Minnesota Vikings Headlines

  • Nick Foles should scare the Patriots, and the Eagles, in the Super Bowl

    Nick Foles has repeatedly shown his highs can outmatch even elite quarterbacks. But his lows can sink to depths such top-tier quarterbacks can't even fathom.

    Washington Post
  • Mike Zimmer Talks Futures of Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater, Sam Bradford

    With quarterbacks Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford all set to hit free agency during the offseason, Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer addressed their respective futures with the team Tuesday. According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Zimmer did not commit to Keenum being the Vikes' starting quarterback next season. Zimmer also was noncommittal about the possibility of Bridgewater's rookie contract rolling over to the 2018 campaign, per Tomasson. Regarding...

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  • Vikings Face Unprecedented QB Conundrum with Keenum, Bradford and Bridgewater

    The Minnesota Vikings came into Sunday's NFC Championship Game at Lincoln Financial Field with dreams of becoming the first team in NFL history to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium. They left it with that dream in shambles after being shelled 38-7 by the Philadelphia Eagles.  It was an ignominious end to what had been Minnesota's best season in almost a decade. However, the Vikings aren't going to have much time to lick their wounds. As they head into the offseason, they do so facing an...

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  • Hurting Vikings still processing what went wrong in Philly

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - The lilt in Case Keenum's voice was missing as he spoke about the end of the Minnesota Vikings' season in a softer-than-usual tone. His eyes misted over, Keenum carefully maintained enough composure to keep his voice from cracking. There was no hiding the hurt from ...

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  • Vikings Joseph, Rudolph, Harrison Smith going to Pro Bowl

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Linval Joseph, tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety Harrison Smith are going to the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl. The Vikings said Monday that Joseph will replace Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox. Rudolph will replace Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham, ...

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  • Fans Behaving Badly: Pats, Eagles bring out worst in fans

    Binge drinking for hours in stadium parking lots, a few Philly fans flexed their beer muscles with throws that were as on point as Nick Foles connecting with his Eagles receivers. Sure, the Minnesota Vikings fans who walked through hostile enemy territory that would set the stage...

    ABC News
  • Fans Behaving Badly: Pats, Eagles bring out worst in fans

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Binge drinking for hours in stadium parking lots, a few Philly fans flexed their beer muscles with throws that were as on point as Nick Foles connecting with his Eagles receivers. Sure, the Minnesota Vikings fans who walked through hostile enemy territory that would set the stage ...

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  • Teddy Bridgewater on Being a Starting QB in 2018: 'Definitely. No Question.'

    Teddy Bridgewater expects to be a starting quarterback somewhere next season. When asked Monday if he sees himself as a starter in 2018, the Minnesota Vikings player responded, "Definitely. No question," per Dane Mizutani of the Pioneer Press. Bridgewater is set to enter free agency this offseason but hasn't started a game in two years while recovering from a knee injury he suffered prior to the 2016 campaign. The 25-year-old returned to practice in Week 10 and finally saw game action during a...

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  • Giants hire Vikings OC Shurmur as head coach

    The New York Giants hired Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur as the 18th head coach in Giants history on Monday afternoon. The New York Giants hired Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur as the 18th head coach in Giants his

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  • How do the Redskins differ from this year’s Super Bowl teams? Let us count the ways.

    Philadelphia’s offseason moves appear to position Eagles for long-term success. The Redskins, meantime, face questions at key spots.

    Washington Post
  • Adam Thielen's Back Injury Diagnosed as Fractures; He Was in 'Incredible Pain'

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen reportedly played the team's NFC Championship Game loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday with "slight fractures" in his back. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network passed along word of the injury Monday, noting Thielen, who was on the field for all but one snap, was in "incredible pain."  Thielen caught three passes for 28 yards as the Vikings' passing game struggled to get going against the Eagles defense. Case Keenum threw for 271 yards on 48 passes and...

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  • Keenum, Bridgewater: Unsure if Vikes want us

    Quarterbacks Case Keenum and Teddy Bridgewater both admitted Monday that they are uncertain whether the Vikings want them to return in 2018.

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  • Eagles fan Towns not worried about backlash

    Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns says he isn't concerned about the criticism he's received for calling himself a "born and bred" Eagles fan in a series of tweets Sunday after Philadelphia's victory over the Vikings in the NFC Championship Game.

