The Green Bay Packers will go on the road on Sunday to face the Minnesota Vikings in a huge game which could have serious Playoff implications for the Packers. The game will start at 1 p.m. ET and takes place from the TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This was supposed to be the year many fantasy football enthusiasts had been waiting for. After spending his first four seasons with the Houston Texans in the shadow of Arian Foster, former second-round draft pick, running back Ben Tate,...Show More Summary
In the midst of a major investigation into accusations of child abuse, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says his departure from the team could be best for him and the organization, the Associated Press reports.
.@BuffaloBills- We're thinking about you. Good news- Detroit's a great host. pic.twitter.com/YDazCd1BTz — Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) November 21, 2014 The Vikings know a little something about playing a home game in Detroit thanks to snow. In 2010 the team did precisely the same thing after the Metrodome roof collapsed due to a snowstorm. Snow solidarity is a good thing.
Speaking with USA Today Sports on Thursday, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson addressed his child abuse case, which was settled with a plea deal earlier this month. "I won't ever use a switch again," Peterson said. "No one knows how I felt when I turned my child around after spanking him and seeing what I had left on his leg. Show More Summary
Depth in the Minnesota Vikings backfield has taken a hit as running back Matt Asiata will probably miss Sunday's game vs. the Green Bay Packers with a concussion. Master Tesfatsion of the Star-Tribune has the news: With Adrian Peterson on the NFL's exempt list, the Vikes turned to Asiata and Jerick McKinnon to help shoulder the load in his absence. Show More Summary
Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson, suspended for the rest of the 2014 season after he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor reckless assault, has reversed his position on using a switch to discipline children. On Thursday, Peterson told USA Today, "I won't ever use a switch again. Show More Summary
Adrian Peterson would love to have a face-to-face conversation with Roger Goodell, the man who on Tuesday suspended him without pay for at least the rest of this NFL season two weeks after the Minnesota Vikings running back's no-contest plea to a misdemeanor reckless assault charge.
Who would pick against Aaron Rodgers right now? After two straight games of scoring over 50 points, the Green Bay Packers possess the league's highest-scoring offense. Their Week 12 opponents, the Minnesota Vikings, will have to getShow More Summary
Scrap the records. Even with the Green Bay Packers’ (7-3) obvious superiority to the Minnesota Vikings (4-6), games played within the division are never a gimmie, especially those on the road. The previously winless Raiders’ 24-20 victory over the streaking Chiefs on Thursday Night Football proved that. Green Bay enters Sunday’s 1:00 p.m. Show More Summary
In a 90-minute conversation with USA Today, the All-Pro explained numerous details regarding his legal issues, fatherhood and his NFL future. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson spoke with Tom Pelissero of USA Today in a wide-ranging interview regarding his Sept. Show More Summary
Running back Ben Tate’s arrival in Minnesota was precipitated by a couple of weeks of discussion about Tate’s role in the Cleveland offense. Tate signed with the Browns as a free agent during the offseason with the expectation that he’d be the starting running back after several years as the No. 2 man in Houston.…
Adrian Peterson, the embattled Minnesota Vikings running back who was suspended for child abuse, is fuming mad at comparisons that he is in any way the same as Ray Rice. Rice, a former Baltimore Ravens star, is now more widely known for knocking out his then-girlfriend, now-wife Janay Rice. Show More Summary
If running back Adrian Peterson had been able to return to the Vikings this year, he would have had an opportunity to determine whether he and his family would be able to stay in Minnesota for the rest of his career in light of the events that derailed Peterson’s 2014 season. As it stands, he…
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has remained largely quiet about the child abuse scandal involving him and his four-year-old son. After NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Peterson for the remainder of the 2014 NFL...Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers come to Minnesota this week to take on the Vikings looking a little bit like Mike Tyson in his prime. They're not just beating people; they're destroying them. And they're doing it very quickly. Over their last five wins the Packers have outscored their opponents 138-12. Show More Summary
Jerick McKinnon is holding onto the top running back job in Minnesota (at least for now), Peyton Manning could be without two of his top targets this weekend and NFL viewership is apparently resistant to blowouts. The Minnesota Vikings...Show More Summary
A couple teams added new running backs this week, as the Minnesota Vikings claimed Ben Tate on waivers, and the New England Patriots signed LeGarrette Blount. How will Tate's presence impact Jerick McKinnon's fantasy value in Minnesota?...Show More Summary
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- It's become apparent during his second season with the Minnesota Vikings that Cordarrelle Patterson still has plenty to learn about the finer points of playing receiver. That learning process has limited his involvement...Show More Summary
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson had his suspension upheld by the NFL until at least the conclusion of the 2014 season. However, Peterson opted to appeal his suspension on Thursday. Chris Mortensen of ESPN provided theShow More Summary