
The Vikings are probably going to have a top three pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, and they could probably get a king's ransom for it if they so desire.
We look at all of the best defensive plays from last Sunday's game. Yep, all of them.