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MINNEAPOLIS -- A few thoughts after Thursday night's 36-17 Tampa Bay victory at the Metrodome: What it means: The Vikings are 5-3 at their season's midpoint. It's better than what many thought they would do, but their second-half schedule is far more di…Share Tweet
Bucs rip Vikes, end road losing streakCNNSI.com Oct 25, 2012Rookie Doug Martin picked a good time to have his best game. The running back accounted for 214 yards and two touchdowns in the Buccaneers' 36-17 victory over the Vikings.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 25, 2012The Buccaneers have scored 10 points on Minnesota turnovers. And the Bucs lead by 10 points at halftime of Thursday night’s game against the Vikings. Quarterback Josh Freeman has thrown a pair of touchdown passes. His numbers otherwise aren’t stelShare Tweet
Vikings wake up after spotting Bucs 13profootballtalk.com Oct 25, 2012It looked like it was going to be a long night for the Vikings. The offense was sluggish. The defense was porous. The natives, who witnessed only one win in 2011 before seeing perfection to date in the Metrodome, were getting restless. But now the VShare TweetBuccaneers defensive end Da’Quan Bowers made it through pregame warmups unscathed and is now active and ready to go for tonight’s game against the Vikings. Bowers, who was brought up to the 53-man roster from the physically unable to perform list thisShare Tweet
Vikings-Bucs: Trying 'Countdown Live'MINNEAPOLIS -- There were no surprises Thursday evening as both the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers revealed their list of inactive players for this game. The only interesting roster maneuver, in fact, was the Bucs' decision to activate defen…Share TweetJoin our ESPN.com NFL experts as they break down the NFC match up between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Minnesota Vikings. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 8:30 p.m. ET. See you there. Countdown Live: Bucs-VikingsShare TweetMINNEAPOLIS -- Greetings from the Metrodome, where the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will match up in, oh, about 2 1/2 hours. While we wait, let's catch up on some practice news from around the NFC North: Chicago Bears: The Bears are pretty…Share Tweet
NBA Preseason: Timberwolves 95 — Pistons 76timberpups.com Oct 25, 20121974 called and they apparently wanted their NBA League Pass back. There is very little in the world that annoys me more than clearing my calendar for something/anything and then having said event blow up in my face. This is exactly what happened forShare TweetThree nuggets of knowledge about an early installment of Week 8: Home advantage: These Thursday night turnarounds are tough for both teams, but recent history suggests the Minnesota Vikings will get a big boost by playing this game at the Metrodome. Alr…Share Tweet
Ball Don’t Lie’s 2012-13 NBA Season Previews: The Minnesota Timberwolvesyahoo.com Oct 25, 2012For the first time in two years we'll have an orthodox, full-length NBA season to look forward to. No lockout nonsense, and precious little obsession as to whether or not LeBron James will ever win the big one. He's won it, already, and our sanity as NB…Share Tweetnydailynews.com Oct 25, 2012The new Super Bowl video comes out every spring, and somehow each year the Cowboys are not in it. Once Jerry Jones ran through all the players Jimmy Johnson accumulated for him with clever drafts and the greatest trade in NFL history when he unloaded He…Share Tweet
Jared Allen gets bloody noseOct 25Tampa Bay Buccaneers tackle Donald Penn bloodies Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen during a fight after a play stops.
Tools for victory: Youth emulate Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin's playOct 25A few football youngsters join the "NFL Thursday Night Kickoff" crew to demonstrate how the Minnesota Vikings use the wide receiver Percy Harvin, presented by Craftsman.
Is Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder a playoff-caliber QB?Oct 25Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder has gotten his team off to a good start, but is the sophomore signal-caller a playoff-caliber quarterback?
Inside the Huddle with John ClaytonOct 25John Clayton reviews some surprising performances, burgeoning talent and come backs in Adrian Peterson, Randall Cobb, Antonio Brown and Chris Johnson.