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Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 024 – In The Raw – Vikes Got The “W”
Good morning Horners! Dave here, and Drew and I come at you after the game where the Minnesota Vikings got the win over the Arizona Cardinals. It is always nice to get a fresh game reaction and after this victory, and this is no different. We had an outstanding day from Adam Thielen [the best wide receiver in the league in 2018], Danielle Hunter with his two sacks, Latavius Murray having a career day and helping generate an actual running game, and then there was Anthony Harris and George Iloka combining in a fine effort in replacement Andrew Sendejo. Oh, and Dan Bailey made every kick. “How ‘bout that?!”
We did spot some things for improvement, like the need to get over the Mike Zimmer lack of a control or domination late in the game. We are curious about how you think on that point. We lamented losing the young star in the making Mike Hughes to a popped ACL. Then, ask about the offensive line. Ugh! Do we have to live with that all season?
Overall though, it was fun and there were lots of laughs, some colorful descriptions, and some good football talk headed your way.
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