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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by mansquatch » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:25 am

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An average difference of 62 yards from scrimmage a game actually seems pretty substantial.
This isn't really a good comparison. The Saints rely much more on their backs in the passing game than the Vikings do. If one wants to round that out, add the two starting WR and TE numbers. My suspicion is the MN players will have superior stats as we have a better perimeter game and YAC game than the Saints with those positions. It is no secret that the biggest threat on the NO offense is Kamara.

IMO a more interesting topic is the Saints Defense vs. our Offense only because there are bigger question marks there. Are they going to be able to upset Keenum? Can they contain our power running game? Are they going to get us to give up the ball where so many other have not?

What about intangibles like playoff experience? I actually think this might be an issue for the Vikings. This is their second playoff game in the Zimmer era. Are some of these guys going to have jitters?
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Post by fiestavike » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:51 am

I haven't commented all year and haven't followed the season too closely but I have to drop in and ask...

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fiestavike wrote:I haven't commented all year and haven't followed the season too closely but I have to drop in and ask...

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

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808vikingsfan wrote:Forgot how bad the officiating was in 2009.
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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by S197 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:04 pm

dead_poet wrote: Doubtful
Agreed. Speaking of which, how cold is it in there with the doors closed this time of year? I've been to the stadium twice but both times it was in September.

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by Raptorman » Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:39 pm

mansquatch wrote: This isn't really a good comparison. The Saints rely much more on their backs in the passing game than the Vikings do. If one wants to round that out, add the two starting WR and TE numbers. My suspicion is the MN players will have superior stats as we have a better perimeter game and YAC game than the Saints with those positions. It is no secret that the biggest threat on the NO offense is Kamara.

IMO a more interesting topic is the Saints Defense vs. our Offense only because there are bigger question marks there. Are they going to be able to upset Keenum? Can they contain our power running game? Are they going to get us to give up the ball where so many other have not?

What about intangibles like playoff experience? I actually think this might be an issue for the Vikings. This is their second playoff game in the Zimmer era. Are some of these guys going to have jitters?
Yes they do. And relying on those backs in the passing game may be their down fall.

Two players make up most of their offense. Kamara and Ingrahm. Stop them and you stop the Saints. So the question becomes can we stop those two from running and limit them in the passing game? That's the real story.

Yards from scrimmage.

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Mark Ingram	   1540
Alvin Kamara	  1554
Michael Thomas	1245
Ted Ginn	       826
Brandon Coleman	364
Coby Fleener	   295
Vikings are more balanced on offense.

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Adam Thielen	    1287
Jerick McKinnon	  991
Latavius Murray	  945
Stefon Diggs	     862
Kyle Rudolph	     532
Laquon Treadwell	 200
Jarius Wright	    198
BTW, the Saints haven't been to the playoffs since 2013. Vikings 2015. So they have what? One game more of playoff experience? Last week?
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Post by J. Kapp 11 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:44 pm

mosscarter wrote:They will murder us it won't even be close.
Yeah, we know. You created a whole thread about it. Boo freakin' hoo.
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Post by J. Kapp 11 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:50 pm

I'm glad Pete Morelli isn't the referee this game.

However, we're getting Gene "Index Card" Steratore, complete with all his theatrics and "I want some face time" antics.

If anything puts this game in jeopardy for the Vikings, it's this slightly unhinged zebra.

That said, we win by double digits.
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Post by VikingLord » Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:03 pm

J. Kapp 11 wrote: Yeah, we know. You created a whole thread about it. Boo freakin' hoo.
The truly funny part of mosscarter's post is that, if he truly believes what he's saying, then the Saints can't possibly murder the Vikes on Sunday. For the loss to be appropriately devastating, the Saints will have to win by having an otherwise errant Drew Brees hail mary deflect off Andrew Sendejo before bouncing off the crossbar, then off the head of a ref before finally settling into the arms of Brees himself as he runs downfield and falls into the endzone while tripping on Harrison Smith, who is laying on the ground after being lasered by said Andrew Sendejo who missed the tackle on the ref.

An outright Saints murdering of the Vikings just wouldn't hold anywhere near true to form if that's what he's really afraid of.

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PurpleMustReign wrote:I smell a troll among us.

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The fact that the other thread has more replies than this one shows that we have fallen into his trap!

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by 808vikingsfan » Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:45 pm

Before Wildcard weekend, the Rams were the media darlings of the NFC.

Now it's the Saints turn.

Been trying to overload on all the sports shows the past couple of days and I've come to the conclusion the Vikings are still under the radar. Yes there are a couple of websites choosing the Vikings to make it to the SB but as far as all the talking heads on TV, all I'm hearing is how much better Brees is over Keenum. I mean there's no way Keenum has a chance against a HOF QB right? Last I checked, football is a team sport. I've yet to hear one show analyze the Vikings D vs the Saints O and vise versa. Here's an example. Better QB? Saints. Better running attack? Saints. Better receivers(includes RBs)? Saints. Better Defense? Vikings. Better coach? Saints. Winner: Saints!
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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by Purple Domination » Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:48 pm

J. Kapp 11 wrote:However, we're getting Gene "Index Card" Steratore, complete with all his theatrics and "I want some face time" antics.

