How To Watch Vikings vs Cardinals NFL Week 11
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A month ago, the Minnesota Vikings were viewed as the team to beat in the NFC. Fast forward to today, and people are wondering if they’ll earn a playoff berth. That’s the reality for the Vikings, who have lost four straight going into their game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, KPTV-12 (Fox), DirecTV
The Minnesota Vikings are bound to recover from their 4 game losing streak, right? Well, at least that is what fans of the team are hoping, especially considering the Vikings have lost their hold on the NFC North and are now outside the playoff picture.
But there is time to bounce back. However, for it to start this week, Minnesota will need to get the best of a very interesting and tough Arizona Cardinals football team in week 11. Arizona has a strong run game combined with a sneaky passing game which could give the Vikings defense fits.
ABOUT THE CARDINALS (4-4-1): David Johnson was limited to 55 yards on 19 carries last week but gained 46 on five receptions to become the first player since Indianapolis’ Edgerrin James in 2005 to record 100 yards from scrimmage in each of his team’s first nine games. The product of Northern Iowa ranks second in the league with 1,213 scrimmage yards and is one of three players in NFL history (Gale Sayers and Abner Haynes) to record 15 rushing touchdowns, five receiving scores and a kickoff-return TD in his first two seasons. Carson Palmer, who has eclipsed 300 passing yards in three straight contests, has thrown for seven touchdowns with just one interception in four career games against Minnesota.
ABOUT THE VIKINGS (5-4): Sam Bradford has excelled at home this season, throwing six touchdown passes without an interception while posting a 111.3 rating in four games. The Vikings changed kickers this week, releasing Blair Walsh and signing Kai Forbath, who split last season between Washington and New Orleans. Stefon Diggs had 13 receptions for 164 yards against the Redskins after making 13 catches for 80 yards versus Detroit in Week 9, becoming the