One of the most impressive things about the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium was how it looked on television. It looked, for the most part, like the Vikings and San Diego Chargers were playing outdoors. That’s not easy to pull off in an enclosed stadium
The Chicago Bears are less than two weeks away from their regular season opener. Usually that’s an exciting prospect, but with the way these Bears have played in August it’s more of an anxiety-inducing idea than anything. Chicago desperately needs to add more depth and talent at several key positions if they’re going to finish anywhere but last in the NFC North this season.
The Arizona Cardinals like the construction of their offensive line, even if they have not put together the most solid work in the preseason. While the entirety of the offense has looked off, the offensive line, specifically the center position has looked like a position that could be upgraded for this season. Enter the Minnesota Vikings, who look like they are ready to move on from their former starting center after Sullivan was a healthy scratch for the entirety of the Vikings third preseason game against the San Diego Chargers. The question becomes would he be a player that could outplay A.Q. Shipley and keep Evan Boehm on the bench? The reality is unlikely that the Arizona Cardinals would