Vikings vs Cardinals

Vikings vs Cardinals : The Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals have wrapped up the week of preparation for Sunday’s contest in downtown Minneapolis by getting back on the practice field on Friday afternoon and releasing their final injury reports shortly thereafter. Below is the full list for both teams, who have no shortage of banged up players heading into the game this weekend.

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Vikings vs Cardinals Live
Date : Sunday, October 14
Start Time : 1:00 PM ET

Vikings vs Cardinals

the Minnesota Vikings will take the field at U.S. Bank Stadium, as they will play host to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon in Week 6 action. The last time the Vikings played at home, things went

While there has been a lot said leading up to this game, sometimes only one side of the story gets told when fans look to their favorites websites, blogs, and experts for information and analysis on the upcoming contest.

We asked Mr. Allen 5 questions about the game as well as one bonus question, covering everything from predictions, links between the team, and what to watch for. Let’s dive in by hearing about the Cardinals season so far!

If you’re outside of the Twin Cities area, you can see if you are in the primary coverage area thanks to this map from 506 Sports. The Vikings/Cardinals game will be the primary game in the area shown in green.

For our friends in the UK, this game will not be shown on any of the usual outlets that broadcast NFL football over there. (This week is actually the start of the International Series games in London, so I guess that makes sense.) Kickoff time for those in the UK that can watch on NFL Game Pass is 6:00 PM UK time.

For our men and women in uniform overseas. . .well, once again, you’re out of luck. The American Forces Network has once again decided that the Vikings are not only not worthy of being shown live, they’re not even worthy of a replay sometime later on Sunday or on Monday. Sorry, folks.
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According to Football Zebras, the officiating crew for this contest will be led by Jerome Boger. The last time that Boger officiated a game involving the Vikings was almost exactly a year ago, as he was the head referee for the Vikings’ 20-17 victory over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Monday Night Football.

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