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  1. Week #1: Baker Mayfield (321) Week #2: Dak Prescott (237) Week #3: Derek Carr (386) Week #4: Kyler Murray (268) Week #5: Matt Stafford (365) Week #6: Aaron Rodgers (195) Week #7: Matt Ryan
  2. Week #1: New England (259) Week #2: Cleveland (302) Week #3: Carolina (191) Week #4: New Orleans (485) Week #5: Tampa Bay (301) Week #6: Pittsburg (309) Week #7: Green Bay
  3. Denver @ Cleveland - 6Washington @ Green Bay - 10Kansas City @ Tennessee - 3Atlanta @ Miami - 2New York Jets @ New England - 8Carolina @ New York Giants - 4Cincinnati @ Baltimore - 9Philadelphia @ Las Vegas - 1Detroit @ Los Angeles Rams - 13Houston @ Arizona - 11Chicago @ Tampa Bay - 12Indianapolis @ San Francisco - 7New Orleans @ Seattle - 5
  4. Week #1: James Robinson (25) Week #2: Derrick Henry (182) Week #3: Austin Ekeler (55) Week #4: Devin Singletary (79) Week #5: Ezekiel Elliott (110) Week #6: Najee Harris (81) Week #7: Alvin Kamara
  5. Maybe . . . Derrick Brown and DaQuan Jones aren't exactly Shemar Stephens-esque, more like K-Will level DTs. So, Udoh had some issues today, but he also opened a big hole with O-Neill for Cook's TD. I'm glad they have the depth . . . regardless of whether Davis overtakes Udoh on the depth chart this year.
  6. I just read the injury isn't thought to be too serious . . . it was downgraded to cramps? Not sure if that's journalistic freedom, but I didn't get to see the play. Was it bad?
  7. First and foremost -- The Vikings Won! I thought the offense's play calling and execution was outstanding today. Coming into the game, Carolina was giving up 190-ish yds/game passing and less than 100 rushing . . . allowing under 18 pts a game. Basically, they WERE the #2 defense in the league . . . before the game. The Vike's O did have an extra drive adding 75 yards in OT, but 496 in regulation is kickin'. So, for all the Cousins' haters and Kubiak bashers, for this week, you get to stew;) Or, shake your head, smile a bit, and like the rest of us, pray it continues. The one glar
  8. What a finish!!!! This one feels good! The D played OUTSTANDING for 3 1/2 quarters, but special teams? Dang, what this team is capable of if all three parts play 95+% effective.
  9. E-V-E-R-Y point counts . . . Dang the missed opportunities today. Let's finish this!
  10. We are so fortunate to be Vikings fans . . . Our hearts should be so strong to never suffer a heart attack, lol.
  11. I'm thinking every OG lined up against that beast has a bad day . . . Just minimize as much as possible.
  12. I totally agree with trying the two 2-pt conversions, put hurts leaving points on the field. Now if the D quits giving 1st downs on penalties, the Vike can keep the lead. Gonna be a tough 4th quarter.
  13. Week #1: James Robinson (25) Week #2: Derrick Henry (182) Week #3: Austin Ekeler (55) Week #4: Devin Singletary (79) Week #5: Ezekiel Elliott (110) Week #6: Najee Harris
  14. I've never really dug into the DVOA analytics, my old brain is getting wore out on math. The defense is doing three things right: 1. Sacks/pressuring QBs 2. Making stops on 3rd Down 3. Getting some turnovers What the D is not doing is forcing long 3rd downs early in opponent's drives. The D is not stopping 10-yd+ runs. These two things need to change. Pass D has been ok, if you're looking at numbers alone, but Baker Mayfield should have made 6 or 7 throws and Russell Wilson a couple that would've resulted in big plays for their teams. So, pass D-wise, the Vikes
  15. Week #1: New England (259) Week #2: Cleveland (302) Week #3: Carolina (191) Week #4: New Orleans (485) Week #5: Tampa Bay (301) Week #6: Pittsburg
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