Hi everyone, welcome to the new Vikings stadium, where it's loud and full of energy.
It's enormous. I took a tour and wrote a story about it, so be sure you take a look at that after the game. It's full of amenities, but you better have some money to enjoy them. Seats look like they're close to the field and the video boards are huge. I like that they left the big pivoting doors open.
I actually think they didn't overdo it in purple. The seats, of course, are all purple, but the concourses aren't overdone.
Hard to say, but it's not good. You can't keep having concussions and expect not to be affected. I haven't heard anything about him considering retiring, but if he suffers another concussion this season, he probably should hang it up.
Jackson is still on the practice squad. In fact, the Packers are 52 on the roster. I expect them to re-sign Pressley next week. Not sure why they made the move.
Good question. There are a lot of unknowns. I expect the Vikings to have some new things to show the Packers with Bradford on board. At the same time, I think McCarthy has some things to combat Zimmer's defensive scheme. Should be interesting.
I won't challenge that ruling. Sorry, I had to finish a pre-game story I was working on.
Haven't gone there yet. I'm still on soda.
Feer, I answered your question earlier, just didn't post the question.
It's never 50-50 here. Never has been. Not even close. It seems to be about the same percentage as at the Metrodome, maybe a little more because the capacity is bigger.
Every game stands on its own. That's why the NFL is so unpredictable. Different factors weighed into those two games for the Jags.
They finally changed it, huh? The old was taken years ago. I guess they finally decided to use a new one.
I'm not sure what kind he likes. I think he likes the fast turf and the lack of wind. Makes it a lot easier for him to make some pinpoint throws.
Heck, no. Bridgewater was really coming on in the preseason.
No question. Shariff Floyd isn't playing, but it's still going to be a tough.