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Kirk Cousins has three TDs, Vikings lead Seattle 21-17 at halftime

Kirk Cousins has three TDs, Vikings lead Seattle 21-17 at halftime

Kirk Cousins threw three first-half touchdowns, giving the Vikings a 21-17 lead over the Seahawks at halftime. He threw a 7-yard touchdown to Tyler Conklin, a 15-yarder to Adam Thielen and his 3-yarder to Justin Jefferson happened with 16 seconds left in the first half. Cousins is 16-of-20 for 185 yards. Alexander Mattison, subbing for [more]

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Author: Charean Williams

Fantasy Football Week 3 Recap: Immediate takeaways & analysis for every game

Fantasy Football Week 3 Recap: Immediate takeaways & analysis for every game
The biggest fantasy football takeaways from Week 3 of the 2021 NFL season, including advice around Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown’s injury.


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Author: Nathan Jahnke

Fastest to 100: Justin Jefferson Breaks Another Vikings Receiving Record

Fastest to 100: Justin Jefferson Breaks Another Vikings Receiving Record


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Vikings-Seahawks Pregame Hit with Indoor Snow Flurries

Vikings-Seahawks Pregame Hit with Indoor Snow Flurries


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Author: Lindsey Young

Vikings’ Dalvin Cook Will Not Play Vs. Seahawks

Vikings’ Dalvin Cook Will Not Play Vs. Seahawks

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — When the Vikings take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday to the roar of fans for the first time in nearly two years, they’ll be without one of their best players.

The Vikings have officially announced Dalvin Cook is inactive for the team’s Sunday afternoon game against the Seattle Seahawks.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported earlier it was “unlikely” running back Dalvin Cook suits up against the Seattle Seahawks.

Backup Alexander Mattison is likely to be the starter with Cook out.

Cook has 192 yards and one touchdown in two games so far this year.

The Vikings have lost their last seven games against the Seahawks. Their last win over Seattle came in 2009. The team is off to an 0-2 start this season, losing two heartbreakers to the Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals.

Sunday’s game is the first with fans at U.S. Bank Stadium since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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Author: Minnesota Vikings News and Updates from WCCO, CBS Channel 4 – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Marquise Blair inactive after injuring knee during warmups

Marquise Blair inactive after injuring knee during warmups

Safety Marquise Blair was a surprise scratch for the Seahawks. Seahawks Radio, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, reports Blair injured a knee during warmups. John Reid, who was expected to be inactive, is dressed. He could serve as the backup nickel today. Defensive end Benson Mayowa, who was questionable with a neck injury, [more]

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Author: Charean Williams

Dalvin Cook officially out for Vikings

Dalvin Cook officially out for Vikings

The Vikings’ bid to avoid an 0-3 start will take place without running back Dalvin Cook. Word on Sunday morning was that Cook would miss Sunday’s game against the Seahawks due to the ankle injury that kept him out of practice all week. Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer indicated early in the week that Cook [more]

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Author: Josh Alper

Vikings-Seahawks Inactives for Week 3

Vikings-Seahawks Inactives for Week 3


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Author: Eric Smith

How to Watch & Listen to Vikings-Seahawks in Week 3

How to Watch & Listen to Vikings-Seahawks in Week 3


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Author: Craig Peters

Jaguars get 109-yard return of short field goal to take lead at half

Jaguars get 109-yard return of short field goal to take lead at half

A former college coach who said that every game at the NFL level is like playing Alabama took a page out of the Auburn playbook (against Alabama) to take a halftime lead against Arizona. Cardinals kicker Matt Prater came up short on a 68-yard field goal attempt just before the half (if would have been [more]

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Author: Mike Florio