Minnesota Vikings Chat’s take on the first 2010 regular season matchup of the Vikings vs. the Detroit Lions at Mall of America Field at the Metrodome.
Check out this Google Insights for Search chart comparing the volume of people searching for Brett Favre versus those searching for Lions quarterbacks Mattew Stafford, Shaun Hill and Drew Stanton.
Minnesota Vikings Chat runs down the strengths and weaknesses of this week’s opponent, the Detroit Lions.
The Lions like to use Jahvid Best on the screen play: Video footage of Best taking it 75 yards to the house on a screen play against the Eagles.
It looks like rookie cornerback Chris Cook could be good to go for Sunday. If he is, he’ll face a tough challenge for his first-ever regular season NFL game because it’s likely the 6’2″, 212 lbs. Cook will be matched up against the Lions’ monster receiver, Calvin Johnson, who stands 6’5″ and weighs 236 lbs.
Video highlights of the Detroit Lions against Week 1 opponent, the Chicago Bears, and Week 2 opponent, the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Vikings didn’t get Vincent Jackson but neither did anyone else and it wasn’t for a lack of trying.
The Dolphins, of course, are the team that popularized the Wildcat formation.
That was what Adrian Peterson called it when Patrick Willis blew through him on his way to sacking Brett Favre at Candlestick Park: Out Tempoed.