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Tahir Whitehead intercepted Teddy Bridgewater twice, Joique Bell put the game away with a fourth-quarter touchdown run, and the Detroit Lions beat the Minnesota Vikings 17-3 on Sunday.
Wide receiver Calvin Johnson and running back Reggie Bush are inactive for Detroit’s game at Minnesota.
Cordarrelle Patterson was making everyone in Minnesota start to forget about Percy Harvin thanks to a promising rookie season and a positively dynamic season opening performance against St. Louis.
Steve Forbes drops by to visit with Dave Lee….listen to their chat and other highlights by clicking the link above!
Republican challenger Jeff Johnson is stepping up his criticism of Gov. Mark Dayton with a new ad painting the Democrat as an uninvolved leader.
Teddy Bridgewater wants to win, of course, a given when it comes to any NFL player’s public commentary. The other stated goal this week? To make that absence from the field a one-game blip. Bridgewater said Wednesday he feels 100 percent healthy after spraining his left ankle in the fourth quarter of his first NFL start, Sept. 28 against Atlanta. The Minnesota Vikings held their rookie quarterback out last week at Green Bay with only three days for him to heal.
Vikings defensive tackle Tom Johnson has been arrested for disorderly conduct. According to Hennepin County online jail records, Johnson was arrested by Minneapolis police early Sunday and released on bail. The 30-year-old was charged with one count of trespassing and one count of disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors.
Vikings get demolished in Green Bay, Sid and Mike Max react….Click the link above to listen.
Minnesota Vikings free safety Harrison Smith has an injured left ankle that had him with a walking boot and crutches Friday. Smith played through the injury Thursday at Green Bay, but he had the ankle taped several times throughout the night. Coach Mike Zimmer said Friday that Smith had an MRI test that showed no major damage but that it was too soon to determine his availability for the next game. The Vikings host Detroit Oct. 12.
There’s a Vikings-Packers rivalry. And then there’s Chris St. Martin and Paul Pankratz. The dueling neighbors took the loyalty to their teams to another level a few years ago. Now, people stop and take pictures where their yards meet.
One Minnesota Viking who knows just how good Aaron Rodgers can be is Greg Jennings. Jennings spent seven years as a Packer. The best seasons of his career started when Rodgers took over from Brett Favre.
Teddy Bridgewater is the player on everyone’s minds, and now, on everyone’s jerseys. The latest fan favorite was hard to keep in stock before Thursday’s Vikings-Packers game. “Not in my size, otherwise I would’ve got one.” Chad Mostrom said. “I have to call back tomorrow.”
A great day in Wayzata for the BE PINK kickoff breakfast. Click the link above to hear some of the highlights!
What’s a rivalry without a little wager? As the Minnesota Vikings take on the Green Bay Packers tonight at Lambeau Field, the WCCO morning crew will be taking on the WFRV morning crew in Green Bay.