Vikings undecided on activating Bradford

Henrietta Brewer
January 13, 2018

Meanwhile, the Saints are one of the hottest teams in the NFL.

Case Keenum took over for Bradford and has been remarkable in leading the Vikings (13-3) to an NFC North title. Every week, the coach gets film from Keenum's previous game sent to him. Metro Transit has challenged the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority to swap social media cover photos to an image of the winner's bus, train vehicle or street auto.

With the powerful Ingram bringing the thunder, and shifty Kamara serving as the lightning, they have combined for 1,552 yards and an astounding 20 touchdowns rushing, plus 1,242 yards and five touchdowns receiving.

"We've got a great group of guys here", he said, "and I think we're all excited to be extending our season". "This game is going to be personal to me", Line told NOLA.

"Some things you don't talk about", Bridgewater said.

The Saints have a short injury report heading into Sunday's divisional round game with the Vikings.

New Orleans finished tied for seventh in the National Football League with 42 total sacks.

For the Vikes to win against the Saints, the defense just has to play as it has all year long.

Thomas excelled with all of those goals in last Sunday's wild card-round win over the Carolina Panthers.

Does the fact that he's not starting this time make this trip to the playoffs feel different?

"I don't know how the Boston Globe would know because I haven't made any decisions yet", Zimmer said.

On the other side, Minnesota quarterback Case Keenum is making his playoff debut after the most improbable National Football League breakout season since Kurt Warner played his way out of a grocery store job. You'd expect that the Vikings, playing for nothing, were in a vanilla gameplan with the thought of just getting out of there healthy.

"I look forward to welcoming the Saints to Minnesota this Sunday".

And he did. But even in a game in which Keenum had his worst passer rating (65.9) of the season, Kingsbury saw the potential. He's allowing Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, and Kyle Rudolph to make plays. On the left side, Reiff is the most technically sound of the three and has the toughness and determination to match up with the best defensive ends for four quarters.

As Kingsbury watches Keenum's film, he reminds himself why he never called screen plays in 2011, when the Cougars ranked among the top 10 teams in the country in third-down conversions (48.4 percent).

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