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

Photo – Andy Kenutis (Vikings.com)

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 […]

Roethlisberger, winless Steelers feel the Vikings' turnover-prone pain

By akrammer@1500espn.com

The NFL probably didn’t think pinning the league MVP against a two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback in the annual London spectacle would result in an 0-3 vs. 0-3 matchup.

But the Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers are both winless after three games, due in part to 10 and nine turnovers, respectively.

“We’ve turned […]

Browns vs. Vikings: Full Roster Report Card Grades for Minnesota

By Tim Arcand (Featured Columnist) Adam Bettcher/Getty Images

The Minnesota Vikings again came within a minute of winning a game this week.

This time the Cleveland Browns offense shook off two second-half turnovers and scored with 0:55 remaining—their only points after intermission.

This was supposed to be an easy game for the Vikings. It was […]

Vikings offense moved the chains, but failed to put the game away

By akrammer@1500espn.com

CHICAGO — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson shook his head when asked about his lost fumble after Sunday’s loss to the Chicago Bears.

But Peterson’s disappointment multiplied when the following question inquired into how difficult it is to come away with just six points after your defense creates two turnovers in the […]

Leslie Frazier isn’t thinking about replacing Ponder

Posted by Josh Alper

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Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder’s 2013 season did not get off to a good start as he turned the ball over four time on the way to a 34-24 loss to the Lions last Sunday.

That performance has given fuel to the fire built by those who don’t feel […]

Frazier: Past Road Woes Are Controllable

Photo – Aj Mansour (KFAN)

By: Aj Mansour | KFAN.com @AjKFAN

Minneapolis, MN – Since he took over the reigns as full-time head coach of the Minnesota Vikings in 2011, Leslie Frazier has worked his way towards a measly 5-11 record away from Mall of America Field. The theories surrounding road team’s struggles are […]

After Vikings’ Loss, Frazier’s Message Clear: ‘We Gotta Do Better’

By Cole Premo

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There wasn’t much to feel good about after the Vikings’ season-opening loss at Detroit Sunday and Leslie Frazier’s message Monday couldn’t have been clearer.

“We have some work to do,” Frazier said. “Without question.”

There weren’t a lot of positives to pull out of Sunday’s season opener.

The number […]

First-round pick Sharrif Floyd prepared to contribute on special teams

MANKATO, Minn. — Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd will pay his dues on special teams before fulfilling his perceived destiny as veteran Kevin Williams’ replacement.

As the University of Florida’s premier defensive tackle for the past two years, Floyd didn’t play a big role on the Gators’ special teams, but said he has been […]