The Living in Loserville Podcast: The Purple People Eaters Edition Returns to Talk Minnesota Vikings Football! The show begins Recapping a Vikings loss to the Green Bay Packers in a very Winnable game! Plus, Preview & Predictions for the Minnesota Vikings vs. Oakland Raiders this Sunday! Topics For Discussion: Offense-Cook’s Big Day! -Cousins better than folks think considering being down 21-0 then very bad late in the fourth quarter. -O-Line Great Rush Blocking Poor Pass Blocking! Defense: Started Really Bad but Improved Hafter 1st quarter. -Bad Against the Run! -Harrison Smith Shines! -Vikings Too Many Mistakes Overall & Special Teams Woes. What’s up with a few of those calls by the Refs & the NFL Review on Diggs TD! We close the show with a Minnesota Gophers Football Segment Reviewing another comeback capped by a Tyler Johnson TD-Catch to beat Georgia Southern!
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