Vikings Coach Zimmer Addresses State Of Team After 8-8 SeasonOn Tuesday, the head coach gave his annual state of the state of the team. Mike Zimmer has a lot to contemplate going forward, and that includes look in the mirror.
Four 2017 Goals For Minnesota Sports TeamsA new year has started. It's 2017, and we all have clean slate. Here are four goals that our Minnesota sports teams should strive for in the new year.
Vikings Pack Up, Reflect On Lost 2016 Season After 5-0 StartAs Vikings players packed up their things, the question continued to hang like a cloud over the locker room: After a 5-0 start, how in the world did it all fall apart?
Peterson: I Would Consider Pay Cut To Stay With VikingsAdrian Peterson says he believes he's fit to play several more seasons in the NFL, even if that's elsewhere from Minnesota.
Vikings Rule Out Peterson For Season FinaleAdrian Peterson may have already played his last game in purple. The Minnesota Vikings released their inactives list Friday, and Peterson has been ruled out for the season finale against the Chicago Bears.
2016 In Review: The Year In Local SportsWhat a year 2016 was in Minnesota sports. Between the Timberwolves, Gophers, Vikings and Wild, there wasn't a lack for big news.
Peterson Ruled Out For Christmas Eve Game Vs. PackersAfter making his return against the Indianapolis Colts last weekend, Adrian Peterson will miss another game.
Adrian Peterson Misses Vikings Practice With Groin InjuryVikings running back Adrian Peterson did not practice Wednesday due to knee and groin injuries.
4 Takeaways: Vikings Lose To Colts, 34-6Well, Vikings fans have seen this movie before. In a game they absolutely had to win to have any real chance at making the playoffs, the Vikings got destroyed by the Colts.
Peterson Disappoints In Return, But He'll Keep PlayingAdrian Peterson was hoping his faster-than-expected return would help catapult the Minnesota Vikings into the playoffs.
Vikings Team Grades: Minnesota Displays Undisciplined, Uninterested Effort Against ColtsThe Minnesota Vikings have been saying their playoffs started several weeks ago. They said they knew they had to win out to make it. Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, they looked like a team resting their starters as if they had clinched the top overall seed.
Colts Crush Vikings 34-6 As AP ReturnsAndrew Luck threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns and the Indianapolis Colts rolled to a 34-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

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