Buffalo Bills vs. Minnesota Vikings Recap
October 19, 2014
On October 19th, 2014 the Buffalo Bills hosted the Minnesota Vikings. This game featured highly rated rookie quarterback Teddy Bridewater for the Minnesota Vikings. The Buffalo Bills start Kyle Orton at quarterback. Minnesota has been hurt due to the events dealing with Adrian Peterson. With him in legal trouble he has not been able to find the field. This is another game where the Minnesota Vikings will show signs of missing their best offensive weapon. One the other side of the ball the Buffalo Bills have the number one highly rated receiver coming out of the pas draft in Sammy Watkins. Their only problem is the quarterback play. If Kyle Orton can get Watkins the ball the Bills can win this game.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions Recap
October 12, 2014
The seasons most awaited match between the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit lions took place this Sunday on October 12th 2014 at the TCF Bank Stadium at 10:30 pm. The Vikings being the favorite team suffered a trashing. the score being a mere 3-17 , the Detroit Lions emerged victorious , what an exciting game indeed! There was a little chance for the Vikings with their star player Matt Cassel a dynamic quarterback, but unfortunately he was not good enough for the Detroit Lions who had their quarterback Matthew Stafford who enjoyed two touchdowns that evening, the crowd were entertained indeed.
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Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings Recap
October 2, 2014
Eddie Lacy rushed for 2 touchdowns and Aaron Rodgers tossed 3 more scores as the Green Bay Packers demolished the Minnesota Vikings. Rodgers threw 2 of his touchdowns during the first quarter, despite playing in drizzly conditions early on. Randall Cobb caught the first touchdown, while Jordy Nelson caught the second. The Packers led 14-0 after that quarter. Meanwhile, the Vikings' offense continually stalled throughout the entire half. Christian Ponder even threw a poorly-advised pass that Julius Peppers intercepted and returned for a touchdown during the second quarter. Rodgers added his third touchdown pass of the night afterward, this time to Davante Adams, and the Packers finished the first half up 28-0. Things didn't improve at all for the Vikings during the third quarter; their defense twice failed to stop Lacy from charging into the end zone. Lacy's two touchdown runs increased the Packers' lead to an astounding 42-0 by the end of the third quarter. Finally, after Matt Flynn subbed in for Rodgers at quarterback during the fourth quarter, the Vikings managed to score on a short run by Christian Ponder. They later added a field goal from Blair Walsh before the game concluded.