If the Vikings use Remmers at right tackle, he'll have a chance against Jordan because of his size and power. If the Vikings choose to keep Remmers at guard as he was in Week 17, then Hill will see Jordan the most.
While the Vikings' defense is No. 2 on third-and-long, Minnesota's offense is far less effective when put in a bind.
Remmers didn't tip his hand when asked where he would line up Sunday. "I'm just going out there and playing football".
Is Pat Shurmur The Next HC Of Arizona? "I'm just anxious about what we do". I know I'm gonna play.
"They got a few new faces on the defensive side". And the Saints are prepared if Minnesota decides to alter its approach with Rhodes for this game.
"He's a really good player", Remmers said.
That's what got him here in the first place.
The dome is comfy, warm, plays fast, and it's loud.
"We would like to invite you, one of the biggest fans, to attend our playoff game on Sunday, Jan. 14", the letter read, according to the Star Tribune.
"It's going to be a really good challenge for us", Remmers said. She said she was looking forward to sharing the experience with her.
There were seven quarterback hits and two sacks when these teams met in the Vikings' 29-19 season-opening win at home. And the season could very well end in Minnesota too.
A fight started by Landrieu, who said he was enlisting king cake maker Manny Randazzo to get in on the bet.
Sunday's total is set at 46.5 points.
Turns out, Keenum and Brees, each less than an inch above or below being six-feet tall, think they have a lot in common and the result is one of mutual admiration. Knowing that we can flip the field on the punt team and help the defense out any way we can, that's what we try to do. The Vikings have been one of the top teams in the NFC and have been carried by their defense all year. He caught 23 passes in the regular season. That said, the Saints are 13-5 against the spread in their last 18 road games, are 8-1 against the number in their last nine road games versus a team with a winning home record and are 4-1 at the betting window in their last five games played in January.
While those of us on the outside spend a fair amount of time pontificating about those things, Bridgewater continues to go about his business, with what seems to be a genuine appreciation for the daily grind that might have otherwise been lost to him.
Shirtless at his locker following Friday's practice, Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon let everyone know that he has a bone to pick. "He's one of the best I've ever been around at knowing when his pocket's collapsing, somebody's coming free and getting at him, and he makes a play at the right time".