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d the last couple of days Mike Hughes Jersey , if you’re new Welcome Aboard to the best Vikings blog on the ‘net.Please note rules of the thread and follow them, Gone Fishin’ and I much appreciate it.The last couple of days have been interesting to put it mildly as a Vikings fan with game Sunday and the change of offensive coordinator.I don’t know the right way to say it, but I hope this results in a positive change for the team and particularly the offense which has been anemic for most of the season.While we’re waiting for the next Vikings game to start we’ll continue with our news and links full of beer recommendations, nap strategies, crock pot and smoker recipes. Have another cup of coffee and drop by for some fan wisdom, snark and a virtual donut. With that, let’s do this, beat the Dolphins!Around the DN since our last thread:Chris and Eric have a spot where you can keep up to date on all the Vikings-Dolphins news.The Vikings initial injury report from Chris: David Morgan, Trae Waynes return to practice, unfortunately WR Chad Beebe is still out with a hamstring injury.For our international DN’ers, the Vikings once again have a chance at playing outside of the United States.Eric has a brief look at Vikings-Dolphins history.Chris has the Minnesota Vikings power rankings roundup for week 14, still dropping.David, Drew and Ted host Good Morning Gjallarhorn Ep 039 – In the Raw: Offensive Ineptitude.Finally, Arif and James are onboard with Norse Code Podcast Episode 263: Apologies for the Optimism.Vikings news from other sources:From Vikings.com HC Mike Zimmer says everyone understand the stakes of the next three games in his address to the media from the TCO Performance Center on Wednesday.Notebook: The Vikings offense knows the onus is on them in the final three games.Wobby writes five Vikings-Dolphins storylines to watch.The “Good Morning Football” crew discusses what went wrong for the Minnesota Vikings in 2018, causing offensive coordinator John DeFilippo to lose his job.Courtney Cronin at the ESPN NFC North blog notes the Vikings turn to Kevin Stefanski to prevent a ‘wasted’ season.Matthew Coller at 1500ESPN lists five successful concepts the Vikings may use more often under new OC Kevin Stefanski.League news: From NFL.com the NFL draft is headed to Las Vegas in 2020.Roger Goodell says the league doesn’t pay for video evidence.Raiders owner Mark Davis told reporters Wednesday that the team has “a number of options” for where they will play home games during the 2019 NFL season.The New Orleans Saints released Brandon Marshall after one month. NFC Playoff Picture: Who will end up snagging the No. 6 seed?We come to today’s media selection: Disturbed - The LightAgain, we all know the rules, but in case someone is new:-No discussion of politics or religion-No feeding of the trolls-This isn’t a male version of The View, so leave the gender hatred at the door-Keep the bad language to a minimum (using the spoiler tags, if you must)-Speaking of which, if discussing a newer show or movie, please use spoiler tags-No pictures that could get someone fired or in serious trouble with their employer-If you can’t disagree in a civil manner, feel free to go away-While navigating the open thread, just assume it’s sarcasm.With that, the beer light is on and the bar is open. Belly up & tie one on. Don’t forget to tip your waitress, try the venison chili and as always, Welcome Aboard and Skol Vikings! To get things started at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday afternoon, the Miami Dolphins won the coin toss and chose to defer to the second half, putting the Minnesota Vikings’ offense on the field first. Jason Sanders booted the ball away, and Ameer Abdullah took the ball to the 24-yard line to get things started. Kirk Cousins led the Minnesota offense out onto the field, and the first play saw him hand the ball to Dalvin Cook for a gain of six yards. Cousins then found Cook on a screen pass for a huge gain of 27 yards, and the Vikings were quickly into Miami territory at the 43.Latavius Murray then came in to give Cook a breather Kyle Rudolph Jersey , and picked up six yards on his first carry. Cousins then rolled out to his right and hit Adam Thielen for 16 yards and another first down. However, the Vikings were called for an ineligible man downfield on Pat Elflein to negate it. However, Cook more than made up for it on the next play, as he hit a huge hole and rambled for 26 yards to the Miami 16. After a short run by Murray, Cousins rolled out to his right once again and hit Stefon Diggs for a 13-yard touchdown! Dan Bailey connected on the extra point, and just like that it was 7-0 in favor of the home team.The kickoff from Bailey was fielded by Kenyan Drake, and he could only get the return out to the 18-yard line. Ryan Tannehill led his offense onto the field, and on the first play found rookie tight end Mike Gesicki for a 14-yard gain and a first down. The venerable Frank Gore then got a carry for a short gain, and he was dropped for a loss on second down to bring up 3rd-and-9. Tannehill tried to get the ball to Danny Amendola, but the pass was broken up nicely by Mackensie Alexander and fell incomplete. Matt Haack punted the ball away, and Marcus Sherels got a very nice return to set the Vikings up at their own 40-yard line.Cook got things started on the next drive with a gain of four, and the Dolphins then jumped offsides on the next play to make it 2nd-and-1. Cousins then converted with a sneak to get the ball into Miami territory at the 48. Cook then moved the chains again with a run for 11 yards, and Cousins completed a short pass to Aldrick Robinson for a gain of four. Cousins then found a wide open Tyler Conklin for a gain of 20 down to the Miami 13-yard line. Cook then capped the drive with a 13-yard touchdown sprint around the left end for his first rushing touchdown of the season! Bailey hit the extra point again, and the Vikings extended their lead to 14-0 with six minutes left in the first quarter.Bailey kicked the ball away again, and Drake let the ball go through the end zone for a touchback. Tannehill fired incomplete for Kenny Stills on first down, and Gore was stopped for a short gain on second down to bring up another 3rd-and-9. It appeared that Tannehill found Brice Butler for a huge gain of 23 yards, but the officials ruled that Butler was the first person to touch the ball after going out of bounds, negating the pass and bringing up fourth down. Haack came in to punt again, and Sherels took the return to the Vikings’ 30-yard line.The Vikings got a quick first down on a pass from Cousins to Diggs for 17 yards, and Murray was stopped for no gain on the ensuing first down. Murray then gained six to set up 3rd-and-4, and the Vikings converted with another easy toss from Cousins to Diggs. Cousins then hit Thielen for a gain of 14 and another first down to the Miami 21.Murray picked up four yards on first down, and Cousins tried to hit Kyle Rudolph on second down, but Minkah Fitzpatrick was called for a hold to give the Vikings a fresh set of downs. Murray finished the drive in style on the next play, taking it in from 18 yards out for another Minnesota touchdown! Bailey was good on the extra point again, and the Vikings extended their lead to 21-0.Bailey’s kickoff went for a touchback, and Gore was stopped for a short gain on first down. Gore then took the handoff on second down as well, and plowed through for 11 yards and a first down. The Dolphins finished the quarter with a pitch to Brandon Bolden that looked like it was supposed to be a trick pass play, but Bolden ran it for 12 yards and another first down. As we move to the second quarter, the Dolphins are looking at 1st-and-10 from their own 49-yard line.It’s been all Minnesota through one quarter of play at U.S. Bank Stadium, as the Vikings hold a 21-0 lead over the Dolphins. Can they keep this up for four quarters? Let’s find out!
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