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  • NFL: Top 10 plays from Super Bowl qualifiers – video

    The New England Patriots left it late as they rallied past the Jacksonville Jaguars in a 24-20 comeback victory. The quarterback Tom Brady’s throw to the wide receiver Danny Amendola clinches No 1 in the top 10 plays of the weekend. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles stormed past the Minnesota Vikings in a 7-38 victory. The Patriots and the Eagles will go head-to-head at Super Bowl LII on 4 February Continue reading...

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  • On Pro Football: Eagles March Past Vikings to Super Bowl, Just as They Predicted

    In a scenario that seemed far-fetched to anyone but the Eagles’ players, Philadelphia rode a huge game by Nick Foles to an appearance in Super Bowl XLII.

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  • Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate after team's win

    Thousands of Philadelphia Eagles fans have taken to the streets to celebrate following their team's 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC championship game. The Eagles will be playing in their first Super Bowl since they lost to this year's AFC champions the New England Patriots in...

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  • Foles, Eagles Fly Into Super Bowl, Rout Vikings 38-7

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Hey Philly, maybe it's time to forget Carson Wentz. Nick Foles might be good enough to win the Eagles their first Super Bowl.

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  • Philadelphia Beats Minnesota 38-7 For NFC Championship: Will Meet New England In Super Bowl

    Next stop, the Super Bowl! The Philadelphia Eagles met the Minnesota Vikings for the NFC Championship, and in the end, it was the Eagles who tasted victory!

    Hollywood Life
  • Eagles set up Super Bowl date with Patriots after crushing Vikings

    Minnesota Vikings 7-38 Philadelphia Eagles: as it happenedPhilly back in title decider for first time since 2004 seasonNick Foles throws three touchdowns in superb performanceMaybe it’s time for Philly to forget Carson Wentz. Nick Foles may well be good enough to win the Eagles their first Super Bowl. Foles was on fire on Sunday night against the stingiest scoring defense in the NFL. Philly made big play after big play on both sides of the ball in a stunning 38-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings...

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  • Philadelphia Eagles Demolish Minnesota Vikings 38-7 In NFC Championship

    Quarterback Nick Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to their second Super Bowl appearance tonight, steering a dominating offensive performance to shock the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 in the NFC Championship. Foles threw for more than 350 yards and three touchdowns, carving up the Vikings by using seven different receivers. He ended the game by completing 15 straight passes. Minnesota entered the game with the league’s top-rated defense, finishing the regular season allowing…

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  • N.F.C. Championship Game: Eagles vs. Vikings Live Updates

    The Vikings are trying to become the first team in N.F.L. history to play the Super Bowl at home. But to get there, they’ll need to beat the Eagles in Philadelphia.

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  • WATCH: Unruly Eagles Fans Throw Bottles and Beer Cans at Vikings Fans

    The Philadelphia Eagles are infamous for having some of the most unruly fans in the NFL, and that perception was done no favors, today, when Eagles fans were caught on video taunting and flipping off Vikings fans and, even worse, throwing beer bottles and cans at them as they walked by.

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  • USWNT midfielder Julie Ertz had an emotional reaction after learning her husband was going to the Super Bowl

    ESPN Julie Ertz plays midfield for the USWNT and is married to Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz. With both the Eagles and USWNT playing on Sunday, Julie Ertz had to wait until after her match ended before she knew the outcome of the Eagles game, and had an emotional reaction upon learning her husband was going to the Super Bowl. After a reporter showed Zach Ertz his wife's reaction on the sideline, he broke down a bit in the Eagles locker room as well. Zach and Julie Ertz are a true...

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  • Nick Foles was literally perfect in the second half of the Eagles' rout of the Vikings

    Abbie Parr/Getty Images Nick Foles played a virtually flawless game to help the Philadelphia Eagles defeat the Minnesota Vikings and earn a trip to Super Bowl LII. Foles was literally perfect in the second half, completing 11-of-11 passes and joining Joe Montana on as the only other player to complete 75% of his passes in consecutive postseason games. If Foles can pull off one more performance like the one he showed on Sunday, the Eagles might have a shot at taking down the Patriots to win...

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