As of today, here is the latest in what promises to be a frantic few days in the NFL. Will Donovan McNabb end up on the Minnesota Vikings? Who is going where? Will Brett Favre come back…again? Will the Chicago Bears get a wide receiver? This Sportsbank posts the basics so you can be the king of your water cooler. So let the free agent frenzy begin. Here is the latest from … [Read more...] about NFL Trade Rumors-Free Agent Signings: McNabb Holmes and More
The 2011 Minnesota Vikings Starting Quarterback is…
There isn't really a sense in denying the fact that the 2010 NFL season has been an apocolypse for the Minnesota Vikings. After being mere seconds away from a game winning field goal attempt in the NFC Championship Game last January, the downward spiral of the team has been swift and painful. The explanation for the demise is so multi-faceted that it would be more productive … [Read more...] about The 2011 Minnesota Vikings Starting Quarterback is…
Analyzing More Quarterback Options for the Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf obviously has his hands full with the situation concerning Mall of America Field. It is not too early, however, to start analyze possibilities at the quarterback position. We started this exploratory process over a month ago, and you can read our preliminary findings here. Now, with more evidence coming to light, we continue our potential … [Read more...] about Analyzing More Quarterback Options for the Minnesota Vikings
Bigger Champions of 2010 Futility: Redskins or Vikings?
Daniel Snyder and Zygi Wilf must be two of the most disgruntled men in the NFL right now. The former is the owner of the Washington Redskins while the latter possesses the Minnesota Vikings. It must be a little rougher for Wilf at this juncture considering that he is losing massive amounts of revenue from relocating home dates to less lucrative options. This is in addition … [Read more...] about Bigger Champions of 2010 Futility: Redskins or Vikings?
Stafford Thrusts New Life Into Detroit
Calvin Johnson caught three touchdown passes for the first time in his young but illustrious career. He was close to having four, but Matthew Stafford was intercepted in the corner of the end zone during the first half going for broke. Calvin Johnson plays the wide receiver position with reckless abandon, much like Adrian Peterson does at running back. It is simply a matter of … [Read more...] about Stafford Thrusts New Life Into Detroit