Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 015 – Tricycle Gold & Cheese (podcast)

Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 015 – Tricycle Gold & Cheese (podcast)

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Climbing The Pocket
Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 015 – Tricycle Gold & Cheese (podcast)

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Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 015 – Tricycle Gold & Cheese


Good morning everybody! The original morning show is back, and this week we have something special. Ted Glover, @purplebuckeye, has joined Drew & Dave as part of the Good Morning Gjallarhorn crew. …With even more laughs and elite Vikings knowledge. How would you rate this free agent acquisition? This week we talk tricycles, our review of the San Francisco 49ers game and the fact that it is Packers Week. Come and see what the guys say about the Minnesota Vikings first game, the play of the defense, how do Dalvin Cook did in his first full game back from his torn ACL, how Granite Jaw McDreamy, Kirk Cousins, fared in his regular-season debut in purple, along with all those lovely pressures and interceptions. There was an impressive debut by rookie Mike Hughes, and a surprise player coming into play nickel. Join us as the show welcomes its third wheel.


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