The Minnesota Wild haven’t been playing up to their hype and potential, and in this lockout-shortened season the time for a turnaround is tight.
The FCS championship rematch between North Dakota State and Sam Houston State is something of a do-over for several key returning offensive players.
Minnesota’s defense has been glaringly vulnerable to giving up scores in the critical closing moments this season.
There is one thing that dwarfs all other issues with the Vikings in this preseason: is Christian Ponder ready to be big time? And to be there, he has to have great confidence. And that’s where it gets sticky.
In one week, the Gopher football team will travel to Las Vegas to take on the Rebels. How will the offense look? Well, the team believe it’s not what you teach, it’s how you teach it.
Tubby Smith says one of the biggest focuses for Minnesota during the preseason has been to work on getting its offense revved up to the up-tempo style the demanding coach prefers.
The Vikings play three of their next four games at home starting with Sunday’s home opener against Tampa Bay. Over at Winter Park, the Vikings’ offense is looking for a way to bounce back from its inconsistent effort at San Diego last Sunday.
What the Minnesota Vikings know with certainty is that the offense has to be better. It starts with improved play from quarterback, Donovan McNabb. So, was it just a bad day or the start of a pattern in San Diego?
The Minnesota Vikings have based their offense on the elite abilities of Adrian Peterson.
The Minnesota Vikings have a lot of work to do before the regular season starts, particularly with their revamped offense.
The Minnesota Twins looked like themselves offensively. The problem is, it’s not a good thing.
One gift the Minnesota Vikings won’t be getting this holiday season is a spot in the NFL playoffs. The deflated Metrodome roof is symbolic of the Viking’s deflated Super Bowl hopes. This year, has been purple pain, and thankfully just two games are left, including one this
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) _ Just when the Minnesota Twins really looked to be grabbing hold of the AL Central division, Paul Konerko, Mark Buehrle and the Chicago White Sox delivered an emphatic message: This race is […]
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