If anything puts this game in jeopardy for the Vikings, it's this slightly unhinged zebra.
His antics don’t come immediately to mind. Is there a specific instance or two that were particularly memorable?

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

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Purple Domination wrote: His antics don’t come immediately to mind. Is there a specific instance or two that were particularly memorable?
Pretty much that entire Dallas-Oakland game.

He's known throughout the league to be pretty dramatic for the cameras. Even Mike Piererra has said so on air. Not that he's a bad ref, but pretty dramatic.
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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by Ohjay » Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:08 am

S197 wrote:Agreed. Speaking of which, how cold is it in there with the doors closed this time of year? I've been to the stadium twice but both times it was in September.
I've been to a game where it was low 20's outside and it was still a comfortable high 60's, low 70's inside with doors closed.
I remember going to a game when the doors were open and it was quite cold outside, perhaps low 40s. I think the inside temps were around mid 50's then.

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by Boon » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:14 am

https://youtu.be/0DA9Ll-K3_A

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by mansquatch » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:23 am

808vikingsfan wrote:Before Wildcard weekend, the Rams were the media darlings of the NFC.

Now it's the Saints turn.

Been trying to overload on all the sports shows the past couple of days and I've come to the conclusion the Vikings are still under the radar. Yes there are a couple of websites choosing the Vikings to make it to the SB but as far as all the talking heads on TV, all I'm hearing is how much better Brees is over Keenum. I mean there's no way Keenum has a chance against a HOF QB right? Last I checked, football is a team sport. I've yet to hear one show analyze the Vikings D vs the Saints O and vise versa. Here's an example. Better QB? Saints. Better running attack? Saints. Better receivers(includes RBs)? Saints. Better Defense? Vikings. Better coach? Saints. Winner: Saints!
It has been the same story all season. We might have broken through the media blinders if we had beaten Carolina and captured the #1 seed with a 14-2 record, but otherwise it is the same old "cult of the QB" crap. It is the same reason everyone said GB was the best team in the NFC at the start of the season. Its is the same reason we all get annoyed at all the fawning over Rogers and the Packers every season.

After the Saints game last week, the Fox crew (Long, Bradshaw, etc.) were talking about how the Vikings Defense would be a far more challenging unit for the Saints to face than the Panthers. They made it obvious that they felt the Vikings were a superior defense.

Bottom line, we are not getting respect because the media thought process is basically QB >>>>>>>>>>>> Everything else. Our team has turned that idea on it's head, but until we win a Lombardi trophy they won't notice. Heck even if we do win it, there will still probably be some who talk about it as a fluke. All because our QB is named Case Keenum.

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by Pondering Her Percy » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:34 am

mansquatch wrote: It has been the same story all season. We might have broken through the media blinders if we had beaten Carolina and captured the #1 seed with a 14-2 record, but otherwise it is the same old "cult of the QB" crap. It is the same reason everyone said GB was the best team in the NFC at the start of the season. Its is the same reason we all get annoyed at all the fawning over Rogers and the Packers every season.

After the Saints game last week, the Fox crew (Long, Bradshaw, etc.) were talking about how the Vikings Defense would be a far more challenging unit for the Saints to face than the Panthers. They made it obvious that they felt the Vikings were a superior defense.

Bottom line, we are not getting respect because the media thought process is basically QB >>>>>>>>>>>> Everything else. Our team has turned that idea on it's head, but until we win a Lombardi trophy they won't notice. Heck even if we do win it, there will still probably be some who talk about it as a fluke. All because our QB is named Case Keenum.

Enjoy their group thing and learn from it. But don't let it get you down.
Well said brother! It is very annoying. The sad thing is, dont be surprised that if we win the Super Bowl, the Packers are still picked to win the NFC North going into next year. All because of Aaron Rodgers. What these analysts dont realize, we've proved that we can beat Aaron Rodgers. More than once. And this team is currently the best it has been since Zimmer has gotten here. It bothers me that nobody shows us much love but I'm use to it and I enjoy being the underdog.

Two guys that do love us though..... Peter Schraeger of Good Morning Football and Bucky Brooks from Move The Sticks. I still say that Bucky Brooks and Daniel Jeremiah are the two smartest minds out there. Especially when it comes to the draft. They were both former scouts for quite some time and know their sh##. And week after week, Bucky Brooks picks us to win. Just watched their clip regarding this upcoming game and he said we would win and then get to the Super Bowl. I trust him more than I do some of these other clowns. I always have.
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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by 5thWave » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:44 am

I find this strange:
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q ... zZdixZzZui

The Minnesota Vikings might have a decision to make with their backup quarterback on Sunday in the divisional round of the playoffs, but head coach Mike Zimmer says he thinks he knows who it will be.

As for the public knowing, “you’ll have to wait until Sunday,” Zimmer said.

