Minnesota Vikings

  • Passing Yards
    183.0 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    138.2 RYPG
  • Yards Per Game
    321.2 YPG
  • Thursday Open Thread: August 25, 2016
    Daily Norseman

    Thursday Open Thread: August 25, 2016

    Happy Thirsty Thorsday to you all! Around the DN since our last open thread: Vikings news from other sources: News from around the league: From NFL.com, the Patriots traded their center, Bryan Stork, to the Washington Redskins. The owner of the Giants is defending their decision to re-sign Josh Brown, who was arrested last year for domestic violence. The charges were dropped within days, but the NFL suspended him for one game. Twins update: We come to today's media selection. Here's one you may not have heard yet. Again, we all know the rules, but in case someone is new: -No discussion of politics or religion -No feeding of the trolls -Keep the bad language to a minimum (using the spoiler tags,

  • The Cheat Sheet

    The Best and Worst NFL Teams of 2016

    Rest easy, National Football League fans. The 2016 NFL Draft came and went, and training camp is in session. The reality of the situation in Cleveland is that the Browns have holes all over their roster — despite having 14 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft — and they are still a long ways away from being competitive in the AFC North.

  • NFL Notes: Chargers withdraw offer to 1st-round pick Joey Bosa
    CSN Philly

    NFL Notes: Chargers withdraw offer to 1st-round pick Joey Bosa

    SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Chargers have withdrawn their contract offer to first-round draft pick Joey Bosa and will restructure a new deal that takes into account his absence from the team. The Chargers' statement Wednesday said they believe "Joey will be unable to contribute for the full 16-game season without the adequate time on the practice field, in the classroom, and in preseason games." They characterized their previous offers to the Ohio state defensive end as fair and structurally consistent with the contracts of every other Chargers player." Bosa is the only first-rounder who has not signed with his team. Negotiations stalled over when Bosa's $17 million bonus would be distributed