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    Week 14: Minnesota Vikings vs Seattle Seahawks 12/10/18 8:15 PM ET


    Week Fourteen

    VS

    Location: CenturyLink Field, Seattle
    Monday, December 10 at 8:15 PM ET on ESPN



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    Can we flex this game to a 12noon Sunday game lol. Our backs are against the wall and the urgency to win must be there. Seattle has played surprisingly well. Again this team is beatable if we play the way I know we can so let's get our **** together and win this game.

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    2019 Vikings Draft :
    Round 1: Garrett Bradbury C N.C. State
    Round 2: Irv Smith TE Alabama
    Round 3: Alex Mattison RB Boise State
    Round 4: Dru Samia G Oklahoma
    Round 5: Cameron Smith LB USC
    Round 6: Armon Watts DT Arkansas
    Round 6: Marcus Epps S Wyoming
    Round 6: Oli Udoh OT Elon
    Round 7: Kris Boyd CB Texas
    Round 7: Dillon Mitchell WR Oregon
    Round 7: Olabisi Johnson WR Colorado State
    Round 7: Austin Cutting LS Air Force


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    Biggest game of the year, and its winnable. Cook is the key. I hope they figure out how to use him because they haven't yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carter80 View Post
    Biggest game of the year, and its winnable. Cook is the key. I hope they figure out how to use him because they haven't yet.

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    I want Cook to have a minimum of 20-25 touches this game. It's obvious that letting Kirk pass the ball 40+ times a game does not work.

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    This is basically a must win. Needed to split NE/Sea otherwise our playoff hopes take a big hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacofunk64 View Post
    I want Cook to have a minimum of 20-25 touches this game. It's obvious that letting Kirk pass the ball 40+ times a game does not work.
    We are going to be hard to beat if he gets the ball 25 times. Too bad zimmer doesnt realize that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carter80 View Post
    Biggest game of the year, and its winnable. Cook is the key. I hope they figure out how to use him because they haven't yet.

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    Did we just witness you being positive by saying this game is winnable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Swayze View Post
    Did we just witness you being positive by saying this game is winnable?
    I had to go back and see what I said but yes we can win this one.

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    We NEED to pound Cook. Run the damn ball. Cousins is one of the best play action quarterbacks out there, but he hasn't really had the chance to do that. If we can run and do play action, the Seahawks will be in for a looong night.

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    Oh, and we need Vikings4lifebro, he is why we aren't winning consistently. He always gets us jacked up in here.

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    When this season began, who would have thought this game, at this stage of the season, would be a virtual must win for the Vikings but not for the Seahawks? We can't drop to 6-6-1 and think a WC is logical at this point. Not that we couldn't win the last 3 and get a spot at 9-6-1, but that's counting on beating the Dolphins, Lions, and Bears in 3 straight when we haven't had 3 straight good games in a row all season.
    gotta love 'referential' treatment

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    Quote Originally Posted by nessythegreat View Post
    Oh, and we need Vikings4lifebro, he is why we aren't winning consistently. He always gets us jacked up in here.
    Iíve been wondering where he went

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiteWolf View Post
    When this season began, who would have thought this game, at this stage of the season, would be a virtual must win for the Vikings but not for the Seahawks? We can't drop to 6-6-1 and think a WC is logical at this point. Not that we couldn't win the last 3 and get a spot at 9-6-1, but that's counting on beating the Dolphins, Lions, and Bears in 3 straight when we haven't had 3 straight good games in a row all season.
    We won 3 in a row against Philly, Arizona, and the Jets
    2019 Vikings Draft :
    Round 1: Garrett Bradbury C N.C. State
    Round 2: Irv Smith TE Alabama
    Round 3: Alex Mattison RB Boise State
    Round 4: Dru Samia G Oklahoma
    Round 5: Cameron Smith LB USC
    Round 6: Armon Watts DT Arkansas
    Round 6: Marcus Epps S Wyoming
    Round 6: Oli Udoh OT Elon
    Round 7: Kris Boyd CB Texas
    Round 7: Dillon Mitchell WR Oregon
    Round 7: Olabisi Johnson WR Colorado State
    Round 7: Austin Cutting LS Air Force


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    For those who think we aren't getting Cook the ball enough:

    2019 Vikings Draft :
    Round 1: Garrett Bradbury C N.C. State
    Round 2: Irv Smith TE Alabama
    Round 3: Alex Mattison RB Boise State
    Round 4: Dru Samia G Oklahoma
    Round 5: Cameron Smith LB USC
    Round 6: Armon Watts DT Arkansas
    Round 6: Marcus Epps S Wyoming
    Round 6: Oli Udoh OT Elon
    Round 7: Kris Boyd CB Texas
    Round 7: Dillon Mitchell WR Oregon
    Round 7: Olabisi Johnson WR Colorado State
    Round 7: Austin Cutting LS Air Force


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