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Tennessee Titans at Minnesota Vikings: ALL THE COVERAGE~!

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

We’re getting closer to the time where we get to see whether or not the Minnesota Vikings can salvage their 2020 season, as they prepare to face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon at U.S. Bank Stadium. We’ve got all of the ways that you can watch and/or listen to the action right here in one place, so let’s get you that information, shall we?

Hall of fame receiver James Lofton believes Vikings can overcome loss of Stefon Diggs

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

Diggs is) a guy who’s a little bit over six-feet, 190, 195 pounds but he plays like a bully when he’s crossing the middle because he’s going to come up with the ball,’’ said Lofton, who starred in the NFL from 1978-93, including a 1978-86 stint with Green Bay. He’s going to fight for it and he’s going to be in position to win nine times out of 10, so that’s missed. But you can develop that in some of the younger players (the Vikings have).

Titans at Vikings preview: Minnesota tries to avoid first 0-3 start since 2013

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

TITANS (2-0) AT VIKINGS (0-2) Kickoff: Noon Sunday Where: U.S. Bank Stadium TV: WCCO-Channel 4; Andrew Catalon, A.J. Ross, James Lofton Radio: KFXN-FM 100.3; Paul Allen, Pete Bercich, Greg Coleman Referee: Clete Blakeman Series: Vikings lead 9-4 Line: Titans by 2½ The Vikings hope to avoid starting 0-3 for just the sixth time in team history, and first since 2013. They lost their first two games by an average margin of 13 points, falling 43-34 at home to Green Bay and 28-11 at Indianapolis.

Minnesota Vikings News and Links: September 26th, 2020

Saturday, September 26th, 2020

I’ll be complaining about Coral in the comments today and will provide you with the contact information of the people at SB Nation and Vox who are foisting Coral on us. If you decide to contact them, remember they are people, point out the failings of Coral and how it relates to the Norseman. Meanwhile we’ll carry on with our news and links open thread full of crockpot recipes, nap strategies and beer recommendations; drop by for some fan wisdom, snark and it’s the weekend, time to light the smo...

Vikings’ defense will be without two top cornerbacks vs. Titans

Friday, September 25th, 2020

The Vikings' struggling defense will be turning over parts of the depth chart again Sunday against the Titans. Three cornerbacks are on the Vikings' final injury report, which ruled out Mike Hughes (neck) and Cameron Dantzler (rib) and listed Kris Boyd (hamstring) as questionable to play against Tennessee. This comes as coach Mike Zimmer also has to replace linebacker Anthony Barr, who announced Friday he underwent successful surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle suffered against the Colts.

Vikings’ Tajae Sharpe excited about facing former Titans teammates

Friday, September 25th, 2020

The last time the Vikings faced Tennessee, Titans wide receiver Tajae Sharpe put on a good show. In his first NFL game, the rookie caught seven passes for 76 yards on Sept. Four years later, Sharpe will face the Titans as a member of the Vikings.

Filtered by the Fan: Can Kendricks Repeat Big Day Against Titans

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Lindsey Young EAGAN, Minn. Vikings fans are expecting big things from linebacker Eric Kendricks on Sunday. Kendricks earned the most votes in our "Filtered by the Fan" Twitter poll, which this week asked which Vikings defensive player will have "the biggest game" against the Titans.

Vikings offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak talks about the struggles in the passing game

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Do you think the Minnesota Vikings' passing game will improve?

Yannick Ngakoue promises Vikings ‘will turn things around for the city of Minneapolis’

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Yannick Ngakoue thinks the Minnesota Vikings will turn things around.

Titans at Vikings: Keys to victory for Week 3

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Fare better against the run and on third down In Week 2, the Jaguars ran wild against a porous Titans defense, racking up 165 yards on 6.1 yards per carry. In Week 3, Minnesota’s Dalvin Cook will represent the best running back the Titans have faced through the first three weeks. Still, the Vikings’ offense is in utter shambles, and Cook’s production has been mediocre as a result.