MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Emanuel Reynoso scored two goals in the first 20 minutes, the 25-year old’s first multi-goal game in MLS, and Minnesota United beat the LA Galaxy 3-0 on Saturday night. Reynoso rolled a left-footer from 25 yards out inside the post in the fourth minute and then blasted another from just outside the area that deflected off goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann’s … [Read more...] about Emanuel Reynoso Scores 2 As Minnesota United Beat Galaxy 3-0
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If you’re one of the 20,000-some people who went to the Cincinnati Bengals game in person and want a refund, I don’t blame you. Good luck getting your money back, although Delta was offering north of $1,000 on a debit card, a free night’s stay at a local hotel, and a first-class flight out the day after the game if you chose to take a later flight out. The 50-seater heading … [Read more...] about The Vikings Get A Second Chance To Make A First Impression
For the last half decade, the Minnesota Vikings have had two dominant starting wide receivers. Whether it’s been a combination of Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs or Thielen and Justin Jefferson, Minnesota quarterbacks have had the luxury of two Pro Bowl-caliber weapons on the outside. However, a reliable No. 3 receiver has been hard to come by. While the top receiving options … [Read more...] about K.J. Osborn Saw Minnesota’s Open WR3 Spot and Took It
Locks NCAA Football (0.5 Unit) Coastal Carolina/Buffalo Over 58 (-110): 11:00 AM CT on ESPN2 Coastal Carolina appears to be doing everything possible to pad its resume with plenty of style points, and now takes its high-octane attack on the road against another strong offense in Buffalo. It’s yet to be determined whether the Chanticleers offensive effectiveness can be … [Read more...] about Tiny Nick’s Gambling Picks: 9/18
After a nail-biter of a Week 1 game against the Cleveland Browns, the Kansas City Chiefs are looking ahead to a Sunday night matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. The Chiefs’ defense was without Tyrann Mathieu, Frank Clark, and Willie Gay in Week 1, but now they will get Mathieu, and potentially Clark, back this week. The key to a Week 2 win will be the play of the Chiefs’ … [Read more...] about Kansas City’s Defense Should Run Wild Against the Ravens
It’s easy to write off the 2021 Minnesota Vikings after one week. Not only did they lose to the Cincinnati Bengals 27-24 in overtime, but their Week 2 opponent, the Arizona Cardinals, dismantled the Tennessee Titans 38-13. Arizona’s third-year quarterback, Kyler Murray, threw four touchdown passes and ran another one in. Edge rusher Chandler Jones embarrassed Pro Bowl left … [Read more...] about Will Cleaning Up Mistakes Be Enough Against the Cardinals?
Why don’t you take a minute and Google the NFC North standings? You’ll see the Minnesota Vikings on top and the Green Bay Packers at the bottom. Because the Vikings have not lost to an NFC team and have the lowest point differential (-3), they hold the title even though they are 0-1. C’mon, who’s to say the Vikings aren’t the best team in the NFC North? Because right now, they … [Read more...] about What If the Vikings Are Actually the Best Team In the North?
This Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs travel to Baltimore to face off against another AFC contender. The game will bring another round of “Can Lamar Jackson finally beat Patrick Mahomes?” storylines. However, those headlines have become misleading and unfair to Jackson, mostly because the Baltimore Ravens’ coaching staff has routinely put their team in tough-to-win situations … [Read more...] about Will the Ravens Finally Adjust Their Approach To Defending Mahomes?
After losing in Week 1, there isn’t much optimism for the Minnesota Vikings. Losing to the Cincinnati Bengals has cast a shadow over a season that was supposed to feature a return to the playoffs. Instead, the Vikings look a lot like they did last season. With an offensive line that hasn’t been fixed and a conservative approach in the passing game, it’s easy to see this team … [Read more...] about The Vikings Can Draw Inspiration From the 2020 Colts