After leading the Vikings to a 13-3 regular season, Case Keenum, who went 11-3 as the starter, should be the starter, but Zimmer’s backup decision will come down to Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford – both of them starters in the previous two years – for the backup spot.
Bridgewater was activated to the 53-man roster for the first time since the 2015 season on Nov. 8, when he was deemed recovered enough from his dislocated knee (August 2016) and subsequent surgery. Bridgewater returned to the active roster on Nov. 8, 2017, the same day that the Vikings placed Bradford on injured reserve after his knee wasn’t responding to treatment. A cleanup surgery on Bradford’s knee performed in early November was considered the “last resort,” the quarterback said.

But last week Bradford started practicing for the first time since October and was encouraged by how his knee felt. He hasn’t been activated to the 53-man roster yet, but the Vikings will have to make a decision on his status next week (or before) if they advance to the conference championship.

“He had two days of practice and he got about one third of the reps; we’ll just take our time and see how he goes,” Zimmer said.

Bradford started the regular-season opener against the New Orleans Saints, the same team the Vikings face Sunday in the divisional round of the playoffs, and threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns in a 29-19 win.

Since then, however, his knee acted up and it’s been Case Keenum for all but a half game.

Keenum has had two 300-yard games, but in the last three games has thrown for 236, 139 and 189 yards. Zimmer would like to see a more explosive offense on Sunday.

“I think we were efficient offensively in the last three games. I don’t think we were exactly explosive, so hopefully we can be a little more explosive,” Zimmer said. “It may be one of those kind of games. I think for the most part we did a decent job on third downs, we ran the ball efficiently. We had a high percentage of completions, but you want to get some big plays in there and we really didn’t generate big plays, I guess, in the last three games.”

I assumed that Bridgewater was the back-up QB for the rest of the year, but Zimmer's emphasis on "explosiveness", or the lack thereof, leaves it wide open apparently.

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Post by DViking32 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:45 am

I am so tired of all the talking heads, most of which have never played a down of football, saying this is Keenum against Brees. It is not. It is Brees against the #1 defense in the NFL and Keenum against what, the #15???? Stop with the history about Brees, please. He is a stat whore that if he was so great would have won more playoff games. This season Keenum is actually playing right with him, if not better. :wallbang:

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by DViking32 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:00 am

mansquatch wrote: This isn't really a good comparison. The Saints rely much more on their backs in the passing game than the Vikings do. If one wants to round that out, add the two starting WR and TE numbers. My suspicion is the MN players will have superior stats as we have a better perimeter game and YAC game than the Saints with those positions. It is no secret that the biggest threat on the NO offense is Kamara.

IMO a more interesting topic is the Saints Defense vs. our Offense only because there are bigger question marks there. Are they going to be able to upset Keenum? Can they contain our power running game? Are they going to get us to give up the ball where so many other have not?

What about intangibles like playoff experience? I actually think this might be an issue for the Vikings. This is their second playoff game in the Zimmer era. Are some of these guys going to have jitters?
I would love to see a stat of the New Orleans yards after first contact. I have watched a bunch of their games and they have so much after contact yards from bad tackling on the other team. One thing I can say about the Vikings is they don't miss many tackles and that is why they have shut people down this year.

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Re: Divisional Round: Vikings vs Saints Pre-Game Discussion

Post by mansquatch » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:09 pm

DViking32 wrote: I would love to see a stat of the New Orleans yards after first contact. I have watched a bunch of their games and they have so much after contact yards from bad tackling on the other team. One thing I can say about the Vikings is they don't miss many tackles and that is why they have shut people down this year.
Excellent observation. That is the key to stopping guys like Kamara. It is worth noting that the main reason the Panthers D failed last week wasn't because of Kamara, but because their Secondary couldn't cover. I like our LBs vs. Kamara, they've proven they can keep guys like him in check this season. They shut down Freeman and Gurley. So if we can stop him, does that means people then think that our secondary is going to have trouble covering the NO WR corps? I mean is that seriously a thing? We shut down Julio Jones. Rhodes made just about every guy he played this year look pedestrian. Now suddenly Michael Thomas is going to blow up on him for 100 yards and 2 TD? It is just asinine. The idea that the Saints Offense is going to jsut blow up on us is far from pre-ordained.

This then begs the question. If they don't blow up, why do we think the Saints D can keep them in the game against our Offense? I don't see the merit there either.

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Post by 808vikingsfan » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:22 pm

DViking32 wrote:I would love to see a stat of the New Orleans yards after first contact. I have watched a bunch of their games and they have so much after contact yards from bad tackling on the other team. One thing I can say about the Vikings is they don't miss many tackles and that is why they have shut people down this year.
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Post by dead_poet » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:02 pm

Has this hype video been posted yet? Holy crap it's well done. Goosebumps.

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No injury report yet?
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Post by dead_poet » Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:06 pm

808vikingsfan wrote:No injury report yet?
Just posted in the other thread.

All Vikings practicing.

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Post by 808vikingsfan » Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:20 pm

dead_poet wrote: Just posted in the other thread.

All Vikings practicing.

(not sure if anyone limited)
Just saw that. Thanks. Great news!

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Post by PurpleMustReign » Wed Jan 10, 2018 4:19 pm

How is the even possible? That's insane!

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