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Kirk Cousins willing to play without fans

To accomplish anything as a group, there has to be buy-in. There has to be a willingness to move forward with decisions made by leaders. Otherwise, it is a flop. With sports canceled as of now due to concerns of COVID-19, commissioners and owners of professional sports leagues getting creative. …

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Zimmer, Vikings Look For Next Step

Under head coach Mike Zimmer, the Minnesota Vikings have been solid. They’ve won two playoff games in his seven years at the helm and reached the NFC championship game in 2017. However, solid doesn’t cut it in a league where the Super Bowl is the goal for every coach and …

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Five new members added to NFL Hall of Fame

To mark the NFL’s 100th year as a league, the 2020 Hall of Fame class is the largest ever. While a usual class holds seven or eight inductees, the special centennial class will see 20 new individuals enshrined. Fifteen of the members were announced last month, including 10 senior players …

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Busy offseason ahead for the Vikings

The Vikings rushed for a total of 21 yards and quarterback Kirk Cousins was sacked six times in a game that marked the ending of Minnesota’s season. For Vikings fans, this game was a complete disappointment. Minnesota’s Misery Against the 49ers The Vikings were dominated by the San Francisco 49ers’ …

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Big upset across Saints nation

The New Orleans Saints took a huge lost to the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday. Both teams were locked in given the fact that this game was for the NFL wild card. Because the Saints lost, it is the Vikings that will face the 49ers in the Conference Championship. What went …

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