Why should you listen when you have results? Because after yesterday’s game in which the Vikings played the Raiders in week 1 of the preseason, there was some movement in the competition at various spots. In addition, the backup quarterback sometimes left a lot to be desired. You can learn how to watch the offensive line as a fan and expand your perspective beyond just tracking the ball. That’s why. SKOL!
Vikings Happy Hour is back and we’re stoked that our first preseason game is just around the corner. The boys are here and ready to break down everything leading up to the game this weekend. This includes the official release of the unofficial depth chart, plus, the hype around Darrisaw and Greg Joseph. And if you’re not fully in on Kevin O’Connell, they’ll explain why you should. So grab your Lake Monster beer and join us! Skol!
With the pads coming on, we got to hear about some hitting with my favorite linemen. Darren and Dave of Two Old Bloggers will hit on that ourselves along with the other happening this week. In addition, tennis might be the key to Kirk Cousins winning us the Super Bowl. SKOL!
Can the Vikings take the NFC North? They’ll also take a look at the rookies in a new segment of Rookie Roundup. Today’s topic: Andrew Booth. Then they’ll wrap the show with their biggest concern heading into the season and if Kirk can change the narrative around himself this season. SKOL!
Darren and Dave are at again from Two Old Bloggers, talking about the Vikings training camp, our favorite rookies, Kwesi Adofo-Mensah’s too candid remarks, and pointing out how the Hall of Fame senior committee got it wrong once again. Football is heating up and we can’t wait for you to join the conversation. #SKOL!
Vikings training camp has started with the rookies and some vets reporting already. There are plenty of stories to tell but even more to be written by the team as it heads into the 2022 season full of hope and anticipation. Tyler is here to share them with you. SKOL!
Please join Dave and Darren Campbell an hour earlier than normal as we discuss Harrison "Horrible Harry" Phillips and run-stopping. We’ll also start looking at who will make the final roster and who won’t, based on information to date, premonitions, and flat-out educated or uneducated guesses. We’ll WAG it! Then Darren and Dave will make a case why Jim Marshall should be in the NFL Hall of Fame. He was the original Iron Man on a mighty Vikings team.
All-time #Vikings greats. There are so many to choose from. Who will make the cut and who won’t? Who are you going to disagree with? Then, two months out from the opening day, who will be this year’s starting 22? All on the Real Forno Show from Climbing The Pocket tonight!
In 1997, Dennis Green is on a self-inflicted hot seat. He must win the Wildcard game to keep his job. The Giants were dominating for most of the game, but in the biggest playoff comeback in Minnesota Vikings history, it changed the course of the team and the NFL. Tyler and Judd Zulgad explain why. SKOL!
Your Minnesota Vikings have everyone in the building now and are installing the offense, defense, and special team schemes. How well do the newbies get it and make a difference? Can Kirk Cousins take this team to the Super Bowl? Can Bradbury improve? All this and more on Vikings Happy Hour. SKOL!
Tyler takes on the new math of 8>10 & 8>11. How do we compare different eras in Vikings football? First, a look at the remaining draft picks looking for production. Skol!
Tyler dives into the Vikings’ third and fourth-round draft picks of linebacker Brian Asamoah, and cornerback Akayleb Evans. Dave was wondering if both these players could make a difference? There is a lot of competition for both positions. Did you like the selections?
Tyler dives into the Vikings’ second-round draftees of cornerback Andrew Booth Jr., and guard Ed Ingram. Dave asks if both these players will be expected to start? There is a lot of competition, especially at the guard spot. Did you like the selections?
Tyler Forness of NBC Edge and Climbing The Pocket starts to analyze what we learned from Kwesi Adofo-Mensah’s first draft and how he optimized value. Then took a look at Lewis Cine and some of his extraordinary skills. Did you like the selection?