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What Now? Matt Cassel Leads Vikings To 34-27 Victory In Ponder’s Absence.

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By: Aj Mansour | KFAN.com @AjKFAN

Minneapolis, MN – It’s been a long road to week four for the Minnesota Vikings. Dropping their first four games in dramatic fashion, the Vikings jumped ship and head over to London to square off against the Steelers for a week four […]

It's official, Matt Cassel will start against the Steelers

By akrammer@1500espn.com

The Christian Ponder era may be over, barring how well backup quarterback Matt Cassel performs when he makes his first start for the Minnesota Vikings against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in London.

The Minnesota Vikings verified Twitter account announced the news early Friday morning.

Ponder has started 29 games since being drafted […]

Is Ponder’s Rib Injury Pointing Towards A Cassel Start? One Former Vikings’ Great Says Yes.

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By: Aj Mansour | KFAN.com @AjKFAN

The Vikings have only been in London for two day and they are already stealing headlines back here in the states.

Early Wednesday morning (afternoon in London), Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier met the media and opened up a firestorm by […]

Rib Injury Puts Ponder’s Week Four Start In Jeopardy

By: Aj Mansour | KFAN.com @AjKFAN

Let the conspiracy theories begin! After two days with no news, the Vikings and quarterback Christian Ponder splashed onto the scene from London, England earlier this morning.

Meeting the media before their Wednesday afternoon practice, head coach Leslie Frazier shared that Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder will be […]

Minnesota Vikings Not Looking To Make Immediate Changes

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By Joseph Gunther

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The Minnesota Vikings had higher expectations than starting winless in three games. To make matters worse, the team lost the last two by giving up touchdowns in the final minute of the game.

The Vikings have missed opportunities on the field, been predictable on offense […]

Minnesota Vikings X-Factors Primed for Huge Week 4 Performance

By Matthew Stensrud (Featured Columnist) Jerome Simson makes a diving grab in Week 1 against the Detroit Lions. Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

The Minnesota Vikings have dug themselves a deep hole only three weeks into the regular season, losing at home against the Cleveland Browns to fall to 0-3.

What was expected to be a […]

Adrian Peterson, Leslie Frazier say Christian Ponder not only problem

By dwetmore@1500espn.com

EDEN PRAIRIE, MINN –The Vikings leave Monday night for a week in London, where they’ll serve as ambassadors for the NFL before “hosting” the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

There are many questions circling the team, after it lost what should have been a slum-dunk victory over the Cleveland Browns. And yet, one question […]

The Clock Is Now Ticking on Leslie Frazier’s Reign with the Minnesota Vikings

By Zach Kruse (Featured Columnist) Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sport

The reign of Leslie Frazier as head coach of the Minnesota Vikings may have an approaching expiration date after an embarrassing home loss to the Cleveland Browns dropped his team to 0-3 to start 2013.

Less than a month into a contract year for Frazier, […]

Notebook: Coordinators explain the breakdowns

Alan Williams (Bruce Kluckhohn/USA TODAY) By Tim Yotter VikingUpdate.com Posted Sep 19, 2013 Share on twitter Share on facebook | More Sharing ServicesMore The Vikings’ 31-30 loss to Chicago is still resonating with the coordinators, who tried to explain the breakdowns in their phases of the game. Vikings coordinators on Thursday each answered questions […]

Def. coordinator Alan Williams sheds light on coach-playcaller relay

By akrammer@1500espn.com

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier and defensive coordinator Alan Williams were both defensive backs coaches during the Indianapolis Colts’ Super Bowl season in 2006.

Williams said their history goes a long way in being a cohesive, clearly-communicated unit between a head coach and the defensive play caller.

“The neat […]