Shop for Minnesota Vikings gear at Fanatics.com

Video: CBS Sports Vikings at Falcons Preview

This Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings will take on the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. Who has the advantage in this matchup? Join Jason Horowitz and NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan as they go inside the numbers to preview this game.


Enjoyed this post?
Subscribe to Vikings Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates from us!

Submit to Digg  Stumble This Story  Share on Twitter  Post on Facebook  Post on MySpace  Add to del.icio.us  Bark It Up  Submit to Reddit  Fave on Technorati

3 Responses to “Video: CBS Sports Vikings at Falcons Preview”

  1. This will be a very interesting game. Christian Ponder has a good potential as a quarterback.
    And now he is the player with the best performance at Vikings.
    Let’s give him a chance Sunday with Atlanta Falcons.
    A victory will bring up some light for Minnesota Vikings in this end of the season.

  2. Lost Viking says:

    Handle agrees with you on this one….

    Minnesota +9½ over ATLANTA

    The Falcon lack football’s killer instinct. Until they acquire it, we’re not anxious to be spotting prohibitive points with them. Obviously, Viking aren’t the same with Adrian Peterson on the shelf but as we observed when they lost him last week, Minnesota won’t roll over.

    Play: Minnesota +9½

  3. Lost Viking says:

    And here’s the bonus picks including riveting Collapse for Kalil contest at Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS +3½ over Carolina

    Panther came out of the gates guns a blazin’. Now they appear to be shooting blanks. Their neophyte offense is making too many mistakes while the defense is giving up chunks every week and it’s not getting better. Cam Newton nailed it. This team has put on a clinic for “how to lose.” Every week we tune into the Panther game and think, “hey, these guys are going to win this thing.” But then they don’t. Meanwhile John Fox is off winning a division with a team almost as bad as this one. Good times. Good times. Colt are unsightly but are offered home points from a weak opponent, after a bye week.

    Play: Indianapolis +3½

    Chicago +5 over Oakland

    Jay Cutler or Jay Leno, Bear are the better team here and taking any points offered is a gift. Chicago has won five straight and with Matt Forte leading the way against Raider 25th ranked run defense, a sixth straight win would not surprise. Oakland remains beat up at all sorts of positions and the team continues to take costly penalties. Bear QB Caleb Hanie has been in the organization for four years. He’s familiar with the offense and when combined with Chicago’s defense and special teams play, he can lead his team to a win here. Yes, the loss of Cutler is a significant one but teams often rise to the occasion in times of adversity and you can expect da Bear to dig down deep in support of their fill-in QB.

    Play: Chicago +5

Leave a Reply