The Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks played a game that seriously took a toll on the teams and players, but the field they played on may have delivered the biggest blows.
An opening playoff weekend of games closer than expected leads many to think that the Divisional Round could be even more exciting than first thought. Only one rookie quarterback remains though…can he pull off the upset?
Coaches staying, coaches going, coaches visiting, and one coach waits.
With the NFL playoffs now arriving, there are four games in this opening wild card round, and they’re all going to be big. Only one seems like a sure bet pick, but then again…it’s not like my selections have been spot on for most of the season.
Round and round she goes, where the NFL coaching carousel stops…no one really knows.
Black Monday is officially over, but now a new time begins in the NFL. That would be a guessing game that’s as big as free agency, and it’s the wonderment as to which coach will end up where.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have been saying all season that the playoffs are the goal this year. Now they’re putting their money where their mouth is.
Unlike this year’s Vikings team, which won four straight to earn their playoff spot, the 2004 team limped into the post-season with an 8-8 record and a couple of regular season losses to Green Bay.
(Photo Credit: Andy King/Getty Images) PLAYOFFS! Ok, now the fun really begins. In the AFC everyone is assuming it will be Patriots vs. Broncos in the title game, so these AFC wildcard teams aren’t expected […]
Saturday’s big wild card match-up has plenty on the line for the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers — and now the mayors of those respective cities are adding their own friendly wager.
The Green Bay Packers have the Minnesota Vikings right where they want them. Or do they?
Playoff fever is officially underway as the Vikings/Packers postseason rematch in Green Bay, Wis., is just three days away.
Mike Max joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News to talk sports, including an update on the play-off bound Vikings.
If you’re heading to Green Bay this weekend for the Wild Card playoff game, you’ll want to get your plans set now.
Vikings fans love watching their team beat the Packers. But a win this Sunday would be extra special.
There is one game left in the regular season for Adrian Peterson, and so much remains on the line.
Adrian Peterson is dealing with an abdominal injury, but should be ready to help the Minnesota Vikings in their bid to earn a playoff spot with a victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Glenn Caruso is not only happy about his team’s success, but also about its ability to score late in the second quarter.
Northern Sun conference champion Minnesota State has the weekend off. The Mavericks have extra time to rest before they host their first playoff game.
One person is dead after a boating accident early Saturday morning in Elysian, Minn. According to Waseca County Sheriff’s deputies, five teenagers were duck hunting on Lake Elysian when the boat they were on capsized around 6 a.m. Saturday morning. The boat was approximately 200 yards from shore.
It’s hard to believe that the regular season is over in high school football, and now every team in the state will be playing this week with a little more desperation. It’s now the playoffs, and it’s what every player looks forward to when they hit the field in August for two-a-day practices.
After eight weeks of great games and rivalry match-ups, some teams must face the reality that they’re having their final practices. It’s the playoffs and you now either survive and advance or lose and turn in your gear the next morning.
The sweat and sacrifice that Kevin Love put himself through over the last four years to reshape his body and his game have brought him to this point.
It might not seem like it, but the Twins are better now than last season. They will end up with three or four more wins. Baby steps. If my calculations are correct they will be contending for the division title in seven to eight years … give or take six years. Remember the 1992-2001 dry spell?
The Minnesota Lynx are still the No. 1 seed, but in a best of three series, you best be careful.