Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 025 – Vikings Finding Rhythm

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Good Morning Gjallarhorn Episode 025 – Vikings Finding Rhythm

 

Good morning Horners! Dave here, and Drew, Ted and I got together to look at the win over the Arizona Cardinals one last time, and ahead to the trip to play the New York Jets. Did you know that we have only played the Jets 10 times in Vikings history, and only won twice? That seems remarkable. Never in New York/New Jersey. Wow!  There’s some trivia for you.

 

Ted gives us his impression of the squad last week, what he liked and what worried him a bit, but his overall happiness of the win. He goes onto discuss the gameplan and what the team needs to do coming ahead in the next 3 game stretch, and the 3 games after that. That results in the Reverend Drew’s sermon on how you “Gotta Have Faith.” Preach it, Drew!

 

Drew gets into his numbers. My favorite being that the Vikings are number 1 in 3rd down defense. Yeah, baby! We talk about the possible causes for ACL injury increases, as we lament Mike Hughes’ rookie season coming to an end. Is it the 27 yard line?

 

We break down the Jets, talking offense versus defense, and vice versa. Overall though, it was fun and there were lots of laughs, some colorful descriptions, Drew singing and some good football talk headed your way.

 

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As always, enjoy the watch!

 

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