Youth and overconfidence were a catalyst for a handful of defensive blunders that contributed to the Minnesota Vikings' 31-28 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, coach Mike Zimmer said Monday.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 9/13L 43-34
- 9/20L 28-11
- 9/27L 31-30
- 10/4W 31-23
- 10/11L 27-26
- 10/18L 40-23
- 11/1W 28-22
- 11/8W 34-20
- 11/16W 19-13
- 11/22L 31-28
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- 12/6h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/13h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/20h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/25h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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The Vikings announced Monday that they have placed WR Adam Thielen on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Field, Stephania, Daniel and Kyle discuss the latest news around the league, recap Week 11 and preview Monday Night Football.
A three-game stretch against losing teams got off to a rough start for the Vikings, who have little margin for error the rest of the way.
Special teams play and a horrendous defensive outing cost the Vikings a much-needed win in a stretch where there is no room for error.
Thielen is the only player in the last four seasons to have a one-handed receiving touchdown in consecutive games.
Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer
Both Cameron Dantzler and Irv Smith Jr. are ACTIVE for the Dallas game. Vikings have benched long snapper Austin Cutting and Dan Chisena. Newly signed LS Andrew DePaola will start. Full list of inactives: Ezra Cleveland (ankle), DanChisena, Tajae Sharpe, Austin Cutting, Jordan Brailford, Curtis Riley, Dylan Mabin.
The return of Andy Dalton should help Elliott find running room while Kirk Cousins and Co. could be in for a big game against Dallas' pass defense.
Jefferson is standing out among the biggest draft class of receivers ever and making a run at another Vikings' legendary rookie season.
Leaning on the dynamic running back has resurrected the Vikings' season, but preserving him for the final seven games will be a delicate balance.
Cook let everyone in on the joke fed to him by producers of a "Tonight Show" segment. And he doesn't know what that phrase means either.
Two quarterbacks lead the way, and three NFL teams have multiple players in our second edition of 2020 rookie rankings. Here are the top first-years to watch right now.
Three straight games against division foes was going to define the Vikings' direction the rest of the season. A sweep has them eyeing a playoff push.
Dan, Bomani and Israel question if James Harden can get a trade to the Nets and if the Bears’ record is misleading.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel discuss the latest NFL news, recap Monday Night Football and talk the key Week 11 waiver wire adds. Plus, a birthday celebration for Daniel!
Keyshawn Johnson, Chris Canty, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two wondering what is going on with Carson Wentz and the Eagles. Jeff Saturday joins the show to discuss the Bears Vikings
Keyshawn Johnson, Chris Canty, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour one discussing the Bears loss to the Vikings. The Bears looked bad and the offense looked worse. Jeff Dickerson joins to discuss the sad showing. Also, what will happen with the Saints since Drew Brees is out with rib injuries?
At 1-5, the Vikings elected to stay the course with their roster. After three straight victories, Minnesota is turning its season around.
Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer
Vikings inactives: Irv Smith Jr. (groin), Cameron Dantzler (concussion), Tajae Sharpe, Ryan Connelly, Jordan Brailford, James Lynch
Our Crew breakdown the impact of the major injury to Drew Brees, recap of the biggest moments and surprises plus we pick Monday Night Football.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel discuss the latest NFL news, recap Week 10 and talk Matthew and Daniel's Detroit-Washington bet.
Dalvin Cook isn't a quarterback but he has become the face of the franchise. And he'll try to continue his remarkable run, pulling the Vikings right along with him.
Nagy is 4-0 against the Vikings since he took over in 2018 and Kirk Cousins is 0-9 on MNF. Will it be more of the same this time around?
Guard Pat Elflein, who was activated off injured reserve Friday after recovering from a thumb injury, was released on Saturday and now goes on waivers.
|2(26)||Ezra Cleveland||OT||Boise State|
|3(25)||Cameron Dantzler||CB||Mississippi State|
|4(11)||D.J. Wonnum||DE||South Carolina|
|5(31)||K.J. Osborn||WR||Miami (FL)|
|6(24)||Blake Brandel||OT||Oregon State|
|7(11)||Kenny Willekes||DE||Michigan State|
|7(35)||Brian Cole II||S||Mississippi State|